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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 110 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23,1990



Vigil protests dangers women face at night-


By ELIZABETH CLARKE president of Campus National Organizationof Students Unite! Take Back the Night! is up on women at night.
Alligator Writer Women,which organized Students Unite! a traditional demonstration that has been a Only 23 percent of rapes are by strangers,
Take back the Night! part of the feminist movement since the Maynard said. The rest are committed by
Restaking women's claim to walk freelyat "That requires freedom to be out as lateas 1960s, said Campus NOW secretary Erica friends, relatives and acquaintance.
night, hundreds of students marched we want, wear what we want and be as Merchant,a student at Sante Fe Community SG President-elect Michael Browne
across campus Thursday to hold a candle- friendly as we want in any situation," legg- College. Women's organizations periodi- called for improved campus lighting and
light vigil at the Plaza of the Americas. ette said. cally have held the event to remind people rape education in fraternity houses, dormi-
Speakers representing six campus and After a one-hour march through campus, that rapes continue to occur. tories and in Preview programs for incom-
local groups called for students to"take back the crowd had dwindled to about 100 pro- "Rape and sex are taboos in our culture," ing students."If .
the night," charging that women never will testers who lit candles on the covered side- Merchant said. "It's easier to blame the there is a rape on campus during my
be free until they can walk alone at night walk in front of Library West, shielding victim than recognize the problem, and term then I have failed miserably," Browne
without fear."Women themselves from rain. that's why it persists." said.
need to be able to stand up for One woman lit three candles for the Wendy Maynard, president of Campus Representives from the Coalition Against
their birth right to be U.S. citizens, and that two times she'd been raped and for the fear Organized Against Rape,warned that not all Bigotry, the NAACP, the Panhellenic Coun-
requires freedom," said Joyce Leggette, that she'd be raped once again. rapists are imposing strangers who creep cil also made pleas to end rape.



Schroeder I Group envisions heavenly housing I I


to examinefamily's By BLAKE FONTENAY
Alligator Writer

Imagine living in a place free of aA
role pollution, noise and stress. A place
rounded by parks,fountains and ,.
scenery. A place where people are
relaxed,happy and tuned to their
U.S. militaryBy ment that their productivity at school
work reaches optimal levels.
Now imagine that place within
USE FISHER ing distance of Gainesville.
Alligator Writer Sound too'good to be true? Not

Although political science junior Laura Pit- ing to Curtis McDonald, the vice
kin was planning to attend Mardi Gras in New dent of a California developing firm
Orleans this weekend, she said the chance to wants to bring "Heaven on Earth" to
meet Congresswoman Patricia Schroeder, D- achua County.
Colo.,this Sunday took priority. McDonald was in town Thursday,
"She's a champion of women's rights and Ing to find local developers who would
inspirational in the steps taken on that issue," willing to help his firm, the
Pitkin said. really wanted to be able to meet Heaven on Earth Development
her. build a Utopian community on the
Schroeder will lecture on the "Challengesin skirts of Gainesville.
America's Future" at University Audito- "Cities have developed in ways
rium Sunday night at 8. She is expected to weren't foreseen,"McDonald told
discuss the changing role of the family in the ers and curious realtors at a news
21st century and how the U.S. military will be ence. "Quality of life is of
affected by events in eastern Europe ,and concern.""
South Africa. McDonald said his Malibu-based and'v
Jennifer Williams, Reitz Union Program ness, which subscribes to the
Council's News and Views Committee chair- of Indian guru Maharishi Mahesh
woman, said she didn't think Mardi Gras wants to design a community that
would have any effect on the lecture's atten- be "in harmony with the natural law."
dance."We're. Each of the 100 to 200 homes in 4
dealing with two completely differ- development would use"non-toxic" M
ent audiences," Williams said. "I don't think ing materials,make optimal use of AI
you'll just see 100 people there. air flow and sunlight and be KEVIN WISNIEWSK1 ALLIGATOR
Maharishi Heaven on Earth
skeptics of the
to
McDonald hopes persuade
Accent Chairman Rich Brilliant said he insulated so heat and -
conferences, such as this one
them through news
thought the free lecture would draw at least would be unnecessary, McDonald by educating
400 people. The Auditorium seats about 900. The 250-acre community, which at University Centre Hotel in Gainesville.
Schroeder was rated as one of the six most be completed within four years, $110,000 and top-of-the-line models wouldbe
respected women in America in a 1988 Gallup also have a special school, health long-term goal is to rebuild the "as expensive as you go,"according to
festival hall and vegetable garden, ," McDonald said. "We hope that McDonald.And .
poll.Schroeder's status as a political star' in onald said. Gasoline-powered cars kind of developing will become the each home would be equipped witha
liberal, feminist circles led her to consider a not be allowed into the community, ," computer, allowing residents to shop
1988 presidential campaign,but in September guards,would be employed to keep why, one reporter asked, are they and work often without having to com-
1987 she announced she would not run. inals out; McDonald said. Gainesville? mute into town, McDonald said.
"When I heard the audience groan,I beganto The firm would like to build McDonald
did encounter some skepti-
found Florida to be very recep!
," Schroeder said in an October inter- communities in 50 cities, including
cry one-hour confer-
his
McDonald cism during news
this of concept,
to
view."I knew there that I had underestimatedhow Angeles, San Diego, Denver, Austin type '
much I wanted to pursue the presidency., Washington, D.C., McDonald said. "Gainesville is" a very cosmopolitan, ence.
I went on with my speech, but I'm sorry to Ideally, McDonald said, people community. "I can't imagine anyone's ability to sell
say it was my tears, not my words, that got move out of those metropolitan areas students might find Heaven on non-air-conditioned homes in Gainessee -
the headlines." into their communities-and then to be a bit out of their price range: Heaven, page 4
cities could be converted into parks homes" are expected to sell for
see Schroeder, page 5

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Senate dominated by.. whites in wake of election I


By DEBBIE CENZIPER they had to run with Today," Medvinskysaid. In the Senate, but it has nothing to do with Married housing Sen. Frank Taylor, an
and ANTHONY LEDERMAN race relations,"Sweet said. "It has to do with independent, also said racism abounds in
Alligator Writers "Vision stands for all students," he said. culture the Greeks just stick together." the Senate.
"We truly want as many different students Independent Sen. Nelson Miranda, a
About 40 new student senators were from as many different cultures to come Hispanic student, said there are at least "Racism Is shown in the Vision party
sworn into office Tuesday night,making the work for us." three Hispanic senators holding seats in itself,"Taylor said. The Senate is all white,
80-member group predominantly white. Former Sen. Raymond Sweet, one of the Senate. UF has 2,094 Hispanic students. and they all look like fraternity and sorority
The new addition to the Senate com- only black members of the Senate last se- "Discrimination is definitely in the Sen- types."
prised of 32 Vision members, four Today mester, said Vision did not pursue black ate," Miranda said. "I don't know if they
members, four independents and one writein students, and he doesn't want to return to intend to exclude minorities or if it just Taylor said the Senate is mainly com-
contains no blacks and few Hispanics. Senate until somebody new gets in. works out like that. prised of middle or upper class students,
Vision's Vice Chairman Larry Medvinksy "Someone who isn't on a leash"" Sweet But newly elected Senate President An- and these Senators cannot fairly represent
I said his party pursued minority students, said. "Everyone is on a leash. From the drew Meyer said he is drafting a letter to all 34,000 students.
but no black students applied to run. The Senate president to the president pro tempore student organizations urging black studentsto "Whether they know it or not, they dis-
Today party, which was called the minority on down the line." apply for positions in SG. There is one criminate," Taylor said. They only know
party represented by a Hispanic, black and Sweet said the Greeks gained control available Senate seat, and the new SG lead- their own culture.
woman ticket, attracted the minority vote, because too few independents voted. He ers need to fill 15 cabinet director seats.
Medvinksy said. said he feels the Greeks stick together and "SG is a representative of all students "(Senate) can be sympathetic," he said.
"It was hard to attract minority students now the black students are out of SG. Meyer said. "We need to make sure that all "But they're looking down their noses at
because, in a sense, they almost felt like "It's believable that there's nobody black minority concerns are fairly addressed. minorities and poor people."


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CHRISTY HARRIS
and NICOLE SNEED
Alligator Writers

About 30 concerned architecture stu-
dents met Thursday and decided they
want student representation at faculty
meetings and bi-monthly open forums to
j improve communication between stu-
dents and faculty.

., The meeting comes after students ex-
,I '- pressed interest in being involved in the
current evaluation of architecture depart-
..
,
"
ment chairman Robert Segrest.
1
141a The students decided to circulate a
survey that would ask architecture stu-
dents if they support having an elected,
non-voting student representative from
each department attend respective de-
partment-faculty meetings. The survey
also will ask if students support a bimonthly -
open forum with required fac-
Uplifting experienceUF KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR ulty and administrator participation.
Architecture student and for-
graduate
junior Ed Valley gets in a little windsurfing at Lake Wauburg Thursday afternoon before a storm. mer Florida Regent Susan Ajoc said that

the students were interested in having a

I Commissioner stresses need for recyclingBy voice"We in want administrator's a voice in this decisions.college," Ajoc

said "It's not one particular issue."
our trees. 'once recycling becomes the rule rather than Academic Affairs Associate Vice Pres-
Wheat cited landfills as an example of how the exception Abbott said. ident Catherine Longstreth said Thurs-
Alligator Writer government and big business profit at the "Recycling provides more space for the day night that whether students were
Big businesses influence legislation that public's expense. landfills," she said. The life span increasesfor allowed into faculty meetings dependedon
harms the environment and threatens lives, Landfills must maintain a certain amountof one landfill so we don't need to build what the meetings were about.
Alachua County Commissioner Penny Wheat garbage to make money, charging a $40 another." "Most of the time, students go to any
said Wednesday during a Recycling Week'90 tipping fee for every ton of trash they dump, When the landfill was developed in 1986, meeting they want to, but none involving
forum sponsored by the Environmental Ac- she said. it brought in 650 tons of garbage each day confidential information," Longstrethsaid.
tion Group. Earth Day 1990 and Student Recycling efforts limit their profits by re- and officials projected it would reach its "I don't know of any college that
Government. ducing'the amount of garbage going into capacity in 1991, said Alachua County Solid does that"
When water contaminated with gasoline landfills, Wheat said. To make up the difference Waste Coordinator Steve Shannon. Right now, the Architecture College
jeopardized Wheat's son's health, she de- landfills charge higher tipping fees. "But as a result of recycling programs and Council is the student representativebody
cided to do more than speak out. But Karen Abbott, waste collection coordi- operational improvements, we have doubledthe that voices student concerns, but
'She ran for the commission,began encouraging nator of Alachua County Public Works, saidit life of the landfill," he said. "It will last students want to create a branch of the
"" ACC to hear what faculty has to
the public to protect natural resources costs money to abide by state regulationsthat until 1997. say.
and founded Friends of Alachua County, an are imposed on landfills. Landfills are reaching capacity all over the Students were worried that too many
advocacy group that focuses on environmental The tipping fee is how revenue is gener- country, Wheat said. Recycling efforts may architecture students were apathetic
issues, in 1986. ated (for the landfill)Abbott said.The state !not be a choice, but a necessity in the very about internal college issues because
Now,Wheat and six other people also are has instituted strict regulations in order to near future. they have time-consuming projects.
suingTexaco and Shell damages resulting protect the groundwater from dangerous "Just because we have something like a "We need a continuing effort to get
from gas leakage into the local water supply. leachate," material that filters through landfills building or a piece of paper doesn't mean we them out of their studios," ACC Presi-
"The land is not here for profit or private into groundwater. have to trash it when we no longer have use dent-elect Patricia McGee said.
gain Wheat said. "We are all entitled to Though state regulations raise tipping fees for it," Wheat said. "Why can't we use it for All faculty members were invited'to
drink clean water, breathe clean air and see in the short term, tipping fees will go down something else?" the meeting, but none were presentI



6.ALLIGATOR. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, IM


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DART to Nathan Collier, who owns several housing .A

units near campus, for suggesting the city take $500,000 "ye f

away from downtown redevelopment to pay for street

lights and paving in the Student Ghetto. We want to see

the Ghetto's streets paved and lights installed, but 1 V )jm' r 1 ""' T
Collier's approach shows little diplomacy and might, in 1 Y

fact, do more harm than good.It .

would have been wiser to suggest the Ghetto get a

share of the city's expected revenues from a one-cent

sales tax increase rather than singling out one project on firWhite

the city's wish list. Now, all we have is supporters of the

downdown plan mad at supporters of the Student Ghetto

plan not an environment conducive to getting city dol- '., .. .
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lars to help with renovation. -

LAUREL to the students who participated in

Engineers' Fair 1990. Those students spend lots of timeon rights group is not violent

their exhibits and get very little in return maybe a -

trophy and a little recognition. College offers classroom The newly-formed white student union, whose
learning, but it's great when students learn from each parody of the Black Student Union in title has some- eo Steven P. McCormickPEAKING
other. how escaped the humor of the white-orchestrated S
Coalition Against Bigotry, poses the problem how OUTof
DART to new Student Body Treasurer David Stern can students who oppose the benign discriminationof

and busy-body Pat Siracusa for their ridiculous behaviorat unconstitutional Affirmative Action programs or- color is simply not a strategically sound endeavor.
Tuesday's Student Senate meeting. We know politicsis ganize to voice their opposition? Likewise, it should be noted that, should the op-
a power game and party members, even in the real It just may be that the UF, or society, isn't quite position succeed in stopping the white student union,
world follow their leaders. ready for a white student union. Unless the reign of the culprit was not liberal paranoia nor administrative
terror currently waged in the name of civil rights invertebracy,both of which were very much foreseen.
But when they walked through the four rows of seated abates to the point where the right to form an or- The missing element,which was the fuel of 1960s civil
senators Tuesday night, whispering sweet nothings and ganization is no longer the privilege of cherished rights activism, was a race's determination to abolish
minority groups,the white student union will continueto discrimination of which it was the victim
their muscle who
flexing big senators
power some
be labeled "violent"- a term which describe
may Perhaps the popular academic pastime of "old
wanted to vote their conscience were bullied into votingfor what the quasi-military uniforms of Project 99 imply. world"bashing will convince everyone that whites are
the senate president candidates they were told to. Perhaps the hysteria, which portrays the white simply too troublesome to have around. Meanwhile,
student union as extremist is more a symptom of a whites will have to be content ho-humming about the
Moves like that make all of the Senate look childish,
greater malignancy, namely white indifference to its seemingly harmless accusations that they are responsible
and we're sorry legitimate senators have to be affiliated for bad
own.The things their ancestors did.
with such a group. concerns of the white student union stem from One agonized conscience, writer Susan Sontag,

LAUREL to the U.S. Congress for passing legislationthat the increasing aggressiveness of a minority cartel in who probably won't be joining the white student union,
its insistence on using the leverage of ethnicity to said: The truth is that Mozart, Pascal, Boolean algebra '
bans smoking on 99 percent of all domestic flights. secure economic and political advantages.This ,Shakespeare,parliamentary government,baro-'
Beginning Sunday, only 28 of 17,000 daily flights in the historically new game, whose name is con- que churches, Newton, the emancipation of women,
United States will include smoking sections. venient separatism, is not, at first, exciting to whites. Kant, Marx, Ballanchine ballets, et. al., don't redeem
Only when one realizes that whites are unrepresentedin what this world.
particular race has wrought upon the
The law includes hints such as breathing exercises for the game, save for white supremist groups such as The white face is the cancer of human history ."
those smokers who might not be able to make it the Ku Klux Klan, and are thus rendered politically Apathy to such voices informs the supposition,from
through long flights that prohibit smoking.We ineffectual,that it requires for them a certain interest. which the Loyal Order of the 99 draws strength, that
In our Increasingly competitive and ethnically frac- the white
race isn't deserving of equal opportunity.
aren't in the habit of encouraging legislation thatis
tured society,some minority groups have decided that Steven P. McCormick is the vice president of the
restrictive of people's privileges, but in airplanes, Martin Luther King's dream of removing the stigma proposed white student union.I .
smoke even from a special section invades
everyone's air. And if the helpful hints help even one per- I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

son cut back on their smoking, it will more than makeup make a mistake. I bills.
Article lied about expect a"dart"when the new Senate was hearing
for the smokers will
complaints grumble. I misspeak or misjudge. But_ I understand that a new student

LAUREL to the two girls who stood behind us in lineat Browne's conductEditor I is cannot misused turn in away when my name body president circling the room

the Orange & Brew last week and demanded soda be. in the story. attempts for a juicier during a crucial vote can make a
Rarely past have I ask
good story better, but I would
poured into their own mugs. Even though the0&B'8 responded to a news article in this The writer claimed,"Browne in the future to please
reporters,
cups aren't styrofoam, the girls said they were doing newspaper.Although The Alligatoris Stern and Siracusa walked around refrain 'from assuming my
their part for the environment Way to go. often cynical of many facets of the. room often whispering to whereabouts when they find it convenient I
this campus, including the ad senators and placing their hands
ministration Student Governmentand on the shoulders of some" while \
alligator EM Gator athletics, it is rare thata they were voting." I respectfully ask for a full cor-
Lucy Chabot news story runs with severe fac- rection and apology
While
I cannot for
speak
Editor Editor tual errors. the Michael Browne
Managing Opinions whereabouts of either Mr.Stem or
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton Unfortunately, the Senate elec- Mr.Siracusa,I can say that not only student body presidentelectEditor's
tions article, "Senate picks new was I not in the Senate Presi
room during note Student Body
Letter Policy leaders, on Feb. 22, did contain a :
of
letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (abuot one 8-by-lO page). They should be huge mistake that assailed any the election process, I was dent-elect Michael Browne was
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include I typed name address and telephone character and my not even in the building! When I present at the beginning of the
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any questions call integrity.I returned to the chamber, the new for The
the editorial' page editor at 376-4458 I welcome harsh criticism when officers voting senate president
were already serving, and Alligator stands by its story.



J FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23,1990.ALLIGATOR, 7


I' Family... gets- .permission- to build near eagles'- nest I IBy

PATRICIA LEE agency says. while, she doesn't mind, because she and eventually is lowered to the "threatened"status.
Alligator Writer There was an item In the federal registerlast her children get the chance to see an Amer- .
week where the Florida Game and Fresh ican exception. Florida is only second to The bald eagle would remain listed as
When Richard and Robin Polk begin Water Fish Commission advertised its intentto Alaska in the number of resident bald ea- "endangered" on the federal register, con
building their new home during the next consider re-classifying the bald eagle as gles, Nesbitt said. tinuing to receive the same protection the
months, they will be especially considerateof being a threatened ((instead of endangered) Last year there were 439 active occupied birds receive in other states. But within
their neighbors,being careful not to build species," said Stephen Nesbitt, biological territories in Charlotte Harbor, the Ever- Florida, the bird would receive less funding
too close or during times when their neigh- administrator for the Florida Game and glades, Kissimmee and other Florida areas. priority than animals that are in greater
bors are home. Fresh Water Fish Commission's Wildlife In Alachua, there were 44 active nests, most danger.
But they won't do this solely out of kind- Research_ Laboratory in Gainesville. around Orange Lake. The estimated popu-
ness. They will do it because it's the law. 7bis is simply an lation for the state was "The main reasons for changing the list
The Polks last week received permission indication that in Flor- 1,200 to 1,500 bald ea- ing is to call attention to the plight of the
to build their second home near a bald ida, the situation for In gles, Nesbitt said.Sometimes beast and" to assist in prioritizing of budget
eagles' nest. Because the birds are national the eagles has im- Alachua there were the funds, Nesbitt said.
symbols and one of the most protected proved," Nesbitt said. 44 active nests last Polks get the rare op- "Because Florida is better off than most
endangered species in the United States,the "It doesn't mean the portunity to see the of the country,we have been receiving fund-
Polks needed a special-use permit from the regulations will year. The estimated pop- birds up close."They're ing as if the eagles were threatened and not
Alachua County Commission. change." beautiful," endangered anyway,"" Nesbitt said. "We're
"We're glad all the work we did finally got For the Polks this ulation for the state was Robin Polk said. "It's just trying to match the category to the

,\: us the permit, especially since we already means the outdoor 1,200 to 1,500 bald ea- wonderful to be so biological reality."
live there," Robin Polk said. The Polks live construction cannot close to them and be By being realistic, Nesbitt said, all other
with their four children in a largely undeveloped take place during the gles. able to see them fly." endangered animals can receive fair consid-
area in the community of Cross Creek. nesting period be- And because regulations eration when it comes to funding from the
"That's one of the reasons why we wantto tween Oct. 1 and May 15. The Polks also allow few homes to be butne i nesting U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.can't .
build a second home-we're running out must not allow the structure to stretch intoa areas, she and her family -along with
of space," Richard Polk said. primary zone that surrounds the nest.The the residents of the area's five other homes "We play favoritism or sexy games
Getting the permit wasn't easy, but get- Polks currently live in a secondary zone and are among the few who will ever be ableto and give more attention to a particular"spe-
cies because it's
just more impressive, he
ting permission to build near bald eagle plan to build in the same area. call bald eagles their neighbors.In .
nests never is. The Polks received permis- "Of course we understand the regulationsfor Florida, no one may build in a primaryzone said.But
sion by adhering to special conditions from the endangered species,but it's funny to -or within 750 feet of a nest. changes in classification or fundingwill
the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish think us being ordered not to bother them, The zone is smaller than the minimum in not affect law enforcement, he said.
Commission. when they sometimes bother us," Robin other southeastern regions,where U.S. Fish "Instead,we will be just as strict, becauseit's
Though recent news about the status of Polk said. Although the birds keep their and Wildlife bars building anything within precisely these regulations that have
the birds may indicate they no longer are distance, the family often hears them and 1,500 feet of a nest. But Nesbitt said that helped to bring the number of bald eaglesup
endangered, laws and regulations concern occasionally sees them. doesn't mean bald eagles are less at risk ,"Nesbitt said. "We've already proved the
ing the animals will remain stringent, the But if they do get a little noisy once in a here, even if their classification in the stateI laws work."


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Classifications o How to place a WINDMEADOWS APTS. for rent in a 3bd 2bath house.

1,2, & 3 Bedroom Quiet, cozy fireplace! Pets (any size) OK.
from Africa.
classified ad Imports Beauty .
: Pool Tennis Laundry $175/mo/ & uti. Sign lease not required.Call supplies.Mention
this ad and get 20% off select
1 For Rent- Furnished I 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373.3558 3757978. 2235.5
In Person: clothing. Good thru Feb. 615 W Univ 338-
2 For Rent- Unfurnished 2-23-8-6
9397.
Cash, check, MC or VISA. WILLIAMSBURG APTS. Searching for studious but outgoing N/S
3 Mobile Homes AVAILABLE NOWIII1,2TH43Bdrms. male rmmts( ) to look for comfortable apt.
The Alligator Ollice Howard Ticket For Sale 1-way to Seattle. March 1.
to share fall 90or summer.
1105 W Ave. Call 336-8672. 2-27-10-6
For Rent/Sale/ University Pool Laundry 3957256. 2.285.5CASABLANCA

4 Sublease House/Apt./ M-F 8am-4pm I Block to UF/Shands Lean machine, complete exercise system
.4111. Main BookstoreHub 2000 SW 16th St. *** 378.1253. own room/be furnished
$200/mo. In your home, $300, excel cond., 468-
5 Roommates townhouse, washer/dryer, etc
Customer Service DeskMF8am430pm 2785 call before 9pm. 2-23-B-6
MOUNT VERNON APTS. 3353889. 2-26-6-5
6 For Sale
1 & 2 Bedrooms
7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's OfficeMF8am9pm. PoolLaundryClose Need 1, 2 or 3 rmmts for 3bd/2ba/ apt in Diamond. .33kt engagement$450 OBO.ring.336-9804 Excellent leave diamond
Sat noon 9 pm to UF/Shands Three Oaks just 4 blks to campus, microwave
8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 paddle fans, w/d facilities. Call 378- message. Have r.celptand papers. 2-23-
5-6
1655. 3-5.10.5
2-28-10-2
9 Autos Medical Bookstore Shands

10 Wanted M. F, Sam 4 30 pm 2BR/1 BA quad unit, available summer LAST MONTH FREE And security dep. Antique Piano 1906 Upright Spinet, very
good condition, plays great, perfect for
tool Piccadilly Apts., own rm/ba, $225/mo/
pose longer. Fireplace, ac, dishwshr,
By Mail: beginners, $750 OBO. Call 372-3913. 2-
11 Services 336-0206. 2-
$310. Call Sue or Beth 3350213. 2-23-5- & 1/2 utils. Call Jocko' at
Use forms appearing weeklyin 27-5-5 23-4-6

12 Typing Services the Alligator Sorry, no cash by 1 BDR apt; fans, cent ht/air; carpet; mini,
13 Help Wanted mail MC VISA, or checks only vertical blinds: on bus. near UF; $275, M/F/ to share 4bdrm house non-smoker. COMPUTER with disk drive and softwarefor
including water. 3730701. 2-28-7-2 l40/mo & 1/4 util, 1st last dep. Call programming, data processing,
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 373-4281 1. leave for Rick spreadsheets, college studies, and recre
message any-
314 NW 14th St. 2 bdr/1 ba. 2 blks from
Payment by VISA or Mastercard time. 2.27.5.5 ation. Must sell $125 obo. Call 3761430.
15 Personals ONLY Five dollar minimum UF, 285mo. Century 21. John Merril Inc

16 Connections M-F830.4pm. 3721495. 2-23-3-2 Room avail. In beautiful, historic 4br/2ba

hse. 2blks from studious COMPUTERMagnovox
Tigert quiet
17 Notices Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the
O How to correct price of one. Pool tennis, sauna, wt. room. but fun atmosphere, partially furn. 266, 12 Mhz, 40MB ((28ms)
18 Rides Stoneridge Apts. 3800 SW 34 St. 375- $135/mo 4 1/4./ 3712343. 2-27-5-5 Hard Drive 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB),

19 Pets cancel your ad: 1121. 43045.2 3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive, 14" VGA Color
Roommate Needed ASAP. Master
Huge
Monitor (.31 dot pitch), 18-bit VGA switch-
20 Lost & FoundJ Cancellations: Duckpond area, historic home, bay win. 3352081.bdr in 3bdr apt 2.28.5.5 rent nego. Call Joe or Jeff able video card MS-DOS. 4.01. GWBaaic,

Call 373-FIND Mon FrI 8. 4 pm dow hardwood firs Wheat, 1 room avail. DOS Tutorial, 1 yr. warranty, $1589.
416 NE 2nd Ave $240/mo incl. utll. 373-
No refunds ten be given
Oakbrook Condos F to sh 2bd/2ba lux
2381 evenings. 2-27-5-2 apt. Walk to campus turn wash & dry. PANASONIC 1124
When will ad run? Alligator errors: l40/mo/ & 1/3 util. Avail 11 l
to 373-
your now
Letter Printer 2 Best
Check your ad the FIRST day It runs. Reliable F to move In twnhse for 3 mos., 2923, Gretchen. 2.28.5-5 Quality yr warranty.
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before own rm, $1'SO/mo 1/2 bills. 1st 4 last mo. printer! $305.

noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY rent 336-1465. 2.28.1-2 VIZCAYA after Spring 2 Rmmts neededown
Classifieds will begin TWO
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY bedrm share bath l50/mo and 1/3 WORD PERFECT 5.1
bdrm In Oxford Manor for
DAYS after they are placed. 1 apt rent very
THE: AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor. clean avail. util. Call 378.4288 ask for Scott or Iv msg. Latest full version, students and faculty
Immediately, save by
Ads mailed in or placed at the rected ads will be extended one day. money 2-28-5-5 only $135.
renting now, please call Kim 371-2837 or
No refunds credits be alter
can
Union or Shands may take or given 3751626. 32.8.2MOBILE
placing the ad. Changes called in alter One month free) Sublease 5 months.
THREE days to appear. Ads the first, day will not be compensated. Townhouse 2bdr 2 1/2 be and much more ELITE #335-1300

may run for any length of time HOMES: $217/mo for Info call Glenn or Steve at
Customer error or changes: 332-2568. 3-1-5-5 3-6-11-6
and be cancelled at any time.
Corrections must be made in person at 3 FOR RENT/SALE
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON Female to share 2br/2bth NW house, MOVING MUST SELLI

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. 12x60 2 Bd 1 Ba; Washer/Dryer New Car washer, dryer, cable, fenced yard only large desk wswivel & stationary chair. 2
pet Tub/Shower, Hot Water Heater; Deck $250/mo/ + 1/2/ util call Randy at 377.2537 micros. Dining room set. Affordable 336-
$3450. 378.0620 or 375-2863 6:00-: leave message. 2-28-4-5 0764 eves or msg. 2-27-5-6

7:00pm.: 2-23-1-3
ASAPI) F student needed to share mod JVC CAR STEREO with tape deck. Brand
house in NW. All amen. 2ml from UF. new, looks and sounds hot. Need cash,

FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. SUBLEASE: 3764138.i60/month 3.1.5.5. 1/3 util. Martha or Jennifer price negotiable. Call Eric at 3361661.

4 HOUSE/APT. Sylvania am/fm radio & turntable, collection
1 FURNISHED INCREDIBLE of opera records, call Miriam after

Efficiency Apt. Oxford Manor, 2bdr/2ba Save $,Call now 6 FOR SALE 4pm 3351408. 2-28-6-6
WINDMEADOWS. I bdr turn sublet, near Starting at $185 336-1781 Lv. message. 22310.4
pool, 373.3558 apt. 98. 2235.1 Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Bicycle-mens motobecane 10 speed with
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL. Nice 2bd2baapt brands are all at our New Location! Car lock and light $75. Hardly used Sears twin
Treehouse Village 2bdr/2ba F needed 110 NW 39th Ave. Camelot unfurn. Fireplace, barbsque Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372. mattress and box spring $45. Call 373-
exc. rmmtes, transp. provided to UF and 378-3988 pool, view. 550mo. 373-4696 any. 2070. 4-30-75-6 7989. 2-23-3-6 _
SFCC, wash/dry 175mo. 375.5384 An 375.3861 time 3110.4
gela. 3.2.10.1 4-30-70-2 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS IB the old. RCA 18* color consol tv, excell.) cond,
ii 1 bdr Pine Rush February free. Lease est, best and lowest priced car stereo must sell $125. Call 336.1150 after
Available Now: Across Tigert All Utilities "Check Our New Specials" through April 30. $257.month call 376- store In town 372-2070 2201 NW 13 St. 5:30pm.: 2-27-5-6
Paid For Central Heat/Air PH* 371-3608. All Amenities Available 1573 or 392-6182 office Jack. 2-26-5-4
1238 SW 4th Ave. 2235.1 FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Rockford, Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, Yamaha cd player wremote $150 obo.
Roommates Available Sublease Apt: Ibd/t be, new carpet, central Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm The Beet 373.0878. 2-23-3-6 j
Large 142 BR apt. neatly furnished.no We're No. 1 heat/air, wash/dry hook-up. $235mofirst / Car Sterlo Installers In town. Car Stereo I-
pets convenient to UF & downtown, $250- REGENCY OAKS no last, ft ,$100 I sec. 395.0066 or to Co. 375-1834. 4-30-75-6 SPRING BREAK R/T Airfare Philadelphia
275 mo. 3765957. 2-28-5-1 378-5768 4952361. 2-28-6-4 from Tampa Mar. 2125. $158. 752-
3230 SW Archer Road RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants 3081. 2-23-3-6

FOR RENT COUNTRY GARDENS 2bdr/1ba Apt. Carpeted, fenced yd for for your dorm or apartment. We de
: 373.4500 pets, avail 3/1 $220/mo In SW area. Key liver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. Typewriter Electric 14 Inch Carr, Line

2 UNFURNISHED 2001 SW 16th Street management 372-3060 ((9-5pm) 336-0540 377-5265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 2-23- memory, EZ Correct, auto features, 2-
after 5pm. 2-27-5-4 type wheels'In; warranty. $375 obo. 377-
1BDR. WALK IN CLOSET, Village West, CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 4410. 22636Bar
. Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR I270-J280. 800 NW 18 Ave., take 9 St. N from 16 Ave. Sublet Mar-Apr The Woods(close to UF, any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, See. Office: 411 NW 1 15 St. 371.7777. 2-27-10- on SW) ibr/ltaa/ (turn, 1 pool, 267mo. no demo. Call338-0103I1ud.ntlv. message.Car Great for Parties Water resistant
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry: no cats or dogs. 2 deposit required, 336-8036 wkdy, 372. $100 or best offer 335-3600 Leave Met-
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 4-30-75- 2878 wknd. 2-27-4-4 Alarms, Autopage, Chapman. Home sage. 2.28.5-6 __
2 2bdr house and 2bdr apt, 3 blks from UF, and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul, Sherwood .
both completely remodeled' some util. I bdr apt. avail.. March, walk to UF, and more. We Beat All Prlceel' TV, microwave, queen & 3 twin beds ((1 I yr
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet paid. $350 and $260. Call David 373- $239/unlurn. or $2S0/furn. Call Tom 336- 373-3754. 4-30-69-6 old),: armchairs, table and chairs, etc.
washer/dryer available In most units for 8022. 2-26-10-2 1029 3-7-11-4 Leaving U.S. low LOW PRICES 336.4741
,$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 1 ft. 2 Bath MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376-1146

$250-$350, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- WALK TO UFIII Studios $210 IBD $235 5 ROOMMATES Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate Sony CDX-A30 "* RMX' 2 remote com
75-2 2BD $285. College Park Properties: 411 H P. Price same or lower than mail mander 3 months old. Asking $525. Call
NW 15 St. 371.7777 2.27.10-2 order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 538-1133 Leave Message. 2-23-2-6
SPACIOUSONE BRANDYWINE FURNISHED ((28ms), graphics monitor ...
BEDROOM APT, DUCK POND AREA 2bdr/1ba.lacuzzl, sauna, wt. room, huge MC 286/12.81195, Packard Bell $1295, Dining table w/ drop sides, Incl/ 4 upholstered
ONLY $260MO.LYONS 1 Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street. pool. 1/2 ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room MC 386SX. $I 495, Northgate 386/20 chairs $200. 4-plecs> white rattan
APT $235 Month. Phone 377-2615. 2-28.11.2 1/2 cable ft util. 3722857. Dennis. 2. $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd 4 battery cushions $200.336-8918. 2-26-5-8 __
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 $1999., CompuAdd 610 w20mb &
One Block from campus Very Large room, Wllllamsburg Vlllage-F N/S student for ics monitor. $970.1 I3 year warranties.graph. Synthesizer: Roland D-50 Great sounds,
I blk from UF 1834 NW furn. twnhse, 6mo. lease, $240/mo .1/2 Hard
2 Anvil
room efficiency, Onslte warranties.
Panasonic to Comes w/Cymbale
( nice house, cable In room SW area I 1180 printer easy use
tat Ave Apt. C, 3/4 util. Incl. l6S/mo. util, 1blk from Shands/UF. 3364257. 2. New,
$195/mo utilities Included Greg 3763291. $185, HP LaserJet lip. 1040. 4110 SW Case Rom card. Over $2000
Century 21 John Merril Inc. 3721495. 2- 34th St. / 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 $1100 obo. 371.6758 2-26-3-6,


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FEBRUARY 23.1990. ALLIGATOR

FOR SALE 8 MOTORCYCLES AUTOSNeed SERVICES SERVICES


1982 Honda CM450E very clean and well ride to class?Buy a Bug. 1972 VW
BEAUTICONTROL COSMETICS% off
inventory at 1689 prlcei 336.1465. 2. kept; new tires and tubes; 13k ml; runs Bug, Looks great, Runs well, New tires, BREAD ROSESABORTIONS *FREE*
perfect; 42 mpg; $825/off: call Todd AM/FM stereo Call 378.0415 leave mes TestGainevlli.
26.2.8 3359539. 2.23.5.8 sag*. 2.26.3.9 Pregnancy.
1233 NW 10th Ave Women'sHEALTH
Fanatic Lit'* Viper Sail board entire CENTER
rig 1986 Interceptor, Perfect condition, low 82 BMW 320I good condition, fully 372 1664
plus Thule racks all In great shape. Hardly 720 NW 23rd Avenue
miles. a sweet bike $2000. Call Jim at loaded must sell, $6000 obo. Call 338 MCVISAlnsuranceFree
used $950. Call 378 0690 Lv Msg. 3.16.6 377.5055ABORTION
. Test
3718240. 2 28 5 8 1495 2 28 5 9 Pregnancy
Member (To 24 Wks)

1987 Red Honda Elite Scooter with helmet VW Jetta GLI 1985 4.door. 5..p..d. 30 National Abortion Federation BIRTH CONTROL
Dorm Size $70. McCormick
Fridge .
Large and lock. Great condition $400. Call mpg great shape inside/out dependable 4 30 75 11 Gynecology Services
Cue 0 25 w/cate Never broken w/ rarelyused
Patrick at 372.6844 evenings 2-28.5.8 sporty transportation $5000 obo. Mark 4.30.71.11
$110375.2467. 2.27.3.6NAGEL 373-9883. 2.28.5.8 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
Get confidential/ testing and treatment at MOVING?
for tale Framed In platinum very 9 AUTOSAUTO PLANNED PARENTHOOD R.sourc.fuillud.nl full size truck will
1988 Mustang 28K ml S spd, 4 cyl. 377-0881. 4 w/
modern looking. call 378 4437 2 27 3 6 .
30-75.11 336 9461. 3.8.3011
loaded NADA Retail $7575 Asking beat any prlc.ln town -
INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange $8000. Bank available .
Financing. 1 463-
& Blue Insurance Drive thru In Butler 6247 3159 AAA STORAGE
7 REAL ESTATEPRIME
Plaza We care. Call us 1st Close to UF. Convenient ONE STOP DENTISTRY

377-CARS. 2.23.10.9 '86 Honda CRX Sapd, sunroof, buy now 4x4x4 $15/mo Accepting new pts, emerg
UP LOCATION! houseCHAC
room or take over payment, good cond.. must 4x8x8 $25/mo Adult cleaning $30 child $20
Good condition) Rented In. '71 VW Westphalia Camper, Ford V.6 engine sell. 4724041 38109 533 SW 2nd Ave 3771771 ((4)wisd) tee $325, ((3)wisd) tee $250
veitment/fraternlty/other/ $130,000 no rust great cond., $1750 332
4307511 ((2)wi) d tee $200 Nitrous Oxide
376.66S2 owner 3.7.42.7 6561 2.23.5.9 Accept MCVAE 2281911
10 WANTEDLocal

TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA. eat in 1980 Cadillac, power windows ft locks. ** GATOR MOVING ** Credit Card guaranteed acceptance no
kitchen pool, 'tennis, washer dryer Forest Cadillac yellow leather Interior needs Artist needs: GOLD. Gems. Class Full/Serv/ Mov/Storege/Packlng 1. security' deposit, write S. Marion 1100
of Unicorn, NW area easy financing work, no reasonable offer refused 374 Rings ETC. Top $ or trad. Ozzie's Fine Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves, Long dis Tudor Dr. Dept A.1. G'vllle. 32607 3.8.
374.5401. 3+21-7 8141. 22349 Jewelry 373.9243, 4307510 Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374.4791. 4.30.75.11

For sale Time share condominium located 1985 Nissan Sentra > loaded. good condition Energetic articulate student for childcare SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons TYPING
at Daytona beach, FL at Sunrise $3400 392.5520 days,ask for Betty, 2.4 days per wk 2:30pm: Into evenings boarding woodser facilities *
beach club 1212 N Atlantic Ave unit 11, 684.6064 evenings 2.27-5.9 NONSMOKER own car with seatbelts hay rides parties sales working 12 SERVICESYOU
17th week aleepsy. Call 376.6847. 2.23- Must be available summer $3.75hr. 377- students accepted 466.3224. 375.8080.
6.7 79 Firebird Excellent condo ins like new, 0900. 2235.10 4.30.75. WRITE, WE TYPE
a/c Limited edition Bright red Call 335- Business Legal Personal Reports
6345 ask for Sam. $2900 or leave message 11 SERVICESNW *SUNBELT MOVING* Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc
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2 26 4 9 '
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Save $10,000. Rockwood VII. Lux condo G ville Handicapped TYPing
Professional / &
Moving/Packing Supplies
2bd/2ba.. .Best.location Call owner collect Toyota MR2 1986 red/black 'leather low Mini storage at I.75 & NW 39th Ave 1 Item .Houseful!. Local/Lngdist. Lie/Ins 3787179.
305 596 2969 2277 miles, auto loaded excellent condition. near Oaks Mall area 5x5 to 10 x 20 from Priced for Studentil Marty 375MOVE. 4- Typing reports business legal *
Call at 335.5184. 22859 $20,10% disc to students 332.8917. 4. resumes cassettes transcribed applications .

Assumable/No qualify 2bd/2 1/2 ba HOUSESITTING SERVICES expert letters notary *"C. Available
$4000 down, $47.900. MCPHER- '84 Chevy Impala 350 V 8 auto, ps, pb, .
twnht CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro enced; very responsible sitter, References 24 hours/7 day./372.2777/ 4.30.75.12
SON REALTY R.alor375.1021.! 3167 pi, ts, pw, heavy duty all around good
available, Call
377.0585.
DJ service at 375 8483. 371011
shape, $1500 obo. call Rich 3959088. .
Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5 00 Reports,
Theses. whatever Grad School P,T. List
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TYPING SERVICES TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED'A' PERSONALS PERSONALSSAVE


Typing/Word/ Processing Quality depend- PLANNING Plus Notes-We are expanding to other Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator/ Great ON RAYBANS

able service Reasonable rates. Laser colleges. We are seeking responsible, prices.reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical University Opticians
printer 377-8175 til 9:00pm. 3-16-35-12 INTERN honest, motivated people or fulltlm man Laboratory 378-5563. 818 SW 4 Ave. 1 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
agerial' position. Great career opportunities block from Ala Gen. 4-30-75-15 4-30-68-15

GATOR TYPING Frost Accurate Low $700.00 BI Weekly competitive salary, and benefit It
Rates. Quality laser printing. Discounts Interested, Please call 371.8954. 2-23- Natural Foods and Vitamins

avail Days, eves, wknds. 373-4564 2- Indian River County has a Summer Intern- 10.13 Blrkenttock Sandals. NAIL CREATIONSNow
offer manicures, pedicures nail
Ship position available. Program lor 10-12 Sunflower Health Foods ,
Typmg/Wordprocessing/ WordPerfect weeks beginning o/a May 15, 1990. This Computer Operator/Secretary/ : Part-time 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 sculpting, nail artistry, wraps, electrolysis
5.1. quality work, fast results, low rates, Internship will locus on long-range plan position. WordPerfect 5.0, mall merge 43075.15 & waxing. 4432 NW 23rd Ave. Suite 9

dependable, personal service Tara 332- ning activities. Princlpial duties will be to and programming. Hours and salary ne- 373-9790 Open Mon.Satato 8. 2-23-15-
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looking for a part time college campus Friday. Must have excellent driving record
representative to work now until June 30, and valid Florida driver license. Pay
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Entering the season, it didn't runs and beat the No. 1 club in the
appear the UF baseball team's road country three games in a row." BIG .

games this weekend against perennial When the Gators play fourth-
powerhouse Miami and flor- ranked Miami ((10-1)( ) at 7:30: tonight
ida International would be as and 2 p.m. Saturday, they Enjoy mouth-watering pork
difficult as they could have been in also will have to face a different sliced thin and piled high on

years past. atmosphere than what the young garlic bread, served with 395
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only two starters back and lost its noon for Miami and planned to SREAL

top hitter when Anthony Hicks quit practice at Miami's stadium in the w PIT BAR.B.Q
late last season. evening. To get used to the new ,
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game series and FIU defeated No. week on Florida Field. and 11 am 10 p.m. (Fri. & Sat.)

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JEFF MORIARTY Louisiana State and three teams at
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Alligator Writer Georgia
Tech and Stanford."I .
The UF men's golf team will don't think we have any advantage -
have one main thing to defend this over anyone else,"Alexan-
weekend when it travels to Miami der said. "There are a lot of teams tUItiOtl ,
for the Doral Park Invitational that have a chance to win and I
its reputation as the nation's sec- think we're one of them.
ond-ranked team. A strong favorite for the individual PA\D,.1 1 1Find

But Coach Buddy Alexandersaid title is LSU's Greg Lesher,who
it won't be easy to defend won low amateur in the 1989 U.S.
because the team might have to Open. But UF's DiMarco beat out how you can have your medical school tuition, required books and
fees paid in full-plus earn more than $700 a month while you attend school.
play better this weekend than it Lesher by seven strokes at the
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has all year- even better than at Gator Invitational two weeks ago. Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program.
the Gator Invitational two weeks Bates will try to defend the title We'II tell you how you could qualify for a Physician's Scholarship from the
ago where the Gators won both the he won at the tournament last year Army, Navy or Air Force.
team and individual titles."I when he shot a 6-under-par 210 to If selected, you'll not only beat the high cost of medical school,you'll also gain
think this is one of the tour- win three shots ahead of Barlow.He valuable a commissioned medical officer experience in the serving Reserves.on active duty 45 days each school year as

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team defeated LSU in a meet two at the Barnett Bank Invitational.
men's tennis squadBy By Alligator JOSEPH Writer TODD weeks ago. "LSU will have 25 Diamond, a nine-time NJCAA
points in the pentathlon before the All-American, may be the premiere
GUERRY SMITH three sophomores, a junior and a Strong performances will be meet even starts for us." hurdler in the SEC.He won
senior in their starting lineups. needed from everyone if the UFmen's For the men, strong perfor- last year's 55 indoor and 110 out
Alligator Writer and women's track teamsare mances almost are a certainty door SEC hurdle titles as well as
The UF men's tennis team,com- E to win the Southeastern Con from veterans Everett, Tyrone the NCAA indoor championship in
ing off its most important victory Women play three on the ference Indoor Championshipsthis Kemp and Earl Diamond. the 55 hurdles.
under Coach Ian Duvenhage, will weekend in the O'Connell Everett missed last SEC
road. The UF women's tennis year's Last year, the Lady Gators fin
try to maintain its consistency in team will have the unusual task of Center. Indoors with a hamstring injury, ished fourth, and like the men,
three dual matches this weekendat rebounding from a loss when it The event favors a squad with but came back in the outdoor sea- they will be gunning for LSU.
the Varsity Courts. depth over one that is composedof son to win his third consecutiveSEC
travels
to the Carolinas this weekend
The addition of Monifa Taylorin
.
just a few superstars.As
outdoor title. This season,
The Gators face Illinois on Fri- for three dual matches. the hurdles and sprints and
evidence, Louisiana State Everett won his second 500meterrun
Florida International Sat-
day, on The Lady Gators play South Car Kimberly Mitchell in the triple
last men's division
and Southwestern Louisianaon won year's in a row at the Millrose Games
urday olina on Friday, 12th-ranked Dukeon when Mark Everett and jump has bolstered a small but
Sunday. All are unranked.In injuries to and easily won the 800 at the Bar-
Saturday and Clemson on Sun Tony Jones depleted the UF nett Bank Invitational. talented squad.
its Southeastern Conference day. Fourth-ranked Georgia de- squad. LSU has won the women's Kemp has not slowed since win- Anita Howard is leading the ..
opener last weekend, UF upset feated the Gators 5-4 last Saturday,
meet for three consecutive years. ning last year's 400 in 46.38 sec- squad with NCAA indoor qualify
23rdranked.Mississippi State, UFs first loss in a SEC dual match. Then there events that ing times in the 55 and 200.Taylorhas
SEC total. are some onds. This year, Kemp first
its 1989
equaling victory Five UF players remain un- the Gators don't even compete in, stopped Olympian Antonio qualified in the 55 hurdles and
"We really played well last week beaten for the season. Freshman like the pentathlon.That's why the McKay's 17-meet win streak at the Leah Kirklin in the triple jump.
end," Duvenhage said. "But we're Andrea Farley, ranked No. 2 nationally Gators will need as many peopleas Millrose Games,for which he was Veterans Dorchelle Webster ((55
still a young team, and with that is 5-0;Amy Alcin!and Jill- they can get to score points in named the Millrose Hall of Fame hurdles) and Tasha Downing((200
kind of youth, you tend to be in Ian Alexander are 4-0; Cathy other events. Athlete of the Meet, and then a and 400)) are close to qualifying.The .
consistent. Goodrich is 3-0;and Holly Lloyd is 'The SECs are tough for us," week later he set the continentalU.S. meet starts at 8.30; am.
The Gators have two freshman, 1-0. UF coach John Webb said after l1is .record with a 45.83 in the 400 Saturday and 11:30: a.m. Sunday

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earn 65-46 Attendance goal falls short as Oklahoma Arizona State

4-6, while Arizona State fell to 6-5.
By SHARON GINN
Alligator Writer More UF junior Tracy Wilson the Gators' top
S win vs. UCFORLANDO than 5,000 peo- performer this season on the beam,
The 14th-ranked UF gymnastics team the sprained her knee slightly during warmupson
ple turned out to
easily toppled No. 9 Oklahoma and No. 10
that event, and missed both the beam
Rhvonja Smith scored a Arizona State in front of 5,212 fans in the O'Connell Center for and the floor exercise. But McDonald took
21 and in 10
game-high points pulled a re- O'Cohnell Center
Thursday night.
over, tying her career-high score of 9.70 on
bounds night leading the UFwomen's
Thursday ,
Thursday night's
The Gators scored 188.15 to Oklahoma's gymnas- the beam to take firstFreshman
basketball team to a 65-46 victoryover
186.85 and ASU's 186.55 before theseason's
officials
tics UF
meet.
Central Florida. ,
largest crowd to win the second
LaTonya McGhee added 18 points in the annual Burger King Challenge. But the though, were hoping to Jeanette Hrubes improved her
winning effort for the Lady Gators. attendance wasn't high enough to break season-best from an 8.15 to a 9.45.
UF, not a particularly strong team at the the Southeastern Conference record of break the record of

foul line this season, made 20 of 22 free 10,651, set at last year's Challenge against
10,651 set at last year'sBurger The Gators posted a season-high bars
throws in the game, as it improved to 14-11. Alabama.
total of 47.55. McDonald scored a career-
Junior Pam Titus, who is emerging as King Challenge high 9.80, tying for first place in that event
one of the Gators' most solid performers, against Alabama which with Oklahoma's Monica Fields.
AROUND scored a career-best 38.15 to win her first
SPORTSGuard all-around title. Arizona State's Suzy Bald- was a Southeastern Confer-
ock and Oklahoma's Jessica Frey scored Titus took third on the bars with a 9.70.
37.75 to tie for second overall. ence record.
Kelly Lincoln scored 14 points and
Shannon King chipped in 10 for the Lady Titus also won the floor exercise event, ASU's Molly Carpenter won the vault
reer-best 9.60 to take third.
score, a ,
tying her high of 9.75. Baldock event scoring 9.45. Titus Baldock
Knights ((7.18)). career a Frey, ,
The Lady Gators broke out to a lead that placed second with a 9.70, and UF sopho- With the tri-meet victory, the Gators im- and Oklahoma's Tricia Bonomo all tied for
got as large as 10 points midway through the more Christina McDonald posted her ca- proved to 6-3 overall. Oklahoma dropped to second in the vault with a 9.40.

first half, and held a 35-29 lead at halftime.

Central Florida() pulled within three points Gators can tie team mark for futility
early in the second period, but several key
three-point shots from guard Camille I
Ratledge helped UF pull away.

"UCF pulled out all the stops tonight or break streak against CommodoresBy
Lady Gators interim coach Lea Henry said.

"Hiat was a good thing. It made us play
hdf-court defense for more than 15 seconds. JASON DAVIS

UCF has never won in the 12-game series. Alligator Staff Writer
The Gators conclude the
Lady regular sea-
Game No. 14 is Saturday.It .
Sunday with a 2 against
son p.m. game
is The Came as far as the UF basketball
Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tenn.
team is concerned.It .
Swimmers in hunt at SECs
is the game in which the Gators can
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. The UF men's decide if this
season will be marked in the
swim is in first and the
team place women record books
as a monumentally bad one.
are in second after Day 2 of the Southeastern Or
it could
serve to bring some self-re-
Conference swimming and diving champion- spect back to a struggling squad.
ships at the Alabama Aquatic Center.
Whatever it becomes, Saturday's gameat
The Gators hold a 17.5-point advantageover Vanderbilt still holds importance for the
host Alabama, with 256 points, led by Gators.
11 A
Martin Zubero, who set four records in com- 4 4..
UF will be trying to avoid the unflattering
petition Thursday.The Lady Gators trail bya
distinction of losing a school-record-tying
behind Tennessee's 243.
point, 14 consecutive games when it travels to the
The tournament continues through Satur- Memorial Gymnasium in Nashville, Tenn., F

day.Soccer for a 4 p.m. contest against the Commo-
tournament this weekend dores.

Eight women's soccer teams from around The Gators lost their 13th in a row
the state and the Southeast will participatethis Wednesday night, 79-54 to MississippiState
weekend in the annual UF Soccer Cup, leaving interim coach Don DeVoe
coordinated by the UF women's soccer club. fearing the worst for this weekend's South-
UF will have two teams in the two-day eastern Conference matchup.

event. The other teams participating are "When you lose by this margin at home,
Georgia, Florida State, Wesleyan, and top it shows you have lost concentration to-
recreation teams from Clearwater, Seminoleand tally DeVoe said following the loss."If youdon't

Winter Haven. have all your guns loaded in the SEC,
The tournament begins at 10 am. Satur- you're going to take a beating.
day at two sites on campus. University Vil- Vanderbilt's big gun is 6-foot-2 junior
lage South Field, which is behind married guard Scott Draud, who averages 15.4
housing on 34th Street, is the primary field, points and 2.1 rebounds a game. He scored
and Hume Field will be used as the secondary 14 points against the Gators in the 44

site. Commodores' 71-64 victory over UF last ell
UVS will be the site of the final, which is month in the O'Connell Center.If .

set for 2 p.m. Sunday. there is any hope for UF, it Is that
TBS gets the NFL Vanderbilt which has lost its last seven

ATLANTA Turner Broadcasting Sys- contests also is struggling this season. r
tem will televise 47 NFL games in prime time The Commodores stand at 12-12 overall,
over the next four years, under terms of an and are in ninth place in the 10-team con-
agreement between the network and the ference with a 5-10 SEC mark.

league announced Thursday.TBS UF, of course, is in the 10th spot. The
will broadcast 35 regular-season con- Gators own a 6-18, 2-13 record. Another 41
tests, including nine regular-season games SEC loss would ensure them of a last-place
over the first nine weeks of the 1990, 1992 finish in the conference. ,
and 1993 seasons, and eight regular-season On the air. Saturday's game will be
contests in the first eight weeks of 1991. broadcast by WOGX-TV Ch. 51 via Jeffer- KEVIN WISNIEWSKI-ALLIGATOR
UFs Hosle Grimsley looks for dribbling room during Wednesday's 79-54 loss to
t Alligator staff writers and United Press son-Pilot Syndication. It will be broadcaston State.
International contributed to this report. radio by WRUF ((103.7 FM, 850 AM). Mississippi
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the independelIt florida -/a No-C vsoad -1h r r VOLUME 83. NUMBER no b* bC-1r.1=1rm r ra -FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1990 Twenty-four hours in eight pages .inside Vigil protests dangers women face at night By ELIZABETH CLARKE Alligator Wnter Restaking women's claim to walk freely at night, hundreds of students marched across campus Thursday to hold a candlelight vigil at the Plaza of (he Americas Speakers representing six campus and local groups called forstudents to 'take back the night," charging that women never will be free until they can walk alone at night without fear "Women need to be able to stand up for their birth right to be U S citizens, and that requires freedom," said Joyce Leggette, Schroeder to examine family's role, U.S. ilitary By USE FISHER Alligator Witter Although political science junior Laura Pitkin wasplanning to attend Mardi Gras in New Orleans this weekend, she said the chance to meet Congresswoman Patricia Schroeder, a. Colo., this Sunday took priority. "She's a champion of women's rights and inspirational in the steps taken on that issue," Pitkin said. I really wanted to be able to meet her." Schroeder will lecture on the "Challenges in America's Future" at University Auditorium Sunday night at 8. She is expected to discuss the changing role of the family in the 21st century and how the U.S. military will be affected by events in eastern Europe and South Africa. Jennifer Williams, Reitz Union Program Council's News and Views Committee chairwoman, said she didn't think Mardi Gras would have any effect on the lectures attend. dance, "We're dealing with two completely different audiences." Williams said. "I don't think you'll just see 100 people there." Accent Chairman Rich Brilliant said he thought the free lecture would draw at least 400 people. The Auditorium seats about 900. Schmreder was rated atone of the six most respected women in America in a 1988 Gallup poll Schroeders status a. a political star in liberal, feminist circles led her to consider a 19N presidential campaign, butin September 1987 she announced she would not run. OWhen Iheard the audience groan, I began to cry," Schroeder said In an October interview. 'knew there that Ihad underestimated how much I wanted to purue the presidency. I went on with o speech, but I'm sorry to say it was my tear, not my words, that got the headline," we page 5 U S FT president of Campus National Organization of Women, which organized Students UnIe' Take back the Night' "That requires freedom to be out is laie as we want, wear what we want and be a., friendly as we want in any situation,' Legg ade said After a one-hour march through campus, the crowd had dwindled to about 100 protesters who lit candles on the covered sidewalk in front of Library West, shielding themselves from rain One woman It three candles -for [he two times she'd been raped and for the fear that she'd be raped once again Students Unite' Fake Back the Night' Is a traditional demonstration that has been a part of the feminist movement si'ce the 1960s, said (amripus NOW secretary Erica Merchant. a student at Sarne Fe Community College Women's organizations period cally have held the event to remind people that rapes continue to occur. "Rape and sex are taboos in our culture," Merchant said "It's easier to blame the victim than recognize the problem, and that's why it persists." Wendy Maynard. president of Campus Organized Against Rape, waned that not all rapists are imposing strangers who creep up oi w(Iollen at night Only 23 per cut of rapesare by strnig. rs. Maynard sald Me rest are omitted by friends rela ives and caluaituinre S( Pirsodent-elect Michael Brownre failed tor Improved ampuS lightng lid rape edut anion in tratertty houses, dori tores and IT Prevw programs for JLLmIng students "If there Is dr iJe oil &aiTTplJs during ry terd then I have failed miserably' Browne sud. Representives trom lhe Coatilion Agaist Bigotry. the NAACP, the Panhellenic (0nil also made pleas to end rape Group envisions heavenly housing By BLAKE FONTENAY Alligator Writer Imagine living in a place free of crime, pollution, noise and stress. A place surrounded by parks, fountainsand beautiful scenery. A place where people are so relaxed, happy and tuned to their environrien that their productivity at school and work reaches optimal levels Now imagine that place within commutmig distance of Gainesville Sound too good to be true? Not accordig to Curtis McDonald, the vice president of a California developing firm that wants to bring "Heaven on Earth" to Alachua County. McDonald was in town Thursday, trying to find local developers who would be willing to help his firm, the Maharishi Heaven on Earth Development Corp. build a utopian community on the outskirts of Gainesville. "Cities have developed in ways that weren't foreseen," McDonald told reporten and curious realtors at a news conference "Quality of life is of critical concern, McDonald said his Malibu-based business, which subsenbes to the teachings of Indian guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, wants to design a community that would be "in harmony with the natural law." Each of the 100 to 200 homes in the development would use "non-toxic" building materials, make optimal use of natural air flow and sunlight and be sufficiently insulated so heat and air-conditioning would be unnecessary. McDonald said. The 250-acre community, which could be completed within four years, would also have a special school, health center, festival hall and vegetable garden, McDonald said. Gasoline-powered cars would not be allowed into the community, and guards would be employed to keep crim', mals out, McDonald said. 'The firm would ike to build similar communities in 50 cities, including Los Angeles, San Diego, Denver, Austin and Washington, D.C., McDonald said. Idealy, McDonald said, people would move outof those metropolitan areas and into their cornunities -and then those cities could be converted into parks and r "is -V'" "'e"'t*"f -''"-'''a" Curtle McDonald hopes to persuade skeptics of the Mahadshi Heaven on Earth Development by educating them through news conferences, such as this one Thursday at Univeisity Centre Hotel In Gainesville. gardens. "Our long-term goal is to rebuild the world," McDonald said. "We hope that this kind of developing will become the norma" And why, one reporter asked, are they targeting Gainesville? "We've found Florida to be very recep' tive to this type of concept," McDonald said. "Gainesville is a very cosmopolitan, active community." But students might find Heaven on Earth to be a bit out of their price range: "starter homes" are expected to sell for $110,O and top-of-the-line modelswould be "as expensive as you go," according to McDonald. And each home would be equipped with a computer, allowing residents to shop and work often without having to commute into town, McDonald said. McDonald did encounter some skepticism during his one-hour news conference. "I can't imagine anyone's ability to sell non-air-conditioned homes in Gaine,see Heaven., page 4

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FRIDAY, FEHRtJARY 23 1'.I AiJCAI .i Senate dominated by whites in wake of election By DEBBIE CENZIPER and ANTlONY LEDERMAN Aligator Writers About 40 new student senators were sworn into office Tuesday night, making the 80-member group predominantly white The new addition to the Senate -compised of 32 Vision members, four Today members, four independents and one writein -contains no blacks and few Hispanics, Vision's Vice Chairman [Arry Medviksy said his party pursued minority students, but no black students applied to run The Today party, which was called the mnonty party represented by a Hispanic, black and woman ticket, attracted the minonty vote, Medvinksy said. .It was hard to attract minonty students because, in a sense, they almost felt like they had to run with Foday, Medvinsky "Vision stands for all students.' he said "We truly want as many different students from as many differed cultures to come work for us" Former Sen Raymond Sweet, one of the only black members of the Senate last semester, said Vision did not pursue black students, and he doesn't want to return to Senate until somebody new gets in "Someone who isn't on a leash," Sweet said. "Everyone is on a leash From the Senate president to the president pro ternpore, on down the line Sweet said the Greeks gained control because too few independents voted He said he feels the Greeks stick together and now the black students are out of SG "It's believable that there's nobody black upllfFt Expedo ce UFJunir Ed Valley gets in a little windsturlflng at Lake Wavburg in the Senate. but it has nothing to do with race relations," Sweet said 'It has to do with culture -the (re k just Mck together Independent Sen Nelson Miranda, a Hispanic student, said there ar' it easN three Hispanit senators holding seats uin Senate Li has 2.094 Hispanic students "Discrimination is definitely in the Sen ate," Miranda said 'I don't know if they intend to exclude minorities or if it just works out like that But newly elected Senate President An. drew Meyer said he is drafting a letter to all student organizations urging black students to apply for positions in SG there is one available Senate seat, and the new SG lead ers need to fill 15 cabinet director seats "SG is a representative of all students." Meyer said "We need to make sure that all minority concerns are fairly addressed Thursday afternoon before a storm. Commissioner stresses need my iuamr TMICr Alligator Writer Big businesses influence legislation that harms the environment and threatens lives, Alachua County Commissioner Penny Wheat said Wednesday during a Recycling Week 90 forum sponsored by the Environmental Action Group, Earth Day 1990 and Student Government. When water contaminated with gasoline jeopardized Whet's son's health, she decided to do mor than speak out She ran for thecommisson, began encourm aging the public to protect natural sources; and founded Friends of Alachua County, an advocacy group that focuses on environmental issues, in 1986. Now, Wheat and six other people also are suing Texaco and Shell fordamages resulting from gas leakage into the local water supply. whe land is not here for profit or private gain," Wheat said. "We are all entitled to drink clean water, breathe clean air and we our trees. Wheat cited landfills as an example of how government and big business profit at the public's expense. Landfills must maintain a certain amount of garbage to make money, charging a $40 tipping fee for every ton of trash they dump, she said. Recycling efforts limit their profits by reducing the amount of garbage going into landfills, Wheat said. To make up the difference, landfills charge higher tipping fees. But Karen Abbott, waste collection coordinator of Alachua County Public Works, said it costs money to abide by state regulations that are imposed on landfills. "The tipping fee is how revenue is generated (for the landfill)." Abbott said. I7he state has instituted strict regulations in order to protect the groundwater from dangerous leachate," material that filters through landfills into groundwater. Though state regulations raise tipping fees in the short term, tipping fees will go down for recycling once recycling becomes the rle rather than the exception. Abbott said. "Recycling provides more space for the landfills," she said, "The life span increases for one landfill so we don't need to build another." When the landfill was developed in 1986, it brought in 650 tons of garbage each day and officials projected it would reach its capacity in 1991, said Alachua County Solid Waste Coordinator Steve Shannon. "But as a result of recycling programs and operational improvements, we have doubled the life of the landfill," he said "It will last until 1997." Landfills are reaching capacity all over the country, Wheat said. Recycling efforts may not be a choice, but a necessity in the very near future. "Just because we have something like a building or a piece of paper doesn't mean we have to trash it when we no longer have use for it, Wheat said "Why can't we use it for something else?" Married housing 1+ Irank laviur. in Idefxident, also l.d racism .ibhinds in he Senate Racsis shown ini th' Vision party stsef," laylor Sud "The Senate isall white. and (hey all look like fraternily and sororly ypes laylor said the Senate is mainly uinprised ot middle or upper class siuden s. and these Senators (annot fairly represent 34,000 students 'Whether they know it or not. they dis -rimnate, laylor said "They only kinow [heir own culture '(Senate) can be sympathetic,' he s'ad "But they're looking down (heir noses at mnorities and poor people Architecture students seek active role in decisions By CHRISTY HARRIS and NICOLE SNEED Alligator Writers About 30 concerned architecture students met Thursday and decided they want student representation at faculty meetings and hi-monthly open forums to improve communication between students and faculty. The meeting comes after students expressed interest in being involved in the currentevaluationofarchitecture department chairman Robert Segrest The students decided to circulate a survey that would ask architecture students if they support having an elected, non-voting student representative from each department attend respective department-faculty meetings The survey also will ask if students support a bimonthly open form with required fat ulty and administrator participation Architecture graduate student and former Florida Regent Susun Aoc said that the students were interested in having a voice in administrator's decisions, "We want a voice in this college,' Ajoc said 'It's not one particular issue Academic Affairs Associate Vice Piesident Catherine longstreth said Tursday night that whether students were allowed into faculty meetings depended on what the meetings were about. "Most of the time, students go to any meeting they want to, but none involving confidential Information," Longstreth said "I don't know of any college that does that Right now, the Architecture College Council is the student representative body that voices student concerns, but students want to create a branch of the ACC to hear what faculty has to say. Students were worried that too many architecture students were apathetic about internal college issues because they have time-consuming projects "We need a continuing effort to get them out of their studios," ACC Pres dent-elect Patricia McGee said. All faculty members were invited to the meeting, but none were present.

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UJ [G I RL I RI'R I IHi A6 Iq I OPINIONS Darts & laurels DART to Nathan Collier, who owns several housing units near campus, for suggesting the city take $500,000 away from downtown redevelopment to pay for street lights and paving in the Student Ghetto. We want to see the Ghetto's streets paved and lights installed, but Collier's approach shows little diplomacy and might, in fact, do more harm than good. It would have been wiser to suggest the Ghetto get a share of the city's expected revenues from a one-cent sales tax increase rather than singling out one project on the city's wish list. Now, all we have is supporters of the downtown plan mad at supporters of the Student Ghetto plan -not an environment conducive to getting city dollars to help with renovation. lAUREL to the students who participated in Engineers' Fair 1990 Those students spend lots of time on their exhibits and get very little in return -maybe a trophy and a little recognition. College offers classroom learning, but it's great when students learn from each other. DART to new Student Body Treasurer David Stem and busy-body Pat Siracusa for their ridiculous behavior at Tuesday's Student Senate meeting. We know politics is a power game and party members, even in the real world, follow their leaders. But when they walked through the four rows of seated senators Tuesday night, whispering sweet nothings and flexing their big power muscle, some senators who wanted to vote their conscience were bullied into voting for the senate president candidates they were told to. Moves like that make all of the Senate look childish, and we're sorry legitimate senators have to be affiliated with such a group. LAUREL to the U S. Congress for passing legislation that bans smoking on 99 percent of all domestic flights. Beginning Sunday, only 28 of 17,000 daily flights in the United States will include smoking sections. The law includes hints such as breathing exercises for those smokers who might not be able to make it through long flights that prohibit smoking. We aren't in the habit of encouraging legislation that is restrictive of people's privileges, but in airplanes, smoke -even from a special section -invades everyone's air. And if the helpful hints help even one person cut back on their smoking, it will more than make up for the complaints smokers will grumble. IAUREL to the two girls who stood behind us in line at the Orange & Brew last week and demanded soda be poured into their own mugs. Even though the O&B's cups aren't styrofoam, the girls said they were doing their part for the environment. Way to go. alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Letters Policy Leam to 91.a ser skm4M W exisn 200 wao .esseo s t 10 pip ael y shoMsl 00 tsd il ofl-act ord signed al vssel InciMe aeme nme dll arn taluaroMso nmber Nanei will be whh6 if the wdtRr snows Just ceus. If you hve any Qt1405 Cll Ie ldihiI PMe ditOr t 3 ?45S White rights group is not violent The newly-formed white student union, whose parody of the Black Student Union in title has somehow escaped the humor of the white-orchestrated Coalition Against Bigotry, poses theproblem-how can students who oppose the benign discrimination of unconstitutional Affirmative Action programs organize to voice their opposition? It just may be that the UF, or society, isn't quite ready for a white student union. Unless the reign of terror currently waged in the name of civil rights abates to the point where the nght to form an organization is no longer the privilege of cherished minority groups. the white student union will continue to be labeled "violent" -a term which may describe what the quasi-military uniforms of Project 99 imply. Perhaps the hysteria, which portrays the white student union as extremist .is more a symptom of a greater malignancy, namely white indifference to its own 'Me concerns of the white student union stem fromn the increasing aggressiveness of a minority cartel in its insistence on using the leverage of ethnicity to secure economic and political advantages This historically new game, whose name is convenient separatism, is not, at first, exciting to whites Only when one realizes that whites are unrepresented in the game, save for white supremist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan, and are thus rendered politically ineffectual, that it requires for them a certain interest. In our increasingly competitive and ethnically tac. tured society, some minority groups have decided that Martin Luther King's dream of removing the stigma Article lied about Browne's conduct Edftor Rarely in the past have I responded to a news article in this newspaper. Although 71e Alligator is often cynical of many facets of this campus, including the administration, Student Government and Cator athletics, it is rare that a news story runs with severe factual errors. Unfortunately, the Senate elections article, Senate picks new leaders," on Feb. 22, did contain a huge mistake that assailed my character and integrity. I welcome harsh criticism when so Steven P. McCormick S PEAKING OUT of color is simply not a strategically sound endeavor Lkewwe, it should be noted that, should the opposition succeed in stopping the white student union. the culpnt was not liberal paranoia nor administraive mvertebracy, both of which were very much foreseen The mussingelement, which was the fuel of 1960sivil nghts activism, was a race's determination to abolish discnmination of which it was the victim. Perhaps the popular academic pastime of "ol world" bashing will convince everyone that whites are simply too troublesome to have around. Meanwhile, whites will have to be content ho-humming about the seemingly harmless accusations that they are reason sible for bad things their ancestors did. One agonized conscience, writer Susan Sontag, who probably won't bejoining the white studentunion, said: "The truth is that Mozart, Pascal, Boolean algebra. Shakespeare, parliamentary government, baroque churches, Newton, the emancipation of women, Kant, Marx, Ballanchine ballets, et. a], don't redeem what this particular race has wrought upon the world The white face is the cancer of human history Apathy to such voices informs the supposition, from which the loyal Order of the 99 draws strength, that the white race isn't deserving of equal opportunity Sten P. McCormick is tke vice president of the proposed white student union, I make a mistake. I expect a "dart" when I misspeak or misjudge. But I cannot turn away when my nae is mnisusd in attemp lts for a juicier story. The writer claimed, "Browne, Stem and Siracusa walked around the room often whispering to senators and placing their hands on the shoulders of some while they were voting." While I cannot speak for the whereabouts of either Mr Stem or Mr. Siracusa, Ican say that not only wasI not in the Senate roomduring any of the election process. I was not even in the building! When I returned to the chamber, the new officers were already serving, and the new Senate was hearing bills I understand that a new student body president circling the room during a cecial vote can make a good story better, but I would ask reporters In the future to Pease refrain from assuming my whereabouts when they find it convenient I respectfully ask for a fill correction and apology. flel BMoW" stiadimt body pw s"t4loCt Editor's insO: Student Body Press dentelect Michael Browne was present at the beginning of the voting for wate president. 7h' Alligator stands by its story. 1AZ Z9'A -L 0 c K C U T I IL Loc O!

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I RIDAY, FIlHRUARY H I. I AIJ(. L TR), Family gets permission to build near eagles' nest By PATRICIA LEE agency says while, she doesn't mind, because she and eventually is lowered 14 the "tlmitrtid" ''nere was an item in the federal register her children get the chance to see an Amerstatus Alligator Writer When Richard and Robin Polk begin building their new home dunng the next months. they will be especially considerate of theirneighbors, being careful not to build tooclose or during times when their neighbors are home But they won't do this solely out of kindness They will do it because it's the law The Polks last week received permission to build their second home near a bald eagles' nest Because the birds are national symbols and one of the most protected endangered species in the United States, the Polks needed a special-use permit from the Alachua County Commission "We're glad all the work we did finally got us the permit, especially since we already live there," Robin Polk said, The Polks live with their four children in a largely undeveloped area in the community of Cross Creek "That's one of the reasons why we want to build a second home -we're runningout of space," Richard Polk said Getting the permit wasn't easy, but get. ting permission to build near bald eagle nests never is, The Polks received permission by adhering to special conditions from the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Though recent news about the status of the birds may indicate they no longer are endangered, laws and regulations concerning the animals will remain stringent, the last week where the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission adverised itsintent to consider re classifying the bald eagle as being a threatened (instead of endangered) species," said Stephen Nesbitt, biological administrator for the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission's Wildlife Research laboratory in Gainesville. T1his is simply an indication that in Florida, the situation for the eagles has imIn Alachua proved," Nesbitt said 4 aCdve n "It doesn't mean the regulations will year. 'Me e change" For the lPolks this elation for means the outdoor 1,200 to 1, construction cannot take place during the gleS. nesting period between Oct. I and May 15 The Polks also must not allow the structure to stretch into aprimary zone that surrounds the nest The Polkscurrently live in a secondary zone and plan to build in the same area "Of course we understand the regulations for the endangered species, but it's funny to think us being ordered not to bother them, when they sometimes bother us," Robin Polk said. Although the birds keep their distance, the family often hears them and occasionally sees them But if they do get a little noisy once in a ican exception Florida is only seonl to Alaska in the number of resident bald tagles, Nesbitt said list year there were 439 active occupied terntories in Charlotte Harbor, the I vtrglades, Kissimmeeand other Floridairins In Alachua, there were 44 active nests. most around Orange lake The estimated poputhere were ests last itimated pophe state was 500 bald ealation for the state was 1,200 to 1,500 bald eagles, Nesbitt said. Sometimes the Polks get the rare opplotunily to see the birds up close they're beautiful," Robin Polk said 't's wonderful to be so close to them and be able to see them fly And becauseregulations allow few homes to be built near nesttig areas, she and her family -along with the residents of the area's five other homes -are among the few who will ever be able to call bald eagles their neighbors In Florida, no one may build in a primary zone -or within 750 feet of a nest The zone is smaller than the minimum in other southeastern regions, where U S Fish and Wildlife bars building anything within 1,500 feet of a nest. But Nesbitt said that doesn't mean bald eagles are less at risk here. even if their classification in the sate Fhe bald eagle would remain h[Utd endangered" h deraI I tril tegst'r,. oI ionii g to e(tve the same prot mi Or birds rt 'ivi im other tate, But wrhm Flirida, the bird wtild ret i vo IZ tuN itiIT priority than annials that art ii grtvlt danger lhe mai reasons for 1 hanging the listing is to call attention to the plight 51 [li beast and to assisi mi prioritizing of budget funds, Nesb"tt I sad 'Because Ilorida is better off than most of the country, we have been reeivmin lunding as if the eagles were threatened and not endangered anyway," Nesbitt said "We're just trying to math the category to thr biological reality By being realistic, Nesbit sid, all other endangered animals an receive fair consideration when it comes to funding Irom the U S. Fish arid Wi d life ServaK e "We can't play favoritism or sexy games and give more attention to a particular steties just because it's more impressive," he said But changes in classification or funding will not affect law enforcement, he said "Instead, we will be just as striu, because it's precisely these regulations that have helped to bring the number of bald tag hs up,'Nesbitisaid "We'veaheadiprovedt h laws work F LEF ABOUT AIDS -cull (ON) 3f4370 Sick of ylr mdmatsdirty dishgil Find a nes, roommate in Allgator Clalfieds' systems WILL BE ON CAMPUS To ANSWER QUESTIONS PLEASE BE SURE TO STOP BY AND SEE WHAT'S NEW WITH |nsdat .relsystms I _______ ** ** ** ****** **** WILD HAIR I Everyday Ptres s5 Haorcul vssm$20 Perm I 374 0607 W Ilk lin )k o'' 1, IuMSwMANIA! s fS s"YLIS -SAflIL AT MNK PRICES A f-0 U S CONGRESSWOMAN PATRICIA SCHROEDER a1Challenges In America's Future .c. --Sir a.w.u~aisamna.in c SUNDAY, FEB. 25,1990 UNIVERSrTY AUDITORIUM 8:00PM

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The joys of studying for exams.6 Students learn "gesture drawing" in drawing class.7 ROTC cadet IF learns to handle weapon .6 Wally "The Watermelon Clown" entertains.3

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A Day i the Life of UF r rv UF swim team members prepare for another early morning starts at pract 6:30 ce, a.m. which 4, -A V F I I S r 1*144w SUZETTE COOK Chuck Haven has been working lab for more than 15 years. The Key, a mile-long island Key. the same IM IS --.-Finding a legal parking space traditionally has been a challenge to students who commute. At 9 a.m. the commuter parking lot on North South Drive already is full. t 6 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, the challenge began for the photographers who chose to participate Life of UF. We all were given ment -in 24 hours we ture any moments in A Day in the assignwere to capwe felt depicted an aspect of UF or what happens to UF students, faculty and staff during one day. Although some photographers had specific ideas, choosing to plan the day carefully, others relied on instinct and luck as they roamed around the Friday, A Day in the Life of UF editor Suzette Cook art director Kathy Rohrbach photographers Amy Carson, Suzette Cook, F.D. Dodd, Reg gie Grant, Holahan, Cher Mark C. Rega Michael ry Jones, n, Donna Reid, Esther Sampedro, E Ann Stoddard, Na talee Waters, Paul Winn Cover Photo by Suzette Cook campus, sometimes sneaking into buildings for just the right shot. Either way, the assignment ended at 6 a.m. Feb. 9. Some of the photographers missed a missed all of them, it day of classes, sleep, some but for now was time to put away the cameras and piece together the moments. The following pages are a collection of those moments captured in one day in the life of UF. -Suzette Cook p -9 for all of the photographers Superintendent at the UF marine out on a night's facility located is on Seahorse 8:15 a.m. three miles off the coast of Cedar

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February 23. 1990 A Day in the Lfe of UF, Battalion Commander Chris McCarthy, right, inspects the uniform of ROTC Midshipman Tom Bastow at 3:30 p.m. U.) I A) 3 '"V ~4/' -V J 47'' A 4 MARK C REGAN "The Watermelon Clown" blows bubbles to entertain children rishnas alike on the Plaza of the Americas at 3:30 p.m. Wally says he is an actor. -. H Ten-year-old Leah Hartman practices her handstands Connell Center at says she dreams in an empty 3:30 0p.m. She of becoming member of the UF gymnastics team some day. .4 MICHAEL HOLAHAN Lecturer Ronnie Khuri goes over some math problems for her Survey Calculus class in Norman Hall at 10:15 a.m. V It IX Wally and k 4, 4' U / of (;k air

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A D p )he Life of UF / A, I StLWt r tudrnts d k ake 1) (rn10% Cdfmpus BrUo a rd Courts davantage of fre goes I e time or ,b) sket it 6:30 p.m. the Idte afternoon hours recrettion) facilities S Hanis Wang, in Library Er' 3UF. studies Wrng at 3 p.m. for a Human says he enjoys the Sexuality exam Physical Plant worker Lennon Fisher sweeps a s 10:30 a.m. as the morning eight streams through stairwell in a nearby MICHAEL HOLAHAN Norman Hall at window A 9Freshmen Shelly Auman and Kris Carlson eat dinner at 6:20 p.m. in Albert and Alberta's campus restaurant During his ROTC Military Science Lab at 2:45 Loomis aims a LAAW -Light Anti-Armor weapon. p.m., F D DODD Cadet David V
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H A Day in the Life of UF I-tvwnw N( ornaril IntteSi Vt I'l, fo''ll ')I ) keil IcdA I C,, ( |Urn' t r 'Ia A student rushes down a staircase in Norrmri HIll ill the way to his next class at 10:45 a.m. instructor Robert Mueller calls the exercise Freshman "French in Craig Cummi Action," a ins an video d Kimberly T shown at th raylor watch e Language Learning Lab at 2:17 p.m. The videos are mandatory. for class examinations. .4 1 I CI l I r it 2:30 p.m. I '1 A,

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A Lay i tie Life of UF hr, Traugott Ieans Library Traugott has been cieanrng inn three Vfrs East at 2:25 p.m. buildings for mo(r -a '1 i V 4WI,> I S 4~ r ib. 00 4 111 IA 4 V Law student *1 III Sean Hummel pianist Robert Peterson at Ma 8:30 plays along with rket Street pub at p.m. Michelle L Diamond displays a T-shi at 1:15 p.m. The shirts of Natural History's MICHAEL rt she was selling on the Plaza of the HOLAHAN Americas refer to her arrest during a protest of the Florida Museum IFirst Encounters exhibit Jim Fisher a U S. Olympic team hopeful practices While most of the campus was asleep at 3:30 a.m., members of the Pi fraternity enter the 124th hour of this year's shower athon Center at 3:40 p.m. seven days and raised $10,000 for Stop Children s Cancer. springboard (living at the O'Connell SUZETTE COOK Alpha Epsilon The event lasted 11 & -s r'f

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Gmo lease. $240/mo 1/2 until. ibl Iro ShandsUF 33-4257 2ROOMMATES toom tor ref rin 3bd 2bam 'ouso O'ei cozy replaced Pots (any s Oze K 0K $175 mo ul Sign lease nol ,4u'red Cal 375 7Q78 2 f3 5 Punching tor studious but OulPOPTng N's mal rmnm1(s) to look for contortablo apt to Share fall g0 or summer Howard 305 /256 2 26 A5 CASABLANCA own Cona inFurnshed townhouse washer dryer Ble $200mo 335 3889 2 26 6 5 Need 1 2 or 3 mints for 3bd,2ba apt I Three Oaks, jusT 4 bis to campus, micro wave paddle fans a di acilrio Call 378 1655 3 510 5 LAST MONTH FREE And security dep too' Piccadilly Aprs own -mba $225 mo 8 1'2 uils Call Jocko at 336 0206 2 27 55 M' to share 4bi house non smoke $1 onnmo & B/ nld 151 last dep Call $ss 4281 leave message for Rick aly r Ie 2 27 5 5 Room avafl in beautiful historic brita hse 2siks from Tigerl quiet studous but riu atnrosahere par-a''y 'url $135 oA ? 4 3, '243 2 27 5 5 roommate Needed ASAP Huge Master bdr n 3bfdr auI rent nago CallJoe or Jolt atJ335 208! 2 28 55 Oaktrook Condos F o Sh 2bd/2b1 iux a,, Walk 10 campus Ton wash 9 dry $r40 non A r 3 rI Aaki now to 3 2923 Gre'chen 2 28 5 VI/CAYA after Spring 2 Rmms needed own bedrm share badh $150'mn and 113 IT Call 378 4286 askfor Scot or Iv ms0n 2 28 5 5 One monih Trear Sublease 5 months Townhouse 2bdr 2 '2 be and much moe $217/mo for info call lenn or Steve at 332 2508 3 1 5 5 Fears to share 2brJ2bih NoW house washer dryer, cable fenced yard only 525rno. 12 uti call Randy at 377 2537 leave message 2 28 4-5 ASAPI F student needed to share mod house in NW All amen 2m, Trli UF $1S0monih 1/3 PIT Martha or J.enrfr 378 4138 3 1 5 5 6 FOR SALE Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more brands are all a! our New location Car Stereo Specals's 3215 NW 13 Si 372 2070 4 30-75 6 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest, "t and lowest priced car stereo store in town 372-2070. 2201 NW 13 51 Rockford, Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, Infinity, Kic r, Code AlerM. The lest Cs, Ste'no Inetallers in town Car Sie. reo to Go. 311-1434 4-30-75-6 RUGS AND CARPETS Affordable rem naris ror your dorm or apartment We d, l1ve Ray s Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave 377 5265 6 blocks E of campus ,23 CAR ALARMS installed remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Cal 3369103 student iv message Car Alarma, Aulepage Chapman. Home and Car stereo, Pioneer, Saesl. Sherwood end more, We eat All Pricesr 373-3754. 430-69MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376.$4a Editors Choice -CompuAdd Northgate *' P ilp same or lower than mailorder Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb (2ms). graphics monitor MC 26W12$1196. Packard Boll. $1295 MC M6sSA -$1495. iorthgate 3MIt20 $2399 P 250 laptop w/ Md & battery $1029 ConrpuAdd *10 w/ 20mb & graph1a monitor -S970 1 $ 3 year warranties O silewaranlie, PanasoniciIo Prlnler -$185. HPLaerJAt lip-81040.4110 SW 34th1 St. /3 W Univ Ave. 4-30-6-s FOR SALE KOKOMAMA Imports From Atrica Beauty supple, Mention thi, ad and goet 20% off sel' clothing Good thru Feb 815 W Un ,v f it, 9397 2 23 8 6 Ticket For Sale I-way to SeatI'! March Call 338-8872 2 27-10 6 Lean machine complete exercise sys i your hom, $300 excel C'r'd 4' 2785 Call before Ipn 2 23-6 5 Diamond engagemoni rn Excelleni dr i mostd pokl $450 080 336 0004 larsp message Have receipt and papers 2 .3 56 Ani'que Piano -1905 Upright Spirnot vYe good condition. plays great, perfect 'n beginners $750 0al Call 372 3913 23 4 6 COMPUTER with disk drive and sofrwar$ for program~mingO data process I~ spreadsheets, college studies, and rer anon Must sell $125 obo Call 376 4r COMPUTER Magnovox 280. 12 Mhz, 40MB 28nr, Hard Drive, liMB RAM (expand to 4MP 3 5 1 44mb Floppy Drive, 14' VGA CO Monitor ( 31 dot pitch), IS bit VGAitc able video card, US-OOS, 4 01 GwBas c DOS Tutonal I yr warrty,159 PANASONIC 1124 LeIter Ouality Printer, 2 yr warranty B' p'nter1 $305 WORD PERFECT 5 Latest full version, Students and only $135 1 facu 1 ELITE #335-1300 MOVING MUST SELLI large desk at swivel & stationary chair 2 micros Dining room set Affordable 33b 0764 ees or msg 2-27 5 5 JVC CAR STEREO with tape deck drrid new, looks and sounds hot Need cash price necoliable Call Eric a 336-166' Sylvania smfm radio A turntable col lion of opera records, call Miriam aler 4m 335 140 2 286-6 Bicycle-mons motobecane 10 speed B lock and light $75 Hardly used Sears I maltrees and box spring $45 Call 371 7989 2-23-3-6 RCA icolor corrsol must sell $125 Call 5 30opm 2 27-5 6 v, except cool 336 1ISO atle Yamaha od player w remote $150 coo 373-0876 2-23 3-6 SPRING BREAK -R/T AirFare to Philade phia from Tampa Mar 21 25 $158 752 3061 223-3-5 Typewriter Electric 14 inch Carr, Lin memory. EZ Correct, auto features, 2 type wheeled, in warranty $375 obo 37 4410 2-26-3-0 Bar Great ror Parties, Water rstio $100 or best orer, 335-3600 Leave Mes sage 2-20-5-0 TV, microwave, queen A3 twi beds (I y ald) armchairs, table and chairs, BIC LeavwgU S low LOW PRICES 338-414 Sony CoX A S I RMX remote O nandeidr 3 mo nthsa old Asking $825 Call 531-1133 Leave Meesage 2-23-2 6 Dining able w/ drop aides, Incl 4 Uphl stored chairs 6200 4-piece white rattan wt cushions $200 33.-NiS 2.20 5-6 Synthesizer Roland D-50 Great sounds easy to useCoe w/Cymbais Anvil Hard Case a Rom card Over $2000 New 8110 et. 371-67M 2--3-6 E WT

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FRIDAY FFRRIJARY23, 19") MAJGAxflt II FOR SALE 8 MOTORCYCLES AUTOS SERVICES SERVICES BEAUIICONTROL COSME TICS 40% oal menioy at 1919 prices 3I 1465 > 26 2 6 Fanatic tire Viper Sail board entire rig plus Thoul cracks all ingreat Shape Hardly used $950 Call 378 0690 LV Msg 3 1 6 6 Large Dorm Size Frdge $70 McCormick Cue D 25 w/case Never broken wi rarely used $110 375-2467 2 27 3 6 NAGEL Lor sale Framed in plahnum very modern looking call 378 4437 2 27 3 6 7 REAL ESTATE PRIME UP LOCATION 15 room house CHAC Good condition! Rantd Inv.tmnt1vstevnIlyfothsr 5)30.000 315-6652 owner 3.7-42.7 TOWNHOUSE ABR2 1/2 BA, eat in kitchen pool, tenns, washer dryer For asi of Uricorn NW area, easy financing 374 5401 3-1 21-7 For sale Tim share condominium Iocated ai Dayiron. beach, FL at Sunrise beach club. 1212 N Alantic Ave unil 11 17tIT week sieopsy, Call 376 6847 2 236 7 Sae. 510.000 Rockwood Vil Lux condo 2bd/2ba Best location Call owner collect 30559 2000 2-27-7 AssurmableNo quality 2bd/2 t/2 ba twnhs $4000 down, 147.900 MCpHiER SON REALTY Realtor 375 1021 3-1 6-7 1902 Honda CM450E very clean andwe kept new tires and rubes 3k m, runs perIo 42 Mpg $825,o'to, call Todd 3359539 2 V3 5 8 1986 Interceptor Perfect tondrllon tow rIT1 a sweet bke $2000 Call Jim at 3/' 8210 2 20 5 8 1987 Red Honda Elite Scooter wilt hel met and lock Great condition $400 Call Patrick at 372 6844 evenings 2 28 5 8 9 AUTOS AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Or ange A Blue Insurance Orive thro in Bui ler Plaza We care Call us 1st 377-CARS 2 23-10 9 71 VW Westphalia Camper Ford V 0 en gie no rust real cond $1750 332 6581 223 59 1980 Cadillac, power windows A locks Cadillac yellow leather interior needs work, no reasonable offer refused 374 814' 2 23 4 9 1985 Nissan Sentra loaded, good condi lion, $3400 392 5520 days, ask for Betty 6646064 velings 2 27 5 79 Firebird Excellent cond ut like new. a/c Limited edilion Brighit red Call 3356345 ask for Sem $200 or leave Mae sage 2 28-4 9 Toyota MR2 1968 rdeblack leather, low mies. auto loaded, excellent condition Call at 335 5184 2 2-5-9 84 Chevy Impala, 350 V-8 auto, pa pb V, Ft. pi. heavy duly all around, good shape, 81500 obo Call Rich 395 9086 373-FIND BUY ff. SELL if. FIND IT. Alligator Classified allow piodCts. servics, jobs. Oe to be listed in a dretory O mass it easier for readrs to find your ad A simple form explains the step-bystep marner in which to place an ad and will heep you dtemine the cost Our Classified Advertising staff" will b happy to adWse you Alligator Classifleds may be placed In a number of ways: I If you have a valid MasterCard or Visa. you can place your ad by telaphoing 373-FIND between 6 00 and 4 00 pm 2 You can mall your Alligator Classified form (with check. money order or Masiercard a information -no cash, please) to Alligator Claesified$ PO Box 14257 GaInesville, FL 32604 3 You Can place your ad in person by coming to our oFfice at 1105 W Um trsIy Awe, be.een 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays Our trained. Iendly stanf will be glad to help you with your ad 4 You wn place your ad in person at one of The Alligators convnifnt resot. loc.ons ON CAMWUK LOCATION: L2n aton H Main flo%$obtr Hub Medlcl Bookstore, Shands Rau VSO., Cohiers Oc Sa m-4par Sam -4 pm 8 am -9 pm Noon -9 pm Noon -spm Needaridecoclass7BuyaBug 19'?VW aug Looks great Runs well New tires AM FMscrsa Call 3/8 0415 leave ress sage 2 26 39 02 BMW 3201 good condition fully oaded must sell $6000 obo Call 338 1495 2 20 5 9 VW Jetta CLJ 1985 4 door, 5 speed 20 Mpg great Shape .nsdenout dependable sporly transporration $5000 oba Marc4 373 9883 2 28 59 1988 Mustang 28K tal 5 spd cyl loaded N A DA Re tail $7575 A skaig $6000 Rank Financing available 1 463 6247 31S 9 86 Honda CX 5Sspd sunroof, buy now or take over payments, good cord must sell. 472 4041 38-109 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLD, Gems Class Rings ETC Top $ or trade Oue's Fine Jewelry 373-9243 4 30 75 I0 Energetic articulate studenI for childCare 2-4 days per wk 2 Spm tnto evenings NONSMOKER own car with Sealb.tS Must b available summer $3 75r 377 000 2 23-5-10 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at I 75 A NW 3th Ave near Oaks Mall al a a 5 to 0a 20 from $20 10% disc to students 332 8917 4 CALL CJ THE DJ'S pro DJ service at 375 0483 3-7-10 11 I Pleas. we tis torn to place Allgat&r Classiflede. Ple" (lOw tUe" stevdoueay. towrelul to indude .vrylng You wisAhtsy RqI for dhanps are ad ha ban ordered must be oonklrWd* er adwrsent. THERE CAN SE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event O m .err, Ito AMilV Is respoiWleON.ifortheFIRSTinsorftoDonotmu fo.rigninguage. dobM-Wn 'n. or mnnr of adds wich iendit d. adkesse" tO t 1d pasty. The acopn of payment wih adwtslnq copy do. not c wonsll a blidng agreement on t r of The nd"e pe nt FAn.MtAgdopublNsaidcopy The MpandwtF laid. AM.or res e didght tM t sole lodge of te uitability of any advarUtgc *Msubmjld is rpoUatln and r.rvflSte right to edt, revise. dals. .o -e.vinadi.Jng Dopy unumitd BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS A INW 0th Avai 372 1o64 MC VISA Insurance I 'e Piernaocy Test Nui0 nir i Aoo'r11in F ederaion 4 30 7S 'I SEXUALY T RANSMITTED JISFAS-' GCt contidential o',vng and Treatment I PLANNED PAR-NIHOOD 3?/ 0881 4 30 15 11 AAA SIORACE CioseoUF Connmen 4x4x4 $15/mo 4j8x8 $25'mtr 533SW2ndAve 371771 4 30 75 11 ** GATOR MOVING ** FulitServ Mov'Storag./Packing I ItemiHse F ull DaysfEves Long dis Lic/Ins Harry/Bill 3/4 4791 4 30 75 11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM les sons boarding a woodr faciiles hoy tides parties sales working siLudenis accepted 466 3224 375 800 4 30 75 11 *SUNBELTMOVING* Professional Moving/Packing A Supplies 1 item House full Local/lUt dist ctins; Priced tor Studentsi Marty 375 MOVE 4 HOURSESIT TING SERVICES expert enced very respons ble S. ter Reter ences available Call 377 OS 5 I ---m--,i II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I liii I I OFFCE USE ONILV .o e 2i I &A by CLA$4FCATIONl iht i i ,1fl ee l Furn ,he 11 sw (circle "4) -1 steel Ha Fir RMVUWele _1 Mla W sd .liky e e N _4 ftbie "ewrp 14 sueme pvrwnsg 3 bss Rk _5 Reenma _5 Pmna 4 Days Al1 00 _1 For Uks _16 Cnwwpos 50r O "E& -0 -! Bu tll 11 Imc _._ wowmw 11at _._ A"tll Owe I rAuwg is I unwo -14 wmwe 31 Lnl AFoun _larl I a 0"799"mll 0 VISA Eun DATE, Adkteoml upas = mii m mI mimm m *FREE PregndncI est G is v I Wol It[ Al H Ct N ITO T'O NW '3rd Aven, 37/ ,055 ABORTION i To 24 Wksi BRilt CONT ROt Gyr .ciirhy serv 1 3'' MOVING Resourceful istdeniar u, sflISn Cais beat any price in lawn 336 9461 3 A 30 11 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepting ri pa emer Adult cleaning $30 child $20 4)wid toe $325 3rwisd tee $?50 (2)wrAd too $200 Nitrous Oside Accept MCV AE 220 19 11 Clod. Card guaranteed accept ce no secrly dobit wr to S Marionr 1100 Tudor D DepLi A 1 G vils I607 3 8 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITE, WE TYPE Business Legal Pesonal Reports Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc G ville Handicapped Typing 378 *Typing reports business legal resumes casseles rran scored appli caora eriers notary *81c Available 24 nouiS, days 372 2?7! 4 30 75 12 Typing 11 00 pg in $5 00 Reports Theses whatever Grad Sclool P r Lisi WCS 917 NW 13Th 373 98n? 4 30 75 '2 MICRO CENTER' Typing 336 4936 F -ui A slft service compuTiig Typing starts @ I 50E Resumes $6 a Self seice resumes $2 SO/hr 'S page Laser lypeset graphics spell check theses papers special cl, aacters rroloy Mm[n databases t marlmerge Irainig WordPerfecI 5tBC.ast Visa MC 4 30 65 12 Great Fypeug Engir uIl St cor' rair 19 yirs eafer legal indrca Excel spellprootg From t 2S Caii J1i 377 9908 2 28 24 12 Classifleds. Continued on next page HEEL/SEW e .w Cona n Sht0 Rmp.r + We Repair Soles and Heels Most Reari W hile You was Power Soles L,4tie Gua rnias SECOND PIR OF LADYS LIFTS Onwih N oN t v li o t .Ir do'a a ,t r i i 11h 1cii Ao" moatN to auto lucidi I WI MYERS SERVICE CENTER OH md Filt. *11.3 Minor Tune Ups I 4-cylinder 124.16 1 6-cylinder $28.74 (some models slightly more I WE NOW SELL TIMES & E3jn1 5thA) 3411NK Min IRS M-F 7:30-6 ZI

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2,. A!JJGAIIR. I l [ I IRVAJ 2 1'4 TYPING SERVICES TA ii I .-i A .4 .,t. s o a Vi . 3 yw e -aI Wr NCr 0 WI, .rr 1' 1 i L I l -s uor I D I A .f 1: IIl i' '. AD I OL 1 ')). A I' T Li' ''-0 rL)l q .1' ar;*l ,io't. I I ,0 .net deldl -''1' 1*41 1'3 03q5 2 8 is I tp og ,I arfdrorn.aIr Ir. 1), e qu i I V Ce A i Al '5 1th dIV Call Carol .1 1' % i mail .I .r I1I C / /5 pg siandiritds Cii Ie I'S'ue (i CA 1 3 4?8 any ORCAN 'C TYPING I ASF-R PRINTFR WPI NGI I rAAdi) ed prool ;poil ) r > D I .)D / lo 0, 3 8 Wanted immediately College campus rep ''i' i L 1 A K iWik' i Y MI'a I V 4 1 r 1 r 1 11 Vp f D n pj .,j, 'I r c I aw I ne 30 I Ap p I Iu 0 I or S I I nA -a ., 1 ,i s u j 1e mr ..y, ial he'' 0 r .--N 1 M D-o V, CA far jor I .p u3i i 1 1 r ,b TYPING SERVICES PLANNING INTERN $700 00 Bi Weekly I nn 1 rRi Caiver C y h lyma SI .r inlerr' sh'p POS III, uvrailitb Pro rmdrim rr 10 1 1 orIP. '. 'Irrn, pg o M one, '9 half T n I,, I ,' F i o I I q vA 'I w a isis hePiarrr',riIra'' pi coipeqor or IIV Councy S And development regulate on I CQai chit rovs'on Spec lInily thi posn s nill 9 O'l Lll vs conduct ng analyses doing etudies I I Nr i y draling portiCns of delopmener rnoa 'nS parricioar-ng ir public meetings T, and underrak nQ 01 l,r Aliii" 'I E F spn, 0 VAlent writing ald Speakig ib ly Fam I ly w in dBase Ill Symphony rid r'CArc Io'odesrabie Mnimumgialitica F vD' e ons graduate o dent A ljro1, Planning I 1818' Mate'r Degree Progrm Dend res re ---0 Indian River County Personnel 1840 ?Sch Streec ero Beach FL 3290 FOE'AA'VP F InlOyer Jr13 Office help wared MWF guni 1pm Tt, 1pm 5pm Hours must COincido Allscate Ins SW 2 Av Apply by phone 373 0333 HELPWANT&D for local campaign 1S 20 his per wk 5Spm S4 50 per hr Call Ken 375 8632 2 27 5 13 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Independent Florida Alligator Must own reliable van or pick up iruck and be avail able Irarn Sam urni Iam Monday through Friday Must have excellent driving Is cord and valid FJorida driver license Pay per rou[ Ce, pt iifg Apply at the All slr i ices 105 West Unive' sly A n. Ask low ,ho rule drive application Nocalls please AlirmativeAc'iuoniEqual Opportunity Employer AVON 375 8967 Sell Avon Full or Part lime We Train Benefits Insuance 4 30-75 13 EARN $35 This week for new donors for 2 plasma donalions on our new automated ma chines Special bonus programs each month Free reIreshments free parking Experienced staffsl rvingyousince 1969 Call or stop by Ganesville pLasma 238 SW dih Ave 378 9431 Mon Fri 8 7 Sal 8 2 4 30 73 13 APPLICATORS WE TRAIN S FT'T WE TRAIN FT'PT /r59 hr -finishers Lnon union) / $14 he mgmt (entry level) I franchise available CALL TODAY 813-66 7771 20 22 13 Paying $125 to persons wavnicled cuts, scrapes, or other injuries to be on anti bi oticstudy Blood tIasreir d Call334 5379 4-3 20-13 NEW ENGLAND BROTHERSISTE CAMPS MASS Counselor Positions for program specialist Team Sports, Ten fps Performing Arts, Waterfront Inqure Mah Kee-NacBoys) '90 Linden Ave, Glen Ridge NJ 07028 Danbee(girls, 15 Horseneck Road. Moniville NJ 07045 Please call 1 800 776-0520 4 10 48 13 Summer Jobs Outdoors Over 5 000 Openingsl Na' onal Parke Foreals F ire Crews Sandslamp for free details 113 E Wyoming. Kaispel. MT 501 3-6-20 Need volunteers for a 2 week study of a naw psoriasis meditation 331 5379 3 In yI 'Inl .11 S''0 Ni 9 T Acv' full .l I r, 4 r *31 [I'' Ni me p 0 '0 i"i no Klldita S, Ou Cu4%~AI I Iod 75ur Maj hos H .p isc +.t~ t gr rouse p g $ U C inlnroi .I MONEY AND FUN [IHE WILD oCk ng tor models And dancers F ui'flue No experience medcsaCrq CA 3>t, Fill! 0 set up inter vw a 2 S A I -all 1990 openings for live in graduate Hall Direcor s and live on Stafl Resour ce Assistants in Housing Hall Directors superv so 38 R6s'rent Assistanis in a hall 01 150 400 slUdents Resource Ass's rants develop and tacilitate programming Ind e5oces IQ' reder'culte stall Ap plicancs nr ,I do Admn 1 0 graduate school pnro' nd 1or 0 12 ours pretera fly n student personne counseling or I ghet educalla arnd have some organ led g-oup is ng eperience The begin Ming salary s $5400no monIhs less the coa1 01 a furnished apartment $50 a month) which includes utnies PcSl 101 phone and as i C cable service Total academic year compensation package Approximately $6550 Application dead |ine March 1 1990 Apply to Norbert Dunkel. Housing Office 392 2161 EEO/Aflirmat've Action Employer 2 23WALaG HELP WANTED 4 1~ 1 11 1, BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS, terminals pc's buy seil loa nt & repelr Cmretprices COAL ITY CDCS 818W Univ 338 0378 4 30 Going out of men's apparel business All POLOby Ralph Lauren starting a $11 25 Everything must go' Marc Downs Apparel at Newberry Crossing A Galor Plaza 3 RESUMES Same day Next day Many Styles A Fonts Edilung PC Lab 17 ST & Univ 372 5500 STRIKE GOLD witn the PC Lab Gold Card unlimited use of computersA soliware $99/4 months 372-6500 2 23 5 14 Marketing Product Manager Progressive rapidly growing biotechnology service company based in Ocala seeks an mivid ual to Tom our marketing remm Lfe scl ence degree and research lab experience desired Some overnight travel required Reaponsibiies will include technical as siStance, advertioing/literalure develop rent national sales team support, new product developmentevaluatlion To ar range for a cont' denial interview, please call Gone Platter, vp salesMktrg at 904 351 1133, or send a resume to P 0 Box 3565 Ocala. FL 32d78 228-5-14 A national full service brokerage TrM is looking for hard-working motivated peo pl to work in their Palm Beach Gardens office No experience necessary Call Mr DeaIer 1-800-821 9494 2 21 1-14 Wild Hair now relaxer. care free curls weaving & all black hair care services by Tony 13th & Unv 7 days a week 374 8687 3-1 5 14 15 PERSONALS LAOIE MAKE MOEY We buy & sell good used clothing Call Second Act 373.5527 4 30-75 15 8aybIstseady PERSONALS A Pius Notes We are expanding o Other Tol'egos n Are seeking responsible honest mtivared people or fulltime man age ii pri 1'On G real career oppo urn lies compenive salary and beneis It 'nierested Please call 371 6954 2 23 10 13 Computer Opepaior/Secretary Parr time position Wordperlect 5 0 rail merge and programming Hours and salary no gotable Call Girls Club for Renis or Maria 373 4475 {9 00 6 00) 2 27 10 13 CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN or Roadway & drainage design I yr mini mum CAD experience, good benefits & pleasant working conditions send re sume by 2290 to Tr County Engineer ,ng PC BOX 54) Seeview, Fl 32620 FOE) 2 2710 13 COME TONEW HAMPSHIRE lo, the sum Mer OursTlnding broihler/sster sports ,amps on 22mi lake near On Golden Pondi slo socks staff All trans pd Inter views availl Robindel (girls) 215 004 3326 Winaukee (bys 9?4 698 1833 CAMP WEKEELA FOR 8OYS)GIRLS CANTON MAIN One of America's most prestigious camps seek creative dynamos for staff pol ions June 18 Ihru Aug 18. for tennis waterfront position, gymnastics dance/drema, camp crats/ropes. art of flice, kitchen, Maintenance and many olher positions It you think you re tops, Reply at 130 S Merkle Ad. 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Deceptively tough trip ahead for UF By ALEX MARVEZ "ood ib' I ii.i(OV Arnold AllI palo r Writer suid h ley pl]ay g((A td otn., uid -1Ihy've liih enough to MIre somc I liertig Ih seaso .t hdli I Iillus ai berl tho No I (hlb in the alpL ar il'L I I I I s ba IInllS! T' A( id In T tt r l i'5 itm a "W gimth Liswt kendgamil pr Wohin the (aiors lAy fourth nul ipitwrhiorist Miani and Ilor ranked Mitmi (1I) it 7:30 to id or inIttrn.i tonal woutLd be is right adl 2 1 i m Sturdiay, they Itlhdult lV t ouhlii have been il'so will hive to ae a different II PAst atmtosphere than what Itr young IHe Ilm ttrallet hav' i v Yet squad isattitmred to DT' play smtrter rettrng Iron the teami og suriat at Mlark I ight stadiun, fhor reat lied las Years (ollegt is artiit iAl trt, itd more than Worl ri> and wArent ex Send plans are exp.Nttd it watch piled tobhi irIOng[heiop olgieach game powers [[[ tl2 last year) hus Ihe Galors ell I hiirdLiv after onl two sliaters back in] lost its noon tor Miamt and planned to ttihlt Irwiu Anthony Hiksquit practice LT irtntis stadium In the ate lad' sait evening Io get used Cu the new But over the past week, Miaun playing su rface. the triml hit and swept top-ranked Texas in a threefielded some balls earlier in the game series and FlU defeated No week on Florida Field F lorida State to reaffirm both The only starter Arnold has an suads as serious threats to "he ocea for this weekend is Cord 1 5th-ranked Gators (6-3) Corbitt (10, 4 32 ERA), who is "Fverybody says they (Miami) scheduled to face hurior right lonI't have much this year -they hander Shawn Purdy (20, 386 los this, hey lost that [They've got FRA) in tonight's game Golfers hope to defend 2 ranking at Doral By JEFF MORIARTY Alligator Wrter [he UF men's golf team will haveore main thing to defend this weekend when it travels to Miami hor the lora Park Iwit alonal its reputation as the nation's secand-ranked team. But Coach Buddy Alexander said it won't be easy to defend because the team might have to play better this weekend than it has all year -even better than at the Cator Invitational two weeks ago where the Gators won both the team and individual titles "I think this is one of the tournaments that if we play like we did in the Gator, we probably will not win," Alexander said. Pat Bates, Jeff Barlow, Chis DiMarco, Dudley Hart and Kevin Hammer will have to play their best this weekend because 11 of the nation's top 25 teams will participate The highest-ranked teams behind UF are No 6 Tulsa, No. 8 lmuisiana State and three teams at No 11 -Florida State, Georgia Tech and Stanford "I don't think we have any ad vantage overanyonedlse, Alexander said. "FlThere are a ltt of teams that have a chance to win and I think we're one of them." 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IRID\W I RRIIA14Y 23 I A I JGAoR I' Consistency a necessity UF to hold SEC track meet for men' S By GUERRY SMITH Alligator Writer rhe UF men's tennis team, comng off its most important victory under Coach Ian Duvenhage, will try to maintain its consistency in three dual matches this weekend at the Varsity Courts. The Gators face Illinois on Friday, Florida International on Saturday and Southwestern Luisiana on Sunday. All are unranked In its Southeastern Conference opener last weekend, UF upset 23rd ranked Mississippi State, equaling its 1989 SEC victory total "We really played well last weekend, Duvenhage said. "But we're still a young team, and with that kind of youth, you tend to be inconsistent." The Gators have two freshman, xnnis squad three sophomores, I junior and a senior in their starting iteup, EM. Women play three on the road. The IF women's tennis team will have the unusual task III rebounding from a loss when it travels to the Carolinas the week end for three dual miarches The Iady Gators play South Car ohna on Friday, 12th-ranked Duke on Saturday and Clemson on Sunday. Fourth-ranked Georgia deteated the Gators 5-4 last Saturday, IFsfirst loss in a SEC dual match Five UF players remain unbeaten for the season. Freshman Andrea Farley, ranked No 2 nationally, is 5-0: Amy Alam and JillIan Alexander are 4-0, Cathy Goodrich is 3-0; and Holly Lloyd is 1-0 By JOSEPH TODD Alligator wrier Strong performances will be ceded from everyone if the UF men's and women's track teans are to win the Southeastern Conference Indoor Championships this weekend in the O'Connell Center The event favors a squad with depth over one that is composed of just a few superstars. As evidence, LAuisiana State won last year's men's division, when injunesto Mark Everettand Tony Jones depleted the UF squad LSU has won the women's meet for three consecutive years Then there are someevents that the Gators don't even compete in, like the pentathlon. That's why the Gators will need as many people as they can get to score points in other events. 'The SECs are tough for us," UF coach John Webb said afterlis Iam. defeatrd S1'I )I a meet [wri weeks ago LI U wll 1ILA 25 points in Ihe plentdihOTI hetorth Flw meet even starts om us I'or the nicen srontg 1 l!or dances almost are a certainty front veterans lte tm (41 Kemp and I-al inand Everett mussed last year's sF Indoors with a hamstring injury, but came back in the outdoor season to win his third (onset clive SEC outdoor title Phis season, Everett won his second jl S-meter run in a rowat the Millrose Gam(es and easily won the 800 at the liarnett Bank Invitational Kemp has not slowed sine winning last years 400 in 46 38 seconds This year, Kemp Iirst stopped Olympian Antonio McKay's 17-meet win streak at the Millrose Games, for which he was named the Millrose Hall of Fame Athlete of the Meet, and then a week later he set the continental U S. record with a 45 83 in the 400 it lhe Bal [it-i R lnk Imilawolial haunonli ;imn ue NICMi All Aniricar, may he le pre Imier hlrdlr II tIN ai lite won list veal's i3 indoor and 110 cut door si C hurdhr 1lles as til as the NCXAitIdoorLhaimpuounshipno the 35 hurdles List year. he Lidy Gators im shed fourth, and hike the men, they will he gunning ;or LSt' IMe addton o Monifa taylor in the hurdles nd springs and Kimberly Mitt ie i lite triple jumnp has bolstered a small but talented 5(lldi Ania Howard is leading the squad with NCAA indoor qualify Log 'nt'soithe 55and 200 laylor hasqualifi edn the 55 hurdles and Leah Kirklin in the triple jump Veterans Dorchille Webster (55 hurdles) and Tisha Dow lng (200 and 400) are close to qualifyng the meet starts at 8 30 a m Saturday an d I1 30 a im Sunday TORPEPO Y BUE!Lff /FAJ zt il I 'I -a a-. AAA N --I -t r -aAt Sinney's seafood Festival we mike sure our dekuous seafld dinerm ike Fred or Baked Fish, Fned or Chartroikd Shrimp, Seafond Platter, ard Shnmp Scampt are more than affordable And that m lkie, unlmited tnps to Shoneyr' Soup, Salad and Fmit Bar Next time you want great seakod it a great pnce, head to Shorey\ Well make sure you get a tab that won't hk you (sit of the water CS1ONEY& SEANODFESIWAI ED z INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS ZU& Saturday, February 24 -2 p.m. Sunday, February 25 -11:30 a.m. O'Connell Center See Top Athletes from the SEC Compete Under One Roof ADMISSION $4 -adults $2 -UF students and everyone 17 and under Ak 'V Healthy Advice from Eat Your Broccoli ilatior Advetisin Black History SPOTLIGHT Alexandre Dumas is best known for his great novels, The Three Muskateers, The Man in the Iron Mask, and The Count of Monte Cristo He was also a prolific playwright who authored 40 plays in 15 years Henry II! et So Court, written by Dumas in 1829, is described as the first great triumph of Romantic drama Julia wilOO Black History Month History Spotlight DIrCLor Advarisin0run as a public service of The ndpende fionda Allgator / 1' 4 C Li tv I[

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SPORTS Lady Gators earn 65-46 win vs. UCF RIANI)OI -Rhvonpa Snth stored a g.iet-high polnis and pulled ma 10 r1oiindiis lhurldav oughi, leading tie If WI']L('CIN bdhketlboil teari to ui.H victory I'r T. intral Florida l lnya ry ( McGhee addcd 18 pots ill tile wiminmg ellrt For the lady Gators ', not a parucularly strong (ain at the li li los season, made 20 or 22 free i tlit gaiieSt Limproved to 14 11 A ROUND SPORTS ,iuard Kelly I incoln scored 14 poits and Slirnnon King chipped in 10 For the jady Kighs (7 18) I lit lIdc (ators broke out It a lead that it a large as 10 points midway through the a I l it i held a 35-20 lead at halftime c iiI 1 1r t o I Llet' with Ii In tree o ,flits % 1 1 o nd period, but several key !tree pui> itos from guard Camille Ri(eidge ileLcd Ulpull away ((CF pulled out all the stops tonight," I lvV (al interimi coach Lea Henry said, liii wi a good thing II made us play 'Itart (telnse for more than 15 seconds" CC. F ha, never won in the 12-game seines lit lady (macors conclude the regular sea son Sunday wth a 2 p m game against andertbilt i Nashville, Tern Swimmers In hunt at SECs rlSCAlOOSA, Ala -The UF men's swim team is i first place and the women are in second after-Day 2 of thefSoutheastern Conference swimmingand diving champon ships at the Alabama Aquatic Center The Gators. hold a 17.5-point advantage over host Alabama, with 256 points, led by Martin Zubero, who set four records in conpetition Thursday The Lady Gators trail by a point, behind Tennessee's 243 the tournament continues through Saiorday Soccer tournament this weekend Eight women's soccer teams from around the state and the Southeast will participate this weekend in the annual UF Soccer Cup. coordinated by the [IF women's soccer club UF will have two teams in the two-day event. The other teams participating are Georgia, Florida State, Wesleyan, and top recreation teams from Clearwater, Seminole and Winter Haven. The tournament begins at 10 am Satur. day at two sites on campus. University Village South Field, which is behind married housing on 34th Street, is the primary field, and Hume Field will be used as the secondary site. UVS will be the site of the final, which is set for 2 p.m. Sunday. TBS gets the NFL ATLANTA -Turner Broadcasting System will televise47NFLgames in primetime over the next four years, under terms of an agreement between the network and the league announced Thursday. TBS will broadcast 35 regular-season contests, including nine regular-season games over the first nine weeks of the 1990, 1992 and 1993 seasons, and eight regular-season contests in the first eight weeks of 1991. Alligator staff write and United Press International contfribnted to this report. Gym dandy! UF wins 3-team meet Attendance goal falls short By SHARON GINN Alligator Writer lit I It li-nc i U] Syria ast us team esily toppled No Oklahoma and No 10 Anona scate mi ront oh 5.212 plans in the 0'( monedl I enter Thursday night I lItti s stored 188 Ulo Oklahoma's 186 85 and ASUJs 186 55 before the season s largest crowd to win the second annual Burger King Challenge But the atiendance wasn't high enough to break the Soulheastern Conference record of 0,b5I set at last year's Challenge against Alabama Juior Pa [lius, who is emerging as one of the Cators' most sold performers, scored a career best 38.15 to win her first all-around title Arizona State's Suzy Baldoc k and Oklahoma's Jessica Frey scored 37 75 to tie for second oveirl itts also won the floor exercise event, tying her career high of 9.75 Baldock plated second with a 9 70, and IF sophomore Christia McDloiald posted her caM ore than 5,000 people turned out to the O'Connell Center for Thursday night's gymnastics meet. UF officials, though, were hoping to break the record of 10,651 set at last year's Burger King Challenge against Alabama -which was a Southeastern Conference record. reer-best score. a 9 60, to take third With the rni-meet victory, the Gators im-n proved to 6-3 overall. Oklahoma dropped to h, whtle \ri/ona State fell to 6-5 IF innor Fracy Wilson, the Gators' op performer this season on the beam sprained her knee slightly during warup on that event, and missed both the betal, and the flor exercise But McDonald took er, tying her career high score of 970 (n the beanm to take first. Freshman Jeanette Hrubes improved her season-best from an 8 15 to a 945 The Gators posted a season-high bars total of 47 55. McDonald scored a career high 9 W, tying for first place in that event with Oklahoma's Monica Fields hitus look third on the bars with a 9 70 ASU's Molly Carpenter won the vault event, scoring a 9 45 Titus, Frey. Baldock and Oklahoma's Tricia Bonomo all tied for second m the vault with a 9.40 Gators can tie team mark for futility or break streak asrainst Commodores By JASON DAVIS Allgator Staff Wrter Game No. 14 is Saturday It is The Game as far as the UF basketball team is concerned It is the game in which the Gators can decide if this season will be marked in the record books as a monumentally bad one. Or it could serve to bring some self-respect back to a struggling squad s Whatever it becomes, Saturday's game at Vanderbilt still holds importance for the Caters. UFwill betryingtoavoid theunflattering distinction of losing a school-record-tying 14 consecutive games when it travels to the Memorial Gymnasium in Nashville, Tenn for a 4 p m contest against the Commodores. The Gators lost their 13th in a row Wednesday night, 79-54 to Mississippi State, leaving interim coach Don DeVoe fearing the worst for this weekend's Southeastern Conference matchup 'When you lose by this margin at home, it shows you have lost concentration totally," DeVoe said following the loss "If you don't have all your guns loaded in the SEC, you're going to take a beating." Vanderbilt's big gun is 6-foot-2 junior guard Scott Draud, who averages 15.4 points and 2 1 rebounds a game He scored 14 points against the Gators in the Commodores' 71-64 victory over UF last month in the O'Connell Center If there is any hope for UF, it is that Vanderbilt -which has lost its last seven contests -also is struggling this season. The Commodores stand at 12-12 overall, and are in ninth place in the 10-team conference with a 5-10 SEC mark UF, of course, is in the 10th spot. The Gators own a 6-18, 2-13 record. Another SEC loss would ensure them of a last-place finish in the conference. U On the air. Saturday's game will be broadcast by WOGX-TV Ch. 51 via Jeffer. son-Pilot Syndication. It will be broadcast on radio by WRUF (103.7 FM, 850 AM). as Oklahoma, Arizona State tumble fl -M tM UP, Hsle IrlGmly lks for dribbling room during Weaday's 7964 IoM to Mississippi Stat.