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Hispanics overlooked in black/white tension I



By DEBBIE CENZIPER "whether through my speaking to nic students, yet Hispanics are as perceptions." color, he said.
people and them making fun of the much a minority as others.
Alligator WriterIn group But HSA member Victor Malo Malo said the recent formationof
way I speak,or looking at me funny Hispanics have a low represen- said Hispanics sit more on the sidelines a white rights group, which is
the midst of racial tensions when I say my name. You can tation of faculty members, lower in the fight between blacks now awaiting UF approval to be-
between blacks and whites, an- notice the difference in people and whites.
than any other minority group ex- come an official organization, affects
other minority group said it is con- when I say" my name is Juan insteadof cept American Indians,which limit "We're caught in the middle, blacks more than Hispanics.
sistently ignored even though the John. the number of role models stu- more of a neutral area," Malo said. Although Affirmative Action laws,
tensions affect them also.
Several organizations,includingthe dents may have, Gonzalez said. "Blacks versus whites is more of which the group is opposed to,
Juan Vitali, founder of the for- Hispanic Student Associationand Hispanic students also tend to an older racial tension." apply to Hispanics as well as
mer Hispanic Student Union, said the Hispanic Engineering Society score lower on the College Level unified blacks, Malo said he doesn't feel
Blacks present a more
although Hispanic students repre- try to group together the Academic Skills Test and similar threatened by the group."I .
force than Hispanics, Malo said,
sent a large minority at UF, their estimated 2,094 Hispanic studentson tests, he said.
problems are overlooked. Hispanics because there are manydifferenttypes think they have a right to form
face discrimination, but it's not campus. "If you look at typical indicatorsof of Hispanics such as Cuban, their own union," Malo said. "But
as evident as that faced by blacks, Quality of Life Task Force cochairman progress, it's hard to say that Mexican and Spanish. I'm not in accordance with what
he said. and education professor Hispanics are doing OK,"Gonzalezsaid. Hispanics may fit in better be- they stand for because I don't
"I've experienced many in- Gerardo Gonzalez said UF tends to "It's just that we don't have cause they are more integratedthan think they know what they're talk
stances of racism," Vitali said, ignore the problems facing Hispa- any real data to tell us of students' blacks and have a lighter skin ing about."


Bryan starts



final weekBy


RONALD DUPONT JR.
Alligator Writer

After almost 30 years of service to UF "
,I%low including a short term as its leader '
during one of its worst scandals ever -
Interim President Robert Bryan will I
begin his final week in Tigert Hall today. i
One might think this week would be ,
an emotional time for him a time to I
be teary-eyed, to shake thousands of {

41AR hands, to make numerous farewell ,
\
speeches.Not .
so, he says. a
"It's just like any other week," Bryan
A said Sunday from his new home. "You
.
'
just keep doing things until you have to
quit."

C;: ., Bryan spent Saturday and Sunday
.
) '. .'. .. .' moving out of the massive President's
,-
.
: : Mansion and said if anything is different

about his final week, it will be his sched-

-.., .. ', ule at home.
"The coming week will\ be unusual -
buying stuff and having to put it together,
'i..
> running down to Home Depot every half-
hour," he said. "(My wife's) very happy.All .
E. ANN STODOARD of her nesting instincts are in full
Something fishy bloom."
Nour Nazef, a graduate student in civil engineering, swims at the O'Connell Center pool. He says he swims three Even his final staff meeting Friday,

times a week for the exercise. when he officially meets for the last time
with those people who have worked for
him for years, will\ be no different, he

Survey rates Infirmary above average says."No melodrama,"Bryan said."We'll go

around the room and talk like we've
bottom of the survey, a yes/no question pressed with waiting,understanding Student always done."
By NICOLE SNEED asked students if they knew they could seea Health Services procedures, and general Bryan joked that his last week may be
Alligator Writer physician by request. campus impression of services. hectic but shouldn't be too difficult.After

The Infirmary is cruising through school Students gave the Infirmary "B's" in con- History senior Robert Levinski said he all, he doesn't have to deal with budgets.
with a "C+" average, according to a survey venience, confidentiality,phone service, personal gave the Infirmary a "C"for general impres- "Those are all Dr. Lombardi's tasks,"
sponsored by the Student Health Outreach impression of services and staff sion on campus because he and his friends he said, laughing.
Team. attentiveness.The Infirmary received a grade have had bad experiences, but he said ser- Lombardi!,who will be sworn in as UPs
Now members of SHOT are planning to point average of 3.28 in staff attentivenesswith vices have improved in the four years he has ninth president Monday, said he too,
sort their list of recommendations before 43 percent of the respondents giving been using them."I doesn't expect his last week which

handing it in to administrators.Each them an "A." know a lot of people who won't come ends Wednesday at Johns Hopkins Uni-

semester, the survey asks studentsto Respondents gave the lowest scores to here because they're not sure of the service, versity to be unusual."I .
grade Infirmary features, which includes waiting time, understanding procedures and but I think they are good Levinski said, don't go for elaborate goodbyes,"he
distinguishing between their personal impression general campus impression of Student Health adding that he gave the Infirmary "A's" for said. "You sign your last papers, shake
Services.But hands and walk out the door.On Wednesday -
of services and what they thought
see Infirmary, page 8 "
was the general campus impression. At the respondents said they were less im- I'm gone.

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Competition with events throughoutthe Circle K, will meet tonight at 8 Ultimate: Beginners are welcomeat OSSSOLUTIONS
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6 in Reitz Union Room 121 for a Good Book: Chi Alpha Cam- Honors Week: Golden Key will How to select and use symbols
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I Demand for housing low; fall lottery canceled i I IBy



PATRICIA LEE 6,400 on-campus housing spaces, 2,700 are the number of spaces available,Worley said. ence and the last four digits of their social
Alligator Writer alloted for those who want to continue livingin Of the 2,700 spaces reserved, 2,100 are security numbers.
the dorms. set aside for the usual drawing. The other Each group of 97 to 100 names is placed
Dormitory residents who wish to remainon Because of limited opportunities for re- 600 are spaces alloted for students who into a barrel and any student included in
campus traditionally have taken their newals, the lottery was established to give apply and interview to live in co-ops, and for one of the first 21 groups drawn is guaranteed
chances at getting fall housing. But this year all students a chance to live on campus. students who live in Yulee Scholarship Hall, housing for the fall.
their odds are improved.The Although entries for the drawing usually for which they must meet special require- The Division of Housing usually receives
Division of Housing announced last outnumber the spaces available, the lotterywas ments. more entries than it can handle, but the
week there would be no lottery for fall canceled this year because the Divisionof "We have 493 over the quota for the lottery has been canceled twice before,
housing because fewer students applied Housing did not receive as many requestsas lottery, but based on previous experienceand Worley said. For students who don't wantto
than in past years. in the past, Housing Associate Director what we know about cancelations and move, the canceled lottery was good

All 2,593 students who sent a housing Jack Worley said. change of plans,everything should work out news.
request and a $100 deposit to the housing "Why that many students didn't apply, we fine," Worley said. "In fact, we've alreadyhad "It came as a relief to me because I can't
office before the Feb. 14 deadline now are don't know," Worley said. 50 students petition after the deadline, afford to live off campus right now,"said Bill
guaranteed housing for the fall semesterand "That's like asking, 'Why don't studentsdo and they're all getting in." Barnwell, a freshman in Murphree Hall.
don't have to worry about being selectedin things on time?' But we're as happy as The lottery was started about 10 years Anyone interested in housing for the fall
the"lottery," the random drawing usually we can be about it, because it means we'll ago, and since then, every spring semestera still may have a chance, Worley said. Stu-
held each spring. be able to accommodate more students," drawing has been held Worley said. Stu- dents should contact the housing office"the
Because UP tries to give all incoming Worley said. dents living on campus are notified in November sooner, the better, because there may be
freshmen a chance to live on campus, stu- And even though there may appear to be and reminded in the spring to send room left,but it's still gonna be pretty snug."
dents who already live in dorms must com- extra space because the lottery was can- their requests and $100 deposits.They then Information about petitions is available
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I Activist: Individual key in fight against toxic waste I


By NANCIE GARNER "But I recommend we start minding An executive member of Con- States in 1940. By 1950,that figure "As long as you're producingtoxic
our neighbor's business, too." cerned Citizens of North Florida, had tripled. The 1986 estimate of chemicals and not eliminat-
Alligator Writer
Calling themselves "The Doom Dressler researches and provides hazardous waste in the countrywas ing them, you are directing them
Individuals who are concerned and Gloom Sisters," Dressler and environmental information for any 304 million tons, an increaseof toward someone," O'Briant-John-
about the environment must demand Sandra O'Briant-Johnson de- person or group who wants it. 600 percent over 46 years. son said.
an end to the production of scribed how more than 125 rivers, "Anywhere you look, there's a But the American Chemical Society Dressler recommended recycl-
toxic wastes, environmental activ- lakes and coastal waters in Floridaare problem," she said. "You don't published a report estimatingthe ing and conscientious consump-
ist Kerry Dressier said Thursday. documented to have visible have to go out and look for some- amount of current waste as tion as a means of reducing the
Each year, millions of tons of signs of pollution affecting fish, thing to work on, it will come to somewhere between 580 million use of toxins on the individual
contaminants and toxins seep into shellfish and wildlife. In Alachua your front door knocking." and 2.9 billion tons. level. By buying non-toxic, recyclable
the country's soil and water, County alone,there are 300 known Each year, household and automotive "We really have no idea how products, hazardous wastes
Dressler said during a workshopat leaking gas tanks. products release more oil much of these hazardous materialswe can be eliminated at the house-
the University Methodist Florida ranks sixth in the nation into Florida's soil than was are producing," Dressler said. hold level.
Church. for the number of superfund sites dumped by the Exxon Valdez, a Eliminating the use of toxic re- "We're talking about a national
"As people,we seem to have our -which are marked by the federal report issued by the Florida De- sources is the only way to solve the problem,but we don't have to look
own family lives and our own work government as areas so contami- partment of Environmental Regu- problem, O'Briant-Johnson said. past our front and back doors to
lives, and as long as nothing is nated that they warrant immediate lation states. Building incinerators and landfillsis see it,"Dressler said. "The crux of
dropped on our doorstep, we mind attention. Eleven such sites exist More than 500,000 tons of hazardous just creating a different type of what is happening now,is we need
our own business," Dressler said. within 60 miles of Gainesville. waste existed in the United problem.CAMERA more citizen involvement.

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Thousands of international observers spread out Council, said the polling was "completely normal"
across the country to scrutinize the fairness of the apart from the closing of seven polling stations in
voting, making the election the most closely watchedin northern and central Nicaragua "because the move-
the nation's violence-wracked history. ment of armed counterrevolutionaries (Contras) has ,
The verdict of the most influential observers been detected."
former President Jimmy Carter, the United Nations Fiallos said in a national radio and television address
and the Organization of American States could that another 12 polling stations had been moved due SI l LandA
determine whether the Bush administration continuesits to a perceived threat of attacks by U.S.-backed Contra
support of the Contra rebels or begins a normalization rebels. But there were no reports of combat in l people
process with the Sandinista government.Tens Nicaragua.At .
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the 7 a.m. start of voting. voting center to open pushed their way through a
Ortega was one of the first to vote,casting his ballotat narrow gate. Radio Reports from Esteli, 160 miles
voting station No. 166 in-downtown Managua, just north of the capital, said a 78-year-old woman died of
two blocks from the headquarters of Chamorro's an apparent heart attack as she prepared to vote.


. Bishops seek non-violent solutionsJOHANNESBURG I tJ X00\

South Africa (UPIAnglican) African president as soon as possible on obstacles
bishops of southern Africa urged for the first time standing in the way of formal power-sharing negotia- q1
Sunday that the African National Congress suspendits tions aimed at ending the country's racial conflict ,
armed struggle against white rule, citing President Although the bishops have consistently stated their
Frederik de Klerk's reform initiatives.Led opposition to violence as a political weapon, they have
by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the bishops, acknowledged factors that drove the ANC to take up For more information on all Israel Programscall
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Greek system working toward integrationBy


KEVIN COTTON nization once he realized it wasn't helpinghis members. fraternal relations."It .

education."It Tracey Waite, a white sophomore, said
and JANET THOMAS can become a problem because theydon't
Alligator Writers had no relativity on my situation hereat she joined the traditionally black sorority, know where we come from, and we
the university and Gainesville," he said."I Zeta Phi Beta, because she liked what the don't know where they come from," he said.
Three years ago, Shawn came to UF with saw no need for the fraternity. organization stood for. And UF junior Carolyn "It puts you in somewhat of a funny posi-
hopes of getting an education and enjoyingthe "When I first got here, I didn't know Perry became one of a few white KAPsi tion."
social atmosphere.As anything of Kappa Alpha Psi or the other sweethearts because it was simply some-
a freshman with a small number of black fraternities. When I got here, all I thing she wanted to do. Professor Jack Faricy, faculty adviser for

friends, Shawn decided that the best way to heard about was rush, so I decided to see "Becoming a Kappa Sweet wasn't Kappa Sigma, said although Greek organi-
meet people was through the Greek system.So what it was like. It's not like I went lookingfor planned. I didn't do it for a particular reason.I zations on campus are either solely black or
he decided to rush at the houses on a white fraternity." I just did it," Perry said. white, none can choose its members basedon

Fraternity Row. In fall 1988, Travis Ross, a sophomore, Two black women, Margot Roper and race.
f When the rushing and bidding was over, decided to participate in rush after meeting Michelle Rosemond, are now sisters of the "The university has policies of non-dis-
Shawn had been chosen as a pledge for another black student who had decided to predominantly white sororities, Alpha Omi- crimination concerning the Greek system,"
Alpha Epsilon PL However Shawn did not join a fraternity. In becoming a member of cron Pi and Phi Sigma Sigma, respectively.While Faricy said. The small number of blacks in
meet traditional standards for a pledge. He Phi Kappa Tau, Ross felt he didn't suffer any there has been some change, most white fraternities is mainly because only 5
was a black student rushing a white frater- prejudice from his friends or new fraternity Greek organizations still remain either pre- percent of the campus is black and when
nity. Soon afterward, Shawn found out why brothers."I dominately black or white. The four tradi- they do pledge it's with a traditionally black
only a few blacks rush white fraternities. don't think I would have pledged if I tionally black fraternities at UF, Kappa fraternity."

After participating as an active AEPi thought there would be any negative feed- Alpha Psi, Alpha Phi Alpha, Omega Psi Phi While UF's Greeks remain as separate as
back from friends Ross said. and Phi Beta Sigma, are still all black.
brother for two years, Shawn distanced him- other parts of our society, Interfraternity
self from the fraternity because of an ab- Ross said because the fraternity had other KAPsi President Ernest Humphries said Council president Tom Scantilli, says the
sence of understanding from his fraternity minority members it helped ease his transi- that although UF's chapter is all black, he council is taking measures to better rela-
brothers. tion. Phi Kappa Tau currently has three is sure there are some white members na- tions with the Black Greek Council.
"One of the biggest problems is the lack black fraternity brothers. tionally. Humphries said although he is not
of sensitivity due to the lack of knowledgeof "I 1 guess this is where I felt comfortable. prejudiced, he is leery of those who join a Scantilli said with the addition of Kappa
fraternity of different racial origins."I Alpha Psi member Derrick Lyons on the
another persons' background, Shawn There are other minority brothers, and that
said. They made jokes that were meant for helped," he said. am not in favor of it," Humphries said. executive board, relations are improving

laughs. But they also made jokes that were But Greek' integration is not occurringjust "Not that I am prejudiced, but I would not between the two councils.

meant to alienate me from the other brothers. in fraternities. Sororities,both black and want someone to put themselves in a posi- "Everything we do, we want them to be a
." white, and "little sister" organizations are tion to be ostracized." part of," Scantilli said. The more we are
Shawn, who asked that his real name not becoming less aware of skin color and more Humphries said the different cultural aware of them the better we can work to
be used, grew disenchanted with the orga- conscious of the person when choosing their backgrounds also may put a strain on intra- gether."


I (01414111MLangston Campus Profile: Charles Harris Jr. I


Hughes ((1902-1967))
belongs in the ranks of the major By GENTRY BENJAMIN
American writers of the 20th cen- Alligator Writer

tury.Hughes Charles Harris Jr.has been assisting minority journalism
sometimes referred to students at UF since January 1987-and so far,it's looking 411 .
as "Poet Laureate of Harlem," was pretty good.

one of the better known authors of Experienced in recruiting, Harris has spent 10 years in
the Harlem Renaissance during the minority recruitment and affairs field. He worked for
the 1920s and 30s. He was also an both the University of North Florida and University of South

accomplished song lyricist, libret- Florida as coordinator of minority recruitment before com Yk
tist and newspaper columnist. ing to UFoHarris r s1.Y k

Through newspaper columns, he who graduated from UF in 1978, is director of the 4 r. 4 v I
created Jesse B. Simple, a Harlem Minority Scholarship Program, where he specializes in + .
character who saw life on the mu-
three major areas.
sical in Simply Heavenly.
stage The first is the recruitment of black students into the
Throughout the 1960s, Hughes College of Journalism and Communications. The second is z

edited several anthologies in an the retention of students, and the third is job placement.
attempt to popularize black authors -
Students are assisted with placement into internshipswhile
and their work including An
in school and jobs after graduation. The scholarship
African Treasury ((1960)). .
center also offers scholarships.But
Some of his popular works in-
Harris and the Minority Scholarship Office are re-
clude Weary Blues ((1926)),'Shakespeare -
sponsible for more than just scholarships. Along with
in Harlem ((1942)) and his
academic advisement and personal counseling, Harris also
autobiography, The Big Sea.
advises the Association of Black Communicators, a support
Born in Joplin Missouri,
organization for minority communications students.
Hughes graduated from Lincoln With the support from faculty and students, Harris said 001-
in 1928. Before becom-
University
he feels few improvements need to be made. Harris said he
writer, he was a literal "jackof
ing a
would also like to see the program open to all minority
all trades",working as a seaman,
waiter, garden worker and laundry students.,
sorter. Prior to graduation, "The integration aspect is very important,"he said."Black
students should become involved with other professional
in
Hughes worked as a busboy a
Washington, D.C hotel when organizations within the college, such as SPJ <(Society of

' Vachel Lindsay, a famous poet, Professional Journalists).
II day Harris helps shape the professional and aca-
stopped there as a guest.'Hughes Every s
put copies of three of his poems demic careers of students entering the journalism college.
I beside the poet's plate in the dining His advice to the young people" of UF is a reflection of his

I room and returned to the own philosophy on education.
: kitchen. "Minorities in the U.S. need to reach a level of acceptanceand

! Later, his first two books were tolerance," he said. "I think it is unfortunate that REGGIE GRANT-ALLIGATOR
black and white do not understand or
students compre-
published, launching a career in Charles Harris Jr., director of the Minority Scholarship Program for the
Because if students to get a full
hend try
history.
to sustain him for young
that
letters was
College of Journalism and Communications, recruits minority journalism I
would
there
in the
understanding of what happened past,
the rest of-his ANTOINETTE life. MOBLEY not be a need for wsu (white student union) or BSU (Black students, helps them obtain scholarships and assists them In finding

Student Union)." jobs.



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Hilary is the daughter of Jean Elizabeth Morgan, 42 -
the Washington plastic surgeon who spent more than
two years in jail after refusing to let her husband have
visitation rights with Hilary. Morgan charged that her
husband Eric Foretich had sexually abused the child but

couldn't prove it in court and was told to let Eric see his tl

daughter. She refused, sent her daughter away, was
found in contempt of court and sent to jail.

Some time last week, Eric went to Great Britian with
his investigators, looking for Hilary. His attorneys ob-
tained a court order and got testimony from a British
talk-show producer who had learned that Hilary had attended ii11iliumi ii iin HUMiinininninin
a prep school in England and was living with her
grandparents in New Zealand. Records from there were

very easy to check and Eric found his daughter late last
week.

Some may argue that it was good for the father to find Emotional column had mistakes
his daughter. Others would be hesitant because of the
_ .
sexual abuse unsubstantiated.We u
charges though they are
Regarding Mr. Uuponrs reo. 16 opinion in The
say the British journalist shouldn't have been in- Alligator. >> Cm Martinez
volved. The family trusted the journalist and now their Error #1The: Today party, not the chairman of the S
secret is out.for good or bad. Journalists should never be Election Commission filed a complaint against the PEAKING OUTfilled
Vision candidate who was quoted in The Alligator.
forced to testify. Ever.One .
Error #2: UF Student Body statute 720.7 prohibits with factual inaccuracies.
intentional comments designed to injure another can Anyone with legal training will tell you that the
last wordWe didate. But 720.71 does provide truth as a defense. proper forum for interpretation of the U.S.Constitutionis
The Honor Court chancellor, myself expected the a federal court. The Board of Masters can only
reporter to get on the stand and testify. If she felt she interpret the UF Student Body Constitution and
know everyone is sick of hearing about Student had a privilege, then show up and claim it and the statutes.The Board may apply settled federal law,but
Government and its elections but there is one more Election Commission will take it from there. we are not so presumptuous as to take on the role of
thing that we think you should know. His name is Pat Even attorneys who have a legally recognized the United States Supreme Court. Although I do not
Siracusa. privilege, as opposed to reporters, have to show up in expect you to know that, I do expect you to research
Siracusa has been in SG for about two years. He was court to testify. But don't expect not to be subpoenaedjust your articles for some factual basis.
because you feel you should have a privilege. From a correct statement,"Who are we to interpretthe
Student Senate's then elected
parliamentarian got as a Privileges are earned, they are not a right as U.S. Constitution,"you sink to a personal attack.
senator. Now, he's just hanging around. you see it. Until the present there is no legally recognized Who elected me?Well,4,220 students did last year.I .
You'll probably see Siracusa's name in the paper but reporter privilege. As chancellor I am bound to I was also endorsed by The Alligator. Personally
know right now that he holds no elected or appointed of- apply the law as it Is, not as I would like it to be. attacking an official on an incorrect premise is weak
fice in SG neither in Student Body President Ed This case did not involve a confidential informant.The and fit for a supermarket tabloid.
Scales' administration or in President-elect MichaelBrowne's case involved a quote.The commission knew who The chancellor is the judicial officer of Student
said it because the candidate's name appeared directly Government and as such has subpoena power granted
administration.In after the quotation marks. under UF Student Body Constitution, Article IV, Sec
similar responses at different times, (hmmmmm) The candidate denied making the statement. All tion 6G( ). The power is there, the only thing you can
both Scales and Browne said Siracusa is a good campaign the reporter had to do was to state "for the record" do is vote for a person who will use it wisely.As .
manager and loves political debate but wasn't and that she stood behind her story that's it! You'd a judicial officer am bound by the law as it is
won't be involved in policy-making. better believe if someone called me a liar I would -no reporter privilege not as you would like it to
defend myself. be. The legislature, not the judiciary, is the proper
Browne said
that though he is best
practically
even Error#3 The Honor court has
: no jurisdiction over forum to change a law that you do not agree with,
friends with Siracusa, he didn't want the man associatedwith professors, only students and their effects. that's what separation of powers is all about.
his campaign last month because "he's a thug" and Error#4: This is the big one. You did not"confront Contrary to Mr. Dupont's statement, it is factually
people hate him. me" about the matter, you asked me for informationabout inaccurate articles distorted by emotion, not sub-
About 10 days before election day, Browne officially informative the 720 article.codes under the pretense of writing an poenas, that weaken the bond between a newspaperand
asked Siracusa for help because of the talent he has with its readers.
That is a journalist's job to inform. Instead, Cris Martinez is the former chancellor of the Student
elections, but has assured us that Siracusa's days of SG overcome by emotion you wrote a personal attack Honor Court.
involvement are numbered."He .
doesn't speak for me ever," Browne said. "He LETTERS -TO THE EDITOR I

won't have anything to do with my administration. Group forms to grow tremendously.Those persons and created Friends through Racial
You're not going to see much of Pat Siracusa anymore, I filled with prejudice of any sort will Experiences Sharing in Humanity.
can guarantee it." share culturesEditor have to meet with this dilemma FRESH is not trying to change the
sooner or later and the results will world. We are simply creating a
alligator : The racial tension on this probably be negative. release along with some hope for
Editor I I campus is quite suffocating. We Why not face it now and attempt the vast number of students who
Lucy Chabot should all realize that we are hereto to release one's self from this unnecessary are as suffocated as I am
Managing Editor Opinions Editor i receive the education that will frustration? I urge all interested parties to
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton I aid in our future careers. We are Roxy Oliver,the president of the come listen to what we have to say.
I also here to learn how to deal with
Black Student Union held
i ,created some The initial meeting will be
Letters Policy people of various cultures, sort of hope for me as a young black Monday Feb. 26, at 8 p.m., in room
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (abuot one 8-by-10 page) They should be religions and races.
typed double-l lCed and signed' They should Include I typed name, address and telephone woman. B-65 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause /If you have any questions call Upon leaving UF, the various Now, 10 students, myself being Nicole Darby
the editorial page editor at 378-4458
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understanding Student Health Ser- how to improve Infirmary proce-
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limes and it's hard for me to keep used the Infirmary more often.
track of where I'm going," I Lahey Thirty-five percent of the respon-
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Yvette Canup said she was satis- Pikj
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see someone but was frustratedthat gathered to brainstorm possible
she couldn't schedule an ap- improvements where the Infir-
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weeks in advance. brainstorming sessions, Lane said,
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Lane said the Infirmary didn'tscore implausible solutions before turn-
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1 FURNISHED own rm, $150/mo + 1/2 bill. 1st&last mo. 1,2, A 3 Bedroom apt, Camelot unlurn./ Fireplace, barbeque 2bdr/1tm/ Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, hug
I rent 338-1465. 2-26-1-2 Pool, Tennis, Laundry pool view. 550mo. 373-4698 any pool,1/2 ml. to UF,$230/mo for own room
Traehouaa Vlllaga 2bdr/2ba F needed, 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373.3558 time. 3-1-10-4 1/2 cable A. util. 372-2857 Dennis. 2-
exc rmmtes, transp. provided to UF and 1 bdrm In Oxford Manor apt for rent, very 28-20-5
SFCC, wash/dry, $175/mo. 375.5384 Angela. clean, avail. Immediately, lava money by WILLIAMSBURG APTS. 1 bdr Pine Rush February free. Lease
2-10-1' ranting now, please call Kim 371-2837 or AVAILABLE NOWIII through April 30. $257.month call 376- Searching for studious but outgoing N/S
375-1626.' 3-2-6-2 1,2TH a 3Bdrms. 1573 or 392-6182 office Jack. 2-25-5-4 male rmmti( ) to look lor comfortable apt.
Large 142 BR apt. neatly furnithed.no Pool, Laundry to share fall 00 /or summer. Howard
pets, convenient UF 4 downtown, $250- 2bdr home and 2bdr apt, 3 talk from UF, 1 Block to UF/Shsnds Sublease Apt: 1bd/1ba/ new carpet, central 395-7258. 2.26.5.5CASABLANCA
275 mo. 378.5957. 2-28-5-1 both completely remodeled, some util. 2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253' heat/air/ wash/dry hook-up. $235/mo
paid. $350 and $260. Call David 373- first, no last, & 1100' sec. 395-0066 or own room/ba furnished
Furn Ibd/ba close to UF. Feb. free, until 8022. 2-26-10-2 MOUNT VERNON APTS. 495-2361. 2-28-6-4 townhouse, wa h r/dryr. ate. 200mo.
May 90 230mo. 302-6587 335-7650 1 & 2 Bedrooms 335-3888. 2-26-6-5
(alter 5pm) Call Shim. 2-27-2-1 WALK TO UFIII Studios $210 1BD $235 Pool/Laundry 2bdr/1 ba Apt. Carpeted, fenced yd for

2BD $285. College Park Properties: 411 Close to UF/Shands pets, avail 3/1 $220/mo/ In SW area. Key Need 1, 2 or 3 rmmts for 3bd/2ba apt In
FOR RENT: NW 15 St. 371.7777 22710.2 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389SUBLEASE management 372.3060((9-5pm) 336-0540 Three Oaks just 4 blkt to campui,micro-

after 5pm. 2.27-5.4 wave, paddle fans,w/d/ lacllll''''. Call 378-
DUCK POND AREA
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 1655. 3510.5
1 Bedroom Cozy Rear '107 NE 8 Street. : Sublet Mar-Apr The Woods (close to UF,
$235 Month. Phone 377-2615. 2-28-11-2 on SW) ,br/'ba (Turn, 1 pool, $267/mo/ no LAST MONTH FREE And security dep.
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-1280, 4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease
deposit required, 338.8038 wkdy, 372- tool rm/ba $225/mo
Piccadilly Apt ,own ,
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec.
One Block from campus Very Large room, 2876 wknd. 2-27-4-4
& 1/2 utllt. Call 'Jocko at 336-0208. 22755 -
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. nice house, cable in room, SW area,
Santa Fe Trace Apts 3781190. 4-30-75- $,95/mo utilities' Included Greg 376-3291. bath ft ,large 1 bdr oversized kitchen, 1 bdr apt. avail. March, walk to UF,
living room, brand new sculptured
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF a VA, quiet carpet, tile, a wall paper, dlahwtah & garbage $239/unfurn. or $259/furn. Call Tom 338- M/F/ to share 4bdrm house, non-amoker.
washer/dryer available in most units lor 1BDR apt, fans, cent ht/air; carpet; mini, disposal', $310/mo' Feb. free, 335- 1029 3-7-11-4 $140/mo' & 1/4 UIII, lit, lilt dep. Call
vertical blinds; on bus, near UF; $275, 0600. Close UF 373-4281, leave for Rick
to
$20 mo. Cats Allowed 1B-2B, 15 2 Bath Including water. 373.070'' 2-28-7-2 Picadilly Apts Sublet 1bd/unf. Wlndmeadows, March message anytima -
$250-$350, sec t Imr. 372-6422 4-30- 2283.4 through July. 372.8752 leave message. 2-27-5-5

SPACIOUSONE Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the THE LAURELS! Take over payments: I
BEDROOM APT. price of ona. Pool, tennis, sauna, wt. May through August. Furnished: dresser,
ONLY $260MO.LYONS room. Stonerldga Apts 3800 SW 34 St. desk, twin beds and own bath
APT 375-1121.' 4-30-45-2 $250/month & utilities CALL TODD 335-
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 9292. 325.4 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
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INCREDIBLE dow, hardwood firs, Wheat, 1 room avail. WOWI Hawaiian Village 2bd/2ba LARGE by Trude Michel Jafle
416' NE 2nd Ave $240/mo incl. util. 373- Sublet for
Efficiency Apt. apt. $440/mo Sum C woption
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Starting at $235 2 Bedroom I 1 Poet Alexander 1 Mama's mate 33 Starlet's dream
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avail. In beautiful, historic 4br/2ba month (reel) Sublease S months. MICRO CENTER/ Computer 378.1148 Sylvania am/lm radio & turntable, collec. Assumable/No qualify 2bd/2 1/2 ba
h.... 2blks from Tlgert, quiet studious Townhouse 2bdr 2 1/2/ ba and much more Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate tion of opera records, call Miriam alter' twnhs. $4000 down. 47900. MCPHER.SON .
but fun atmosphere, partially (urn. $217/mo lor Info call Glenn or Steve at H P. Price lime or lower than mail 4pm 3351408. 2-28-6-6 REALTY Realtor 375-1021 3-1-6-7
$135/mo & 1/4.371.2343. 2-27-5-5 332.2588. 3+5.5 order, Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb
((28mi), graphics monitor, ... RCA 19* color consol tv, excell.! condo Mill Run Townhouse 2bdr/2 1/2 ba,
Roommate Needed ASAP. Huge Masterbdr Female to share 2br/2bth NW house MC 286/12 $1195 Packard Bell 1295, must sell $125. Call 336-1150 alter' wash/dry partly turn, Ig bay window. Asking
In 3bdr apt rent nego. Call Joe or Jeffat washer, dryer, cable, fenced yard only MC 386SX SI495. Northgate 386/20 5:30pm.: 2-27-5-6 44500. Call 3724293. 325.7
335-2081, 2-28-5-5 $250/mo 1/2 util call Randy at 377.2537 $2399. PB 286 laptop whd & battery .
leave message. 2.28.4.5 $1999. CompuAdd 810 w20mb & graphics Typewriter Electric 14 inch Carr, Line
Oakbrook Condos F to sh 2bd/2ba/ lux monitor $970.1 & 3 year warranties., memory, EZ Correct, auto features, 2- 8 MOTORCYCLES
apt. Walk' to campus (turn, wash & dry. ASAPI F student needed to share mod Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer type wheels, In warranty. $375 obo. 377-
$140/mo & 1/3 utll. Avail now to 11 l 3732923 house In NW. All amen. 2ml from UF.i60month $185, HP LaserJet lip- $10411. 4110 SW 4410. 2283.8 1986 'Interceptor. Perfect condition, low
Greichen. 2-28-5-5 $ + 1/3 utll. Martha or Jennifer 34th St. 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 miles, a sweet bike. $2000. Call Jim at
376-4138. 3.1-5.5 Bar Great lor Parties Water resistant 3718240. 2-28-5-8

VIZCAYA sifter Spring 2 Rmmta needed Ticket For Sale 1-way to Seattle. March 1. $100 or best offer 335-3690 Leave Mes
own bedrm share bath $150/mo and 1/3 6 Call 336-8672. 227108COMPUTER sage. 2-28-5-6 1987 Red Honda Elite Scooter with helmet .
utll. Call 378-4286 ask for Scott or Iv msg. FOR SALE and lock. Great condition $400. Call
2285.5 TV, microwave, queen & 3 twin beds ((1 yr Patrick .372-6844 evenings. 2.28.5.8
Alpine, I Need A Rmmt Avail. Nowl F N/S own/rm brands are all at our New Location! Car Leaving U.S. low LOW PRICES 336-4741. 1989-Red Tomos Moped; Perfect condition
full b.. washer dryer.Oxford Manor. Rent Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- Magnovox 286. 12 Mhz, 40MB ((28ms) 2-26-3-6 ; only 000 mi. $475. Call Jose 375-
nego. Call 3778034. 3-2-5-5 2070. 4-30-75-6 ,| Hard Drive 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB), 3187. 3.1.4.8
3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive, 14"VGA Color Dining table wdrop sides Incl/ 4 upholstered
Female to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse In CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la the old. Monitor (.31 dot pitch), 16-bit VGA switch- chairs $200. 4-plece white rattan 9 AUTOS
SW Area, fully furnished, washer/dryer eat, beet and lowest priced car stereo able video card MS-DOS.4.01 GWBasle, cushions. $200. 336-8918. 2-28-5-6
$225/mo & 1/2 utll. Call Gwynn at 335- store 'In town 372.2070 2201 NW 1:1: SI. DOS Tutorial, 1 yr. warranty, $1589. 1985 Nissan Sentra loaded good condition
6273. 3-9-10-5 SPEAKERS 2M&M15'$150,2M&M
Rockford, Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, 8* pl. ace. $125 obo. 332-7861 Steve. $3400.392-5520 days,ask for Betty,
Bicycle, Club share 2bd/2ba $245/mo ft Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best PANASONIC 1124 684-6064 evenings. 2-27-5-9
1/2 utll.! 338-9513 Iv msg. 2-28-3-5 Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Stereo Letter Quality Printer, 2 yr warranty. Best Want Eric Clapton ticket at Oml-Allanta.
to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 printer! $305. Good seat only. (not behind stage/2-miles 79 Firebird. Excellent cond. Int like, new,
awayl) Call Jeanne at 3732351. 3-2-5-6 a/c. Limited edition. Bright red. Call 335-
6345 ask for Sam $2900 or 'leave mes
CAR ALARMS Installed control
REPOSSESSED VA & HUD HOMES remote WORD PERFECT 5.1 2-26-4-9
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Univega Grand Rally 12 speed bike. sage.
available from from $1 without
government Latest full students and
demo.Call 336-9193 student Iv. version faculty Shimano
message.Car components. 25 inch frame.New .
credit chick. You Alto tin delinquent
repur. only $135. Toyota MR2 1986 red/black leather, low
sells for $550. Asking $200 will
foreclosure CALL 1-805-682-7555 EXT H- Alarms, Autopage,Chapman. Home Ir.d'or.' or miles, auto loaded excellent condition.
mountain bike. 3713634. 3-2-
2004 lor repo lilt your irea. and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul, Sherwood Call at 3355184. 2-28-5-9
(call 7 days s week) and more. We Beat All Prices! ELITE #335-1300 SS waterbed 8 drawer base headboard
3733754. 4-30-69-6 complete $135 obo. Call 377.55351elve Need ride to class? Buy a Bug. 1972 V W
Bug, Looks Runs well, New
great tires
Also size
MOVING MUST SELlI! message. queen complete $70
AM/FM/ stereo. Call 378.0415 leave mes
'large desk wswivel ft stationary chair. 2 obo. 2-26-3-6
STUDENT HONOR COURT I micros. Dining room set. Affordable. 336- sage. 2-26-3-9
0764 1988 Camero RS rim. Factory gray 15X7
0 eves or mag. 2-27-5-6 $250 for set obo. 376-0774 Iv msg. 2-28- 82 BMW 3201, good condition, fully
BEAUTICONTROL COSMETICS-% off 3-6 loaded, mutt sell, $6000 obo. Call 338-
announces openings for the positions of I
--| Inventory 1989 prices. 3361465. 2. 1495. 2-28-5-9
Micro & stand "Like New $400. Kmgsize
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE and INVESTIGATOR. I Fanatic Lite Viper Sail board, entire rig mattress, box spring and frame "Like VW Jells GLI 1985 4-door, 5-speed 30
I plus Thule racks all in great shape, Hardly New $350. Misc. !living rm turn. Will be mpg great shape Inside/out, dependable
Openings for ASSOCIATE JUSTICES include: used $950. Call 378-0690 Lv Msg. 3-1- avail around March S. Call 373-4763 and sporty transportation. $5000 obo. Mark
ask for Kim. 3-2-5-6 373-9683. 2-26-5-9
Large Dorm Size Fridge $70. McCormick
Accounting Medicine Cue D-25 w/caie. Never broken wrarely Ticket 4-sale. Spring Break R/T Tampa 1988 Mustang 28K ml S-apd, 4-cyl.
used $110 3752467. 2-27-3-6 Chicago Mar. 15.22 $170 obo. 3739940. loaded NADA Retail $7575. Asking
Architecture Nursing 2-28-3-8 8000. Bank Financing available 1-463-
NAGEL for sale.' Framed In platinum very 8247. 3-1-5-9
Building Construction Pharmacy
modern looking. call 378-4437. 2-27-3-6 ALPINE: Equalizer ((3213)) & 80X2 bridgeable -
Dentistry Physical Education amp(3528)( ); like new, together only '66 Honda CRX Sspd, sunroof, buy now
or take over payments, good cond. must
$27 obo. Great for adding subs. Call
Education 1UF Synthesizer: Roland D-50 Great sounds 3718165. 3-2-5-8 sell, 472-4041. 3--4-10-9
easy to use Comes w/Cymbals Anvil Hard
Fine Arts 2UFForestry Case & Rom card. Over $2000 New '
technics cd player programmable and remote 84 Chevy Impala 350 V-8 auto ps. pb
3UF $1100 Obo. 371-6758 2-26-3-6 $100 obo, call before noon, make pl. II, pw heavy duty all around, good
shape $1500 obo, call Rich 395-9086.
offer 335-6413.
rodney, 3-2-5-6
Medicine
Law a Veterinary
88 Pontiac Grand-Am
: excellent condi.
SEIZED CARS, trucks, 4 wheelers tion, low mileage $1500 plus take over
Apply: M-F 8:30: am 4:30: pm 364 JWRU TV's, stereos, furniture, computersby 7 REAL ESTATE paymenta. 336-0011 or 3723138. 3-2-5-

DEA, FBI IRS and US customs. Avail.
Qualifications: 1)) Full-Time Student able your area now. Call 1-805-682-7555 PRIME UF LOCATION! 15 room house 1989 Jeep Wrangler driving 5mo. low
miles Ilk
*new, black wblack top, am/fm
Ext. C1670. CH/AC. Good condition! Rented. In-
2.0 GPA better cassette. Over Seas transfer, paid
2)) or
(call 7 days a week) veslment/trsUrnlty/other. $130,000: $10,000 S.lIlor $6500. 3774917. 3-2-5-

Please sign up for an interview when you apply and 878-8881 owner. 8-7-42-7
79 Olds Cutlas: Rebuilt engine Cruise
then turn in a resume with your application. TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA, eat In control, a/c, pw/brakea, pw/ateerlng.
kitchen pool tennis, washer dryer. Forest -
pw/door locks, clean, call 3758839. 2-
DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 27 of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing 28-3-9
374-5401. 3.1.21.7
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Save $10,000. Rockwood Vii. Lux condo Classlfleds. .
2bd/2ba. Best location. Call owner collect Continued
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AUTOS SERVICESSTRIKE HELP WANTEDEARN HELP WANTEDCAMP BUSINESS i;


84 1/2 GT Turbo Mustang T-tops limited GOLD $35 WEKEELA FOR BOYS/GIRLS, PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
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with the PC Lab Gold Card This week for new donor for 2 plasma
edition. A/C. low milts fully loaded, CANTON MAIN.
unlimited of & software
use computers donations on our automated
new
exc/cond, must .... Asking $4700. Call S99/4 months 372.6500. 3.2.5.11TYPING chines. Special bonus programs each ma One of America's most prestigious camps ,terminals & pc'., buy sell,
332-8290. 3-2-5-9 month. Free refreshments' free parking. seeks creative dynamos for staff posi trade, rent ft repair. Great prices QUALITY .
Experienced staff serving you since 1969 tions. June 18 thru Aug 18, for tennis, CDCS 818 W Unv! 3380378. 4-30-
1 1984 Mercury Lynx 2 door hatchback 4- waterfront position' gymnastics,
75-14
Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238
speed, am/lm cassette, 4200 miles
ac
office
dance/drama camp crafts/ropes, art,
SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon-Frl 8-7 Sat
12 SERVICESYOU
$1800 obo. 371.4923 nights and weekends 8-2. 4-30-73-13 kitchen, maintenance and manyother
3.2-5-9 positions. If you think you're tops.Reply .
WRITE, WE TYPE at: 130 S Merkle Rd, Columbus
10 WANTEDLocal Business Legal Personal Reports APPLICATORSWE Ohio 43209. 3-2-10-13
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. TRAIN FT/PT/ I
Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class G'vllle Handicapped Typing WE TRAIN FT/PT Part time stock person, apply In person at
Rings ETC Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine 3787179. / $9 hr finishers (non-union) Robbinson's Market, 1220 NE 8th Ave.
Jewelry '373-9243. 4-30-75-10 / $14 hr mgmt (entry level) 2-28-7-13
Typing A reports business legal / franchise available
Needed tutor lor CHM 2041. Wed. night. resumes cassettes transcribed applications CALL TODAY 813-860-7771 Medical receptionist lull time position
Call 395.9048 leave message ft no. 2-28- letters notary .etc. Available 2.28.22.13 avail. Immediately, exp. preferred but not
24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 4.30-75.12 necessary CNA certificate a plus, applyat
11 SERVICESNW Paying $125 to persons w/lnfected cuts, G'ville Plasma, 238 SW 4 Ave. 2-27-5-
Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, scrapes, or other injuries to be on antibiotic 13
Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List. study. Blood test required. Call 331- SPRING BREAK,
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave WCS 917 NW 13th 373-9822. 4-30-75- 5379. 4-3-20-13 Mothers Helper needed. Light housekeeping -
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from $5 per hour. Call for Interview.
$20.10% disc, to students. 332-8917. 4- MICRO CENTER/ Typing 336-4938. Full NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER/ 3755899. 2-27-5-13 MARCH 17 24OMMUMME
ft self service computing. Typing starts @ CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 1.50/pg A Resumes $6 Self service program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis MONEY AND FUN IN
resumes A $2.50/hr 15page. Laser ; Performing Arts; Waterfront Inquire: THE WILD Is looking for models and
typeset graphics spell check theses Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave, dancers. Extra Income. No experience
1233 NW 10th Ave A papers special characters A employment Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 16 necessary. Call 336-0972 to set up Inter
372.1684 databases mailmerge A training. Horseneck Road Montville NJ 07045. view. 2-27-5-13 $669 PP 8 PER UNIT$719PP6
MC/VISA/lnsurance WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC. 4-30- Please call 1-600-778-0520. 41848.13
Free Pregnancy Test Office help wanted M-W-F Oam.1 pm T-H
Member Great Typingl) English maj/ret. court rptr Summer Jobs Outdoors. Over 5,000 lpm-5pm. Hours must COincide. Allsfete PER UNIT
National Abortion Federation e 19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel. Openings! National Parks Forests, Fire Ins SW 2 Av Apply by phone 373-0333.
spellg/proofg From $1.25 Call Jill Crews. Send stamp for free details. 113 E 3.1-4.13 $819 PP 4 PER UNIT
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 3779908. 2-28-24-12 Wyoming, Kallspell, MT 59901. 3-6-20-
Get confidential testing and treatment at .
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sorority
your YOUR.SKI PACKAGE INCLUDES
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
377-0881. 4- Typing/Word
Processing Quality dependable
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II Lady Gators win SEC indoor titleBy I UF men,



JOSEPH TODD women win
Alligator Writer

The UF women's track team celebrated
Coach Beverly Kearney's 32nd birthday conferenceswim
Sunday with their first Southeastern Con d
ference Indoor Championship in the 34-
year history of the meet.
The Lady Gators overcame a 20-point( titlesBy
deficit after Saturday's competition to beat
three-time defending champion Louisiana
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State 117-99 in the O'Connell Center.Ten- SHARON GINN .
nessee finished third with 83 points. d Alligator Writer .
UPs men finished third in the meet.
Sophomore Anita Howard was clearlythe The UF men's swim team pulled off its
show for the Lady Gators as she accu- biggest upset of the season this weekend,
mulated 20 points. Howard took first in the defeating third-ranked Tennessee to win
55 meters in 6.72 seconds for 10 points, the 1990 Southeastern Conference cham-
finished second in the 200 in 23.5lfor eight pionship at the Alabama Aquatic Center
points and anchored the second place in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
4x400 relay, which finished in 3:39.41: for Gators swimmer Martin Zubero, a five-
eight points. P time All-American, played a large part in
"Coach Kearney really motivated us to the victory. The junior set one U.S. open
come back after Saturday's competition," record and three SEC meet records, won
,
Howard said."(Kearney) is really a mother three individual events and swam on two
figure to us. It was understood that we'd of winning relays.
win this for her birthday." Lady Gator Whitney Hedgepeth led the
Kearney also received another birthday third-ranked UF women to their fifth con-

present, this one from her peers SEC ., '.f, wt' f'; secutive SEC title. Hedgepeth,a freshman
.
coach of the year honors. *, wLai who has proven herself to be a strong and
The Lady Gators track program was not versatile swimmer, won three individual

the only one to celebrate a victory after a .. events and swam legs on four winning
long wait. Sophomore,Tasha Downing, 7" lt relays.
who set her personal record of 53.59 sec .., }t.l. ;;'.. Hedgepeth and Zubero were named the
onds in the 400 five years ago as a sophomore "; \ i1' SEC Outstanding Performers of the meet,
at Boston Technical High School, .' .,." ..i............'., .. ..._....'."'" .....fJ ";t I'II JJ.a..... : .... while Gators coach Randy Reese ""was \
finally broke it with a third-place and ''ill''' "'(-'; '" ....'...4. -f1ll"'Y.. ..!.. named the SEC men's and women's coachof
NCAA-qualifying time of 53.43. .. "" '" the year.Tennessee.
Downing's and Howard's record performances IIt'r.1t! It lr-T ','T ." :'11.' ... 'M' ,> the 1989 SEC champion,
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made the comeback possible, but :., :' -tit \ ." was heavily favored to beat 11th-ranked
it was freshman Leah Kirklin's victory in .. ,_ T' flit...,..... .. .....J_, .r ,t" .' UF in the meet, which ran Wednesday
the triple jump,((41 feet, 5 inches) that set > ';.ir.d ....:. ) <'','. through Saturday.But Reese,knowing the
the tone for Sunday's comeback effort. \N,,, Gators needed their fastest times of the
UF sophomore Maria Galloni! leaped a I ..Jf4' year to win,had his men rest for two weeksto
personal-best 6 feet, 3/4 inch to win the .... bring their times down.
high jump. Apparently, the technique worked. The
Meanwhile,the men had a very success- Gators outscored the Vols 820-754( with
ful meet even though they finished thirdto Alabama scoring 626.5 to take third in the
LSU and Tennessee. KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR meet.
UF's Anita Howard competes against Alabama's Diane Dunrod in the women's
"We had some outstanding performances The Lady Gators scored 897 points to
,"Coach John Webb said. "We got 4-by-400 relay Sunday at the SEC Indoor Championships. the Lady Vols' 722. Alabama also placed
Mark Everett,Earl Diamond and the mile- close while third in the women's meet with 446 points.It .
Freshman Scott Peters stayed 45.79, which was set in 1984 McKay
relay qualified for nationals. We have to be enough to Everett to finish third in 1:49.99.: competed for Georgia Tech in the was the fifth time the Gators have
realistic with the team championship. We O'Connell Center. captured both men's and women's titlesin
have eight freshmen, and some of them Sophomore Tyrone Kemp's firstplacetime the same SEC tournament,the last time
aren't ready to compete against LSU's qual- of 45.78 in the 400 continued his Diamond, who in the 55 hurdles came being in' 1986. No other university has
ity and depth." assault on 1988 Olympian Antonio off the blocks in fourth place, pulled away ever garnered two team wins at the SECs.
Everett used a fast opening lap in the McKay's records. Kemp stopped McKay's after the third hurdle to easily win in 7.23. Zubero turned in a time of 1 minute, a
800 and then a kick with 200 meters re- 17-match win streak at the Millrose Games The mile relay team of Everett, Diamond, 43.40 seconds in the preliminaries of the
maining that pulled him away from the earlier this month. Sunday, Kemp's time Lewis Lacy and Kemp set a meet record of 200-yard backstroke event to break the
field, setting a collegiate record of 1:46.28.: bettered McKay's collegiate record of 3:08.46.: U.S. open record = which translates into
the fastest time ever in the United Statesin

I Men's golf team cruises to win at Doral that went event on to-win by that nearly event three with seconds.He a time.

..... of 1:43.88.:
The second-ranked UF men's golf team good enough to beat LSU's Rett Crowder, both times. Zubero also won the 100 backstrokeand
cruised to an easy victory this weekend at who shot a 65 Sunday to finish one strokeoff UPs only loss was at No. 4 singles, where the 200 individual medley events,
the Doral Park Invitational in Miami,winningthe the lead. Jim Spencer fell for the first time this spring, setting SEC meet records in each. He ,
tournament by 30 strokes over second- Men's netters Improve to 6-0 7-6,6-3, to Chris Weekes.In contributed to victories by the 200 medley
place Louisiana State. The No. 2 Gators Playing No. 1 singles for the first time, UF the weekend of tennis, David Blair relay team,which also set a new U.S.open
showed signs of regaining the form he had record, and the 400 medley relay team.
scored a 2over'par 866 in the three-day freshman Bruce Haddad won his sixth con-
event secutive dual singles match Sunday as the in the fall, and the Gators showed their Sophomore Anthony Nesty,a gold med-
UF men's tennis team capped off a successful depth. alist in the 1988 Olympics, beat out
o0 Guerry Smith weekend by beating Southwestern Louisiana After losing in straight sets on Friday, Tennessee's Melvin Stewart in the 200 ..
8-1 at the Varsity Courts. Blair was down 3-6,3-5,1540 to FIlTs Mar- butterfly, setting an SEC meet record of
AROUND cos Perez Saturday before rallying to win 1:43.86.: Stewart was ranked first in the
SPORTSSenior The Gators, 6-0, also defeated Florida International the match. He followed that performancewith world in that event last year. Nesty also
Saturday and Illinois Friday by an easy win Sunday over Jim Williams set an SEC meet record in the 100 fly,
Chris DiMarco took individual hon- 8-1 scores. 6-1,6-2. winning the event with a time of 47.06.

ors with a six-under-par 210, tying the tournament To extend his streak, Haddad beat 29th- Warren Brooks, Doug Proudian and Sam Hedgepeth swam a 4:43.05: to set an
record. Senior Dudley Hart, who led ranked) Curtis Hollinger 7-6, 7-6. He recov- Ridlon played for the first time this year, SEC meet record in the 500 free. She also
after two rounds, finished third at 212. ered from deficits in the first and second sets won the 100 fly and 100 free individual
DiMarco's final round of 68 was barely to force the tiebreakers, which he won 7-5 see Around, page 14 events.SPORTS .



16,ALLIGATOR MONDAY,FEBRUARY 26,1990


I 14 and counting: Gators lose againUnited Baseball -


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Steve Grant scored 17 7-for-7 from the free- team loses
Press International SEC Standings
points to lead Vandy. throw line.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. The 1989-90 edition Vanderbilt ((13-12, 6- SEC Overall "I thought Grant was
of the UF basketball team officially will 10)) held UF to only eight Georgia SL :124 11.6 214 194Louluana really good inside,"
go into the record books for futility. points in the first 14 min Alabama 10.5''194Kenludry Fogler said. "I thoughtit two of threeBy
10.7 '4-2'
UF tied a school mark for consecutive utes of the second half TMMeeee 1-7'4-' was a pretty gutsy de-
losses Saturday with its 14th straight defeatof and went ahead 52-40 Auburn 84 '25I fensive effort. Floridahit
after fast break dunk AU I 7.9 10.16 shots early and
the season -a 67-54 Southeastern Conference a by = 8.10 :1312Mlle. : some
loss to Vanderbilt at the Memorial Morgan Wheat and two .SL 6-11 13-2' then they played their Alligator Writer
Coliseum. The streak matches the recordset free throws by Eric Reid. UF 2-14' 618Saturday's deliberate style."
by UFs 1981.82 team, which finished UF cut the deficit to Results Reid finished with 14 MIAMI Even after splitting a grueling
59-54 on Scott Stewart's Vllldlrbt$7,UF 54 points, Wheat had 12 two-game series Saturday against Miami,
522.By 15-footer with 1:55: to Alabama,Tennessee 73 and Derrick Wilcox had the UF baseball team wasn't flat through
winning, the Commodores broke Klntucky 88.Auburn 95Msaneppi
a most of Sunday's 3-1 loss against Florida
play. But Grant, Kevin 75.MlSlllljpl) Stall..7Sunday' 11 for Vanderbilt. For
losing streak of their own. After losing
International at University Park.
Anglin and Reid then UF, Stewart had 13,
seven games in a row, Vanderbilt finally each hit two free throwsto Georgia 88.LSU 85Tuesday's.Result Dwayne Davis had 12 Only when it was time for the Gators to
found it could beat.
,. a team preserve the victory. and Renaldo Garcia and make a key play did they have as much fizz
"It was too much of a familiar tune for us Vanderbilt coach LSU 0:30 Gams Stacey Poole scored 10 as a can of soda accidently left open for
et UFo :
p.m.
coming up on the short end, said UF interim Eddie Fogler} put Grant each. three days.
coach Don DeVoe, whose team fell to .
lOW the starting lineup ---- While the Gators churned out nine hits,
6-19 overall and 2-14 in the SEC. "But I UF maintained a five-
for the first time this season in an attemptto they left nine runners on base. Freshman
thought the Florida team did a commend- spark his team. The 6-foot-7 junior re- point advantage for much of the first half John Burke ((2-2)) gave up only two hits and
able job adhering to the game plan. We sponded by scoring the most points of his but needed two free throws by Garcia with struck out seven batters in eight innings,
controlled the game" tempo about as well as career, shooting 5-for-5 from the field and five seconds left to hold a 32-31 edge at but he allowed a two-run triple in the eighth
we could expect. halftime. that decided the game."I .

knew we were going to have a problem
I Lady Gators close with loss to Vandy (Sunday) with intensity," UF coach Joe Arnold
said. "We got nine hits and just could
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By GREGG DOYEL Despite the loss of head coach Carol Witherspoon chipped in 15 and added 12 not "get a key hit, could not drive in a key

Whitmire and injured players Donna Davis, rebounds.UF run.
Alligator Writer Kellye Cargile and Jennifer Montgomery, shot just 25.3 percent from the field, UF, 7-5 and ranked 15th in the nation in
Back in November,the UF women's bas UF heads into the March 2 Southeastern compared to Vanderbilt's 54 percent. the Collegiate Baseball/ESPN poll, started
ketball team lost its 1989-90 opener to UNLV Conference Tournament with its best regu Vanderbilt center Wendy Scholtens, the well by scoring in the second inning. Her-
by 23 points. Sunday, one coach and three lar-season record in six years, 14-12. nation's 10th leading scorer, poured in 26 bert Perry reached second base on an error
players later, the Lady Gators lost their Juniors Rhvonja Smith and Sophia points and grabbed 17 rebounds for the by FIU shortstop Juan Barquin, moved to

regular-season finale to Vanderbilt by 22, Witherspoon paced the Lady Gators offen Lady Commodores, 21-9. Forward Misty see Ba eball. page 14
82-60. sively. Smith had 19 points, while Lamb added 17 points of her own.


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the ide pendien t.florid a MONDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1990 Greek system becoming integrated. 5 Basketball team loses 14th game in a row.16 Hispanics overlooked in black/white tension By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alpgator Writer In the midst of racial tensions between blacks and whites, another minority group said it is consistently ignored even though the tensions affect them also. Juan Vitali. founder of the former Hispanic Student Union, said although Hispanic students represent a large miority at UF, their problems are overlooked. Hispanics face discrimination, but it's not as evident as that faced by blacks, he said. "I've experienced many instances of racism," Vitali said, "whether through my speaking to people and them making fun of the way I speak, or looking at me funny when I say my name. You can notice the difference in people when I say my name isJuan instead of John." Several organizations, including the Hispanic Student Association and the Hispanic Engineering Society, try to group together the estimated 2,094 Hispanic students on campus. Quality of Life Task Force cochairman and education professor Gerardo Gonzalez said UF tends to ignore the problems facing Hispafic students. yet Hispanics are as much a minority group as others Hispanics have a low representation of faculty members, lower than any other minority group except American Indians, which limit the number of role models students may have, Gonzalez said Hispanic students also tend to score lower on the College Level Academic Skills 'est and similar tests, he said "If you look at typical indicators of progress, it's hard to say that Hispanicsare doing OK." Gonzalez said "Its just that we don't have any real data to tell us of students' perceptions But HSA member Victor Malo said Hispanics sit more on the side lines in the right between blacks and whites "We're caught in the middle, more of a neutral area," Malo said Blacks versus whites is more ol an older racial tension" Blacks present force than Hispan because there are types of Hispanics Mexican and Span a more unified Its. Maio said, many different such as Cuban. ish Hispanics may fit in better because they are nore integrated than blacks and have a high ier skin (olor, he said Malo said the recent lorimatori oF a white rights group, which is new awaiting UF approval to be tunie an official organization. it lecs blacks more than H ispanics Although Affirmaive Action laws, which the group opposed to, apply to Hispamits as well as blacks, Malo said he doesn't feel threatened by the group 'I think they havea right to their own unin,' Malo said 'l"t I'm not i auordance with what they sland for because I don'I think they know what they're talk ing about -41 Someting fishy Nour Nazef, a graduate student i times a week for the exercise. n civil engineering, swims at the O'Connell Ti Center pool. He says he swims three Survey rates Infirmary above average bottom of the survey, a yes/no question pressed with waiting, understanding Student Algatorl itner asked students if they knew they could see Health Services procedures, and general a physician by request. campus impression of services. 'The Infirmary is cruising through school with a 'C+" average, according to a survey sponsored by the Student Health Outreach Team. Now members of SHOT are planning to sort their list of recommendations before handing it in to administrators Each semester, the survey asks students to grade Infirmary features, which includes distinguishing between their personal Im presslon of services and what they thought was the general campus impression. At the U11 Students gave the Infirmary "'s" in convenience, confidentiality. phone service, personal impression of services and staff attentiveness. The Infirmary received agrade point average of 3.28 in staff attentiveness with 43 percent of the respondents giving them an A. Respondents gave the lowest scores to waiting time, understanding procedures and general campus impression ofStudent Health Services. But respondents said they were less m, History senior Robert [ vinski said he gave the Infirmary a "C" for general impression on campus because he and his friends have had bad experiences, but he said services have improved in the four years he has been using them. "I know a lot of people who won't come here because they're not sure of the service, but I think they are good," Levinski said, adding that he gave the Infirmary "A's" for see I Rhy, page 8 Bryan starts final week By RONALD DUPONT JR. Alligator Write, Alter armisi p ears of service to I F -including a short [cin as is [eider durmig ant t1 ir, worst st mad1 over lterii IPresildeit Robeto Bryat will begin his imal week tom ligert Hall today One might think this week would be an emotional time for hin -a time to be eay-eyed, to shake thousands of hands to make rinmerous farewell speech hes Not so. he says "It's just like any other week, Bryan said sunday Irom 1, Cew hole "You. just keep doig th1g urn vou have to quit Bryan spent Saturday and Sunday mo(vlrng ot 01 the massive Presidet's Manlslon lod sold it anything is dhtiert-11 about his imal week, it will be his schedale at home "The coming week will be unusual buying stuff and having to put it together, running down to Home Depot every half hour," he said (My wile's) very happy All of her nesting istnets are in full bloom Even his final staff meeting Friday, when he officially meets for the last time with those people who have worked for him for years, will be no different, he says "No melodrama,"Boryaisaid Wo'lligo around the room and talk like we've always done." Bryan joked that his last week may be hectic but shouldn't be too difficult After all, he doesn't have to deal with budgets "Those are all Dr Lombardi's tasks he said, laughing Lombardi, who will be sworn in as iF's ninth president Monday, said he too, doesn't expect his last week -which ends Wednesday at Johns Hopkins University -to be unusual. "I don't go forelaborate goodbyes he said. "You sign your last papers, shake hands and walk outthe door.On Wednes. day, I'm gone." VOLUME 83, NUMBER Ill 9 $ 0-9

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WHAT'S HAPPENING COAR: ( amIpus Organi/cd Against Rape will have a peer edut a tion training session today at Ii Retz Union Reorm 123 C all N2 Il1, ext 294 Honors Week: Golden Key Na lional Hoinir t0 lIly sponsors tiht lCst Hontriiy on ( ampus ln) rimpjtiti o with vtnitstllrougholi liwiek ( lil katrina C6-4261 Amnesty he studentGroup Am t sty International will meet tonight it I in Reit Union Room 121 fir i presenTiatior il, refugees in tilt Uiimtod Sats .md It write irgi ii jUILI[) letters (all 312 1593 Words: rho Gainesville clrabhlt ['layers ( le mels tonight lit at N 7 46 v6 Vss IN5 Wesi ex~it373-1234 f~ont 4310 Now Now 3 locations!1 375-12.34 Ste, 1,11i1on Roses 22 e L 914'5/Doz 336-1234J volume 83 Books in the (ator liti 'lease bring v. rabble sets And SI ('a1 3741211 Communication: ithe Asst iaition of block Commuicators will most night at 6 05it We, mr Hall Room 180 Call Shasta Brown. 345-7115 Circle K: Ihe bismss organizaljon, ( iri K. will itit tionightatti in I raer Rogers all Roon 21and ature speakers ron local Key and Kiwanis clubs Call 399590 The Good Book: c thi Alpha t aimpns Ministry will ieit tonight it Iin tirlimgton Hail Room 2342 to dis tiss 'How to appro h the Bible (all Dave, ecit IM I Mabel. H6Elder Abuse (ertatri nurse praito llner, M (on in. wi p present A lec ture oi Cli iial Care ol the Elderly tody at I in the V. terms Administration Medical Center's Nursing Dlme Care Unit calfrent e Room Call )r Dorothy Gagnir .A14-6114 Ultimate. Begi rsare welp ir at LI Women's tItimale practice tuesday at 5 at Hume Field tall 311-9524 Honors Week, (olden Key will show Indiana ]ones and The Last Crusade Tiiesday tight at 8 Il Car eton Aiditorium for 50 cents to benelit Habitat or Humanity Call Robin. 395b9 f) Qgjs tory Career 14orkshop Tluesd Februanj27,1990 -3rdF(Wr Reitz Union Companies Invited Include: -q Coffee Hour Workshop Sessions: IBM Procter & Gamble St. Petersburg Times Barnett Bank Honda Power Purina .and mor! 10:00-10:40 10:40 -11:30 11:4512:35 1,552:45 3:003:50 ALL STUDENTS INVlTEDl For more infrtion Call the Caner Resource Center. 392-1601 ISSN 0889-2423 number 111 0 g the independent florid.s Not oiicilly associated wh g ely of Ful Pbod on% Inc. at Ganeilsee. 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MONDAY FF8RUAM Y 26, 1, MflGMAFlr, Demand for housing low; fall lottery canceled By PATRICIA LEE Alligator Writer Dormitory residents who wish to remain on campus traditionally have taken their chances atgetting fall housing Butthisyear their odds are improved The Division of Housing announced last week there would be no lottery for fall housing because fewer students applied than in past years. All 2.593 students who sent a housing request and a $100 deposit to the housing office before the Feb. 14 deadline now are guaranteed housing for the fall semester and don't have to worry about being selected in the 'lottery," the random drawing usually held each spring. Because UF tries to give all incoming freshmen a chance to live on campus, students who already live in dorms must compete for spaces set aside for them. Of the 6,400 on-campus housing spaces, 2,700 are alloted for those who want to continue living in the dorms Because of limited opportunities lor renewals, the lottery was establshed to give all students a chance to live on campus Although entries for the drawing usually outnumber the spaces available, the lottery was canceled this year because the Division of Housing did not receive as many requests as in the past, Housing Associate Director Jack Worley said 'Why that many students didn't apply, we don't know," Worley said "Thal's like asking, 'Why don't students do things on time?' But we're as happy as we can be about it, because it means we'll be able to accommodate more students," Worley said And even though there may appear to be extra space because the lottery was canceled, the 2,593 applications already exceed the number of spates available, Worley said Of the 2,700 spaces reserved, 2,100 are set aside for the usual drawing Mhe other 600 are spaces allied for students who apply and interview to live in co-ops. and for students who live in Yulee Scholarship Hall, for which they must meet special requirements "We have 493 over the quota for the lottery, but based on previous experience and what we know about cancelations and change of plans, everything should work out fine," Worley said "In fact, we've already had 50 students petition after the deadline, and they're all getting in." The lottery was started about 10 years ago, and since then, every spring semester a drawing has been held, Worley said Students living on campus are notified in November and reminded in the spring to send their requests and $100 deposits They then are grouped according to roommate preferene and Lho last tour digis of their soial security numbers Each group or 97 to 100 nnies is placed mto I barrel and any student included in one of the first 21 groups drawn is guaran teed housing for the fall Ihe Division of Housing usually receives more entries than it can handle, but the lottery has been canceled twice before, Worley said I-or students who don't want to move, the canceled lottery was good news "It came as a relief to me because I can't afford to live off campus right now," said Bill Barnwell, a freshman in Murphree Hall Anyone interested in housing for the tall stil may have a chance. Worley said Students should contact the housing office 'the sooner, the better, because there may be room left, but it's still gonna be pretty snug Information about petitions is available from the Division of Housing at 392 2161 Activist: Individual key in fight against toxic waste By NANCIE ARMER Alligator Writer Individuals who are concerned about the environment must demand an end to the production of toxic wastes, environmental activist Kerry Dressler said Thursday. Each year, millions of tons of contaminants and toxins seep into the country's soil and water, Dresser said during a workshop at the University Methodist Church "As people, we seem to have our own family lives and our own work lives, and as long as nothing is dropped on our doorstep, we mind our own business," Dressler said .OR MO-I I I L. "But I recommend we start minding our neighbo's business, too." Calling themselves IThe Doom and Gloom Sisters,' Dressler and Sandra O'Briant-Johnson described how more than 125 rivers, lakes and coastal waters in Flonda are documented to have visible signs of pollution affecting fish, shellfish and wildlife. In Alachua County alone, there a 300 known leaking gas tanks Florida ranks sixth in the nation for the number of superfund sites -which are marked by the federal government as area, so contamnated that they warrant immediate attention. Eleven such sites exist within 60 miles of Gainesville. -V-LMY ~OYC Monday -Wedneiday Spe $1.00 Pitcher of Beer of Cho while playing pool only -limit one per visit 3431 S.W. Arch rfld. 3 --------An executive member of Concerned Citizens of North Florda, Dresser researches and provides environmental information (or any person or group who wants it "Anywhere you look, there's a problem." she said. "You don't have to go out and look for something to work on, It will come to your front door knocking." Each year, household and automotive products release more oil into Florida's soil than was dumped by the Exxon Valdez, a report issued by the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation states. More than 500,000 tons of hazardous waste existed in the United States in 1940. By 1950, that figure had tripled The 1986 estimate of hazardous waste in the country was 304 million tons, an increase of 600 percent over 46 years. But the American Chemical Socrety published a report estimating the amount of current waste as somewhere between 580 million and 2.9 billion tons "We really have no idea how much ofthese hazardousmaterials we are producing," Dressler said. Eliminating the use of toxic resources is the only way to solve the problem, O'Briant-Johnson said. 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By buying non-toxic, recyclable products, hazardous wastes can be eliminated at the household level "'We're talking about a national problem, but we don't have tolook past our front and back doors to see it," Dressier said "he crux of what is happening now, is we need more citizen involvement." This Week's Super Special I Homemnd. Soup Hot Hrid & Butter Plus 20 other lunch special from $1 95 call ahead for fast takeout 375-6969 --------I S 4oo I cial I lice I 77-7U5I -e m

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NmR nta (( PI) -Nit iriguans IOw~let he piLs Sndvl to dhose between 'resi Im[ )nulel Ortcg 's \,sinris. rant and S backed ,o ,,,,un .ajer~iol,.,(h.unorro inklOSehlwatched I[kls a11,11 Ldok] jeavt' ihe way oward belk' relay LI[1, wa ith the Imted Satl ihousanids ot traiiatinal observers spread out .11a he country to striaonize the Fairness of the vtillg, Ilrakmg the cls nioi the most .losely walkhed ii [lei lo n ittrN cu ltit riact ed history I ite verdit IC thte Imnot rIlluenlial observers torrie'r Preideint Jimmy Carter, the Unied Nations .ndhe ( Organtalion of American States -could fr i mite whether the Bush admustration continues it, uplort ot the cOntra rebels or begins a normalia[ito irok e s with the sarndm isia goverirtil I i 1of thousandsol Nk iraguar'' lined upat pollig M(xuiim iiihe capital bliore dawn, patiently waiting l he A in start of vua' g Ortga WI soneof thw Is to vote,casting his ballot dt voting station No 11 i downtown Managua, 1Jus Iwo blocks from the headquarters of Chamorro's Bishops Io IANNESBIRG so bishops of southern Afr ondiv hait the Ati cIn I i iiTned tiuggle agaili I 14lItTk (it Kerk' it ii lid by Arc h1)ship ionunuing (lie re,,ulh the government to retip iruniesty to all political withdrawing an estimate n the ildion's black tow hey .i uttered o dl mIloia 1,1 kill] on the noe [ittiguoecononmlliltsuni pain toward an aparthed irrevetiable I'he statement came e release of black leader N impriNonment Mandela Kit'k whose racial reior 2 also mcluded the unbai Ihe ANC has atcepte alks and said last week ii Exxon pa ANCHORAGE, Alaska bargain between Exxon calls for the White House to manage Exxon's SS50 ments, according to seer President Bush's appoi: the S550 million maxim under a deal that settles filed and also partially liability, according to a United Press internation Exxon itself may ch administrator's decision money for environmental ing to the draft agreement years to pay restitution in The government prom the oil spill for four year The Exxon Valdez ra Shuttle to CAPE CANAVERAL (U shuttle Atlantis Sunday fi Monday on a secret milit as many days to get the, The liftoff was scrubby early Sunday when a pro functioned. Technicians I managers decided later final preparations for no But Air Force meteorol chance of unacceptable time -mainly because of s ( flock to polls National OppoSion F lon, or UN( Alter volig. Ortega reiterated a warning that ant sandclista Contra guerrillas had inlltrated Nicaragua Irom base camps in unighbormg Honduras and night try to disrupt fhe voting process Mariano iallos, presidenlof the Supreme Electoral Council, said the polling was "completely normal" apart front the closing of seven pollnig stations ini northern and central Nicaragua because the iovement of armed cout'rrevoluo ntdries (Contras) has been detected Fllossaid in anational radio and television address that another 12 polling stations had been moved due to a perceived threat of attacks by U S backed Contra rebels But there were no reports of combat in Nicaragua At the Loyola Institute in Managua, two people were injured when more than 100 voters waiting for the voting center to open pushed their way through a narrow gate Radio Reports from Esteh, 160 miles north of the capital, said a 78-yearold woman died of an apparent heart attack as she prepared to vote seek non-violent solutions uth Africa (Ul1I) -Anglican African president as soon as possible on obstacles cI urged for the first time standing in the way of formal power-sharing negona a.lienil Congress suspend tins aimed at ending the county's racial conflict t white rule, ctmg President Although [he bishops have corsiterly stated their Ill icmniiativeN opposition ci violence as a peitical weapon, they have I'[m1011d IUlu, he bishops acknowledged Factors that drove the ANC to take up I a synod last week, urged arms after its banning in 1960 and never before called Iuate by granting a general for a suspension of the armed strggle prisoners and exiles and "With theliftingof restrictionson political organmzad 800 army troops deployed Lions, a significant step has been taken towards a ships situation in which normal political activity will become -Klerk lhe p rospeu of their possible It seems to us, therefore, that many of the ratIi tominuity for the arguments for contimumg the armed struggle are iNsagainst PretI once the falling away," the bishops said in a statement -Ire. soulh Africa becomes "To allow violence to replace political debate at a time when we are closer than ever before to securing xitly two weeks ifter the the nght to make political choice through the ballot elson Mandela tront 27 years box is a recipe for disaster" they said was ordered released by de Without specifically naming the ANC, they called i program unveiled on Feb on "those waging that struggle to declare a nning ot the ANC moratorium on offensive action and, whether they d de Klerk's offer if direct make an explicit declaration on the subject or not, to intended to meet the South implement an effective suspension of that struggle yment proposal reported (UPI) -The proposed plea spilled nearly 11 million gallons of oil mto Prince and the Justice Department William Sound, killing hundreds of thousands of to appoint an administrator animals, ruining fishing and coating hundreds of miles I million in restitution payof shoreline with oil et documents To become law, the plea bargain must be approved ntee will decide how to spend by the U S District Court in Anchorage, where Filing payment required of Exxon is anticipated, perhaps this week its criminal case before it is The state of Alaska, which has not been allowed to ettles Exxon's federal civil see the proposed plea bargain, has rejected the deal, draft agreement viewed by based on the terms of the proposed financial settleid tmeat the government has offered to Exxon. allenge the White House "Ibe deal is a very, very favorable deal for Exxon,' is about spending Exxon Alaska Attorney General Douglas Baily said late last restoration projects, accordweek, "and I'm sure that they're delighted with the thatgivestheoilgiantseven accommodation that thejustice Departmentisgiving the country's wont oil spill. them ises not to sue Exxon over The money is intended for projects to restore the a, according to the proposal. damaged environment and that will have aesthetic and an aground March 24 and recreational benefits. make fifth launch attempt today P) -Engineers fueled the chances for unacceptable launch weather increase to r a predawn launch attempt 80 percent for Tuesday and Wednesday. ar mission, the fifth try in The four launch delays are a record for the postspaceship off the ground. 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MONDAY Y F ku4ARY 2h, 11), AU IGAU ', Greek system working toward integration By KVIrN COTTON and JANET THOMAS Alligator Writers Three years ago, Shawn came to UF with hopes of getting an education and enjoying the social atmosphere As a freshman with a small number of friends, Shawn decided that the best way to meet people was through the Greek system. So he decided to rush at the houses on Fraternity Row. When the rushing and bidding was over, Shawn had been chosen as a pledge for Alpha Epsilon Pi. However, Shawn did not meet traditional standards for a pledge. He was a black student rushing a white fraternty. Soon afterward, Shawn found out why only a few blacks rush white fraternities After participating as an active AEPi brother for two years, Shani distanced himself from the fraternity because of an absence of understanding from his fraternity brothers. "One of the biggest problems is the lack of sensitivity due to the lack of knowledge of another persons' background," Shawn said 'They made jokes that were meant for laughs. But they also made jokes that were meant to alienate me from the other brothers Shawn, who asked that his real name not be used, grew disenchanted with the organization once he realized it wasn't helping his education "It had no relativity on my situation here at the university and Gainesville," he said "I saw no need for the fraternity. "When I first got here, I didn't know anything of Kappa Alpha Psi or the other black fraternities. When I got here, all I heard about was rash, so I decided to see what it was like. It's not like I went looking for a white fraternity In fall 1988, Travis Ross. a sophomore, decided to participate in rush after meeting another black student who had decided to join a fraternity In becoming a member of Phi Kappa Tau, Ross felt he didn't suffer any prejudice from his friends or new fraternity brothers. "I don't think I would have pledged if I thought there would be any negative feedback from friends." Ross said. Ross said because the fraternity had other minority members it helped ease his trans[ tion. Phi Kappa Tau currently has three black fraternity brothers "I guess this is where I felt comfortable There are other minority brothers, and that helped' he said But Greek integration is not occuming just in fraternities. Sororities, both black and white, and "little sister" organizations are becoming less aware of skin color and more conscious ofthe person when choosing their members Tracey Waite, a white sophonore. said she joined the traditionally black sorority. Zeta Phi Beta, because she liked what the organization stood for And UF junior Carolyn Perry became one of a few white KAPsi sweethearts because it was simply something she wanted to do "Becoming a Kappa Sweet wasn't planned. I didn't do it for a particular reason I just did it," Perry said, Two black women, Margot Roper and Michelle Rosemond, are now sisters of the predominantly white sororities, Alpha Ormcron Pi and Phi Sigma Sigma, respectively While there has been some change, most Greek organizations still remain either predominately black or white. The four traditionally black fraternities at UF, Kappa Alpha Psi. Alpha Phi Alpha, Omega Psi Phi and Phi Beta Sigma, are still all black KAPsi President Ernest Humphnes said that although UF's chapter is all black, he is sure there are some white members nationally Humnphries said although he is not prejudiced, he is leery of those who joii a fraternity of different racial origu, "I am not in avor ol it," -lumphrics said "Not that I am prejudiced, but [ would not want someone to put themselves in a position to be ostracized Humphries said the different cultural backgrounds also may put a %train mi utrafratertial relanous "It call become a probl.'i because they (ionl know where we comr ron, and we don't know where they torme t rom," he said 'It puts you In somewhat of a lunny posUon ~ Professor Jack lancy. faculty adviser for Kappa Sigma, said although Greek organizationson campus are either solely black or white, none can choose its members based on race "The university has pohlies of nond is crimination concerning the Greek system' Fancy said 'The small number of blacks in white fraternities is mainly because only 5 percent of the campus is black and when they do pledge it's with a traditionally black fraternity While UF's Greeks remain as separate as other parts of our society, Interfratermnty Council president Tomn isantill, says the council is taking ml{'miur.'s to bitter rela ULons with the Black Greek ( council Scantily soul with the addition of Kappa Aljiha Psi niber lei i k I voos ion l t'xt'(tiivt bu.i(d. viaoul, it' muq ilnt bt-iwtreii til' tWO itiollh ik lverythig we do, we wanl herm to be a part of," Scantilh sail 'The iore wo are aware ol them the better we cin work to getlier Campus Profile: Charles Harris Jr. Langston Hughes (1902-1967) belongs in the ranks of the major American writers of the 20th century. Hughes, sometimes referred to as Poet Laureate of Harlem," was one of the better known authors of the Harlem Renaissance during the 1920s and 30. He was also an accomplished song lyricist, libretfist and newspaper columnist Through newspaper columns, he created Jesse B. Simple, a Harlem character who saw life on the musical stage in Simply Heavenly Throughout the 1960s, Hughes edited several anthologies in an attempt to popularize black authors and their work including Anr African Treasury (1960). Some of his popular works include Weary Blues (1926), Shakespeare in Harlem (1942) and his autobiography, 71e Big Sea Born in Joplin, Missouri, Hughes graduated from incoln University in 1928. Before becoming a writer, he was a literal "jack of all trades", working asaseaman, waiter, garden worker and laundry sorter. Prior to graduation. Hughes worked as a busboy in a Washington. D C. hotel when Vachel Lindsay, a famous poet, stopped there a a guest. Hughes put copies of three of his poem. beside the poet's plate in the din. ing room and returned to the kitchen. Later, his first two books were published, launching a career in letters that was to sustain him for the rest of hi. life. -ANTOINETE MOBLEY By GENTRY BENJAMIN Alligator Writer Charles Harrisjr. has been assisting minority journalism students at UFsinceJanuary 1987and so far, it's looking pretty good. Experienced in recruiting, Harris has spent 10 years in the minonty recruitment and affairs field. He worked for both the University of North Flondaand University ofSouth Florida as coordinator of minority recruitment before coming to UF Harris, who graduated from UF in 1978, is director of the Minority Scholarship Program, where he specializes in three major areas. The first is the recruitment of black students into the College of journalism and Communications. The second is the retention of students, and the third is job placement. Students are assisted with placement into internships while in school and jobs after graduation. The scholarship center also offers scholarships But Harris and the Minority Scholarship Office are responsible for more than just scholarships. Along with academic advisement and personal counseling, Harris also advises the Association of Black Communicators, a support organization for minority communications students. With the support from faculty and students. Hams said he feels few improvements need to be made. Harris said he would also like to see the program open to all minority students. 'The integration aspect is very important,"he said. 'Black students should become involved with other professional organizations within the college, such as SPJ (Society of Professional Journalists) Every day. Harris helps shape the professional and academic careers of students entering the journalism college. His advice to the young people of OF is a reflection of his own philosophy on education." "Minorities in the US, need to reach a level of acceptance and tolerance," he said. "I think it is unfortunate that students, black and white, do not understand or comprehend history. Because if young students try to get a full understanding of what happened in the past. there would not be a need for wsu (white student union) or BSU (Black Student Union)." REGGE GRNT-ALtGO3OR Chad" Harris Jr., director of th* Minority Scholarship Program for the College of Journalism and CommunIcatons, recruits minority journalils stpdonbs, helps them obtain schdarships and assists them In finding jobs. gFS N 01. :a

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OPINIONS They've gone too far WVll, 1w tie whole woul Jnow, where Nve-yleal : Hirn l'r'tLch N SII s Yn ving with he: material L:I.uIdparent, Ill Nssvw zvilaild lII lar II the daughoe of Jean Elzabeth lo rgal 42 tit WashinItoll plastic surgeon who spent more than 'v'o Ils i, al itte re'usmig to let her husband hav" >ittfmiiI I gl:N wilh il, Mmo gaIln Chat ted that her hisbamd L: netich had suaIly abused the child but ,I)m(l Ip vy it in court ind was tolI to let Eli, see his daug hte-r SelI Rtfused, sent her daughter awa. was oulnd i iiolnilt 0I C01,111 id sent to jail Som. tiom last week, I to went t( Great Britian with Is tvtsti tgatoi s. looking for Hilarv His attorneys ohdll d 'II olt ordn aln LOt titmlOy foi a British tall show producer who had learned that Hilary had atteiledd a prep school ini England and was living with her (m parents n Nciw Zealand Records from there were trn eas to check and IInt lound his daughter late last >oim iIlaV digi that I Was giod r the tat her to find ]its daughter Others would be hesitant because of the sexual abuse charges, though they are unsubstantiated. We say the British journalist shouldn't have been involved. The family trusted the journalist and now their secret is out, for good or bad Journalist should never be tced to testify Ever One last word We know everyone is sick of hearing about Student Government and its elections but there is one more thing that we think you should know. His name is Pat Siracusa. Siracusa has been in SG for about two years. He was Student Senate's parliamentarian then got elected as a senator Now, he's just hanging around. You'll probably see Siracusa's name in the paper but know right now that he holds no elected or appointed of. fice in SG -neither in Student Body President Ed Scales' administration or in President-elect Michael Browne's administration. In similar responses at different times, (hmmmmm) both Scales and Browne said Siracusa is a good campaign manager and loves political debate but wasn't and won't be involved in policy-making. Browne said that even though he is practically best friends with Siracusa, he didn't want the man associated with his campaign last month because "he's a thug" and people hate him, About 10 days before election day, Browne officially asked Siracusa for help because of the talent he has with elections, but has assured us that Siracusa's days of SG involvement are numbered. "He doesn't speak for me -ever," Browne said. "He won't have anything to do with my administration. You're not going to see much of Pat Siracusa anymore. I can guarantee it." aigator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Lettms PIlley Ltr. to "w ao inoMu not.a 200 woras o.0ns n asrlO p1.0 > Threy mM s pe, dO jiw.cd .a over T enous include tpad ueful d.,eas .-v i.e nm .m. will -tt If V Vel inal jug caw" if you rim am nstfl l the .dll.M e WIWI adtor 37644541rugmm' ICUstr ATJ$ A ^URTTM-lq{ thse a S Emotional column had mistakes Regarding Mr Dupont's Feb 16 opinion in The Alligator Error #1 The Today party, not the chairman of the Election Commission filed a complaint against the Vision candidate who was quoted i. The A!wator Error #2 UF Student Body statute 720 7 prohibits intentional comments designed to injure another candidate. But 720 71 does provide truth as a defense, Me Honor Court chancellor, myself, expected the reporter to get on the stand and testify if she felt she had a privilege, then show up and claim it and the Election Commission will take it from there. Even attorneys who have a legally recognized privilege, as opposed to reporters, have to show up in court to testify But don't expect not to be subpoenaed just because you feel you should have a privilege. Privileges are earned, they are not a right -as you see it. Until the present there is no legally recognied reporter privilege. As chancellor I am bound to apply the law as it is. not as I would like it to be. This case did not involve a confidential informant. TIhe case involved a quote. The commission knew who said it because the candidate's name appeared directly after the quotation marksThe candidate denied making the statement All the reporter had to do was to state "for the record" that she stood behind her story -that's it! You'd better believe if someone called me a liar I would defend myself. Error 03: The Honor court has no jurisdiction over professors, only students and their effects Error #4: This is the big one You did not "confront me" about the matter, you asked me for information about the 720 codes under the pretense of writing an informative article That is a journalist's job -to inform Instead, overcome by emotion you wrote a personal attack Group forms to share cultures Edtor: The racial tension on this campus is quite suffocating. We should all realize that we are here to receive the education that will aid in our fture careers. We are also here to lean how to deal with people of various cultures. religions and races. Upon leaving UF, the various cultures we will have to face will f Cris Martinez SPEAKING OUT filled with factual inaccuracies. Anyone with legal trading will tell you that the properforum for interpretation of the U S Constuuion is a federal court The Board of Masters can only Interpret the UF Student Body Constitution and statutes The Board may apply settled federal law, but we are not so presunmtuous as to take on the role of the United States Supreme Court. Although I do not expect you to know that, I do expect you to research your articles for some factual basis. From a correct statement, "Who are we to interpret the U.S. Constitution," you sink to a personal attack. Who elected me? Well, 4,220 students did last year I was also endorsed by fhe Alligator. Personally attacking an official on an incorrect premise is weak and fit for a supermarket tabloid. The chancellor ta the judicial officer of Student Governmentand as such has subpoenapower granted under UF Student Body Constitution, Article IV. Section 6(G). The power is there, the only thing you can do is vote for a person who will use it wisely As a judicial officer, I anm bound by the law as it is -no reporter privilege -not as you would like it o be, The legislature, not the judiciary, is the proper forum to change a law that you do not agree wih, that's what separation of powers is all about Contrary to Mr. Dupont's statement, it is factually inaccurate articles distorted by emotion, not ubpoenas, that weaken the bond between a newspaper and its readers Cris Martne is theformer chancellor of the Student Honor Court, grow tremendously.hose persons filled with prejudice of any sort will have to meet with this dilemma sooner or later and the results will probably be negative Why not face it now and attempt to release one's self from this unnecessary frstratio Roxy Oliver, the president of the Black Student Union, created some sort of hope for me asa young black woman. Now, 10 students, myself being one of them, have come together and created Friendsthrough Racial Experiences Sharing In Humanity FRESH is not trying to change the world. We are simply creating a release along with sone hope for the vast number of students who are as suffocated as I am. I urge all interested parties to come listen to what w have to say The initial meeting will be held Monday Feb.26, at 8pm.,in room B-65 of the J. Wayne ReitZ Union Ni.al Oaf 21F aAnge ---, --,s-.,.

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Were No I REGENCY OAKS 378 5766 3230 SW Ancher Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 2001 SW Iith Sireet 4 3050-2 BDR, WALK IN CLOSET, Village West. 0O0NW 18Ave ake9SI Nfrom 16Ave 0FicO 411 NW 15 St 371-7777 2-27-10FOR RENT: UNFURN. Reliable F to move in twnhse for 3 mos own rill. SISOMo 1/2 bills ot &last mro renT 338 1465 2 261 2 1 Cdrm in Oxford Manor apt for rent. very clean, avail immediately, save money by renting now, pleas. call Kim 371 2837 or 375 1626 3 2-6-2 2bdr house and 2bdr apt 3 biks from UF both completely remodeled some utill paid $350 and $260 Call David 373 8022 2 26 10 2 WALK TO UFIll Studios $210 16D $235 28D $285 College Park Properlies 411 NW'5 St 371-7777 2 27 10 2 COCK FUND AREA Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street $235 Monih Phone 377 2415 2 28 11 2 One Block from campus Very Large room. nice house cable in room, SW aea $1951mo uiies included Greg 376-3291 113OR ael, Fans cent h/air, carpet, mini vertical blinds on bus, near UF, $275, including waler 373 0701 2 20 7 2 Dumpyour roommate Gta2 bdrfor the Price ao one Pool ernis, sauna wi room Slonoridge Ap's 3800 SW 34 St 3/5 1121 4 30 45 2 Duckpond area historic home, dow, hardwood firs, c/hll 1 rO 416 NE 2nd Ave, $240Tmo in 2381 evenings 2 27 5 2 bay win om avail util 373 i),urguwy's I u PO9. He IIIgp V M 10 A PUL WIlM 00CCIO gao A%" Roa 4 a II* o CI c--rMWM StifWf, PAY) Wi M .~W ON #CkIh0l@ $" my HONOR G00cLEN?0 f~i VU A0B? Pol AW'I 1-0aWB 10 Aggwf. fe 14N AMft0 yow_ tCmp9li CAST W$1= SUlfA y ON? momo -u A .I FOR RENT: UNFURN. WINDMEADOWS APTS 1 2. 43 Bedroom Pool, Tennis Laundry 2712 SW C4th So a** 373 3558 WILLIAMSBURG APTS AVAILABLE NOWPiP 1 2 TH A 3 Bdrma Pool. Laundry I Block to OFjSharda 2000 SW T6t St *** 376 1253 MOUNT VERNON APTS I & 2 Bedrooms PoOlVLsundry Cloe To UF/Shands 2370 SW Archer Rd ** 372 5389 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT Sublese large 1 br we oversized citchent beth, & living room, trand new sculptured carpel ltil*, & all paper, diahwash A gar bag. disposal. $310/mo, Feb Iree 335 9600 Close to UF Picadilly Apis 2-28-3-4 THE LAURELSI Take over payments May through August Furnished dresser desk, twin beds and own bath $250/month A utitiea CALL TODD 335 9292 3 2-5-4 WOWI Hawaian V0ilage 2bd/2ba LARGE apt Sublet for $440/mo Sum C wf option to rensw Terms Nagorlablel 372-3467 evoPba&uIno SUBLEASE: HSE/APT CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL Nice 2bd,2ba apt. Camelot unturn Frplace barber quo, pool, view $550/mo 373 4898 any irme 3-1t0 40 I bdr Pine Rush February free Lease Through April 30 $257 month call 376 1573 or 392 6182 office Jack 2-28 5 4 Sublease Apt Ibd/be, new cavp*I con real cranr wash/dry hook up $23SmO first, no last & S100 sec 395 0068 or 495-2368 2-208 64 2bdr/lba Ap Carpied. lanced yd for PetS, aval 3/1 $220mo in SW area Key mana.ment 372 3060 IS Sprt 336 0540 after 5pm 2 27-5-4 Sublet Mar Apr The Woodsclose to UF on SW) 1br/lbs turn, 1 pon, $267'mo, no depo required, 33a 0036 wkdy. 372 2876 wkrnd 2 27-4-4 1 bdr apt avaIl March walk to UF $230/unfurn of $259jfurn Call Tom 330 1029 3-7 11 4 Sublet 1bd/unt Wndmeadows, March through July 372 8752 leave message 5 ROOMMATES BRANOYWINE -FURNISHED 2bdribe.jacuni.sauna.WI room, huge pool 1/2 m to UF $230/mo her own room & 1/2 cable 9 util 3722857, Dennis 2 28 20-5 Searching fo, studious bul outgoing N/S male rmnmits) to look for comlortable apt to shere fell 90 +/or summer Howard 395-72" 2-28-S-5 CASABLANCA own roomb. In furnished Townhouse. washer/drysr. etc $200/mo 335-3889 2-21-6-5 Need 1. 2 Or 3 rmmts to, 3W2ba apt in Thr6 Oaks, pUt 4 bIk Camu, mocro wave. paddle fane. w/d facilitee. Cel3751555 3-5.10.5 LAST MONTH FREE And securcy Cap tool PIccd ,,llH Apia own, n/a 85/,o & 112 utLie Call Jock at 33-02fl 2 27-5 5 M)F to shares 4bdrrm house, non smoker S140fmO & t*4 util. 1st. last, dep Call 373-4281, leave message to? lick any Time 2-27-S-5 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trurde Michel Jaffe ACROSS 1 POet Aiexander 5 Doggone i" 9 'That Mario Thomas role 13 'for All Seasons 196 film 14 Inventor Howe 16 French friend 17 Wsn 18 Longest rive in Europe 19 Have status 20 Biceps locale 21 Not -(refuse to help) 23 "Beautv and he -' 25 Liberates 26 Earm or Gouda 28 Fortune-ling card 30 Matime does 31 PUOCtAUOn mark 32 You -hare' 35 CircI. sections 36 Caesur. Tor one 37 Stain 38 CheerIng sound 39 Etrtbttes 40 'Most Happy 41 Prepare. 42 Poww4 bas organization 43 Inserted stnea p ar 45 M oa 46 Work hard 49 Good Ims 52 OAS" 53 Singer Franie 54 PMC dtfk 56 Tf t naum 57 Cayion moet 5* Harly hI.ere 59 Fr. holy women 60 Candbon: hual I Mama s mate 2 Bradley of Shard 3 FlorIda resort 4 Compass posnt 5 Change 6 Up in e air 7 Pmiball term 8 The Forsyte 9 0ep red 10 Reflection 11 Religious cereomnes 12 Give the onceover 15 Orsnge-yelow 21 Lads Iriend 22 Do a pressing job 24 Sky firsh 26 Singe 27 lieus' wte 28 WeIghty wort 29 Too badI 31 -d'Azur r 2 -I K. 32 33 34 36 37 39 40 41 42 Clumsy Starlet s dream Lat list shortener Takes back Actress Gorfude Suter or skim Satyr', kin School break Shnnks away from 43 Sly and malicious 4L Songs 45 Receiver 4 Wndsor 47 Grub 48 Ealing plan 50 Dukes' La 51 Sargasso and Red 54 -Pau AIS EA_10 PRE VIOUS PUZZjE: |Ajkjj0j;T rNla |111 II&Iigg i[ uI#rl&IIqn EU 2/26/90 rlt-r m 2 Th~ rt:I:Ii -l a I I I I r I r GD) Its Ito I

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1(1] A % I jIAWY 26, I 1H 411.AI .1I ROOMMATES Ron avail in beautiluI historic 4br/?ba ner 2blks frorrio err oure, sudiou bu lur atmosPhere, partially turn $135/mo A 1 4 371 2343 2 27 5 5 Roommate Needed ASAP Huge Masra oir ir, 3bdr apt rdnt nom Call Joe 0, Job at 335-2081 2 28 5 5 Oakbrook Condos F 10 *h 2bd/2ba lx apt Walk to campus, urn was & dry S140/Mo & 1/3 off Avail now to 11 373 2923 Grelcher 2 28-5-5 VIZCAYA after Spring 2 mamts needed own badrM share bath $15O/mo and 113 uil Call 378-4288 ask for Scott or iv msg 228 5-5 Need A mm Avail NowI F N/S owr'/rm lull ba. waesher dryer Oxford Manor Rant nego Call 377 8034 3-2-5-5 Female to Share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in SW Arts. Illy furnished washar/dryor $225/mo & 1/2 til Call Gwynn at 335 6273 3-9--l Bicycle Cleb share 2bd/2bs $245/mo S i/2 ut[ 3369513 lv mag 2 28-35 REPOSSESSED VA & HUD HOMES oversas lci government tor, SI ii redit check You aegil Alsoi, delinquen toreclosur.s CALL 1 805 082 7555 EXT 200 or rpepo s' ur area 7a 7days a CCCV Accounting Architecture Building Construction Dentistry Education Fine Arts -Forestry Law ROOMMATES One month Iree' Sublease 5 monmlt rwanmous. 'bd 1' ba and muchre i $21 7/mo lor info call Glenn or Steve a 332 2558 3 1--5 Female to share 2Sr 2rh NW house Wa0'e' dryer Cable, lnced VAIC y1|y $2S0Imo .1/2 Ut.r carl Randy at 3r/ 253 lease message 2 23 4 5 ASAP' F sruder needed to share mod nouse rI NW A, arer' 2mI from UF $1600/mrnonh + 1 uti Marine or Jennite 376 4138 3 1--5 6 FOR SALE Alpine Kenwood, Sony and 30 more orands are all &I our New Location' Ca, Star&o Spcials 3215 NW 13 Sl 372 2070 4 30 75 8 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS 5$ the olds1, bot and lowest pricd car stereo stare In town 23-2070. 2201 NW ti Go Rocklord. Fogate, Yamaha. Pioneer, Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm The Best Car Sterlo Insisleers In Own Car Ste.ro to Go 275-1834 4 30-75 5 CAR ALARMS installed remote corro' any car truck of van fully guaranteed will demo Call 336-9193 atudentl IV sosage Car Alatme, Autop. Chapman. Home and Car Sereo Pioneer, Senl.aI Sherwood, end ,or* W* *Ia All Pricesi 373-3754 430 69-6 Medicine .Nursing Pharmacy Physical Education -IUF *2UF -3UF Veterinary Medicie Apply: M-F 8:30 am -4:30 pm 364 JWRU Qualifications: 1) Full-Time Student 2) 2.0 GPA or better Please sign up for an interview when you apply and then turn in a resume with your application. DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 27 FOR SALE MICRO CENTER Computers 376 i 116 Fir S reirce ComoAdO Nor'hgate H P Price same or lower Inan rl, order Systems below include MO 40rM 28ms graphics monitor MC 286/t2 $1195 Packard Bol $1795 MC 388sx $1 495, Norgale 386 20 $2399 P9 26 laptop w rid 4 battery $1999 CompuAdo 010 W 20mb & grapC monilor $970 1 A 3 year warrant as DnmoewarranIres Panasonic 1 1 0 printer $185, HP Laser Jet lio $1049 41 'O SW 34th Si 308 W Uni Ave A 30 65 6 Ticket For Sale 1 way to Searl Mar, Call 336-8672 2 27 10 6 COMPUTER Magnovox 285, T2 Mm 40M 2Smsi Hard Drive IMB RAM expandd to 4MB) 3 5 1 44mb Floppy Drive 14" VGA Color Monitor ( 31 dot pitch 16 bI VGA swCh able video card, MS DOS 4 01 GWBasic DOS Tutorial t y' warranty, $1589 PANASONIC Leiter Quality Printer 2 yr prmiter' $305 WORD PE L aest full version. only $135 1124 warrenly Best RFECT 5.1 students and faculty ELITE #3351300 MOVING MUST SELLI large desk WI swivel stationary chair 2 Micros ining room not Affordable 336 0764 aes or mag 227-56 BEAUTICONTROL COSMETICS 40% ofl inventory at 1989 Prices 336 46S5 2 Fanatic Lite Viper Sail board entire rig plus Thule rack. all in greal shape Hardly used $950 Call 378 0090 If Msg 3 Large Dorm Size Fidge $70 McCormick Cue D-25 w/case Never broken wi rareyk used 110 376-2467 2.27 3-6 NAGEL for sal Framed n platinum very modern looking call 378-4437 2-27-3 6 Syntheslzar Roland 0-O Great sounds. sasy to ta1 Come w/Cymbal Anvl Hard Cas. A RoM card Over $2000 New, 81100 abe 371-675 2 25-3 4 SEIZED CARS, trucks, 4 wheel are, TV%, stereos, furniture, computers by OEA. FBI. IRS and US customs Avail able your area now Call1 005 602 7555 EaI C 1570 call 7 days a week) Your basic, quasi-fashion, funky, fun, crazy, zany, natural fiber sportswear and assorted goodies store for men and women. 1025 W.' 336University 7025 FOR SALE Sylvania am/fm ado & turnable --olec lior'o' opera records ca ', 3Il., 4prm 335 140N 2 28 6 1, PCA 19" color corsi to excel cons must so St25 Call 336 1 S3 I'll 5 300m 2 27 S 6 Tvoewriter Electric 14 inch C2 line memory, Es Correc auto Hearle, type neels i, warrairly $315 ooo 3'7 4410 2 26 3 b Bar Great 10 Parties Ware rossir $100 or best offer 335 3690 Lo"a Me sage 2 28 5 6 S TV microwave queen 8 3 twin beas Ir yr oldi armchairs table and chars e'Leaving U S *l, LOW PRICES 33651 1 26 3 6 Dining table w/ drap sides nci' 4 uDho s itred chairs $200 4 piece while Ratar w' cushtors S200 336 9918 2 28 5 6 SPEAKERS 2 M & A )5$150 M I M 8r 01 acc Pts oo 33' 796, Steve Want Eric Capton ircke at Orn., Good sealonly Inot eind srage awayl Cali Jeanne at 373 235 Aill mires 3 2S5 i Univega Grand Rally 12 speed ble Shmano components 25 "nc, iAnme New toile oer $5 50 Ask Ino $200 aor W* trade or a M unari bi e 371 3834 3 2 SS waterbed 6 drawernase i neadbo,,rd, complete S135 obo Call 371 5535 leave message Also queen size conspele $70 obo 2 28 3 6 1988 Camaro RS rims Factory gray teX7 $250 or setobo 376 0774 Iv msg 2 28 3 6 Micro S land '1 ke New $400 K'ngsie detdless box Spring and frame Like New"$350 Misc living rm turn Will be evail around March 5 C.ll 373 4763 and ask or Kin 3-2 5 6 Ticket 4 salSpring Break RT Tampa to Chicago Mar 15 22 $170 obo 373-9940 2 28-3ALPINE Equalizer (321 3 & BOX2 bridge aole amp(3528). ike rw, together only $275 o Greast for adding subs Call 371 $155 3 2 5-6 tuchnjcs Cd player. programmable and re mOTe. $100 aO, call banr Mon Make offt rodrey 335-6413 3 2 5 6 7 REAL ESTATE PRIME UP LOCATION I5 oon house CH/AC. Good Indlilont Rented In. v.ta.enIater.ith, .$110,000 3764652 ow.r. 3-2.7 TOWNHOUSE 46R/2 112 BA eat in kitchen, pool. tennis, washer dryer, For Sat of Unicorn. NW area. ay financing 374-5401 3-1-21 7 Save $l,0. Rockwood Vil Lux condo NIG2dba Bat loi nCall owner collect 305 $Billy g 2-2-4 7 REAL ESTATE Ass rmableNn Quality 2bd 2 1 '' o 1" $4000 lowr $'1on MlItIIF ir ALTVY Orur I' MI. H, r c 0 d S D JI wlsh'dry Farly I'r1 Oay kCow Ask Il' $44 1013 _i' 3 r 4791 1 8 MOTORCYCLES '986 Ireceolo Perroc' condilon or "rues a sueORE$?000 Call Jim in 37 8'4)1 28 r, 8 987 Red Honda EliCe Sooer with ho ler and lock Glea condTion $400 Call PaircR a 31 6844 evrMns 2 28 5 8 1989 Roj Tomos Mooea Porteci cond, ion o1y 900 r $47Call Jose 3'S 3187 3 1 4 0 9 AUTOS 1995 Nissan SaC loaded good cond lion S3400 392 5520 days ask for Berry 684 6064 e os 2 27 5 9 79 Firebid Excellent cond in like new a I L onred edition Br go red Ca l 135 6345 S6 asoIr Samr $2000 or leave mey sage 2 264 9 Toyota MR2 1986 red/black learher 'o* miles auro loaded, excellent condition Call at 335 5184 2 28 5-9 Need ride IociassOBuy aiug T9' VW Bugo Looks great Runs well, Now CUO5 AMFM Slte COral 370 041S leave me sage 2 26 3 9 82 BMW 3201, good condition fully loaded must sell $6000 obo Call 338 1495 2 28 59 VW Jerra GLI 1985 4 door 5 speed 30 mpg. great shop. insIde/out dependable sporty 'ransporatkon $5000 obo Mark 373-9803 28 5 9 1980 Mustang 28K ml 5 spd 4 Cy, loaded NADA Retail 87575 Asking $800 Bank Financing available. 1 443 5247 3-1 5 9 *0 Honda CPx capd aurlOO buy now Or Ske Over paymnts good cond most s01l 472 404 1 31 109 04 Chevy Impala 350 V 9 auto os, Pb pg. IS pw. Ieavy duty all around good shape, $1500 obo, call Rich 395 9088 80 Porbac Grand Am excelent cond, lion, low mileage $1500 plus lake ov, payment. 330 001 or 372-3130 3-2 5 1989 Jeep Wrangler driving 5-mo low mles. like n.w, black wj black lop amotm cassette Over Seas transfer paid $10.000 Sall tar $800 3 77-491 7 3 2 5 79 Olds Cuofsflee uI Fl regine, Crude* control a/c. pw/brakes, pw'steering pw'door locks clean call 375 8839 2 2. 3-9 Classlifld. Continued on next page STUDENT GOVERNMENT Is Accepting Applications For 1990-91 Cabinet Directorships: Academics Campus Involvement Career Development Community Affairs Environmental Affairs External Affairs & Solicitations Health Housing Multicultural Affairs Organizational Liaison Publications Public Relations Recreation Transportation & Securiy Women's Affairs Apply: 305 J. Wayne Reitz Union Deadline: Friday, March 2, 4:30 p.m. Interviews: March 5-9 STUDENT HONOR COURT announces openings for the positions of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE and INVESTIGATOR. Openings for ASSOCIATE JUSTICES include

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AUTOS q 20e'rI1,0 n a sri, itIev 1 -J 'an A ow n e ;Jily Ioid .* cord, ee AskOg IS/00 rl 33? 8200 5 ii 1984 Marrry LyIs 2 roo lrtChbaCk 4 seen0 in, r i ,.sole 4200 mas 3c $'sI0 Pbo 31 4921 nigh or wll 10 WANTED I 111A .lr neI. (.O1 D Gems Clas-. Itr, E HC fop o, trae Ofte s F ,re JIwelry 3/3 9243 4 30 1 10 Nerel rwo, 'or CHIM 2041 Wed rii fi 90 esave message & rIo 2 '8 11 SERVICES NW M slorge a I /5 & NW 39in Ave near Ops M4 ira 1 5 to 10 9 20 from $20 0%dIsc to students 332 091/ 4 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS '3 3 NW IOnt Ave 3/2 1664 MC VISA Insurance Free Pregnancy Test Mfeber Noa Aba ronr Federation SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE> Get confl dem1a testing ind treatment at Pl ANNEI PARENTHOOD 371 0881 4 AAA STORAGE 4, 1, JConvena,e a.n 1tis mo I t I' no SIr o I A A 1 1. ** GATOR MOVING ** .P e str a a 'l l n / s/1 4 30 / I f itOj OW HORST IARM is h0 Ird'Q woudoer taCil.eij .r ;ars werkr V I fI1?4 S Roan *SUNBELT MOVING* I c',JI 0 1Mnvr it PickI1' A S4api "s I I o1 iILng doS1 Lin Ins IMity 3 5 MOVE 4 *FREE* Pregnancy Test G lneseil'e Women s HEALTH CENTER /20 NW 23rd Avenue 377 5055 ABORTION ITo 24 Wks) BIR T H CON TROL Gy rogy Services MOVING re rJrHOfd ecudel W calIl slrZ tr~c *,il ofic: any Price In town 336 9461 39 20 ONE SlOp DFNTISTRY A I 13SIC c"10 $20 w S III Iwisd s 50 I Or~ 1 t i N rro s A r of n ArcD MS V At I8 9 11 Cror Card r,,aranoed acepranco no Se ,. y 1po st Wr IT S Marion I100 Sdor r Detr A I G vare 32607 3 8 CALL CJ THE DJ'S P0' [J seovce a[ 375 843 3 O 10 SERVICES Si~i IlOLD Ir I 1 1 olI I I I! I r it (.p. P e & .0' o il, $r";1a 3/2 ,500 3251 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITE, WE TYPE Lueness a I legal u Personal Reports Term Papers Typeset Resume Ell G virlefandcapped Typing 378 71/9 a [yping reporra oasirneIs legal resumoS caseites rranscrioed appli Cal ons letters norary *etc Available 24 hours/7 dayse372 2777 4 30 75 12 Typing $1 00 pg rnn $5 00 Reports Theses whatever Grad School P r List WCS 917 NW 13th 373 9822 4 30 75 MICRO CENTFR typing 336 4936 F ul & sell Firice computing Typing starts @ I s0mpg Resumes $6 Sell service resumes $2 50/hr r5/page Laser lyneset graphics spell check hess, papers special characters employ moni databases milmerge training WordPerfect specialist VisaMC 4 30 Great Typngl English market courI rptr 19 y'rs "Per 'egal/medica. Excel speilproofg From $1 2S Call Jill 377 9908 22824 12 piroteWord Process rg Quality depend abie service Reasonable rates Laser f nrer 377 8175 i 9 OOpm 3 16 35 12 GA TOR TYPING Fast Accurate Low Hares fuaity iser prinrn 0 scounts iva I Days eves virts 373 4564 2 ryp rg/Worprocess g WordPefect if I jl y wok last rer, ts low areas 1epoi'coule cesori se'v ce 7Iet 33" 0A 1 30 54 '2 TLC for your papers orojecis imeses, etc Pro wp Mac 2, laser' Graphics sp Li'k reasonable nfl wands 313 9e9 tYPING Near Butler Plaza Fasi Ser vice $1 25 double space Call 373 8307 Word process deS Specialist Grad selh explE qu, lionsT able Laser *GraphiCsn S plePu/dea Call Wordxpressan373 0395 2 28 15 PIe el Typing and WOPOIC near carpus Dependable, quality service Reasonable rates 24hr/day Call Carol 313 4484 3-7-11 12 Word ProcesSmgl I$1 75 pg slendard do tex 24 TI or more Call 373 42S1 anyrime, ask for Rick 2 27 S 12 ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER WPS ENGLISH GRAD odii'proolispell no choleswerOl lapp 378-3649 3 28 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Independent Florida Alligator Must own oeiable van or pick-up truck and be avail able from Sam unill Sam Monday through Friday Must have excellent driving ro cord and valid Florida driver license Pay per rourI plus areage Apply at the Artli gator offices, 1105 West University Ave nue Aak for the roue driver application No calls please Affirmaive Actlon/Equal Opportunity Employer AVON 375 8067 Sell Avon Full or Benefits Insurance Part fine We 4 3075 13 Train HELP WANTED EARN $35 C, S week for now donors for 2 pasm, donations on our new automated ra ch nes Special bonus programs each monIth Free refreshmnns, free parking Experienced sic serving you .e1909 Call or stop by Gainavrlie plasma 238 SW 4th Ave 378 9431 Mon Fr1 8 7 Sal 8 2 4 30 73 13 APPLCATORS WE TRAIN FTiPT WE TRAIN FTtPT /a $9 hr finishers (non union) / $14 hr mrgt (entry level / franchise available CALL TODAY 813 806 7771 2 28 22 13 Paying S"' to persons w'nfec'ed curs SCrfapes or other injuries to be on and bit otic study Blood Cest reqUired Call 331 5379 4-3-20 13 NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER CAMPSMASS Counselor Posilions tor p0ograrme specaltses Teem Sports ren n's Performong ArIs, WSCnfrorrt Inquire Mat Keg Nac(Boys). 190 Linden Ave Glen Ridge NJ 07028 Danbe.igals) 18 Horseneck Road Montville NJ 07045 Please call I SOD-778-0520 4 1 48 13 Summer Jobs Outdoors Over 5 000 OpeningsI Naional Parka Forests Fire Crews Send stamp (rr Vdla 113 Wyoming, Kalispell MT 5001 3 8 20 '3 Computer Operator'Socrebary Part time position Wordperfect 5 0 mail merge and programrring Hours and salary ne gonable Call Girls Club lor Rerae or Maa 373 4475 (9 00 8 00) 2 27 10 13 CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN for roadway A drainage Design r, Iin, mum CAD experience good benelits & pleasant working conditions send iS sums by 2/2f9O to TnI County Engineer 'ng P Box 2541, 8slleview Fl 32820 REOE) 2 27 10 13 COME TONEWHAMPSHIRE orhe sun mer Outslanding brorasIer sports camps on 22m, lake near 'On Goiden Pondtile seeks staff (l aI In to views availl Robiundel girlS) 215 884 3326 Wnaukee TbOys) 9?4 898 1833 3-5 13 13 Need volunteers for a 2 week study ot a new pst r medicaion 331 5379 3 15 20 13 NURSING STUDENT WEEK 1990 FEBRUARY 25. MARCH 3 H UJRSDAY NURSING SENIORS CLASS OF 1990 JNCHEON AT SHANDS PRE-NURSING SEMINAR 7PM AVitTBATY TOWERS niaered w ie Colleje of Nursing? Comic find ou. more about us! Open f&run! SEMINAR ON GRADUATE STUDIES IN NURSING 6PM J. HILLIS MILLER HEALTH CENTER CI-4 NURSING STUDENT PAY Reception oNSon Terae outsmde Cl-II weather pc tulIg (in case or rofi weaker receptn will be held i Ct-Il1) Spealkert Dr. Losf alSanos, Dea College of Nqrstng Senior eorge KtrkpaIrk Rcprcsctalikc David Fl agg Richard a. 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MONDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1 0G). ALU.IATOR I> SPORTS Lady Gators win SEC indoor title UF men, By JOSEPH TODD Alligator Writer The UF women's track team celebrated Coach Beverly Kearney's 32nd birthday Sunday with their first Southeastern Conference Indoor Championship in the 34year history of the meet. The Lady Gators overcame a 20-point deficit after Saturday's competition to beat three-time defending champion Louisiana State 117-99 in the O'Connell Center. Tennessee finished third with 83 points UFs men finished third in the meet. Sophomore Anita Howard was clearly the show for the Lady Gators as she accu. mulated 20 points. Howard took first in the 55 meters in 6.72 seconds for 10 points, finished secondin the 200 in 23.51 foreight points and anchored the second place 4x400 relay, which finished in 3 39 41 for eight points. Coach Kearney really motivated us to come back after Saturday's competition," Howard said. "(earney) is really a mother figure to us It was understood that we'd win this for her birthday." Kearney also received another birthday present, this one from her peers -SEC coach of the year honors. The Lady Gators track program was not the only one to celebrate a victory after a long wait. Sophomore Tasha Downing, who set her personal record of 53.59 seconds in the 400 five years ago as a sophomore at Boston Technical [igh School, finally broke it with a third-place and NCAA-qualifying time of 53.43 Downing's and Howard's record perfor trances made the comeback possible, but it was freshman Leah Kirkli's victory in the triple jump (41 feet, 5 inches) that set the tone for Sunday's comeback effort. UF sophomore Maria Gallon leaped a personal-best 6 feet, 3/4 inch to win the high jump. Meanwhile, the men had a very success ful meet even though they finished third to LSU and Tennes.ee. "We had some outstanding perfor mances," Coach John Webb said "We got Mark Everett, Earl Diamond and the milerelay qualified for nationals. We have to be realistic with the team championship. We have eight freshmen, and some of them aren't ready to compete against ISU'squal' ity and depth." Everett used a fast opening lap in the 800 and then a kick with 200 meters remaining that pulled him away from the field, setting a collegiate record of 1.46 28. KEviN WISN9EWSIi -ALLIGATOR UF's Aslta Howard competes against Alabaia's Diane Dunrod In the women's 4-by-400 relay Sunday at the SEC Indoor Championships. Freshman Scott Peters stayed close enough to Everett to finish third in 1:49.99. Sophomore 'Iyrone Kemp's first-place time of 45 78 in the 400 contmued his assault on 1988 Olympian Antonio McKay's records Kemp stopped McKay's 17-match win streak at the Millrose Games earlier this month. Sunday, Kemp's time bettered McKay's collegiate record of 45.79, which was set in 1984 while McKay competed for Georgia Tech in the O'Connell Center. Diamond, who in the 55 hurdles came off the blocks in fourth place, pulled away after the third hurdle to easily win in 7 23 'Me mile relay team of Everett. Diamond, Lewis Lacy and Kemp set a meet record of 3:08.46 Men s golf team cruises to win at Doral The second-ranked UF men's golf team cruised to an easy victory this weekend at the Dora] Park Invitational in Miami, winning the tournament by 30 strokes over secondplace Louisiana State. 'The No. 2 Gators scored a 2over par 866 in the three-day event. Ao Guerry Smith AROUND SPORTS SenorChris DIMarto took individual honor with a six-under-par 210, tying the tournament reconi Senior Dudley Hart, who led after two rounds, finished third at 212. DiMat's final round of 68 was barely good enough to beat LSU's Rett Crowder. who shot a 65 Sunday to finish one stroke off the lead. Men's netters Impove to 6-0 Playing No. I singles for the first time, UF freshman Bruce Haddad won his sixth con secutive dual singles match Sunday as the UF men's tennisteamcappedoff successful weekend by beating Southwestern Louisiana 8-1 at the Varsity Courts. The Gator, &0, also defeated Florida International Saturday and illinois Friday by 8-1 ScoreS To extend his streak, Haddad best 29thranked Curtis Hollinger. 7-4, 7-6. He recovered from defcits in the firsthand second sets to force the tiebreakers, which he won 7-5 both times. UP's only loss was at No. 4 singles, where Jim Spencer fell for the first time this spring, 7-6, 6.3, to Chris Weekes. In the weekend of tennis, David Blair showed signs of regaining the form he had in the fall, and the Gators showed their depth. After losing in straight sets on Friday, Blair nas down 3-6, 36, 15-40 to FIU'. Marcos Pere Saturday before rallying to win the match. He followed that performance with an easy win Sunday over Jim Williams 61, 6-2. Warren Brooks, Doug Pmrudian and Sam Ridlon played for the first time this year, se Areoad. pa 14 women win conference swim titles By SHARON GINN Alligator Writer The UF i men's sw nieaim pulled oi is biggest upset of the season this weekend, defeating third-ranked Tennessee to win the 1990 Southeastern Conference championship at the Alabama Aquatic Ciner in Tuscaloosa, Ala Galors swuiiner Martin Zuber a ivetime Al-Amenrcan, played a large part in the victory 'he junior set one U S open record and three SEC meet records, won three individual events and swam on two winning relays Lady Gator Whitney Hedgepeth led the third-ranked UF women to their Filth onsecutive SEC title. Hedgepeth. a frebhiman who has proven herself to be a strong and versatile swimmer, won three individual events and swam legs on four winning relays Hedgepeth and Zubero were named [he SEC Outstanding Performers of [he meet, while Gators coach Randy Reese was named the SEC'men'sand wrtmtentS (OAlh of the year lenrnessee, [he 1989 SEC champion, was heavily favored to beal I I i anked UF im the meet, which ran Wednesday through Saturday But Reese, knowingthe Gators needed their fastest times of the year to win, had his men rest for two weeks to bring (litCities down Apparently, the technique worked ie Gators outscored the Vols 820-754, with Alabama storing 626 5 to take third in the meet, The Lady Gators scored 897 points to the Lady Vols' 722 Alabama also plated third in the women's meet with 446 points It was the fifth time the Gators have captured both mn's and womei's titles in the same SEC tournament, the last time being in 1986. No other university has ever garnered two team wins at the SECs. Zubero turned in a Lime of 1 minute, 43 40 seconds in the preliminaries of the 200-yard backstroke event to break the U S. open record -which translates into the fastest time ever in the United States in that event -by nearly three seconds. He went on to win that event with a time of 1,43.88 Zubero also won the 100 backstroke and the 200 individual medley events, setting SEC meet records in each. He contributed to victories by the 200medley relay team, which also set a new U S open record, and the 400 medley relay team Sophomore Anthony Nesty, a gold medalist in the 1988 Olympics. beat out Tennessee's Melvin Stewart in the 200 butterfly, setting an SEC meet record of 1:43.86. Stewart was ranked first in the world in that event last year. Nesty also set an SEC meet record in the 100 fly, winning the event with a time of 47.06. Hedgepeth swam a 4:43.05 to set an SEC meet record in the 500 free. 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cou I nal NASHVI[ I F, Tenn -Dhe 199-940 ed, ion of the! 'Ibasketball team ulfitally will gio into the record books for lutlyiv UF tied a school mark tr yonsevuive losses Saturday With its 14th straight defeat )lthe seasona 6754 Southeastern Conerence loss to Vanderbilt at the Memorial (lbseumr he streak matches the record set by (I 's 1o1-82 team, wha h finished -22 fly winning, the Commolores broke a loinlg streak of [heir own After losing seve. gais in a row Vinderble tinlly lound Itdrom it could beat It Ads i1 mth "I a ialilir tne fir us tioing up on (he short end, id (F intn (elich Don DeVoe. whose team fell ti 1,-1 overall and 2 14 in the S1C But I thought (he Florida team did a iomnendable lb adhering to the game plan We itnioll(d i He gime tfmpii Tboui as wel as we could expet( I 14 and Gators lose ito the starting lineup for the first time this season in an attempt to spark his team. The 6-foot-7 junior reponded by sconng the most points of his y career Shooting 5-for-5 from the field and Lady Gators close with los By GREGG OOYEL Allgator Writer Btic K i Nove moer, the LI womei bas LIb.l Ieamlost it, 189-9)opener o INI V !) plom1 sunday. oil V( olth il hite players ater, the lAdy Gators lost [heir regularseason finale to Vanderbilt by 22, 2 Ni despite the loss of head coach Carol Whitmire and injured players Donna Davis, Kellye Cargle and Jennifer Montgomery, Ul heads into the March 2 Southeastern Conlerence foul nament with its best regu [ar season r ord i six vears. 14 12 Juniors Rhvonja Smith and Sophia Witherspoon paced the Lady Gators offensively Smith had 19 points, while ntng: Sieve Crant scored 17 points ito lead Vandy Vanderbilt (11-2, 6I1) held IF to only eight pomts i the first 14 minuies of the second half and went ahead 52-40 after fast break dunk by Morgan Wheat and two tree throws by Eric Reid L}cut the deficit to 59-54 on Scott Stewart's 15-footer with 1 55 to play But Grant, Kevin Anglin and Reid then earn hi two tree throws to preserve the victory Vanderbilt coach Eddie Fogler put Grant UF maintained a livepoint advantage for much of the first half but needed two free throws bv Garcia with five seconds left to hold a 32-31 edge at halftime. s to Vandy Witherspoon chipped in 15 and added 12 rebounds UF shot just 253 percent from the held, compared to Vanderbilt's 54 percent Vanderbilt center Wendy schltens. [he nation's 10th leading scorer, poured m 2h points and grabbed 17 rebounds for the Lady Commodores, 21-9 Forward Misty Lamb added 17 points of her own again 7 for7 from the freethrow line I thought Grant was really good inside, Fogler said thought it was a pretty gutsy defensive effort Florida hit some shotsearly and then they played [heir deliberate style Reid finished with 14 points, Wheat had 12 and Derrick Wilcox had 11 for Vanderbilt For UF, Stewart had 13, [)wayne Davis had 12 and Renaldo Garcia and Stacey Poole scored 10 each see Baseball, page 14 (iodnKev Nationaf HonorSociety I IYoNorSJTE'(1990 Feb. 26 -Mar. 2 "hI&'s the 'Best Hionorary on campus? MO. -Ptu lAnulv at tfw laza 10 -12 am 5Tu of rifltand Mottt 91gq TeED. -lfowrry Info Day at the Colonnade 10 -2 pm PKI -Faculty -Student Brunch 9-30 -11.30 am For Mary mo conlto1 103 Valuer 9al UnitedPsintema SEC Standilngs mO OnmUld G 24 dal litawa &11 5 214 vNuAYe us? wu A~a~i 4 191 079 10.16 ass Is lso! at al 142 MY0 2-14 -a vandbA 67, UF M4 Ahbema r Twnln. 73 inisky X& Asgl 0 Mue 7 Ss ~aa sulq. Twy' 0. M9 Baseball team loses two of three By ALEX MARVEZ Alligator Wrier MIAMI -Even after splitting a grueng two-game series Saturday against Miami, the UF baseball team wasn't flat through most of Sunday's 3 1 loss against Flori, International at University Park Only when it was time for the Gators make a key play did they have as much wt as a can of soda accidently left open (r three days While the Gators churned out nine has, [hey left line runners on base Freshmin John Burke (2-2) gave up only two hitsand struck out seven batters in eight nmin, but he allowed a two-mn triple in the eighth that decided the game. "I knew we were going to have a problem, (Sunday) with Intensity," UF coach Joe Arnold said "We got nine hits and just could not get a key hit, could not drive in a key ruT," UF 7 5 and ranked 15th in the nation n the Collegiate Baseball/ESPN poll, started well by scoring in the second inning Herbert Perry reached second base oil an error by FlU shortstop Juan Barum, moved to Aligator L--Advertising -I h --i j Alpha Lambda Delta Applications for 1990 -1991 Executive Board Positions and the Jo Ann Trow Scholarship are now available in Room 124 Tigert Hall Due Manch 5th : AAA