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By DUANE MARSTELLER Alligator Writer
Alligator Writer
Students'written evaluations of their

Lawyers for David Rowe, the 13yearoldboy i*R S teachers may become open to more
charged with stabbing and seriously than just the professors if a UF committee -
injuring a UF student while she was that recommends procedures for
babysitting last April, will find out today such evaluations decides to change the
for the second time whether Rowe's rules.
confession will be used as evidence duringthe "All At a Faculty Evaluation Committee

trial. $ meeting Monday, members discussed
Circuit Judge Elzie S. Sanders will decide 4' M uZ + possibly allowing a professor's chairperson

today on the defense's second pre-trial motion and dean to read comments
to throw out Rowe's taped confessionto Z S students write on yearly faculty evalu-

police. Rowe's lawyers say the boy didn't ation forms. Current guidelines, estab-
understand his rights when he waived them ) \ lished in 1984, state that only the
under police questioning because he has evaluated professor can read them.

difficulty understanding verbal instructions. \ Student committee member Marc

Rowe is charged with attempted first-de- .I\\:\ I O'Connor, an engineering senior, said
gree murder in connection. with the stab- he thinks the written comments students
bing of then-sophomore Stacy LaRocca at a .t, t'ff.:., 0""' ';; make are more valuable than the

house on Northwest 15th Avenue last April computer-analyzed numerical ratings.He .
10. Police said Rowe rang the doorbell and .""" _. said that although students

stabbed LaRocca eight to 10 times with a KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR ,shouldn't have access to the comments,

steak knife when she answered the door. Defense attorney Sal Mollica, right, counsels David Rowe Monday in a pre-trial deans should."I .
LaRocca spent 17 days recovering in Shands motion hearing to throw out Rowe's taped confession. just think, certainly, that the com-

Hospital.The "David Rowe did not understand those ments are much more important and
ing. "We have who is able to "
a man
young influential than the numbers,
first time 'defense asked
lawyers rights when he waived them"Rush
comprehend academic material well above
O'Connor said. "Department
Sanders to throw out Rowe's confession Jan. cited a report by Jane Mutch, a the level of the Miranda warning," Carlin should read them and have a one-on-
29, the judge ruled that police were within waive speech language pathologist in UPs depart- said. "If there was any question that Mr. one conversation with the teachers."If .
the law when allowed Rowe to
they ment of psychology, that said Rowe had an Rowe had a language problem, then all of students knew that were the case,
his right to remain silent during questioning. -
intellectual level three years below his age the psychiatrists who evaluated him would make constructive
they might more
Police said Rowe confessed to the stab-
and has "which
a learning disability directly have picked up on it. comments."
bing during their questioning.But affects his ability to understand verbal com Exercise and Sport Sciences professor -
Rowe's Sanders said he will make his decisionon
during a hearing Monday, munication. Owen Holyoak also said the com-
lawyers said a recent test of Rowe's abilityto Rowe's confession this afternoon. He
who tested Rowe several stan- ments were more likely to help improve
understand language showed the youth on also heard two other defense motions Mon-
oral dardized speech and language tests twice, that sought to statements teaching than the ratings."I .
has difficulty understanding complex} ,one suppress
don't how the numerical rat-
testified Monday that Rowe probably didn'tknow see
instructions. Rowe made to police and another seekingto
what police meant when they asked ings have helped, Holyoak said. "It's
throw out statements made by Rowe'sclassmates
"This report clearly shows (Rowe) has "
him if he wanted to waive his rights. at Westwood Middle School. been. an exercise in futility.
difficulty understanding complex verbal in- But other committee members didn't
structions, like the Miranda rights," said But Chief Assistant State Attorney John Sanders denied the first motion and allowed They said professors can and do
defense attorney Robert Rush, referring to Carlin said Rowe was evaluated by two other prosecutors to call Rowe's classmates as agree.improve their teaching by reading the
a suspect's right to remain silent and be psychiatrists who said the boy had normalto witnesses during the trial, scheduled to

represented by an attorney during question- above-normal intelligence.or begin in March. see Evaluations, page 10


Schroeder says younger generation key to future I

the Asian Pacific century."I in the ties" who have the money, Schroeder said the girl's father And money allotted to the Cold
By LISE FISHER want to be a player," Schroe- clout and prestige to make a differ- told her to risk it.conquered. War defense budget should be

Alligator Writer der said. ence attended. "Sometimes stu- "We the world with used to help the family,Schroeder

At Gainesville Regional Airport A crowd of about 500 people dents make political gestures our culture,"Schroeder said,citing said.For
Sunday, U.S. Congresswoman Pa- agreed with the congresswoman, when they don't have the power to Elvis Presley, Madonna, Bruce about 40 minutes after her
tricia Schroeder, D-Colo., said she greeting her with a standing ova- do sohe said. Springsteen and Sammy Davis Jr. lecture, Schroeder answered
was anxious to speak at UF that tion before she began her 50-min- Moody said he thought more as examples.She then talked about questions and challenges about
night ute speech, "Challenges in middle-class people attended be- the fate of family lifeand the chang- her position on issues ranging

"You have a whole lot more America's Future" in the University cause it was Sunday night, and ing focus of defense spending. from the U.S. intelligence commu-
guys Auditorium. But many weren't they were able to come while many nity and the Middle East to the
I do
stock in the future than "Businesses locate business
students. students left Gainesville to celebrate drug war and the environment.
\ Schroeder said.rWlien Mardi Gras in Louisiana. where they can be business people
youWk' at the world,it's "She knows what she's doing," ," Schroeder said. They won't When asked about compla-
been changing so rapidly. Yours is said Rod Gillen, 73, after the lec- Aiming at college students, put businesses where they have to'reeducate cency on UF's campus, Schroedersaid
the generation to say we need to ture. "I'd like to see her'run for Schroeder opened the lecture with half the people they ,"Americans do not get to lead
build the positive changes. president." Gillen attended the stories about her daughter, men- hire. They don't want to be a because it is their heritage." Stu-

We've,on been asleep, especially the speech with his wife, Bertie, 69. tioning her daughter's roommate, teacher, a policeman or a social dents need to be "aware and
A lot of people say Santa Fe Community College afraid to study for final exams in worker." Development of human awake" if the United States is
young because of recent resources begins with the family, going to compete in today's inter-
we won't wake up. The 21st cenU'Jntury sophomore Steve Moody said he' the library a national market.alIi .
will be the European century thought it was good that"the guys stabbing. she said.

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J Man arrested for beating UP studentA o Gas station robbed, worker beatenA

UP student was beaten early Sunday morning gas station on Northeast 23rd Avenue was robbed .6 rf IidwS

after an argument on South Main Street, Gainesville Friday night by two men, one of whom hit a worker t X
police said.Victor behind the head with an unknown object, Gainesville yT .
Maturo, 22, was hit in the stomach and police said. Ali oll ::97
throat behind Club X, 108 S. Main St., after arguing The two men entered the Highway Oil Co. gas
with doorman Mark Turner about his age, Gainesville station, 1942 N.E. 23rd Ave., and demanded money 7WTreasre401h
police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Wit from employee David Flake, 25, Gainesville police !

nesses said Turner,22,threw Maturo to the sidewalk, spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. After getting the
but Turner told police that Maturo (ell. money, one of the suspects hit Flake behind the head
Turner was arrested, taken to the Alachua County with an unknown object, then left on foot with the
jail and released later in the afternoon. Maturo, who other suspect. No suspects have been arrested yet,
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had cuts on his face, was taken to Shands Hospital, Darnell said.
Darnell said. MIKE BRUSCELL


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N Is 1F recycled paper billBy

Alligator Writer "We went out and found a way to
save some money and provide re-
All Student Government-funded cycled paper," Delegal said.
organizations will have to use re- Senators also will vote on the sec-
cycled paper for half of their paper ond reading of a bill that creates 15
use starting July 1 if the Student cabinet directorships instead of 12
i iI Senate passes a bill requiring that by splitting the Publications and
Tuesday nightAccording Public Relations Cabinets and add-
to the bill, organiza- ing an environmental cabinet and a
tions such as the Reitz Union, Re- campus involvements cabinet.
creational Sports/Intramurals and The Sports Club Council and UF
: the Florida Players will have to spec- Crew & Rowing team's request for
I ify what paper products they use on $13,850 for two used boats also will
their yearly budgets. In the past, be voted on second reading.
lip SG-funded organizations groupedall Married Housing Sen.Frank Taylor
=n of their office supplies together, said he was mad the request was
including paper products. passed through first reading at the
Thomas Delegal, the executive Senate meeting last week without
director of environmental concerns debate.Taylor said he will speak out
for Student Body President Ed at tonight's Senate meeting.
Scales, initiated the recycling bills, Although no special-interest fund-
Scales said."We're ing requests should be granted by
trying to create a market SG, the possible expenditure of al-
for recycled paper on campus," most $14,000 on used boats insteadof
40, Delegal said last Tuesday at the other organizations such as mar-
Senate meeting. ried housing or residence halls
Using recycled paper will save shows that priorities are with the

,, .mot money because SG will get a dis- see Recycle page 10
count by buying in bulk, Delegal

SG extends deadline

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for vacant Senate seatBy

DEBBIE CENZIPER to inform qualified and interested
Alligator WriterIn minority students to apply for Student
Government positions. The
an attempt to allow more stu- Senate represents all students and,
dents to apply for the off-campus right now, there are no black students
Student Senate seat still open, the in the 80-member Senate,
Referendum and Agenda Committee Meyer had said.
voted unanimously to postpone
their decision on the candidatesuntil The letter reads, "It is our hope
Sunday.At that minority concerns are fairly addressed
by the Student Senate. The
the R&A meeting Sunday best way to ensure that all issues are
E. ANN STODDARD night, Senate President Andrew decided fairly and with regard to all
I In your face Meyer said many eligible students parties is to have a wide variety of
James E. Scott, dean of student services, gets a whipped cream pie in his face during may not have known about the open students to speak from all points of
Golden Key National Honor Society's fund-raiser at the plaza Monday. Each piethrowcost seat or how to apply for the position. view."

50 cents. The money will benefit Habitat for Humanity. Meyer sent a letter to student see Seat page 10
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defeats Ortega' : in electionMANAGUA r:=:I
Nicaragua (UPI) U.S.-backed op- Carter,leading a delegation of international observerswho I AcademicsCampus Housing
position candidate Violeta Chamorro won a stunning earlier had said the election appeared fair, met!
upset victory over Nicaraguan President Daniel with Ortega several times during the night urging himto Involvement Multicultural AffairsOrganizational
Ortega's ruling Sandinista Front, declaring victory recognize his defeat, but Ortega called for"time to Career Development Liaison
early Monday after returns showed her leading by consult.
almost 12 percentage points in the polls. Ortega had pledged to respect the election results Community AffairsEnvironmental Publications
The Sandinista-controlled Supreme Electoral Coun- prior to Sunday's voting, but refused to acknowledgethe Affairs Public Relations
cil said that with about 80 percent of the votes possibility UNO would win and end 10 years of
counted Chamorro's National Opposition Union, Sandinista rule. External Affairs & RecreationTransportation
known by its Spanish acronym UNO, was leading 55 Later Carter and former U.S. Attorney General
Solicitations &
percent to 40 percent.At Elliot Richardson, also an official observer, went to Security
a victory rally in a downtown restaurant jammedwith UNO campaign headquarters to congratulate Chamorro Health Women's Affairs
chanting and cheering UNO supporters,Chamorro and vice presidential candidate Virgilio Godoy.
proclaimed herself the winner at 3:45: am, saying, "This is the start of a new era in Nicaragua,"Godoy
"Now I will honor my commitment to national recon-
said.At 305 J. Reitz Union
ciliation because that is the only way to peace and Sandinista headquarters, where the mood was Apply: Wayne

prosperity." somber, activists were not ready to concede defeat. Deadline: Friday, March 2, 4:30: p.m.
In a remark that may have reflected fears that the "We are not losing these elections; only 30 percentof
Sandinistas may not willingly turn over power, the vote has been counted," said Carlos Gutierrez, Interviews: March 5-9
Chamorro said Sunday's elections were"the first timein a student activist in the front.
our history in which the opposition wins and-God Polls closed at 6 p.m. Sunday after an uneventfulday
willing there will be a peaceful transfer of power." of voting,witnessed by thousands of international
If she is declared the winner by the electoral council, observers who labeled the voting process fair.
she will take office April 25. UNO supporters at a downtown Managua restaurant
Pre-election polls had shown Ortega, 44, elected proclaimed Chamorro, publisher of the opposition Black HistoryMonth
president In 1985, had a substantial lead over Chamorro. newspaper La Prensa, the winner slightly before the
But with as little as 5 percent of the vote counted, official returns were announced.The .
the electoral council was saying he would lose. streets of Managua were quiet during the '
Diplomatic sources said former President Jimmy counting process as supporters remained calm.

. Lithuanians elect noncommunistVILNIUS I i HHBi

U.S.S.R. (UPI) -The Sajudis nationalist become the main obstacle to Lithuanian inde- Feb. 27 Career Workshop
movement advocating Lithuanian independence pendence, and military intervention from Moscow 7:00: p.m.
trounced Communist candidates and swept to victoryin could not be ruled out. RUPC Brown Bag Forum
Lithuanian parliamentary elections, the Tass news "Gorbachev may get a wide scope of power," North Lawn
agency said Monday in the first official confirmation."The Landsbergis said. "They want to stop the collapse of 12:30: p.m.
Lithuanian is to usher the Soviet Union.The be aimed
parliament at
new a new power may blocking
Forum: Black Men & Black Women
phase in the republic's history, in which Communistswill Lithuanian independence."
probably no longer play the leading role," Ches- He said Sajudis representatives and Lithuanian Relationships
lavas Urshenas, a spokesman for Lithuania's councilof Communist Party leader Algirdas Brazauskas wouldgo (sponsored by NAACP)
CSE A101 7:30
ministers, told the official news agency. to Moscow Sunday night to start talks with the : p.m. e aery
Tass said that so far, 90 deputies have been electedto Soviet leadership. S
the 141-member Republican parliament in the Satur- Brazauskas won a seat in Parliament by an over- a
day balloting, and "80 percent of them are Sajudis whelming margin in the first official results announcedby
members." the election commission. /\
Although Sajudis on Sunday claimed a landslide Other official results from Saturday's election were Black Student Union ii Funded by Student Government '
victory, the Tass dispatch from Vilnius was the first slow in coming, but unofficial results provided by the Advertiiing run at I public service by The Independent Florida Alligator/
official Soviet confirmation of the results in the first well-organized Sajudis umbrella organization said it
free, multi-party election in Lithuania in seven had a landslide victory.
decades. But the Sajudis spokeswoman said the new Parlia-
The news agency said only seven Communists of a ment,which is expected to call for independence from
faction still loyal to Moscow were elected and that the Soviet Union, would not convene until the run-off GATORS11661111lue
none of the secretaries of the Central Committee of elections were completed this spring.If .
that party faction was elected to the parliament. the Sajudis results are confirmed by the election
As the pro-secession opposition Sajudis was sweep commission,they would give the organization outright
ing to victory, Sajudis leader Vytautis Landsbergis control of the Parliament and set the stage for
cautioned Sunday that new, almost dictatorial powers Lithuania's independence from a half-century of Soviet
sought by Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev may rule.

I Jackson rules out bid for D. C. mayor I Tuesday, February 27

WASHINGTON (UPI) -Jesse Jackson said Mon- Mayor Marion Barry, a political ally since their daysas Tip-off ((9:30: p.m.)
day he will not be a candidate for mayor of the Districtof young civil rights activists in the 1960s, sought a O'Connell Center
Columbia, but will continue, efforts to persuade fourth term. But until Monday he had never ruled outa
Congress to make the city of Washington the nation's candidacy. ****************************************

51st state. Barry, arrested on cocaine charges last month,has Come Support the Gators host
"Many members of the Washington communityhave not announced whether he will seek a fourth fouryearterm. as they
encouraged me to become a candidate for He was at a substance abuse center near Char- the Tigers. Also, don't miss the
mayor," said Jackson, the two-time Democratic leston, S.C., Monday, and was scheduled to be arraigned Halftime '
presidential candidate whose move to the nation's Wednesday. entertainment as the
capital last summer spurred intense political speculation. Despite his legal problems, a poll published last Daredevils perform their
week showed Barry would defeat Jackson and all other
"I've always said I had no plans to run for mayor," declared candidates if the Democratic mayoral Slam Dunk Routine.

Jackson said at a news conference. "I didn't, and I primary were held now. The city is heavily ****************************************
don't. Democratic.
Jackson, the nation's most prominent, black Jackson said he wants to help the city deal with"the Centel Cellular Night,

politician, said his political agenda continues to grow, drug crisis, crime, murder, and (push) for affordable Register to win a free cellular
but did not say whether he will be a candidate for housing, statehood, and racial healing."
president in 1992. However, his decision to pass up Some national Democratic strategists,.worried phone and official
the mayor's contest leaves him free to make a third Jackson would disrupt the party's field of 1992
run for the White House. presidential contenders,had privately said they hopedhe Centel hats CENS c uucAn
Jackson has consistently said he would not run,if would run for mayor and quit the presidential race. 52 Tickets for 18 and under

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I Wrong figure leaves Hippodrome short of money.. I I IBy

BRIAN STENBERQ "Our biggest mistake was using ganizers needed $150,000 to finish films from the '30s, '40s and 50s. tions, is providing press kits and
Alligator Writer $35,000 as a two-week goal," said the 1989-90 season and to begin Alachua County and the City of public relations services.
Mark Sexton,associate director of the 1990-91 season. Until the two- Gainesville have declared March 9 Organizers hope the efforts will
Organizers of the HippodromeState development. "Once we reached week goal was met, money pouredin through 16 as Hippodrome Week, save North Florida's only profes-
Theatre fund-raising drive that, the community let out a collective l. but since then donations have and the telethon will highlight the sional state theater, which provides
said Monday they should have sigh and thought every trickled.to a total of$13,000.To events. The Hippodrome will plan entertainment to the
asked for more than $35,000 when thing was OK." make up for smaller totals, similar fund-raising events in com- Gainesville community and educational
they announced in January that the Everything was not all right, Sexton said the theater will sponsor ing years, Sexton said. opportunities for UF theater
theater was in financial distress. however,as the misunderstandingleft more fund-raisers, includingthe Sexton said several UF sororities students, many of whom find Internships
They now plan to enlist the support the financially strapped theater Hippothon telethon March 10 and fraternities are helping there.
of UF students and the com- short of its goal by about$103,000, from noon until midnight.The tele- with the telethon and will pitch in "It would be very sad to see it
munity to continue efforts to raise he said. thon, which will be televised on for an upcoming dance marathon. go," said theater professor Albert
$103,000 by July 1. When the fund-raiser began, or- Cox Cable 8,will feature six classic Another UF club, Alpha Product Wehlburg.

I senator encourages young adultsBy r

M.J. MORGAN than spend their time seeking pleasure, Fields
said. The audience laughed when Fields added,
Alligator Writer
"The 1990 super freak is back to crack, smokin'
Calling on America's young adults, Louisiana: dope, 'cause they've lost all hope, missin' school,
State Sen. Cleo Fields, D-Baton Rouge, last week tryin' to be cool, mis-obeyin' all the rules 1990
told UF students to get more involved in their super freak, good-bye."
futures. Other students need to stop spending time
"Every time you turn on the news,the talk about picking out clothes and begin studying more
the young people is negative," the 27-year-old Fields said. "You're not here just for designer
senator said Thursday before addressing about 30 clothes. Fine,if you do so,but it's your real missionat
people in the Rion Ballroom of the Reitz Union. this institution to have a designer mind."
"Young people are dropping The grandson of a preacher,
out of school, on crack cocaine, 7 want people Fields said he relies heavily on
,getting pregnant as teens. I young his faith in God to achieve
want young people to know they to know they can do goals he establishes for him
can do positive things at a self. 4,.
young age, especially in poli- positive things at a, "We were always taught that
tics. God basic tools and
gave us ,
"If you look at most of your young age, especiallyin that it was our responsibility to
legislatures across the country, 'politics.Cleo. take those tools and use them,"
and you look at Congress, he said.
Washington and the U.S. Sen- Fields "God didn't give Stevie Wonder

ate,you see a bunch of old folk. Louisiana State senator eyesight,but God gave him
In celebration of Black His- insight and farsight," he said.
tory Month Fields, a state sen- "And Stevie used what he had."

ator since the age of 24 and the youngest person Born into a poor family of 10 children Fields
ever to be elected to a senate seat, was invited to quickly grew accustomed to being taunted by
UF by the Black Student Union and the Reitz Union other children about the way he dressed.
Program News and Views Committee.He ,
"Ill never forget walking home from school with r
said people can ensure personal success att.
young A 4
tears in my eyes, because I was called 'disadvan- t.f t.
through self-esteem,,education, religion,economic "
development and involvement in political taged, at risk and underprivileged'cold words,
he said in a quiet voice. When Fields asked his
processes. mother whether being'disadvantaged' meant that f
"That is my challenge to you today,"Fields said. he would never be successful, she said, "No, son;
"Have a high self-esteem. Don't feel you're too
but cannotlet
they're talking about your income, you
young to do great things. your income determine your outcome.
Two weeks after being elected,Fields was in the
back of the Senate chamber when another senator E. ANN STODOARD
asked him for a cup of coffee. Fields replied,"I am correction Up In the air
not a page; I am your colleague. I am Senator UF sophomore Liath Appleton from Austin, Texas, practices
Fields, but when you see a page you can tell himto Michelle Rosemond is no longer affiliated with juggling Monday afternoon on the Plaza of the Americas. She
get two cups of coffee." Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. The Alligator reported said she just learned to juggle earlier that day.
Students should value their educations rather otherwise on this page Monday.

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My vote won't

matter anywayDuring -r

the past week, citizens of two countries lined

up at the polls to voice their opinions. And the way they
voted has dramatically changed the political face of each


The two countries don't have much in common;

they're on different sides of the world, and the people
speak different languages. But the people in both places

took advantage of a chance to vote last week for the

same reason they had been deprived of the oppor-

tunity of choice for many years.In .

Lithuania, voters announced in the first multi-party

elections in 70 years they were tired of the ruling com-

munist government. The vote showed that citizens wantto

seek independence from Moscow byelecting a

majority of independent candidates to the new 11 1RilA( IlSnlVl tl
republican Parliament.

Sunday in Nicaragua, voters elected 60-year-old

newspaper publisher Violeta Chamorro over Sandinista
Front leader President Daniel Ortega in a stunning

upset. The elections, which were witnessed by thousandsof Don't 'take the and run'A
international observers, were said to be peaceful and money

fair and ended 10 of Sandinista rule.
years Ortega con-
few I movie the
days ago, was watching a on
ceded defeat Monday morning and said he hoped the integration of Central High in Little Rock, Arkansas, >> Lori Shannon
election process would bring peace to the war-torn and I said to myself that if I had to go through all that SPEAKING
country. trouble just to go to school I would have turned around OUTbut
and gone back home.As soon as I said it,the hotnessof
the elections in-
During Nicaraguan two people were
shame took over my body and I started to think our hands,feet and hearts are never stirred enoughto
jured at a polling place in Managua when more than 100 over the implications of what I had said. take action.

people waiting to vote pushed through a narrow gate. In The shameful part, to me, wasn't that I had said it, We leave all the legwork to our older leaders, after
Esteli, a 78-year-old woman died of an apparent heart at- it was that I knew it was true.I all, they know how to deal with these types of
tack as she prepared to vote. I and most young black people can be classified problems. But who's going to deal with the problemof
The people in these countries wanted to vote. They under two words, unappreciative and lazy. We do no racism and discrimination after they are dead?
more than we have to for ourselves and we do nothing That seem cold of me to ,but the fact
cared about their government enough to wait in line for may very say
when it concerns the well-being of others.This is
still remains that they won't be around forever
hours. They cared enough that their votes actually did
of the main reasons the black community is faltering.We can't pass the reins over to someone who doesn't have
make a difference. are supposed to be the best and the brightestthat the foggiest idea about the fight for civil rights.
The American people aren't that different from the our race has to offer. After an, we have all the We think it's easy to bring about a change in
voters in Lithuania and Nicaragua. One of the only comforts and conveniences that our parents or America because we think the civil rights movementwas
reasons we are different is that we neglect our oppor- grandparents never had and most of us have attained piece of cake. All Martin Luther King Jr. had
some degree of education,be it high school .
or college.So
to do march of times cliches
was a couple string some
tunities The in this have
to vote. people
country never
why, with all of these tools at our disposal, are together and suddenly is equal.
been forced live under rule. The in everyone
to military people we so ambivalent about our civil rights and responsibilities
Wrong. Everyone is still not equal and it will never
this have faced violent takeover ? We .
country never a by an op- are lazy.It and
happen unless we can start looking past ourselves
posing government. sounds funny,but part of the fault lies in integra- our own problems.We .
tion. I and none of my friends have ever had to ride
The priorities in each country ,seem to be different. in the back of the bus or eat at a separate counter. speaking only to college students, need to get
Lithuanians and Nicaraguans stand in line to vote. We've always been able to go anywhere we please our noses out of the air and to the grindstone.Someoneout
Americans camp out all night for things such as ticketsto without much hassle, so when we hear stories about there gave of themselves so that we can be wherewe
Paul McCartney concerts. There's nothing wrong with segregation, it seems like ancient history and we treatit are now, what do we plan to give back or are
wanting to enjoy a good concert; it's just a shame that as something that doesn't happen anymore. we going to take the money and run?
we think it is more important than political elections. That attitude, coupled with our acceptance of the One day we could be living on the streets or
"me" generation philosophy has made us soft. carrying a hungry baby in our arms. So look past
There are probably Americans who want to be We can sit and talk about politics and bureaucracy those Greek letters and see the real world and start
deprived of the right to vote. But it's become somethingthat for hours, but ask us to register to vote and we never working to ensure our race's place in it.

we neglect. seem to have the time. If we hear about an incidentof We are lazy, but we don't have to stay that way.

Whether it's national elections or a local referendum, racism, there's a great rumbling from our mouths, Lori Shannon is a sophomore at UFo
/American voters should care. They should look at those I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
''who were deprived the voters in Nicaraugua and
(Lithuania and be reminded of how important a single Senate delayed to GSC funding. point out that if our special request
Also, the GSC did not"trade in" had been heard in a timely fashionby
\jvote can be. It would be frightening if Americans had to hearing GSC bill anything. Although we did reluctantly SG,this whole fiasco could have
,learn the hard way.alligator. ask the Senate to split our been avoided.'
Editor: The Graduate' Student bill to ensure,UFs representationat Also, if the Senate president
Council would like to clear up a few an upcoming conference the states that the Senate will pass a
misconceptions that may have delaying tactics of a few senators bill for the sake of convenienceonly
Lucy Chabot been generated by the biased ar- forced this decision no part of it is indicative of a, major
Managing Editor Opinions Editor ticle appearing Feb. 16, about the the request had been passed when problem in that body. \t
/(Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton handling of our special request by the Senate decided to hear, and Finally, the GSC feels (that all
Student Government. subsequently pass the entire bill. journalists, even student ones,
Letters Policy First of all, any "games" the Although some senators should attempt to obtain all sidesof
i 1 letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words) (ebuot one a.b .10 page). They should be ex-
Senate endured
,typed. doub+spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name address ind telephone were entirely due pressed reservations about votingon a story before reporting on it.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just esuse.If you have any questions call to the politically motivated ploys ofa a funding bill so close to the SG Bill Johnson
the editorial page! editor et 378-4458 few Senators who
were opposed election, the GSC would like to GSC vlce1'relldent

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Officers Owen McCray Mignone

RP Receive Promotions At UPD CAM US

Iqldpow TODAY
IF r Forum with UF College of Engineering

Produced by UF Information and Publications Services 355 minority affairs director Roscoe McNealy,
Tigttt Hall and paid'for at usual advertising rates to communicate 7 12:30: p.m., Reitz Union north lawn;
official notices and important information to s NAACP forum discussing relationships be-
students(acuity and Stall Call 392 Ot86 tor information. a.
tween black men and women, 7:30: p.m.,
A-101 Computer Science and Engineering
4. Building.GERIATRIC.
Woman Cosmonaut, "Overview of Biology and Aging
b presi-
Gerontological Society of America
Soviet Engineer dent-elect Dr. Vincent Cristofalo, 11 a.m.,
Speak FridayThe Three officers at the University Police Department-K.G. Owen, Charles McCray and discuss life at UF for Black and Hispanic
Ed Mignone-were recently promoted. students, 3 p.m., Division of Housing
first woman in space will be one of Owen has been promoted from lieutenant to major and assistant director of safety Conference Room, Museum Road and
two Soviet scientists to speak at UF about and security after serving UPD for three years as lieutenant and commander of the investigations 13th St.
U.S.-Soviet cooperation on Friday at 3 division. Before joining UPD, Owen served for 21 years with the Gainesville ZOOLOGY SEMINAR by UP Center for
p.m.. in A-101 Computer Science and Engineering Police Department, where he retired as executive lieutenant commander. He graduated Latin American Studies assistant professor
Building.. from the 117th session of the FBI National Police Academy and is a retired battalion Kent Redford, "The Empty Forest,"
Valentina Vladinurovna Tereshkova, who commander in the U.S. Army where he received two Meritorious Service Awards. Owen 3:45: p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
in 1963 became the first woman to fly in received bachelors degrees in criminal justice and in public administration in 1976 from PHARMACOLOGY SEMINAR, "The
space, will speak on "Space Age Technol- Florida Technological University. Regulation of Cellular Senescence," by Dr.
ogy and the Need for US/USSR/ Cooperative McCray who has been promoted from corporal to sergeant, started his career with Vincent Cristofalo, chairman of the Center
\fentures." Konstantin V. Frolov vice UPD in 1984 as patrol officer. He was named field training officer in 1986 and becamea for Gerontological Research, Medical Col-
president of the Soviet Academy of Sci- corporal in 1987. McCray has been nominated for an 11-week training session at the lege of Pennsylvania, 4 p.m., R-5265
ences, will speak on"Benefits of Industrial" FBI National Police Academy in Quantico, Va. A 1973 graduate of Santa Fe High School, Health Science Center's Academic Re-
Cooperation with the Soviet Union. McCray studied at UFo search Building.
Tereshkova is the only woman on the Mignone, who began work at UPD in 1988, has been promoted from patrol officerto UF WOMEN'S FACULTY ASSOCIA-
Presidium of the Supreme Soviet, the corporal. Before working at UF Mignone worked for the university police at the State TION panel discussion, "Aggressive
Soviet Union's' parliament. She is chairperson University of New York in Stony Brook and Farmingdale. He also worked for the New Behavior: How to Recognize It and Deal
of the USSR Friendship Committees, \brk City Transit Police for over two years. Mignone earned an associate of science degreein with It in Students and Other Faculty," 5
which work to eliminate barriers betweenthe criminal justice from the State University of New York in 1979. p.m., 400 Reitz Union.
Soviet Union and other countries in WILDLIFE SCIENCES LECTURE, "A
areas such as trade, science and technology. Florida Ecosystem's' Conservation Data
She is a.member of the Order of the October UF Faculty Support Center Offers Base," by University of Colorado-Boulder
Revolution and has been awarded the
professor of environmental, population and
Gold Star the Soviet Union's' highest honor USPS Employees Computer SessionsThe organismic biology David Crumpacker, 7
p.m., 100-A Williamson Hall.
College Of Business Faculty Support Center for Com- LOTUS ADDITIONAL WORKSHEET ART FACULTY LECTURE, UP Depart-
puting, located at 2215 Turlington Hall, is SKILLS-Section 1: Lesson 1, April 16, 1 to ment of Art sculpture professor Pamela
Award Nominations Due spring-term computer seminarsfor 3 p.m., and Lesson 2, April 18 1 to 3 p.m. Brown discusses her work, 7:30: p.m., 105
USES employees. USPS registrationforms USING dBASE IV-Section 1: Lesson 1, Fine Arts Building B.
Nominations are being accepted for the hands-on lessons have been April 3, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, UF BAROQUE ENSEMBLE CONCERTby
through Thursday for the College of Bus- sent to each department, including in- April 5, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. flutist Sarah Baird rouse, oboist Leslie
iness Undergraduate Teaching Awards. structions for establishing an encum- Odom, harpsichordist Willis Bodine and
UF has allocated five awards of $2,500 brance to cover costs. Reservations are notaccepted INTRODUCTION TO SAS/PC-Section/ FSU cellist Bruce Holloway, 8:15: p.m.,
1: Lesson 1, March 27,12:50: to 2:45: p.m., University Auditorium.
for USPS seminars.
each to reward ongoing excellence, in- by phone
and Lesson 2 March to .
29,12:50: 2:45"p.m.:
novation and effectiveness in undergraduate The Macintosh classroom is located in 521 WEDNESDAY

teaching in the College. Weil Hall. March and April seminars are INTRODUCTION TO THE MACIN- LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES LECTURE -
Nominations may be submitted by faculty listed below: TOSH-March 26, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. by University of London assistant

students, alumni and interested par- INTRODUCTION PERSONAL MACINTOSH GRAPHICS-Section 1: professor of anthropology Denise Arnold,
ties and should be returned to manage- COMPUTER-March 8,9:35: to 11:30: a.m. Lesson 1, April 10, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and The House of Earth Bricks and Inka
ment professor William Fox, 227 Business DOS-FUNDAMENTALS-April, 9:35: Lesson 2, April 12, 9:35 to 11:30: a.m.MACINl'OSH Stones: Gender; Memory and Cosmos in
Building. For more information, contact to 11:30: a.m.USING Ayllu Qaqachaka (Bolivia)," noon, 376
-April 17 1 to 3 p.m. 4.0-Section 1: Lesson 1, March 27,9:35: to VIDEO TELECONFERENCE -
USING WORDPERFECT 5D-Section 1: 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, March 29, 9:35:
"Alcohol and Medication Abuse in
Planning Assembly Meets Lesson 1, March: 13, 1 to 3 p.m., and to 11:30 a.m. the Elderly," 1 to 3:30: p.m., Cl-15 J. Hillis
HallThe Lesson 2, March: 15, 1 to 3 p.m.; Section Miller Health Center. Cost, $10 in advance,
Wednesday Tigert 2: Lesson 1, April 4, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., Free $15 at door; additional $5 for CEU credit.
will and Lesson 2, April 6, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. BicycleRegistration Call 392-3121 to register.
meet at 3:30: p.m. Wednesday in the Pres- tion I:1: Lesson 1, March 12, 9:35: to 11:30: "Fetal Neural Tissue Transplantation, A
ident's Board Room, 226 Tigert Hall,for to a.m., and Lesson 2, March 14,9:35: to 11:30: Students can have bicycles registered Cure for Paralysis?,"by Dr. Paul Refer; UPs
discuss a reouest for increased security a.m.; Section 2: Lesson 1, April 17 9:35: and engraved for free weekdaysfrom Mark Overstreet Professor of Neurological
sorority parking at Norman Field. Com- ,to 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, April 19,9:35to : 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the University Surgery and Neuroscience, 8 p.m.,
mittee reports will be heard on parking, 11:30 located the intersection
: a.m.USING Police Department, at Medical Science Building Auditorium.CONTINUING .
landscape and historic building preser-' LOTUS 1-2-3-Section 1:Lesson of Museum Road and Newell -
vation. 1, March 12, 1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson 2, Drive. .
March 14, 1 to 3 p.m. UPD's Crime Prevention Unit is providing STUDENT SCULPTURE SHOW fea-
the service to help prevent stu-. tures three-dimensional work by ad-
Galavision Tapes ShownAt oe o -- dents from being the victims of bike vanced students of UF sculpture professor

In Grlnter Hall o!ar For University theft, and in recovering stolen bikes. Pamela Brown, through today in the Focus
de 1 & UPD will keep on file information on Gallery, 302 Fine Arts Building C, 8 to
Galavision e News InformationUNIVERSITY all registered bicycles' that can help stu- 11:45: a.m. and 1 to 4:45: p.m. weekdays.
broadcasts from a
Taped dents retrieve their bikes if stolen. FLORIDA PLAYERS PRODUCTION,
Mexican television network, will be presented
in the Center for Latin American Marking bicycles deters thieves and "Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy
Studies Lounge, 323 Grinter Hall, every D also increases students'chances of get- Dean, Jimmy Dean," through March 3,
ting their stolen bikes back. / 8:15 State .
Monday Wednesday and Friday at noon. : p.m., Hippodrome Theatre.
The broadcast is of"Eco,"a Mexican mom- For more information about the program Tickets, free for UF students and$6.50 for
1 news includes Latin ,call the Crime Prevention Office, general public, available at University Box
\ ,ing American and Mexican news stories, as 392-1409. Office in Reitz Union, 10:30: a.m.to 6 p.m.
well as weather reports. weekdays.1'tJE.SDAY
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The Culture of Latin America will be the focus of much campus activity >>f

as the University of Florida celebrates the first annual Hispanic! Heritage \ L ti''

Week, February 28 through March 4. Sponsored by UF's Hispanic Student ,: t..

Association, the festivities will highlight the customs and traditions A .YI,:,

common to the university's Hispanic students. ;'!\ .., ....,

A Latin food festival, popular Hispanic movies, a fiesta and a concert t,: : .rFl' '

from a Miami-based Latin band are scheduled for the student body and the ..H:;. ;;$ "
general public to enjoy throughout the week. The following is a schedule ; ,' ;. 10'
of the events't:

Wednesday, The week kicks-off with a Latin American Arts and Crafts A\1 .: r:

February 28: Exposition UF's J.: Wayne Reitz Union. Various exhibitsof ::,. .. ;: ;.
arts and crafts native to Latin America will be on display ,' i' j Pat :'"
the Colonnade ((11 a.m. 3 p.m.). A Spanish movie with :' :'., t\J\(,
English subtitles, "Camila", will be shown in room 270- :.
Weil Hall at 7:30: p.m. (Engineering Building in front of ;, :: -, '

Stadium) : .
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Thursday The Hispanic Student Association will host an Open House. .<.'.0/(0.1(!!, .. .1'. :.>" '

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show fee-card, $2.00 for general public. It will be held at ,. ; :.". \:, i i?,. '.:
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I Sales tax advocates try to learn from past mistakesBy I

JOHN F, BERRY publicized battle. One month be- tion over who would pay for the Voters will decide March 13 some details have yet to be re-
Writer fore the repeal, Alachua County operation of fire hydrants and whether Alachua County should solved. The city and county have
Alligator voters rejected a 1-cent: localoption street lights in the urban fringe raise the sales tax from 6 to 7 cents. not agreed on how to meet the
Sales tax advocates learned the sales tax similar to the in- surrounding Gainesville. The extra penny would generate conditions of their agreement,
danger of governmental bickeringmore crease that will appear on next Although not on the agenda for about $243 million over the next Burke said.

than two years ago, when month's referendum. that week, the county agreed to a 15 years for Alachua County. Burke said the sales tax will fail
voters rejected a tax increase amid Button said voters confused the compromise within 24 hours. after One critic of the sales tax, UF for the same reason it did In 1987.
public debate over a separate tax. state service tax and the local 1- the city drafted it law instructor Iris Burke, said the She said the governments are not
Now they're taking advantage of cent sales tax as one issue. Beth McCague, who heads the fire hydrant and street light issueis bound to spend the money as they
the lesson to push for a 1-cent The feeling here was, 'Why, Make Sense Citizens Committee, not settled,and it will erupt again have indicated, and voters fear officials
increase in the local sales tax, hop gee; the state is about to raise said she worried voters would re- after the election. Burke is a mem- won't keep their promises.
ing to avoid the confusion that taxes,'" Button said. To make up .ject the referendum if they were ber of Friends of Alachua County,
destroyed their chances the last for lost revenue, the state did raise confused on what the commissions an environmental and political Friends of Alachua County and
time voters considered an in- the sales tax from 5 to 6 percent wanted. group that opposes the sales tax the Make Sense Citizens Committee
crease, UF political science professor when it revoked the service tax. '"Without cooperation, our campaign and bond. will debate the sales tax and
Jim Button said.. "" They have papered over the $100 million school bond Thurs-
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pealed a controversial service tax Gainesville and Alachua County campaign is governments working Although both commissions set- Park. The debate is sponsored by
in December 1987, after a much commissions into a quick resolu- together and getting things done." tled on a compromise Feb. 13, the League of Women Voters.


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comments themselves. They were worried that opening the wrong groups, Taylor said last week. Any UF student who lives in the 32603 zip code is
comments to department chairs and deans would make Senators will vote on first reading a special request from eligible for the open seat. Fraternity Row and sectionsof
evaluations less a measure of teaching ability and more a ACCENT for $4,798 to bring A. Whitney Brown to speak. the Student Ghetto are part of that zip code.
measure of popularity. Meyer said Senate's Information and Investigation
Senators also will vote on first reading a special request Committee may not have done a thorough job of
Although advertising professor John Sutherland said he from the Student Agriculture Council and the Team Florida informing students about the seat. The two students
believes students' comments are helpful, he questioned the
Bicycle Club for about $2,000 each. who already applied and were interviewed will be
validity and reliability of free
The Referendum and Agenda Committee will recommendSen. given full consideration and interviewed again Sun
"Open-ended questions are subject to multiple interpretations Barbara Howard for the Information and Investigationchair day.The committee's decision had nothing to do with
," Sutherland said. The evaluation becomes very sub- ; Sen. Use Smith for the Affairs and Ethics Chair; Sen. them, Meyer said.
jective depending" on how the dean or department chair wants Eric Foster for the A&E Committee; Sens. Charles Anthony, "It's our job to notify people," Meyer said. "I really
to read it. David Odum, Zana Holley and Barbara Howard for the Judiciary don't think it's fair to other students."
Committee chairman Arthur King, a dentistry professor, Committee; Sens. Leann Scarborough, Rich Gordon, Interested students can apply in the Student Senate
scheduled a meeting on March 12 to discuss the possibilityof Nelson Miranda, Chris Youngblood and Jay Doyle for the office on the third floor of the Reitz Union. The
changing the rule. If the committee makes the recommendation Budget and Finance Committee;and Sen.Mike Cohen for the application deadline is 4 p.m. Friday. Applicants are
it will have to be approved by the UF provost and Internal Relations and Organizations Committee.Senators will required to get 100 signatures and will be interviewedat
president before becoming official. make the final decision. 7 p.m. Sunday.

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"Check Our New Specials" LAURELSI Take over payments
classified ad: All Amenities Available May through August. Furnished: dresser
1 For Rent Furnished Treehouse Village 2bdr/2ba F needed, FURNISHED UNFURNISHED desk, twin beds and own bath
In Person: exc0 rmmtes, transp. provided to UF and Roommates Available $250/month & utilities CALL TODD 335-
2 For Rent Unfurnished' Cash check MC or VISA. SFCC. wash/dry, $175/mo. 375.5384 An We're No 1 9292 325.4
gela. 3-2-10-1 REGENCY OAKS
3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office 378.5768 Sublet Ibd/unf Windmeadows, March

For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave. Large 142 BR apt. neatly furnished 3230 SW Archer Road through July. 372-8752 leave message
convenient to UF &downtown $250-
M-F 8 am 4 pm pets COUNTRY GARDENS 3-2.5.4
4 Sublease House/Apt./ 275 mo. 376-5957 2285.1 373-4500 '

Main BookstoreHub 2001 SW 16th Street WOWI Hawaiian Village 2bd/2ba/ LARGE
5 Roommates Customer Service Desk Furn Ibd/ba/ close to UF. Feb. free, until apt. Sublet for $440/mo Sum C woption

6 For Sale M-FSam- 4.30 pm May 90 $230/mo. 392-6587 335-7650 to renew! Terms Negotiable! 3723467
(after 5pm) Call Shim. 2272.1
WALK 3.2.5-4
IBDR IN CLOSET, Village West.
Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
7 Real Estate 800 NW 18 Ave, take 9 St. N from 16 Ave.
M-F8am-9pm, Sat noon 9 pm Office: 411 NW 15 St. 371.7777 2-27-10- Oakbrook Walk lux. apt Close to UF
8 Motorcycles : Sun noon -5 pm FOR RENT: 2 2bdr/2ba. turn SI gO/mo. Share room

: :: ..,::" Call Maida 3368969.
9 Autos ."' j.: 355.4
Medical Bookstore Shands 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk
WALK TO UFIII Studios, $210 1BD $235
88m 4 30 pm
10 Wanted 2BD $285. College Park Properties 411 I 5 ROOMMATES
Services By Mall: to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280, NW 15 SI. 371-7777 2-27-10-2
11 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec.
12 Services Use forms appearing weeklyin Plus lMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. DUCK POND AREA BRANDYWINE FURNISHED
Typing the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by Santa Fe Trace Apts 378.1 IgO. 430-75- 1 Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street. 2bdr/1ba, Jacuzzi sauna, wt room, huge
13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA, or checks only. 2 $235 Month. Phone 3772615. pool, 1/2 ml. to UF $230/mo lor own room
& 1/2 cable & util 372-2857, Dennis 2-

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet One Block from campus Very Large room 28-20-5

15 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard washer/dryer available in most units for nice house, cable in room, SW area,
ONLY Five dollar minimum. $20 mo. Cats Allowed 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath $195/mo utilities included Greg 376.3291. Need 1, 2 or 3 rmmts for 3bd/2ba apt in
16 Connections M-F8.30.4pm. $250-$350, sec & Imr. 372.6422. 4-30- Three Oaks, just 4 bike to campus, microwave .
75-2 WINDMEADOWS APTS. paddle fans, w/d facilities. Call 378-

17 Notices o How to correct or 1.2, & 3 Bedroom 1655. 3-5-10-5
SPACIOUSONE Pool, Tennis, Laundry
18 Rides 4 BEDROOM APT. 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3553 LAST MONTH FREE And security dep.
19 Pets cancel your ad: ONLY $260/MO. too! Piccadilly Apts, own rm/ba/ $225/mo/
LYONS APT WILLIAMSBURG APTS. & 1/2 utils. Call "Jocko at 336-0206 2.

20 Lost & Found Cancellations: 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 AVAILABLE NOWIII 27.5.5

Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4 pm. 4-30-71-2 1,2TH 8 3Bdrms.
No refunds can be given. Pool, Laundry M/F/ to share 4bdrm house, non-smoker
INCREDIBLE 1 Block 10 UF/Shands i40/mo & 1/4 util, lit, last, dep. Call

? Alligator errors: Efficiency Apt. 2000 SW 16th St *** 376-1253 373.4281, leave message for Rick any.
O When will your ad run
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs Starting at $185 time. 2275.5
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom MOUNT VERNON APTS
Room avail in beautiful, historic 4br/2ba/
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 110 NW 39th Ave. PoolLaundryClose hse., 2blks from Tigert, quiet, studious

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected 378.3988 to UF/Shands but fun atmosphere, partially turn
$135/mo/ & 1/4. 371.2343.
375-3861 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389
Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

Union or Shands may take I No refunds or credits can be given after 4-30-70-2 IBDR apt; fans, cent ht/air.; carpet; mini, Needed ASAP. Huge Master
I' placing the ad. Changes called in after vertical blinds; on bus, near UF, $275, bdr in 3bdr apt, rent nego. Call Joe or Jeff
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. Summit House, nice 2bdr/1ba. Available including water. 3730701. 2-28-7-2 at 335-2081 2-28-5-5
May. Walk to VA/Shands/Campus/ 335-
may run for any length of time
Customer error or changes: 3560 Leave a message. 3-5-5-2 Oakbrook Condos F to sh 2bd/2ba lux
and be cancelled at time. Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the
any Corrections! must be made In person at price of one. Pool, tennis, sauna, wt. apt. Walk to campus turn, wash & dry.
Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. 1/2 mile to campus Trees, quiet neighbor .room. Stonerldge Apts 3800 SW 34 St. $140/mo/ & 1/3 util Avail now to 71 373-
hood. Clean, newly painted 2br apt, dw
funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction tee. washer/dryer hookup, $350/mo. Call 373- 3751121. 2923, Gretchen. 2-28-5-5

0129. 3-9-9-2 VIZCAYA after Spring 2 Rmmts needed
Duckpond area, historic home, bay win
dow, hardwood firs, c/heat, 1 room avail. own bedrm share bath l50/mo and 1/3
416 NE 2nd Ave, $240/mo/ mcl util I 373- ulil Call 378-4286 ask for Scott or Iv msg
General I Public Greg James Smith 2381 evenings
One month (reel' Sublease 5 months
Townhouse 2bdr 2 1/2 ba and much more
1 bdrm in Oxford Manor apt for rent, very
$2i7/mo/ for info call Glenn or Steve at
t clean, avail. immediately, save money by 332.2568.
renting now, please call Kim 371.2837 or
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to share 2br/2bth NW house,

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Your basic SUBLEASE: $250/mo.1/2 util call Randy 377-2537
leave message. 2-28-4-5
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CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL. Nice 2bd/2ba/ house in NW. All amen. 2mi! from UF
fun $160/month I + 1/3 util. Martha or Jennifer
funky apt, Camelot unfurn. Fireplace, barbeque -
3764138. 3155Need
pool, view. $550/mo. 373-4698 any.

., .: ." .-., ." :; .. ... crazy, zany, time. A Rmmt? Avail. Nowl F N/S/ own/rm/
lull ba,washer, dryer.Oxford Manor. Rent
Sublease Apt: Ibd/lba/ new carpet, central
natural fibersportswear Call 377-8034.
heat/air, wash/dry hook-up. $235/mo
r- p. 1r In first, no last, & $100 sec. 395.0066 or
to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in
495-2361 2-28-6-4
SW Area fully furnished, washer/dryer/

and assorted 2bdr/iba Apt. Carpeted, fenced yd for $22S/mo & 1/2 util. Call Gwynn at 335-

pets, avail 3/1 $220/mo In SW ares Key 6273. 3-9-10-5

n management 372.3060 ((9-5pm) 336-0540
n n goodies store after 5pm. 2-27-5-4 Bicycle Club share 2bd/2ba $245/mo/ &
.,o AP 1/2 util. 336-9513 Iv msg. 22835Roommate ,

for men andwomen. Sublet Mar-Apr The Woods(close to UFo
on SW) ibr/iba (turn, i pool, $267/mo, no wanted in a spacious apt
deposit required 336-8036 wkdy, 372- $132/mo 1/3 util. Call 378-3211. 3-2-4-5

2878 wknd.
M/F rmmt needed for 3tad/2ba/ house

1025 W. w/d, dw, ac. $175/mo 1/3 util.372-3695
University 1 bdr apt. avail. March, walk to UFo I
P $239/unturn/ or $259/furn. Call Tom 336-
336-7025 M/ns roommate needed to share 3bd/2ba/ "I
1029 3711.4
house Washer/dryer, 5 miles from campus
$180/mo. 1/3 utilities +deposit.Call I I
SubltlS.larg. ibdr oversized kitchen 3758189. 3-5-5-5
bath & living room, brand new sculptured
carpet, tile, & wall paper, dishwash ft garbage
WE WANT YOU! F for own room In 3bdr
$3lO/mo. Feb. free 335-.
disposal NW home 11/210 UF w/d. ac cable/ nice
9600. Close to UF Apts.
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2-28.3-4 yard.3665 1/4 util, $180/mo. 378-4827 Misty.

Summer Sublet! n/s/f needed early May.

Own bdrm In nice 3brm apt. 1 1/2 miles Classifieds. .
EARLY AGE JONATHANWAS from UF. ONLY $145mo. Don't lose out!
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Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Ticket For Sale 1-way to Seattle March 1 Bar Great lor Parties Water resistant\ & stand 'Like New' $400. Kmgsize
brands art all at our New Location I Car Call 3368672. 2-27-10-6 $100 or best olfer. 335.3690 Leave Mes mattress, box spring and frame "Like
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372- sage. 2-28-5-6 New" $350. Misc !living rm turn. Will b. Imports from Africa Beauty supplies.
2070. 4-30-756 avail around March 5. Call 373-4763 and Mention this ad and get 20% off select
COMPUTERMagnovox Dining table w/ drop sides, Incl/ 4 uphol. ask for Kim. 32-5-6 clothing. Good thru Mar. 15 615 W. Umv
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the old. stared chairs $200. 4-piece white rattan 336-9397 3-2-4-6
est, best and lowest priced ear stereo 286 12 Mhz, 40MB ((28ms) cushions $200. 338.8918. 2-28-5 Ticket 4saleSpring Break R/T/ Tampa to
store In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St. Hard Drive 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB), Chicago Mar 15-22 $170 obo. 373-9940.
4-30-75-6 3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive 14" VGA Color Fanatic Lite Viper Sail board, entire rig 2-28-3-6 MOPED $225 378.1300
Monitor(.31 dot pitch), 16-bit VGA switch- plus Thule racks all In great shape Hardly
Rockford, Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, able video card MS-DOS,4.01,GW Basic, used. $950. Call 378-0690 Lv Msg 3.1. ALPINE: Equalizer ((3213)) 4 80X2 bridgeable
Infinity, Kicker Code Alarm. The Best DOS Tutorial, 1 yr. warranty, $ 589. 6-6 amp(3528)( ); like new together only
Car Stereo Installer In town. Car Stereo $275 obo. Great for adding subs. Call BED
3751834. Large Dorm Size Fridge $70. McCormickCue 3718165. 3-2-5-6
to Co. PANASONIC 1124
D-25 w/case. Never broken w/ rarely LIKE NEW Twmsize $45 336-4331. 2-28-
ALARMS installed remote control Letter Quality Printer, 2 yr warranty. Best used $110 375-2467 2-27-3-6 Technics cd player programmable and
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will printer! $305. remote, $100 obo, call before noon,make 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME
demo.Call 336-9193 student message NAGEL for sale. Framed in platinum, very offer, rodney, 3356413. 3-2.5-6
WORD PERFECT 5.1 modern looking. call 3784437. 2-27-3-6
4-30-72-6 UF LOCATION! room house
TANDY 1000hx 2 720k drives, time-date
Latest full version, students and faculty CH/AC./ Good condition! Rented. In-
Car Alarm,Autopsge,Chapman. Home only $135. SPEAKERS 2M&M 1 15" $150. 2 M & M chip, 130A printer color monitor w/stand vestment/fraternity/other./ / $130,000
and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul, Sherwood 8" pl. ace. $125 obo. 332-7961 Steve. Nice system. Dan 338-1352 $995.00 obo. 376-6652 owner.
and more. We Beat All Prices! 3-2-5-6 3-5-5-6 I
3733754. 4-30-69-6 ELITE #335-1300 TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2/ BA, eat in
Want Eric Clapton ticket at Oml-Atlanta. COPY MACHINE Sharp Z70 personal copier kitchen, pool, tennis, washer dryer Forest .
36116MOVING Good seat only. (not behind stage/2-miles ,retails for$1700,excellent shape.Will of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing
MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376-1146 away') Call Jeanne at 373-2351 3-2-5-6 take best offer ph. 373-6829. 3-2-4-6 3745401. 3+21.7
Editor's choice CompuAdd A Northgate MUST SELL!
H P. Price same or lower than mail large desk w/ swivel & stationary chair. 2 Univega Grand Rally 12 speed bike. Save $10,000. Rockwood Vil. Lux condo
order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb micros. Dining room set. Affordable. 336- Shirnano components. 25 inch frame. Sony CDX 77 brand new $375. Rockford 2bd/2ba. Best location. Call owner collect
((28ms). graphics monitor, .. 0784 eves or msg. 2-27-5-6 New sells for $550. Asking $200 or will Fosgate-2 15" punch In tuned enclosure 3055962969. 2-2-7-7
MC 286/12/ $1195. Packard Bell $1295. tr.d'or' a mountain bike. 3713634. 3-2- $300 2 18" punch pro $600. Call 336-
MC 386SX $1495 386/20 Sylvania am/fm radio & turntable, collection 6854. 3-5-5-6
Northgate SS waterbed 6 drawer base headboard Assumable/No/ qualify. 2bd/2 1/2 ba
$2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery of opera records, call Miriam after complete$135 obo. Call 377-5535 leave twnhs $4000 down 47900. MCPHER-
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1987 Red 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 378-7179.
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make I UF must deal with Jackson, streakBy I

underdog according to next year. We haven'twon
strong run Alligator Staff WriterThere's the Las Vegas line, and UPI Top 20 a game in a long
the specter of losing is The United.Prosetetern.Uonr"'. eordotCaChss' time, but that doesn't
only one way to stop a speeding an overwhelming con Top' 20 college and records 1I.bo.. ,'OIIgh ratings,Sunday. with In,.firrMplaavow ,-. mean this team can't re-
Mack truck as it bolts down the interstateat cern to the players. those. ,. toll points \bead on I.points .for kmploa,14 spond tonight and give
at SEC titleWith 80 mph. You slow it down gradually. "It's going to feel bad .for second,tlc.I..d) .MM.....'.'OIIklng LSU everything they

Similarly, there's only one way to stop that we're on one of the "1. Kansas ((31)) ((27.2)) 599 2 have."
2 Missouri ((5)) ((25.3)) 531 1 Everything they haveis
that Florida
one look at his squad's final two Louisiana State's speeding basketball star, worst teams 3 Nevada-Lu Vegas ((3)) ((24-4)) 500 5
Chris Jackson. You slow the game down.That's has ever had, but at this 4 Duke ((1)} ((23.5)) 47& 4 center Dwayne Davis,
Southeastern Conference regular-season con- point we can't really get 5 Georgetown ((1)) ((21-4)408) 3 who leads the team with
tests, Georgia coach Hugh Durham's euphoria why the UF basketball team con 1 Connecticut ((24.4)) 381 8
about his squad's slim 86-85 triumph tinued practicing on its now-trademark caught up into what re- Oklahoma) ((21-4)377) 11 12.6 points a game. Gar-
slow-down offense afternoon in cords we're going to 8. Michigan ((20.5)) 289 10 cia is close behind, av-
Sunday over Louisiana State quickly dissi- 8 Syracuse ((20-5)) 271 8 12.0. -
pated. preparation for tonight's matchup with break, Gators guard 10 Purdue ((20-5)251) 7 eraging
15th-ranked LSU in the O'Connell Center.To Renaldo Garcia said. 11 Georgia Tech ((20-5)233) 1 While the Gators try
Georgia, which improved to 12-4 in the "We have to focus on 12 Arkansas ((22-4)) 158 12 to foil Jackson, the
Southeastern Conference and 19-6 overall, keep Jackson from approaching his 13 Michigan Stall ((22-5)) 133 11
29-points-a-game the Gators will playing hard and getting 14 La Salle ((1)) ((25-1)) 122 14 sophomore AllAmericawill
grabbed sole position of first place in the average ready for the future." 15. Die) LSU ((2141) 13 receive help from
league with the victory, its second against try to slow the tempo of the 9:30: p.m. 15. )Oregon State ((21-4)) 1
What is in the future : : I fie::% : ;: : centers Stanley Roberts
contest to a crawl.The logic behind the planis 17. ((19-6))
LSU this But road
(21-6 11-5))
( season. games
Xavier Ohio 32 18 (1'4.1 and
sooner or later-is a 18 ( ) ((23-2)) ( ppg)
against Tennessee and Auburn this weekwon't simple. Jackson can't score if he doesn'thave 18 New MexICo SI ((23-3)) 31 18 O'Neal
interim coach Shaquille ((13.9'ppg
the basketball. victory, 20 Minnesota ((19-6)) 21 17
allow Durham and his Bulldogs to rest
12.0 rebounds .
Don DeVoe said a-unranked )
on their laurels. While keeping the ball from Jackson is I I

"(Sunday's) win was unbelievable, really, one thing, keeping themselves from drop- This thing's all goingto On the air.
after being down 19 in the second half," ping a school-record 15th consecutivegame end one of these days and we want to bea Tonight's game will be televised by ESPN
Durham said. "It left our fans and players is another.It's part of it," DeVoe said. "We don't want to (Cox Cable Ch.9)). On radio,it can be heardon
feeling pretty good. But in the SEC, you can't almost a certainty. UF is a 12-point put that monkey on someone else's back WRUF ((103.7 FM, 850 AM).
afford the luxury of basking in the spotlight.
We can't think too much about it. I'd like to,

but you just can't." I Stetson for GatorsBy Spring
Both Tennessee and Auburn have been next

nearly unbeatable at home in SEC play this
season, as each has lost only to LSU on its football
home floor. Georgia, a team that finished ALEX MARVEZ
ninth in the SEC last season, needs only one Alligator Wnter

victory to clinch its first conference title. Under normal circumstances, the UF

baseball team might be expected to looka practiceto
< .0 Mike Dame little flat at 7 tonight when it plays hostto

EXTRA Stetson at Perry Field.

POINTSLSU Then again, the Gators ((7-5)) weren't beginBy
expecting to enter the game coming offa

coach Dale Brown is quick to point 3-1 loss Sunday to Florida International.UF .

out, however, that the conference champion which dropped three spots Mondayto MIKE DAME
ship is by no means wrapped up. While Georgia 18th in the Collegiate Baseball/ESPN Alligator Staff Writer
is doing battle on the road against tough poll, split a two-game series Saturdaywith
teams, LSU faces lowly UF tonight in the fourth-ranked Miami but couldn't Only a few hours removed
O'Connell Center before returning home to make the clutch play against the Golden from its first lesson in Steve

take on a weak Ole Miss squad Saturday."We Panthers ((11-6)). Spurrier Offense 101, the UF
did control our own destiny, but now "We talked after the game a little bit football team opened spring
it takes another team to help us out for us to and had a long discussion today about practice,Monday with a bang,
win the title,"Brown said. "I thought (Sunday) intensity," UF coach Joe Arnoldsaid., "I running a reverse during its first
was the most disappointed I'd seen our team don't think intensity is going to be a series of offensive drills.

all year long. But younger people are very problem (tonight). "It's a quarterback's dream,"
resilient, and this morning at breakfast there "Something we need to work on is junior quarterback Kyle Morris
were more smiles. I think they'll be fine. killer instinct. On this ballclub, a lot of said of new coach Spurrier's
youngsters don't know what that's all
wideoffense.. "The offenseis
was about yet. We've got to put them away .
a l lot of fun. It's unpredictable.It
Around the SEC. After a controversial call when we get the chance. makes it fun to come out to
Stetson ((5-4)) lost two to FIU .: "
late in Kentucky's 98-95 home victory Saturday games x practice now.
over Auburn, several members of the earlier this season, but split a double- "
A media suggested that use of the instant replay header Saturday with 23rd-ranked South \ After an afternoon of meet

would have corrected what appeared to be an Florida. The Hatters' batters are,led by ings with their position coaches,
official's error when he awarded Auburn shortstop Wes Weger (.462,nine RBI, six the Gators ran through more
guard Ronnie Battle two points on a three- doubles),first baseman Pedro Rodriguez than two hours of non-contact
point shot. (.400, six RBI) and third baseman Mike drills on a chilly night under the
But an overwhelming majority of SEC Pinckes (.353, 11 RBI). ': ;J:." lights. And Spurrier said he was

coaches said instant replay has no place."I "You just can't count out a team like '* '. encouraged by the team's quick
don't know how you'd determine which (Stetson)," Arnold said. "They're goingto response to the new system."It .

calls would be reviewed, and not all gamesare be sky-high when they play us." was a fine practice," Spur
televised,"Vanderbilt coach Eddie Fogler Sophomore right-hander John Pricher rier said. The players were excited
'4 said. "Certainly there'' are times the monitorcan ((0-1, 1.08 ERA) is scheduled to make his about learning the new
be used, but I don't see how it could be first start for the Gators.The Hatters will '. ". .... JI offense and defense."
put into use in an equal way for all teams." send Ken Connell (215.06 ERA). < .iIfo .1"'I
Added Auburn coach Tommy Joe Eagles: Moberg questionable. UF put- ". :JIo< Spurrier said after Day 1, the
Is a
"If you're going to stop on every questionablecall fielder Mike Moberg, who has 10 hits in quarterback derby-
the game is such a fast game there would his last 16 at-bats since returning from a tossup. Morris, along with soph-

s, be no way we could ever get a game played." sprained ankle two weeks ago, is questionable omores Lex Smith, Donald
Brian Fox
UF interim coach Don DeVoe, meanwhile, for tonight's game after suffer Douglas,
supported instant replay unconditionally a ing a slight left hamstring injury. Matthews, are the top candi-
dates for the
definite minority position. Rich injured. UF,junior infielder .. ) .,, :.
'. Brackets and seedings for the SEC Tour Ted Rich will undergo surgery for a t' : "The quarterbacks threw the
nament, to be held March 8-11 at Orlando herniated disc in his back next Tuesdayand $rr.-i ball very well," Spurrier said.

Arena, will be announced Saturday. will be out'six to eight weeks. Rich SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR "We'll make decisions as we go
Kentucky coach Rick Pitino on the SEC appeared in two games this season, start- Gators pitcher Todd McCray earned a save Sat along. We've got to whittle it
Tournament:"I think anybody but Florida hasa ing one, and scored two runs. urday in UF's 5-4 victory over Miami. down to three or four by the end
legitimate shot at winning that thing." of the week." t