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GEOFF BOUCHER thing," Oliver said. "My number one con- about the class," Johnson said. "We've in- nated against" while it should be focusingon
Alligator Staff Writer cern as far as problems with this campus is vested a lot of time in this, and it's good. low graduation rates. Padgett said he
education and education on cultures differ- We'll be looking at this some more." would not attend future meetings.
Education is the key to knocking down ent than our own." But David Padgett, Gainesville leader of Group members discussed various suggestions
racial barriers and the best way for UP to Finance senior Pat Chelsey, a task force a black interest group called the Fraternal on the format of the course, class
accomplish that is with a cultural under- member, told the group a class is needed to Order of the 99, a national non-Greek black size, the number of instructors and the
standing course, a group of student leaders combat the ignorance of campus whites."I organization, said the class would be futile possibility of mandatory enrollment. Minority
told a task force Tuesday.A can speak for the majority," Chelseysaid. because only minorities would be Interestedin Student Services Dean Willie Robinson,
dozen students, representing various "They need to be educated. They'renot minority issues.Padgett also said the task who taught a similar inter-group relations
campus groups, were overwhelmingly in aware there is a problem. They read force is trying to take minority issues away course last semester, said the task force
favor of beginning a class to heighten inter- about it in the newspaper, but it just goeson from the people who should be dealing with should devise ways to encourage studentsto
cultural awareness. The students said the by them.They don't want to do anything them minorities."It's take the proposed class.
class would help solve campus racial dis- about it"Task an old African proverb that you "The class I offered last semester had 29
cord, a problem that spurred the formationof force members had discussed the should never place your future in the handsof students, and 24 of them were black, three
the UF Quality,of life Task Force. class before,but education Professor Simon someone who cares less about it than you were Hispanic and two were white," Robin
Black Student Union President Roxy Olio Johnson, co-chairman of the group, said the do," said Padgett, a geology graduate stu son said. "The class doesn't do any good if
ver told the group the class could be structured amount of discussion students devoted to dent. "And that's what we're doing when we it's all whites or all blacks."
so students would enjoy the course the course hammered home their views. put our future in the hands of the university." Oliver also said the group should ask
and learn at the same time. "I've been keeping track of the time and Padgett said the task force was merely administrators to assume the cost of Black
"Make it interesting, make it appealing to the things we've talked about today, and "blacks and Hispanics sitting around arguing
the students and get them to learn some- we've spent one-third of the time talking about who's getting most discrimi- see Class, page 7


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fill gyp,, By MIKE BRUSCELL have had something to drink, he
All Alligator Writer was not guilty of the charges.
"He's got excellent defenses to
A UF student senator was in a everything,"Morgan said."If a cop
South Florida jail Tuesday night pulls you over and smells alcoholon
without bond, charged with several you, he's going to arrest you.
crimes including hitting a This kid is totally in the right on
sheriffs deputy. this thing."

Charles Grapski, 24, was ar- Grapski was stopped shortly before
rested Feb. 15 after surrenderingat 4 a.m. Nov. 27, 1988, by a
A2 the Broward County jail, Florida Highway Patrol officer for
Broward County Sheriffs spokesman running a red light just north of Ft.
George Crolius said Monday, Lauderdale, according to a report
Grapski faces charges from No- filed by the officer. Grapski"statedhe
vember and December 1988 of had five or six beers to drink,"
driving under the influence of al- and several beer cans were foundin
cohol, resisting arrest and hittinga Grapski's vehicle, the report
sheriffs deputy,according to po- stated.
lice and court documents. Grapskialso After taking a voluntary sobrietytest
missed a mandatory court ap- in which the FHP officer said
pearance in November 1989, said Grapski was unable to walk a
Kayl Morgan, the attorney who straight line or touch his nose,
represented Grapski at his hearinglast Grapski was taken to the DUI test-
week. ing center.

Some details of the case are unknown Grapski tested positive for DUI,
SUZETTE COOK -ALLIGATOR
This is war because Grapski's other at- was taken to the Broward County
torney, Fred Haddad, was not in jail and forcibly removed from the
UF sophomore Danny Philip struggles during a tug-of-war match held on the Reitz Union
his Ft.Lauderdale office and could FHP car. Grapski, who yelled in-
North Lawn Tuesday afternoon as part of Honors Week Celebration. not be reached Tuesday. But Morgan
see Grapski, page 7
said although Grapski may


Tudse's, ruling!: allows Rowe's confession to be used I

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what he was doing when he waived enue. LaRocca spent 17 days recov- his opinion about the validity of who twice tested Rowe on several
By DUANE MARSTELLER his rights during questioning by ering in Shands Hospital. Rowe's confession. standard language and speech

_Alligator Writer_ Gainesville police. He ruled the Rowe, who will turn 14 next "The Introduction of new evi- tests, said Rowe probably didn't
David Rowe's taped confessioncan confession admissible in court. month, faces up to 22 years in dence does not sway the court or understand what police meant
be used as evidence in his Rowe Is charged with attempted prison if he is found guilty as an affect the court's previous decision when they asked him if he wantedto
upcoming trial on an attempted- first-degree murder in connectionwith adult at his trial, which is sched- ," Sanders said.' waive his rights.
10 of then- This is the second time Rowe's
murder charge, a circuit judge the April stabbing uled to start March 13.
ruled Tuesday for the second time. UF sophomore Stacy LaRocca. Po- Jane Mutch, a UF speech lan lawyers failed to get his confession
lice say Rowe repeatedly stabbed In a brief hearing Tuesday, guage pathologist, testified Mon- thrown out. Sanders ruled Jan. 29
Circuit Judge Elzie S. Sanders and slashed LaRocca when she Sanders said Monday's testimonyby day that Rowe has an intellectuallevel that police were within the law
rejected the defense's contentionthat opened the door while babysittingin a UF speech specialist who said three years below his age and when they allowed Rowe to waive
Rowe, 13, suffers from a learn31W9 a house on Northwest 15th Av- Rowe has difficulty understandingverbal has difficulty understanding complex -
disability and did not know instructions didn't change verbal instructions. Mutch, see Rowe page !5


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__ Gator Dining Service Brings Fine Dining to Campus

: The Public Relations I Reitz Union Room 349. Call 395- dent Association will meet Thursday Come and enjoy the culinary sensation of Executive Chef Steven Bikai, winner of ,
Student Society of America will meet 7223. night at 6:45: in Turlington Hall 21 Culinary Arts Awards as he prepares for you a magnificent four course '
today at 5:30: in Weimer Hall Room Preservation: The Rainforest Ac Room 1341 as a part of Hispanic GOURMET DINNER From appetizer to dessert it is a culinary experience
1094 for a "Dress for Success" seminar tion Group will meet tonight at 8 in Heritage Week. Call 3710498. j wmth; will satisfy both tie epicurean as well as the novice gourmet.APPETIZERS .
Call Lee-Anne, 3360717. Reitz Union Room B-74 for a movie Satan: The Apostolic Christians
Art History: The Art History As- about rainforests. Call Rod,335-1517 Touching Students will discuss AffEIIZE.mA!
Satanism at Thursday night's meet j paragu. and smoked salmon timble with pistachio coult
sociation will meet today at 4:30: in or Tico, 371-8115. Lobster
with seafood and
ravioli ginger sauce
Fine Arts Building C Room 201 to VISA: Volunteers for International ing at 6:59: in Reitz Union Room 337. SOUPS

discuss UF's Earth Day 1990 and the Student Affairs will meet tonightat Call 376-6053. j Onion and lentil bean "CraUnce" 1
upcoming trip to Atlanta's High 6 in the Reitz Union. The room Hunger: The Florida Associationfor Essence of (ruffle consomme

Museum. Call 336-8818. number will be posted in the Community Action needs volunteers 4 ;SALADS? Heart of palm salad with bibb lettuce and watercressHot 1
Falling Gators: The Sport elevator. Call 375-2715. to answer a statewide Hunger shiitake mushroom salad with Belgian endivePoached
Parachute Club will meet tonight at Democrats: The College Hotline. Call Lisa, 378-6517 or 373- ENTREES
breast of chicken Florentine with wild mushroom
6 in the Orange and Brew. Call Democrats will meet tonight at 8 in 6774. j portwine and hazelnut butter sauce
Steve 3734247. Reitz Union Room B65. Call 395- BSU: March 8 is the deadline for Pork tcallopinl with i ginger and orange cretin
TRAC: The Transfer Student Activities applications to run in the Black Student Star anise beef with arks and chili sauce 1
Council will meet tonight at 7 9505.Wind: The Gator Sail Club will Union's 1990'rl! elections. Pick Broiled salmon steak Burri blanc with bleu cheese and julienne vegetables it

in Reitz Union Room 121. Call Matt, meet tonight at 8:30: in Turlington up applications in the BSU Office. j DESSERTS Pumpkin flan with French vanilla sauce
376-1757. Hall Room L005. Call Rob 3731566.BSU Call Raymond Sweet, 395-7710. :Bananas foster with raisins and orange

Government Jobs: The Political : The Black Student Union Bike Tour: Delta Sigma Pi's Tour Come join us for a truly fine dining experience We accept
Science Honorary is sponsoring the will meet tonight at 6 in Reitz Union de Hogtown with 20, 30 and 50 mile Open to Thursday Feb. 22 from 6 to 8 pm Gator dub
Political Science Career Forum Rooms 150C and D. Call Raymond bikes rides to benefit the Children's 1 Public: ARREDONDO ROOM Visa
tonight at 7 in Turlington Hall Room Sweet 3957710. Theatre for the Deaf will be Sunday 4th floor J. Wayne Reitz Union MasterCard
L007 Call Sherri 332-7867 or Dan, Collectors: The UF Baseball and morning. Registration is at 8:30: at For Reservations CaU: 392.1046 1
3738025. Football Card Collecting Club will the North-South commuter lot. Call j Feel free to bring your favorite wine to compliment your dining experience.

Future: Tau Kappa Epsilon hold its first meeting Thursday nightat 3746654.Run ... ., .
presents Mary Carnegie on "Greeks 8 in Reitz Union Room B-73. Call : The Spanish American Law
into the Nineties" tonight at 7:30: in Scott 3779860. Student Association's Race Judicatawill
Little Hall Room 109. Call Jason, 335- Ultimate: UF Women's Ultimateis be Saturday morning at 9 and 10, The BiggestMarc
3600. recruiting. Practice Thursday at beginning at the College of Law. Call

Republicans: The College 4:30: at Hume Field. Call 3719524. Debbie, 378-7593 or Albert, 378- Downs
Republicans will meet tonight at 7 in Open House: The Hispanic Stu 9264.

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Observers



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By BRIAN STENBERG
..A11g Alligator Writer

After finding the Feb. 25 Nicaraguan elections
free and fair, one observer from the
Gainesville-Matagalpa Sister Cities Programsaid
Tuesday the United States should take
notes to improve its own election process.
"The election was spotless," said Jane Gib-
i son-Carpenter. "Maybe the U.S. could learn
,
Pr something from the Nicaraguans."
Gibson-Carpenter and three other Sister
City representatives returned to Gainesville
from Managua after joining thousands of
international observers in Nicaragua who
concluded that the election was free and fair.
Observation teams included representatives -
from the United Nations, the Organization -
of American States, other Sister City
Programs and the Gainesville chapter of Vet
erans for Peace, which sent three members.
4I They watched as Violeta Chamorro and the
I sAt National Opposition Union, known by the
Spanish acronym UNO, won 55 percent of
REGGIt GRAM ALLIGAtOR the vote and defeated President Daniel Ortega
your service and the 10-year-old() Sandinista regime.

Yoonhwa Jeong, a doctoral student from Korea, plays ping-pong in the Reitz Union Tuesday afternoon. Because the Sandinistas were heavily favored
prior to the election, the Chamorro
victory surprised Nicaraguans,the observersand
I the UNO, said Heike Amelung, one of
Race forum turns into confrontationBy the Gainesville observers.

UF political science professor Philiip Wil-
PATRICIA LEE repeatedly asked why his generation vice president, called for the elimination of liams said the Nicaraguan people, particu-
Alligator WriterA "should be blamed for something we didn'tdo Affirmative Action laws. larly those in Matagalpa, were tired of the
," referring to the history of whites en- "You ask for an alternative, and we pro- U.S.-backed Contra "war of attrition," which
panel discussion intended to enlighten slaving blacks. Commandant Nikitah pose that each minority group will learn to has "drained the country of human and material
students about racial problems became the Omani, the national leader of the 99, said overcome its own cultural troubles,the way resources, and triggered high inflation
arena for another confrontation between many of the white student union's com- the Asians have,"McCormick said. His com- and severe recession."
i black activists and a white rights group at ments were "ridiculous." ment drew laughter from the crowd and 'The vote for UNO was a vote against the
the Law School Auditorium Monday night. Although panelists and audience mem- frowns from other panelists. status quo rather than a vote [for UNO's party
"The Politics of Raceat, UF," a fivemember bers were eager to voice their opinions, Classic literature senior Joseph Thomas platform," he said.
panel discussion sponsored by the many felt the forum and other such discus- said he would like to see all ethnic and racial Now that the election has ended, he said,
Black Law Students Association, was pre- sions solved nothing."It groups eliminated and have everyone solve the Chamorro government has a few prob-
sented as part of Black History Month. was kind of funny to me," said Roxy their problems individually. Racial tensions lems to face, most of which stem from the
Although the Hispanic Student Associationand Oliver, president of the Black Student would not be made worse, he said, because wide range of political ideals within the UNO.
the American Civil Liberties Union Union.' "I didn't take anything seriously "people are always going to discriminate "It's a coalition of about 13 parties, manyof
were represented by the panel, the argue from (the panel) at all." Oliver said people against each other." which have not worked together in the
ments took place primarily between the who are truly concerned about interracial But third-year law student Joe Scarborough past," he said. "They range from communistsand
white student union and a member from the relations should come together informally, said, "You can't do away with everything socialists on the left to conservatives on
Fraternal Loyal Order of the 99, a national, instead of "making a show in public." altogether. If Affirmative Action the right. And it's going to be very difficult
non-Greek black organization.White Throughout the one-hour discussion doesn't work, there has to be something to once the government takes power to agreeto
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indicted on five chargesANCHORAGE GOVERNMENT

(UPIA) federal grandjury liam Sound and a helmsman who was known by Exxon I
indicted the Exxon Corp. and the Exxon Shipping Co. Shipping Co. to be incompetent at performing his PRODUCTIONSAND
Tuesday on five criminal charges arising from last assigned duties."
year's oil spill\ that soiled the pristine environment of Under the control of these crewmen, the 987footoil
Alaska's Prince William Sound. tanker grounded on Bligh Reef, tearing a gaping KISS 105 tfy
The indictment came after weeks of intense negotia- hole in its hull and spilling nearly 11 million gallonsof !
tions between the world's largest oil company and the Alaska crude into the environmentally sensitive
Justice Department in a futile effort to reach agree- waters.
ment on a plea bargain under which Exxon would Exxon willfully and knowingly violated the
avoid a criminal indictment.The Dangerous Cargo Act by employing crewmen aboard
state of Alaska was vehemently opposed to any the Exxon Valdez "knowing such persons to be physi-
plea bargain. State Attorney General Douglas Baily cally and mentally incapable of performing the duties
has said such a deal would have been slanted in assigned them," the indictment said.
Exxon's favor. Exxon also "did willfully\ and knowingly fail to
The charges are a violation of the Clean Water Act, ensure that the wheelhouse of the Exxon Valdez,while
the I Refuse Act, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the under way, was constantly manned by persons who
Ports and Waterways Safety Act and the Dangerous directed and controlled the movement of the vessel,
Cargo Act. each of whom was competent to perform that duty .
The indictment said the Exxon Valdez left the the indictment said.
designated shipping lanes on March 24, 1989, with The indictment said that after the tanker left the
the master absent from the bridge and the ship under shipping lanes the skipper, Capt. Joseph Hazelwood,
the control of "an officer who lacked the required "left the ship's bridge." The indictment did not men
Coast Guard certification for pilotage in Prince Wil- tion Hazelwood by name.


. 45 l killed in Indian election clashes

NEW DELHI, India (UPI) Gunfire, clashes and Tens of thousands of security personnel were 1
bombings Tuesday left at least 45 people dead as deployed for the eight hours of balloting to prevent a
millions of voters elected eight state assemblies in repetition of violence that claimed more than 150 livesin
voting that threatened to cripple former Prime Mini- November general elections.
ster I Rajiv Gandhi's Congress (I) Party, officials and Security measures were heaviest in violenceproneBihar
news reports said. More than 200 people were injured.An with about 100,000 home guards and village
estimated 2,400 people were arrested in north- volunteers deployed in support of 58,000 paramilitary
eastern Bihar,where the worst violence occurred.The personnel, officials said. Security personnel were ordered
detainees included a Congress (I) Party candidate to shoot on sight anyone trying to intimidate
found carrying an illegal weapon and a polling officer voters or rig pollingbooths.But .
caught stuffing a ballot box with fake ballots, officials the preparations failed to prevent serious unrestin
said.More India's poorest state, with Bihar Home SecretaryJiya
than 10,000 people, alleging widespread rig- Lai Arya saying that at least 33 people were killed\
gings, raided the district government office, setting and more than 200 injured in bombings, shootings and
ablaze ballot boxes, breaking furniture and overturning clashes between political activists ignited by rigging with
any items they could lay their hands on, a government attempts. special
official said. Arya said four other people died when police openedfire guest
The Bihar state government ordered an indefinite to prevent a crowd of"miscreants" from storminga
curfew to maintain peace in the town. polling booth near the state capital of Patna, 530
About 215 million people almost half of India's miles southeast of New Delhi.
electorate were eligible to vote for more than 21,260 The Press Trust of India, quoting official reports, '
candidates vying for 1,610 seats. put total deaths in Bihar at 45.
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. Soviet Parliment approves U.S.-type presidency I I WFUN :$DAY

MOSCOW (UPI) The Parliament Tuesday approved boycotted the debate in another sign that the three
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let citizens elect their own president.In preparing for talks on the restoration of the inde-
another momentous move to transform the Soviet pendence of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania,"Tass said. lj
political landscape, Parliament began considering a The once free states were annexed by the Kremlin in 1
law that would give the 15 republics a legal mechanismfor 1940. \' ;::: ; ;{
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exception for the first chief executive, certain to be Mindful of the legal transgressions of former Krem- STEPHEN C. \t
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strong hand at the helm, lawmakers voted to convene Premier Nikolai Ryzhkov, an emerging rival of =! .i..iLk.fJSi6W:
the Congress, the 542-seat Parliament's parent body Gorbachev, would serve at the president's pleasure : .
that must also approve the measure. under the new system in what appeared to be a master C")
Under the new system, Gorbachev would be head stroke by Gorbachev to outflank the popular Ryzhkov.
of state similar to the U.S. president with powers Ryzhkov agreed the country needs a stronger executive UESIUDENiS f. $7
exceeding the premier's role as head of government. but warned the special powers created for ,M
Soviet presidents traditionally have been figureheadswho Gorbachev go too far. Although Gorbachev often is en raipixi3AVAILABLE; .
met dignitaries at airports and fulfilled ether called "president"in the Western press,he owes most ..
titular duties. of his power to his position as general secretary of the AT THE
The measure makes the president commander in Soviet Communist Party. UNIVERSITY BOX
chief of the Soviet armed forces,allows him to declare The idea of a president was born in a momentous OFFICE AND ALL
.war and states of emergency throughout the vast decision by the country's single ruling Communist TICKET MASTER
country and to demand that parliament fire any mem- Party last month,which voted to abandon its monopolyon OUTLETS 392-1653
ber of the government. power and introduce a multiparty system with a
Lawmakers from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania strengthened presidency.
IN COOPERATION WITH BLACK STUDENT
UNION AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

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I ALL DAY SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY AFTER 5 pm! By Alligator PATRICIA Writer LEE Weekend events will include
Latin Fiesta Friday at 9 p.m. at the
Members of UPs Hispanic community University Holiday Inn, free to UF
hope to offer students a students with fee cards, and Latin
A LLNEAT,!
taste of their culture during the Food Festival Sunday at noon at
Hispanic Student Association'sfirst the University Women's Club.
annual Hispanic Heritage The women's club will sell sam
Week,which begins today and con ple-sized portions of more than 40
BARBECUE CHICKEN tinues through Sunday. Latin American dishes, including

Enjoy your fill of Sonny's chicken 99 "We want all students in the enchiladas,the Latin-style egg cus-
with all the mouthwatering coleslaw 4 university to be able to share and tard, flan, and chicken-and-rice,
ti DINING get to know our culture. We've Gonzalez said.
,, garlic bread and french tried to cover all the aspects,"said The Miami salsa band Carlos
l .)'. fries you can eat. ROOM ONLY UF education senior Mariella Gonzalez Oliva y Los Sobrinos del jutz will

-<-, HSA spokeswoman and for play Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Reitz
mer president of the club. Union Rion Ballroom. Tickets, $6
HSA, whose 160 members attend for students and $9 for the general
;
S both UF and Sante Fe Com- public,are on sale at the UniversityBox
to make the Office.
munity College, plans
REAL BAR. B. Q celebration an annual event, add "This is a great year for HSA,"
ing more features each year. said UF senior Diego Montes,
Serving lunch and dinner 11 a.m. 9:30: p.m. (Sun.-Thur.) Black Student Union President president of the club.
and 11 a.m. 10 p.m. (Fri. & Sat.) Roxy Oliver said students should "Even though the dub has been
take advantage of the events around for five years, it has gone
2700 N. Waldo Road 3635 S.W. Archer Road
noticed Montes
planned during Hispanic Heritage by only slightly ,
3610 S.W. 13th Street U.S. 441 at 1-75, Alachua Week. said. "Now everyone is going to

"We, as people in general, hesitate know who we are."
to step out of our own cultural Membership is open to anyone
norms," Oliver said. "Because we with an interest in Hispanic cul
encourage interaction, we definitely ture. Some members of HSA don't
want our members to be even speak Spanish, said business
Roberto Mazuelos vice-
there. junior ,
H This year's celebration starts president of the club.
C ) today at 11 a.m. with a Latin Amer- HSA will hold an open house
ican arts and crafts show on the during its meeting Thursday at 6.45p.m.
e t M Reitz Union Colonnade.The Span in Turlington Hall Room
tir ish movie Camila will be shown 1341. For more information, call

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right there the police station
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page 1 the police wouldn't let her see him
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his
his rights without consulting "
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THESE three lawyers,said he didn't under John Carlin, who argued againstthe
stand why Sanders dismissed the defense's motion Monday
defense's motion, especially after could not be reached for comment
Rush cited two Florida cases in Tuesday. But Monday he said
which the confessions of minors Rowe knew what he was doing
couldn't be used because a parentwas when he waived his rights to re-
TITLES XXRE NC:>VV.A.VA..I not present."I main silent and have a parent or an
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Spread the wordYou
Were I attempting to

can bet, sure as the sun will rise tomorrow, that increase our market

you'll be asked to fill out a faculty evaluation in at least share by targeting,;women

one of your classes by the end of the semester. minorities and you' toy year hundred
g people.<
When the time comes, students groan but secretly : of thousands o? our
Miele\ no choice...... :
love it because they know they won't be taking 50 get ,J> best Customers die...
minutes worth of notes that day. Some students stay the ? ;r.;;

full 15 minutes, carefully rating their professor and writ-

ing constructive critisicms about his/her performance. "

Others want to get out early and don't bother. \

But the evaluations are important. Besides letters, '.: .
they are the only anonymous way concerned students t

have of being brutally honest about their professors. Half

the evaluation is a rating of the professor and the

course. The other half is open-ended questions where stu- rn

dents can criticize or praise their professor.The .

ratings go to the professor, department chair and

dean and are used to rate professors in terms of the rest

of the college's faculty. The essay comments go to the RJ,R mddsTobrCo d

evaluated professor only.

There's a move right now-to change that to let

department chairs and deans see the written comments.

Deans say they like the idea while some professors do
not. Assuming administrators will be responsible, we My life, a Blues Brothers episodeOne

think it's a good idea too. At least it's a step toward -
of my favorite gags in the movie The Blues
making professors more responsive to student needs.
Brothers comes right in the beginning, when the > James Lowy
Professors are here to teach students. When some- brothers get pulled over for speeding. "He's got I
thing inhibits that goal, someone needs to know. Tellingthe SCMODS," Aykroyd laments. N THE LEFT LANEUntil
professor usually works but sometimes they don't "What?" Belushi replies.

care. Unfortunately, students are too lazy or busy to tell "SCMODS. State County Municipal Offender Data payment, your license has been suspended,
"
the dean unless something is terribly wrong. Systems. effective Sept. 8.
The brothers instantly put the car in high gear, It takes Tallahassee three months to process tick-
The anonymous responses are one way to get student winning that microchip battle but eventually losing ets. That I understand because there are a lot of
reaction. They would serve both to let the professors the computer war with the police.In offenders out there mailing in payments.But .

know what students think and to give administrators a new twist on an old saying, life has imitatedart. I do not agree with the right of a state agencyto
another guide on which to base promotions.Some My existence the last three months has played a retroactively suspend my license, not when they
professors are worried that turning the com- lot like The Blues Brothers with three exceptions finally take my ticket off the pile, not when I receive
The Blues Brothers deserved to be arrested, the their notice, not when I turn in my license, but the
ments over to a dean would change the intent of the >
Chicago police officers appeared to know how to use day the payment was due, months ago.I .
evaluations, giving some students a chance to do more their SCMODS and The Blues Brothers I do
was a movie.If not wish to dispute the late fee. I just want
harm than good. But we believe administrators will Florida cops are going to continue to use com- proper notice of the status of my license. Even thoughthe
notice those comments as such. No student babbling puters, then all citizens should be issued a computerwith paperwork was completed seconds ago, one key
about how stupid a certain professor's jokes are is goingto a modem tie-in to Tallahassee. Because com- punch and SCMODS can tell a police officer my license
have any impact. puters are efficient, and traffic-minded pinhead has been suspended for months.
Students need have in bureaucrats are not, this PC-powered cerebral im- My attorney called it the abuse of power without
even anonymously, to a say per-
balance has "
ended up harassing countless citizens. authority. His secretary called it "being sucked into
formance-based promotions. That's what a group of stu- Like most folk, I let bills\ pile up before paying them the system like a speck of dust in an industrial
dents in the architecture college are trying to get. They monthly.This ill-fated strategy included two speeding vacuum."

want to be kept aware of changes that affect them and tickets, which, I found out, were received a few days Fortunately, the State Attorney's Office took the
remind administrators they care. after the thirty-day deadline, back in September. The injustice into consideration when they agreed to drop
A problem we see with the evaluations is that the Ques- microscopic legal print on the ticket indicates that late my case if I paid the fine, presented the letter and
payment will subject the offender to additional fines proved license reinstatement, which I did, getting my
tions may be poorly worded. United Faculty of Florida and license suspension.On license back on January 17th.

local president, Jane Brockmann, agrees. The questionsare Nov. 9,1 1 was pulled over for driving my scooter Though the Department of Motor Vehicles told meI
not very probing, she said, and are too vague. For ex- 50 yards in the bike lane. The officer took my license, I had paid all the necessary fines, an officer of the law
ample, a student may say a class was too hard but that punched it into SCMODS and informed me it had stopped me on Feb. 12 and charged me with driving
can be seen both positively and negatively. Perhaps the been suspended. with a suspended license. I told him that was impos-
questions should be reworded and comments only addedto He cuffed me and jailed me driving with a sible. He told me SCMODS is never wrong.
professor's personnel file with suspended license has recently been upgraded by the Upon visiting the DMV on Feb. 16, they informedme
a a response.
Florida Legislature to misdemeanor.I'm .
a of November
a fine paid late, incurring a$25 fine
We're not saying all professors should teach the way not even going to mention the guy who triedto and suspension. I then asked how it was that they
students think they should but they should be aware sell me cocaine in jail, or that Alachua County could issue me a license on Jan. 17, then have Tallahassee
that the tactics they choose may or may not work. We detained me six hours though I was the only one to decide on Feb. 12 that my license had been
believe most professors take the comments to heart but post bail that day,or that they confiscated $80.01 from magically retroactively shredded in early November?
we're worried about the ones who don't. Someone else me and would not accept $70 from my roommate for They didn't understand my question, and I was
the $150.00 bail because he did not give the exact beginning
to lose track of the whole thing myself.
needs to know how they are doing. amount, and "we don't make change."
Then, on Feb. 19th, it all became clear when a
In brief, I was suspended from the class I missed letter from Tallahassee arrived. "Dear Mr. Lowy. ."
alligator Editor that afternoon and returned subject to reduced class You know the rest.I .
privileges. "Sorry, sir, but I was
Lucy Chabot suddenly compelledto have learned three lessons related to Florida
conduct an undercover investigation of our criminal SCMODS
don't bills and keep
Managing Editor Opinions Editor justice system." speed, pay early
computers out of the hands of pinhead bureaucrats.If .
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton I was put on probation by the university and Incurred they must have them, you'd better get one for
oodles of legal fees, all because I
was arrested yourself. Install it.in second
that the
your car so
Letters Policy for a crime that,to my knowledge,I had not committed. Tallahassee
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (abuot one 8-by-lO page). They should be processes a late ticket, you can pullover
typed, double-spaced and signed They should Include typed name, address and telephone Then, a week later, I received a letter from Tal- .and turn yourself in for driving' with a long-since-
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any questions call lahassee, dated Nov. 15. "Dear Mr. Lowy Due to suspended license.
the editorial' editor at 3764458.
page
late payment of tickets,you owe$50 in additional fines. James Lowy is
a first year law stude"t.6AWGATOR :



FEBRUARY: 28.1990.; ALLIGATOR. 7


UF College of Nursing presents Resumes 6 Cover I Letters I CLASS
from page 1
PRE-NURSING SEMINARTODAY "Nobody can do it better." I I
History Month, the February event
Oe e4ailo"em funded by Student Governmentand
: Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1990 Well... meet Nobody!!! BSU. Oliver said the event was

t Beaty TowersI Fast-Same Day Service too Important to leave to the mercies
.' of student politicians."If .
!: ,0... Recreation Roomy Free Proofing UF is so concerned with ed-

Refreshments 6:30: pm Many Styles/Fonts/ ucating people on each others' dif
Special Resume Classes ferences and creating a culturally
r-
Presentation 7:00: pm I..--compuTinc.::J J LAB diverse campus, then they should

funded by Student Government PC Lab, 17th & University Ave, Below Copper Monkey 372-6500 fund Black History Month," Oliver
said. "They shouldn't leave it up to
80 student senators."

Interim UF President Robert
Bryan formed the task force after
black students pointed to the de-

Win a Trip for Four to Exotic Bahamas facing King Jr.of monument the Rev. Martin in downtown Luther

Gainesville and the proposed formation
of a campus white rights ,i
Pizza Hut/Rock 104 Basketball Bonanza I' group as evidence of rising racism.
Bryan, who leaves office Mon-
day,gave the task force an April 15
I deadline to submit its recommen-
dations. Next week PresidentelectJohn
Come into any Gainesville area Pizza Hut location
Lombardi!and Interim Admin-
midnight, March 7th, and sign up for our istrative Affairs Vice President
Basketball Bonanza competition. Teams will compete Gerald Schaffer are to appear be-
against each other in games such "Bobbins: for Mini- fore the task force.
Balls," "Buried Treasure" and other exciting and hilarious
relays using Pizza Hut's Mini Basketballs. No purchase,
0.op talent or skill is required. Teams are comprised of two GRAPSKIfrom

0 0 daring and adventurous people who would love to spend page 1

---"' ::: time in the Bahamas. You and your teammate could win suits at the officer and several dep-
0 -= one of the following: uties, was released from his re-

.o 7 day and 6 night trip for four ((4)) to Bluff House Club straints and pinned against the wallso
and Marina at Green Turtle Cay in the Bahamas including a weapons search could be con
0J
roundtrip airfare by Comair, plus pizza for a year for all ducted, the sheriffs report states.
four of you. Grapski "lashed out with a
Free roundtrip airfare for two ((2)) by Comair Weekend closed fist and struck Deputy (Ste-
Traveler to anywhere in Florida Comair flies plus pizza for ven) Barone in the face. Deputies
a year for two. (William) Hogan and (Rory) Mid-
Free roundtrip airfare for two ((2)) by Comair Weekend dleton also were struck as the sus-
b O Traveler to anywhere in Florida Comair flies. pect swung his arms and kicked

t o Basketball Bonanza to be held on Saturday, March 10 at violently," the report stated.It .
is unknown when Grapski,
the Pizza Hut restaurant at 3515 S.W. Archer Road in a
UF graduate student,was released.
v Gainesville. Team cheek-In is at 9:00: a.m., the first relay
Grapski was arrested again April
starts at 9:30: a m. Rules, regulations, and game descriptions 15,1989,in Daytona Beach by local
available at all Pizza Hut' locations in Gainesville. Broward
police on a County war
5 Convenient Locations in Gainesville rant after being evicted from a
Hurry and register at any Pizza Hut' location. The first
five teams to register will receive a free Pizza Hut'! Mini- motel, Daytona Beach police
2109 NW 13 St. 372-5295 2320 NW 43rd St. 373.6699 spokesman Sgt. John Power said.
7608 NW 8th Ave. 332-4383 Route 441 & 1-75 462-5900 Basketball and two free Personal l Pan Pizza'certificates. Grapski spent the night in the Volu-

3515 SW Archer Rd. 376.1681 f sia County jail and was released the

2436 N. Main St. 338-1776 next day,a Volusia County Sheriffs
ROCKI :
%
For FREE Delivery, Call: Campus 374.4440 ;HuT mE spokeswoman said.

Morgan said Grapski is In. jail.
. MMM-MMMMMMMMM mmm - - - without bond because he missed a

I IMedium mandatory court appearance in No-
Medium : Specialty Pizza : vember. Grapski missed the hear-
ing because an airline did not
: Cheese Pan Pizza : honor his ticket and he could not

: 0 afford another one, Morgan said.

I $h99 $994F I I $899 ONE T I 299 TWO : seat Grapski on Student, who campaigned Senate's Activityand for a

: FOR ONEAdditional FOR TWO :I Meat Cheese Lover's Lover's:I Pizza Plus Sausage Supreme Lover's'"Pizza I Service Fee Advisory Committee

. l toppings only!$1.49 ni I I Pepperoni Lover's'.Pizza 9 Bar-B-Q ......... II about two weeks 2 a.m.ago Feb., left 15 after Gainesvilleat losingthe
BOTH .
cover pizzas 1SO Good Pine Hut*
Offer food ttmuftl ( penlcipetln)
: I II tII. end '" Rl- II election, fellow Sen. Nelson
I Offer load ttmofk. 1MO./ Good 01 potIJcl l1in! !"alga Hull'w- outna Not vend n comMuuon ( any other offer
outku Not.*Udincomb' :" iVta ,
vce Out driven carry no.m m Man 190 00 11 31 I II Limited delivery ales Our driven) "then 120 00 II seat, however.

DELIVERY CARRYOUT DINE-IN I DELIVERY CARRYOUT I DINE-IN 'I Miranda, who said he is a good

.oRI RI . . 1o IGi.RRIRItRRaRRIRI .IORIRRilIR81/ friend of Grapski's, said senators

Large Three or :/ Pizza' Hut'/Rock 104 I based shouldn't on the revoke little they Grapski's know.seat

o / 1990 Basketball Bonanza Registration Form I "That. hasn't even been men

Pizza tioned yet," he,said. "We haven't
I More Topping I II / Team Captain Name:_ I
talked to Charlie himself.We really
I/ Address: Phone 1#: II don't know what is going on. Char-
lie may be walking in tomorrow.
: : 2nd Members Name: I Although another bail hearing is
250OFF scheduled for Thursday, Morgansaid
/ Address: Phone 1 C: Grapski's time in jail may cost
: I and my Team partner hereby acknowledge that I fully understand and will
: / obey all rules and regulations set forth for this competition and will not hold .. him more than his senate seat.
Ofltr food .......... 1I/M.. Good M pertfcipettni M.ea Hula P'W'" Pizza Hut !Rock 104, their agencies, subsidiaries, agents, or employees 'He stands to lose quite a bit
. area euuca our NoIYllldIn.-'fllroller driven terry no store< "Man$20! IO UmKeddeHnery nHut t I/ liable In the event of my Injury or the Injury of any contestant I from what I understand," Morgansaid.
"He lose the benefits of
I/ may
Date _
I CARRYOUT DINI.IN Team Representative Signatures: [ :
DELIVERY
this semester and this fellowship,
. . . . . . . . . . and arguably ruin his education.WEDNESDAY ."



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roommate needed to share 3bd2bahouse. Rockford,
Washer/dryer 5 miles from campus Infinity Kicker Fosgste, Code, Yamaha Alarm,The Pioneer Best, & stand "Like New" $400 Kmgsize UF LOCATION! 15 room house

l80/mo I 4 1/3 utilitle. depo.il. Call Car Sterlo Installers In town Car Ste Magnovox 288, 12 Mhz, 40MB ((28ms) mattress. box spring and frame 'LikeNew' CH/AC/ Good condition) Rented In-
375.8189. 3.5.5.5 reo to Go. 375.1834. 4-30.75-6 Hard Drive 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB), $350 MIsc. living rm (urn. Will be vestment/traternity/other/ $130.000
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WE WANT YOUI! F for own room In 3bdr CAR ALARMS Installed remote control Monitor (.31 dot pitch), 16.bit VGA twitch ask for Kim. 3256Ticket

NW home, 1 1/2 to UF, WId, ae cable, nice any car truck or van fully guaranteed will able video card, MS.DOS, 401 GWBaSlc, TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA, eat in
yard. 1/4 utll, $180/mo 378-4827 M sty demo. Call 336.9183 student message DOS Tutorial 1 yr. warranty, $1589 4 sale Spring Break SIT Tampa to kitchen, pool, tennis washer dryer. Forest .
Chicago Mar. 15.22
$170 obo. 3739940.
of Unicorn NW area. easy financing
Christian male seeks same (nto) share Car Alarms,
Autopage, Chapman Home 3745401. 3.1.21.7AssumableNo
mobile home. Own room and bath. Pets and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul, Sher PANASONIC 1124 ALPINE: Equalizer ((3213)) & 60X2 bridgeable .

neg. S175/molIt and last 336.1969 anytime wood, and more. We Beat All Prices) Letter Quality Printer 2 yr warranty Bait $275 amp(3528)obo.( Great); like lor new. together only qualify 2bd/2/ 1/2 ba

3235 3733754. 4-30-69.6 printer! $305 371.6165. 3256 adding subs Call twnhs $4000 down $47,900. MCPHER-

Roommate Wanted to share 3br/2ba SON REALTY Realtor 375.1021' 3167
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condo In Sparrow on Tower Road. MICRO CENTERComputers 376 1146 WORD PERFECT 5.1 TANDY lOOOhx 2 720k drives, lime.date
Editor choice Mill Run Townhouse
CompuAdd 2bdr/2 1/2 ba
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$175/mo ft 1/3 utll Call Drew at 332-8438 Northgate Latest lull chip, 130A printer, color monitor w/ .tand.
version, students and .
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same or lower than mail Nice wash/dry/ partly turn Ig bay window. Asking
3655
leave message $135 system Dan 338.1352 $995 00 obo
only
order Systems below Include 1mb 40mb $44,500. Call 372-4293. 325.7

N/S F rmmate to share 2bd/1 1/2 ba apt 3 ((28ms), graphics monitor, COPY MACHINE Sharp Z70 personal cop
ml from Shards W/d, dw, ac, etc. Serious MC 28812$1195. Packard Bell $1295, ELITE #335-1300 ler, retails 'for $1700, e.cellenl.hape. Will 8 MOTORCYCLES
student pref, $200/mo & 1/2 utll 335. MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 take best offer ph. 3736829. 3248
5619 3655 $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery Univega Grand Rally 12 speed bike. 1986 Interceptor Perfect condition, low
$1999 CompuAdd. 810 w/ 20mb & graphIcs Shlmano components 25 Inch frame New Sony CDX 77 brand new $375 Rockford miles a sweet bike. $2000. Call Jim at
Room In Forest of the Unicorn townhousefor monitor $970 1t3 year warranties sells for $550 Asking $200 or will trade Fosgate 15" punch In tuned enclosure 3718240. 2.28.5-8
F, pool, sauna, all amenities Incl.. Onsite. warranties Panasonic 1180 printer for a mountain bike. 3713634. 3256TICKET $300, 2 18' punch pro $600. Call 336
$185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049 4110 SW 6854. 3556
1/2 util 3733584. 1987 .
$250/mo & 3.13.10.5 Red Honda Elite Scooter with helmet .
34th SI. /308
W Univ. Ave. 430656
TO COLORADO and lock. Great condition $400 Call
F only Mar. 15
FUTON & FRAME SALEI I .
6 FOR SALE Sylvania am/fm radio & turntable, collection 25, G'ville to Denver, roundtrip, $300 obo. From only $200 per set Patrick at 372 6844 evenings 2285.8

of opera records, call Miriam after' Call Jan 3736492. 3546 Call Mat 377-5650 .
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 4pm 3351408. 2-28.6-6 1989 Red Tomos Moped; Perfect condition '
SAILBOAT ; only 900 ml. $475 Call Jose 375-
brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car Laser II 1985, ready to sal
Bar Great trailer included. FAST and FUN!! KOKOMAMAImports 3187 3.1.4.8Oranga
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372 for Parties Water resistant, $2000
2070. 4-30.75-6 $100 or best offer 335-3690 Leave Message 376-7535 leave message. 3656
from Africa
Beauty and
supplies Blue
2-28.5-6 Insurance now covers
His and hers 26" ten speed bikes excellent Mention this ad and get 20% off select motorcycles! Low rates, low payments,
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS
la the old Dining table cond, $80 each. 335.1142 392- clothing. Good thru Mar. 15 815 W. Univ sale rider discounts last drive-thru ser
wdrop sides Incl4 night
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eat, best and lowest priced car stereo upholstered 0581 336.9397. 3.2.4.6MOPED VCB377.2277. 3.12.10.8
store In town 372-2070. 2201 NW 13 St chairs $200 4 piece white rattan day. 3.1.2.6One
cushions. $200. 338.8918. 228.5.6Fanallc
SS waterbed 6 drawer base headboard ladies Ross beachcruiser, good cond 9 AUTOSToyota
complete $135 obo. Call 377-5535 leave Lite Viper Sail board, entire rig and one ladies Schwinn 10sp like new. $225 378-1300
message Also queen size complete $70 plus Thule racks all In great shape, Hardly $125 each. Call 378.4553. 3.2.3.6 MR2 1986 red/black/ leather, low
obo. 2-28-3.6 used $950. Call 378.0690 Lv Mso 3.1. BED miles, auto loaded excellent condition.
Pioneer pull out car stereo w/2 100 watt LIKE NEW Twmsize $45 336.4331. 2.28- Call at 335.5184. 22858
1988 Camero RS rims Factory gray 15X7 SPEAKERS 2MSM15'$150,2M&M Jensen 6X9 speakers $250 Call 336 26

$250 for set obo 376-0774 Iv mso 2.28. 8" pl. acc. $125 obo. 332 7961 Steve. 3rDO :..., 6234 ask lor Bill. Will sell separately 3. 82 BMW 3201, good condition, fully

2.3.8Roundtrip Cassidy Furniture & Appliance loaded, must sell, $6000 obo. Call 338
Gifts General MerchandISe New & Used 1495. 2.28.5.9VW
YOU HAVE A CHEST COLDi ticket from G'ville to Charlotte,
Buy & Sell 534 SW 4 Ave. 3739505.
NC, $150, Mar 16.23, Call Kelly 373. 3.13-106 Jetta GLI 1985 4.door, speed, 30
COUGH RAISING PHLEGM ? 4187. 3986 mpg, great shape Inside/out, dependable
I I II sporty transportation $5000 obo. Mark
Twin bed w// frame $50, cons TV $100, Sofa with matching chair and rocker plus 3739883. 2.28.5.9
INVESTIGATIONAL ORAL ANTIBIOTIC STUDY wms 10sp bike $30, asort (lurn. All good endtables $100 Two table lamps $10
I 5" 14 Days 18 yrs. and older I condo All obo. Call 338.0282. 3126 Ea. 372.3730. 3656 1988 Mustang 28K mi S-spd. 4-cyl,
No Placebos loaded NADA Retail $7575. Asking
I I Glass Table and chars. Bookshelf Reclining $6000. Bank Financing available 1-463.
Receive $25 EACH VISIT plus free exam, chair, Full size bed and dresser 6247 3.1.5.9
I Diagnostic Lab and FREE ANTIBIOTICS I Must Sell ASAP. If Interested call 377

CALL 373-9510 OR 335-7521 3100. 3656 '88 Honda CRX Sspd, sunroof buy now
I I II r sl Irlk or take over payments, good cond.. must
Leave your name, address and phone number on Waterbed; queen semlwaveless, side, sell. 472-4041 3.8.10.9
| machine with best hours to call back. | I padding, gorgeous. exc/cond. sell really
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1989 Jeep Wrangler driven 5-mo, low

386 POWER AT A 286 PRICEThe cassette miles. like Paid new, black$10000 wi black Sell for top$8500 am/fm

3774917 3569

,. 79 Olds Cutlas; Rebuilt engine, Cruise,

YNJi @}Q/) presentsSPRING control, a/c, pw/brakes, pw/steering,
pw/door/ locks, clean, call 375.8839 2.

Acer 1 1100/SX t provides 386 84 1/2 GT Turbo Mustang T.tops limited
edition. A/C, low miles, fully loaded,
power and functionality at prices exc/cond, must see Asking $4700. Call

previously/ associated with 80286 i 3328290. 3.2.5-9

machines ? BREAKBRECKENRICKJE 1984 Mercury Lynx 2 door hatchback, 4.

I, speed, am/fm cassette 4200 miles ac
1 MARCH 1724.: $1800 obo. 371.4923 nights and weekends .

Base System: 3259

16 MHZ 80386SX System Floppy Disk Interface ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow

1 MB RAM (up to 8)) Embedded Hard Disk Interface rates low payments, last drive. .thru .
service, habla 377 2277
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377-CARS. We care. 3.12.10-9
Windows 386 101 Keyboard ,$669 PP 8 PER UNIT

Acer PS/2/ style mouse MS-DOS 3.3, BASIC, EMS 4 1985 Cavalier Convertible, Black auto,
2 serial ports,1 parallel 80387SX Slot $719 PP 6, PER UNIT Power everything: New stereo/cass,
condo $5000 Call 3383828. 365
On Board VGA VGA+, EGA, 12/4/8/ / Warranty great
CGA MDA ($2195 Retail Price) I $819 PPM PER UNIT '79 VOLKSWAGON RABBIT 2000R, with
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$1395 I 0 R/T/ AIRFARE BETWEEN
& J:1..Q\ \ 1978 TOYOTA CORONA, Original Owner,
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service and support network and a unique needed lor today's business AceR (. R/T/ TRANSFERS DENVERBRECKENRIDGE. 5909. 3-2-2-9

on-site requirements and the expandability
warranty program RENTAL '66 CHEVETTE P/S A/C, AUTO 4DR
necessary lor the new applications that CARS ON REQUEST AM/FM C3STE 57K. Great condition

are just around the corner. 6 DAY BRECKENRIDGE UFT Asking $2300 372-4129. 3239

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No calls, please Affirmative Action/Equal
dependable, personal service Tara 332- Openings! National Parks Forests Fire
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS MOVING? 1469. 43054.12 Opportunity Employer. Crews. Send stamp for free details. 113, E

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FullServ, Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1. 372-0706 3.1.3.12 HARD TO KILL ((M) ,130, ((445 <0> $2 50)). 730, 10.15
tem/Hse Full Days/Eves. Long dis 12 SERVICESYOU 130. |I5 00 0 (2 SOl). 7.JO.t 55 COURAGE MOUNTAIN (PG)

Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374.4791 4.30.75.11 Pull It! In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable 1 45 MADHOUSE, ((51501250)()!PC-11), 7 4S.J5S) 2 00, ((5 15 $2 50))
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boarding woodser facilities Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. MUSIC BOX (PC-11)) BORN ON THE
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students accepted 466-3224 375.8080 378-7179 Legal, Medical Terminology, Reports, Papers LITTLE 1 1.15 7.15
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ALLIGATOR. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1990
,

SPORTSAnother




look DeVoe: I will not return to UF I



outside forces, mainly boosters and former DeVoe said he pondered the dec v> "
was all it took Alligator By DAN Staff STIFFLER Writer coaches. the last two weeks after he and > "II',

"The next coach has got to keep all the received several threatening phone "
Six months ago, UF interim basketball alumni and the people not involved with and his wife required security to g< ',11'
coach Don DeVoe took control of the Ga- the student-athletes away from the ath- home games.
for top recruitBy tors, looking to guide them to another letes," DeVoe said. "There's no way I want DeVoe said h e was"a no-nonsense ? ,

Southeastern Conference championship, this coaching position right now." who took over a nonsense program 1(1,

MATT FOGLESON while in the process trying to earn himselfa Before the game, DeVoe told a national ing,"It would of all been fine if (he ," 'nt;
permanent job. television audience he thought it would be people would have butted out"
Alligator Writer
But Tuesday, just hours before UF better to go elsewhere and coach where he DeVoe waited to tell the players
After growing up as a selfproclaimed"Gator ended its 14-game losing streak against is "better appreciated." "He needed a new start. I dOli'0,

hater," Terry Dean, the state's top- Louisiana State, DeVoe announced he will "I've had it with the abusive things that Coach DeVoe personally but he wa1'! II

rated high school quarterback, re-evaluated withdraw his name from the list of possible have happened to me and my family," coach," Stacey Poole said. "He jusi' DI)" ,.
UF when he began searching for a college.He permanent head coaches, citing personal DeVoe said. "You get to the point where after the game that he needed a new .r
liked what he heard from UF recruiters, abuse to his family and the intrusion of you say enough is enough." and we are going to get a new star'
but he wasn't sure he wanted to be a Gator.
___ ._
11 L u
up until December: iic was planning 10 play ,
for Auburn-the dominant team of the South- Surprise! Gators

eastern Conference of late- and his father's
alma mater.

Though he had always liked then-Duke
LSU
7663By
coach Steve Spurrier's pass-oriented offense, stun
he ruled out the Blue Demons because he ,

didn't want to play for a school more nationally
JASON DAVIS
recognized for its basketball program.
But UF resolved Dean's dilemma Dec. 31 Alligator Staff Writer

by hiring Spurrier as head coach. Dean be- The nation knew the UF basketball team was have!,
came the Gators' first verbal commitment two troubles this season. Do they really believe that now?

days later. They would be hard-pressed to do so after Tuesday mgi",
"I I feel Florida is the up-and-coming! pro- e After watching the Gators face 15th-ranked Louisianaon
gram with Coach Spurrier," said Dean, who national television, it seemed like the grand days ,>
threw 16 touchdowns and just three interceptions basketball had returned to the O'Connell Center.

for Naples Barron Collier High this year. The days when UF was in control of the Southe.
"It's the place to be." Conference. The days as recently as last year.

Academics also played a role in his final UF, mired in the bottom of the SEC this season, took decision. Dean, who has a 4.5 GPA, said he of LSU early on and stunned the Tigers 76-63, avouum'
plans to major in business or engineering.Dean school-record 15 consecutive losses.
who is in the race to be valedictorianof The
only reminder of the before the
controversy came t.g.:; "+"
his class, said UF's reputation in those two when Gators interim coach Don DeVoe announce

areas was a factor he considered.On ESPN's pre-game show he will not return to the squad nex
the field, Dean's intelligence, strongarm i ix because of the turmoil and previous seemingly endless !14-u.
and quickness probably will make him a losing streak.

successful college quarterback, said Barron + Stacey Poole scored a game-high 22 points to lead the !AP--
Collier coach Dave Tanner. underdogs to the victory in front of a home crowd of 6,82. '<
Dean completed 71 of 128 passes for 1,187 at the start of the game, the Gators ((6-20 overall, 3-14 n..
yards this year, leading the Cougars to a 10-1 SEC) showed why they were underdogs.After .
season that included a district title. He also Poole scored the first basket of the game Lou!
rushed for 516 yards and five touchdowns. State ((21-7 11-6)) went on a 14-2 run to seemingly pul ai
"Nobody expects him to go in and be a end to the contest with 13:48: remaining before halftime
success immediately," said Tanner, who has
.
But UF went on a 22-4 run over the next 10:20: to take -
coached preps for 15 years, including four at Ile it never lost. At halftime the Gators led 3027.
Barron Collier. "But he's the most able quar-
That
was just a sign of things to
come.
"
terback I've had on the high school level.
UF came out of its locker room revitalized and pulled .w
Despite his impressive high school statis-
The Gators' lead got as large as 21 points several time
tics, Dean said he realizes he most likely will
the last time 62-43 with 7:01: to play and held tight.
be redshirted next year.
Renaldo Garcia scored 17 for the Gators, with Scott Stewi'
At least three upper-classmen Kyle Mor-
and Dwayne Davis in 16 ,
chipping and
11, respectively
ris, Donald Douglas and Brian Fox will '
Louisiana State was led by Vernel Singleton, who scon-i
. compete for the starting quarterback position.
Dean said he will have to go through a "tough points. Sophomore All-American Chris Jackson added 15
transitional period." "I almost forgot what it was like to win," Davis said. "It it1--
SWtllt COOK ALLIGAIOJumpin'
really good. Feels like winning the championship all over agars
But he said the competition and Spurrier'soffense javelin thrower
probably will eventually benefit him. Despite his team's overwhelming odds of winning, Louiswn.
"At Florida with Spurrier's offense I think Mary Aman, a UF women's javelin and discus State coach Dale Brown knew an upset was possible.

I'll fit in real well," he said. "Competition thrower, works on an exercise to build strength in "Moments like this are difficult to describe,"Brown said. 'It
brings out the best in everyone." her legs.UF not shock, it's just difficult. It doesn't surprise me. We've go''
Even the threat of NCAA probation couldn't the reputation" of Mike Tyson, but we just didn't have his punch'

scare Dean away He said Spurrier told him tonight.

that any sanctions on the football team probably -
I would be light. batters shatter the Hatters 110By I

"It really didn't bother me," Dean said. "I 1 ,

don't expect anything bad to happen." ALEX MARVEZ In his first collegiate start, UF's John

Unlike most high school players who go on Alligator Writer The Pricher ((1-1)) struck out a career-high '
to play Division I football Dean did not play Gators, ranked batters and scattered four hits over eigln'
organized football until his freshman year of After leaving five runners on base duringthe innings.UF .
, high school. Instead, he was involved with first four innings of the UF baseball 18th nationally, improveto
18th in the latest Collegiate Base
soccer and BMX bike racing. team's 11-0() victory Tuesday night over 85.
ball/ESPN poll, improved to 85.
But he makes up for his lack of experiencewith Stetson, it appeared the Gators were goingto

natural athletic ability. He runs a 4.6 in continue the same trend that began with eighth innings to secure the win in front of Stetson dropped to 55.

the 40-yard dash, Tanner said. Sunday's loss to Florida International. 1,145 at Perry Field. Herbert Perry gave UF the lead in the
Dean said he hopes to accomplish two Things changed in the fifth inning, second inning after walking, advancing to
things during his years at UFo He said he though, as the Gators, who stranded nine Eric Martinez hit a grand slam home run second base on a single by Martinez, tag
wants "a good chance of going into the pros runners against the Golden Panthers, ex- in the bottom of the eighth inning to lead ging up and moving to third on a fly out by
and some good business contacts" in case he panded on a 1-0() lead by scoring four runs. the offensive onslaught. That followed a Russo and scoring after Ricky Britton hit
doesn't fulfill his first goal. They scored six more in the seventh and two-run homer by Joe Russo in the seventh. into a fielder's choice.