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Title: The Independent Florida alligator
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Alternate Title: University digest
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Language: English
Publisher: Campus Communications, Inc.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1990
Publication Date: 1973-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 65, no. 75 (Feb. 1, 1973)-
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= ammert highly pretentious, but strikingand at mixing nostalgia and rap. Co- Wilson PhillipsIn edge. Wilson Phillips may be

addictive.One mixers James Early and Felton a few years you might be thought of as a female version of

can easily lose respect for Pilot should be commended for sitting in a piano bar or club and Crosby, Stills and Nash or ABBA.

hear a of patrons yell out to The trio's first hit
an artist who borrows music giving us more than we would group "Hold On"will

F r and/or lyrics from other hit normally expect from Hammer, the night's hired musicians., "Hey, probably earn them a Gram-

i iftfha ome Wilson sl" my nomination for best new artist
recordings. That isn't likely to je albumtopakappcal
happen with Hammer's latest d icily a p eme y rea ere next year. It does what a lot of

album Please Hammer Don't Hurt s powe d th I of feeling singles don't-leave you wantingto

'Em. M g entic' I mans b he but a hear it again and again. The

ul fin la s wli st vocals are inspirational and Joe
What in this
you get followupto a rap album, this may be the one as well could be "Daddy's Little Walsh's guitar playing is simple
his smash debut Let's Get It
to indoctrinate you as a fan. And Girls." Wilson Phillips, also the yet effective, never drowning the
Started is an earful of where the
the Hammer won't fail to remind album's title, makes the kind of harmonic chemistry of the

rapper may have gotten his musi- you of who he is. Co Hammer! music you'll be singing with singers.
cal inspiration. In addition to the
friends and strangers on a nightout The additional backgroundwork
apparently Rick James influenced
over a couple of drinks. is good, but lacks com-
"Yo!! Sweetness" and "U Can'tTouch
The group includes Chynna plexity, causing it to sound redundant -
This Hammer his
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own rendition of "Have You Seen
Hammer probably referred to by MTV Tracks like "Release Me" and
Her?," which is fresh and innova- "
Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em viewers as "the blonde one, and "Next to You" may have soundedas
tive, but still true to the original'swarmth
Can you imagine funk legend and heartfulness. This Carnie and Wendy Wilson. The good, if not better, a cappella.

Rick James sprinkling his music real appeal of Wilson Phillips is the With the exception of "Eyes
ballad is proof that Hammercan
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James! ? Neither can I. But it version of "Dancin' influence of the ladies' famous Phillips' lyrics are a little too

works for MC Hammer, and he Machine"also good,though not parents, John and Michelle Phil- sweet, But I say take the cavities.

effectively uses this egocentric rap as likely to get your back off the lips (Mamas and the Papas) and The girl's enchanting voices will

technique to record powerful wall as the Brothers Jackson's hV Brian Wilson (Beach Boys). dull the pain. Wilson Phillips is the

tracks highlighted by samplesfrom original. The album's latest In an age where pop music has kind of album you do one thing

James' "Superfreak" and release "Help the Children" has been taken over by young, techno- with lie back, close your eyes

"Give It to Me Baby." The current its roots in Marvin Gaye's "Mercy, pop artists singing bouncy, syn- and listen.

chart buster"U Can't Touch This," Mercy Me (The Ecology)." Gaye thesized, bee-bop songs, it's,

backed by the music of the fans may not be impressed by the refreshing to hear new music REVIEWS BY JEFF GARFIELD

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Let's hear it for New Kids on the Block!Just kidding. Last week APPLA USE asked Rubies with Seven_ Simons (Fri)

what musical act loathe. Number [1-904-246-4073]
you absolutely 1 by an overwhelming majoritywas
The Time
Gathering Lounge
New Kids on the Block. DMDS
Machine [332-7500]
Andy had two reasons for hating "New Brats on the Block." First, "they all have Hardback Cafe Mean Season

that hairdo that looks like (Thurs), What Anne Likes(Fri), N
riff-raff. Like Dolphin (Sat) [372-6248]
a Dairy
Lillians Beat Street [372-1010]
A Queen hairdo that's j
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achieved by sticking your Markle and the Swamp Rooters
head into the toilet." And ] (Fri!) [377-2927]

furthermore, Andy continued, "The toilet is from whence they came, so it's to Metropolis Hal Showis (Sat),
whence they should return." The Wailers (Sun), The Second
Central City Expose (Thurs) Step (Tues) [1-904-355-6410]
Nicole even has more reason to hate them. She works in Burdines' junior [1374-8002] Napolatono's Gary Cordon

department and has to put up with their music Charlie's Share D'Llght (Thurs), Beat Street Duo (Sun)

APPLAUSE is the weekly hour after hour. "They should be stricken from (Thurs), Tom Wilbur (Fri, Sat), [332-6671]
entertainment supplement to Share D'Llght (Wed) [371-8069] Richenbacher's Grease the Cat
radio and MTV forever she complained. "I hate
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editors'Jeremy helllgar them. I think they're prepubescent, nasty people." (Fri, Sat) [378-5359] Llghtnin' Harpo (Tues), CollageWed
directors denlse m. reagan One can only wonder why they sell so many Einstein A Go Co The Jack ( ) [375-5363]

records.

Brian had a few unkind words to say about Phil Collins. "I've seen enough of The popular trio Expose will be

him," he said. "I 1 especially hate the way the light shines off his bald spot and performing tonight at Central
The Miami-based, allfemaletrio
blinds the audience." Well, that's what they get for going to see him in the first City.
is best known for the hits "Let
place, Brian. best Me Be the One," "Seasons

Other lesser-known songbirds also got honorable mention. One guy said The Change" and "What You Don't

Butthole Surfers should go down the toilet because the toilet is where buttholes bets Know." Their latest chartbuster is
"Your Baby Never Looked GoodIn
belong. Pretty sharp observation. A second Brian called to gripe about The "
Blue. Tickets are $8.50 in ad-
Wonder Stuff. The poor_ guy drove all the way to Atlanta to see them and theycanceled. vance and $10 the day of the show.

At least your '66 Chevy got a goodworkout Doors open at 9 p.m.Call 3748002for

Brian. more Info.
The Florida Exhibit
And even Gainesville's own Aleka's Attic Vanishing
opens Sunday at the Temporary Exhibit Hall in the Florida Museum.
didn't go without criticism. Carolyn asked, The exhibit from the Fiber Artists' League of Tampa Bay highlights

"What other band has a pseudo-movie star endangered plants and animals. It opens at 1 p.m. and will continue

as the lead singer and has to tell everyone through August.And .
Miss Reardon Drinks a Little is the Florida Players' first presentation -
about it? Aside from that awesome soap star
of the summer,and it opens Tuesday at the Stage Too Theatre.The
Michael Damien.
Paul Zindel play is about a family's struggle to hold on to each other
Since hate seems to be such a popular sub- and to sanity. Tickets are $6.50 for the general public and 25 cents for

ject, next week APPLAUSE wants to know UF students with a fee card. For more info call 392-1653.
Flowers and Landscapes At the Airport, a show of prints by Robert
what television stars you would like to pinto
Mueller and oil paintings by Hiram Williams continues through July
wall and their out. Call 376-
a gouge eyes 18 at the Gainesville Regional Airport. Call 374-2197 for more info.If .
4511 with your answer, and don't forget to you'd like to put your Best Bet in APPLAUSE, send your an-

leave your name. nouncement to APPLAUSE, P.O. Box 14257,Gainesville, Fla.32604-2257
New Nd on the Chopping BlockMurphy's
or call Jeremy at 376-4458.

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Wood pulp would spit on this (Note: All you Pulitzer Prize hope- than most "Love Boat" reruns. Balding husbands. What do yo

t ILti. book. Idealistic, hardworking fuls, relax. No competition here.) Writers block has produced bet- think they curl up with on Frida
i a f t'L ; journalism majors doomed to a life The basic scenario is as follows: ter literature. Meteorological up- night? Thorcau's Walden or Karei

of food-service employment virgin girl of the future's planet dates can boast of greater creative Robard's Desire in the Sun? I kno

(myself included) are justifiably gets taken over (two pages). Vir- license. Most cereal box tops can which one my money's on.

disgusted by the financial successof gin girl flees to backwards bar- claim more complicated THE MORAL: Why waste you

such cliche-ridden slush. With barian planet for help (eleven storylines. Dr Suess possessesmore parents' money on a master's dc

phrases like "she had become ad- pages). Manly barbarian enslaves realism. I think you get the gree? Correspondence course

dicted to his special brand of virgin girl (five pages). Sex ((279 picture. would over qualify one for thi

domination "her breasts pages). Happy couple returns to What I want to stress here is that type of journalism. What do yo

(were) an abundant handful future planet, freeing it in a child- this woman has had a book in the suppose 90 percent of all so-calle

I Mrs. Lindsey has assured herselfof ishly simple fashion (four pages). No.1 slot on the the New York "classic" authors had in commo

yet another bestseller. And the Disgustingly sappy ending (two Times' bestsellers list, and all her when they were alive? Well, the

hatred of feminists everywhere.The pages). 19 books have been among the sure as hell weren't shovelin
This book breaks all the unwritten national I bestsellers. Virginia weighty stacks of cash into thei

4 names of the lead charactersin laws of romantic fiction decency. Woolf should have been so lucky. personal Swiss bank accounts o

this genre of fiction usually And yes, there are such things. Serious literature doesn't often a regular basis. Personal integrit

foretell the general quality of the The book's only surprise was its sell. Go figure. and long-term name recognitio

book itself. You be the judge. In complete predictability. No Think about all those femalesout must be nice, but who needs it

this case they are the scantily clad variety. No plot (such as it is) there with no boyfriends. All I'll settle for the cash.BYKATHYVALLADARES.

Warrior's Woman Tedra De Arr and the brutish-yet- twists. The author clings deter- of the aging homebodies without

Johanna Lindsey lovable Challen Ly-San-Ter. minedly to a plot formula simpler husbands. Or with fat husbands.



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;; White male, twentysomething, successful business ratio of men to women is either five men to every .".
owner with great looks and a great brain,seeks similar woman or five women to every man. By the time you
: lady to share good times. spot someone in the crowd, chances are that a dozen
I"|r; 1 Ah, the classifieds. An old friend when the going others are already trying to lay claim to the same ,,
gets tough. Recommended reading during those fre- prize. Once again, you go home alone or with your
quent dry spells.Unfortunately. puking roommate. ..
i'- college isn't always the social boost So eventually these once-eager freshmen become
that it's cut out to be. We've all encountered the eager discouraged and do one of two things: banish them-
L<'. freshman male with a pocketful of condoms scanning selves to weekend nights at home with frozen pizzas
i st the horizon, looking for the first of many conquests. while they wait for graduation, or try harder.
:. Or the freshman female who conveniently places her- Too bad those who choose the former route have to
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' self in the right place at the right time and waits for wait more than four years to discover the error of their :'
> the right guy to pass by. ways.Those college years are the glory years and they .::/,
; :, But these early dreams lucrative black books and should be used wisely. Because, once you enter the '
., constant nights out often soon turn to dust. It's hard real world, finding a mate doesn't only take hard /
\" enough trying to find a seat in Carlton Auditorium work. It takes a miracle. ,
;.. ;', without' trying to secure a weekend date too. And After those frustrating,eight-hour work days where ,;
\ those fifteen minutes between classes when hordes of you stare into a computer with hardly a minute to
students are scurrying to and from class are even more even look up,all you want to do is go home to a bowl .:'
,"" /i futile. ,of popcorn and a rerun of "The Cosby Show." By 10 "" :t'
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from five the list goes on.. Are there horrible Incidents, like a match .
page "A lot of people have the misconceptionthat :L-T::: : made in hell, that stand out in Medelius''

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only, mind? She says no.. Screenings stop problems
she says.. "Basically, it's' a service to makeit before they start.
But there may be hope yet for those Match I
sentenced to a lifetime of Saturday nightsin MakeMea easier for people"Gainesville What about those poor clients faced I

front of the television set.. That hope is is not exactly a bustling me- with contacting a stranger who only existsas

Martha Medelius, who runs the twoyearold tropolis,and that makes it difficult to meet a name and phone number on a pieceof

Gainesville branch of MatchMaker International people, especially out of college.. People paper? A blind date is bad enough, but

a national firm with its also are busy and finding that it's' difficultto setting up your own blind date must be

regional headquarters in Jacksonville. meet people in the little spare time that terrifying. Medelius says that being ner-

MatchMaker International has been bring- they have, Medelius says.. And the obvi vous is a natural part of any new relation-
"meat markets", like bars and clubs .
ing people together since 1973 and cur- ous ship.
rently has 1,000, clients in Gainesville, just aren't' for everyone. "Most people "I 1 think everyone is nervous at the

Medelius says.. In Jacksonville and Tampathe don't' want to go to a bar to meet some- start," she says."This" is a lot better for

client base is even larger. one," she says.Medelius E a someone who is shy. Approaching a

Medelius graduated from UF in the talks of a friend Tampa witha stranger in a bar can be nerveracking.With .

summer of 1987 with a bachelor's' degreein a lot going for her, but still she doesn't' MatchMaker International, the per-

psychology. When she saw the ad for a have men pounding on her door, beggingfor son on the other end is also looking for
dates..And for this friend,the bar scene someone."
International
position with MatchMaker ,
offers little hope. "I've' seen what guys say Medelius is married and has been for
she interviewed and got the job. A match-
making career was born.. to her in bars," Medelius says.. She doesn't' almost a year, but if she weren't' she

MatchMaker International's' first branchwas reveal just what these men say, but the probably would use a dating service..
look her face witha "That's' the truth she "I\
in Syracuse, N.Y. Most of the on spells pornographic says. really
"P." that would make would.."
capital Things
company's branches are still in the East,
Andrew Dice blush And that service would be
Clay maybe.She probably
but "we're slowly heading out west,
believes that it's' a lot safer to finda .rd.b MatchMaker International.. Not only be-
Medelius says.. Clients' ages range from
match MatchMaker In- she works tor the but
perfect through cause company
18 to 80.. Both UF and Santa Fe Community 0\
College students sometimes use the ternational because of the company's' in- ;;: -L because she genuinely believes in its
-
To her this methods..
tense screening process. seems
company's services.. Pretty diverse, huh?
beneficial both but "We have a method that works well..
But these clients all have one thing in to parties, even moreso <<
for to women.'Women." have a lot to fear A lot of people have the misconception that a We're' very personalized,;" she says. "No
common (besides the need a personal
these days, and knowing that we screen it's' videos, no pictures or complicated appli--
Cupid"That's) '- the quality.. denominatorfor everyone that comes in the door makes a dating service is for losers only. Basically, a cation processes.."

one common feel lot better she )") Wait a minute.. Why no pict ores"A? relationship -
all the people that do come in," woman a says. service to make it easier for people. "
looks Medelius
Medelius The screening process includes values isn't based on ,

says. and lifestyle applications, which are con- says. "Anyone who thinks so is kidding
The sign-up process is relatively simple.
Martha Medelius himself.."
fidential.. Even the questions that are
Three forms of identification are required.This
is to insure that some "Joe Weirdo" asked on these applications can't' be dis-- MatchMaker Internationalthe Medelius also believes MatchMaker International -

Medelius closed. The second part of the process is is a cut above other similar
doesn't use the service,
Not that MatchMaker International says.only a one-on-one, hour-long talk that company will have to compromise on one. But most of the time MatchMaker services in the area. Not only is the com-

caters to clientele of a particular status.. Medelius has with each prospective client.. more subjective characteristics.Once International's' connections work. pany national, which gives it credibility,
clients like the During this talk customers discuss what the Information from a client is "We go really in depth into their wants but it also introduces people to others in
The company's are just
population.. And they aren't' nec- they're' looking for in a person, whether collected and stored, the real matchmaking and needs," Medelius says. "We go reallyin the same town, not a Florida woman to a

average essarily nerds and dorks who couldn't' geta they want marriage or a one-on-one rela-- process begins.. Once a match is found, depth until (we) have exhausted every- man in Anchorage, Alaska. Medelius alsoIs
tionship.. Medelius contacts both parties and tells thing." quick to point out that MatchMaker

a date any other way. Certain questions are always asked, them about their match.. MatchMaker International Perhaps this is the key to the company'ssuccess. International is by no means an escort
Sure we all have that image of a five-
such as "Are you a smoker or non- doesn't' physically bring the In fact,MatchMaker Internationalhas service..
foot-tall, greasy-haired man wearing
black-rimmed and cathead smoker." MatchMaker International must two parties together..That part is up to the a 75 percent success rate, Medelius "An escort service is for someone in
thick
tennis, shoes an glasses ad in the -- ... be 100 percent accurate with this type of clients..Medelius may suggest that the two says.. That means that two clients go "on town for the night who wants a pretty ladyto
placing
als. "SWM, thirtysomething, bronzebodied person- Friday nights circling those kinds of ads When Medelius started working for But after going through the files, she was trait. A person who prefers a non-smoker go out for a drink, but from here on she hold," dating only each other exclusively. go out with," she says. "People are here
MatchMaker International she absolutely can't' be matched with a plays the part of a disinterested umpire.. Introductions cease, and Medelius can for a one-on-one relationship, not to date
seeks Paulina-type for serious with her nibbled-on, red-ink pen. Why too won- impressed by what she saw. "They're really -
relationship.." Or the 300pluspoundRoseanne would Kim Basinger or Rob Lowe need to dered why someone with aboveaveragelooks with-it people," she says. Cute guys, smoker.. Other traits such as a sense of' That Is, unless the match is not exactly d don the smile of success.But are' there ever around..
humor Then it's' back to those times when sparks don't quite fly? So the commitment shy need not apply.
aren't and made in heaven.
Barr type who sits at home on use a dating service? would want to use a dating service. interesting activities like scuba diving ... as cut dry. Sometimes square




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\ 10p.m..". The now-loving couple hits the hottest nightclub.

__________________ ________________ in town. They dance into the wee hours.

938: a.m.."' Rusty reaches Noon.. [Eden meets her 430 de- 2:32: (a.m."' Rusty and
: p.m." Eden leaves the mall empty-handed She .
8 a.m.."' Rise and shine. over and slams on the mom for lunch. Mother cides s to continue the search in her closet. At the same I ier' : 735-8 p p.m.. The drive to the restaurant Eden close Eden's'

Eden wakes just in snooze button. "Another g gives daughter the an- time, Rusty enjoys a couple of beers with his friends as is filled with small talk. L Mid I Y' legs are apartment door be-
up "
hangover, he thinks. dent when-do-I-get-to- d"d"Y hind them. "Looks
time i d f for they watch the ball on television.. i t. They've
t to get ready y game 9:37: p.m.. No small
"The fourth one in three be-a-gran d mot her gi like another sleepi
tonight's i g t's big g d date t i talk. All 1 kissing.i been dancing non-stop t for "
I'll routine. Eden
days. Maybe sleep another sighs. less night, Rusty
First the agenda d a, 5.05: p.m.". order two h hours.At 1 least t his s h hangover g
hour.
don Rusty snores. thinks to himself
her y three-mile 730: p.m..". He parks his an appetizerThey at the i is s gone.

jog. So what if she 3403.45: : P p.m..". Rusty Y 630 p.m.. Eden changes outfits again. car in front of Eden's' restaurant. 9:30: "p.m.", Less small I

skipped the last two cuts himself three n apartment building, talk. More kissing. j

weeks. Better late almost duck 22:30 a.m.."' Rusty
;, 2 "p.m.", Eden roams the times while shaving. hitting a :

than never. 930 a.m.. Rusty* alarm goes off. mall searching g for an More swearing.g He .in the process. She 8:15: p.m". Appetizer calls time out on 2.-05-245: : a.m.."' The ride

outfit for tonight. "I I continues to swear 6:45: "p.m.". She de- 7 P p.m..", Rusty arrives meets him at the front arrives. More small 851: "pmp.", The entrees arrive.. the dance floor.. home is an interesting

I want something sexy, he gets dressed.. as'd'd es to t g go with home a little drunk door. "Not bad d for a talk.. More small talk. He retires with one. Rusty y p pays a Y Yyet s mini-
begins to
wholesome!> ," she the red dress. and get' blind date," they both Eden to a secluded mum attention a to the .
for
9 a.m.."' She arrives at the beauty parlor fifteen tells the,aaleswoman.. She worries that ready tonight's think..Could be worse. I corner where they road. He has several "

minutes early. "Oh well, the early bird catches The saleswoman rolls it might make k e date.. get to know each close calls.
830: "p.m.". Eden orders a salad for an entree. j other better.
the she herself she nibbles her look too
worm, says to as her 3JO '
eyes. : alarm
"p.m. Rusty's off for the
goes Although she hasn't eaten a thing g all day, she
on a bagel she didn't know was in her('
purse sixth time.. He rolls of bed easy
until a minute ago. the shower.. He out and into 7:03:: p.M.'" He's'. ready He jumps into his car and doesn't' want to look too greedy. And besides,
swears loudly because the h heads over to Eden's'. apartment.. Along the way he she's' b been dieting for a week now.Rusty orders
water is too cold. 2 a.m.. decide on a of
steak. i They Y change scenery
gets yet another speeding ticket. He curses. a, .



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I UNIVERSITY Gerald Schaffer Is Appointed UF's




I ar.JfJJI'I- Administrative Affairs Vice President


Gerald Schaffer, who has worked in UF's burg Junior College in 1961.He served as
Administrative Affairs Office for the past a consultant for the National Institutes of
19 has been named vice president for Health from 1980 to 1982.
years
Produced by UF Information and Publications Soviets 355
served the student related
He has on
administrative affairs. Schaffer has servedas
Tigert Hall and paid lor at usual advertising rales to com
i munlcate official notices and Important Information to interim vice president since his prede- GERALD program committee.of the National Association
students, faculty and staff Call 392 0186 for Information cessor, Bill Elmore, died May 21, 1989. SCHAFFER 1 of College and University Business
I "Jerry's contribution to this university Officers for the past five years and servedas
is considerable, having served admirably Administrative its chairperson for two of those years.
for nearly three decades," said UF PresI- Affairs Schaffer has been active in community affairs -
Register Kids Now dent John Lombardi in announcing the Vice President r participating in Leadership Gaines-
appointment. "I am pleased that he has Came r ville, the Gator Exchange dub and the City -
For P.K. Yonge'sSuper accepted this challenge and count on his ToUFIn of Gainesville's Regional Transit Ad-
skill and knowledge as we continue to 1964 visory Board. He also served on a special
Summer 90 develop our university. His backgroundand task force that evaluated the governanceand
expertise will provide a key quality funding of the city's transit system.
Parents can register their children now in achieving our goals in this era of scarce Schaffer is married to the former Marti
for Super Summer '90, a summer enrich- resources and great needs." Schaffer came to UF in 1964 as a junior Henderson and they have three children:
ment program offered at UF's P.K.Yonge Lombardi noted that Schaffer's selec- accountant and rose through the ranks to Sara, Rebecca and Daniel.
Laboratory School for students interestedin tion came as a result of a national search assistant director of Finance and Accounting The vice president for administrative affairs -
fast-paced, advanced-content courses that attracted a pool of excellent can- in 1969. In 1971, he moved to the Administrative is the university's chief fiscal and
that stress high-level thinking and critical didates. "His knowledge of the complexities Affairs Office as assistant to business officer as wen as business advisorto
problem solving.Students of our campus, his excellent ex- the vice president. He was named assis- the president. The vice president is
who have just completed kin- perience as a business and fiscal manager, tant vice president in 1978 and associate responsible for 10 major divisions encom-
dergarten through fifth grade are eligible and his understanding of the importanceof vice president in 1981. passing about 1,500 employees and for
for the program. Super Summer '90 will providing strong administrative sup- Schaffer earned a bachelor of science maintenance and security of the 2,000-acre<
offer two sessions-July 9 through 20 and port to the teaching, research, and service degree in business administration from campus and its more than 800 buildings.
July 23 through August 3. Classes will beheld missions of the university all contributedto the University of Tampa in 1964 and an
from 8 a.m. to noon weekdays in air- his selection," Lombardi said. associate of arts degree from St. Peters- THIS/


conditioned Students may attend rooms registration one at or P.K.both fee sessions.is Yonge.$125. Gerardo Gonzalez Named ChairmanOf CAMP US S NEXT WEEK

Subjects will include the humanities,
social sciences and physical sciences,with Counselor Education DepartmentGerardo
classes ranging from drama to French to -
geometric patterns. The kindergartenclass Gonzalez, associate professor
will cover one course, and other of counselor education, has been named TODAY
students will cover four courses. Stu- chairman of the College of Education's BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR, "Struc-
dent/teacher/ ratio will be 10 to 15 studentsper Department of Counselor Education ef- ture of Protein Structure and Dynamics by
teacher. Teachers for the program, fective August 1. GERARDO 2D-NMR and Hydrogen Exchange," by
sponsored by North Central Florida He succeeds Dr. Joe Wittmer, who is GONZALEZNew University of Pennsylvania chemistry professor
Association for Gifted, are from P.K. returning to teaching in the department. Walter Englander, 4 p.m., Cl-17
Yonge, Alachua County public schools Gonzalez is founder of the UF group Health Science Center.
and the community. Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerningthe Chair
Space is limited, so parents should Health of University Students (BACCHUS Joined FRIDAY
register their children as soon as ), which has evolved into the na- Faculty UF INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE,
For more information, contact Deborah tion's largest collegiate organization for In 1977 free and open to UF students, faculty,'
Harris or Gale Ulmer at 392-1554,or write the prevention of alcohol abuse. staff and spouses, no partner needed,
them at P.K. Yonge Laboratory School, He received a doctorate in counselor wear soft-soled shoes, lessons given, 8
1080 S.W. 11th St., Gainesville, Fla. 32611. education from UF in 1978 and a p.m., Norman Hall Gym.SUNDAY.
bachelor's in psychology from UF in 1973.
Free TutoringFor He began working at UF in 1977 as Stu- ter of commendation for national leader-
FIBER ARTS EXHIBIT OPENING,
dent Affairs coordinator and director of ship in alcohol education from former Pres- "
UF StudentsAt the Alcohol and Drug Resource Center. ident Ronald Reagan, and in 1989 he re- "Vanishing Florida, features more than
30 fiber works of
Gonzalez also worked for the State of ceived a Secretaiy's Certificate of Appreciation art endangered plants
Florida's of Health and Rehab- and animals by the Tampa Bay Fiber Artists' -
Department for Distinguished Service to the Field
Teaching CenterThe ilitative Services, Division of Family Ser- of Alcohol Education from the U.S. Depart- League, 1 to 4 p.m., Temporary Ex-
Office of Instructional Resources'Teaching vices. In 1986 he received a presidential ment of Health and Human Services. hibit Hall, Florida Museum of Natural
History.
Center, located in the southwest
wing of the basement of Broward Hall, offers CONTINUINGPRINT
free tutoring in a variety of subject Counseling Center Schedules Weekly EXHIBIT, "Women of the Press:
areas to UF students. Students can come Contemporary Prints from Women Pub-
to the center during specified hours for Small-Group Sessions During SummerThe lishers, features American prints published -

tutoring in mathematics, science, busi- University Counseling Center is organizing small by women-owned firms and selected for
counseling groups this sum-
and 1989 International Biennial of Arts
ness some engineering courses. Tu- Graphic
mer for full-time UF students and their Counseling Center \
toring is also available for students who lead the of spouses. psychologists will in Yugoslavia, through June 17 in Univer-
weekly groups, comprised approximately eight students each and
are preparing for the College Level group members must interview with\ a group's leader to participate., To potential sity Gallery, S.W. 13th St., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Academic Skills Test or the Graduate for an interview or for additional information abOut the groups, contact the Counseling Sign up- weekdays, 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays.
Record Examination (GRE). Center, 311 Little Hall, 392-1575. "FLOWERS AND LANDSCAPES," a
This summer the Teaching Center will Topics to be discussed and group meeting times are as follows: show of prints by UF art professor Robert
be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.weekdays, FAMILY ISSUES-Meeting time to be announced, Summer C only. Focus on how Mueller and oil paintings by UF professor
with additional evening hours of 7 to 9 family-of-origin problems(afcoholic parents, parental divorce, loss and poor onulyoforigin emeritus Hiram Williams, through July 18
p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. Students ships with parents) affect current relationships and feelings about self. at the Gainesville Regional Airport, 3400
should call the Teaching Center, For students who have identified issues. N.E.39th Avenue, 5:30: a.m. to 11:45: p.m.
392-2010, to find out when assistance will
STRESS BUSTERS-Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30: to 5 p.m., Summer A only. daily.
be need available in the subject in which they Students who want to learn effective techniques and approaches for managing stress

tutoring. ,\\-- and social anxiety.anxiety.Covers test anxiety, physical symptoms like headaches and ulcers, and Advance RegistrationFor

\ o For University BULIMIA-Mondays, 3 to 4:30: p.m., Summer A, B and C. For women obsessed with Fall Starts TuesdayAdvance
t''fi. News & InformationUNIVERSITY thinness and struggling with binge/purge/ eating behaviors. Discusses underlying
< dynamics and coping strategies. registration for fall term for .
SUBSTANCE ABUSE-Wednesdays, 3 to 4:30: p.m., Summer A, B and C. Students students attending Summer A and C
I] D who have questions about their use of alcohol or other substances explore their rela- terms will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
-i
i r- tionship to these substances. Tuesday through Friday in the basementof
ct WRUFAM ahOWRUFAM PERSONAL GROWTH-Meeting time to be announced, Summer C only. Individualswill Tigert Hall. Students with questions
t 8SOWRUF explore issues related to the development of a strong, healthy sense of self through about advance registration can call the
::11)) P.m !:M 104If structured exercises and group processing. Registrar's Office, 392-1374.
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The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative/ Action Institution"
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weekend was a big one completely exorcised. Either you exiting. The audience yawned
local and out-of-town loved it or you hated it. Those who skipped the bands
in Gainesville. The Quite a few members of for the party at W-191 in Bran-
Melvins from San Francisco and Gainesville's premiere local bands dywine were probably disappointed
showed up for the show. Henry by the small post-it note
and Rob from Tone Unknown, on the door which read, "Gone to
Jon and Jack from Subject, the Porpoise.See you there."Talk
Andrew from Bumble and Jeff about party poopers.And as packed
from Number Two were all as the Purple Porpoise was,
spotted in the crowd. chances are anyone who went
When the bands finished play- there to find them didn't find
1 ing a little after 1 a.m.,thumping, what they were looking for
bass-heavy rap music kept the
crowd moving until well after 2. Sunday's four-band benefit jam
Jacksonville bands Uncle at the Artitorium was a huge suc-
Remus and The Cotton Box cess. Henrietta's Lovers got
played to a much smaller, more The rowdy crowd of regulars at the Hardback Cafe things started and were followedby
sedate crowd earlier that night at sored the show) and scattered vocalist's undying love for his Po Boys (once again accom-
the Orange & Brew. In fact, most O&B: workers. girlfriend, the second about the panied by a video screen) and"
Dirt from Atlanta rocked the of the audience were friends and The highlight of the O&B: drummer's girlfriend catchinghim Wanksister. N Dolphin playedlast
Hardback Cafe Friday night. girlfriends of the band members, double-header was a trilogy of with another girl and the final when the crowd was at its
Rumor has it that both bands were a few members of the Reitz Union girlfriend songs by The Cotton number about his fed-up peak.And no one seemed to mind
hard to the core and the crowd was Program Council (which spon- Box. The first was about theDon't girlfriend packing her bags and getting a little wet.

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funny and fascinating trilogy. ton, a hotshot Army pilot Cage The bad guy is hired to protectthe The Army lent the producers of
Moviegoers may not have en- plays with heavy-lidded dullness. leaders of the drug cartel. He Firebirds full access to the nifty
joyed Part II as much as the first After a skirmish in Central manages to kill Jake's buddy Apache helicopter in the hopes of

film, but Part III actually may ,Y America, Jake debriefs the Joint during the skirmish that opens the achieving Top Gun-like boosts in
change minds about the second Chiefs of Staff, impresses them film. Now Jake wants revenge, but new soldiers. Any recruiting of-
installment. The final installment with his fervor and is selected to the mercenary Is ferociously ficers planning to work late hoursto
is much less a sequel than it is a train on the high-tech Apache skilled In air-to-air combat. For- deal with the crush should feel

last act after a six-month intermis helicopter. The military\ is prepar- tunately, Brad has confidence in free to sleep in.
sion. It ties all three films together ing for an assault on the drug Jake. Before the big battle, he tells BY MICHAEL GILTZ
perfectly. There is a pitfall of cartels and pilots of the Apacheswill

lengthy dialogue midway be crucial to its success.
through the movie, but use this First Jake must gain the ap- Center ((372-5347)) Back to ,the Future HI, Mountains of the Moon,

Interval to take a deep breath be- MICHAEL PARIS proval of Brad Little (Tommy Lee Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
cause the rest of the film is full- Sean Young and Nicholas Cage Jones), a tough Army trainer who Cinema N Drafthousc ((376-6843)) Crazy People (starts Fri)
ahead Litchfield ((336-0408)) Bird on a Wire, Cadillac Man, Driving Miss
with excitement.All
speed Firebirds fights off middle age by clamping
Daisy,Firebirds,My left Foot, Q&A, Tales from the Dark Side, Wild
involved with the
trilogy Litchfield, Oaks Six East, Plaza down on the new flyers.Jake also
swear there won't be a Part IV. Sean Young needed a job. wouldn't mind the approval of Orchid
Oaks Four West((331-8118)) Too Beautiful You( Fri),Bird
Let's hope so. It could easily ruin Nicholas Cage needed a hit. Billie (Sean Young), his former opens
on t Wire, The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover, The Hunt For
the magic of the entire saga. But if Tommy Lee Jones needed any- girlfriend who left Jake when she
Red October
there is, Doc: can make the trip thing. But surely no one else wanted to fly helicopters and he
Oaks Six East ((331-8818)) Total Recall ( Fri), Back to the
without his teenage chauffeur/ap- needed firebirds. The real sequelto wanted her to fly into the kitchen, opens
Future IU, Cadillac Man, Firebirds, The Horror Picture Show
Rocky
Zemeckis has created Gun is Thunder. But
prentice. an Top Days of barefoot and pregnant.Of .
incredible vehicle and until then have this (midnight Fri, Sat)
: Lloyd we ersatz war course, world events have
Plaza ((378-2434) Miss Ernest Goes to Firebirds
) Driving Daisy, /Jail
makes it fly. Back to the Future 111 movie, with Cage of all people made it difficult for Hollywood to
Royal Park (373-4277)) The Cods Must Be Crazy 11,Pretty Woman,
is a must-see film. in the Tom Cruise role.He's produce a by-the-numbers war
Joe Versus the Volcano'($1), Madhousetl( )
demonstrated an Interest- movie. Clint Eastwood ended his

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S-4511 themselves The Sundays, a nameas : ; droning, chordal basslines; Maybe The Sundays aren't sure Really. I just pick on it because it's

The Sundays ambiguous as the music itself. and somewhat askew guitar. of where they want to go. After all, so highly recommended by

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the best thing since sliced bread. whereas Edie is emotional, bluesyand lines are conventional and the a forgettable song that sounds likeit "Boring Smiths Fakers."

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AMERICANCharlie's BARBQUESonny's ITALIAN STEAK




The Original Murphy's Pub
Brown
Fine Dining & Spirits Real Pit BarBQFor Pizza PalaceThe Daily SpecialsDeli DerbyWe

tasty beef, pork, chicken and ribs, Sandwiches & Ice cold beer! know how particular you are about
kind of friends would
Handout Steaks. Fresh Seafood. Live place
your
come to Sonny's, for Bar-B-Q At Its Billiards, Darts and Video games. your steaks, that's why we only serve
tell about. Homemade ,fresh
Entertainment TuesSatNO COVER! you pasta
Best! 11-9:30: (Sun-Thu) tt 11-10 (Fri- Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur. steaks that are fresh cut, never frozen
baked tt made order.
Reservations recommended-371-8069. Sat). 2700 N. Waldo Rd.3610 S.W. 13th lasagna sauces to llam-12pm. Fri.-Sat. Ham-lam. Sun. and broiled exactly the way you order.
at 5 Corner of NW
Open everyday
St.3635 S.W.Archer Rd U.S.441 at 1-75, pm. Ipm-IOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the
23rd Ave. and 6th St. 3721546.MEXICAN
Alachua. from the YMCA pool. 372-4751. house with different cuts to statisfy

Woody's Nationally every appetite. Seafood lovers will (feel
right at home with a large and varied
Red Lion
Famous Sandwiches selection to choose from. Dinners come

3458 W. Univ.Ave.11/2 ml. from cam GOURMETToby's Tavern and GrillDO complete with our fabulous Super

pus. Hearty deli-style sandwiches, NOT READ THIS AND BY ALL Salad Table, your choice of potato and
soups & salads featuring top quality MEANS DON'T COME IN!Our beer is oven baked bread. From 5 to 7p.m. join
Boors Head cold cuts on specially El Toro warm and our food Is lousy.Grill open your friends (for the Best Happy Hourin
baked fresh bread served in a relaxed CornerA 1212. Nightly specials. 2413 SW 13th town. Enjoy two-for-one cocktails
casual atmosphere,conducive to meet- Gainesville tradition continues A Mexican Restaurant St. 378-6320- But don't call! plus complimentary hot and cold chef
Ing friends, entertaining parents & warm Country Inn setting featuring 1723 SW 13th Street. selected Hors d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities -

(family or conducting light business unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and Great Mexican Food. 7 Days. available. Most major credit
transactions. Imp. & domestic beer, pasta specialities; Tableside flambe No Brag-Just Fact. cards accepted. Reservations not
wine MC & VISA accepted. Open M- desserts tt coffees. Dinner from 5 SEAFOODCapt'n needed but (for parties of six or more,

Sat 11-9, F 11.10 & dosed Sun. nightly. Lunch from 11:30: am week please call 373-0088.5220 S.W. 13th St.,

days. Reservations recommended. 101 La Fiesta just south of Williston Rd.

SE 2nd Place. 375-7620. MC/VISA ac- Louie's Galley
Mexican RestaurantGville's
Snuffy's Restaurantand cepted. On special this week grilled dol-
newest authentic Mexican res- phin-$6.95. Includes salad bar, potato Great Steaks
Lounge taurant. Our (family restaurants have It hush puppies. Fried shrimp dinner
1017 W.Univ. Ave.376-8899 been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. only $6.95. Take out or dine in. 309 Beef & SpiritsFor

Caribbean pub atmosphere with gourmet ITALIANManaro's Serving daily lunch specials llam- N.W. 13th Ave. across from Krispy the best steaks and prime rib in
burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree's 5-10 Kreme, 372-6311. Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sandwiches weekdays & 5-10:30: weekends. Comein charcoal grill or our chef will
,and New England clam chow & give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI. prepare
dinner. Chicken fc Seafood tool!
your
der. Relax and enjoy your favorite (between Service Merchandise tt Mr. LaFitte's Seafood and
Open daily 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks &
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. Since 1955."Some things never change. Han's)332-0878. Raw BarDowntown dollar drafts from 5-7 6-Pound

Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight; ... fortunately your good taste and our on the square. challenge. 2310 SW 13th St.pm.3734301.
(Fri tt Sat),11:30: am-2 am;(Sun),6 pm- consistently delicious Italian food." I 11 SE 1st Ave.3729928.For .

11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa Open 7 days.Dinner served from 5 pm.Galllesville's 10 years offering the best seafood in
&Am. X. most popular Italian Res- s
,.. Gainesville. Blackened, Broiled, and 0
taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire Grilled...Seafood Pastas, Bar-B-Que

welcome. Fresh dishes daily induding Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oysters, Steak, yi
For chicken, veal steak & homemade P 1.
shrimp Chicken and
The Market Street Pub Quail.Try our new Italian
desserts at affordable
InformationRegarding prices.
Specialties. Nightly Fresh seafood.
Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail- Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style
Every Sunday, Monday & Tuesday
able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast beers in a jovial English pub. Live entertainment All The
Out On The Town, night: Garlic:, Mustard, Mary
( on Univ. Ave.) 2120 HawthorneRd. Thurs, FrI Sat evenings land Crabs
Style You Can Eat! Lunch
Contact (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall No cover. 120 SW 1st Ave. 3772927. M-F 113. Dinner M-Sun. Now
Amanda Escobio: 372-4690. Lunch and dinner daily. reservations. taking

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