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I Examiners differ on cause of pitcher's[ death. I IBy

RONALD DUPONT JR. Davis said he does not t agree with one of I .rHE; DAY ,OF:'STEVE ,GEORGIADIS'' .\'SURGERY. .', v r' 1-
the more prominent theories, which states r.
Alligator Writer Georgiadis had a small regurgitation in his 805; a.m. He is given anesthesia.
The UF baseball player who died in sleep and his own vomit went into his lungs, 8:25 a.m. Surgery begins.,
after routine shoulder surgery suffocating him. The cutting off of oxygen :
Shands Hospital designed to counteract t.
Naloxone drug
"" ,
Georgiadis is.given
March 17 may have slowly lost his within the lungs is called aspiration."But 11:05: a.m.
the affects of anesthesia. This is a common practice,
breath as his lungs filled with their own I don't get a picture of a person "',
watery secretion-effectively drowning himas peacefully lying there,suddenly burping and 'designed to make a person more alert after surgery so '\' .,
he lay asleep in bed, a South Florida choking on his own vomit Davis said. ,?. : body can actively begin the healing process.
medical examiner said. Instead, it appears that aspiration may {:- ?" 11:10 a.m.' ,Anesthesia is discontinued. ;
This news comes after an autopsy report have taken longer Davis said. This longer 11:10: ajn.to'.11;;15' Hospital t l notes donl show the exact time, but Georgiadis' \

gave no specific cause of death for 19-year- process may have occurred when *'".* -" '. a.m.:. stomach and! mouth,were suctioned ,after the t anesthesia,r '
old pitcher Steve Georgiadis. Georgiadis re- water secretions accumu- to make, .
Georgiadis' own ': was discontinued, a common practice designed
ceived surgery for torn shoulder muscles at lated inside his lungs,slowly cutting off the sure nothing blocks the person's airways while sleeping. .
Shands Hospital,then went into critical condition flow of air, he said. drowsy.but responsive. l'
about hours later when his : 11:15 Jn. Hospital J notes show Georgiadis
seven body will clear the ,
Normally, a
About noon He is given three doses of morphine within 30 minutes.
heartbeat and breathing became irregular.He lungs. But Davis added that he is not sure '
died two days later. why that didn't happen with Georgiadis, be- ,Noon to 2 p.m.. Hospital records are unclear but show he regurgitated after
The controversial death spurred cause there is not much evidence to study. leaving the recovery room, a common side-effecfsince. -the

Georgiadis'parents to hire an attorney, whois Georgiadis' mother, Angela, said Davis' ., I, body Is not used to the drugs-
considering suing Shands. 1 comments were new to her. She and her '" ,"'":-' 1 p.m. His vital signs are checked.

Alachua County Medical Examiner William attorney, Anthony Battaglia of St. Peters- ';:" : '*. : *.. '2 p.m. He is given meperidine, a pain killer! and Vistaril, an

Hamilton's autopsy report states that burg, have been focusing on an incident at f.tt': ',..' ; j" .antihistamine used t to counteract any allergic effects caused
died because he stopped breath < t '
Georgiadis 3 about four hours after surgery.At < Georgiadis
specific p.m. "r,aw* ing. The report, however, gives no that time, Angela Georgiadis and a .. out of
than when he came surgery.
being unable to ; '.. was more
for Georgiadis
unable to wake the student,even .
breathe, stating"the precise cause of which though nurse were they shook him, she said. j';: 3 p.m.. Georgiadis'mother Angela, and a nurse attempt) to. wake'
be the subject of differing opinions. tho student by shaking him. He does not wake \up. ,
'He's out and he
(The nurse) told me, 1 1'
But Dade County Medical Examiner Joseph won't wake until nighttime,' Angela ', '. 4 p.m' His.vital signs are checked again. I'
Davis said he thinks Georgiadis may Georgiadis said.up /' 5:45 p.m. Doctors begin trying to revive him after they notice his. ,M\I ,. .'.
have had trouble breathing because liquids heartbeat and breathing are irregular. ..s, :, f
consultant At about 5:45: p.m, hospital personnel
were in his lungs. Davis acts as a '
for Hamilton on cases when the cause of see Pitcher, page 5 SOURCES: DADE COUNTY MEDICAL EXAMINER JOSEPH DAVIS, ANGELA GEORGIADIS ;,1
aeatn L is uncertain.:

UF police arrest i


campus secretary i


after drug delivery

'who allegedly paid Haines; was '(
charged with possession of mar \
Alligator Writer ijuana, resisting arrest without "

A UF secretary is being inves- violence and with bringing more
tigated by liberal arts college officials than 20 grams of marijuana into ')
jr CrY after she was arrested and the state.. He is out of jail on a \

charged with receiving 1 1/2 $2,000 bond.
p pounds of marijuana little Hall Donald Wayne Lancaster, 39, ,
and delivering it to another per- a man who allegedly went to
UF police arrested administrative ijuana :was there, is also out of
4 secretary Rebecca Haines, jail on a $2,000 bond after being
IFb tar 39, after they saw her take packages charged with possessing the I
I of marijuana mailed to Little marijuana.
Hall from the Phillipines and Police first learned about the
place them in another person'scar. marijuana April 17, when a lib-
.Court records state that she eral arts professor( said packages [
J allegedly was paid $50 by the of marijuana had been deliveredto
recipient to deliver the mari his office from the Phillipines.The .
juana. professor, who police will
identify said he did not know
not I
Haines,who has been workingfor
who sent the marijuana. i
UF for 13 years,was charged .
with possession of marijuanawith Since the professor allegedly ;",,
intent to distribute and with had no knowledge of where the ,
bringing a controlled substanceinto packages came from, police con
the state. A judge released cluded that someone else must
ROBY PAGEALLIGATOREducation Haines from jail when she agreedto have been intercepting them before -
Check it out show up for her court appear- they got to the professor.So .
major Anthony Rasmus, left, buys books for his two education courses at the ances. UF police redelivered the,

Campus Shop and Bookstore Monday afternoon.I J Two others also were charged.- see Arrests, page 11

Phillip. Whiddon. ., 36, ,the man-; ,
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needed for Special Olympics State in troubleshooting complex problems and coordinating -
Games May 18 to 20. Assist with welcome dance, requests from case managers working with the
games day lunch and other areas. North Central Florida AIDS Network.Van .
Volunteer needed to help assist Stop! Children's drivers needed to work with residents of a COUNSELING CENTER SUMMER 1990

Cancer events Saturday, June 2. Participate in Fan- community based treatment program.Volunteers will

tasy Car Event. 200 volunteers needed to work two- assist clients with their reading and math skills. Open to full time UP students, spouses during Summer

hour shifts. Help is needed with bartending, drawingof Daytime or evening hours available. terms. Interview required to participate.; Call 392-1575
and in Drivers needed to assist Meals-on-Wheels or
names, signing people. program
to the Counseling Center 311 Little Hall for
July 4th volunteers needed to help serve refresh especially summer substitutes to deliver a come more

ments, assist with hay wagon rides, sack races, egg noon-time meal to elderly shut-ins. Volunteers spenda information.
toss and other events from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. few minutes visiting with the seniors and travel in
Coaches needed for Tee Ball league teams made pairs to share driving Monday through Friday from Family Issues IDA

up of boys and girls, ages 5 to 7. Practice starts in first 11 a.ra to 1 p.m. For more information write or call Will focus on how family of origin problems affect current
week of June and games end the first week of August. The Volunteer Center P. 0. Box 14561, Gainesville, relationships and feelings about self. Summer n ony) .
Bureaucratic Buddy Coordinator needed to assist Fl...32604 378-2552

Bulimia Monday. S:00.430; p.M.
. WHAT'S HAPPENINGLa Treatment for women obsessed with thinness and

struggling with binge/purge eating behaviors. Summer:
bonne vie: Les Bon Vivants will ing E Auditorium. The event is opento which will meet today at 6:45: p.m. at A,Band. C.Substance .
hold an organizational meeting for the public. Call Rebecca Slick at the Hillel Foundation student's
summer Wednesday afternoon at 5 3351708. lounge at 16 N.W. 18th St. Call 392-
in Reitz Union Room 357. Games and Carnival: The Pre-professional 2900. Abuse Wednesdays. 300.430 vie,
food will be included. Call 376-2611. Service Organization will hold a car Support group: Student Mental Will help students who have questions about their use of
Play ball:The Recreational Sports nival and drawing inside the Oaks Health is forming a confidential support alcohol or other substances explore their their
Department is scheduling volleyballand Mall June 2 and 3 to benefit the group for students who are HIV relationships to these substances. Summer A.Band, C.
softball for men's women's and Children's Miracle Network. Call positive. The group will begin May
co-rec teams until May 21. Sign up in the PSO office at 3921510. 22 and run through Summer C.
Florida Gym Room 214 or call 392- Sail away: The UF Sail Team and Those interested should contact Stressbusters Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30-5:00 P.M.
0581. the Sail Club will hold their first sum Linda Lewis at 392-1171 for a screen Learn effective techniques and approaches for managing
Volley: The Recreational Sports mer meeting tonight at 8 at Robert's ing interview. stress and anxiety. Will meet twice a week during
Department Tennis Singles Tourney house. Call 3731566. Let' dance: Israeli Folk Dancing Summer A only.
begins May 21. Sign up deadline is Walk this way: Gainesville Rightto Instruction and request dancing in
May 16 in Florida Gym Room 214. Life will hold its annual Mother's old standards and new hits will be
Personal Growth
Call 392-0581. Walk and Rally to honor mothersand Thursday night at 8:30: at the Hillel TBA
Pasta: The B'nai B'rith Founda- celebrate life on Sunday, May Center at 16 N.W. 18th St. Allows individuals to explore issues related to the
tion will hold an all-you-can-eat 20. Participants in the walk will as- Meeting: The Pre-professional development of a strong, healthy sense of self. Summer C
spaghetti dinner tonight at 5:45.: The semble at the Gainesville Mall rear Service Organization is having a only.
cost is $2.75 for members and $3.25 parking lot at 2 p.m. The rally at the mandatory general meeting for all
for non-members. Call 3722900. Downtown Plaza is scheduled for members on May 23 at 7:30: p.m. in
Issues: The American Opportunities 3:45: p.m. Call Lois Anne O'Malley at Room C1.11. Call 3921510.
Workshop, a community issues 3787824.For Reservations: Erev Shabbat ser
conference involving students, a good time: All undergraduate vices will be Friday night at 7 at the
community leaders and Gainesville and graduate students are Hillel Center. Dinner will beats and
residents, will be held May 19 at welcome to plan parties, trips, etc. reservations are due by 1 p.m. ,
Sante Fe Community College Build- on the Summer Program Council Friday. 00 MOM USED Tb 4AY
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I UF to receive funds to improve night lighting ; 1

I By DEBBIE CENZIPER UF police officials and student groups suchas around 1978, he said. the nine state universities.He .
: Alligator Writer the Panhellenic Council and the Student Money for the project won't become available said no one objected to the lights ?,
i Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol will conduct a until the middle of fall, Poppell said. because the project benefits everyone-administrators
; State legislators will give UF$200,000 this final lighting survey around campus to de- Browne's lighting plan shows studentscare Student Government and stu-
year to add more lights on populated campus cide which areas need more lights. enough and are willing to spend part of dents. Increased security is a common goal
,, nighttime routes a safety improvement Browne said he hopes installation of the their tuition to light campus, Poppell said. he added."It .
Student ,Body President Michael Browne lights will begin by the end of summer For each credit hour students take, they pay was a win-win situation," Browne said.
stressed as one of the most important goals although the entire project will take longer $2.44 into the Capital Improvements Trust "Who's going to talk against campus secu-
for his term. than his term as president, which ends in Fund, which pays for projects such as the rity?"
The plan Browne calls "Veins of Safety"will February.'his O'Connell Center and the new student recreation
add lights to areas such as the libraries, is not a one-time shot,"Browne said.This building. To get the project on UF's CITF request,
the Infirmary and the Plaza of the Americas.It is the start of a commitment, and Browne said his biggest obstacle was Browne and UF officials decided to cut the
also will connect dark streets to already hopefully we will set a precedent. for improved amending the list of CITE funded projects Infirmary's request from about $2.7 millionto
well-lighted areas. Browne said he wants to lighting." legislators already had in their hands. $2.5 million.
redirect student nighttime traffic along the Although major surveys are'done every Browne, applying his campaign promisesof Alsobrook said the lighting project, as
lighted path to promote safe walking. year to determine campus lighting needs, "Safety First" and "Let no one walk in compared to other major projects on the
Legislators in both the Senate and the Interim Administrative Affairs AssociateVice fear," worked with UF President John CFTF, list,can be worked on quickly becauseit
House have approved the money and President Ed Poppell said UF has run Lombardi! and UF lobbyist Al Alsobrook to doesn't require excessive planning.
Browne said he just has to wait unuT the out of extra money to spend on more lights. push his amendment through the Board of Browne worked carefully and quickly to get
budget is passed by June 1. Browne said he, UF last added major lighting on campus Regents a 13-member panel that governs the project passed, he added.

Universities may restrict transfers :i:1

Community college graduates may face tougher standards 1

would have to be enlarged extremely 25 students in the classroom,there
to handle the growing Influx will be 40."
Alligator Writer of students said. State
Students who don't transfer from
Florida's nine state univerSitiesmay University System Chancellor community colleges already have
have more students than they Charles Reed. enough restrictions, said Charles
can afford next year- a prospectthat The system needs about$1.7 million Edwards,chairman of the Board of
may force them to no longer' to avoid a money crunch. If it Regents, the system's governing
automatically accept community foils short of that goal,the only way body. For example, he said, UFs
college graduates, state education to alleviate the predicted crowding average incoming freshman in Fall
leaders say.Without problem Is to slow the flow of new 1989 had a 3.52 grade point average

d p' more money from the students, Reed said. and a 1156 Scholastic Aptitude Test
Legislature this year the universities "If a fine line that' has to be score.
would be unable to hire addi- balanced between quality and access see Transfer, page 13 -
tional professors, meaning classes ,"Reed said."Instead of having

j I Browne to lead lobbying groupBy II

DEBBIE CENZIPER lobby group.
Alligator Writer As FSA chairman Browne said he will lobby for It I
long-term student concerns on the state and national
UF Student Body President Michael Browne will level. He said he will continue lobbying for FSA's
not only represent UFs 34,000 students I proposed tuition increase 8 percent for
during his term, but will now representthe in-state students and 18 percent for out- .
1 160,000 students who attend Florida's ofctate students.
nine public universities. r Browne said he thinks the increasesare
1I Browne was elected Saturday in necessary to enhance student life,but
I Tallahassee as chairman of the Florida he also feels financial aid should be in-
Student Association the state's largest creased. Providing more full-time aca
student lobbying group. He beat four demic advisers is also on the top of his
hr other nominated student body presIdents A priority list.Browne .
E.ANN STOODARD ALLIGATOR including Florida State's Trey plans to increase FSA's visibil-
Pool I days Traviesa. FSU held the position last se- ity both locally and nationally by sponsor-

Left to right: Ernest Cobb, 11, Classit McCrany, 11, and mester. t. Ing mail drives and press conferencesthat
Browne's.new. role will allow him to Irowna explain the group's position on is-
Donald Jackson 10 afternoon -
spend Monday jumpingInto serve as FSA's spokesman to the Boardof sues.
Broward pool)and enjoying the warm weather Regents, the 13-member panel that governs the FSA Executive Director Barbara Foley said Brownewon
state universities. the election after a majority vote. The election
UF has not held the position since 1986 when went three rounds, because five of the eight people I
former Student Body President Pam Bingham led the voting also were running for Ute spot '



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protest American presenceMANILA f

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Philippines (UPI) -Police fired tear gas Green, 22,and John H. Raven, 21,but no arrests were
and clashed with scores of anti-American protesters made. They were shot as they were about to board a Training !
Monday at the start of exploratory talks that will decide motorized tricycle in front of a hotel in Angeles .
the future of U.S. military facilities in the Philippines.At adjoining Clark. 3929575Center
least 55 people,including:25 police officers,were U.S. special negotiator Richard Armitage for Exercise Science '
injured and about 94 demonstrators were arrested in denounced the killings in his opening remarks at the _. ......... _. -- _.
the violence, authorities said. base talks. This''brutal and clumsy attack to drive a ,- -
Screaming "Yankee go home!" several groups of wedge between the United States and the Philippineswill
protesters burned a U.S. flag and pelted police with fail," Armitage said. Village Park
small homemade bombs outside the heavily guarded The latest killings came nine days after Marine
Central Bank,where the talks were being held. Police Gunnery SgL John Fredette was shot dead and raisedto
fired tear gas at several hundred protesters who tried 11 the number of Americans killed in insurgency ( 0p
three times to stage demonstrations.The related incidents in the past three years.; \: :
communist-led rebel group, the New Peoples Armitage'said the United States planned to French Quarter
Army, issued a statement Monday urging Americansto negotiate an extension of the lease covering six
"go home or suffer the agony of attrition." facilities,including the sprawling Clark base and Subic NOW LEASING FOR FALL
The New Peoples Army, suspected in the killings Bay Naval complex. The basing rights expire in September
of two American servicemen outside the U.S. Clark 1991. 2 Bedrooms starting at $3S Air Base on the eve of discussions on the future of But the negotiator added, "If you ask us to leave,
U.S. military facilities in the Philippines, did not men- leave we shall, as expeditiously as possible and with Townhouses or flats Furn Unfurn
tion the slayings.In our pride fully intact. pools 3 laundries Ceiling fans
Washington,White House press secretary Marlin The New York Times reported Monday that the
Hall leases
Hall Rec 2 availA
Fitzwater said if the United States is not wanted in the United States may have to give up at least one of the Study sem
Philippines, "we will leave" but "won't be forced out two bases during the next decade because of rising Student Community minutes from campus & shopping
by terrorism." nationalist sentiment Citing interviews with U.S. and
999-1001SW16 Ave
Police raided suspected rebel hideouts in the city Philippine officials, the Times said the emerging con- 378-3771
of Angeles and rounded up more than 200 people for sensus among leaders in the Asian country seemedto 9-4:30: Weekdays
questioning in Sunday's killings of Airmen James C. be running against keeping all the bases.

. Vandals attack second Jewish cemeteryPARIS I ACUVUE Is

(UPI) -Vandals struck at a second Jewish All shops were closed and traffic stopped for 15 NE'1l *
cemetery in France by painting red swastikas on minutes in the southern French city, the site of one
tombs in a Paris suburb, authorities said Monday, of the country's oldest Jewish communities,as a showof DISPOSABLE CONTACTS
hours before a planned demonstration in the capitalto solidarity and respect for the dead whose tombs
protest an earlier incident. were vandalized last week.
The latest vandalism occurred in the Jewish sectionof Jean-Marie Lustiger, the Catholic Archbishop of 3.25/
a cemetery in the eastern Parisian suburb of Clichy- Paris and a Jew by birth, described the vandalism as ,
sous-Bois. The area has a high population of Arab "the resurgence of the most aggressive form of
immigrants and made headlines earlier this year when paganism."
$85.00 & Exam
its renegade communist mayor was replaced by his The ceremony in Carpentras began as police Fitting Eye
party for allegedly making racist remarks. released the last of the six suspects they had arrested ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL
Officials said the vandals painted red Nazi swastikason since the destruction at the cemetery was discovered
six tombs during the night between Sunday and Thursday. Millhopper Optical
Monday and disturbed 26 other Jewish graves. Fur- Although authorities have imposed a news blackouton
ther details were not immediately available. the investigation, police sources admit they have
The latest incident appeared designed to coincide few leads in the case and appear increasingly con-
with a demonstration of solidarity with the Jewish vinced the action was carried out by professionalsfrom 2521 N.W. 41st St. 3768000"A
community planned Monday at the downtown Place outside the region.
de La Republique to protest vandalism at France's Police have concentrated their investigation among
oldest Jewish graveyard in the southern town of the neo-Nazi skinheads who live in the region, but
Carpentras last week. their Interrogations failed to put them on the track of I I
More than 10,000 persons participated in an emotional those responsible.The Always Two
ceremony at Carpentras Sunday to honor the only clues found thus far are four sets of
town's dead after tombstones were overturned,coffins footprints at the cemetery and fingerprints on an Dance Floors
unearthed and one recently buried corpse was muti- umbrella used to impale a body, buried just 2 I
lated. weeks earlier.Judge. I UPSTAIRS

Supreme Court to hear hears 2 :Live Wed Simon's: got

flag burning issue again Crew obscenity case the power.

WASHINGTON (UPI.The Supreme Court FORTLAUDERDLE, Fla. (UPIA) federal judgesat Thurs:
returned to the issue of flag burning Monday when expressionless and took careful notes Monday Brainstormwith
the Bush administration told the justices that the law while lawyers played a tape of 2 Live Crew hits suchas "STATE OF Troy.
enacted last year to protect "Old Glory" should be "Me So Horny" to determine whether the songs
upheld because of powerful national interests. are obscene. Fri:
Solicitor General Kenneth Starr has argued Con- U.S. District Judge Jose Gonzales Jr. must decide THE ARTBANGBANG" Simon says,
gress acted carefully when it wrote the law, and the whether the Miami rap group's album, "As Nasty As "everybodydance.
flag Is a symbol that is important to the nation, and They Wanna Be," should ,be banned in Broward "
Congress can protect things that are important to the County because of its sexually explicit lyrics. The : .
nation." case was expected to last for at least two days. Sat:
Lower federal courts, however, have ruled againstthe I The album was determined to be obscene by Take trip
law, setting up the Supreme Court challenge. I Broward County Sheriff Nick Navarro, who bannedits a
William Kunstler suggests that flag burning is sucha sale in the county.The action is being challengedby OPEN to the future
meaningful act that prohibiting the practice wouldbe the group,who says those bringing the legal actiondo with Troy.
seen as a limit on the First Amendment. not understand the lyrics.
"The burning of the flag, by itself, even with no John Jolly, an attorney for the Broward Sheriffs TONIGHT DOWNSTAIRSWed
message;conveys a message,"Kunstler told the nine Office, played the entire album and read transcriptsof
court member justices, during a special one-hour the lyrics before a packed courtroom. : RPM
.argument Defense attorney Bruce Rogow said after court Thurs: RPM
"Respect for the flag must be voluntary," Kunstler recessed: for the day that most of the lyrics on the DOWNTOWN. 6 E UNIV AVE .I8t Fri: Bruce
said."Once people are compelled to respect political album are not meant to be taken seriously. THURS TIL 3 FRI, SAT TIL 4 Sat: FreddyI
symbol, they are no longer free and the respect for "The trouble is you have a bunch of white folks
it is diluted." who don't understand the culture," Rogow said. .


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,MAY 15,1990,ALLIGATOR.5

UF fund-raising WHILE; Yal1/W/ 1ftGo;: n.h:' ."

Alligator Staff Report the beginning of June. According to The from 1974 to work for the Federal Energy
Gainesville Sun, Barnes said she hopes Administration until 1977, when he '
campaign passes Murder evidence questionedJens Boca Raton developer Martin Hackmanwill began a three-year stint as a program I
Peter Hansen, the former UF lower his asking price when she has manager in public policy and regulationfor I
graduate student accused of killing aUF cash in hand.Hackman the National Science Foundation.
$250 million goalBy professor, is waiting for a circuit judge's plans to build a 620-unit() During that time, Kraft also taught
decision about whether a piece of paper apartment complex on_a 45-acre parcelon part-time at both George Washington
found in his car can be used as evidence the Paynes mine State Georgetown universi-
MARGARET BERRY against him.According. Preserve's western edge.
Alligator Writer to the The Gainesville Sun, But opponents of the proj- ties.Racism protesters'
the paper contained lists of items such as ect protested saying it would i
banned from UF
Although the UF Foundation Inc. is now$7 million "rag," "hood" and "rope," as well as apparent damage the environmen-
over the$250 million fund raising goal it set for itselfin directions, including "position tally-sensitive area. men who were ar-
rested last month during a
November 1986,acting Capital Campaign Director hood," "arrange props" and "wipe for The Ad-Hoc Paynes Prai- ,'. ,'1 protest against racism and
Pierre Allaire said officials plan to continue the cam- prints,"indicating Hansen may have been rie Coalition is planning to .I I. U.S. support of the govern-
paign through 1991. planning to abduct 41-year-old Arthur attend today's County Commission ment in El ,Salvador were
The Capital Campaign is a five-year fund-raising' Kiyosha Kimura There was no mentionof meeting which .: : found guilty of resisting ar-
plan that seeks to raise money through private dona- Kimura's name on the list. starts at 1:30: p.m.The group ,. J./i. rest, but were not fined or
tions. The foundation reached its $250 million goalin Hansen's court records were unavailable will picket against the Hunt ... -_ sentenced to community
early April. Monday.But Club Development from 1 to raft service.
The money will be used primarily to renovate the Hansen's defense attorney, Stephen 1:30: p.m.
historic Flint and Anderson halls. Repairs to the two Bernstein, claims the paper cannotbe UF selects business college dean Scott Weinstein, a 32-year-old UF
buildings will cost at least $10 million, Allaire said. used as evidence because it was orig- UF officials chose John Kraft as the alumnus and Paul Fertig, 25, were arrested -
The group also will use the additional money to inally found without a search warrant. He new dean of the College of Business after blocking the entrance to Van
bolster student financial aid, buy new teaching and claims officers discovered the paper during Administration last week. Fleet Hall, which houses UFs ROTC
research equipment and support endowed faculty an inventory search, and then sealedit Kraft, who is serving as dean of the program. The two men, both membersof
positions."By up until they could get a search warrant. College of Business at Arizona State Uni- the Committee in Support of the People
continuing the campaign until December of Hansen's trial is scheduled for June 15. versity, returns to UF July 1. He servedas of Latin America, refused to leave the
1991, we hope to meet the needs unmet by the Group plans to buy Hunt Club associate dean of UFs business col- property after pretending to be shot by
campaign so far," Allaire said. landIn lege from 1981 to 1986. another group of protesters imitating a
The campaign has raised more than $257 million, an effort to protect the controversialHunt Kraft also has served as director of the Central American death squad.
which has been used for scholarships, the new aca- Club property,a group of protesters college's Bureau of Economic and Busi-
demic research building, the UF Health Science began raising money last week to buy the ness Research and the Center for Busi- Weinstein and Fertig were asked not
Center, renovations in Library East and to Floyd Hall land.County ness Policy and Entrepreneurship.Kraft to return to the UF campus, and were
and other things UF officials can't get legislators to Commissioner Kate Barnes is first began at UF as an assistant given six months of unsupervised proba-
pay for. heading the effort to raise$3.5 million by economics professor in 1970. He left UF tion. ;

PITCHERfrom Angela Georgiadis said she won- while Davis' report based on Georgiadis said is being Investi- Davis' report also states that
ders now if her son needed help at hospital records and informationfrom gated. when doctors began looking at
page 1 3p.m. Hamilton gives a reason "They (Shands) originally,told Georgiadis at 5:45: p.m., the liningof
noticed that Georgiadis'heartbeatand Shands officials are not com- why Georgiadis stopped breathing."The me he aspirated his vomit," she the lungs were swelled and the
breathing were irregular and menting about the incident,saying two reports are very different said. sound of air passing through the
began trying to resuscitate him, their Risk Management Office is ,"he said. Regurgitating after surgery is lungs was abnormal, indicating
according to Davis' report After conducting an investigation and Davis' report also gives ,more 'not uncommon, a medical expert something was in there.
doing so, they brought him to in- will meet with Battaglia when the details about what happened to said. Just as a person who drinksa Battaglia said he plans to hire
tensive care and placed him on a investigation is complete. Georgiadis the day he had surgery.It lot of alcohol for the first time his own medical experts to review
life support system,the report said. Battaglia said he is troubled that states that Georgiadis vomited may vomit, so may a person whois the records "to determine with
Georgiadis died two days later. Hamilton's autopsy report will only' while he was being taken from the subjected to many drugs during some reasonable medical certaintythe
say Georgiadis stopped breathing recovery room-a fact that AngelaF surgery. cause of death."

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It was just shoulder surgery

This thought must echo through the mind of Steve

Georgiadis' parents every day. After all, Georgiadis was a
19-year-old UF baseball player, and the type of surgery he
underwent at Shands Hospital March 15 was common
among pitchers surgery to fix a torn rotator cuff in the
throwing arm.

It's routine surgery. No big deal. But seven hours after

the surgery was over, Georgiadis' heart began beating irregularly
and his breathing was labored. Two days later, .

he was dead.It .

was just shoulder surgery.So .
many questions are unanswered about his death.
The autopsy report, written by Alachua County Medical
Examiner William Hamilton, will only say that Georgiadis
died because he stopped breathing. It infers that there is

not enough evidence to say why he stopped breathing.

Yet Joseph Davis, a South Florida medical examiner
who acts as a consultant to Hamilton, believes Georgiadis Mib:
stopped breathing because of something in his lungs that 11\

cut off his oxygen supply.

Why is it that Davis was able to draw a conclusion and
Hamilton was not? Davis didn't even examine the body.As Spend some time in the sun
Hamilton's consultant, he based his report on information &
from Hamilton and Shands. Welcome to summer school.
Then there's the question about.an incident that hap If you're like most of us you're here because every M.D. CumellaUMMERTIME /
student is required to take classes to S
pened about four hours after the surgery. At that time, graduate. Or maybe you just like summer the laid-back atmosphere
Georgiadis' mother, Angela, and a nurse attempted to of Gainesville during the summer. Whatever
wake the student. They even shook him, but he did not the reason, welcome back and thank you for picking
this page, is the official view! of The Alligator. The
wake said. up a copy of The Alligator.
up, Mrs. Georgiadis
editorial is the thing this which reflects
only on page
This is the opinions and it is place to
page your
Davis said Georgiadis was given a drug after surgery to the opinion of the Alligator staff.,Everything else on
air thoughts. If have complaints about some
your you
the affect of the anesthetics. If that's sothen this is the of artist
counteract thing in this paper, write us and let us know. If a city page opinion the author or
why didn't Georgiadis wake up? It would seem there certainly official,UF administrator or professor does something We can't use everything we receive from readers,
was nothing to keep him so sound asleep that shaking wrong, let us know. but well try. There are only"a few reasons we may
him wouldn't wake him up. Likewise, if someone goes out of his or her way to not use a letter or column.If .
Mrs. Georgiadis also said that after surgery was com help you, let us know that, too. a letter is too long, we c n't use it because it is
We don't expect praise for what we do at 'The usually impossible to edit it to a reasonable length.
pleted around 11 a.m., a nurse checked her son's vital Alligator We usually don't receive any praise anyway. We want you to share this space with the other
signs in his room only at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. It would seem We can't promise to print every letter,but we'll try readers.
that three hours is too long to wait to check vital signs on to print the best or worst letters we receive. For legal reasons we dont print unsigned letters.
a person who's body was just opened on an operating Usually we print the letters below this column, but On a rare occasion we will withhold an author's name
sometimes,like today,we have enough to add another
table. for privacy reasons, but we still need names for our
page. Anyone may send us a letter about any subject records. -
Shands Hospital, of course, is not talking. Instead, they or point of view, as you can see from today's letters.
give the same old response that their people are investigating We also accept editorial cartoons and column s from We also don't print letters that are incoherent or
will later with readers.The cartoons these irrelevant If you don't have anything to say or can'tmake
the incident and meet Georgiadis' our you see on two pages
attorney, Anthony Battaglia. The family is thinking of today are from a syndicated cartoonist, but we would letter.your letter understandable, we can't use your
suing Shands for,the type of care their son received.If like to run local artists' work if we can.
The column (that's what you're reading now) is You don't have to be a journalism or English major
Shands is at fault, the public may never know what for more in-depth subjects and can be humorous, to send us a letter -Just Do It
went wrong. In today's age of public relations, it's com serious or.just about anything: M.D. Cumella is the new opinions editor and doesn't
mon for a settlement to be reached out of court and for The editorial, the long column on the left side of know what he's in for.
both parties to agree to keep quiet about the incident
Such an agreement would be devastating devastating EDITOR

for every child, every pregnant mother, every person Don't give neo-' thing better to do with their lives? Being a Jew myself, I know I
who goes to Shands. How can they have peace of mind i Secondly, protesting Hitler's had better things to do on that
going into the operating room when they think _of Steve Nazis attention 101st birthday is exactly what these Sunday-like spending Holocaust
of the
people 'want media attention. Remembrance Day thinking
Georgiadis? Editor: I was never i class clown They thrive on the attention. They ,6 million Jews that were used as
He only had routine shoulder surgery. And now he'sdea4. and I never enjoyed being the center love being antagonized. And they scapegoats, starved, tortured,
of attention. Some people strive on will converse with you all day,'arguing ,raped and murdered in Hitler's
being the "attention getter." In various mute points for the simple human life chess game.,
-- situations this attitude is under fact that they have nothing better Next year left spend some quality
alligator Editor standable. to do. time with the people we love-
Lucy Chabot People need attention con The ratio at the April 21 rally at family and friends. Lef enjoy the
the Alachua County courthouse life opportunity
,we have now-an
stantly and being loud and obnoxious
Editor Opinions
Managing was about 325 protesters to 25 neo- our ancestors in Germany never
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella obtain is it the What only I don't way understand some can Nazi skinheads. had a chance to experience. "
Don't you think that if Yes I would like to the
is how and why so many people, no one give
Letters Letters to Policy the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one by-10 page' ). They should be especially Jews, want to give this showed up to protest their so called neo-Nazis a piece of my mind, but
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include typed name, address and telephone attention to the neo-Nazis.' grand celebration for their Heir wouldn't waste my breath.
number. Names will be withheld' If the, writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call they would have all gone home and Corey A. Serrlns
the editorial paRe editor at 370-4458 First of alt, don't they have any- cried? 3UFI




Israel responsiblefor Bike don't driveEditor any longer?
Remember that archaic term?

Mideast unrestEditor Flawless launch : We all know the parking Remember that hair-brained idea

Tel problem at UP is horrendous. We've that when you infringe upon 'the i
: It was with a sense of a per All ems .,' heard all the stones on excessive rights of others you forfeit the same
wonder that I recently read Alan .a ? ticketing on campus and the lack of rights yourself? Remember that

Schneider's April 18 column con- You A the lens parking. Bicycles are the obvious al- wacky, left-field, half-baked ethical
1 1MI
cerning the Palestinian intifada in cap on_ ternative. principle that one who purposefullytakes
this space. Gainesville is supposed to be a an innocent life, deserves
The upshot of the column model city for bike paths.Yet thereare death? '
seemed to be that we should not main roads within two miles of
condemn the continuing campus,34th street and 8th avenue By the liberal line of reasoning,
egregious and systematic human for example, that don't have bike the ineffective punishments in
rights abuses committed by the paths.To. practice today, for such crimes as

occupying army of Israel in the lessen the pollution and park- drug abuse and'prostitution,
West Bank and Gaza because Ing hassles, the city needs to in- should also be abolished or
Arabs kill Arabs too. crease safety. We need more bike replaced with more lenient

The logic went something like paths for a cleaner, healthier measures.If .

this. The Israeli army kills Pales- Gainesville.The capital punishment, "isn't

tinians. Palestinians kill Pales- ItC p ''IduaaC linngl 1 1 people of the Universitymust working,"as it has been suggested,
tinians. Therefore, Israelis not let their voices be heard at then it should be fixed, not retired.It .
guilty of killing Palestinians.One commission meetings. is foolish to try to make punish-

would expect more from a state solution with guaranteed bor- Middle East, would cease to exist. Once the cyclist is on campus, ment of capital crimes take on the
second-year law student. der security could be accomplished he faces inadequate bike parking. most convenient possible form.
The columnist declined to treat with relative ease. As with all conflicts, there are Maybe the UF parking division Let's worry instead about doing

the simple power dynamics of the For example, if Israel were to two sides to the Israeli/Palestinian could spare a few dollars to Imple- what is just
intifada, and chose to portray the allow the Palestinian self-deter- conflict The Palestinians are also ment more bike racks Turlington Alan C.
Israelis and Palestinians as equals mination on the West Bank end responsible for the conflict through and other popular buildings. How Ebeling
engaged in a turf struggle. In Gaza on the condition that the their terrorist actions which have about covered bike parking? 4EQ

reality, Israel is the occupyingforce areas be de-militarized, the Palestinians killed and injured many Jews and Campus administrators need to
in the Palestinian homeland.By would have ample incentiveto Israelis around the world. wake up and realize that if they

sheer military strength, Is- ensure that the land not be usedto The solution to this problem is made cycling to school more attrac-
rael has sentenced hundreds of launch attacks. not to eliminate aid to Isreal. tive, and bikes less likely to be Outlaw smokingon
thousands to live from generationto stolen: (what ever happened to the
Israel would not hesitate to in- Rather, the solution is to come to
generation in squalid refugee vade.That lesson has been learnedin an understanding of what UF police program to engrave social UF campus .

camps. For more than 23 years, Egypt in 1956, in the territoriesin motivates the parties involved, and security numbers on bicycle
Israel has denied any semblanceof 1967 and Lebanon in 1982. then to work from there. frames and tires), then more students Editor: Why is it that we can have

civil rights to the native popula- Potential solutions like this have ElytM Korman and faculty members would open container laws but not lit
tion. These are the conditions that been plainly articulated by active- 1LW pedal to school. cigarette laws?
have bred the unrest. duty Israeli military officers, Dafna.Kapshud1LW Covered bicycle parking for
Though it is rarely drawn in the lawyers, legislators and other dorms and sororities would en- State Representative David
mainstream press, the situation is Peace, Now members. courage students to have a bike Flagg tried to change the laws, but
instead of a car. Perhaps even the his bill is to be
quite analogous.to the situation in Shrill apologies, such as unfortunately going
South Africa. Schneider's paranoid assertion, city could install bike shelters revised to become much weaker.
Indiscriminately brainwashed Israel guilty of similar to bus stop shelters to encourage This means that, at best, more
Police fire weapons that we are being by
those living close to campus
people will smoke right outside of
into crowds armed only Palestinian propaganda, are reactionary
with stones. Protesters are beaten and counterproductive. rights violationsEditor to ride instead of drive. buildings, causing the nonsmokers -
Let's follow the example of
deten- have little to many to run the gauntlet
and killed in arbitrary police Palestinians access
foreigners who wouldn't think of the smcke.According .
tion. Soldiers pin down teenagers the media, thanks to Israeli
press : In an April 18 article entitled within a mile of
while other soldiers placidly crush'' restrictions, and they certainly "Palestinians Stretch the their driving homes.anywhere t') (Student Body

the bones in hands, arms and legs. enjoy no exalted status in this ''Truth,"Alan Schneider denies that Let our voices be heard that we President) Michael Browne, "No {

The occupied! territories or the country. If their "home videos" Israel violates the human rights of want more bicycle parking on and one is affected by second hand

homelands? Take your pick. (Schneider's term) show nothingbut Arabs, and states that "few off campus, and secured, covered smoke outside." I guess I don't
The state security apparatus poverty violence and burning countries in the world respect bike parking-cost-effective alternatives have to hold my breath anymore
operates a sophisticated system to desire to be free, it is a damnable human riets as highly as Israe!." to driving. when I see a smoker coming. I

quash dissent and imposes less reflection on their occupiers.John Darcl. Slrlannl think 111 also write to the people in
While the list is long, there are
sophisticated press bans. Lowndo some well-documented abuses. 7JM Bhopal to let them know that the
down unjust 7LS toxic fumes didn't affect them since
People beaten by
Arabs in the West Bank and Gaza
occupation and disenfranchisement Strip cannot freely elect their they were,outside.I .
kill their fellows for col-
mayors, have a free press, hold Let I find it hard to believe that
laborating with the oppressors.. Israel is America's citizenship rights, publicly punishmentfit people actually 'think smokers
the seminal
Natal Gaza?No matter,
or demonstrate or exercise free should have rights. Do they really
lies in the occupation.The the crimeEditor
Israeli system, like the South strongest ally in speech rights such as waving a believe that someone (or why nota
Palestinian flag.Furthermore. : The unwavering attemptsof chemical company) has the rightto
share responsibility
African, must the Middle East a select group of vocal liberalsto release toxic fumes into the air?
for the carnage. ; law breakers are
with the
The stock response to this has Editor: We would like to respondto usually beaten while jn} custody, sway wind public direction opinion will never Aside from the health risks,

long been that the Jewish popula- Mark Smith's April 16 article'in often denied their rights of habeas daily to smoking is disgusting and annoy
cease amuse me.I
tion is surrounded by 100 million the Speaking Out column. corpus and often have their homes am referring to the April 23, ing. Also, smokers are some of the
bloodthirsty Arabs, and that survival According to Mr. Smith, Israelis blown up and their families The death penalty is immoral worst litterers-try to find a benchon
justifies almost any measure entirely undeserving of United harassed by the Israeli army. opinion which neatly encapsulatedthe ,campus that is not surroundedby
it. As time wears States aid. In making these butts.I .
taken to ensure typesof in- cigarette
: On a larger scale, an Israeli views of some who oppose capital -
deadlocks are determinations however both
on and similar ; in 1983 found that the others
.quiry government punishment
I realize we cannot completely -
world this
the issue be
broken around sides of the must con-
destinedfor of Israel was greatly I've read,this opinion displayed the outlaw tobacco, but if we're
school of thought seems sidered. responsible for the murder of more brilliant, systematic reasoning of fighting a war on drugs, tobacco'
the historical dung heap. Israel has continuously sup than '1000 Palestinian civilians the conscientious liberal.
is not side.
on our Rep.
live the lie so long ported U.& policies and has voted '
One can residing in refugee ,camps in Problem: The punishmentdoesn't Flagg took a step in the right direc
to tear his own with the United States in the United
it begins
before Lebanon.For stop the crime and is more tion. I hope his efforts will eventually
social fabric Nations when other countries expensive than more lenient alter-
lead to banning tobacco from
those of who for a
The massive Israeli Peace Now us pray natives.
movement,'capable of mobilizinghalf notIsrael is a country surroundedby peaceful solution to,the crisis in Solution: Let's do away with the ,all public places.

a million people to its rallies, more than five hostile nations the Middle East let us also pray punishment Just remember that old commercial

knows' that a peaceful solution is which are much.larger, and have that Mr. Schneider, a second year'' Somewhere, somehow, some -:- We mind very much if

quite possible if only intransigent greater populations than Israel law student will learn to uncover, mental giant got the idea that the. you smoke.
Israeli leaders would consider it., does.Thus,this aid cannot be used the truth before he is awarded his only'virtues of punishment are William S, Nye

With Israel in the undisputed solely for the Palestinian conflict J.D. deterrence and cost effectiveness.Isn't 4BA
position as preeminent regional Without\ aid from the, US., Israel Joseph Smaha anyone interested in justice .
military'power, reaching a two- ,America's strongest ally In the SIS

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UNIVHftProduced [ I IL John Kraft Is Appointed Dean Of UF

College Of Business AdministrationJohn

Kraft has been named dean of UF's his bachelor's degree in mathematics fromSt.

College of Business Administration, wherehe [ Bonaventure and his master's degree
served as associate dean until 1986. JOHN ; and doctorate in economics from the
by UF Information and Publications Services. 355 Kraft, currently dean of the College of University of Pittsburgh.From .
Tigert Hall and paid lot at usual advertising rates to com 4
tnunicate official notices and important information to Business at Arizona State University, will 1974 until 1977; Kraft worked for

students faculty and staff Call 392 0186 for information.DropAdd assume his new position at UF July 1. Comes To UF the Federal Energy Administration, and

"John is ideally suited for the positionof From [ ;I ... ',. from 1977 until 1980, served as a program

dean, not only due to his vast knowl- Arizona ..:.. manager in public policy and regulationfor
edge and experience, but also because of( State ....1' the National Science foundation. During
his familiarity with UF," said interim Provost University that he also taught
Gene Hemp. "We look forward to his .! ) at both George Washington University
return to campus." and Georgetown University.
Period With Florida destined to play a major Kraft returned to UF in 1980 as directorof
role in the nation's economic development l the college's Bureau of Economic and

Ends Fees during the 1990s and beyond, UF must resource," he said. "We're first in the Business Research. The following year he
Today; continue to expand its training and sup- South, but we're also one of the best in was named associate dean of the college,

port of business in accomplishing that the nation. We must continue to strive to a position! he held until 1986 when he left

Due WednesdayLate goal, Kraft said. live up to that responsibility" to become dean of the college at Arizona

"We cannot lose sight of the fact that Kraft came to UF as an assistant professor State. In addition to serving as professorof

registration for Summer A and C UF's College ,of Business is a national of economics in 1970 after earning real estate, Kraft also directed the UF

terms, which began Monday, will con- Center for Business Policy and Entrepreneurship -
tinue today in Florida Gym from 8 a.m. beginning in 1985.
to 4 p.m. Students registering late are Division Of Human Resources Offers Kraft replaces Alan Merten who left UF

charged a $25 late registration fee, in ac- in July 1989 to become dean of Cornell
cordance with Board of University's Johnson Graduate School of
tions. Late registration must be completed Seminars For Supervisors, Employees Business. Jack Kramer has served as interim -

by 4 today. Students with questions dean of UF's business college since
The Division of Human Resources is sessions this summer
about late registration should call theRegistrar's offering employee training last August.
in a variety of subjects. Each training session will be in 451 Stadium West and is
Office at 392-1375 and ask for
limited to 20 participants. Those interested in attending a session must call Tommie
registration information extension.
Jones, 392-4626, to reserve a seat. Employees must have approval from their immediate 81 UF Students

DROP/ADD/ supervisors to partici ate. Sessions are as follows: ,
THE LEADERSHIP EDGE-9 a.m. to 4 p.m., May 29. For new and experienced super-
The period for students to drop or add
visors. Includes advanced such Into
courses or change course sections, which personnel management topics as supervisory styles,
began Monday will continue today from delegation, productivity discipline and team building.
8 a.m. to 4 p.m., which is the deadline for HOW TO SUCCEED AS A SUPERVISOR-IQ a.m. to 3 p.m., May 15 or June 19. For Phi Beta KappaPhi I

students to submit forms. Students should employees with no previous supervisory experience. Explores fundamentals of supervision -

refer to the spring schedule of courses for and focuses on organization skills, leadership styles, supervisory communications Beta Kappa, America's oldest and

information on drop/add/ procedures.FEE decision-making and discipline. most prestigious honor society inducted
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Board of Regents regulations. Fee
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concern about environmental prob- Last year, an environ-

lems. He said he also liked the mental education program was
structure of the interdisciplinarymajor implemented in four areas, includ-
ing the Florida Department of Ed-
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The Board of Directors of design their own programs. ucation.

Communications Inc. Wildlife ecology student Becky
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publisher of ogy degree, but said she became matters, said Professor Bill
involved in wildlife when
ecology Seaman Jr. Presently, students in
s'le recognized that "animals, are
public schools are being targeted,
the independent florida part of a system, and the system' is but eventually students in state uni-
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alone."" versities and community collegeswill
be included in the program,
alligator The College of Agriculture also said Seaman, who served on the
has experienced a noticeable shiftin Florida Council of Environmental

priorities among incoming agri- Education from 1986 to 1989.
culture students,Noxel said.Three

years ago, students were drawn to "At the University of Florida, a
agricultural majors for their diver lot of (environmental) material is
announces the opening for sity and opportunity, she said. already being taught," said Sea-

the position ofEditor Today,students also are concernedwith man. He said the program's goal
preserving and protecting re- will be to help the environmental

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ates were admitted. from one of the state's 28 something the Regents want to do,
college transfers, Edwards said most of UPs colleges
Edwards Edwards said."I .
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to graduate from a community college restrictions on the community col- said.Such hope the day comes when we standards, some as high as a 3.0
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SUBLEASE! F for mast bd/ba In wanted for summer, May 6- Aug
1 FURNISHEDROCKWOOD Casablanca East condo for fall. 4 HOUSE/APT. UF. $140/
ready 2 4 bd/3ba apt. Share w/ 3 fun roomies for 15. 1 mll.lrom mo obo and
bdr, 2 1/2 ba, w/d/ a/c, porch, dw. Call Summer B, C. Only $150. 1/4 ut. 335- 1 1/2 Utll. 378-7596. 5-22-3-5 .
VILLASI I beautiful 3bd/3ba Mark at 377-1831 and leave message If Sublet master Bdrm for summer. Male or 5954. 5-29-5-4
lurn condo for n/i'i In fall & spring, call necessary. 5.29,5-2 Female. Mount Vernon. 175// mo. + 1/2/ Rmmt Summer B, F N/S, no pets, Oxford'
1-363-0047 (Jax), I will return your call. utilities. Close to campus. Call Scott Awesome deal sublet 1bd I iba apt spacious Manor, furn., private bdr/ ba, util./ Incl.,
524.41 TOWER OAKS CONDOI 2 bdr/2 ba, 336-9557. Iv. map: 5-24-4-4 rooms, 4 blk to campus for $1501 ? $350 for 6 wks. Call LeAnne 813-531-
wa/dry, screened porch w/yard, ceiling to Aug 15. Good area: 1621 NW 3rd PI. 8199. 6-14-10-5
Bdr/ kitliving rm privlledge, most util pd. fans, auto-ice maker..$385/mo. 332- WalK to school! Summer sublet 1/2 block Worth 225/mo. Jerry 3352988. 5-22-3-4
summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. 7410lv mess 5.29.5-2 from campus. 2 bdrs in 3 bdr house. F Rmmt in Wlndmtadows 3 bdr/ba/ own
1740 NW 3rd PI. To applyl/ info 372-22B4/ Price la very reasonable.. Call 3711554. roomown bath for $150 a mnth for June
3714243. 8-20-25-1 Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance 5 ROOMMATES & Julymove in now for free (May) Call
to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher Sublet 1 month to month. 2 large bedrooms 1-813-796-6528 I 5-29-5-5
Need N/S F to sublet for summer A or B. ,cent. air. Office: 411 I NW 15th St 2 bath OAKS apt. May rent free. 1 BDR avail. late Apr. or May 1. Large
2bd/2ba apt In Oakbrook. CompletelyFurn. 371-7777 52952. Call Brenda 331-8788.. 5-24-4-4 house. Washer/Dryer. Central air & NSF to share own b/b In 3b/2b Luxury
.. $150/mo/ + utll. Call collect 904- heat $200/mo 1 1/3 utll Call 378-4716 house, fur/non-fur, transp avail.
7887732. 5-24-4-1 Villager West:: Quiet I bd on cul-de-sac, Sublease own room A bath In a 3 bdr3/ $150/mth.. 1/3 util. Call evenings at 373-
I story; no noisy neighbors above! 800 ba apt. in Oxford Manor. Partly (urn., *OXFORD MANOR* Summer sublet 4604. 5-24-4-5
Available Now: Across Tlgert. Central NW 18 Ave (Take 9 St. N. from 16 Ave) $200/mo. neg. Avail Immed. thru Aug 15. upstairs bdrm., fully furnished lots of
Heat/Air. PH*: 371-3608. 1236S.W. 4th 371.7777. 5-29-5-2 335-1677. 5-29-5-4 toys, will wh.eland deal. 3351877.. 5-
Ave. 5172.1 17-2-5 HUNDREDS
Huge 2 bd, 2 bth & 1 bd's. Bet Air 636 NW Sublet available May-Aug 15, Oak Forest of roommates at your fingertips. We can
26 Ave. Spacious grounds, magnificentoaks. opts, Own Bedroom, Furnished, Oxford Manor, great location, full/furn. F help you find that Ideal roommate FAST
FOR RENT: 3717777. 5-29-5-2 l25/mo + 1/4 util, negCALL 0- rmmt needed Fall 90. Must be stud.,neat, Gator Rental FlndersOUF Plaza336-
904-862-1681.**5-24.4-4 reap, nonsmoker. 2 bdr, 247mo. Call DJ 9349. 5-17-2-5
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth, just 3 bike N of UF, 377-1792. 5.17-2-5
very, very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College I
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280, Park Properties. 3717777. 5-29-5-2
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec.
Plus LMR Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. APTS AVAILABLE NOW .
Santa Fe Trace Apts 3781190. 8-20-25-
2 1 BR efficiency, bike to campus off SW 34
St., patio, air
Oak Glade Apts Near UF a VA, quiet $240
washer/dryer available in most units for "That'sStrange
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B.2B, 1 & 2 Bath 2 Br country setting, off 34 St./ZO Ave, : -
$250-$350, sec S Imr 372-6422. 8-20- great for pets, quiet, wooded ,
25-2 $275

SPACIOUSONE 3 BR/2BA luxury condo, split plan, spotless -
BEDROOM APT. pool, washer-dryer
ONLY $263MO.LYONS $675
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 1 BR near 34 St. Plaza, carpet, air, barbeque -
82025.2 won't last
$240 ,
Efficiency Apt. 2 BR. Inside utility,quiet area, central air,
Starting at $185 mini's -
Starting at $235 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST $350.
It Fit
378-3988 3 BR/2 BA house, bike to UF, family rm,

8-20.25-2 375-3861 possible 4 BR, porch, $525, garage, pets OK

All Amenities Available 2 BR, hardwood floors

FURNISHED Roommates UNFURNISHED Available $300 Last Year"If '

We're No. I Call for more rentals now to Aug. i
3230 SW Archer Road 372-3060
373-4500 GREAT LOCATION! Cozy 1 BR apt. 4 I"I I
2001 SW 16th Street blocks from campus. Cheap utilities, cool
8-20-25-2 atmosphere. 3714245. Leave message. .

5-17-2-2 .11',
Studio, 1bd, 2bd, and 3bd apts and
houses avail now and for tall. Walk to UFI Lg 2 bdr/1/ ba apt, ac, laundry ceiling fan,
Beat the rushl! College Park Propertied $325/mo, wnew carpet $340, avail. now
411 NW 15th 3717777. 5-29-5-2 ft Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 375-7986.
OJ 5-24-4-2

In The Pines
Spacious 1,2 & 3 Bedroom FREE
Apartment & Townhouse
Convenient to UF/Shands Rental Finding Service. All Info
2 pools, tennis crt, weight room, floorplans videos and more, FAST. We
sauna, 2 laundry rooms. can help you find that perfect place to live. .
Ask about 3 bdr specials $400 off Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 338-
Ask about Summer Specials 9349. 5-17-2-2

373-3371 Need 1 or 2 resp students 4 real nice 2 .;, .
205 SE 16th Ave. bd/1 ba 162.50 >'<1
apt. only ea + utll's. Plz .1
1/2 mile of Main St.
call 335-2651
anytime or 372-4546 Jv
MF96. Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4 message. 5-22-3-2

...... 8-20-25-2
THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane;
Avail now. 2bd/ The in Mill Run. Quiet See UF from private balcony, newly renovated : you're horrified to wear your bathing suit, .
spacious, clean. Take over lease, 1 bdrm'.. 207 NW 17th St. 371-7777 -
$370/mo. 338-1908. Lv msg. If before' 5 5-29-5-2 give us a call. Memberships begin ;'
pm. 53"2Avallabl.S"
as low as $19.95: month.
,, house/ duplex 4 bdr 2 bth,' I'VE HAD IT WITH ALL YOUR LOUD per
1 1/2 miles south ol UF, trees, fireplace, MUSIC) No Initiation Fees. No Down Payments.
'.. central heataif. $650/mo. Call 376- Is your roommate driving you crazy? Is
6183. leave m..... 5-29-5-2 his music driving you crazy? Find a replacement

Mobile Home. Single bedroom, private, In the classifieds. Call Today For APree Visit

large lot, a/c, washer & dryer shaded, MOBILE HOMES: .
qui.tld.allor a couple. 377-9615. 5-29-

GRAD STUDENTS: Four Bdroom House 1972 1 bdr/ 1 ba mobile home for sale.' Men & Women Westgate Regency 3774955.Women!) Only Thornebrook Village 374. 634
Two Blcks From JJmv. $750 Call
Located in Hawthorne, on Green Pond.
Kevin 9-5: 3765242. After: 377-3852. $1100 obo- call 378-6950 ANYTIME. I 5-
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Responsible n/s fern needed for own br Aba M/F own room In 4 BR house 2 blocks to Handcrafted, wooden blrdleeders. Different ConditionerOne Is It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44
In new 3 bdr/ 2 b mobile home, security campus $165/mo + 1/5 utlls. Carport sizes available. $5 to $15 each. Free large one small reasonable 377-9615 through the U.S. Government? Get the
seed with the first sold. Call J.R
Avail fall, rent 336-0297 Iv two
tyi quiet area. neg. wood floor fireplace. message. facts today! Call 1.708.742.1142 Ext.
355240. 619115OAKBROOKt$350mo 5.17.2-5 between 1 pm and 10 pm 375.11135.5.17. 688. 5-22-1-9
2-6 7 REAL ESTATEDuplex

.. F, n/e/ own N/S F for own room In NW area, 2bdr/2ba, I
oom, pool, w/d. Summer A/or fill I new unit. Quiet safe seml-furn. fireplace CAMERA SALE! far sale- bed 1 1/2 bath. Phoenix 10 WANTEDLocal
prang deposit, security, furn. Lynn pool central heat/ac no pets. 3766836. Get exposed to our HOT deals close to campus full kitchens, call
Best J&L 371-GEMS. 5-29-5-6
371-470S. 52955OAKBROOK" 5-17-2-5 Larry or Nina 371-8141 or 1.800.654. Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
4544. 6X21.77OCEAN Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine
t175/mo f, nfl. share ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 F N/S rmmts, own New papasan chairs papasan cushions, Jewelry 373-9243. 6-20-25-10
room, turn, summer &/or fall ft ipring. bdr/ba 3bdr/3ba twnhse, fully turn,wId. and wicker furniture. Call 3381526. 5- fRONT LOT _
Pool w/d. security, deposit.. Lynn 371. $225 neg, 1/3 utll. Denise 3354044. 5- 17-2-6 Crescent Beach, S of St. Augustine. Wanted 3 bdrm house/condo to lease.
4708. 5-28-5-5 24-4-5 Wide, wht sand bch. No DNR permit Professor on leave needs residence
286 IBM compatible with 20 hard'drlv.,
mg needed. Prestigious area, pool private Aug/May 91. 214-613-3370 or write 626
LAKEWOOD VILLAS: Mature F N/S forown 6 FOR SALE 1 mg ram 3 1/2' floppy, vga card & monitor. street! Appraised 155000. Lg disc for Trailwood Ct. Garland TX 75043. 5.24-
3bdr/ 2ba, $247mo $1250 neg. Barry 332-3675 Lv mesg.
bdr no pets fast tale. Owner 904-824-4877. 52447 -
incl.! w/d/ + 1/3 utll. 336-4531 Avail Aug TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 5-24-4-6 New In townl! Check out Alley Katz

1 5-24-4-5 drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film canniiters. Corner. Bowling billiard, full lounge
DesK ft chair $35. black leather chair $25
Rockwood Villas. 2bd/2ba + study close ft video gamee. 373-3833 for dlrectlone. -
Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 .
dresser table wickershell
each 130gla. $25,
Own from Shind 10 mln UF Shands excel cond, 5-22-3-10
room across yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. $30. table lamps 3713991. 5-29-5- to and the Mall _
walk to Turlington or Reitz Union. Micro- Good machine for small type shop. System assumable mortgage $499. 373-1147. 5-
wave ft washer. $1I0f mo. + 1f4. 378- Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film &. font Full and queen size beds, sofa, chairs, 11 SERVICESNW
0551. 5-24-4-5 disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at loveseat wicker wall unit, desk, dresser 8 MOTORCYCLES
373-9926 for more Info. typewriter t.v. stand. Call 3322817. 5- Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
..Need Roomate, 6 blocks free
25-4-6 1980 Honda CB7SOF supersport good near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to lOx 20 from .
campus $134/ mo. + 1/4 util.! fully turn., Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more condition */ 2 helmets. & cover, new chain $20, 10% disc to students 3328917. 8-
room/opt ft, house. Wash/ dry and more. brand are all at our New Locatlonl! Car Fountain XT computer turbo 640K, EGA, & sprockets &. rear tire. $600.371'3991. 20-25-11 I
Call 378-4 37... 5-17-2-5 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- 20 meg HD mouse 1.44 meg S360K 5-29-5-fl _
2070. 6-20-25 drives, lots soft 2400 ext-modem, $1250
For rant/sal New 2 bdr/2 ba fully turn 377-8678. 8-24-4-6 '88 Tomas moped. Great condition. Must BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
condo 1 mi. from UF. Has wash/dry MICRO CENTERComputers 378-1146 sell. $280. Please cal -371-8240. Ask for
micro, pool security, linens. Call 372. Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgat Airconditloner for sale) 24.000 btu 220V. Lenore Or 'leave a message. 5-24-4-8
3842 & Iv mlg. 5-29-5-5 H P. Price same or lower than mall. Frledrlck 5 yrs old. New compressor ft 1233 NW 10th Av.
order. Systems below Include 1 Mb. 40mb blower. Very coldl $250 obo. Steve 336- 372.1664
Room for Rent summer: 3bd/ 2ba house ((26ms), graphics monitor ... 9863. 5-24-4-6 MC/VISA/lnsurance
with w/d./ a/c $200/mo + dep. 3355000.F MC 28612$1195, Packard Bell $1295. Free Pregnancy Test
MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 Grey pit group couch 250. Coffee tab! Is It True. You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 Member
N/S serious student to share house $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd ft. battery. $50. JVC car stereo $100. CD player through the U.S. Government? Get Ihelact'tod.yl National Abortion Federation
private bdr, 2 blks from UF, cantral ac, I Call 1.708-742.1142 Ext. 8'2025.11SEXUALLY
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graph. $100. ALL LIKE NEWII CALL 375-6780. _
$165/mo + utll. 378-5897 or 3781292. ics monitor $970. 1 & 3 year warranties. 688. 5-15-1-9
Onaite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer MUST SELL: twin bed, floor lamp, business TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
Iroc 5.7 liters automatic
needed for 198g Chevy
Reliable nt male rm summer. and treatment at
Get confidential testing
$185, HP Later Jet lip $1049.3743 W. desk, chair and 3-pc wall unit. Call
Wash/dry and ac. Own room. $220/mo fully loaded 2600 mi, asking PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881, 520.25.11 -
utilities Included. Call John 335-1283. 5- University Ave. 8-9-25-6 375-6620 leave message. 4-17-2-6 375-1205 373-1147.. 5-31-6-9

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Typing reports business legal HELP! Tutor needed. SFCC child care Summer Jobl! Earn an easy $5- extra money? Work. an Intramural 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications certificate program class summer A. L.D. 10/hr plus bonus with our outdoor market official this summer. $3.80/hr Enjoy.
A letters A notary .etc. Available student. PLEASE CALLI! 378-0588 ing team- 5-9 pm/llex' sched. Mike able work, and Very Flexible Hours. Call terminals & pc's, buy, sell,
24 hours/7 days/372-2777 820-25-12 400hr. 5172.13 338.3121. 6-7-8-13 392-0581 or come by room 214 Florida trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY
Gym. 5-17-2-13 CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 8-20..
MICRO CENTER/ Typing 378.0339. Full Receptionist, go-ler for College Park ATTENTION UF STUDENTS: For information 25-14
i sell service computing. Typing starts @ Apts Mornings & early afternoons' some regarding sitting for the June, '90
SO/pg A Resumes $6 A Sell service weekends. 411 NW 15 SI. 371-7777 5- Fl. Dental Board Examination at the UF EARN $35 Intro-pkg-speclal $69.95 all portrait b-
esumes $2.50/hr A 15/page Laser
w/color. 2-8x10,4-5x7,8-wallet. Call Creative
Dental School call 335-9058 Iv msg 5-
typeset graphics A spell check theses Stock clerk, part-time variable hrs, exp 31.8.13 This week + $110 this month new donars Designs for appt. Hurry) 372-4815.
A papers A special characters A employ. preferred. apply In person, Robinson'sMarket with this coupon. Study while you donateor 6-12-9-14
ment databases A mailmerge A training. 1220 NE 8th Ave. 5.17-2.13 watch videos. Free Parking. Gainesville
WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC 8.9- CIRCA VAX & IBM PC computer opera Blood Plasma Center Est. 1969
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16.20 hrs/wk./ 2 terms min. Must yew
25.12 Phone Interviewers' speaking tors. .
good 238 Sw 4th Ave.- 378-9431. M-Th 8-7 II not, check out the Typing Services sec
have VAX PC 392-2428 9am-4pm.
voice, days/eves/ $5/hr, PMR or exp.
temporary Frl 8-5 Sat 82. 8.20-25.13 tion lor someone who 1st'
Typing/Word Processing. Quality depend Inc. 338.8760. 5-17-2-13 5-22-3-13
able service. Reasonable rates. Laser
printer 3778175 til 00pm.. 8-20-25-12 ASSEMBLERS NEEDED*...*** '
$339 WEEKLY ******** Assemble THE MOBILE GOLDFISH FIFTY 111TSAN Brett
Word Processing. Typing Bkkping 4 No- products at home. ((904)) 688.5290 ext by SchroederRIGHTEOUSYj'ASAVW
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TYPING- Near Butler Plaza. Fast, accurate Evening hrs. Call Vasu/Raymond EXC'iSE ME, TELL ME WHY AP1G FLOWER

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Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. the following classes: ADV 3000 ADV t) N.ws ,,yNvJ
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following. sisters' on their 2 absolved from any wrongdoing, The Tampa Tribune

; recent accomplishments. ; UF oasketball coach Lon Kruger signed Craig reported Friday.
McCraney, currently seeking a college coachingjob
Brown of Steelton-Highspire High in Central Penn
sylvania to a national letter-of-intent on May 2. ,talked to an NCAA official last week to determinehis
Lanl Becker Julie Schwaderer Brown, a 6-foot-3 guard, averaged 18 points, six status. On Wednesday, the NCAA told him to
: Florida Cicerones Florida Blue Key rebounds and six assists a game as he led Steeltonto refer any possible employers to the NCAA's base in
Associate Chairman a 23-5 record his senior year. Brown was the Most Mission, Kan. !'
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Heidi Bentel t I Key he finished his career eighth on the all-time the conversation went it sounded like a positive
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Ia Brown joins 6-foot-4 guard Carlos McMillan of McCraney has been unable to find a coaching
Rho Chi Chattahoochee and 6-foor-7 swingman Louis Roweof position since reportedly accepting a money order
a Cathy Shaw St. Petersburg, who signed with UF last month. for former UF All-American Vernon Maxwell duringthe

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<1 Rebecca Boatwright :' deal Caulkins inducted Into Hall of Fame

:: Student Senator E; New UF basketball coach Lon Kruger came to Former UF Olympian Tracy Caulkins added an-
Allison Snearly ; terms with UF over the break, signing a five-year other honor to her bulging awards case last week
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: Alicia I Browner Golden E Kruger, who replaced interim UF coach Don ming Hall of Fame.
; Order of Omega Key ; DeVoe after being lured away from his alma mater, Caulkins, a three-time 1984 gold medalist, joins
<1 Vp, Florldance ;' Kansas State, will receive a base salary of $110,000in such swimming legends as Mark Spitz, Johnny
: 1990-91, increasing between $5,000 and $7,000over Weismuller and Buster Crabbe in the Hall. Sixteen
the next four years. others were inducted with Caulkins,including Amer-
Karen Carmona
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Kristin I Gautsch t Order of Omega E?;. earn spot in SEC Tourneyceled *

;' Florlda'Clcerones Saturday's doubleheader. runs in the fifth and three more in
a: Melissa Thomas !:; Alligator By GREGG Staff DOYEL Writer Sunday's contest was changed to the sixth, but ran out of time in
AD Public Relations P a doubleheader.After the seven-inning contest
Terry Hanlsko for Florida Blue Key :' The UF baseball team, fightingfor jumping on Kentucky for Catcher Jim Bell and third baseman -
a Omicron Delta a berth in the Southeastern four first-inning runs in the Joe Russo knocked in three
Kappa Conference Tournament, found itself opener, UF watched as the Wild- runs apiece,and Herbert Perry hit
a Usa Tranquila ; backed to the wall by cats evened the score in the bottom his fourth homer of the year.
Saturday's rainstorm and then by half of the inning. Kentucky After coasting through the first
';\ Francie Honeywell Order of Omega ; Kentucky's run storm in the first added two more in the second and four Innings, UF starter John
.:' Savant E; game of Sunday's doubleheader.Down held on for an 8-6 victory. Pricher ((5-3)) staggered throughthe
; Preview ; to their last chance to The Gators helped themselvesto next inning and a third, givingup
a Director of Public ; earn a spot in the tourney that has an early lead in the nightcap, all nine runs before giving way
.a: Relations for Florida Lauren Travis E; included a UF squad since 1977, exploding for six runs in the sec- to Mike Miller. Making his first
Blue Florida Cicerones the Gators ripped into the Wild- ond for a 7-0 lead. Eric Martinez SEC appearance of the year,
Key ; cats 15-9. slapped a three-run home run in Miller held the Wildcats scorelessfor
; The victory sends the Gators to the second, his team-leading the last two frames.UF's .
Taml Debbie Vandroff E; Birmingham, Ala., site of the 1990 eighth of the season. 28 losses set a school re-
Hopen ; SEC Tournament, which runs. UF didn't give Kentucky a cord, one more than the 1976
Rho Chi Director ofHomecoming ; from Thursday to Sunday. chance to get back in the game, squad that finished 2127. The
=, UF headed into last weekend's scoring four more in the fourth, Gators' 11-12 conference record
Sweetheart Pageant ; series with the Wildcats needingto single runs in the fifth and sixth, marks the first time in 14 year}
Dawn Peters Savant -; take one of the three games and two runs in the seventh. they have finished under .500 in

Communications' scheduled, but heavy rains can- The Wildcats erupted for six SEC play.

,: Director for Preview Shannon.. Walshea I .; I Vols down UF golf team at SEC .

News 5 Weather
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Anchor A By breaker.
Alligator Writer
The teams'866 was six shots better than Alabama's
Tennessee's Mike Emery and Mike Gair birdied third place 872.Individually .
hole of sudden death to defeat UF in thisweekend's
the first
Deborah Wick E;
perS00 Jeff Barlow ((211)) and Toulson ((214"}
Southeastern Conference Men's Golf
Assist. Gen. Chrmn. led the Gators, finishing second and fourth respec-
in Miss.
Tournament Jackson,
Homecoming tively. Barlow, a Jackson native, was playing on his
the 10-team field after
The Gators were leading
home course. UFs Chris DiMarco,the SEC's Playerof
a Peer Counselor A Aer Chris Toulson birdied the 18th hole of the last round,
the Year, finished 22nd and was over par in each
but the Volunteers' Mike Sposa, who won the individual round.
title with a 6-under-par 210, sank a 10-foot putton
'M' er 'M'M er-r 'M'M'M' nr 'M'M' er er erI the last hole to force the playoff. ,"Chris Toulson's play was outstanding,"Alexander
UF coach Buddy Alexander called the loss "a big said. "Our kids played extremely well down the
setback." stretch and I am proud of these guys. But you haveto

Why did the chicken His team, which entered the tournament as the tip your hat to Tennessee. They played well also."
second-ranked team in the country, turned in an UF's Pat Bates and Dudley Hart join DiMarco on
I croSs the road? even-par 288 in the first round to grab the early lead, the first team All-SEC team. DiMarco, an AllAmerican -
To of The Alligator! but stumbled the second day with a 297. last year, is a candidate for National Player of
get a copy -A.k. _.,.lit. That left the Gators and the Vols deadlocked at the Year honors. He won four individual champion

585. Both teams shot a 281 in the final round, which. .ships. .-this. .year.. .,. . . .



baseball Cardinal claws UF for NCAA title

fights back, Overloaded Stanford beats Lady Gators 5-1 for fifth consecutive crownBy

halts skidduring Alligator GUERRY Writer SMITH

The Stanford women's tennis team entered
the NCAA championships with an

breakAs aura of invincibility.
Opponents knew they were facing a team
with five players capable of playing No. 1
(the spring semester wound to a close, singles.;: A sample of Stanford's talent:
s s a it seemed did the Southeastern Confer Its fifth-best player, Lisa Green, is a
ence Tournament hopes of the UF baseball three-time semifinalist in the NCAA singles
team. The Gators ((22-26 overall as of April championship.Its .
28 6-9 in the SEC) had just snapped a No.3 and 4 players,Debbie Grahamand
six-game losing streak that bumped themto Teri Whitlinger, were unbeaten. Gra-
seventh place in the conference. Only ham had not lost a match in her two yearsat
the top six teams qualify for the SEC Tour Stanford.

nament, May 17-20 in Birmingham, Ala. Meridith McGrath, who plays No. 2
The Berlin Wall is one thing, but this is singles, is ranked first in the nation.
UF baseball that was crumbling down in Sandra Birch, its No. 1 player, is the
rather large chunks. After winning 92 defending NCAA champion.

games over the last two years, UF was How do you beat a team with that much
struggling to stay above .500 for the first depth?
time since 1976. You don't

But, as they probably should not say in Playing in front of an overflow crowd
the sports writing biz, what a difference a Sunday at the Varsity Courts, Stanford won
week-and-a-half break from school makes. its fifth consecutive NCAA title and its -MICHAEL HOLAHAN I ALLIGATOR
65th-straight dual match, thrashing UF 5-1. Andrea Farley was the Lady Gators' lone bright spot as she beat defending national

-> Gregg Doyel The Cardinal\ ((29-0)), which won in straightsets champion Sandra Birch on Sunday.to .

The in its victories, stormed through the win 7-5,7-5 in an exciting match. Birch Lady Gators had to win at the other three
tournament field with the loss of only two
Cheap Seat played a patient, error-free baseline game, positions.
individual matches, one more than last Nicole Arendt 5-3 lead in the
forcing Farley to go for winners on almost gained a
The Gators it winning year. every point. The 11th game in the first set first set against McGrath,but the freshman
ragged-tp-riched ,
fe: of their six post-spring but pre-summer UF((32-3)) has been Stanford's final victimin had 11 deuces before Farley finally won it. broke her serve in the next game and went
of the last three
session games, evening their record at two years. That game was brutal," she said. "It just on to win 7-5,6-2,ending Arendt's 25-match
"You Stanford tennis
have to
compare lasted forever,and at times I really wantedto winning streak."I .
27-27 Into weekend
heading a three-game, "
with Notre Dame in football UF coach
series at last-place Kentucky. give up and just go for a shot. But at a let up period," Arendt said. "Had I
Andy Brandi said. "It's that aura of a great certain in that I knew it let have been different.In .
point game, was not up, things may
With UF percentage points ahead of sev
and .
tradition famous
Alabama and Ole many, many players.That's going to be a turning point." the second set, I still thought I had a
enth-place eighth-place
what the rest of the have to
Miss, the makeup of the SEC Tournament contend with." When the championship match began, shot, but she started hitting better passing
at least 50 people were standing in the shots."
hinged on more if-then possibilities than The for UF fresh
the analogy section of the SAT. You know, man Andrea only Farley's spot conquest was of Sandra ticket line waiting to get into the stadium.By About 45 minutes after Arendt lost,
the time they were seated, it was obvi- Heather Willens hit a winning volley to heat
if UF loses the first two games but wins the Birch at No. 1 singles. Farley, seeded thirdin
third against Kentucky, Alabama would the individual championships, fought off ous UF was going to lose at No. 2, 3 and 4 Amy Alcini at No. 6 singles, clinching the
singles. To have hope of winning, the title for Stanford.
need a sweep of Vanderbilt and an early- set points in the 10th games of both sets any
evening sighting of the ground hog to "They just did everything better than we-
qualify for the tournament.Or did," Brandi said. "It's never good to lose.
II Top seeds fall in singles I
is it two UF wins, a Tennessee loss We did a good job of trying our best out

and Phoenix over the Lakers in five? the second round, a 6-4, 6-2 victim of there, and we just came up short."
Leave it to Mother Nature to throw the Texas' Carla Cossa."I During the tournament, nobody would
SEC Tournament Committee a curve ball Alligator Staff Writer think the format has something to admit Stanford was unbeatable, even

in the dirt. Rains washed away Saturday's Seeded players are dropping like flies ,do with (the first-day upsets)," Jones though the Cardinal opponents played as
doubleheader, a rather unexpected sce In the 1990 NCAA Singles Champion- said."It definitely makes the tournamentmore if they were intimidated.After his team fell
nario. Imagine some poor guy in the SEC's ships as the scorching midday heat has interesting." 6-0 to Stanford in the quarter finals,Georgia
home office pulling his hair out in large started to take its toll. There's no doubt that they should coach Jeff Wallace said the Cardinal could
clumps as he throws out the old scripts and Three of the top eight seeds all of give an extra day between the team and lose. UCLA coach Bill Zaima said Floridaat
prepares new ones. whom played in the team championships individuals said Georgia coach Jeff least would force Stanford to play the
And so the entire 1990 season boiled earlier this week made prematureexits Wallace after the Bulldogs'Shannon Mc- doubles matches and might actually win.

down to Sunday's doubleheader, UF need- Monday, including Stanford's Mer- Carthy, the eighth seed, lost in the sec- UF players said the large crowd and pres-
ing just one win against the last place edith McGrath, the No. 1 player in the ond round to Eveline Hamers of Kansas sure on Stanford as the favorite would

Wildcats to move on. The Gators wasted a country. 633661."I've always said they shouldrun ,cause them trouble.
four-run first inning in the opener as Ken- While no fingers were pointed at the the tournament at two different "People have to say that, because if theydon't
tucky won 8-6. grueling format that calls for nine con times of the year" why even go out and play," McGrath

In a rather un-Gatorlike explosion, UF secutive days of action-sometimes two Florida freshman Andrea Farley,who said.The
pounded out a season-high 19 hits in the matches a day-the consensus was thatit advanced to today's round of 16 along Lady Gators almost did not get a
nightcap en route to a 15-9, tourney-clinch- could be improved. with teammate Nicole Arendt, said the chance to get a close look at Stanford'sdominance.

jpg victory. "To get the individuals so close to the combination of weariness and talent ex- .They edged an injurydepletedUCLA
The game served as a microcosm for the team tournament is really tough on ev- plains the early departures. team 5-4 in the semifinals, the third

Gators' entire season as they had to hangon erybody," said McGrath,.who won her Farley, the third seed, wouldn't con consecutive year the two teams played in
lead first-round match but lost ,to ,USC's cede that that rou'nd.UPs .
despite a 12-0, fourth-inning the absence of McGrath en-
for what could have been a proverbial walk Lupita Novelo 6-3,6-3 hours later. That hances her chance at a national No. 3 doubles team,Andrea Farley
in the park. Kentucky rushed nine runs format isn't the greatest way to find the championship."A and Nicole Polasek, defeated Allegra
across the plate over the fifth and sixth true national champion I'll say that. lot of coaches and players were Milholland and Cammie Foley 6-0, 6-3 to

innings\ but ran out of time as the game, "But I'm not putting the blame any looking forward to me playing Meredith, end the four-and-a-half hour battle. The
like all nightcaps of SEC doubleheaders. where. She did what she had to do to but I knew anything could happen,"Far- UCLA duo was subbing for the 35thrankedteam

ended after seven innings. beat me, which wasn't too much today. ley ,said. There's still a lot of,, great of Jessica Emmons and Kimberly Po,
both of whom Milhol-
out with
Eric Martinez, who won the team triple Southern Cal coach Cheryl Jones! players out there.*' are injuries.
land and had only
crown batting .321 with eight homers and tasted the bitter and the sweet Mondayas The Lady Gators freshman added that Foley played together
four times this while the UF
40 RBI, finished the regular season with a she watched Novelo bounce McGrathbut she would decide whether or not to turn 1M( ). season, pairingwas
flourish. The junior left fielder banged a also saw the Lady Trojans' Trisha ,pro after playing in professional tourna
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