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APPLAUSE
VOLUME 83, NUMBER 152 THURSDAY, MAY 17,1990



I WSU president offers to help other unions form I


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By JUDY A. PLUNKETT applications to the group's post office box. Wednesday morning. 'No, I won't give up my job or 'No, I won'tbe

Alligator Staff Writer WSU now has about 10 members, Wright Wright said he has the names and ad- passed up for this promotion.
said. He blames low membership on protesters dresses of more than 40 supporters who Joseph Judge, president of the Alachua
While White Student Union members who come to the group's meetings. have called him after hearing him discuss County chapter of the National Associationfor

spent Wednesday working to sign more stu- "Every meeting has been disrupted," WSU on about 30 radio talk shows nation- the Advancement of Colored People, said

dents to the group's roster, WSU presidentsays Wright said. They have prevented us from wide. his organization won't fight the union as it
he is to start similar unions tries to spread around the .
trying organizing on a major scale. "If someone from the University of Miami country.He

around the country by mailing information Although UF's WSU may be having trou- calls us up, we would help him start it," he said the NAACP will only react if the
.about the to
group supporters.
ble recruiting members, Wright said he said.Wright groups become inflammatory or try to incite
WSU president Mark Wright said eight or wants supporters nationwide to place adver- said his biggest response has been blacks to riot, something he says the UF

nine students picked up applications for his tisements in their local newspapers explaining from New York and New Jersey. union has not done.

organization Wednesday. He said the students the union and asking people who would "People there have seen their rights taken "If they start to overdo it, we will react,"

must give their names and a reason like to start one to write him. He said he away because of groups like the NAACP," Judge said. "For now, they are within their
why they want to join WSU, then mail the made that request in pamphlets he mailed Wright said "They are saying things like rights to form and say what they want."





I. POLICE)' -:,MEMORIAL....,!.. Mandatory cable I


ti. .. may Increase rent

," .:
.. -
40'i' : \\'i;... By DEBBIE CENZIPER olyn Carter agrees residents
..,. shouldn't be forced to pay for
4i ..............,;.- .. Alligator Writer cable. Carter said she couldn't
ka. t\\\ /\i .' "'-- ? ...,... ," Residents of a UF family hous- understand why UP. would make

-- ing complex may be forced to pay students with a low income pay
higher rent in return forcable, TV for a service that is not a neces-
even if they don't own televi-

sions. sity."It's not like health care or in-

Many residents of the Dia surance," Carter said. "I don'twant
mond Village complex say they to pay for something that I'm

.Il v A NY don't want cable,they can't afford not going to use, especially on a
cable, and they shouldn't be tight budget."

forced to have cable. But Housing Director James
About half of the residents in Grimm said more residents already -

the 208-apartment complex already have cable and would ben-

have cable,but they will geta efit more from the decreasedrates

lowered rate if everyone decidesto than residents who are com
add it.The bulk rate will lower plaining about the additional cost.
cable costs about $4 for each
n "She is voicing the opinion of a
y apartment a month. few folks," Grimm said. "I can't
The cable bill which would be
please everybody all of the time.If .
lowered from about $15 to $11,
we have the opportunity for a
would be charged to UF and
lower, cheaper rate, then we're
added to residents' rent, which is "
going to do it.
Y$ f now about $200 a month. Resi-
i Grimm said he has agreed to
dents would pay about $132 extra
conduct a new survey; using ,a
each year in rent for cable televi
surveyor agreed upon by both the
sion.A residents and the divi-
housing
..'\ random survey conducted by
d sion. However, Grimm added he
the housing division concludedthat
85 percent of the residents believes the original survey was
fair. He said he also will considerthe
wanted cable at a bulk rate. But
4 decision of the Diamond Vil-
resident Maria Minno, whodoesn't
lage Commission, open to any
want to be forced to pay
resident before he de-
for cable, said the results were Village ,
cides cable installation.Cox .
on
inaccurate because residentswere
misinformed and swayed to Cable installers were upgrading
make favorable decisions. existing cable and install-

., "They were really only out to ing two outlets in every Village
I get 'yes' answers," Minno said. apartment Wednesday morning,

11._ .... v. '"They wer,careful. When (the even for residents who don't have
cable, UF construction inspector
surveyor) came to me, he didn't'tell
Harry Jennings said.
me my rates would go up.
She said when residents told But Cox Cable would have upgraded

'the surveyor they wanted a bulk the existing service withor

rate on their cable, they were without a bulk-rate contract,
ROSY PAGE-ALLIGATOR forcing other residents to pay for Jennings said.The upgrading will
UF police Officer David Andrews salutes as UF police Major K.G. Owen lowers three flags at the something they might not want. make cable installation more con-

school's main entrance. The flag lowering was part of Police Memorial Day, a nationwide "Is it fair to impose (on) us venient if housing officials ap

recognition of police officers slain in the line of duty. Fourteen officers were killed in Florida last someone else's bad habit?" she prove' bulk rates and mandatorycable
said. TV is not a necessity, it's a he added.If .

yeu51F luxury. Do I have. to pay for themto 'at least 75 percent of the
watch mot.QiamQnd
< i see Cable, page 5
Village resident Cart ,.
1the
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t to'
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2, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY,_MAY 17,1990COLLEGE_ 1 ,


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Q Officials toughen UW smoking policy Q UCLA student runs for governorA

The University of Washington Smoking Policy 21-year-old UCLA student, displeased with the Save 50yoon I II

Review Committee is considering measures that Republican Party's candidate,officially announced his

would restrict smoking on campus. plans to enter the California gubernatorial race. i color processing &: 4x6 prints I II
According to The Daily UW President William Ger- According to the Daily Nexus Jeff Greene said he

berding formed the 16-member committee to make a joined the race because the Republican Party has a Each picture is the best it can be

new smoking policy after Washington legislators lack of qualified conservative candidates and so that I i
passed a law in August 1988 prohibiting smoking in the favored candidate, U.S. Senator Pete Wilson or we reprint it free. now!

state The buildings new campus facilities policy and would vehicles.prohibit smoking in would not not run going unopposed."I'm to be kissing. babies or shaking I r"46 Coo; Prints",! Summer CPI Film Sale I I III

university buildings vehicles and Husky Stadium policemen's hands. That's for Pete Wilson to do," I Save 25%

and would end the sale of tobacco products on cam- Greene said. 50off( whsn yousample Prices buy" !I((35mm or more 24 roll exp.I
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facts: The Association for coming dives and to give out reim- Birdie:The deadline to sign up for I lW.CX--: bmr -.J. ;June. 9.199OJi I
double
Anlikln' nlaratnmu irprtnu primehim
Computing Machines is holding Introduction bursements. Call David 3354313. the Recreational Sports -pootphnlol.--.oopInhooapn.Otto.. photo rin ...antm and.
sessions to the Vax system Yer outta 'ere: The Recreational Department's Golf Tourney is May -

May 17 and 18 at 5 p.m., 6:30: Sports Department is hiring part- 21 In Florida Gym Room 214. The Oaks Mall Ruby Tuesday entrance j
p.m. and 8 p.m., in the Genesys Lab time basketball and soccer officialsfor event will begin May 29 at the :

ground floor of the Computer summer. No experience is necessary University Golf Course. Call 392- '-- lie tie lid l lw -
Science and Engineering Building. and pay starts at $3.80 an hour. 0581.
Free tickets are available on the Sign-up deadline is today in Florida Carnival: The Preprofessional
second floor of CSE. Call 392-1227. Gym Room 214. Call 392-0581.) Service Organization will hold a car-

Canoe canoe: The Florida Crew Dance hall day: The UF Interna- nival and drawing inside the Oaks
Club will hold a general meeting tional Folk Dancers Freedom Fest Mall June 2 and 3 to benefit the
tonight at 9 in Reitz Union Room 361. will be held this Friday night at 8 in Children's Miracle Network. Call 'M
Call 3957034. Norman Hall Gym. The event will 3921510.

Gradually: The Graduate Student celebrate Eastern Europe's Support croup: Student Mental
Council will hold a session of the reawakening and dances will be Health is a forming a confidential 1 tA

Graduate Advocacy Group Friday taught Call 392-0581. support group for students who are
night at 7 in Reitz Union rooms B-74 Love-30 Deadline to sign up for HIV positive. The group will begin
and B-75. Call 373-7972. the Tennis Doubles Tourney is May May 22 and run through Summer C.

Bubbles up: The Gator' Scuba 23 in Florida Gym Room 214. The Interested persons should contact
Club will meet tonight at 6 in the event is May 30 at 5 p.m. at Broward Linda Lewis at 392.1171 for a screen-
Florida Pool Classroom to plan upI Tennis Courts. Call 3920581. ing interview.


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THURSDAY'MAYa7e'1990"A1ltxM! &t3k.


delays rulingin




'nasty' hearingAlligator


Staff Report Len Register didn't return repeated
phone calls Tuesday or Wednesday.He ,qSA.. SN k4 $ k.a k. Mk
The federal'trial between Miami said last month that he would ask
rap group 2 Live Crew and a sheriff a grand jury to determine whether the
ended Tuesday without declaring the group's, albums were obscene.
group's lyrics obscene
-
yet.
Register stayed away from the
The feud erupted two months
ago Crew concert at Central City April 18
when Broward
County Sheriff Nick after he threatened that he would
Navarro threatened to arrest anyone have members arrested if their "
who sold the group's latest album,"As group 1 Eli L IIt lL .
lyrics got nasty. The night of the
Nasty As They Wanna Be," after a
show, Register said he instead would
state court ruling said it bordered' on take the matter to the grand jury.In .
being obscene. LAO
The group challenged Navarro's March, state officials said the 40tt
order in federal court, arguing that state could not decide what consti-
the ban violated its First Amendment tutes obscenity, so the responsibilitywas
right to freedom of speech.At passed to local state attorneyswho '
the end of the two-day hearing, have succeeded in banning at SILILIFE
Judge Jose Gonzalez Jr. said he would least the"Nasty"album in eight coun-
withhold his ruling pending comple- ties.
tion of his written opinion.In United Press International contrib-
Alachua County, State Attorney uted to this report.: 1 k. ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR
Protesters rally against the Hunt Club development In the the, county office'building
breezeway before meeting with the county commission Tuesday.
SG unites
to fight tSurcharge

I Prairie protest loses groundBy

would apply to student costs

Marna Weston, Student MARGARET BERRY Tuesday's commission meeting.She .
By ANTHONY LEDERMAN said too environmental hazards are
Government's executive director of Alligator Writer many
I Alligator WriterIn involved with building on the Prairie.Wheat said
student services and financial aid,
a display of camaraderie,student proposed a resolution\ that calls for About 100 Gainesville residents and environ- five endangered species live on the proposed
senators nave the state legislatorsto mentalists clashed Tuesday with county commis- Hunt Club land, including the, Short-Tailed
agreed to rally find an alternate sioners over the 45-acre housing development Snake, the Pine Snake, the Indigo Snake, the
and fight a pro- Money 'tax. Senators unani- scheduled to be built on the western edge of Gopher Tortoise and the Gopher Frog.
posed t tax in- I collected mously passed the Paynes Prairie. Adam Byrn Tritt of Earth First!,who organizedthe
crease directed at from the tax wouldbe resolution and vowedto Despite picketers and heavy opposition at the protest before the commission meeting, said
students. do whatever it meeting, commissioners again refused to appeal between the smaller drainage area for water on
Many senators used for prisonsand takes to keep the tax acting Circuit Judge Tom Elwell's decision to let the prairie and the large amounts of motor oils
voiced their dis- human from passing. Boca Raton developer Martin Hackman build the and detergents running off the development, the
pleasure about a ser- "We need to com- Hunt Club 620-unit( apartment complex. impact on the Prairie could be disasterous.Dick .
proposed tax in- vices. mit ourselves to say Commissioner Penny Wheat was the only commissioner Flamand, chairman of the county's Rec-
crease by the we're eonna make a to advocate a second appeal. reation and Open Spaces Committee, said his
-
state Legislature that would place a 6 difference," Weston;said. ;"We havean Wheat said the other commissioners are wait committee was unanimously against allowing
percent tax on almost all student obligation to fight it" ing for Elwell's decision in writing before deciding Hackman to build on the Prairie.
I costs,including dormitory rooms and on a second appeal. She added that his There are too few scenic sites left in the
items purchased at campus book- decision should be handed down by' next county to fill the Prairie with,cement," he said.
stores. see Tax, page 4


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4.ALLIGATOR THURSDAY MAY 17,1990,


I ELSEWHERESammy i NE'tJ ACUVUE NFL




II Davis Jr. Jim Henson deadLOS I DISPOSABLE CONTACTS


ANGELES"(UPI) Sammy Davis Jr., a Pen: A-list Hollywood stars celebrating his 60th anniversaryin 3.25Lens
cil-thin powerhouse of talent who overcame racial show business.
discrimination and physical disability to become an Davis, even after receiving the cancer diagnosis,
entertainment legend and Jim Henson, creator of was the New York host for Jerry Lewis' Muscular
& Exam
$85.00 Fitting Eye
television's Muppets, both died Wednesday.Davis Dystrophy Telethon on Labor Day 1989.
64, whose career spanned six decades, died Singer-dancer Lola Falana visited Davis a week ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL,
from throat cancer in his sleep at 5:59: am at his before his death."I .
Hollywood Hills home, where he had been confinedto was told when I went in he might not respondand Millhopper Optical
bed as his condition worsened after his release six not to be upset," Falana said. "But he turned his
weeks ago from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, said head and looked up and gave me the prettiest smile.
Susan That smile I will the rest of life.
family spokeswoman Reynolds. was a gift carry my
Friends said Davis,always a wiry waif of a man,had He lifted every muscle to say 'Hi,friend.' 2521 N.W. 41 st St. 376-8000
wasted away to about 60 pounds in his final days and Henson died unexpectedly at 1:30: am., 21 hours
spent most his time sleeping. after he was admitted as an emergency case, of a
Billed as "Mr. Entertainment," Davis was a small massive bacterial infection. Last year Henson sold the '
boy when he began a vaudeville career that would rights to the Muppet characters to the Walt DisneyCo. .
bring him worldwide stardom. in a deal believed to be worth between$100 million '
The entertainer, who once described himself as a and $150 million. UNIVERSITY CLUBS
"one-eyed Jewish Negro," worked for civil rights and Henson was most recently involved in costume
was the all-time single greatest contributor to the design for another kid phenomonon the movie %
United Negro College Fund. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." \ Food Spirits & Dancing Club ft,
Dean Martin, one of Davis's buddies in the "Rat Henson not only designed but provided the voices ,
Pack," reacted to the death by calling'Davis a great for many of his Muppets, which he introduced to the for the Alternative Lifestyle
entertainer, but "an even greater friend, not only to public in 1969 on Children's Television Workshop'snew fcy
me, but to everyone whose life he touched." show "Sesame Street. '
In an interview just months after he was diagnosedwith Henson's own show,"The Muppet Show",has been
throat cancer in the fall of 1989, Davis expressed televised since 1976. In addition to the Muppets, Open Daily at 5:00: p.m. /
hope that his career was not yet over. Henson was a master animator. \
"I've undergone treatments and my doctor says It'll The bearded puppeteer was born Sept. 24,1936, in Invited
be a couple of months recovery and then I'll be back Greenville, Miss. He took'up puppetry in the early 1 18 or Over Sj
out there screaming and yelling," Davis said in the 1950s on a local NBC station in Washington D.C. |\
Nov. 14, 1989 interview before a dazzling array of He is survived by his widow and five children. Member; of the gay switchboard. U



I Republics may bargain with MoscowRIGA I \ 378-6814 \a


,Latvia,U.S.S.R. (UPI) -The Baltic republicsare Prunskiene has just returned from two weeks of call for more info fc
considering major concessions in which they meetings with Western leaders and said she would try "
would voluntarily join a new Soviet confederation and to develop concrete proposals to convince the Kremlinto '
give up "some aspects of sovereignty" to Moscow, a agree to negotiations on independence.Bisers i
senior Latvian official said Wednesday.The said that Lithuanian President Vytautis iV
possible compromise described by Deputy Landsbergis, who led his republic to its March 11 ,
Prime Minister Ilmars Bisers would appear to satisfyat declaration of independence, had recently told him .
least some of the key demands of Soviet President Lithuania might accept a "treaty of association" with
Mikhail Gorbachev, who has promised his country's the Soviet Union.
15 republics a place in a union of essentially inde- 'The'atmosphere reportedly was calm in all three
pendent states loosely bound,together under a rewrit- Baltic capitals a day after crowds protesting the seces- GROUPS GROUPS'GROUP
ten constitution.All sion drives of the republics attempted to storm the
three Baltic republics Latvia, Estonia and Parliament buildings in Estonia and Latvia.
Lithuania-have passed some form of independence Most of the demonstrators were ethnic Russians COUNSELING CENTER SUMMER 1990
declarations in the past two months despite severe who oppose independence from Moscow:
warnings from Moscow, which annexed the three in Bisers, member of the Soviet Parliament with
1940. close ties to Moscow,told reporters in Riga that Soviet Open to full time UF students, spouses during Summer
The three legislatures met Wednesday with beefedup officials had canceled a round of talks with him and terms. Interview required to participate. Call'392-1575 or
security measures in Riga and the Estonia capitalof other Latvian representatives scheduled to have taken come to the Counseling Center, 311 Little Hall, for more
Tallinn following protests Tuesday by anti-inde- place Tuesday. information.
pendence demonstrators.: The presidents of the three Baltic republics met in
A government official in Vilnius said the Parliamenthad Tallinn during\ the weekend to pledge a united front Family TBA
drafted a conciliatory letter to Gorbachev, but the and plot a joint strategy in their independence fight Issue
contents of the message were not released. They asked Gorbachev for joint negotiations on inde Will focus on how family of origin problems affect current
Earlier this week Lithuanian Prime Minister pendence. relationships and feelings about self .Summer C only.
Kazimiera Prunskiene suggested the republic might The Soviet president responded Monday saying
soften its stand to reach a compromise acceptable to the Latvian and Estonian laws calling for a phased Bulimia Mondays3,00.4.3QP.1L: !
Moscow. withdrawal from the Soviet Union were illegal. Treatment for women obsessed with thinness and

struggling with binge/purge eating behavidrs., Summer
A.B,and fj.Substance -
dent lobby group., the tax, because legislators end
TAXfrom
Browne said hI! ha.A three-step their 60-day session June 1. Abuse Wednesdays. 3:00-4.30 P.M.
page 3 plan to combat the tax.First he will In a surprise announcement at of
Will help students who have questions'about their 'use
write a letter to the state senators 'Tuesday nighf meeting, Larry :
Money collected from the tax and representatives who are work Medvinsky resigned his Activityand alcohol or other substances explore their their
wouldn't be used for state univer Ing to get the final budget ready for. Service Fee Advisory Committee relationships to these substances. Summer AiBr and( C.
cities or education costs, but for the governor. The letter will con seat. ASFAC Is the committeethat
prisons and human services. State demn'the surcharge, and Browne advises Senate on how to Stre buiti r Toe.dav. and Thurrsdavs 3.305DEItL:
education officials estimate the tax said he will attach a copy of the spend ,its $4.3 million budget. Learn effective techniques and approaches managing
would cost each student an extra Student Senate resolution. Medvinsky said he resigned because stress and anxiety. Will meet twice a week during
$200 or more each year. Next, he plans to write a letterto of the work his other SG job Summer A onlv. .

Weston said he hopes that with UF students and all student organizations requires.

the help of Student Body President ,telling them what they Although Browne advocates that Personal Growth : T A
Michael Browne, UF will lead the' can do to'combat the tax. Also, elected officials
serve their full Allows individuals to explore issues related to the
fight against the proposed tax. Weston wrote a petition against the terms, he said he feels Medvinsky self. c
development of a strong healthy' of S tJmmer
tax that senators stu- sense .
are asking
Browne was elected last week as is serving the students hi a greater Aft'...
the bead of the Florida Student dents to sign.Browne capacity In his other position as '
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CABLEfrom for about i four;years and the extra
Leisure classesBy I
page 1 money has been added to rent with- I courses diversify
out complaints.
residents agree to bulk-rate cable Surveys were conducted in all BETH REDFORD first-hand experience as they participate in one-day
when the survey is taken, Grimm family housing units, Grimm said. Alligator Writer adventures and overnight excursions, Muracciole
said it will be installed.If Three complexes have had low pos said.Another
UF will offer students improved and different available this is
residents don't want cable, itive responses to mandatory cable an new course summer a
they should move to another com- only about 50 percent wanted kind of leisure course program this summer. Along cooking workshop which introduces students to
plex, Grimm said. bulk rates so cable wasn't in- with regular courses such as ceramics,sign languageand edible flowers and herbs.
stalled, Grimm said. microwave cooking, "how-to" courses will be Muracciole said students and residents of Gaines-
But Minno, who has lived in the Another complex, Tanglewood offered to introduce students to the great outdoors. ville are vital to the success of the leisure courses.
complex five years, said the cost Village, had a positive response to "We have greatly improved the number of courses '. "I encourage people to give me their thoughts
for her to move herself, husband cable installation and it will be Installed offered so it's hard to estimate the number of people about the courses so that we can continue to improve
and child would outweigh the cost soon, Grimm said. who will enroll," leisure program adviser Anne them," she said.
of cable.Also,a sixto eight-month Cox Cable General Manager Jo- Muracciole said. "This summer we offer 56 classes Although students do not receive credit for the
wait to get into another low-cost seph Brewster said most Gaines- compared to eight last summer and one the summer courses, they can learn new skills or refine existingones.
Grimm complex is Imminent, she added. ville complexes don't use bulk before." .Aerobics,bartending and wine tasting are some
agreed. rates because residents don't wantto In the new courses, professionals will teach wind of the most popular courses.
Grimm argued that most UF dormitories be forced into paying for cable surfing, caving trail cycling/mountain biking back Classes are open to everyone, and registration is
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I OPINIONSGovernment


officials can be so confusing. Sometimes
they will do the right thing. Other times they won't. Casein
point, this week in the state capitol. Two bills, two op-
posite goals. The first tries to ensure people's rights and
the other tries to take them away. Together, they are a
good mix for this summer's first edition of. There. already is a gin waiting \
period in effect.The: time

Darts & laurelsLAUREL spent loading up...


to the members of the Senate Higher Educa-
tion Committee who passed a bill that prohibits the
NCAA or universities from penalizing coaches or athletes
accused of NCAA violations without a hearing. i

Pretty basic stuff. It's the whole "innocent until proven t
guilty" thing this country's legal system was founded on.
But lawmakers say the NCAA often forgets that idea and
imposes its own procedures on its voluntary members.

Perhaps they should focus on individual athletic associa- .' ':.
tions instead of the National Collegiate Athletic Associa- ;AtA'

tion. Pressures, deals and plea bargains often start there ,
and result in resignations which cannot be traced back to
improprieties by a school's athletic association.

Resistance was voiced from UF officials and the state
Board of Regents, which sets policy for Florida's nine 1
public universities. UF Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger
said the bill is unnecessary because it outlines the same
procedures UF's athletic association already follows.

The fear of redundancy certainly doesn't justify oppos-
ing this bill if it would do nothing more than ensure
proper procedures will be followed. If UF and the NCAAare
No harassment dress
really following some sort of due process, then this policy codeI
bill shouldn't bother them.
the is that athletic associations don't applaud Phillip Posner for his responses regard- >> /
Maybe concern ing dress code exclusion from UF's harassment policyin Lydia fleveling
want to make their investigations or pressure tactics the April 20 Alligator, yet I feel he did not coveran S
public. Maybe, then, the concern of lawmakers should be important aspect of rape or sexual harassment.The PEAKING OUTRape

in making athletic associations public entities. They are way a woman dresses is not an invitation for occurred during that time period as well.
part of universities, have superiors in university ad- ,rape. One out of five women will have to contend with As for sexual harassment, what better place for it
ministration buildings and are paid with state money. If sexual assault or rape at some point in their lives to occur than on the job where women dress ap-
athletic association officials are trampling people's rights this means your grandmother,mother,children,nuns, propriately for their respective jobs. The same ideais
because the boosters are mad, then this law may be the accountants, waitresses and students. It happens no applicable here. Dressing appropriately does not
best thing done for college athletics in a long time. matter what age, nationality or style of dress. exclude a large number of women from sexual harass-

DART to the 81 members of the House who supporteda Rape is a matter concerning hatred, aggression, ment.
violence and dominance. To say that women should Posner and others are succinctly correct in their
bill Tuesday that would fine drivers $32 for playing
Dress-code should be excluded
dress "appropriately, means a return to pre-20th objections. policy
their car stereos loud enough to be "plainly audible" 100 century ideals where women were banned from show- from harassment policy.
feet away. What a ridiculous piece of legislation to waste ing"elbows, knees and ankles lest they be deemed Lydia Fleweling is a graduate student in the collegeof
time and money on. Noise ordinances should be drafted provocative. forest resources and conservation.
locally. How else to determine an appropriate noise level i LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
for a community? Certainly, the acceptable noise level in
downtown Miami is different from that in Micanopy.In Manager's letter frontiers, and that I prefer to play Earlier in the same column, he
for that type of crowd. cited the policy as formally defined
speeches trying to sell the bill, lawmakers continually Finally I would like to make it in the catalog, "No examinations,
talked of "we" and "them." "We have a right not to unfair to DJ clear that I stopped working at class quizzes or tests may be given
have one of those machines pull up beside us." "We needto Editor: After reading the letter by MFP in order to travel with friends after this date and prior to the final
let them know they can't continue do these things." David Perras, manager of My during the Christmas break. I examination period."
This "we" and "them" mentality is an age differentiation. Friend's Place,. in the April 27 Al- returned to find Allen Trueba,who No examinations, class quizzesor
"We" are the older citizens who call their ligator, I felt obligated to respondin was hired before I left, working in tests is what the policy forbids
congres- my own defense.I my place. I have, in fact,worked at and that is all that it forbids. Noth-
sional representatives and voice their disgust with "them"young
agree that the Applause articleof MFP as recently as March 20th. ing there about new material which
rebels. "Them" are drivers, mostly younger April 19 was somewhat biased Troy DavisReverence might be brought up in lecture or
citizens, who enjoy their music loud. Representatives are by not referring to a greatervarietyof DJ class discussions.
not responsive to "them" because younger people don't DJ's. However, it is hardly fair Dead Week rulesmisinterpreted Mr.'Berlin is correct that viola-
vote, especially the youngest drivers who seem to be the to blame Jeremy Helligar, who tions of the stated policy are fre-
target of this bill. wrote the article, for reporting the quent, and that nothing much is
latest developments on the local examinationsin
done about it. Many
By not voting, young people put themselves in the club scene.I Editor:The regulations governing fact are given early, often with
political minority and are subject to threats of regulationevery would like to point out that my Dead Week, and traditional prac- the approval of many students.This
day. That's what "they" get for not voting. interview with Jeremy took placein tices related to it, were distorted is probably not what will be
February, long before either of early last semester before issueson reported to him from his list of
us had even heard of Reverence.This the topic were voted on by stu- professors.
alligator Editor would seem to nullify the ac- dent referendum Feb 14. In his Perhaps expanding Dead Weekto
Lucy Chabot cusation that Jeremy's initial inten- column in the April 24 Alligator, preclude more activities is
tion was to promote The Rev. Bret Berlin
Editor Editor persists in mis- worthwhile. If Mr. Berlin so
Managing Opinions In addition, I would like to assure representations.He believes he certainly ought to try
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella David that the comments I says, "If your professors to get action to do this under way.
made regarding MFP were not giving you new material, assign- He does not accomplish that by
Letters Letters to Policy the editor should not exceed 200 words (ibout one oy-10 page). They should be motivated by malice. I simply ments, or tests, they are stealing incorrectly interpreting the established
typed double-spaced and signed.the should Include I typed name, address and telephone' meant to point out that some peopleare your review time." He then invites ) regulations.
number. Names will be> writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call more open-minded when it readers Vandiver
to
the editorial page editor at 376-4458 provide him. with a list Joseph S.
comes to expanding their musical of such professors. Professor Emeritus, SociologyI


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New York City has the Power Station. And London has Eden Studios. But Gainesville has Mirror Image.
The current incarnation of Mirror Image Recording Studios is the brainchild of four men: Ray Valla,Bob Mc-
Peek,Buddy Ray and Paul Pavelka.The recording studio,which is located beside the Acrosstown Repertory
Theater on South Main Street,has served and continues to serve as a Mecca for Gainesville's premiere local
bands.This year alone,N Dolphin,Subject,Big Soul and Aleka's Attic have recorded demos there.

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between finals So far no one has been injured FOR LUNCH, TRY SONNY'S
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semester is while waiting in line for Jackson
sleeping town concert tickets, which went on t
compared to the bustle of activitythat sale Friday. In fact, the line at BIG DEAL!
it usually is.The roads are bare, Spec's on Thirteenth Street barely
parties are smaller and bars are reached the 12-inch section. But
quieter. surely tickets for both concerts Enjoy mouth-watering pork
won't last long. sliced thin and piled high on 95
The beginning of break week garlic bread, served with 3
saw happy fans returning from "'- Sonny's famous barbecue

various David Bowie shows in .......... beans and a jumbo soft drink.
Florida, while the teen crowd was
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multi-keg affairs at Towne Tare be exact), voguing had yet to
take the Gainesville club scene by
during the spring semester. Evenq'
didn't have its usual ankle- storm. Oh well, there's always

high layer of spilled beer on the Club MTV. ON THEIR WAY. .

floor. '

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definitely the place to be for a few
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seconds flat.
For those who prefer STUDENT
Gainesville's exclusive concert
scene, not much happened there
either. Tickets for the upcoming EDITION
Depeche.Mode and Janet Jackson
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The history of Mirror Image dates backto
the summer of 1988 when Valla's then
eight-year-old Modern Music workshop
merged with McPeek's original Mirror
Image.The story of the two studios priorto pip
the merger is the classic tale of a big
rivalry in a small town.Valla remembersa
VtiR
mix of good and bad times during those

eight years of neck-and-neck competition. -

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"We took a lot of food off of each
other's tables during those eight years of
rivalry," Valla says grinning.
But even in the toughest times the -
competition between the two studios was R ai' Iw 1
always amiable.Valla and McPeek had

considered a merger several times, but
the time was never right. After McPeek
had resolved his differences with an old
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partner and Valla's lease on Modern

Music Workshop.had expired, the time L Yfs.s+ i rl"-' ,"
was finally.right. And since then, Valla }tJ
has considered the merger to be a mar- jt.
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made in heaven. '
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"They say the sum is greater than the "fJr : -1. \w l \
parts, and that has certainly proven to be j.1.. l. ;; '1t : :. 1
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the he -. :"' 1
case, says. r .
As is the case with many of today'smost t\! I"

prominent producers both men .f '
came to be audio engineers (which is how t > r\\ : '
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Valla likes to refer.to his trade) through >
.I.... ..v_ ..l ....... .. _...I..I. ...... V II Ray Valla, Buddy Ray and Bob! ,McPeek are the cornerstones of a successful but personable operation.
ear CAL/CI jcinca a9 iiiuaiwiaiia *ana
played with a bluegrass band for five and drops in once every six weeks to help with a computer. Sounds strange, but it's ,provides clients. Some of the advertising
years while he gave guitar lessons at the upgrade the equipment. Pavelka spends not. Midi production is used in every- slogans that Myriad Productions have
Sabine Music Center. McPeek, who has a most of his time in Orlando, but he's thing recorded by Information Society or had a hand in may have a familiar ring.
doctorate in psychology, was the originalowner currently working in Los Angeles. New Order. Remember "From the heart of TV 20' or T
of Hyde &: Zeke Records. Together these four men operate Mir- Brad Pearsall, a UF law student, is "Cet it at the Oaks"?
Studios' three tiers in Studio B. So far he On wall of Studio B
"Bob gave up a promising career to bea ror Image Recording currently recording one overlooking a
musician' Valla says. "That's pretty of operation: commercial recordings, has. recorded eight songs on which he black love seat and sofa, a worn black
scary, but over the years it has workedout. broadcast commercials and audio cas- plays most of the Instruments, thanks to chair and a table covered with studio
.". sette duplication. Each one has equal a keyboard and a computer. On one of engineering magazines are several rows
A third Mirror Image partner,' Buddy financial importance and is equally his ,songs, only the acoustic guitar is of Addy awards. These awards are to the
Ray, started as a "gofer". in an Atlanta gratifying to Valla played the traditional way. The soundsof commercial industry what Oscars are to
studio where the Atlanta Rhythm Section The commercial recordings sector Involves a bass guitar, a piano, a trumpet the motion picture industry and Cram-
recorded. Ray, who was Valla's partner musical artists from far and near congas, etc. are simulated keyboards mies are to the recording industry, and
during the hungry years at Modern laying down tracks in Studio A or B of hooked up to a computer. Myriad Productions' hefty collection
Music Workshop, had built two studiosby Mirror Image.Studio A is a 32-track room Valla couldn't be happier that artists might make even Michael Jackson green
the time he met Valla. '70 feet away from Studio B, which is such as Pearsall and other local bands' with envy. Thirty Addies are currently
Paul Pavelka can be called the "in- midi-equipped "Midi" stands for musi- choose to record at Mirror Image. perched on the wall of Studio B. Valla
visible" Mirror Image partner. He servesas cal instrument digital interphase and "They have a lot of energy and says there are eight more of these,awards A
technical consultant to the other three refers to the way analog music interacts creativity," he says. "Some of the music: but no room on the wall for them.
M ?1. n is as good as music you hear anywhere. Closely related'to Mirror Image's first
'They have a certain creative aspect that tier of commercial recordings I if its third -

they're using us to accomplish. They're tier of audio cassette duplication. This !a
not only creative but also uncompromising activity Involves loading the tracks that
because they want broadcast quality are recorded in the studio onto a cassette
r for their demos." shell and designing! the graphics on ca .-
Valla, calls the result "top notch sette Inserts. Mirror Image's current
i product." Although engineers ses- duplication output is about 150,000 a
sions and offers creative support, he only year Valla says. And only,\ 30 percent of
4 offers advice for objective problems like those duplicated tapes are actually
tempo and volume. On subjective mat- recorded at Mirror Image.All .
R Ry w'J dw ters of expression he doesn't think it's the these activities may seem like a
engineer's duty to interfere. heavy load for four guys, but with a lot V.
Mirror Image's second ti broadcast of teamwork and division of labor, they
commercials has involved creating radio manage to carry it. .
and television advertisements for TV 20, "I 1 really love what I do," he says.."My
the Oaks Mall, Sonny's Real Pit BarBQand philosophy is that serving other peopleis
Paul West Ford. Recently, a yet-to- the highest thing you can do. We really ,s
be-released jingle for Ginnie Springs and enjoy working with people to create the
the "Sharks and Barracudas" soundtrackfor best possible product. '
the Discovery Channel'! were completed It might not be The Beatles' "White
.. Album" or even.Ceorge Michael's Faith,
For this tier Mirror Image assumes the but then neither The Beatles nor George
Productions .and works Michael ever had the chance: to record at
Shari Herzberg (foreground) works on cassette production while Ray Valla cues a master tape for name Myriad f
with an advertising agency which: Mirror (Image. Recording Studios.
cassette .
duplication.! .
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reunion for Atlantic Records'25th has the complex structure and what he sings isn't as importantas

Anniversary special in the sum heartfelt delivery that made how he sings it.

mer of 1988 and now Manic Nirvana "Stairway to Heaven" and Plant's BY JEREMY HELLICAR

the singer's most own "Big Log" so endearing.
retrospective solo release to date. Plant's vocals are almost muffled

Plant hasn't been in such fine excessive production i in a

form Ift's dev 9L t- pl too ng

oig he nciple og h. e s out b
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or ob a sc e s au I s

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listens before they begin to sinkin. phase.
N 1r But once they do, they linger. The sole weak link on Manic
Nirvana is "Your Ma Said You
Manic Nirvana with "The
opens
Cried in Your Sleep Last Night,"
Hurting Kind (I've Cot My Eyeson
which Plant's breathy,
You)," the rollicking first on Bad ReligionNo
baritone vocal is one that Elvis
single which is vaguely reminis- Control
r M cent of "Tall Cool One" from the would envy and probably recog- Imagine my surprise when last
nize were he alive. And that "unavoidable" -
previous album.Plant's vocals are year,without warning,a new Bad
the liner
(according to
confident, sexy, humorous and almost Religion record was released.The
notes) surface noise that's
frenetic on the chorus. sup- band hadn't come out with any-
to the an authentic -
The record's other rockers,suchas posed give song thing (or at least anything worth
retro sound is only annoying
"Big Love" and "SSS&Q": are having) in seven years. So I
clutter.
hard rockers with a dance groove. braced myself, played Suffer and
The rock 'n' dance mix is most But that setback is only minor was so taken back that I fell out

effective on "Watching You." relative to the other stellar mo- of my chair. Fast, simple, carefully -

ATLANTIC RECORDS Plant is accompanied by ments on Manic Nirvana. Plant's produced, melodic, clear and
Plant is back
again. thunderous Eastern percussionand lyrics are often esoteric and very intelligent.In some instancesthe

Robert Plant ing former glories.At the tribal chants of Siddi elusive, but it's still great to hear lyrics seemed almost too Intel-

Manic Nirvana times Plant has even seemed Makaln, Mushkin.Also interestingis him sing them. "Holy Moses mi lectual and ponderous comparedto

With the probable exception of purposely to avoid Led Zeppelin the alternation of a chorus of amigo mystic biscuit/Mind your the power of the instrumentation. -

Sting,Robert Plant has consistently references. But when 1988's Now deep masculine voices and seduc- lingo/Walk in circles/Stand by It was a great record.

turned out solo music more and Zen and especially "Tall Cool tive female voices that sing "Salt, truth/Watch out boys she's after They only,reason I'm recalling

adventurous than other super- One" were chock full of Zep Shake, Splash and Quake" at the you," he yells at the end of "Nir all of this information is becausethe

group offspring. In other words, samples, Plant seemed to be hinting end of "SSS&Q.: vana." What that means is opento same exact praise can be said

his solo records have been far at a revival of sorts. "Anniversary" is one of three debate, but when Plant sings of their fine new record. No Con-

more than blind stabs at recaptur- Then came the Led Zeppelin ballads on Manic Nirvana and it with such uplifting conviction, trol is extremely comparable to


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01 as British critics say, "It Stabilizer at some unfashionableclub is just too good to ignore.BY to do, and some people (like II Soul, it's very popular in
begs to be compared." So much so and it was totally happening! JONATHAN RESH Flour) do a very good job of it. England. But there the similarityends.
that I have a hard time remembering The band sounds like a cross between Note the blas hook at the begin- .
which songs come from which Ignition and Bullet Lavolta ning of the opening song as it The first single is "Dub Be Good
album. with obvious Damned and bursts into total cacophony To Me," a jazzed-up remake of the
But seeing how they're both AC/DC influences. Oh couldn't without warning. Pretty remark- old dance classic "Just Be Cood
great, that's not so bad. Bad you just die?!? Stabilizer has a able stuff. To Me" by The SO.S. Band It's
Religion is certainly one of the demo tape out (but no CDs, can BY JONATHAN RESH relatively innocuous, but what
best punk bands around and you believe it?), and it's really follows are a series of political
shouldn't be confused with Bad ultra-hip. In fact, I bought one for 111W1111NT&RIOATDICE' dance tunes like "For SpaciousLies"
English, Bad Company or any my home stereo, my car stereo and "Babies Makin' Babies,"
other industry wimp.BY and my Walkman.The #- all of which are as simplemindedas
JONATHAN RESH their titles. They won't make
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singer is this guy named LtUtVt'" t r'} anyone think of Soul II Soul. And
Brent, who has a cool voice Flour they certainly won't make anyone
similar to Vic Bondi's (from Ar- Luv 713 ,.itJII: think.
Ov ticles of Faith,silly!!),and he sings Imagine a single individual J?
really heartfelt lyrics. I mean making music that combines Min- / ,&.. The only pleasures to be found
sometimes it makes me want to istry, Big Black, Joy Division, here are on the two or three tracks
1 cry, but I wouldn't dare ruin my Breaking Circus and Pink Floyd, III UT1IUOU._ 111 where Beats International chucks
blush. Russ, the guitarist, (I think who creates a disconcerting (if not Beats InternationalLet the pretension and creates a silly
he's better than Vernon Reid, for sometimes outright cruel) yet Them Eat Bingo but engaging amalgam of
real!!!!) and drummer Vic used to soothing sound, comfortablylush Soul II Soul burst into sampled music. "Burundi Blues"
be In Doldrums (which was a yet somehow, coldly mini- prominence last year with a hit mixes bleating frogs, chanting
great band, too), and Chad (Ex- malistic.It's single and an album created by a female vocals and catchy horn
Neurosis) plays bass. When they obviously not Brian Eno or "sound system" a style of riffs into a delightful bit of fluff.
play live, they're even more any self-proclaimed "sound music featuring a rotating groupof "The Ragged Trousered Percus-
adorable than New Kids on the sculptor." It's a guy named Flour, singers and music combining sionists" and "Blame It On the
Block. formerly of Breaking Circus,who, dance, rap, reggae, soul, pop and Bassline" are just as fun.
Anyway, the tape really cap- in the tradition of Jim Thirwcll anything else you can think of. They're enough to earn Beats
tures the band's intensity even (Scraping Foetus off the Wheel), The group was an enormous International the momentary
though the production is a bit, Mark Edwards (My Dad Is Dead) success. And with success comes commercial success it has gained.But .
Demo Tape well,subdued.Plus the tape cover and Peter Gabriel, has taken it the sincerest form of flattery: Im- the ,group members better
Dear Babs, has the wildest photo on it I upon himself to play and recordall itation. The first up to bat is Beats hope they are as canny about per-
Hi! Remember how I told you I wonder what cool dude gave it to of the instruments on this International.This faceless British sonal investments as they are
was so bored living in Gaines them? Come up and buy a copyof record by himself. sound system also features a about creating an ofthemomentpop
ville? Well everything's changed! the cassette. I know Daddy This era of midi technologymakes rotating group of singers and hasa hit.
I just saw this great band called wouldn't approve, but this band that a very plausible thing strong pop sensibility. Like Soul BY MICHAEL GILTZ
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Produced ty UF Information and Publications Services, 355 Sciences effective April 13. windsurfing, music, arts and crafts,
Tigert Hall,and paid for at usual advertising rates to communicate He succeeds Warren Viessman, who Chair dance,cooking and other activities, 9 a.m.
official notices and Important information to was appointed associate dean for research Came a ; y to 6 p.m., first floor of Reitz Union. The
students,faculty and staff Call 392 0186 for Information and graduate study for the College of TbUF courses, sponsored by the Reitz Union

Engineering in January. In 1982 Program Office, are open to general
Delfino is the co-producer and chief public and UF students, faculty and staff.
technical advisor for "The Florida Water Call 392-1655 for information.
Work BeginsOn Story" a documentary aired throughout FRIDAY
Florida on the Public Broadcasting Systemin '90 HOMECOMING ASSISTANT DI-
University Ave. 1989. RECTOR applications due in 312 Reitz
He received a Ph.D. in civil and en- as professor after teaching at the U.S. Air Union. Call 392-1661 for information.
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zation in water chemistry at the University WisconsinMadison.Delfino m.
traffic interruptions are ex- of Wisconsin-Madison in 1968, and B.S. also worked as water chemistry FREEDOM FEST FOLK DANCE, cele-
pected along University Avenue adjacentto and M.S. degrees in chemistry from Holy section head and technical manager for brating fun and easy-to-learn folk dances. ,
the University from May through Oc- Cross College and the University of Nalco Environmental, now Hazelton of Eastern Europe, free and open to UF
tober during construction of an extensionto Idaho, respectively. He came to UF in 1982 Laboratories, in Northbrook, 111. students, faculty, staff and spouses, 8
Gainesville Regional Utilities' water p.m., Norman Hall Gym.SUNDAY.
distribution system.
The project, which will run along the ART SHOW OPENING/RECEPTION/ ,
south side of University Avenue and S.W. "Women of the Press: ContemporaryPrints
2nd Avenue between Tigert Hall and the from Women Publishers,"features
UF College of Law, includes installation ofa ILI American prints published by women-
16-inch pipe to increase water pressureand owned firms and selected for 1989 Inter-
flow availability for the city and UF. national Biennial of Graphic Arts in
UF Physical Plant Director Robert Yugoslavia. Opening reception at 1 p.m.,
Cremer Jr. said that officials from GRU 1 University Gallery, S.W. 13th St. Con-
and UF are working to minimize the proj- tinues through June 17, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ect's environmental impacts. /'t weekdays, 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays.
"Engineers have surveyed the alignmentto ,Jii"tiJ' \ GAINESVILLE GALLERY HOP, sec-
insure minimum impact on existing ond annual trolley tour of four area art
facilities," Cremer said. "Foresters and "I.' .. galleries, begins and ends at Thomas
landscape architects have visited the site Center, 302 N.E. 6th Avenue, 1:30: to 4
to insure that trees would be protected w .- ... .' p.m., sponsored by University Gallery,
wherever possible, and GRU has agreedto ..- Art Collector Gallery and Center of
'bore' under certain trees to avoid ve. Modem Art. Tickets, $6, available by call-
removal or damage. The University will .;: ing 3742197.
replace the few trees that need to be ', QY MUSIC FOR THE BIRDS, features
removed for the project:' i e ,. t 14i.-- s Gainesville flutist Vic DeVenere and UF
The University Police Department will A I 1 Department of Music graduate student
monitor construction activities to insure AWARD WINNERS-Eight graduate student teaching assistants were named outstan- Miriam Zach (piano), 8 p.m., Thomas
pedestrian and bicycle safety. Temporary ding for the 1989-90 year. They are, left to right, front row: Vanita Hensel, Stephen Center, 302 N.E. 6th Avenue. Free and
closings of streets or sidewalks will be an- Fallon, Graduate School Dean Madelyn Lockhart, Loran Rector and Owene Weber; open to public.
nounced as construction proceeds. back row; Benita von Heynitz, Michael Muecke, David Ritland and Wayne Messer. ORGAN RECITAL by Department of
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Florida Museum of Natural Historywill tificates of honor are Stephen Fallon, Vanita Hensel, Wayne Messer Michael Muecke, GOLF TOURNEY SIGN-UP Deadline,
offer classes for children ages four Loran Rector, David Ritland, Benita von Heynitz and Owene Weber. The awards were for men's and women's UF Recreational
through eighth-graders beginning June 11. presented at a recent ceremony by Madelyn Lockhart, dean of the Graduate School. Sports Department tournament on May
Session A will run from June 11-14; Ses- Nominations for the awards originated at the department level and were forwardedto 29, 214 Florida Gym, call 392-0581 for
sion B, June 18-21; Session C, June 25-28; the Graduate School. All nominations and supporting material, such as teacher information.CONTINUING
Session D, July 9-12; Session E,July 16-19; evaluations and letters of recommendation, were reviewed by a University-wide selec-
and Session F 1 July 23-26. tion committee. Each nominee was visited in the classroom by committee members, STUDENT CERAMICS EXHIBIT,
Fees for the classes range from $15 to and on-site performance was evaluated and ranked in a number of categories.The com- featuring works by award-winning UF
$25. Topics include "Dinosaurs Never mittee then selected the award recipients. Department of Art ceramics students
Lived Here," "Endangered Species-Wild Gracin Gurtler, Darryl l Jackson, Troy
and Rare," "Wonderful World of Insects" UF Center Schedules Miles, Kimberly Velazquez and Steven
and a pottery-making class. Faculty Support Whitmire, on display through May at The

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Bear-Dogs, Florida's Fossil History," will Computer Sessions For USPS EmployeesThe 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays.

include participation in a scientific excava- Center for Com- Lesson 2 7 9:30
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formation, call the museum, 3921721.adtios sent to each department, including in- 1, May 29, 1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson 2,May free tours and instruction in the use of
structions for establishing an encum- 3J', 1 to 3 p.m. LUIS (Library Users Information Service),
,. brance to cover costs. Reservations are not USING dBASE IV-Section 1: Lesson 1, the online library catalog, during the
S ON For University for USPS seminars. May 30,9:30 to 11:30 a.m., and Lesson 2, weeks of May 21 and May 28. The tours,
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5:30: p.m. WRUF-AM 850 USING DOS-FUNDAMENTALS-May p.m., and Lesson 2, June 6, 1 to 3 p.m|/ other Marston Science Library programs,
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Oak 3 bd.2 bth just 3 bike N of UF
1 FURNISHEDROCKWOOD Check Our New Specials'All vary very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College
$1 600 OFF A DOZEN DONUTS Amenities Available Park Properties. 3717777. 5-20-5-2
VILLAS! beautiful 3bd/3ba/ FURNISHED UNFURNISHED
furn. condo for n/"', In fall 4 spring, call Roommates Available APTS AVAILABLE NOW
1-363-0047 (Jax), I will return your call. We're No.1REGENCY
5-24-4-1 OAKS 1 BR efficiency, bike to campus
378.5768 off SW 34 St., patio, air
Bdr/kitliving rm prlvlledge,most util.pd., 3230 SW Archer Road $240
summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. COUNTRY GARDENS
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/ Info 372-22847 373.4500 2 BR country letting off 34 St./20 Ave,
3714243. 8-20-25-1 2001 SW 16th Street great for pets, quiet,wooded
$275
Need N/S F to sublet for summer A or B. Studio, Ibd, 2bd and 3bd apts and
2bd/2ba/ apt In Oakbrook. CompletelyFurn. houses avail now and for fall. Walk to UFI 3 BR/2BA/ luxury condo. split plan,
.. $150/mo + util. Call collect 904- Beat the rush! College Park Properties spotless,pool washer-dryer
7887732. 5-24-4-1 411 NW 15th. 3717777. 5295.2 $375
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Available Now: Across Tlgert. Central In The Pines 1 BR near 34 St. Plaza carpet,air,
Heat/Air. PH': 3713606. 1238 S.W. 4th barbeque,won't last
Spacious I 1,2 A 3 Bedroom
Ave. 5-17-2-1 Apartment & Townhouses $240
Convenient to UF/Shands
Room for r.nlln clean 3 bdr/2 ba mobile
2 BR. Inside utility,quiet area
2 pools,tennis crt,weight room,
home, Summer C only, share home with 2 central air, mlnl'i
sauna laundry room
one other person, must be lIud.nt.$83mo. $350
Ask about 3 bdr specials $400 oilA.k
3380403. 5222.1
about Summer Specials
3 BR/2 BA home,bike to UF, family rm,
M/F ns to share 2bdr townhouse apt.,must 373-3371 possible 4 BR, porch, garage, pet OK
be neat& quiet. Call 335-8277 after 5 pm. 205 SE 16th Ave. $525
.r---------------- 5-22-2-1 1/2 mile east of Main St.
M-FB6. Sat 10.5. Sun 12-4 SUMMER ONLY-WALK TO CAMPUS

I $1.00 OFF A DOZEN DONUTS and/or Roojn availableMarchwood next summer. Fully fall furnished ft spring Avail now. 2bd// Iba In Mill Run. Quiet, 2 BR,hardwood$300 floor
spacious, clean. Take over lease,
micro, wash/dryer./ $240/mo $150 de
Call for more rentals now to Aug.
I I II posit. Craig 335-0145. 6-12-8-1 pm.$370/mo.5-31-6-2 336-1908. Lv mig. if before' 5 KEY MANAGEMENT

One coupon per customer per visit Available at participating shops
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FOR RENT
: Available 6-15 houie/duplex 4 bdr 2 bth, 372-3060
13518 SW Archer Rd I 1 1/2 mile south of UF, trees, fireplace,
In Butler Plaza DUNKINI I II 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk central heatair./ $650/mo. Call 3766183 GREAT LOCATION) Cozy 1 BR apt. 4
I leave mess. 5-29-5-2 blocks from campui. Cheap utilities, cool
I Limit. 2 offers DONUTS" Offer Good: I to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280, atmosphere* 371-4245. Leave messsge.
thru / / 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse$440, Sec. GRAD STUDENTS: Four Bdroom House
L----- ItworththeMp. _0 Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cat or dogs. Two Blcks From Univ. $750 mo. Call Lg 2 bdr/1 ba apt ac, laundry, ceiling fan, '
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Santa Fe Trace Apt*.3781100. 8-20-25-:' Kevin 8-5: 378-5242. After 5: 377-3852. $325/mo, wnew carpet $340, avail. now
2 & Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 375-7986.
Open 24 hours 7 days a week Casablanca East condo ready for fall. 2 5-24-4-2
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF 8 VA. quiet bdr, 2 1/2 ba, w/d, a/e porch dw. Call
washer/dryer/ available In most units for Mark at 377-1831 and leave message It
FREERental
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath necessary.29.5.2
$250.$350. sec & Imr. 372-6422. 8-20- Finding Service. All Info,
Club 25.2 TOWER OAKS CONDOI 2 bdr/2 ba, floorplan, videos and more, FAST. We
Sports wa/dry, screened porch w/yard, ceiling
can help you find that perfect place to live.
SPACIOUSONE fan. auto-Ice mak.r..S385/mo. 332- Gator Rental Finder UF Plaza. 336-
ONTMPlayer's Beer ONLY BEDROOM$283/MO.APT. 7410 Iv mess. 5-29-5-2 9349. 5-17-2-2

( LYONS APT Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance Need 1 or 2 resp. students 4 real nice 2
< i 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher bd/1/ ba apt. only 162.50 ea utll'.. Plz
sw 13lh St. 8-20-25-2 ,cent.air. Office:411 NW 15th St. call anytime 335-2651 or 372-4546 + Iv
371-7777. 5.29.5.2.Villager message. 5-22-3-2

T Wtf @m mlE][ ][ Efficiency INCREDIBLE Apt. West: Quiet 1 bd on cul-de-sac, THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane;
MT Starting at$165 1 story; no noisy neighbor above! 800 See UF from private balcony newly renovated -
Starting at $238 /2 B.droomMEADOWCREST NW 18 Ave (Take 9 St. N. from 16 Ave) 1 bdrm's 207 NW 17th St. 371.7777
YOU MIGHT AS WELL BE CUTTING YOUR WRIST. 3717777. 5-29-5-2
378-3988 HUGE 1bd apt. Duckpond area, ceiling
Think about it. 37S-38J1 Huge bd, 2 bth & 1 bd'(. Bel Air 636 NW fans, wood floors fireplace. $350/mo.
82025.2 26 Ave. Spacious ground, magnificent Rentneg. 376-3587, 5-29-4-2
There are friends who want to help. Call 1800COCAINE. oak. 3717777. 5-29-5-2
1 br, tile bath very large, clean, private.
New carpet, a/c unit, gas heat. Rent includes
water, ewer ft garbage. No pets:
$225/mo. 422 NW 7th St. Apt. C. 376-
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2 bedroom 2 bath Apt In Camelot' overlooking VILLAS: Mature F N/S for HUNDREDS ..Need Roomate, 6 blocks fr.e.
SW 2bdr
,
now, : apt porch, ceiling
fans dishwasher, cent H/A, bus POOL w/gas grill. Very spacious. own bdr no pets, 3bdr/ 2ba, $247mo of roommates at your fingertips. W. can campus, S134/ mo. + 1/4 utll. fully (urn.,
near ,
$375. 3730701. 6.19.10-. Available 1st week June $550/mon. 371- incl. w/d. + 1/3 util. 336-4531 Avail Aug help you find that ideal roommate FAST room/opt. & house. Waih/ dry and more.
Including
water
1250. 5-24-3-4 1. 5-24-4-5 Gator Rental FlndertUF Plaza336- Call 378-4437 e. 5-17-2-5

MOBILE HOMES 9349. 5-17-2-5 For rent/sale. New 2 bdr/2 ba (turn
: N/S F rmmt to share 2bdr/2ba condo fully
5 ROOMMATES w/prlv.Jacuzzi, Wid,fully turn except own OWN ROOM- Summer A (for only $129In condo 1 ml. from UF. Has wash/dry,
3 FOR RENT/SALE room, $22S/mo + 1/2 utll. Dawn 377- turn apt- Call now- 3381065. 5-22-2-5 micro, pool, security, linens. Call 372-
1 BOR avail. late Apr. or May 1. Large 8902. 5-29-4-5 3842 & Iv mig. 5-29-5-5
'1972 1 bdr1 ba mobile home (for sale. house. Washer/Dryer Central air A F rmmt needed lor..4 bd/2 ba (turn condo
Located in Hawthorne, on Green Pond. heat. 200mo. + 1/3 utll. Call 378-4718. ADon't Miss Out* Own bd/bth In fully by Oak Mall. Wash/dry, security tystem. Room for Rent summer: 3bd/ 2ba house
$1100 obocall 378-6950 ANYTIME I 5- 5-24-4-5 (urn. luxury apt. near UF 1/2 util.! $190 $200/mo & split electricity. 335-4298. 6- with w/d, a/c, $200/mo dep. 3355000..
24-4-3 373-6482 w/pool,Jacuzzi,wt. room.. 5.29. 19.10.5 5-17-2-5
t **OXFORD MANOR* Summer sublet 4.5
SUBLEASE: upstairs bdrm., lully furnished lots of NeededNSF to hare room In 3bdr3baapt F N/S serious student to share house,
toys, will wheel and deal. 3351877. 5- The Gardens) m/f for 2/bd/2 1/2 ba 1/4 util., Oxford Manor at $150/mo, private bdr, 2 blks from UF, cantral ac,
4 HOUSEAPT.Sublet twnhse, (turn, pool, w/d, near sfcc/uf, Call 372-6924.. 5243.5 $165/mo + util.! 378-5897 or 378-1292.
Oxford Manor, great location, lull/furn. F $165/mo + 1/2 utll. Now-Aug 15. Michelle 5-22-3-5
rmmt needed Fall 90. Must be stud., neat, 3323898. 5-29-4-5 Female N/S Roommate Wanted For July
master Bdrm lor summer Male or rasp, nonsmoker. 2 bdr,2..71 mo. Call DJ lit. Own Bedroom, Share Bath, Washer N/S F (for own room In NW area, 2bdr/2ba,
Female. Mount Vernon. 175/ mo. + 1/2 3771792. 5-17-2-5 MARCHWOOD: rmmte to share twnhme. Dryer, Call Carol at 336-9242. $175 new unit. Quiet, life, seml-furn, fire
... Close to campus. Call Scott Own unf rm. wash/dry, pool. No Pets. Rent. 5-24-3-5 place, pool central heat/ac/ no pets. 376-
336-9557, Iv. mifl 5.24..4Walk RMMT wanted (for summer May 6- Aug 200 1/3 util. Call Heather 3351460. 6836. 5-17-2-5
15. 1 mile Irom UF. $140mo obo and 5.31.5.5 Jn, in, grad. itudentipvt rooms or two
to school! Summer sublet 1/2 block 1/2 utI!. 3787598. 5223.5 bedroom (urn. apt.near campuisum ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 F N/S rmmti, own
(from campus. 2 bdrs In 3 bdr house. .."OWN ROOM $159/mo."I.plus 1/2 mer ich. or regular semesters-. pets, bdr/ba 3bdr/3ba twnhie, fully turn,w/d,
Price Is very reasonable. Call 3711554.Sublet Rmmt Summer B, F N/S. no pets, Oxford util. mints wanted to share (urn. apt. 378-3932, .4812166. 5-24-3-5 $225 neg, 1/3 utll. Denise 335-4044. 5-
bedrooms Manor, (urn., private bdrba, utll. Incl., Close t to campus. Avail Now for summer. 24-4-5
month to month. 2 large $350 lor 8 wks, Call L Anne 813531. 376-8650. 5315.5 M, (for 2bdr/2ba apt In SW. Prel grad stud,
2 bath OAKS apt. May rent free.Call .
8199. 6-14-10-5 neat freak nut, trivia asked.
sports clues Reliable ni male rm needed for summer.
Brenda at 3318788. 5-24-4-4 Cool, liberal l/m for own room In house 3 1225/mo 1/2 utll.! Call 3353580. 5-29- Wash/dry and ac. Own room. 1220/mo
F Rmmt In Windmeadows 3 bdr/ba own blocks to ul. $170/mo & 1/3 util. Avail. utilities Included. Call John 335-1283. 5-
Sublease own room A bath In a 3 bdr/ 3 roomown bath for $150 a mnth (for June mid-may to aug. 01. Should like smokers, Quiet, studious grad stud seeks like- 24-4-5
ba apt. In Oxford Manor. Partly (furn., 6 July- move In now for free (May) Call cats, tv a music. No bonjovl lans. Call minded roommate lor next yr. Spacious
$200/mo. neg Avail! Immed. thru Aug 15. 1-813-796-6528. 5-29-5-5 375-1274 alt. II pm. 5-23-4-5 apt. close to Shandi A Univ. Call Dave at M/F own room In 4 BR house 2 blocks to

3351877. 529.5.4Sublet 375-7496. 5.29..5FREE campus $165/mo + 1/5 utlls. Carport,
Oak Forest NSF to share own bib In 3b/2b Luxury Casablanca pool. Own room $ ..5/mo wood floor, (replace.( 336-0297 Iv mes-
15
available May-Aug house fur/non-fur avail.l50mth MAY! Rmmte needed for summer
tramp m/l w/2 males. Wish/dry, part (urnlshed. sage. 5-17-2-5
opts, Own Bedroom, Furnished*, $ + 1/3 util. Call evenings at 373- Call Julian 336-0373 or Mark 338.1581. e w/ fall option In 4br/2bth house 3/4 m
$125/mo + 1/4 utll. negCALL 0- 4604. 5-24-4-5 5.31.5.5 from campus. 157.50 + 1/4 utll. Call Brad
90486216815244MUST >< 371-6782. 5-29-4-5
6 FOR SALE
Responsible his fern needed (for own br & Own room across from Shands. 10 mln
SUBLEASE! F lor mast bd/ba In ba In new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home, security walk to Turlington or Reltz Union. Micro Preferably female N/S (for Summer. Ownrm.
4 bd/3ba apt. Share w/ 3 lun roomier lor In (urn. walk to UFI $i75mo.o 2 couch/day beds (for only $25/plece.
sys, quiet area. Avail (fall, rent neg. wave I washer. $110/ mo. + 1/4 378- apt.;
Summer B, C. Only $150 1/4 ut. 3355954. 335-5240. 6-19-11-5 0551. 5-24-4-5 .b.o. + 1/2 utll. Call 3779758. 5-29-4-5 Great shape! Call 3726924. 5-22-2-6
5.295.4Awesome

.SOAK 0ROOKe*$350/mo F, n/s, own
deal sublet Ibd Iba apt spacious
w/d. Summer 4/or/ fall ft
room, pool,
rooms, 4 blk to campus (for $1501 7 MARKETING
to Aug 15. Good area: 1621 NW 3rd PI. spring, deposit, security (urn. Lynn Volunteers needed for sixmonthoral
371-4708.: 5295.5
Worth 225/mo. Jerry 3352988. 52234Sublet OPPORTUNITY

"OAKBROOK" $175/mo F, n/., share contraception study.
Windmeadows Apt. Summer
a room room, turn, summer a/or fall & spring.
DISTANCE CARRIIERSTUDENT
B til July 31, $200 mo + 1/4 util.! call
Pool, w/d, security, deposit. Lynn 371-
3360397. 52434Sublet1 4708 5-29-5-5 REQUIREMENTS: Good health; between 18-35

bdrm apt. 2 blocks from Shands, MARKETING MANAGER years: no medical problems with oral
easy walk to UF, air cond., pets ok, quiet I ,
Did You Know? sales oriented student needed for
nghbrhd avail Immed. $230/mo. Call lOmotlon poaItIon.Responsllie contraceptive use; must be in Gainesvillearea

336-0398. 5-22-2-4 for hiring ooordlnaUng for next six months.

Cheap studio close t toT campus. Lots of by TomKurrut and managing campus: organizations. BENEFITS Free blood
: physical exam; pap smear;
Opport\ll to work as Promotions
room kitchen AC, huge closets, access AttorneyA
to wash/dry, (free water, call Rick at 377- RepAMntllIlve.EaItnI pay. Flexible) test Including cholesterol; six-month's
houn. All wont on campus.MUll be
52944Foreign
0761 $140. contract b automatically Invalid If the on campus and IVdabIe 1-2 weeb supply of oral contraceptives.
agreement 'It to do something Illegal. But prior to alert or classes.STUDENT .
::
whit I the contract b otherwise valid(, but .
only one small portion' of It may "bt ra "
e. considered Illegal? For example K would ASSISTANT The Climacteric Clinic
be legal and enforceible t two individuals MARKETING MANAGER

agreed that one would ba paid $500.00 by Student with strong saleUorgankatIonal V'aa A research division of Women's Medical and Diagnostic Center.
the other for moving tome furniture But(
what IT an added contingency made the sluAs needed for campus For Information call 372-5600
Must. be and
(500.00 payment dependent upon promotlona. on campus!
whether or not 'Mr. Frisky won the :: 1-2 weeb prior to s of
Kentucky Derby?Don that make the entire
contract Invalid at a gambling contract or
could that particular portion be declared STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Invalid 'leaving the rest of the contract legal
and enforceable?Good question. Organized, outgoing salaslmarbUng
group needle fo represent our
The law presumes that a child born to a Proclucts and!services during onM
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married couple li thelr't. Under an old campus
English Law the husband had to have been ull on camp... IIId lVI"a 1-2
DomesticAlternators gone'across the seven sen* for two yean Wash prior to start of cUaea.
prior to the birth, before the presumptioncould
be disproved. Now we took at t DMA. For more Information, send
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TYPESETTER-,Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 286 IBM compatible with 20 mg hard drive, TENNIS
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlstere.Factory 1 Electric Guitar Gibson solldbody Khaler RACKET, PRINCE Like new, FRONT LOT
mg ram 3 1/2 floppy. vga card & monitor.
graphite comp ONLY $70 obo. Call Bill Crescent Beach S of St. Augustine.Wide .
unused ,
reconditioned In past 2 $1250 whammy cherry aunburst Victory model
neg. Barry 3323675. Lv
mesg. 374-4359. 5-17-1-6 bch.
wht sand No DNR
.. Perfect lor small typesetting Job. 5.24.4-8 w/c... 300.00. 5-22-2-6 permit
Good machine lor mall type ahop. System needed. Prestigious area, pool private
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font Desk & chair $35, black leather chair $25 HP PAINTJET PRINTER, less than one CARPET FOR SALE: 12x9 1/2 ft navy Street. Appraised 155000. Lg disc for
blue short loop $40 call 374-6578 Greg. fast sale. Owner 904-824-4877. 5-24-4-
disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at each, dresser $30 glass table $25,wicker year old, $750 obo, 392-1633. 5-31-5-6 5-17-1-6 7
373-0926 lor more Into. shell $39 table lamps 371-3991. 5-29-5-
$50 BIKES men's ten speed women's ten
6 2 tickets to see 'Billy Joel Saturday July Rockwood Villas. 2bd/2ba + study closeto
Kenwood Sony and 30 speed w/rack. Call 335-11421.lv. message.
Alpine more 7 In Orlando. Call Craig at 335-0145 5- UF, Shands and the Mall, excel cond,
brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car Full and queen size beds, sofa chairs, 5-22-2-6 assumable mortgage $49,900. 373-1147
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13: St. 372- loveieat wicker wall unit,-desk, dr..r.typ.wrlt.r. GREAT DEAL) Dk wood desk/chair and 5-31-6-7
2070. 8-20-25-6 t.v. stand. Call 3322817. 5- HOT WHEELS, pink men's 3-speed beach bookshelves, w/ bottom cabinet $20 or
cruiser bike, $80, 3311-0518. 5-24-3-6
25-4-6 both lor $401 Call 372,6560. 5-31-5 BY OWNER: Rockwood Villas 3br/3ba
MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1148 twnhie excel cond. Central a/h all appliances
Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate Fountain XT turbo SURFBOARD- $100 obo & accessories
computer 640K EGA 2 queen semlwaveless WATERBEDS assumable mortgage. Call 374-
H P. Price same or lower than mall- 20 meg HO. mouse 1.44 meg & 380K Balin legropes $10, Balln an- $200 each, Sofa & loveseat $100, Desk & 4359. 5-24-3-7
order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb drives, lots soft 2400 ext-modem, $1150 klestraps $5. Negotiable, call 4 details. dresser $100, Handraised, Cockatiel 371-
((28mt). graphics monitor ... 3778878. 5-24-4-6 371-7487 Jason 5-22-2-6 '1250. 5-24-3-6 Golf course NW on 5th green near
MC 286/12/ $1195. Packard Bell $1295 I Bucholtz
HS. Ft. Clark SFCC. Spacious
Color TV 19 Inch Good Condition. 371-
MC 386SX $1495 Northgate 386/20 Aircondltioner for sale! 24,000 btu 220V. 9145. 5-17-1-6 IBM PC. jr. w/mouse, joysticks & various 2br/2ba Ig. screened back porch on Ig lot,
$2399. Pa 286 laptop w/ hd & battery Friedrlck 5 yrs old. New compressor & software, sleeper chair ft large fan. Best all also, central air ft heat by owner call
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics blower. Very cold I $250 obo. Steve 336- Computer desk-shelf combo chair $60; offer Call 338-1428.' 5-22-2-6 332-4631 or 371-2277 for more Info. 5-
monitor $970. & 3 year warranties. 9863. 5-24-4-6 24-3-7
couches $25. $60 swivel armchairs $20-
Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer ; Garage sale multi-family Wlndmeadows
$40 shelves' $30 dresser $50.
$185 HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 3743 W. Grey pit group couch $250. Coffee tab) 377-6325.; 5-17-1-6; large Mobile Home Park Lot 50 Sat & Sun 373- Clean 3 bdr. house on quiet street, hard- %
University Ave. 8-0-25-6 $50. JVC car stereo $100. CD player 1322. 5-17-1-6 wood lira., screened porch. $34,900
$100. ALL LIKE NEWII CALL 375-6780.
Call Sue Lillycrop 372.5275 or res 376-
Handcrafted wooden blrdleeders. Different FUTON & FRAME MUST SELL couch sofa bed computer 6130. Coldwell Banker: M.M. Parriah a
sizes available. $5 to $15 each. Free MUST SELL: twin bed. floor lamp, business From only $200/set. Call AI 373-3127 or desk coffee table, dining table, bookstands A..oc..lnc. REALTOR. 5-17-1-7
seed with the first two sold. Call J.R. desk, chair and 3-pc wall unit. Call Matt 3775650. 6-7-7-6 lamps, chairs, CGA monitor
between 7 pm and 10.pm 3751935. 5-17- 375-6620 leave message. 5-17-2-6 w/card. Great condition + prices. Call MOTORCYCLES
8
26 GENERAL BEACH CRUISER Excellent Jose 3734271. 5-24-3-6
Air ConditionerOne Cond. U-lock Incl. $175 obo. Call Matt
CAMERA SALEI! large one small reasonable 377-9615 It3311.12111.nyllm.. 5-24-3-6 Centurion 12 spd bike$100.. Seml-wave- 1980 Honda CB750F aupersport good
Get exposed to our HOT dealslll less water bd. Queen size$70.. Complete condition w2/ helmets & cover, new chaina
Crimestopper Car Alarms K-40 Radar Detectors dark rm set $150. 3-piece couch sprockets ft rear tire. $600. 371-3991.
BestJ&371GEMS. 5-29-5-6.
4 sale,couch, loveseat, and chair for $350
Sherwood, Sonsul Sony Orion, set- $100. Call 376-3587. 5-22-2-6
obo, king waterbed $75, dresser $150 Great condition. Must
Bazooka Home) or Car Stereo. We Beat 68 Tomos moped.
New papasan chairs papasan cushions, obo. Must see. Call Kelly after 6 374- sell. $280. Please. call 3718240. Ask for
All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6 7
REAL ESTATEDuplex
and wicker furniture.. Call 3381526. 5- 6758. 5-22-2-6 Lenore or leave a message. 5-24-4-8 I

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By MATT FOGLESON
Alligator Writer

Home movies of the Pukstys family indicate a +
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great deal about 4-year-old Tom's future.In 6P'1 ?

1973, the film captured the boy throwing
stones into Lake Michigan.

These days Tom Pukstys, a UF senior, throws O
the javelin for the cameras. Plenty of cameras
were on hand three weeks ago at the Gatorade
Track Classic to see him heave it 273 feet, 3 MICHAEL HOLAHAN -ALLIGATOR
inches, breaking his own record for American UfOs Nicole Arendt stretched to the limit Wednesday to advance to today's NCAA final.
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collegiate athletes.

"I've always loved watching things go far,"said Arendt NCAA final
Pukstys, one of April's Track and Field Writersof Weary earns
America Athletes of the Month. "A home run.

A long drive on the golf course." singles and doubles in both the team and long rallie and won the game on several
Now, Pukstys]{ has his sights set on the American By GREGG DOYEL individual tournaments, was exhausted unforced errors by Hamers.
javelin record of 280-1( as the UF men's and Alligator Staff Writer
from the outset. The UF junior walked Her game reduced to looping shots
women's track teams travel to Athens, Ga., for As she limped through WednesdAy'sNCAA slowly to and from her chair between from the backcourt,Arendt reeled off five
the SEC Outdoor Championships, which begin: semifinal against Kansas' Eveline games, where she slumped until it was consecutive games to go up 5-3. Two
today. Hamers, the pain of playing her 12th time to inch her way back to the court. games later she capitalized on her first
Other Gators' to watch include long jumper match in eight days showed in UPs Ni- "(UF coach) Andi (Brandi!) came out set point, evening the match at a set
Dion Bentley, sprinter Marcel Carter and stee- cole Arendt's every move. on the court and said get off because I apiece and baffling teammate Andrea Far-
plechase runner Dan Middleman. And by the time Hamers had openeda looked like I had heat exhaustion,or stay
Lady Gators expected to perform well are 7-6,3-0 lead in the second set,Arendt's and fight,"Arendt said. "I chose to fight. ley."I don't think I've ever seen anybody
hurdler Dorchelle Webster, sprinter Anita How- every move was limited to a few steps She celebrated little even after winning look that tired," Farley said. "It didn't
ard and javelin thrower Cindy Herceg."I here, a stumble there. the second set-until match point, even look like she knew what she was
think I can get it under the right conditions," Yet the seventh-seeded Arendt fought when she hurled her racket and cap doing."
said Pukstys, who threw 259-3 two weeks ago in through the cramps, 93-degree heat anda skyward and held her head in what may The third set belonged to a rejuvenated
Knoxville,Tenn.,where he said the poor weather relatively fresh Hamers to pull off one have been disbelief. Arendt Hamers helped the still leg-weary

conditions hampered his performance. of the most improbable comebacks in Like an experienced boxer sensing a Lady Gator put of a few jams, netting
Pukstys transferred to UF last year from Col- NCAA history, 6-7, 6-4,6-1. woozy opponent, Hamers- ranked 30th several easy shots'and double-faulting on
lege of DuPage, a junior college near Chicago. The UF junior advances to today's -tried to move in for the kill throughout key,points throughout the final set,
There he set the junior college national recordin NCAA Singles final against Stanford's the second set. Up 3-0 with three break "When you're winning you get confidence -
1988, a season cut short by a broken back. Debbie Graham 7-5 6-4 winner "Arendt said."It's
a over points in the fourth game, the Kansas and energy, easy
As he was recovering, his older brother,Andy, teammate Sandra Birch. sophomore poised for. the knockout when you're'' winning to get. that extra
noticed that Pukstys' injury resulted from hold- Arendt, showing the effects of playing punch. But Arendt waited out several pump."
ing his throwing hand too low, causing him to
arch his back.

With this advice, Pukstys arrived at UF with a UF Gator golfers
new throwing style. He said UF assistant coach'John Pitching-starved
Kenneson helped him perfect the new tech-

nique.Pukstys made an immediate impact on the faces seed at SECBy seek ,retribution
team last year, breaking the UF record on his top
first throw of the season. But as he began to hit this weekendBy
his stride in mid-April, he got food poisoning.A GUERRY SMITH ment. In two of those years, the bottom
weakened Pukstys returned in time for last Alligator Writer seed has won the conference title.
Yo year's SEC meet, but could not win against a Although UPs seeding will not hurt CHERYL BOSSEN
tough field of throwers. After making the NCAA playoffs two the team, the thin pitching staff may be Alligator Writer
in a row, the UF baseball team fatal. With freshman John Burke and
This year, he said he wants revenge on lastyear's years The ,UF men's golf team plays in the, Oak,
has suffered through a disappointingseason. Cord Corbitt questionable due to inju-
winner, Alabama's Siggy Mathiason."I Golf Tournament this
Hampered by inexperience,the ries, the Gators are not at full strength.But Tree-Ping Intercollegiate
want to blow him away, Pukstys said. "I weekend in Edmond, Okla.
Gators ((28-28)) lost several games because Arnold said the team has enough
want a one-punch fight. they could not get hits in clutch healthy pitchers to be successful. The Gators,favored to win the SEC conferencetitle
UF head coach John ,Webb believes Pukstyshas situations. John Pricher, who leads the team finished a disappointing second to Tennessee -
the ability to do just that. Webb praised him at the SEC championships last weekend in
The pitching staff, which lost five of with an earned run average of 2.87, and
for his Knoxville performance. its six leaders from 1989, has been freshman Doug Brennan will get the Jackson, Miss., and will be looking to bounce
Tom threw against last year's No. 1,2 and 4 inconsistentBut most work- Arnold said Brennan can I back this weekend.
"'" American throwers and won the thing with a toss the Gators have been playing pitch with fewer days rest than anyoneon "This tournament was one of our goals all
of close to 260,"Webb said. "Every week,he just better as of late. After a home loss to the staff, an important factor in a season long and is a big setback, but I hope we
looks better and better." Tennessee dropped them to 6-10, they tournament in which a team must playat can learn from this and get better," UF Coach
After this season, Pukstys' last year of college won five of their last seven conference least four games in four days to win. Buddy Alexander said.
eligibility,he plans to take classes at UF and train games and six of eight overall, earningthe "He was 19-2 as a senior in, high The 18-team Oak Tree field includes seven of
for the 1992 Olympics. He said he expects to sixth spot in the six-team Southeastern school Arnold said. "He threw two the country's top 10 teams, including. top-ranked
make the Olympic team because he has the Conference Tournament,which will days in a row in back-to-back games for Oklahoma State.
h second-best throw ever by an American, and the be played in Birmingham, Ala. his high school team. So it's nothingnew The Gators were among the top three teamsin
record-holder retired. "We're playing the best baseball that for him, and I think if we ask him the nation all year but could not bounce backin
But for now, Pukstys will concentrate on the we have played all year long,"coach Joe to do that,he could." the playoff round last weekend as Tennesseewon
task at hand this weekend's SEC Champion- Arnold said. "I just hope that we can UF opens the tournament against No. in sudden death for the SEC title.
ships. continue to do that at least for another 1 seed Louisiana State today at 4, and UF's Jeff Barlow finished\ second one'shot
Webb said he expects several teams to haves week.? probably will start Pricher ((5-3)) against behind the leader.
good showings at the meet Despite their low seed,recent historyis LSU ace Chad Ogea. If the Gators pre-1 The Gators have' played in six events this
"As far as teams go, you have to look at LSU on the Gators' side. The- sixth seed vail,they play Friday against the winner spring, winning the Barnett Bank Invitational
and Tennessee, along with Auburn and Alabama has upset the regular season champion of the Auburn-Mississippi State game. Gainesville,the Taylor Made/Doral Collegiate In
,"Webb said."It is always a good melt\ n.d. ttirng CQnsecutjve years In the opening If UF loses, it faces the loser of the Miami and placed second at the.) 'Golf,Digestr
will t-round the! doubteelirninatiolrTtourna-' 'r' C !arjta'Va'at1bf1311E' .l ,t"/"fl' '; s I I'I, /,
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