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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 153 TUESDAY MAY 22,1990

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college education? Baby Gator director criticized I
This yeart legislative session Isn't I trying to decide whether or not
college tuition will go up-only how much Everyone has their
own Ideas about what the numbers should be,but all agree the
money gap between In.and out.ol.state tuitions will Increase. By DEBBIE CENZIPER sent a six-page letter to Student Affairs "It's heartbreaking because I could be
Vice President Art Sandeen outlining administrative in class and she's hurt, and I wouldn't
i Alligator Writer
Gov. .... problems with the center know about it until I saw the bruises,"
MARTINEZFlorida Frustrated parents who have children and Logan. Sandeen is the chairman of she said.
out.of etet. enrolled in UF's only day care center say the nursery's Board of Directors.San Logan said he emphasizes to teachersthe
., O 8% 18 a ryoriP they want some changes made,including Juana Burns said the nursery is importance of filing accident reports,
better supervision of the children and directed poorly and children are often but added that sometimes reports are not
OF -at. notification of injuries when accidents Inadequately supervised. She wants UF filed.
It happen. administrators to take action because the "If the child doesn't holler and com-

The disgruntled parents have teamedup nursery is under the jurisdiction of the plain, we may not know about it," Logan
l with teachers at Baby Gator Nurseryand Student Affairs office and is partially said. "We're human. You can't witness
are pointing fingers at director Tom funded by UF with $215,000 each year. everything, but I think'Ve try real hard."

Logan, citing a list of complaints about Burns said her daughter has come Burns goes on in her letter to describe
a him that include racial and sexist remarks home with some of her hair cut off and discipline at the center as "harsh." She
/ foul language in front of children, cuts on her face that may turn into scars. writes that one teacher was seen shaking
unfair hiring and firing practices, failureto She said she wants her daughter movedto a child after becoming upset with him.
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mandate accident reports and a basic another section of the nursery, where She adds that her daughter has been
"unprofessionalism." she said the children are better super- forced to sit in a teacher's office, alone
t UF police are investigating the possi- vised. But the waiting list for any of the and unsupervised.
bility that money has been misappropriated center's three sections is up to two years. Another allegation Burns makes in her

+ at the nursery, although police Burns said she has trouble concentrating letter is that parents are not told they can
HOUSE SENATE spokeswoman Angie Tipton said no on classes when she is worrying have a voice in how Baby Gator is run by
Florida out-of-state Florida out-of'state charges have been filed against anyone. about her daughter. She accused the serving as representatives on the
8% 20% 15% She said police began the investigationlast nursery of failing to file accident reports, center's board of directors.

month and they have not yet found which are required by UF and state reg- Her complaint is backed up by letters ,
'
any evidence of theft. ulations. She also wrote in her letter that from other parents who write that their
COMPROMISEBoth Ronnie and San Juana Burns,who send parents aren't notified if a child at the
of these plans are In a conference committee,a group of see Logan, page 11
legislators who get together and review the separate budgetsuntil their 4-year-old daughter to the center, center has a communicable disease. I
they find a compromise they can Include In the final budget
that goes to the governor. ANTI-ABORTION WALK

ART BY DARREN SHAW


Legislators differon Y




tuition hikeBy i

lit ABORTION

MARGARET BERRY

Alligator Writer

The average in-state student is facing a tuition C P
increase of between $15 and $28 next semester, and ."ioN VA
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the average out-of-state student will pay about $170

more, state legislators say.
Lawmakers and education officials have spent muchof
the Legislature's 60-day session talking about how
tight this year's budget is and, for the first time in a ALr
long time, no one has talked about whether tuition r
would go up instead they've discussed how much. ,

Legislators will reach an answer by the end of next ..,a' 1 $ s Ke' 9
week the end of their session.
The process of deciding on annual tuition Is long
and convoluted.The House of Representatives and the

Senate each propose a plan, after hearing suggestionsfrom
the governor, student lobbyists and the Board of R R770i
that the .r
Regents the 13-member panel governs
state's nine public universities.Both .

plans then go to a joint committee, where 'e''
legislators work out a compromise to include in the F' cr va.
state's final budget that goes to Gov. Bob Martinez for II"Y
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approval.
This year's tuition plans are even a little more
confusing because they propose different increases for
in-state and out-of-state students. State University Sys-
tem Chancelor Charles Reed worries that the differ
ence will drive some out-of-state students away.

The primary reason for the public system ,is to,
educate in-state students whose parents have paid aROBY >
taxes for 18 years to prepare the system for their kids,"

Reed said. "But when you get about 90 percent in-state "'.:;tIJJ'< ,
students,you begin to lose one of the educational goals, PAGE-AlLIGATOF
which is to meet people from other places."
From left: Chad Emmons, Sarah Rushing, Steve Rushing, Alan Pearce and Jason Williams of Gainesville
in-state and out-of-state tuition
The idea to separate .
Baptist Church lead a "walk for mothers" along Northwest Sixth Street Saturday. See story, page 5.
l'3'fg see Tuition, page 4

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2. ALLIGATOR.TUESDAY, MAY 22,1930VOLUNTEERS
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/"STUDENTS OVER TRADITIONAL AGEltlWhat

Golf enthusiasts needed to chair benefit golf tour Van drivers who would like to drive the Hope Lodgevan do UF's older students do on Friday evening?
nament for cystic fibrosis research. Volunteers will to transport cancer residents from the Lodge to
4.3 percent do their laundryb.
recruit players and organize tournament to take place Shands Hospital. Drivers must be 21 years of age or a.. 12.6 percent Just stay at home.c. .
before October 1990. older. No parking hassles patients will be droppedoff
A few even studyd.
Office clerk needed to take telephone calls and at the main entrance. BUT SMART STUDENTS COME TO SOTA'S
messages, file and copy. Volunteers must be willingto Retired teacher needed to work with residents of SOCIAL EVENINGS.SOTA .

take oath of confidentiality. Flexible weekday community-based treatment programs. Volunteerwill Is an organization that helps to meet the needs of UF's older
schedule. assist clients to improve their reading and math students. While SOTA is open to any student, the groups emphasis Is on
Case worker, nurse, physician's assistant or skills. Daytime and evening hours are available. serving the 25-and-over-ltudent.
physician to assess clients' needs and arrange com- Fourth of July Bash volunteers needed to help Older students have social needs that differ from younger students We
munity resources to meet those needs for North Morningside Nature Center prepare for this fun-filled provide our own entertainments and social activities. We're !the people you
don't find in most of your classes, the folks you used to know before you
Central Florida AIDS Network. family event, which includes hay wagon rides, sack returned to school.
Stop! Children's Cancer needs 200 volunteers to races and much more. Volunteers will be needed on We provide varied activities such as picnics parties theatre outings etc.
participate in their Second Annual Great Fantasy Car July 4, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. We also have a weekly social evening every Friday. We meet at the Hilton
Event on July 2. Help is needed with tending bar, For more information, write or call The Volunteer lounge on S.W. 13th St at about 6.30.
would like to receive our newsletter fill out the attached and
and in and Center P.O. Box 14561 Gainesville Fl. 32504 378- If you slip
drawing names, greeting signing people : bring or mail it to our box at the Union.
other areas. 2552. funded by Student Government
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Mail or bring to

. WHAT'S HAPPENING Gainesville.SOTA, Box FL 29 32611., Room 300, Reitz Union, .University of Florida,


[Name].
Take your best shot: Student Yerushlayim tonight at 5:45: at 16 Health is forming a confidential support Phone
[ )
[[Major]. .
Health Outreach Team will be meet- NW 18th St It's an allyoucaneatevent group for students who are
ing today to discuss summer events. $2.75 for student membersand HIV+. The group will begin today {Address and zip}]

Please call 392J161 ext. 283 for $3.50 for non-members. Call and run through Summer C. Interested i YOUR WRITING MUST BE CLEAR COMPLETE, AND READABLE
more details. 372.2900 for information.A persons should contact Linda I
Guiding light: Students interestedin shot In the arm: Students can Lewis at 392.1171 for a screening
working on the UP Student obtain the second state-mandated interview.
Government Course Guide, a book measles vaccination from the Stu. With a little help from my friends:
of comprehensive course/instructor dent Health Care Center at the Infirmary The student group of Alcoholics

descriptions, should attend an Information Come in today and avoid the Anonymous meets every Thursday ATTENTION!
session Thursday May 24 in rush. Call 392-1161 ext. 309. evening at 8:30: in Room 357 of the
Reitz Union Room 346. Call Richard Tennis anyoneTomorrow: is the Reitz Union. Call Pat at 335-1796.
Shuster at 335-1877. deadline to sign up for the Tennis Something In common: The
Isshlnryu: The Isshinryu Karate Doubles Tourney in Florida Gym Department of Veterans Affairs is

Club is open to all UF students and Room 214. The event is May 30 at 5 sponsoring a conference entitled: Student Health Care Center (the Infirmary)
faculty. We'll be working out from p.m. at Broward Tennis Courts. Call "Common Problems of the Hospitalized

4:30: to fl 'on Monday Wednesdayand 392-0581. Elderly" on May 24 and 25 at will be from 12-4 Monday May 28th
Friday afternoons at the Luck of the draw: The Preprofes- the Gainesville Hilton.The program open p.m. ,
Women's Gym. Come and master sional Service Organization will holda examines problems faced by elderly in observation of Memorial Day.

the self-defense techniques. Call Fei carnival and drawing inside the patients during hospital stays. Regular summer hours (M-F 8 a.m.4:30 p.m.)
395-8120. Oaks Mall June 2 and 3 to benefit the Anyone interested in working with
Cook-outThe: B'nai 'rithJewish Children's Miracle Network. Call the elderly is invited to attend.There will resume on Tuesday, May 29th.

student center is sponsoring a the PSO office at 3921510. is a$35 registration fee and studentscan
Jerusalem cook-out in honor of Yom Support group: Student Mental join. Call the VA at 374-6114.



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TUESDAY;MAY'22,1990,ALLIGATOR.3
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I Psychologist says prison life will damage Rowe I


'Hi. How ? Rush most passive prisoners follow he'll
By RONALD DUPONT JR. are you doing Goodbye actually
avoid attention, Krop said.
Alligator WriterA said.He
said that because a jury decided to try "If (passive prisoners) are going to get by,
mentally disturbed David Rowe, the Rowe as an adult, Sanders had little choice they withdraw and repress their feelings,
14-year-old found guilty of stabbing a UF but to follow state guidelines and send Roweto which is exactly one of David's problems,"
student 17 times, will probably be placed in prison.To Krop said."He needs to do just the opposite."
the worst type of environment for his condi- And
be properly cared for, Rowe needs to because Rowe is passive, other pris-
tion,offering little hope for a cure,a psychol- be in a residential treatment center, wherehe oners will tend to pick on him physically and f
ogist said Monday. can watched 24 hours a day, said Harry emotionally, forcing prison officials to move
Circuit Judge Elzie Sanders sentenced who examined Rowe him to a more secluded environment -
Krop, a psychologist
Rowe Friday to 17 years in prison for the several times. again something he does not need, Krop .b ay.
attempted murder of 21-year-old Stacy LaR-
But with Florida's of Being treated at the boys' prison is like said.But
occa. system giving the fight to get Rowe better treatmentis
time off their alleviate being treated on an out-patient basis, Krop
prisoners sentence to not over, Rush said. Although Rowe is
crowded jails, Rowe will probably only serve said. And it's not good enough for Rowe, a going to the boys' prison, run by the state's
five said his Robert Rush. basically passive boy who has trouble ex-
years, attorney, Health and Rehabilitative Services depart-
emotions he said.
Rowe will be placed in the Arthur G. pressing ment, Rush will !continue to push HRS to
Dozier School for Boys, a prison in north- He pointed to Rowe's attack on LaRocca, move Rowe to a residential treatment center. t
west Florida, where he will receive psycho- saying it was done to get attention,just likea But Krop said that doesn't appear possib-
logical treatment. But the treatment he child acts up to get attention-even if that ile because HRS doesn't have enough moneyto
receives there will not be what he needs, attention is a spanking. care for prisoners at such centers. ALLIGATOR PHOTO
his trial In March David Rowe
Rush said. Treatment for such a condition is atten- "David is a very disturbed person," Krop During ,
"Psychological treatment there means a tion, something he will get little of at the said. "He needs intensive work with a qual- speaks with his court-appointed guard-
counselor stops by once a week and says, prison. In fact, if Rowe follows the patternNew ified therapist"By Ian, David Saliwanchik.


provost chosen



from Johns Hopkins


Lombardi! has known Sorensenfor
By RONALD DUPONT JR.
more than two years and said
Alligator Writer
I interviews with faculty after the
Andrew Sorensen, a Johns Hop- initial search committee's recommendation
kins University associate dean who is what swayed him to
worked under UF choose Sorensen. "
President John Jane Brockmann,
Lombardi!, has been chapter president of
named UPs new provost the United Faculty of
the second- Florida, said
highest ranking job on Sorensen's experience
campus.As and ability to be
provost, blunt is what distinguished
Sorensen's duties will him from the
include being the aca- other finalists.
demic affairs vice "He's a no-non-
president and runningBy sense type of person,"
the university when Sorensenthe Brockmann said. "I'd
president is away. much rather have
The 51-year-old Pittsburgh,Pa. na- someone who is a bit blunt than
tive is scheduled to begin July 1 someone who you're not sure what
and will earn $165,000 annually. he's saying."
lombardi!, formerly the Johns
REGGIE GRANT-ALLIGATOR
Lombardi! said observationsabout
Hopkins University provost, chose Sorensen's direct manner is Amy Hood (right) from Dade County gets a hug from Dade coach Barbara Daniels after winningone
Gene Sorensen over and Interim administratorsfrom UF Provost something he has noticed, too. of the heats of the 100 meter walk at the Twentieth Annual Florida Special Olympic State
Hemp
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Games this weekend.Students.
the universities of Minnesota, I
Kentucky and Arizona. A provost "What you see is what you get
search committee chose the five which is one of his attractive help special gamesseveral
finalists from a field of 70 appli- characteristics," Lombardi! said.

cants. see Sorensen, page 10 REGGIE GRANT pics program has more than events as well as helping
12,500 registered athletes and with volunteer recruitment. "I've
Alligator Writer holds three games a year. Be- never seen people like this come
Group formed to help With the help of more than 300 sides the Spring Games held in out and give everything."
Gainesville-area volunteers-an Gainesville, the 1990 Winter Statewide, the Olympics have
estimated one-half of whom were', Games were held in Tallahassee 10 paid, full-time employees -
studentsthe UF students the UF campus in March, and the 1990 Summer three secretarial and seven professional -
HIV-positive hosted the Twentieth Annual Games are to be held in Jacksonville operating out of the
Florida Special Olympics State in July. All athletes receive main office in Tallahassee. The
PATRICIA LEE counselors and coordinators of Games this weekend for the first medals and ribbons for participating other 25,000 people involved in
Alligator Writer the group and a member of UPs time in 12 years. with the top three finishersin organizing and running the
AIDS,Task Force. Claudia Siders,volunteer coon each heat also receiving gold, games are volunteers.

Students who carry the AIDS Students who are HIV positive dinator for the Florida Special silver and bronze medals. Skip Koch, director of re-
virus, up to now Individuals scattered have been diagnosed as carriers of Olympics, said a variety of stu- UF student volunteers assisted source development for the Flor-
throughout campus,'will be the AIDS virus,and may or may not dents volunteered their time to with the 2,400.mental1y retarded ida Special Olympics, said the
able to meet and help each other actually have the disease: Because help out at the weekend's events. athletes who participated in three cost ofthe weekend's events was
through a new support group that carriers could develop AIDS at any "There's probably somebodyfrom days of Olympic-type sports. Sev- about $120,000. Without volun-
meets for the first time today. time, however, one of the group's almost every college on eral events were held across teers, Koch said, that figure
The group for HIV-positive students goals is to prepare them for problems campus: Siders said. 'You'd be Gainesville, including soccer at could have rocketed to more than
coordinated by Student they may encounter surprised where we're getting Citizen's Park, roller skating at $15 million.
Mental Health, will serve as a net- them from." the Sun Skate Center and horse- "I don't know where all these

work for information, counselingand The support group will offer students The Special Olympics, a non riding at Southern Showplace. volunteers came: from," Koch
education. counseling and inform themof profit organization,is the world's "Volunteer help has been out said. "We're very fortunate."

'The group was formed out of the resources available to them largest year-round sports train- standing," said Ron Simon, a Some of the UF students said
concern for students'mental health but its coordinators want studentsto ing program and competition for graduate student In adapted they volunteered because it sat-
and the long-standing commitment do most of the talking.see mentally retarded adults and chil physical education and special
UF has made to HIV-positive stu- Group page 9 -dren. The Florida Special Olym- training. Simon was in charge of see Special page 12

dents," said Wayne Griffin, one of



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(UPI) Israeli soldiers fired on incident.
rioting Palestinians Monday, killing three and wound Violence also spread to Arab neighborhoods around Village Park
ing more than 80 in a second day of violence in the Jerusalem.
Gaza Strip. The shooting came after seven Arab Seven Israeli soldiers and police were injured in the
workers were slain by an Israeli posing as a soldier, confrontations,while four Israeli civilians were injured \ i
said hospital officials and Palestinian sources. during stone-throwing incidents, military sources and \Y7French Quarter
Clashes between protesting Arabs and Israeli Army Radio reported.A .
authorities were reported in towns across Israel. Palestinian group in Lebanon, meanwhile,vowed
The U.N. Security Council announced that it would revenge for the killings of the Arab workers,as Israeli NOW LEASING FOR FALL
meet in New York Tuesday at the request of the Arab troops went on full alert in southern Lebanon, fearfulof
Group United Nations to discuss the Sunday slayings, retaliatory attacks. 2 Bedrooms starting at $35022!! month
which sparked bloody rioting in the Israeli-occupied "We will respond to violence with more violence
turn
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territories.The and we will avenge with God's will the blood of the or flats
Palestine Liberation Organization called Mon innocent martyrs," said the fundamentalist Islamic 3 pools 3 laundries Ceiling fans
day for U.N. observers to be sent to the occupied Jihad in a statement released to West Beirut Sunday. Study Hall Rec Hall 2 sem leases availA
territories in view of the "enormous violence" againstthe The Israeli military maintained curfews on the Gaza
Palestinian people. Strip, major West Bank towns and refugee camps run Student Community minutes from campus &shopping

And the U.S.State Department said it was disturbedby by the U.N.,confining more than 1 million Palestiniansto 999-1001 SW 16 Ave
the wholesale use of force by the Israeli army in their homes, but residents of the Gaza Strip widely 378-3771:
putting down the demonstrations."We defied the restrictions.In 9-4:30: Weekdays
regret the violence which occurred after this the Israeli Arab town of Nazareth, hundreds of
incident," said State Department spokesman Richard residents, most of them young, confronted
Boucher. "We're disturbed by the number of casual paramilitary and mounted police with stones and
ties inflicted by the Israeli army." Molotov cocktails as protests against Sunday's slay- = S
Boucher said the U.S. ambassador to Israel,William r .
Brown, met with Palestinian leaders in the Gaza Strip ings.Throughout the day, debris littered the commercial [C ZJ r' TMwmTruli".
and officials from the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem met district's main street,which was blocked by barricadesand ,
with Palestinians in the West Bank- discussing the burning tires set by Israeli Arab youths. V
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_ official killed in I 4002 Newberry Open Mon-Sat Rd. Plaza BAM-CtoUng West 372-7862
Former rioting 20 minutes In one ol our beds It the tame u 4-fl hour In lilt tun'

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down and killed a former town councilor Monday,then blacks in white areas. in all ovarian '
danced around his burning body during a second day Businessman Hennie Muller, owner of the local .This penetration remarkable of UVA fabric ray allows from the rAtr--I-ilia f1RU SUITS$S 1 I
of rioting in the black township of Thabong,witnesses body shop and leader of the extremist movement,said the sun equivalent that |L WiCoupoll.CETTHEM flO WHILE THEY lASTIIt
of a unblock No. 10 lotion. - -
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said.Nine
people have died and 40 have been injured in for a three-month suspension of the vigilante patrolswas GOOD FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR TANNING _
the two days of rioting, hospital officials said. off, following the violence in Thabong Sunday. [r Single Session;-]I [Month Unlimited I F 1 Week Unlimited I I II
Police set up roadblocks leading into Thabong, in "We are now not going to talk to anyone, not to
the heart of the country's gold-mining belt. Army Adriaan Vlok, and not tothe, police," Muller told I I $S. wlhaOen/ I 11 I $35.(a i /wl I;=ILS12.oo1LOfI" I !I /: I|
troops patrolled the perimeter in a bid to restore calm, reporters. "We are now going to protect ourselves.We : = L:= :'-" :
but witnesses reported scattered incidents of rock are already mobilizing to protect whites."
throwing and arson attacks.A A spokesman for the Law and Order Ministry called
former town councilor identified only as Phakathiwas the decision "very unfortunate," but police said they
tracked down by a mob, stabbed to death and were powerless to halt the vigilante patrols unless they STUDENT GOVERNMENT
doused with gasoline, witnesses said. As the body committed a crime.
burned, youths sang and danced around it, they said. Sunday's violence appeared to have been sparkedby 1--1
Black and white miners returned to work in the gold divisions in Thabong over the decision of com-
fields around Welkom and Thabong and productionwas munity leaders to end a two-week black consumer Applications are being acceptedfor
reported normal Monday. But racial tension in boycott of Welkom's white businesses, originally Cabinet Staff
the conservative town showed no signs of abating as called to protest the rise of white vigilantism. positions
two white victims of racial violence last week were Hundreds of blacks evidently opposed to the
buried. decision massed near the main entrance to Thabongwith o SG Bike Repair is now open

The extremist movement White Security, breakingan about 1,000 mineworkers preparing for work. Mon, Tues, Wed, Frl: 2-5, Thurs: 12-5
agreement with the government, deployed vigilantes After the miners left, according to police, youths New Location: West side of JWRU
on Welkom's streets Monday night and demanded hurled stones at police, drawing fire in selfdefense.. (On the terrace outside the games area)


TUITIONfrom state here than anywhere else," tain classes.
Bailey said. The people who are The Senate proposal also has For more information contact
page 1 already here are the ones that will problems, Reed said. Senators ap- Student Government 305 JWRU 3921665jSummer
increases came from the Florida be offended." proved a 6 percent surcharge that
Student Association, the state's Both the House and the Senate would tax dormitory rent and food
largest student lobby group. For proposed a 20 percent increase for and books bought on campus.The
the first time in its 13-year history, out-of-state. students. The Senate money from that tax would not go
FSA asked legislators to raise tuition approved a 15 percent increase for back to universities, but would be '
proposing an 8 percent increase in-state students, while the House spent on roads,prisons and human /: :: : > 90
for in-state students and a chose an 8 percent increase. services.: : '
18 percent increase for out-of-state Predictions abound over where Senators also. included in their //.t. : ::(,-:<: ?{::;, :
... Leisure Courses
.
,. .
students. .. ,. ,
the final tuition compromise will plan a 25 percent increase for pro- j< : : 4/; .
Rep. David Flagg,D-Gainesville, end, with Flagg estimating an In. fessional graduate students, Including \ r:':. i :"t:ti/;; 'k,".: t
said he agrees with FSA's idea because state increase will go no higher medical, law and dentistry \.d;'. i :"? legislators have an obliga- than 10 percent and Sen. George students. \;
tion to increase in-state students' Stuart, D-Orlando, saying it could Along with a tuition increase, J JB t tjMay; 21 May 25Leisure
tuition less than out-of-state stu reach the Senate mark of 15 percent Stuart said legislators will pass a ;
dents. Stuart is on the conference financial aid increase to ease the Course Guides Available At the
UF political science graduate committee that is debating the final burden..
student John who compromise.Reed Reitz Union Program Office.For .
Bailey, was a No matter what compromise leg
non-resident until last fall, said out- said the problem with the islators reach, tuition will go up more Information can 3921655.
of-state students are still getting a House's proposal is that it doesn't more next semester than it has in
good deal on their tuition. generate enough money for librar- the last two years. Lawmakers' in-
| It looks like out-of-state: stu- ies, lab equipment and new com- creased tuition by 8 percent last BACKPACKING WINDSURFING EDUCATIONAL COURSES <
dents are getting screwed, but puters. He also said that fewer year, and did not increase it at all AEROBICS BARTENDING COOKING a DANCE MUSIC
you're still paying a lot less out of sections would be.offered for c.er- in 1988. S ACTING 0 ORIENTAL CRAFTS ARTS AND CRAFTS AND MORE.



TUESDAY..MAY 22,1990.,ALLIGATOR. 5 {


'Amn r- stY'lets l te-payi ig- parking violators pay up I


By MELINDA CLARKSON pearance appointments. If the violators second notice is mailed, Doud said. If the days known so people have every opportunity
Writer missed their court appointments, nothing ticket remains unpaid, the file will be sent to pay their tickets without late fees."
Alligator happened. The tickets eventually were dis- to a credit reporting agency which gives the After June 1, notices including late fees
Gainesville parking violators have nine missed because of a lack of space, he said. offender a bad credit file, he said. will be mailed to the owners of ticketed

days left to pay off old parking tickets with- Doud said now that loophole. has been After three unpaid citations, cars will be vehicles. Every 10 days without responsewill
out having to pay late fees. eliminated. booted the next time they are ticketed and result in assessment of more fines.

Gainesville police are offering parking vi- "Any unpaid tickets the courthouse had .after five tickets they will be towed. Doud People with extremely large fines will be
olators a chance to pay for their tickets dismissed,we got back and have been in the said the fee to remove a boot Is $25 plus all taken to court Doud said. He said one man
during two weeks of"amnesty days"in which process of filing into our computers in orderto outstanding tickets and towing fees. has fines exceeding $1,400.

individuals can pay their outstanding tickets collect on them," he said. Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Doud said the state also may "freeze"
without assessed late fees until June 1. The Doud said tickets now have to be taken Darnell said technicians will have hand-held violators'license plates.The state of Florida

amnesty period began May 15 and will last care of within 72 hours by payment, court computers with outstanding ticket informa- has the power to freeze plates keeping
through May 31. request or filing an affidavit of defense which tion available. She said the computers are offenders from driving ticketed vehicles legally .

About 9,000 tickets, amounting to more means there was a true error in receivingthe not in yet, but should be in by May 31. or renewing their plates.

than $250,000 in revenue, are unpaid at the ticket. If one of the three options is not Darnell said other agencies have had am- Doud said violators can pay off their tick-

courthouse, said Jim Doud, Gainesville police exercised within the 72 hours, a $5 late fee nesty periods in the past to offer people a ets at the police station from 7:30: a.m. to 7
records manager.In will be added to the fine and a notice will be way to start fresh and encourage them to p.m rather than at City Hall. Violators who

November 1988, city officials revised sent to the person the ticketed vehicle is give back revenue owed to the city. wish to mail in their payments must include

parking ordinances, Doud said. As part of registered under.If "We wanted to give people a chance to pay the citation number and have the letter
the revisions in enforcement, a notice was the ticket still is not paid after another their tickets before the June 1 deadline,* postmarked by May 31. A 24-hour drop box
to be sent to offenders, including court ap- 10 days, another $5 fine is assessed and a Darnell said. "We want to make amnesty also is located outside the office.


Hunt Club developer




may lack vital permits t+ !1V


Hackman could not be reached
By MARGARET BERRY
Monday for comment.
Alligator Writer
Carter, of the Ad Hoc Coalitionto

Boca Raton developer Martin Save Paynes Prairie, said her

Hackman does not have the per- group plans to use the new infor-

mits needed to legally build on mation to get the case heard again.So f

Paynes Prairie, local environmentalist far,county commissioners have ,
ICU Carter said Friday. not wanted to put the case up for a t Ka
second appeal, for fear they could M
Hackman needs two water man-
be sued for holding development -
up
agement permits to build his 45-
Carter said.
acre Hunt Club community on the ,
had the correct
"Hackman never
western edge of the Prairie.
permits to build, so we believe the
St. Johns River Water Manage- county cannot in any way be held
ment District records show that liable with regard to stopping con-
Hackman does not have a permit struction on the Hunt Club proj-
for the amount of storm water run ect," Carter said. "We would hope I

off the development will cause,said that the county. will now respondto
lead engineer Tim Sagul. When what the public wants done."

David Clement sold the property to County Attorney Tom Bustin has
Hackman in 1987 he did not turn not yet decided whether he will

over the permit suggest a new hearing on the case,
ROBY PAGE-ALLIGATOR
The other permit,which controls county spokesman Steve Russell From left: Ruth Swanson Breeze Heller and Tamara Anderson watch the anti-abortion rally In
water quality, was issued on the said.Although acting Circuit Judge
property by the Department of En- Tom Elwell gave a written decision Gainesville Saturday.Mothers'.
vironmental Regulation in 1984. last week saying Hackman had the

But Pat Reynolds, manager of the right to build on the property, Carter walk draws protest
Gainesville DER branch, said she said his decision was based on
wasn't sure if the permit would the information that the developerhad
apply to Hackman, a new owner. all the proper permits. IJ DANA GROOTENBOER Gainesville Community Plaza at At the Gainesville CommunityPlaza
and the crowd heard
Alligator Writer about 3:30: Pastor Arnold Lastiriger
speakers and sang songs. welcomed the crowd and announced
Congressional hopefulstill Although organizers said the As participants walked, they that there were 200

purpose of the Fifth Annual Walk shouted "pro-life." The counter more people at the walk than at
for Life was to honor mothers demonstrators, who marched last year's.
lacks and celebrate life, about 25 pro- with them carrying"Make Abortion
signaturesBy
choice advocates demonstratedat Legal" and "ProChoice"signs While the crowd sang Amer-

the march, which began 2:30: responded with shouts of ica the Beautiful,"the prochoice
MATTHEW SAUER the Sixth Congressional District, Sunday at the Gainesville Mall. '. "pro-choice." demonstrators started walking
which includes Alachua and MarIon directorof of the around the Plaza with their signsin
Alligator Writer Lois Anne O'Malley, Paul Fertig, one pro-
counties."I Gainesville Right to Life, the choice demonstrators, said their the air.
Former UF and SFCC student have around 2,000 signatures
group that sponsored the event, purpose was not to overshadowthe
LaMonte.White will announce his now"White said. "The reason I'm One anti-abortionist tried to
said the walk was not an anti- anti-abortionists.
candidacy for the U.S. announcing now is to abortion demonstration. "We agree with them that grab one of the signs, but was
House of Representatives let people know I'm stopped by a police officer.
The main purpose was to motherhood is a wonderful thing,
today at 11 a.m. running and get the
honor mothers. That's why we but we believe motherhoodcomes
of the
Roy Jerrell, pastor
drive into
of the signature
in UPs Plaza
"
'A. high had a working mother as a from choice, Fertig said.: Northwest Baptist Church, and
Americas. The gear.traditionaldate speaker: she paid "If the opposition "If mothers don't have a choice, Amy Wellborn-Vming, a colum
White,a 25-year-old Pal- for qualifying for wants to make more of it, it's slavery." nist for the Florida Catholic,
Democrat from .. business." said in the the
atka,is running for the .. .... the ballot has been that's their O'Malley past spoke during the rally.Wellborn-
.' May 4, but due to a About 500 parents and children walk was held on Mother's Day. Vining spoke as a working
Sixth CongressionalDistrict
that read But she said most mothers
misunderstandingamong carrying signs pre- mother and said people have to
seat presentlyheld Florida legislators "Choose Life, Abortion Kills" ferred to spend that day at home stand up for the children.
by Republican 1. walked east along Northwest with their families, so the date
Cliff Stearns. statutes candidates man- 23rd Avenue' then south on was changed.. Every time one of the speakers

White date. Northwest Sixth Street. Walkers asked people to spon- mentioned the word "choice",
White is gatheringthe by June 4..
6,127 signatures necessary to qualify ''They then turned east on' sor them before the walk and the pro-choice demonstrators

qualify for the September primaryin If successful in his signature Northwest Eighth Avenue until money- minus the cost of the started yelling "pro-choice.
lieu,of paying the $5,000 filing drive White will face Tavares attor- they reached Northeast First event-will go to a post-abortion After the song, everybody left
must be from the Street. The march ended at the support group, she said. peacefully.
fee. Signatures see Candidate, page 10
204,000 registered Democrats in 1



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6,ALLIGATOR TUESDAY,MAY 22,1990


OPINIONSMajority






He hasa touched the

doesn't j jW cookies


II I-
need protectionWelcome I ( I


back to UF and the racial rollercoaster. On % A i

the one hand we have the average student who, for the

most part, doesn't really see the color of his friend's skin.

On the other, we have the extremists, who find it neces-
sary to brag about and flaunt their certain-hued rights. ;4, s ei

The 10 members of the White Student Union have pick-

ed themselves up by their collective bootstraps after last

semester's vocal war and started a membership drive.
They have denounced their ties to white supremacist

groups more times then they care to remember and main-

tain that they are a support group for white students who

have been subject to racism.

Just another support group. Society permits and con- M
dones thousands of them. UF has dozens, including the kI(1NNsTIMIq( (

Black Student Union, Hispanic Student Association and

National Organization for Women.So .
Tuition increase excessiveThe
why haven't more white students taken advantage of plans

this support group? Could it be that there really isn't that
state Legislature is winding down its 60-day\
much racism against whites? Or maybe it's that most session. On June 1, due to constitutional constraints, > Michael Browne
white students don't think the majority needs a support the Florida Senate and House of Representatives will H
group. Maybe they feel that no matter how sophisticatedthe complete the budget for the next fiscal year. IGHER EDUCATIONsomething

talk and convincing the idea, white students don't There are many issues that concern students in about it.

need to be protected against the minority.Few higher education. However, the two that will hit Your student senators are organizing a letter writ-

minorities used to fight the majority and now that proposed students most 6 percent are the surcharge raising on of dormitories tuition and and the Ing campaign to tell them how you feel about these
unjust fee increases. I am asking to join in this
you
some are, the majority feels slighted. And that's when books, as well as other university services.I .
that show the and
campaign, so we can strength
things get scary. The majority can do just about anythingit I do not support the surcharge because it is an concerns of our student body.
chooses when it has been slighted. That's why the Bill unfair tax on students, who do not have a great deal Please write or call the conference committee
of Rights, 'and especially the First Amendment, was writ- of money, and because the money collected will not members and tell them that you aren't a member ofa
ten to protect the rights of the minority from the go to higher education. Rather, it will go to things multi-million dollar special interest,but that you area
such as prisons and the Department of Health and voter with and members who
wants and wishes of the majority in many more respects Rehabilitative Services. parents family are
than voters too. Let them know that you, or many of your
race. The Florida Student Association, of which I am friends, have financial problems that are not always
A small minority actually one guy has gotten the chairman, endorsed an 8 percent in-state tuition Increase covered by financial aid. Explain to them that 15
majority of this country in such an uproar that they wantto with an 18 percent out-of-state increase be- percent is too much of an increase in one year.
change the constitution. Many people are calling for a cause we feel we need more financial aid and academic If the student lobby is going to increase its exposureand
constitutional amendment to outlaw flag burning becausethe advisement, as well as new facilities and smaller class effectiveness, it will be because of students like
sizes. However, we feel that these are the highest yourselves who are willing to make a stand on issues
Supreme Court said people could do it in protest. The
possible Increases, with respect to inflation, that a that affect you and your peers.
Court did the right thing when it permitted flag burning, student can afford. You may call my office at 392-1665 if you need the
believe it or not. In so doing, it did not condone or sup- The state Senate wants 15 percent in-state increases names, addresses and phone numbers of legislators.I .
port the act,it just gave people the right to do it. 20 percent out-of-state increases and 25 per. I truly appreciate your initiative and concern.

But now the majority are not happy with the Court's cent increases for professional schools. This is truly Michael Browne is UF student body president andcurrent
unacceptable. Now is the time for us to unite and do chairman
of the Florida Student Association.
decision and (this is the scary part) they want a constitu- I
tional amendment. Strong popular opinion has the poten- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ---- I i

tial to trash the Constitution.A stalked by some slobbering, 250-
Waiting period
fundamental point of the Constitution and this pound paroled rapist, and having Death penalty is

country is to let people behave as they wish, as long as favors criminalsEditor to the wait government three days would and nights allow before immoralEditor
,
their behavior does not take away the rights of others. the lawful citizen you
: The typical National Rifle to acquire the let.
: The author of a recent
Forming a group and fighting for a cause is certainly Association-bashing cartoon in the means to protect yourself? ter to The Alligator was supposedly
within everyone's rights. There is no constitutional issue May 17 Alligator suggests that the It is for these reasons that so referring to an article against the
here. The real test is taking place now in the WSU's editors disapprove of the NRA's many Americans, through grass death penalty that appeared in your
membership drive. position of opposing a waiting roots organizations like the NRA, paper when he suggested that the
period before one may buy a gun. such the
oppose ineffective of con
and unfair "systematic reasoning
The members of the White Student Unionare
anticipated It is important to understand proposals. What they propose instead scientious liberal only takes deter
the majority white students. But perhaps the why "the gun lobby," (apparentlythe are real anti-crime measures, rence and cost effectiveness into
beliefs of the actual membership isn't a majority at all. majority of Americans, given such as mandatory sentencing, mind when evaluating the death
the historical failures of most anti- elimination of parole and a reduc- penalty:
gun proposals), takes this positionon tion of plea-bargaining for violent Perhaps he forgot to read the
alligator Editor this issue. criminals. headline and main focus of the
Waiting periods have proved argument: the death penalty is im
Lucy Chabot over and over to have no effect Unfortunately, criminals' rights moral.
Managing Editor Opinions Editor whatsoever crime seem more important
on shootings or today than The author talks about justice
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella suicides in places where they have the rights of victims. Fortunately, and about the punishment fitting
long been in effect The only thing there are groups like the NRA who the crime.
Letters Policy they do for certain is unfairly delay feel otherwise.
Utter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be law-abiding citizens from Do we burn arsonists'houses or
typed, double-spaced and signed They should Include I typed name, address end telephone obtainingguns. Ted A. Avellone sodomize rapists?
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call Santo Fe Community College Andrea Alvarez
the editorial page editor at 3764458._. Could you Imagine being

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TUESDAY,MAY 22,1990,ALLIGATOR 7




I I Florida's undefeated rebels rise againBy ad Review dispute wins t



ROBERT RAULERSON
ai (4 N. 4v
Alligator Writer

The killing stopped that day. 4n against UFBy

On May 20,1865, Confederate Col. JohnJ.
Dickison, Second Florida Cavalry, for.
mally surrendered his command to Union MIKE BRUSCELL
forces at Waldo, Florida.The Confederates Alligator Staff Writer

stacked arms, turned in all military prop- UF will allow newspapers to post advertisements
erty and were given paroles. on campus boxes if the boxes
Four years of bloody civil war had ended. meet size requirements, a UF official said
Florida's soldiers were able to return to Monday.The .
their long-neglected farms and families.In decision ends a dispute between UF
his farewell address to the men, Col. and Florida Review publisher Joe Thomasover
Dickison said, "I'm proud to say we were previous advertising rules. In December -
never whipped -just overpowered." r Thomas removed Volkswagen ads

About 60 historical re-enactors, from the 4 a> from the Review's boxes after UF threat-
147th New York and the Second Florida ened to remove the boxes. Ads could only
Cavalry units, commemorated the 125th be posted on campus bulletin boards, said
anniversary of the end of the Civil War in UF Interim Administrative Affairs Vice
Florida with a re-enactment at Waldo last President Gerald Schaffer.But .

weekend. Thomas argued that other newspa- ..
University police Officer Tony White, of pers with campus boxes, such as The
Lake Butler, who helped coordinate the Gainesville Sun, advertise by announcing ,
event, said the Waldo surrender was last coverage of sporting events.He threatenedto
commemorated in 1965. He said he regret sue UF unless officials either enforcedthe
ted this neglect of Florida's historical past. rule on'all papers, or let all papers
"We feel these events are important and advertise.
ROBERT RAULERSON
they should be remembered," White said. Civil War re-enactors fire a 21-gun salute Saturday to fallen confederate soldiers After discussing the dispute with UF
White said he hopes to see the Waldo who lie burled in the Old Waldo Cemetery in Waldo. The event marked the 125th attorneys, Schaffer informed Thomas in a
ceremony become an annual affair, with a letter dated May 14 that the Review could
anniversary of the surrender of Florida's rebel forces."If
mock battle staged on the scene. resume advertising if the boxes didn't ex-
Authentic reproductions of Union and there is something we can pass on to Sam Jones,who commanded the Confederate ceed 50 inches in height. Schaffer said
Confederate camps were erected in Waldo the next generation, it might be this: Holdon forces in Florida, called the report "a Monday that Review advertising should be
Town Park. A crowd of about 100 people to the past. Be proud of your heritage," damned Yankee lie!" similar in size to ads on the front of Sun J
browsed the tents and Hook said. boxes.
among wagons
The true however and Col.
report was ,
where swords, muskets, uniforms, mess The event's finale occurred on Sunday "I think all we're saying is that if all the
Dickison found himself in the peculiar sit
kits and other original Civil War artifactswere with the re-enactment of Col.! Dickison's advertising that's done is done in that
uation
of having won all the battles but lost
displayed. surrender of the Second Florida Cavalry. fashion, then I don't have any problem with
the war. He led his troops to Waldo and
Memorial services were held Saturdayfor Dickison became a living legend duringthe that," Schaffer said.
surrendered on May 20, 1865. One of the
Civil War veterans buried in Old Waldo war, and poems, songs and stories swords actually surrendered on that day Thomas said boxes outside Library East,
Cemetery. Blue and Gray enactors fired a celebrate his cunning and bravery. was present at the re-enactment Sunday. the law school and the college of journalism -
21-gun salute and read a roll of soldiers' Mary Elizabeth Dickison, his wife, pro- and communications are about 15
names. vides a thorough recounting of Dickison's Re-enactor Clark Williams, who com- inches too tall, and will either be repairedor
Chaplain Ken Hook then delivered a exploits in her book "Dickison and His mands the Union 47th New York,said there replaced.The .
brief eulogy. Hook is a member of Re- Men,"written after the war. were a number of original weapons presentat Review will resume advertising with
enactor's Missions for Jesus Christ, an organization Throughout the war Dickison and his the re-enactment, but most participantsbuy its next issue, Thomas said. However,
that provides chaplains to Union men were so successful that they were replicas. He said muskets are the most Thomas said UF was indecisive for too long ;
and Confederate re-enactment units unable to believe the news of Gen. RobertE. expensive piece of equipment a re-enactor about the ad policy and discriminated
throughout the country. Lee's surrender on April 9, 1865. Gen. must buy.THEY'RE against the Review.


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8.ALLIGATOR TUESDAY,MAY 22,1990 I II


I .

Andrew Sorensen Appointed UF Provost 1


UNIVEOP OP OProduced Vice President For Academic AffairsAndrew


Sorensen, currently associate became vice president for academic affairsin
dean of the Johns Hopkins School of 1975, was Florida's first provost, hav-
Hygiene and Public Health, has been ing received the additional title in 1985
ANDREW from then UF President Marshall Criser.
named UF effective July 1.
provost
by UF Information and Publications Services 355 senior associate
.,. SORENSENWill Gene Hemp, vice presi-
Hall, and lor usual "I am very pleased to announce that Dr.
Tigert paid at advertising' rates to communicate
dent of academic affairs, has served as in-
official' notices and important information to Sorensen has accepted the position of provost
students,(acuity and stall Call 392 0186'for information and vice president for academic af- Become terim provost for the past year.A .
fairs," said UF President John Lombard! UF's native of Pittsburgh, Pa., the 51yearold -
"He brings to the position a wealth of ex- Second Sorensen earned a bachelor's degreein
perience from both public and private in- Provost history from the University of Illinois
Computer SeminarsSet stitutions. He will be a critical member of July 1 and a bachelor of divinity degree in ethics
the administrative team to take the Univer- from Yale University. After obtaining a
For Faculty sity of Florida to its next level of greatness." master of public health degree from the
Sorensen also serves as executive direc- University of Michigan in 1966, he went
A&P PersonnelThe tor of the AIDS Institute at Johns on to earn master's ((1970)) and doctorate
Hopkins. Dr. Allen Neims, dean of UF's ((1971)) degrees in medical sociology from
Faculty Support Center for Com- College of Medicine, describes him as "a Yale University.
puting is offering summer-term computer world's authority on health policy,health Sorensen succeeds Robert Bryan, who Following teaching stints at Lincoln
seminars for faculty, A&P: personnel and education and research, especially in the stepped down in March 1989 to serve as University, Cornell University and the
post-doctoral associates. The center, at area of AIDS." UF s interim president. Bryan, who University of Rochester School of Medi-
2215 Turlington Hall, is open from 8:30: cine and Dentistry, Sorensen served as
a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. The Macintosh professor and director of the School of
classroom, located in 521 Weil Hall, is Students Must Show Proof Of Measles Public Health at the University of Massa-
only during scheduled seminar chusetts at Amherst from 1983 until 1986.
open hours. Registration is required for the Booster In Fall; Vaccine Available NowEffective He has served in his present position at
hands-on lessons by calling 392-7249 or Johns Hopkins for the past four years.WEDNESDAY .
stopping by the center. A UP ID card anda fall semester, UF will require a second, or "booster," shot for measles for
picture ID are required for registration.May all new and returning students born in 1957 or later. Students who are not vaccinated '-
and June seminars are listed below: may have their class schedules withheld. Effective spring semester 1991, students THIS/
USING DOS-FUNDAMENTALS-May without documented proof of immunization with two shots of measles vaccine will NEXT WED
23,1to3 be unable to register.In CAM US S
USING WORDPERFECT 5.0-Section addition, the Board of Regents is recommending voluntary compliance with this
1: Lesson 1, May 23, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m., second measles immunization by all faculty and staff born in 1957 or later.
and Lesson 2, May 25, 9:30: to 11:30 a.m. Under the new policy, all UF students must have an updated mandatory health form,
ADVANCED WORDPERFECT 5.0-Sec- including information on the first dose of measles vaccine and the dose of rubella(Ger-
tion 1: Lesson 1,June 4, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m., man measles)vaccine.Health forms are available at the Infirmary, the Admissions Of-
and Lesson 2, June 6, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. fice and Station 2 of the Registrar's Office. All forms must be returned to the Registrar's
USING LOTUS 1-2-3-Section 1: Office, where they will be clocked in and forwarded to the Student Health Service. TENNIS DOUBLES TOURNEY sup
Lesson 1, May 22, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m., and Vaccinations may be obtained at private physicians'offices,local health departmentsor deadline, for men's and women s UF
Lesson 2, May 24, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. UF's Student Health Care Center. The charge for the triple MumpsMeaslesRubellavaccine Recreational Sports Department tourna-
USING dBASE IV-Section 1: Lesson 1, at Student Health Service is $28. ment on May 30, 214 Florida Gym, call
May 30, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, Permanent exemptions will be given to persons who were born in 1956 or earlier, 392-0581 for information.
June 1, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. who have a physician's certificate stating they have had the clinical disease measles,
MACINTOSH MICROSOFT WORD who have a copy of a blood test showing they are permanently immune to measlesor WEDNESDAY
4.0-Section 1: Lesson 1, May 22, 1 to 3 who have had a life-threatening reaction to eggs or neomycin antibiotic.Temporary THROUGH FRIDAY
p.m., and Lesson 2, May 24, 1 to 3 p.m. deferment will be granted to pregnant women.It .
MACINTOSH GRAPHICS-Section 1: is mandatory that students follow this procedure to : outbreak of measlesat "SOMETHING IN THE AIR FEELS
Lesson 1,June 5,1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson UF in spring 1991. For more information, call the Infirmary at 392-1161. LIKE TOMORROW,"musical productionby
2, June 7,1 to 3 p.m. the musical theater class of P K. Yonge
Laboratory School, features middle and
high school students, 7:30 p.m. nightly,
UF Jewish Studies
P.K. Yonge auditorium, 1080 S.W. 11th
St. Tickets, $3 at the door. Proceeds
Center Receives Gift
4-12 OW benefit P.K. Yonge theatrical program.

I For Lecture SeriesUF's 1t CONTINUINGPRINT

Center of Jewish Studies plans to EXHIBIT, "Women of the Press:
expand its curriculum and sponsor lec- Contemporary Prints from Women Pub-
tures about the Holocaust with a$50,000 '
lishers, featuring American prints pub-
gift from a Miami businessman. lished by women-owned firms and selectedfor
David Rich, a 1960 graduate of UF's 1989 International Biennial of Graphic
College of Business Administration, 17 in
Arts in Yugoslavia, through June
established the Harry Rich Visiting Professorship University Gallery, S.W. 13th St., 9 a.m.
Endowment in Holocaust
to 5 weekdays, 1 to 5 Sundays.
p.m. p.m.
Studies in honor of his father, founder ofa
Miami carpet business.
Harry Rich spoke at a recent gift presentation Geriatric Centers
about his search through post-
World War n Europe for family members Sponsor ConferenceA
condemned to Nazi concentration camps.
Warren Bargad, director of the center, conference entitled "Common Prob-
said the gift will enable the center to in- lems of Hospitalized Elderly: Detection,
vite prominent scholars to lecture on the Management and Prevention" will be
Holocaust and will provide funds for presented Thursday and Friday at the
films, colloquia and conferences. Gainesville Hilton. The conference is
sponsored by the Geriatric Research,
aose Preview 90 Staff Begins SessionsSix Education and Clinical Center (GRECC)
Ott For University in the Department of Veterans Affairs
als News & InformationUNIVERSITY UF students have been selected to serve on the Preview '90 Management Team Medical Center and UF's Geriatric Educa-
for the 32nd annual Freshman Summer Orientation Program,which begins this week. tion Center and College of Nursing.
The team supervises the program, designed for more than 4,200 freshmen and parents Registration fee for the conference,
who will visit the UF campus: during two-day orientation sessions. Team members, designed for professionals In pharmacy,
UP D from left to right are: Dawn Peters, communications director; Penny Reddish, senior nursing, psychology, social work and
secretary;Carter Andersen, administrative coordinator: ; Vicki Weiner,editor of Directions medicine,is $125. UF faculty and students
; Dionna Doss, graduate assistant; and Dana Draper, student director. The register for $35. .
Preview program Is under the supervision of Assistant Dean Mary Carnegie. (UF photo For registration and schedule informa-

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Alligator Writer munity on other programs such as Career make-up artist Elaine Smith said. they want, what their needs are," said Linda
Shadowing and Commercial Recycling. "Our business has been involved in Expo Lewis, co-coordinator of the group.
Gainesville residents got a taste of local Expo '90 covered both floors of the for the past three years and it's always Lewis and Griffin,both doctoral candidatesin
business this weekend,as more than 26,000 O'Connell Center with everything from Al- helped us gain popularity in the business counseling education, want students to
people sampled everything from steamed' achua Marine sport fishing boats to Youth community," she said. freely express their concerns and experi-
vegetables to free popcorn at Expo 90. Soccer ba1ls.Residents.
About 270 Gainesville merchants pro- Joseph Cook Photography promoted its ences.
moted their businesses at the O'Connell said they were interested not new prism system of photography through. "We want it to be a network of individualsfrom
Center this weekend in conjunction with only in learning about local businesses,but half-price specials. whom they can learn,"said Griffin,cam-
National Small Business Week. winning one of the more than 300 drawingsfor The prism system allows people to see pus minister for the Disciples and Presbyterian -
Local businesses want to stay in touch exhibition prizes and giveaways."I've their pictures on-screen without having to Student Center.
with the people while continuing to developthe been here two hours now and I'm wait three weeks for proofs. "Ideally, the group will show them how to
economic progress of the community, hoping for that Grand Prize AT&T Wireless nurture and sustain relationships and see
The Fred Bear Museum and Co.
said Rick K. Mulligan, director of Expo'90. Security System," Gainesville resident Bill Archery what resources are available," Griffin said.
Mulligan said he thought of the idea for Terry said.Although. booth attracted people with a 15-foot,
Expo when he began working for the stuffed Alaskan Kodiak bear behind the The group will meet every Tuesday for 1
Gainesville Area Chamber of. Commerce in Terry has lived in Gainesvillefor table. Director of the Fred Bear Museum 1/2 hours. Only those diagnosed as being
1983. 40 years, it was his first time visiting Frank T.-Scott told an audience how the HIV positive are allowed in, and all must go
The first Expo was small including only Expo. Terry said he was especially inter bear was recycled. through a screening interview before attend.
ested in the mechanical businesses.
computer and technical machine' busi- "When the bear was killed in 1960, the ing any sessions.
nesses, he said. Merchants said they got involved to pro- meat went to an Eskimo family,and we used Those interested in participating in the next
Today the Chamber of Commerce has mote their businesses. Expo '90 provides a the bear again as a display in the museum," session can contact Linda Lewis at 3921171for
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SORENSENfrom University's School of Hygieneand But many instructors have said Sorensen's effort s will not just CANDIDATEfrom
page 3 Public Affairs. He also servesas too much emphasis is placed on be felt at Brockmann said.She page 5
executive director of the research, forcing teachers to added his knowledge of AIDS and
Sorensen,contacted Monday at university's AIDS Institute. spend too much time on that in- his continuing involvement with ney Jane Wollin and Gainesville
Johns Hopkins, laughed out loud Sorensen said he plans to teacha stead of working more with stu- groupd outside Johns Hopkins,including lawyers Paul Rothstein and Art
about the way people were de- course at UF that will compare dents. Sorensen said that's an a support group for Johnson in the Democratic pri-
scribing him. AIDS policies and education issue that must be worked out. batteres women, will make him a mary.
"Yes, yes, I've been called can- sending a message to faculty that key figure in the community. White is a former UF and SFCC
did, straight-shooting," he said. he doesn't simply plan to be an "How do you balance commit- Sorensen said he will move to student majoring In political science
Sorensen began his academic administrator without knowingwhat ment to research with the" teach- Gainesville with his wife, Donna, and history. He worked as an
career in 1966 at Lincoln Univer- its like to be an instructor."I ing responsibilities? said who 11 and intern in the offices of Sen.Edward
and his two sons, are
sity, then went on to Cornell Uni- think it's important we prac- Sorensen, who works at thenation's 17 years old. A former college Kennedy and Rep. Chester Atkins
univer-
versity and the University of tice what we preach," he said. largest research wrestler, Sorenson likes to watch and as an aid for the Committee on

Rochester In 1983,the Universityof After speaking with faculty, sity. sports,and he jogs every morning.He House Administration.He .
Massachusetts at Amherst Sorensen said he learned that the Other issues facing faculty in-
named him director of the Schoolof most pressing issue facing facultyis clude efforts to give them more also loves to ski-snow ski also served as an executive
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Three years later, he was jobs. To gain tenure UF requires and the ongoing controversyover question is: Can I make a sive Politics-a political watchdog
named the associate dean for aca- faculty to do research, as well as the power and influence of transition from snow to water?"he organization that monitors campaign
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LOGANfrom cial group in existence,"Jones said. he says around them is biased and can't help it if at times I misperceive. operation.
"He doesn't know how to conduct wrong,"Merkle said."How do kids ."
page 1 "If there few
are a parents com- "
himself in front t of children. He has know better?"
any Logan denied every other plaining, we'll look'' into it,"
children have received excellent brought a lack of integrity to our But Logan said his jokes are charge in Bums' letter lack of Sandeen said. "It's certainly our
care, but add that they wish they staff." simply meant as jokes, nothingmore. accident reports, misappropriationof responsibility." I
had been told they could serve as Jones recalled an incident when Logan said he has apolo- money teacher neglect, not informing
representatives.Most some staff members took a trip to gized for his remark about the backof ;parents of their rights and Ken Morris recently withdrew I

of the parents and Tennessee and Logan remarked the bus. that his "jokes" are racist and his daughter from the nursery because 1

teachers'complaints center around that Jones, a black woman; would ,"I made a joke" Logan said. "I said no teachers or parents have he said she was continually
Logan and his administration.Baby have to get on the back of the bus. agree now it was misspoken but I ever complained to him. neglected and has come home with I
Former teacher Kathy Merkle had no racial intent." But Jones, Burns and Merkle scratches on her face that may I
Gator teacher Noni!Jones, who said she resigned because of Logan said that was the only said they approached Logan numerous develop into permanent scars. He
who has worked at the for
center "corruption and deceit" at the cenT racial incident in his four-year termas times and asked him to said he approached Logan more
five years, said Logan's "jokes"about ter said Logan continually asked nursery director and added he change his manner and conduct, than 15 times and asked for answers

women,blacks,Koreans and her why she was not married or believes that's not a bad track re- but no changes were ever made. but Logan "continually put I
many other ethnic groups borderon pregnant.Merkle said she watchedas cord. He said it's unfortunate that Sandeen said he has met with us off. I
vicious.
Jones said she has witnessed
Logan saying these Logan made fun of children who. his sarcasm is not seen simply as concerned parents in the past and "It's a real let down," Morris
sarcastic
jokes in front of. children. had runny noses or had accidentsin sarcasm but as racial comments. added that although the center may said. "You'd think something run
their pants."Children "Look I'm a white man living ina have some occasional difficulties, by the university would be better I
"He says things about every ra don't know that what white man's world," he said. "I he believes the nursery is a good than this." .

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Kristi Barnette, a sophomorefrom "Everyone's just glad to be health and human performance "Other than having a short
from page 3 Queenstown, Md., said the here,"Wong said. student hadn't from had Miami much,who admittedhe to meter stick (to measure distancein
exposure
time she volunteered was worth it. "It's really competitive out here, be- the softball throw) it's been
handicapped people
isfied laboratory hours in their education mentally great. said Ed Salek a freshman
everyone wants to do their best, "
or health and human per "They all want to win,but if they said UP basketball guard Renaldo fore. "I'd definitely do it again. from Hollywood Fla.
formance courses. don't I haven't heard or seen one Garcia, a senior sociology student Dominique Beauliere a sopho-
Others just did it for fun. that is not happy with what they've from Tampa."It's really good to see more from New York, had never Altogether Siders summed up
done which was rewarding," she volunteered to work with mentally
them get a chance to get into the the Olympics as being very successful
"It's much fun because
so said. before and
you handicapped people
limelight a little bit and receive with some words from one
get so much out of just looking at do it
said she'd definitely again.
awards for their talents because a of the athletes that participated
the athletes compete said Mau Tessie Wong, a senior health
reen Reis, a senior health and and human performance student lot of kids out here" really have "The kids are very inspiring," during the weekend:
human performance major from from New York also said the athletes some special talents. Beauliere said. "They have lots of
Boca Raton. "They're having the didn't seem loo worried about "I}think it was definitely good for energy and they all want to give it This was a totally awesome ex-
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necessary.
7 := Real> Estate. ,''/ : Reitz Union Cashier's Office 372.3060 1 br, tile bath very large, clean, private.
::'"' ) M.F lIam.llpm TOWER OAKS CONDOI 2 bdr/2 ba, New carpet, a/c unit gas heat. Rent Includes

9.." 'Motorcycles... ...: Sat ( Sun Closed 5-22-1-1 wa/dry screened porch w/yard ceiling water, sewer ft garbage. No pets.
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At. fans auto-Ice $22S/mo. 422 NW 7th St. Apt. C. 378-
.. Medical Bookstore, ShandsM maker.$385/mo. 332-
(Wanted:;,;:: .(: F, 8 am 4.30 pm FOR RENT: 7410lv mess. 5-29-5-2 5449. 5-22-2-20PT1 -

Services: 1 By Mall: 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance Wlndmeadows Apts., 2 bdr/2 ba, $490/mo/
to UF, 1210 NW ,11 Ave. Dishwasher + dep., avail. Aug 1. 336-7852 Iv. mes

12. ,Typing Services Use the forms Alligator.appearing Sorry weeklyIn no cash by to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280, cent. air. Office: 411 I NW 15th St. sage. 6-14-8-2
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse Sec. 3717777. 52952.
$440
13 Help.Wanted mail MC. VISA, or checks only. Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. May rent free, you pay rest of summer! I
Villager West: Quiet 1 bd on cul-de-sac bdr. spacious apt., Summerplace Apt.,
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3l8.' 1110. 8-20-25-
2 1 story: no noisy neighbors above! 800 near UF. Furn.8247, unfurn.$237._ 377-
1 15 Personals r$ V;:' Payment by VISA or Mastercard NW 18 Ave (Take 9 St. N. from 18 Ave) 9270. 5-29-3-2 J
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ONLY. Five dollar
minimum Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet 3717777. 5-29-8-2 .
16 ..Connections! MF8304pm. washer/dryer available In most units for GREAT LOCATION! Cozy I BR apt. $

17, : NotiCes '.:\ -' .., $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 & 2 Bath Huge bd, 2 bth & 1 bd's. Bel, Air 636 NW blocks from campus. Cheap utilities, cool
: : 26 Ave. Spacious grounds, magnificentoaks. atmosphere. 371-4245 Leave message.
o How to correct $250-$350, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 8-20-

18': : Rides:;i)'!: : cancel ad 25-2 3717777. 5-29-5-2 5.17.2.2

19 / Pets > your : 2 bdr. house, porch, a/c heat, 1948 NW 31
.: < SPACIOUSONE Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth, just 3 blks N of UF,
20 : Lost 4 Found Cancellations BEDROOM APT. very very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College Ave, $400/mo./ 495-9024. 5-24-4-2

.. : .;; )rf'.:. : ONLY $263MO.LYONS Park Properties. 3717777. 5-29-S-2
: Call 373 FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4 pm
APT MOBILE HOMES:
No refunds cm be given. 4000 SW 20TH AV. 177-6797 APTS AVAILABLE NOW
8-20-25-2 3 FOR RENT/SALE '.
o When will your ad run? Alligator errors: 1 BR efficiency, ,bike to campusoff
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. INCREDIBLE SW 34 St., patio, air
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before Efficiency Apt. $240 1972 1 bdr/ I ba mobile home for sale
Located In Hawthorne, on Green Pond.
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY at $18S
Classifieds will begin TWO Starting $1100 obo- call 378-6950 ANYTIME! 5-
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY .Starting at $235 / 2 B.droomMEADOWCREST 2 BR country setting, off 34 StJ20 Ave
24-4-3
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected great for pets quiet, wooded

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. 378-3188 $275

Union or Shands take No refund or credits can be given after 375-3881 SUBLEASE:
may placing !the ad. Changes called In alter 82025.2 3 BR/2BA luxury condo, split plan
THREE days to apPear.. Ads the first day will not be compensated. spotless, pool, washer-dryer 4 HOUSE/APT. I
may run for any length of time "Check Our New Specials'All $675
Customer error or changes: Amenities Available Sublet master Bdrm for aummer. Male or
and be cancelled at any time. Corrections must be made in person at FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 1 BR near 34 St. Plaza, carpet, air Female. Mount Vernon. 1757 mo. + 1/2 1

Sorry, but there can be no. re- The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. Roommates Available barbeque, won't last utilities. Close to campus. Call Scott
funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction tee. We're No. I $240 336-0557 Iv. msg. 5-24-4-4
I
REGENCY OAKS

378-5768 2 BR. Inside utility, quiet area Walk to school! Summer sublet 1/2 block
3230 SW Archer Road central air, mini's from campus. 2 bdrs In 3 bdr house.
COUNTRY GARDENS $350 Price is very reasonable. Call 3711554. I

FOR RENT: FOR RENT: FURN.Room 2001 SW 373-4500 16th Street 3 BR/2 BA house, bike to UF family rm 5-22-3-4 I

8.20-25.2 possible BR, porch, garage pets! OK Sublet month to month. 2 large bedrooms j
availableMarchwood fall & spring '
1 FURNISHED $525 2 bath OAKS apt. May rent free. I
and/or next summer. Fully furnished, Studio, tbd, 2bd, and 3bd apis and Call Brenda at 331.8788.24.4.4 |
micro wash/dryer. 1240/mo + 1150 de SUMMER ONLY- WALK TO CAMPUS
and fall. Walk UFI
ROCKWOOD VILLAS! beautiful 3bd/3ba houses avail now for to
turn condo lor nI.'. In (all & spring call posit. Craig 3350145. 6.12.8.1Own Beat the rush! College Park Properties 2 BR, hardwood floors Sublease own room & bath In a 3 bdr3

1-383-0047 (Jax). I will return your call. room In quiet N.W. house. Partially 411 NW 15th. 3717777. 5-29-5-2 $300 ba apt. In Oxford Manor. Partly (urn.,
5.24.4.1 200mo. neg. Avail Immed. thru Aug 15.
furnished. Walk to U.F. $115 monthly + In The Pines Call for more rentals now to Aug. 335-1877. 5-29-5-4
1/3 utilities. Phone 338-1764. 5-29-3-1 j
Bdrkit/ living rm prlvlledge, most utll. pd., Spacious 1,2 ft 3 Bedroom
summer 135/mo., fall US/mo.. 4 bdr apt. One bedroom apts. One block from UF. Apartment ft Townhouses KEY MANAGEMENT Sublet available May-Aug 15, Oak Forest

1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/ Info 372-22S4/ No pets. 1240/mo Incl) all utilities except Convenient to UF/Shands opts$125/mo, Own 1/4 Bedroom utll, Furnished*0-,
+ negCALL
3714243. 1-20-25-1 elect' Call 378-3376. Bed not Included.Lg. 2 pools, tennis crt. weight room 372-3060 904-882-1681 I ****5.24.4.4
sauna, 2 laundry rooms. 5252.2
Need N/S F to sublet for summer A or B. 2 BR apt. neatly furnished. No pets, Ask about 3 bdr specials' $400 off
2bd/2ba UF & downtown. $275- MUST SUBLEASE! F for mast bd/ba In
apt In Oakbrook. CompletelyFurn. convenient to 373-3371
., i50/rno/ + utll. Call collect 904- $285 mo. 3785957. 8-31-4-1 205 SE 18th Ave. Lg 2 bdr/1 ba apt ac, laundry, ceiling fan 4 bd/3ba apt. Share w/ 3 fun roomies for
avail. Summer B. C. Only $150 + 1/4 ut. 335-
7887732. 5.24.4-1 $325/rno. wnew carpet $340, now
1/2 mile of Main St.
east
nice br, kitchen ft livingrm. 5954. 5-29-5-4
Private entrance, ft Aug 2023 SW 37th Way. 375-7986.
M-F 9-6 Sat 10-5 Sun 12-4
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Room for lint In clean 3 bdr/2 ba mobile prlvlledges, most util. paid, summer 8.20.25.2 5.24.4.2 Sublet a room Windmesdows Apt. Sum
horn, Summer C only, share home with $145, fall $165/mo. 372-2284. 8-20-23-1 mer B til July 31, $200 mo + 1/4 utll. call I
One other person, must ba itudant Avail now. 2bd/ iba In Mill Run. Quiet Need 1 or 2 rasp students 4 real nice 2 336-0397 5.24.3.4Classlfleds.
$83/rno. 338-0403. 5-22-2-1 Small single private room w/ full bath, spacious, clean. Take over lease, bd/1 bs apt. only 162.50 as + util'.. Plz
small fridge, separate entrance, student Iv .
372-4546
call anytime 335-2651 or + ..
$370/mo. 336-1908. Lv If before'
M/F ni to share 2bdr townhouse apt., must pref., 4 ml. W of UF, transportation nee., meg. message) 5-22-3-2 next
5-31-6-2 Continued on i imm
utll. Incl. phone 378-9990. 5- pm. page. I
ba neat. quiet. Call 335-8277 attar 5 pm. t150/mo, -.


Aerobics Stairmasters Nautilus .Lunch----------I at fllan Cabana i I I

FREE s Free Weights Versaclimbers Ufa Rowers 1712 W Univ Ave ,

LifeCycles Cyclones : This Week's Super Special :
FRESH BAKED COOKIES s Private Locker Rooms .

3 ways to wlnl! For details check the chalkboard In front of 1 Personalized Body Fat Analysis Training I Black Beam & Rice I

our walk-up window. Located behind Chaucer's restaurant. 4 Diet Planning I Small $2.19 Large $3.69 I II

Plus: ir-j j jI I I II
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Frozen yogurt Q IWantCooltiu) I Plus: 20 other lunch specials I II

Fountain sodas /7 NW 171h St. I a year's membership i I from $1.95 I II

Fresh squeezed lemonade 378.4678 L at Power. Plant .J I call ahead for fast takeout 1 I" I

Homemade cinnamon rolls M F 10 am to s pm J uarlyJ SO* | .3756969BUY

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Sublet.I bdrm apt. 2 block from Shands, rent/sale. New 2 bdr/2 ba fully furn Casablanca on pool. Own room $ 45/mo M/F N.S. R.M. to sub for summer, clean, attractive room In large upstairsapt.
easy walk to UF, air cond., pets ok, quiet condo 1 ml. from UF. Has wash/dry/ m/f w/2 males. Wash/dry/ part furnished. own room, 4 bed, 2 bath, house cent. air, l55/mo. + 1/7 utll. + deposit +
nghbrhd, avail Immed. $230/mo. Call micro, pool, security, linen Call 372- Call Julian 336-0373 or Mark 33M581, W.D. 5 mm walk f. U.F. campus 140/m. + lease. No pets. 495-9024. 5314.5
3360398. 22-2-4 3842 & Iv msg 5-29-5-5 5-31-5-5 ,1/" utll, call anytime 377-7916. 5-31-4-5
eeeee.LOOK.*.2 rms avail. In big 3

Cheap studio close to campui. Lots of F N/S serious student to share house, OWN ROOM- Summer A for only $129In F rmmt. wanted for AiB, own bdr a bath, bdr house. Jacuzzi, tried yd study. Pets
room, kitchen, AC, huge closets, accessto private bdr, 2 bike from UF, cantral ac, furn. apt- Call now3381065. 5-22-2-5 $16Q/mo' obo call 336-4367. 5.31.4.5 Ok. 1150-170/mo, split utll. 338-
wash/dry, free water, call Rick at 377- $165/mo 4- utll. 378-5897 or 3781292. 0483eeeeee4/ee. 6-5.5-5-
5-29-4-4 5-22-3-5 F rmmt needed lor 4 bd/2 ba furn condoby Roommate wanted for summer. May 17-
0781, $140.'
M/F/ for 4bdr/2ba hse 2 blks from
Oaks Mall. Wash/dry, security system. Aug 15. Own room, short distance to campus
2 bedroom 2 bath Apt In Camelot over ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 F N/S rmmts, own $200/mo ft split electricity. 3354298. 8- campus, $120 + 1/3 util. Call 372.3811. own, bdr/ba for w/d 3351368.1/5/ utll .$230/mo 5.31.4.5 or
looking POOL w/gas grill. Very spacious bdr/ba 3bdr/3ba twnhse, fully furn, w/d, 19.10.5 5-24-2-5 $140/moea/
Available 1st' week June $550/mon 371. $225 neg, 1/3 utll. Denise 335-4044. 5-
1250. 5-24-3-4 24-4-5 Needed- NS/F to share room in 3bdr/3taa Roommate Needed for rest of summer in MAY RENT FREE
apt, 1/4 utll., Oxford Manor at $i50/mo/ Hawaiian Village. $155 + 1/3/ util. Will Female roommate needed for 3bd/lbth
Large room In 2 bdr house In country, Reliable ns male rm needed for summer. Call 372-6924. 5-24-3-5 negotiate. 338-4111 I 5-29-3-5 house. Close to campus. Dip S100. Call
June-Aug, 4 ml. from UF, quiet, turn., Wash/dry and ac. Own room. $220/mo Ana at 375-1 477, 5-31-4-5_
wash/dry, $150/mo., N/S, call 3739120. utilities included. Call John 3351283. 5- Female N/S Roommate Wanted For July Share Great House In quiet NW, 2 ml. UF,
5-24-2-4 24-4-5 1st. Own Bedroom, Share Bath, Washer own room, a/c, d/w, washer, morel' $175 PINETREE GARDENS n/s F needed for
Dryer. Call Carol at 336-9242. $175 + 1/3/ util. Call 3749297. 5-24-2-5 Fall. Own rm., share bath. $182' + 1/3
N/S F rmmt to share 2bdr/2ba/ : condo Rent. 52435Jrs mil.! Call Carrie or Chrysielle 3356384.
$134 Incld utlty, I blk ,to UF, 24 hrs, air,
w/d, furn. F N/S own room, no kids/pet, w/d, a/c,
(urns, May-Aug 15. May free, option for w/priv. Jacuzzi fully except own F grad student desires same or prof to
fall, own bed, call 3733789. 4-22-1-4 room, $225/mo + 1/2/ utll.. Dawn 377- bedroom, era, grad. students- pvt rooms or two cable, furnished, students only, rent neg. share Ige 2bdr/2ba twn hs., quiet neigh.
8902. 5-29-4-5 furn. apt.near campussum 3324333. 5-24-2-5
borhood, part furn., Call Monica 378-5569
F Rmmt, N/S 'to share 2bd/lba apt, until mer sen. or regular semesters- pets, Iv. 5.24.2.5
Aug. 19, $175/mo. + 1/2 utll, walking distance *Don't Miss Out* Own bd/bth In fully 378-3932.481-2186. 5-24-3-5 f n/i rmmt for summer, fall + own bedroomIn msg
to campus, call 377-4244. 6-14-8-4 furn. luxury apt. near UF 1/2 utll. $190' 2b/ib apt. $145, mo. + 1/2 util. 1 block Room for Rents summer: 3bd/2ba house
M, for 2bdr/2ba In SW. Pref stud, from Norman Hall call for Info 373-
373-6482 w/pool,Jacuzzi, wt. room. 5-29- apt grad more w/d/ a/c, $200/mo + dep 3355000. 5-29-
Awesome deal sublet ibd Iba apt spacious 4-5 neat freak, sports nut, trivia ques asked 7875. 53145NS
rooms, 4 blk to campus for $1501' 7 $225/mo/ + 1/2/ util. Call 3353580. 5-29-
to Aug 15. Good area: 1821 NW 3rd PI. The Gardens! m/f for 2/bd/2 1/2 ba 5.5 F for own room In NW area 2bdr2banew 6 FOR SALE
Worth 225/mo. Jerry 3352988. 5-22-3-4 twnhse, furn, pool, w/d, near sfcc/uf/ unit. Quiet, safe, semi-furn, fireplace .
$185/mo + 1/2 util. Now-Aug 15. Michelle Quiet, studious grad stud leek like. pool, central heat/ac. No pets. TYPESETTERVarityper 5410.' 2 Disk
332-3896. 5-29-4-5 minded roommate for next yr. Spacious 376-6836. 5-24-2-5 drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters.
5 ROOMMATES apt. close to Shands a Univ. Call Dave at Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2
MARCHWOOD: rmmte to share twnhme. 3757496. 5-29-4-5 Roommate needed, for June and July. yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
1 BDR avail late Apr. or May 1. Large Own unf rm. wash/dry, pool. No Pets' -1020 SW 8th Ave, 150 + util. neg., call Good machine for small type shop. System
house. Washer/Dryer. Central air & 200 + 1/3/ utll. Call Heather 335.1460. FREE MAYI Rmmte needed for summer 375-8127 or 374-7060 and leave mes. for Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film I 6 font
heat. 200mo. + 1/3/ util. Call 378-4716. 5.31.5.5 c w/ fall option In 4br/2bth house 3/4 m Frank. 5-31-4-5 diaks. $3,500 DBO. Call The Alligator at
5-24-4-5 from campus. 157.50.1/4 utll. Call Brad 373-9928 for more Into.
I Cool, liberal f/m/ for own room in house 3 371-6782. 5-29-4-5 Live in the country w/ your horse, N/S F
'I RMMT wanted for summer, May 6- Aug blocks to uf. $170/mo' & 1/3 utll. Avail rmmt. to share 3/2/ on 5 acres/5 mi. west Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
i 15. 1 mile from UF. $140mo obo and mid-may to aug 91. Should like smokers, Preferably female Vl/S/ for Summer. Own of Oaks Mall. Cent air/heat, riding arena, brand are all at our New Location! Car
1/2 utll. 3787596. 5-22-3-5 cats, tv 4. music. No bonjovl fans. Call rm. In furn. apt.; walk to UFI $175/mo. trails avail. July 1. l70/mo + 1/3 util. Stereo Specialist 321S NW 13 St. 372-
I 375-1274 aft. 6 pm. 5-23-4-5 o.b.o. + 1/2 util. Call 3779758. 472-4624. 8.5.5.5 2070. 8-20-25-B
Rmmt Summer B, f N/S, no pets, Oxford _
Manor, turn., private bdr// ba, utll. Incl.,
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$350 for B wks. Call LeAnne 813-531- ,
8199. 8-14-10-

F Rmmt In Wlndmeadows 3 bdr/ba own
roomown bath for $150 a mnth for June Alligator Classifieds I I I I I I I II
& July- move In now for free (May) Call t
18137986528. 5295.5 I I 1
I I i I I I I
NSF to share own b/b In 3b/2b Luxury 373-FIND I i
house, fur/non-fur, transp avail. I I l I I I
$150/mth + 1/3 utll. Call evenings at 373- I. I
I 4604. 5-24-4-5 BUY rr. saL IT. FIND rr. .;

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Responsible n/s fern needed for own br & Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs, ele. to be listed in a II Ig.
, ba In new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home, security "directory" to make It easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form I ( [ I I I ( '

I 335-5240.sys, quiet 619115eOAKBROOKe$3SOmo area. Avail fall, rent neg. explains the step-by.step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I I I I I I I I 1
you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to r .

F, n/s, own advise you. I
room, pool, w/d. Summeror/ tall A I I I I I I 1

I spring 3714708., deposit 52955"OAKBROOK", security, (urn. Lynn Alligator Claulfleds may be placed In a number of ways: I i i I I I I I


I $175/mo F, n/s/ share 1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by II I I I f,. I i j o S I

room, furn, summer 4/or fall & spring. telephoning 373.FIND between 8:00: and 4:00: pm. I I r I I I i g '" m m 1
Pool, w/d, security, deposit. Lynn 371- I I a
I I I I
4708. 5-29-5-5 2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check, money rder. I I i 1

LAKEWOOD VILLAS: Mature F N/S for or MastercardMsa Information no cash, please) to: I I I I I I I f >,

own bdr, no pets, 3bdr/ 2ba, $247mo I ;
Incl. w/d, + 1/3 utll. 336-4531 Avail Aug Alligator Classified I I I ; I''
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1. 5-24-4-5 PO Box 14257 I:

Own room across from Shands. 10 mln Gainesville, FL 32604 ; i f f ; I

walk to Turlington or Reitz Union. Micro i I I I I
wave & washer $110mo.. + 1/4./ 376- 3. You can place your ad In person by coming to our office at I I >/
0551. 5-24-4-5 University Ave., between: 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays. Our!rained, friendI I I I I 1N ; I

STANLEY H. KAPLANCLASSES tv staff will be glad to help you with your ad. I 5 I

e 4. You can place your ad In person at one of The Alligators convenient I I I M i I I i f I y I

"remote" locations. I I I I I I v
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CAMPUS LOCATIONS: I i i I I I I I 1>a s ;


Location Day Hours I I I J I I I I ij I

Main Bookstore, Hub I I I 1 I I I I J T I

Customer Service Desk M. F 8 am 4 pm I I I
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wae w avs.meeene.eee Medical Bookstore, Shsnds M F 8 am .4 pm I I I I I I I
K I. OFFICE USE ONLY
+ 377-0014 Roltz Union, Cashier's Office M F ,g am g pm I I Ip.Ch,. I

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START II S"CLASSIFICATJONS:: '.w(Ch..ell. .. ions" ) .,.::-, ',>.'::. .:iRATES: .',,.:''.' 'i'I.. I.
BAR Please use this form to place Alligator Classifieds. Please follow these

I REVIEW ....MAY 29 Instructions exaclly Be careful to Include everything you wish to say. Re- I _,. For Rent: Furnished -11. I.'ic.a. (Circle one)
quest for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a --2. For Rant: unfurnished' _12.Tpln Services 1 o.y_.s4.00 I

f"I -! MCAT ........... ... JUNE 10 advertisement THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS I -3.4. Mobile Sublease Homes House/Apt.Far/' RIIII/Sal. _12, Help wanted '2 Day.. 700 I
AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error, The Alligator II : _'4. Business Personals D.ya..oo:
-5. Roommates'
NCLEXISAT. ....JUNE 12 responsible ONLY for the FIRST Insertion. Do not use foreign language, I For sale -:11.15. Connections Personals: 4 Days...11.00 I
double-entendres, or manner of address which identifies the addressee I =,7. Real Estate -17'Nollo... I 0.1.13.00

.. ...JUNE 19 to a third party. The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does _a.Motorcycles. =,.: Rides A..ItI..o.. ,. I
not constitute a binding agreement on the part of The Independent I -'. Autos 15. Pets suo..eII I

SAT ... ........... .... JUNE 20 Florida Alligator to publish said copy. The Independent Florida Alligator _10. wanted. _20. Las t& Found -days,_
reserves the right to act al a sole judge of the lullablllty of any adver- I 0 MASTERCARD 0 VISA EX' DATE Additional. .. I
ORECM AT ... tiling copy submitted for publication and reserves the right to edit, revise, : '1.00 once line,each ay
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MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376-1148 ConditionerOne GIBSON ELECTRIC GUITAR, solidbody. Moving sale! Take your pick: full size Golf course NW on 5th green near
Editor's Choice CompuAdd Northgatt 'large one small reasonable 377-9615 Khaler whammy, cherry sunburst. Victory loft bed, w/d, study desk, ft sewing machine Bucholtz HS, Ft. Clark, SFCC. Spacious I
* H P. Price same or lower than mail 8-29-8-6 model, w/case 275.00. 5-22-2-6 In wooden cabinet w/chalr. 336- 2br/2ba Ig. screened back porch, on Ig lot, I
order. Systems below Include 1 mb, 40mb 8681, Kevin m.... 5-31-4-6 all else, central air & heat, by owner call
((28mi), graphic monitor ... MUST SELL couch, sofa bed, computer HP PAINTJET PRINTER less than one 332-4631 or 371-2277 for more Info. 5- I
MC 28612$1195.. Packard Bell $1295, desk coffee table, dining table, bookstands year old, $750 obo 392-1633. 5-31-5-6 286 COMPUTER 24-3-7 I
MC 3S6ix $1495. Northgate 386/20/ lamps, chairs, CGA monitor
$2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery 4 w/card, Great condition + prices. Call $SO BIKES men's ten speed women's ten 12 mhz, '49 MB harddrlve, 8 1/4/ and 3 Furnished 3br 3bath Rockwood Villas, assume
$1999. CompuAdd 810 wV 20mb & graphics Jose 3734271. 5-24-3-6 speed w/rack. Call335.11421..v. mes- 1/2 floppy drives 14" VGA color monitor mortgage with low down payment,
monitor $970. ft 3 year warranties. sage. 5-22-2-6 1 yr warr, DOS 3.3, Microsoft Works $63,500, excellent I condition I Audley Har I
Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180 printer Centurion 12 spit bike$100.. Semiwaveless Dos Shot Only $ 785. ELITE 3351300. 372-5375.. M.M. Parrlsh Aaso. Realtor
. $185, HP Later Jet lip $1049.3743 W. water bd. Queen size- $70. Complete SURFBOARD- $100 obo a accessories 6-21-10-6 5-24-2-7
University Ave. 8-9-25-6 dark rm set $150. 3-plece couch Balln legropes $10, Balln an-
,"- S100. Call 376-3587. 5-22-2-6 klestraps $5. Negotiable, call 4 details. EURO CHAIR// EURO SOFA SET Black 8 MOTORCYCLES
CAMERA SALEI! 371-7487 Jason. S-22-2-6 modern style' from Door Store $550 call

Get exposed to our HOT dealslll 4 sale, couch, loveseat, and chair for $350 336-1113. 5-29-3-6
Best J&L 371-GEMS. 5-29-5-8 obo, king waterbed $75. dresser $150 FUTON & FRAME 1980 Honda CB750F supersport good
obo. Must see. Call Kelly after 6 374- From only $200/set./ Call Al 373-3127 or SOFA BED In great cond. $75 FOR SALE. condition w/ 2 helmets' ft cover, new chain
286 IBM compatible with 20 mg hard drive, 6758. 5-22-2-6 Matt 3775650. 6-7-7-6 Other stuff tool Call at 338-0297 and ft sprockets & rear tire. $600. 371-3991.
1 mg ram 31/2 (floppy, vga card & monitor. leave a message. 5-24-2-6 5-29-5-8

$1250 neg. Berry 332-3875. Lv mesg. 2 couch/day beds for only $2S/plece. GENERAL BEACH CRUISER Excellent
5-24-4-6 Great chapel Call 372-6924. 5-22-2-6 Cond. U-lock incl.) $175 obo Call Mattat MUST SELL couch and sofa $250, coffee '88 Tomes moped. Great condition. Must
336-8216 anytime. 5-24-3-6 table $50, color Iv 19 Inch $150, twin bed sell. $280. Please call 3718240. Ask for i|
Desk & chair $35, black leather chair $25 2 tickets to see 'Billy Joel" Saturday July $80, ens. machine $80. Call Amir 335- Lenore or leave a message. 8-24-4-8 i
each, dresser $30, glass table $25,wicker 7 In Orlando. Call Craig at 3350145. 5- Crimestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar 9248. 6-5-5-6
shelf $30, table lamps 3713991. 5-29-5- 24-3-6 Detectors, Sherwood, Santul, Sony, For sale 1981 Honda Passport, excellent i I,
Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We MOVINGI! dining rm. chairs, 2 file cabinets condition, 4,000 miles, $450 or best offer I
Full and queen size beds, sofa, chairs, GREAT DEAL! Dk wood desk/chair and Beat All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6 desk chair, end tables, car speakers call after 7pm 332-6143. 5-24-3-8
loveseat, wicker wall unit, desk, dresser, bookshelves, w/ bottom cabinet $20 or ladies Schwinn bch. cruiser Sue
typewriter, t.v stand. Call 332-2817. 5- both for $40! Call 372.8580. 5-31-5-6 Rockford Fosgate Punch 15 subwoofers, 336-1523. 5-24-26
25-4-6 1988 Red Honda Spreegreat condition,
5.25, 3.5 midranges, and 1* tweetersplus
2 queen semlwaveles' WATERBEDS all crossovers. Call Jeff 336-7770. Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest ft finest 1100 miles, just tuned up. 1450/obo. Call
Fountain XT computer turbo 640K, EGA, $200 each, Sofa ft loveseat $100, Desk ft 5-29-3-6 in car audio, cellular & security. Tracey 335-7808 or 378-7186. Lv mosge.S29.4.8 I
20 meg HO, mouse 1.44 meg & 360K dresser $100, Handralsed Cockatlel 371 Custom Installation & repairs 338-1128 II
drives, lots soft 2400 ext-modem, $1150 1250. 5-24-3-6 *****White beach cruiser***** I

3778878. 5-24-4-6 Like new great condition Call Rosemary 7 REAL ESTATEDuplex 81 JAWA X25 moped for sale, call or
IBM pc, Jr. w/mouee, joysticks & various at 335-2724, leave message $95 leave menage lor John 3364648. 5-31- I
Alrcondltloner for sale! 24,000 btu 220V. software, sleeper' chair & large fan Best ebo. 5-31-4-6 for sale2 bed, 1 1/2/ bath. Phoenix 3.8 I
Frledrlck, 5 yrs old. New compressor & !
offer. Call 338-1428. 5-22-2-6 close to campus, lull kitchens, call I
blower. Very cold I $250 obo. Steve 336- Microwave-.' new, and five speed Larry or Nina 371-8141 or 1-800-654-
9883. 5-24-4-6 Handcrafted, wooden blrdfeeders. Dif- blender for sale. $100 for the pair, (offers 4544. 6-21-7-7 1987 Suzuki GS450L, low miles, clean, I
fernet sizes available. $5 to $1% each. considered) call 377-3441 anytime. 6th gear overdrive. Good condition, must
Grey pit group couch $250. Coffee tabl! Free seed with the first two sold. Call J.R. 6-5-5-6 OCEAN FRONT LOT see. Asking $1200, call 377-2263 Ive.mestge. .
$50. JVC car stereo $100. CD player between 7 pm and 10 pm 3751935. 5.24. Crescent Beach, S ol St. Augustine.Wide 6-5-5-8
$100."ALL LIKE NEWII CALL 375-6780. 4-6 4 tires Sears Rd. Handler size ,14 like new wht sand bch. No DNR permit I

for $150; 4 moon wheel hub caps for $60 needed. Prestigious area': pool, private 1980 Suzuki GS550L Low mileage. '
leave message at 371-0422 5-24-2-6 street. Appraised $155,000. Lg disc lor Runs and looks great. Incl. KG carryingcase
fast sale. Owner 904-824-4877. 5.24-4- & two helmets. $595 332-
Asking ,
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited TENNIS RACKET PRINCE, Like New, 7 9240. 6-5-5-8
graphite comp. ONLY $70 obo Call Bill

3744359. 5-22-1-6 Rockwood Villas. 2bd/2ba + study, closeto
by Trude Michel Jaffe GS450GA 1982 Suzuki motorcycleGreat
Queen waterbed, excell. cond.; white, IImo. UF, Shands and the Mall excel cond, shapelow miles
.. old, heated, must sell, $100 obo. assumable mortgage $49,900 373-1147 Like new- many extras
338-0871. 5-24-2-6 5-31-6-7 $1400 Call 377.7543 6-22-7-8

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9 AUTOS' SERVICESONE HELP WANTEDAttention HELP WANTED HELP WANTED


It It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 STOP DENTISTRY perfect for students M-F 5:30-: childcare/light Loving, energetic housekeeping person wanted 1.2.for Need 15 bucks

through the U.S. Government? Get the Accepting new pts, emerg 9:30: pm phone sales, hourly wages plus days/wk, times flexible, Own transp. req.,
facts tOdayl! Call 1-708-742-1142 Ext. Adult cleaning $30 child $20 bonus. Friendly atmosphere. After 1 pm 372-4478 m.... today?
888. 5-22-1-8 ((4)) Wlsd. tee. $325, ((3)) Wlsd. tee. $250 378-3238. 5318.13 I
((2)) Wlsd. tee. $200 An easy, relaxing way (o pick up cashall

1988 Chevy (Iroc 5.7 liters, automatic, Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V, AE Excellent Summer Jobl I Earn an easy $5- Make cash with our avail flash part Call time Flash photographer that's required Is a plasma donation. We
now.
fully loaded, 2800 ml, asking ." ,500. Valid with position pay $1 5 for your 1 st,,4 donations ft special'
only coupon, up to ((4)) people. 10/hr plus bonus with our outdoor marketIng ,- FotO 3736001. 5.29.4.13
375-1285 or 3731147. 5-31-6-9 H.T. Gonsoulin, DDS, 372-9521 team- 5-0 pm/flex sched. Mike bonuses enabling you to earn up to $1 15
5-31-6-11 a month. Come in todayl)
1966 Mercury Grand Marquis LS, loaded, 3383121. 6-7-8-13 Need cash? Free dental exam wXrays.Free Alpha Plasma Centers

leather seats, 53,000 ml., one owner, financing SWIMMING INSTRUCTIONFor U of F CWSP Position tilling or cleaning If you Lv.qualify. 9 SW let St.
376-7194. message. -
Call 371-7820 or
avail. $8g95, 483-8247. the adult fearful of entering the water. $5.00/hr Survey Work 5.29.4.13 Gainesville 378-9204

Private Lessons by Certified Instructor Evening hrs. Call Vasu/Raymond
70 Firebird, 403, a/c/ pw, ca.... custom 3731039. 5-21-12-11, 392-0171. 529513A ASSEMBLERS NEEDED$339
paint maps, $1700 472-2534 or 472- Babysitter needed. Caring responsibleperson WEEKLY***** Assemble productsat
M-F In
2072. 5-31-5-9 Car stalls? Call Mobile Auto Rescue and Plus NotesAre you an 'A' Student, do SW to home.care for References 24-mos.' baby required. home. ((904)) 666-3634 ext 41 10. 5-22-

Repair. Fast service 25 yrs exp, jumps, you take excellent notes, would you like 371.2780.my 5-22-2-13 1.13_
1966 Volvo 122S wagon. R.bulll.ngin., tune-ups, minor repairs.. 24 hrs/day. 372- to earn while you learn? It so, then call
great condition Inside and out, roof rack. 5325. 8-7-8-11 371-6954. We are looking for students BE ON T.V. many needed for commer
White wred/ Int. A cool AMCONTINENTAL all For
classic 900. the following classes: ADV 3000, ADV cials. Now hiring ages. casting
338-0810. 6-5-5-9 SUMMER GUITAR LEARNING GROUP 3501, ADV 4300 APB 2150, APB 2151 Info. Call ((815)) 779-7111 Ext. T235. 5-

FOR KIDS. Adult private lessons also CCJ 2202, CHM 1021 CLT 3370, DEP
1975 Mtrcedez 3000. Amc, pw, ps, avail all styles. 338-5624. 5294.11 3003. ECO 3100 ECO 3202 ECO 4101, AIRUNES Outstanding summer opportunity. Cam.
cruise ./c, am/fm cass, recently serviced pus Connection needs an ambitious UF
EXP 3604, GEO 2200, GEO 2201, GLY
dependable aafe. Must sell $3500 LEARN the Cl APTON STYLE of GUITAR. PPF student to sell ad space for the 11 1 college
1000, MGF 1202 PET 3320, 3004,
ObO. 3714260. 5-24-2-9 The sound seeks outgoing student majoring in marketing magazine. We'll provide all materials'
Study group or private. PSB 3004, PSY 2013, REE 3043, SOP &
bus admin, or aviation mgt for on-
songs, and solos. Larry 3365624. 5.29- 3004 SOP 4704. STA 3013, STA 3023 complete training. Call 800-342-5116.
Gov't seized cars, trucks, TVs, etc. Confiscated 4-11 I campus position. Call 904.733.8910 to
STA 3024 THE 2000, and for Summer C InterviewGPA must meet Prudential Financial Planners
In drug raids Great deals! Call schedule an one of thelargest
need BSC 2010, BSC 2011, CHM
we
372-0498 ext 5-2 betw 6-8pm Mon-Wed. requirements. 5.22.2.13 providers of financial security I.oll.rlng Is
TYPING
ECO 2013 ECO 2023
2041 CHM 2046 ,
5-31-4-9 career positions In financial plan.
FIN 3408 ISM 3011, MAN 3021, MAR .
Wanted: Chiropractors community relations
ning. Marketing positions available to
12 SERVICESYOU
Mercury Monarch. 78, ps/pb, am/lm, cold 3023 OMB 3205 OMB 3600 and STA assistant people person. Typing re agressive person with future In mind.

ac, new trans, looks and runs great Service 3032. 5-24-4-13 quired. WP preferred.' Flex hours, 5$ per First year positions 30k and up. EDE
records.. Must sell. $1200 obo. WRITE WE TYPE hr. 373-5S10. 5242.13 3782501. 5.31..13HEARINGIVISION
ATTENTION UF STUDENTS: For Information _
372-1260.335-4975. 5-24-2-9 Business Legal Personal Reports
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. regarding sitting for the June, '90 Wanted: Chiropractor's Clinical Assistant STUDY Need people

SUZUKI SAMURAI 87, soft top. Perfect G'vllle Handicapped Typing Fl. Dental Board Examination at the UF MWF 5$ per hour 3735510. 5.24-2.13 with normal hearing and vision. Work 5-
Dental' School call 335-9058 5-
condition. Must seal' Call: 375-0394. 6- 378-7179. mig. 10 hrs/week at $3.80/hr plus bonus.
31-6-13
5.5.9 8-20-25-12 CHILDCARE: atriculate, active colleg.lIud.nl Pleas call 392-6214 M-F between 10am-

10 WANTEDLocal *Typing reports business legal CIRCA VAX &, IBM PC computer opera for entire summer. Flexible noon only. 5.29-3.13
tors. 16-20 hrs/wk 2 terms min. Must schedule. NON-SMOKER. Must have
resumes cassettes transcribed applications
SHISH KABOB cafe needs
have VAX PC 392-2428 own car. Computer knowledge preferred.$4hr. advertisingreps
or *xp. am-4pm.
letters notary *.tc. Available
Artist, needs: GOLD, Gems, Class 5223.13 3352663. 5-29-3-13 to pass out coupons and let, people
24 hours/7/ 8-20-25-12 _
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's FineJewelry days/372-2777. know about us. Nice easy money. i371-

20-25-10 Hard for general help, 1438. 5.24.2.13
373-8243 MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full working person
EARN $35This work weekend $4/hr./
carpentry, yard on ,
& self service computing. Typing starts 01.50pg
Wanted 3 bdrm house/condo to lease.Professor Call 376-6163 & leave message. 5-24-2- BUSINESS
Resumes $6 Sell service week + $110 this month new donars
leave needs residence
on
Aug/Ma/91. 214.613-3370 or write 626 resumes $2.50/hr/ 15page. Laser with this coupon. Study while you donateor 13 14 PERSONALS
typeset graphics spell check theses watch videos. Free Parking. Gainesville
Ct. TX 75043. 5.24-
Trailwood Garland CRUISE SHIP JOBS
papers special characters employment Blood Plasma Center. Est. 1969.
4.20. Now hiring Immediate openings COMPUTERS terminal & pc'., buy, sell,
databases mallmerge training. 238 Sw 4th Ave.--378-9431 M-Th 8.7
WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 8-9- Frl 8-5 Sat 8-2. 8-20-25-13 800-369-3948 Ext. C trade, rent & repair Great prices, QUAL
New In town! Check out Alley Katz 25-12 5.24.2.13 ITY. CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 8-20-
Corner. Bowling, billiard, lull lounge
& video game 373-3(33 for dlrec-
Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable
lion 522310I
service. Reasonable rates. Laserprinter

377-8175 8-20-25-12
I PHYSICS TUTOR NEEDEDI! ASAP. Call 9:00pm.:

3350734. 5-29-4-10 Word Processing Typing, Bkkping & Notary The Board of Directors of

Grad school exp. Prof quality 15
11 SERVICESNW yrs exp. Spelling ckd. NW section.
Dawn 3323913. 82025.12 Campus Communications, Inc.

Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from TYPINGNear Butler Plaza. Fast, accurate publisher of
$20. 10% disc to atudents. 332-8917. 8- service. Call 3730134. 8202512.

20-25-11
Put It 'In Writing. Fast', accurate, reliable
service. Masters In English will check
BREAD & ROSES spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 8-9- the

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Free Pregnancy Test, 3758967Sell
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I SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons (this position requires a background in journalism) .

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students accepted. 466-3224 375-8080. ( \
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331-8818 NISeJE GAMS MAIL ADJACENT 10 MALI | Advertising desk in the lobby at 1105 W.
I 1331-8118 M OAKS PLATA University Ave., from 8:30: a.m.4 p.m.,

CADUAC ( Monday through Friday. Applications must be returned to the same desk prior to
7.10.0:55 BIRD ON A WIRE (K.")
14S' (S009USO). : noon, Friday May 25. .
I A* MUM lUlU (I) (Special Engagement)
1:30: (15.00 0 HM,7.M.m) ; 1:30.: ((5130: $2.SO). 7.45,10.15: : THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE DEADLINE. Interviews and selection by the Board of
I NMIA TUmrUl (K) THE HUNT FOR RIO OCTOBER (PC) Directors will be held ,
MO,((130: 0 1150)).7:45,1:5: : 1.30.: ((4.300: $2.50)). 7.30,10:15: :' at a meeting open to the public, Sunday June 3,.beginning at t 1

I OO.I((1W WILD OUCHIO 12 SO), 100.(*) 10:11 THI COOK, THE THIEF, HIS WIFE p.m. The meeting will be held at the Alligator offices. Applicants must be

I SPACED MVADtM (K AND HER LOVER (NR) degree-seeking college or university students
' 1:45,((1:11:) 0 '2.101.) SO: *. Ifcll: 1:.5, ((1:00: 9 $2.SO), 7:45: 10:1S: and cannot be,currently employed by
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w/color. 2-8x10,4-5x7, a-walltt. Call Creative Giant Typewriter Salellll Schedule. $650. Contacts BSA, 2626 Get yours at Best Jewelry and Loan. Cash Bowling at Alley Katz Corner. Open
Design for appt. Hurryl 372-4815. 30-50% off E Madison 11 Seattle, WA 96112. ((206)) for EVERYONE 371-GEMS. 5-29-8-16 Mon-Thur til midnlte Frl & Sat til 2 am.
6-12-9-14 B J&L Pawnbrokers 371-GEMS. 5-29-5- 726-1498. 5-31-5-15 373-3833 for directions 5-24-4-17
15 WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. Best
FREE FACIAL: 5 steps to skin, nail care, J&L 371-GEMS. 5-29-5-18 18 RIDES
men A woman welcome. All tklni/colorf. BJ4L BAHAMASBahamas
332-4333 5-24-2-14 Need Cash? EYE EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 5 yrs of
Gold Buy Back Nowlll'" Summer Breakation Package treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum, wkly Frl's/Sun/ but trip. Pets ok pkg
15 PERSONALSVuarnetCarreraRayBanGstar. Best JAL 371-GEMS. 5-29-5-15 Includes: 3 nts/4 days accommodation optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 376-1288. trantported. GMC trans 336-7026 ((305))
at Carnival's Crystal Palace, r/t airfare, r/t 8-20-25-16 266-3768. 6-14-10-18
FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES ground transfer' hotel taxes. $239 per
Great Best & Loan : person, Double occ. Call Breakaway GAY? BI?QUESTIONING?
prices-reg or rx .ungla..... The Optical 15 Jewelry 371-GEMS. 5-29-5- Tours 377-6369. 6-5-6-15 GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs 20 LOST & FOUNDFOUND
Laboratory 378-5583. 618 SW 4 Av*. 1 Info/Referral/Consultatlon 8-20-25-16
block from Ala G>n. 8-20-25.15 Pricebuster shoe tale- ladies and merit)
$1.50 OFF 25lb or more wash 'dry fold : Black mountain bike Aveniar
Tennis running, cross-training-great selection WM SOsomethlng hardworking healthy
Natural Foods and Vitamins w/thl ad. 3 hr servic University Plaza lock at NW 17 13 PI. Call 338-1791 or
for special fordiscreet
songwriter looking someone
Coin Laundry 1620 W University. Air- from $29+, EZ Tennis 34 St
Birkenstock Sandala. Plaza 6-12-8-15 relationship.' Box 21C 1105 N. 373-0067.
conditioned color TV A video 372-
Sunflower Health Foods 9176. 5-31-6-15 game Main 32609 5-24-4-16 5-24-3-20
87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 50% off aerobic wear saletights, top,
8-20-25-15 Under 21? Nowhere to ? Head to LOST: White parakeet SW, Sparrow's'Nest
MEAL DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich specialw tanks, briefs. Selection Includes Item go AII.yKatz
area, reward 332-8285 6-5-5-20
/ free 16 oz drink BAGELS UNLIMITED. for ladle & men! EZ Tennis 372-2257 34 on Wednesdays Op-closing for College '
PREGNANT? Don't pu....Get Immediate St Plz. S-29-4-15 Night. $8 per student; unlimited
1620 W Univ. Open 7 am to 7 pm. 5-31- Found gold bracelet 5th floor CSE libraryon
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6-15
; 5/16. 335.0837 5-29-3-20
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 Dear Kathy pretzel w/a mad. soda. 6-5-5-16

20-25-15 HEADACHES BACKACHES It was great to see you at Lei's Get Phys .
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NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? SPORTS INJURIES free membership for signing a
year year
Get special student discount on exam CHIROPRACTIC WORKSI leas at The Frederick. One bedrm. FOUR REASONS NOT TO USETOOK
all at' PLANNED PARENT-,
and supplies atari at $300. Call 3727555.
Students may be covered by par.nt.h.alth .
HOOD. 3770881. 8-20-25-15
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Cardinal k ,yR,3 UF takes second,


loses match

third at SEC meetBy


self NCAAThere
at
MATT FOGLESON where the Lady Tigers scored 28
points with first, second, third
were almost as many memorable Alligator Writer and fourth place finishes.

quotes as passing shots at last week's Simply put, the UF women's The Lady Gators were leadingthe
NCAA Women's Tennis Championships at track team misses sophomore meet at the end of Saturday's
the Varsity Courts. Here are some of the sprinter Anita Howard's health. competition, with first place fin-
better ones. The Lady Gators finished sec- ishes from discus thrower
ond to LSU in this weekend'sSEC Raelene Carter, high jumper
-* Gregg Doyel Outdoor Championships in Maria Galloni! and javelin

THE Athens, Ga. The All-America thrower Cindy Herceg.But .
CHEAP SEAT"When Howard is recovering from a the LSU women domi-
pulled leg muscle and scored just nated Sunday's competition. In
two points in the 100 and 200- addition to their high total in the
I realized where I I
was, got
meter runs. 100-hurdles, the Lady Tigers
"
scared. Stanford freshman Meredith Me-
The women's team seemed un- scored 14 points in the 100-meter
Grath. The nation's top-ranked player, stoppable back in February when dash, 12 points in the 200meterdash
second round loss to Southern
stung by a Howard scored 18 points to lead and 10 points with a victoryin
I Cal's Lupita Novelo, stalked away from the team to a first place finish at the 400-meter()() relay. '
Scott Linder Stadium and didn't stop until
the SEC indoor meet. A healthy Dorchelle Webster and Tasha
discovering she lost in nearby
was some
I woods. Howard may also have made a Downing led the Lady Gators on
difference in this weekend'smeet Sunday.Webster put 10 points on
, ."Either get out, because you look like UFs 122 fell six
as points the board for UF with a victoryin
I you've got heat exhaustion or stay and shy of the Tigers' scpre. the 400-meter()() hurdles (57.49))
I "
Gators coach Brand! to
fight. Lady Andy The LSU men also frustratedthe and Downing took second place
Nicole Arendt after the worn-out UF junior
I I Gators, taking first with 137.3 and eight points in the 400-meter
stumbled to second-set deficit toKansas'
a 7-6,3-0 points, compared to UFs third dash ((52.49)).
Eveline Hamers in the singles
semifinals. 5 place score of 109. Tennessee The, women's 1,600-meter
finished second with 124.3 relay team of Kimberly Mitchell,
I ."I 1 decided to fight.I was thinking about
points. Howard, Webster and Downing
Michael Chang playing in the French Open.
, "We have a better, well- added 10 points with a first-place
I didn't like him but I
cramp sure now can
rounded team, but LSU is top finish.
I j r, ate to what he went through." Arendt
heavy in areas where points just For the UF Everett
I 1 alter winning 12 of the last 14 games to pullout men,Mark ,
can't be made up," UF women's Lewis Lacy, Marcel Carter and
i a 6-7,6-3, 6-1 victory over Hamers.U"She's
coach Beverly Kearney said. raced to in
i 6-feet and strong as an ox. MICHAEL HOLAHAN ALLIGATOR Tyrone Kemp victory
,
There's no doubt she'll be in the world's UF long jumper Anthony Johnson and the Gators finished Nowhere was that top heavi- the 1,600-meter relay. Everett
I I Top 20 some day." Stanford coach Frank third this weekend at the SEC Track and Field Champion- ness more evident than in and Kemp also won the 800 and
Sunday's 100meter'hurdles 400-meter() dashes
ships. respectively.
Car-
I Brennan of Debbie Graham after the

dinal junior swept through the 64personfield
without dropping a set en route to the

singles title. Luck not enough as MSU bumps UF
."I 1 think I'd rather face Florida. It would

t be a new team to beat.Stanford's Heather

Willens the day before the team championship Gators knock off Georgia on lucky bounce, but are eliminated next day, 82By
when asked if she'd rather play

UClA GUERRY SMITH base and bounced right back to

."You have to compare Stanford tennis Alligator WriterIn him. Perry threw home to nail a
with Notre Dame in football. It's that aura Georgia runner trying to score
of a great tradition and many, many famous order to win the Southeastern i ye on the overthrow, ending the
players. Everybody who grows up playing Conference tournament, the game. If not for the fortunate
tennis wants to play for Stanford. That's UF baseball team needed to re- bounce, the Gators might have
what the rest of the colleges have to con- verse three constants plaguingits lost another? heartbreaker.John .
tend with."Brandi!,after watching the Car 1990 season: a lack of timely Pricher ((6-3) picked up
dinal whitewash UF 5-1 in the team final. hitting,inconsistent pitching and the win in relief of Brent Stuart.

*t ."People have to say that,because if they bad luck. Pricher,'who is third in the SEC
don't,why go out and play (us)?"McGrath, The luck changed, courtesy of la, in earned run average ((2.71)), ac-
when asked why' opposing coaches and a concrete wall,but the other two counted for four of the. Gators'
players insist the Cardinal can be beaten. factors remained the same as UF last six victories.
""A lot of coaches and players were ((29-30)) lost two of three gamesin
looking forward to me playing Meredith Hoover Ala., to finish with its In the LSU game,starter Doug
first losing record since 1976. ALLIGATOR PHO10Reliever Brennan gave up four runs in the
(McGrath),but I knew anything could hapI
John Prlcher picked up the Gators' lone win at the SEC first three innings, and the Tigers
pen. There's still a lot of great players out The Gators lost to LSU, 64, in
I there."UF freshman Andrea Farley following the opener of the doubleelimination Tournament. Prlcher has accounted for four of UF's last six held on to win 64.

I McGrath's loss to Novelo. Farley, the tournament, recovered to victories. Losing early may have been a

third seed, lost the next day. eliminate Georgia, 6-5, but fell to looked to little-used left-hander strikeouts in three innings, but blessing for UF. Had the Gators
I'"** B"You"ve been great Now I'm going to Mississippi State, 8-2,Saturday. Mike Miller for salvation.But left the game in the fourth after won three in a row after losingto
bed." Arendt to the crowd after her final Entering the game against Miller, a Junior transfer walking the first two batters. LSU,their NCAA hopes would
against Graham, Arendt's 13th match in Mississippi State, the Gators from North Carolina who had Burke, who leads the nation in have been washed away. The
nine dav. knew they had to wip four gamesin pitched only seven innings all strikeouts per nine innings LSU-Mississippi State championship -

The Cardinal, one of the most dominant two days to capture the title. year, was no miracle worker. (13.2)), had not pitched since game was rained out, and
collegiate teams over the last decade'- in But the bottom of the sixth in- After walking Cohen,he gave' upa March 14 because of a sore right although both were declared co-
**ny sport dominated the tourney. But ning and the top of the seventh single to Tommy Raffo, a dou- shoulder. champions, regular-season win-
the Lady Gators fared pretty well, as well. sunk them in the first one. ble off the right field wall to Tracy Against Georgia, what should ner LSU gets the automatic bid

Arendt advanced to the singles final, With the game 'tied 2-2; UF Echols and a double to Jim Rob have been a routine game-ending to the NCAA Tournament MSU,

Farley to the third round, and Holly Dan- stranded two runners in scoring inson. double play turned into an adventure along with Georgia, received an
forth to the second.Both UF doubles teams, position in the sixth.Then, Cord 8-2 MSU. Goodbye UF. at-large bid,but the Gators would
Danforth-Cathy Goodrich and Arendt-Jill- Corbitt ((3-5) loaded the bases in UF squandered several oppor- UF second baseman Mike have been shut out in the same

ian Alexander, made it to the quarterfinals. the seventh by walking two bat- tunities for multiple-run innings Moberg's relay throw to first on situation.

-Arendt-Alexander defaulted after Arendfs ters and hitting another.As MSU early in the game,settling foronein J.R. Showalter's grounder went That kind of Juck would have

match with Hamers, after which she was lefty John Cohen walked to the the second and third. Starting over Herbert Perry's head, hit provided a fitting conclusion to. a
fed intravenously combat dehydration. plate UF ,coach, Joe Arnold pitcher. John Burke had eight the. concrete wall behind, first disappointing season.r .

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