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Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communication Ino.of Gainesville,Florida NCAA charges..l2 ,

VOLUME 83, NUMBER 154 THURSDAY, MAY 24,1990



NCAA charges'threaten



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10 violationsBy


RONALD DUPONT JR.
Alligator Writer a.

UF may be guilty of as many as 10 ri
in a case that a top NCAA official said
in nature."
David Berst, the National
Association's assistant executive
told UF President John Lombardi! in a ..rt9 .
ceived Tuesday that UF will be
found guilty of the violations.
Lombardi!and Athletic Director Bill
probably will receive some kind of Vsy
certainly. not the so-called "death
Such a penalty would force UF to
program for at least one year._
"It's something you don't want to
ger said Wednesday. "I don't think ( )
a possibility in this particular case. But
the right to impose it."
The 12-page inquiry asks UF to

see letter, page 5



Lombardi ALLIGATOR PHOTOS




Arnsparger By RONALD DUPONT -

Alligator Writer

The angry jeers and calls for
athletic department's more.
to be echoed in the NCAA's 5'A
"appropriate institutional control and
football and basketball programs Yarallan Amedee Towe McCraney Weber
But top UF officials said Wednesday Bill Arnsparger, top right, was Kirksey left UF In 1988. The NCAA charges that
was not necessarily what infuriated to clean up the athletic depart- Kirksey took money from a Gator Booster and f
drastic changes used to get control loaned it to a player.
and alumni yelling for people to be football coach Galen Hall, top Former basketball coach Norm Sloan, middle
Former Interim UF President .
Oct. 8,1989. The NCAA is left Oct. 31 1989
President John Lombardi and charging resigned under pressure
Arnsparger said those students and the salaries of former from UF officials. Along with Sloan, UF forced
more for a winning season than for coaches Zaven Yaralian and associate basketball coach Monte Towe and
rules. who left after the 1987 and 1988 assistant basketball coaches Ken McCraney and J
"Compliance and institutional Running back coach Larry Phil Weber to resign.
are the heart and core of intercollegiate
ger said."But in some people's cases,
have not heard enough of."
And while UF officials believe the could vary for infractions I
control, Lombardi said some alumni
have waited until the end of the BERRY would be .deemed major if they pro could be required to forfeit any games
before taking action. vided serious recruiting or competitive won ,with the help of an ineligible
"A lot of people got mad with Writer advantages, or if secondary violationswere player. Also, the NCAA could limit by
decided to take action during the for UF's 10 alleged repeated chronically, he said. 20 percent the number of athletic schol-
Lombardi said."Should he have waited could range from a Hilliard would not comment Wednes- arships UF gives each year.If .
season,when we had some wins"?No. wrist to the suspen- day on whether UF's alleged violationswere UF is found guilty of a major NCAA
university's integrity comes in. basketball and foot- secondary or major; but in the violation, the least punishment wouldbe
The changes Arnsparger made were minimum of one year. letter of inquiry handed down Tuesday, public reprimand.UFcouldalso face
football coach Galen Hall and basketball
director of enforce- NCAA assistant executive director for probation for a year or more, ineligibility -
to Kyle Morris, the starting
resign. Collegiate Ath- enforcement David Berst said the case for NCAA championship events,
mitted to betting, was suspended for
seemed to be "major." post-season meets and tournamentsand
,said penalties depend
basketball coach
And when interim a ban on live television coverage.
hard-line attitude with the team,causing alleged" violations" If UF is found guilty of secondary UF also could also be forced to reduce
best players to quitArnsparger .or "major. violations, the NCAA could prohibit the number of athletic scholarships it
None of these actions went over provide limited coaches and staff from going off cam-
recruit. UF could be forced
competitive pus to to
see Arn.p.fg.r, page see Sanction, page 4
tit advantages, Billiard said. Violations, pay fines between><$500 and$5,000. ,and "

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2,ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, MAY 24,1990COLLEGE,

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,JISU leaders remove 'racist' game -undertones- and by default, therefore promoted the threat of measles, j '

Iowa State University's Student Union Board succeeded racism,"Jackson said. 2 S

in its attempt remove a"racist" video game, ,J Clemson to get all-in-one ID card 8 Drs. Baysen, NS
SUB Finance Director Darius Jackson said. Beginning in the second summer session, Clemson S
According to the Iowa State Daily, SUB leaders University will begin using an all-in-one ID card, The Burke & Cantwell

began working to remove the video game "Double Tiger reported.The 5 are offering 8tj
Dragon" from ISU's Memorial Union after the group card will be used as an ID card, meal ticket and
tj Vaccine J
received several complaints.In library card, and also will be used to get athletic the MMR

a letter to the Union's executive committee, SUB tickets and for entrance to Clemson's Fike Recreation i for $32 e ose ;
leaders said the object of the game is for "one or two Center. \
white'Rambo-like'men to rescue a white woman from There is no charge to students for the card and s i I
criminal gangs whose members are all black or per students will receive the cards during the registration S Please call for an S

sons of color." period of the second summer semester appointment \ RODERICK'Stst.
"It was SUB's opinion that the game had racist ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT
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care of business: The and master self-defense techniques.Call in Reitz Union Room 357. Call Pat at
Graduate Student Council is havinga Fei at 395-8120. 3351796.Are .
business meeting tonight at 6:30: in Good shot: Students can obtain you being served?: B'nai Two
McCarty Auditorium. All grads are the second state-mandated measles B'rith Hillel Foundation is having Dance 1 Floors
welcome. Call 3737972. vaccination from the Student Health Shabbot services at 7 and Shabbot .
Of course: Students interested in Care Center at the Infirmary. Comein dinner at 8 Friday night at the Hillel UPSTAIRS
working on the UF Student Govern today and avoid the rush. Call 392- Center, 16 N.W. 18th St. Paid reservations
ment Course Guide, a book of com 1161 cxt. 309. for dinner are due Friday at Wed:
prehensive course/instructor It's a miracle: The Preprofes- 1 p.m. Call 372-2800. Simon's got 1DANCE"
descriptions, should attend an information sional Service Organization will holda Conference: The Department of
REAL PLACE TO the ,
session this afternoon from carnival and drawing inside the Veterans Affairs is sponsoring a conference power.
2 to 4 in Reitz Union Room 346. Call Oaks Mall June 2 and 3 to benefit the entitled: 'Common Thurs
Richard Shuster at 3351877. Children's Miracle Network. Call Problems of the Hospitalized Elderly :
Dance the night away: B'Nai the PSO office at 3921510. ," today and Friday at the Gainesville Brainstorm i ,
B'rith Hillcl Foundation is sponsor Support group: Student Mental Hilton. There is a $35 TAT E OF with Troy.
ing Israeli Folk Dancing tonight at Health is forming a confidential sup registration fee and students can
8:30: at the Hillel Center, 16 N.W. 18 port group for students who are HIV join. Call the VA at 374-6114. Fri: ,.
St. Newcomers are welcome. Call positive.The group will run through Sports cards: Bring your old THE ARTBANGBANG' Simon says,
3722800. Summer C. Interested persons baseball cards to the Baseball and
"everybody
Isshinryu: The Isshinryu Karate should contact Linda Lewis at 392- Football Sportscards Show Monday, "
Club is open to all UF students and 1171 for a screening interview.It's May 28, from 9 a.m, to 5 p.m. at the dane
faculty Workouts Monday,Wed anonymous: The student Gainesville Holiday Inn, 1250 W. Sat
nesday and Friday afternoons from group of Alcoholics Anonymousmeets University Ave. Admission is free. :
4:30: to 6 at the Women's Gym. Come every Thursday night at 8:30: Call JJ:, 9814070. Take a trip

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THURSDAY, MAY 24,1990,ALLIGATOR,3



Name-signing anxiety



puts pressure on White

....
there will be tables in
By MATTHEW SAUER Monday, set up
I Alligator WriterA front of Library East and Library West
by the Plaza of the Americas between 10
stack of signature cards five feet a.m. and 4 p.m. for students who wishto
high and three Democratic candidatesare give their signatures. 'A lot
all that stand between former UF and White plans to campaign on three
Santa Fe Community College student main issues: reproductive rights for
LaMonte White and the seat in the U.S. women,tax increases and improved dis-
House of Representatives.White trict representation.White r A
announced his candidacy for said Rep. Cliff Stearns, the Re-
the U.S. House of Representatives Sixth publican congressman who holds the
Congressional District seat Tuesday afternoon District 6 seat, has proven through his
to a small crowd at UF's Plazaof conservative voting record and stand on
the Americas.To abortion that government "should be a
qualify for the Sept 4 primary, clearinghouse for a woman's right to
White must collect 6,127 signatures. If control her own body."
he cannot collect the signatures, he will White said he is opposed to tax increases -
have to pay a $5,000 filing fee. White to reduce the nation's deficit,
said he has about 2,000 signatures, but unlike many Democrats.
he has had some difficulty getting people There are no problems with financ-
to sign. ing the budget of the United States thata
'The signature is not an endorsement.It rational ordering of priorities cannot
just allows me to run,"he said."Peopleare solve."
hesitant to put their names on any- White said Stearns has been inaccessible
thing." to the voters who put him in office.

White, 25, said he is relying mostlyon "Mr. Stearns is out of step with this
students to help with his signature district and out of touch with his constituency
drive and campaign. He said beginning ," White said.


I UF chosen as training site


Food service uses Union to teach employeesBy

JIM DUBREUIL management trainees a range of experience -
that extends from the fine diningof
Alligator Wnter
the Arredondo Room to the conve-
Service America, the parent companyof nience store shopping of the Beaty
Gator Dining Service, has designatedthe Bread Basket.
Reitz Union as its national manage- Miller said the addition of Little 4
ment training headquarters.The Caesar's, Dunkin'Donuts and TCBYYo-
$1.1 billion company, which gurt to the Union, planned for later this
serves more than 70 colleges and uni- summer, will give Service America employees
versities across the country,plans to use valuable work experience.
its facilities at UF to teach the aspectsof 0Blonde
food service management.Wes The training program will allow all
Miller,general manager of Gator levels of management to receive handson -
Dining Service, said the new program is experience," Miller said.

"a very big complement to UF." John Neely, associate director of the
The program, introduced last week, Union, said the program will be advan-
is offering a seven-day course for the tageous to UF's food services.
company's district managers.
UF is Service America's single largest
The program is designed to implement
training for all levels of manage- account. E. ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR

ment. The,Connecticut-based company, in leading the blindSuzanne
Miller said Service America chose UF addition to serving college and universi- Vincent, 18, leads blindfolded Teresa Smith, 19, during their exceptional
because of the wide variety of food ser- ties, offers its services to industries, people class Monday. Class members experienced what it would be like
vices Gator Dining offers. businesses, vendors, jails and the U.S. to be blind by walking through campus with only a classmate to lead them.
He said Gator Dining Service will offer House of Representatives.


I Senate passes dentistry travel, sports funding billsevents II

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By NICHOLLE NEUMANN because our Spring Break comes much later in another country," he said. Two senators battled closely for the va-
Alligator Writer than the undergraduate break," he said. Most senators supported the bill, includ- cant R&A seat. Sen. Ted Tagalaska received
The Activity and Service Fee Advisory ing Senator Diane McGinty, who motionedto Vision support, but the seat went to Sen.
After much"heated debate, the Student Committee approves funding for many UF amend the original bill sum to$4,502 from Chris Gerardy, a Vision member who was
Senate approved a Dentistry College Coun- groups. $3,743. not endorsed by the party.
cil travel bill in a double session Tuesday Krieger and eight other dentistry students "The dentistry school is asking for sucha
The R&A has few problems that needto
a
night. appeared before the senate Tuesday night. small fraction of its total costs, that we
be corrected Gerardy said to senators.
An important Replacement and Agendaseat They urged senators to support the bill, not should include the costs of the trip from ,
also was filled and Student Body Pres- only to allow dentistry students to gain ex- Gainesville to Miami," McGinty said. "We need to encourage more minoritiesto
ident Michael Browne urged opposition to perience, but also to help out poor people in The dentistry group asked SG to pay only get involved with senate. In addition, we
the state Legislature's proposed 6 percent Santo Domingo. 20 percent of its estimated $22,000 bill. need to encourage current senators to get
surcharge on state universities.The "While we prevent rotting teeth, we builda Although SG has paid for the entire bill in involved in committees. I will do both," he
dentistry travel bill, which provides positive reputation for the dentistry school the past, this year the dentistry group raised said.
$4,502 in SG funds, will allow a group of 22 and the University of Florida as a whole," $12,000 in supplies on its own.
also He
Browne to senators.
spoke urged
students to travel to Santo Domingo Krieger told senators.
dentistry In other business, the Senate approved a them to get signatures on petitions opposingthe
Dominican Republic. The amendment passed, but not without recreational sports bill.This bill will providean proposed 6 percent tax increase.
Although the request was submitted in debate. Judiciary Chairman Adam Tan- extra $7,615 to cover the mandatory
February, the bill was not brought before enbaum said he opposed the entire bill. minimum wage increase to $3.85. The bill Browne will travel to Tallahassee Wednes-
senators until May, said Jared Krieger,president "I think the dentist trip is a good idea, but will allow intramural sports to run through day to speak with legislators about stoppingthe
of the Dentistry College Council. ASFAC funds should be appropriated to Summer A, said ASFAC Coordinator Bret tax.The Florida Legislative session ends
"We had problems meeting with ASFAC campus events like Career Expo not Berlin. June 1.



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7 arrested in cemetery desecrationPARIS Compact to Full Size : r
tI : Sports Cars to Luxury It-
(UPI) Seven people suspected of belong- "satanic music cult" known as "Trash." Police said : 4 DAYS :
ing to a"satanic music cult"were arrested Wednesdayin they may be the same group that unearthed a numberof i
the desecration of a Jewish cemetery in the town skulls in November 1988 at a cemetery in the town Fri. 8 am -> 6 pm : i
of Carpentras, police said. of Lombers, located just south of Albi. : Til same time TuesdayAs It-
Investigators said at least some of the seven people Other police sources said an eighth person believedto .. low as ItIt
being questioned are believed to have been involvedin be a "skinhead" may have been arrested by policein $89.95
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desecrating another cemetery in 1988. Toulouse in south-central France in the Carpentrascase. : Itit lti
Police arrested 15 people in pre-dawn raids in the 800 Free Miles It0
region around the town of Albi, 200 miles west of the Police have concentrated their investigation among : 372-2561 :
southern town of Carpentras. All but the seven were skinheads in southern France because of their alleged : It-
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released after identity checks, police said. connections with neo-Nazi groups. AUTO *It-
The arrests in an area relatively far from Carpentras Although the French government sent an additional '!PRO THE FESS O'NALS' LEASING; '..
backed the belief among police that the vandals who 60 officers to work on the case last week, police *****************It-
desecrated 34 tombs and impaled the body of an sources said the investigation had been badly
recently buried man on an umbrella on May 10 came hampered by a lack of evidence and political meddling.Last .
from outside the immediate region. week police arrested three skinheads near the
The vandalism at the Carpentras cemetery and eastern city of France and charged them with defacing TOYOTA ForeignN
similar acts at other burial sites later caused 90 tombstones at the Catholic cemetery of Saint- -
widespread consternation in France. A silent march Herblain.
against racism gathered an estimated 200,000 peoplein Police said the suspects admitted to painting DomesticAlternators
Paris May 14, including President Francois Mitter- slogans against the extreme right-wing National Front
rand. Party because they were upset that skinheads were 1 MYERS SERVICE CENTER I
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between 20 and 30 years old and are linked to a bizarre Carpentras. ;

. Iliescu captures landslide victory 4-cylinder Minor Tune$24.16 Ups 1 1 I _114 t;. )

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BUCHAREST Romania (UPI) Interim PresidentIon on television more than me in the run-up to the ( models slightly more) ;
Iliescu declared Wednesday there was"no dangerof elections."
sliding back to communism" after his party's Ratiu was the presidential candidate for the opposi- Foreign Car Tires 1
landslide victory in Romania's first free elections in tion National Liberal Party, which alleged it was not -N-
half a century. given equal access to state-run television. StartersDiscount
Beaming and appearing relaxed at their first news Iliescu said the reason the opposition fared so 1
conference since Sunday's election, Iliescu and Prime poorly in the polls was because "they resorted to 1 IISpecial I
Minister Petre Roman laughed off opposition chargesthat violence, which was a mistake, while we entered the 1 1 Prices
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the National Salvation Front's lopsided win wasa race in the spirit of fair play." 1 As Low As $19.95
defeat for democracy."The With more than 90 percent of the ballots counted, I Sale Price on Supra
break with communism is not just a personal Iliescu garnered 12,057,591 votes,or 85 percent, com- & Cressida Tires. Call and
thing, it's a great historical movement," Iliescu said. pared to 1,496,082 votes,or 10.6 percent,hisclosest FREE' ELECTRICAL CHECKS
"A return to communism simply is not possible. Who rival, Radu Campeanu of the National Liberal Party. ask about our low prices!! 1 With PurchaseAAMAC

would bring it about?" Ratiu received 587,970 votes, or 4.2 percent. NE 35th Av I
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Iliescu also dismissed claims by some Western The National Salvation Front also scored a decisive 376-6752 l-A HI
observers that the election campaign was flawed and victory in the parliamentary elections, capturing 66.5 M-F 34th
rejected allegations that the Front intimidated opposi- percent of the vote, partial returns showed. I 1 7:30-6:00: 2
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tion parties and manipulated the news media. Iliescu was a secretary of the communist party 1I
He said there was no need for an independent Central Committee before being kicked out of the 1 378-7676
investigation into alleged campaign abuses, as leadership in 1984 by dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. 1 Show your Student ID and get 1
demanded by one monitoring group, the Helsinki Throughout the election campaign, opposition parties IL 5% off a complete set of tires 1 508 NW 8th Ave.
Foundation for Human Rights. made an issue of the large number of former com -------.1
"The press is not under control of the governmentor munist party officials in the Front's upper level posi-
anybody," Iliescu said. "Mr. (Ion) Ratiu was in fact tions.If .
THE EARLYr

SANCTIONSfrom the NCAA feels that whatever cluding illegal recruiting and pay-
punishment UF imposed on ing athletes at least $61,000.
page 1 coaches and staff was not severe "But they had had repetitive vi- BIRD.
awards. enough,it can further punish them. olations," said Frank Remington, ..
Also, if the school has won The NCAA also can ask UF to sever chairman of the infractions com-
money in an NCAA championship ties with boosters who committed mittee that punished SMU. "The PREPARE FOR
game with the help of players inel- violations, and the association can school had continued to lie and to
igible because of "major" recruiting strike individual and team play re- say 'we're clean' when there had MCAHSATGMATSATDATGRENMB
violations, it will have to return cords or take back awards and been approval all the way up to the
90 percent of that money. trophies. Board of Regents to keep violatingthe
The NCAA can prohibit UF from NCAA rules."
Winnings from 1987-88 NCAA voting or serving on NCAA com- The University of Oklahoma
championships totaled more than mittees,from recruiting athletes or football program and the University
$600,000. The NCAA has chargedthat from playing, the so-called "death of Kentucky basketball pro-
former Gator basketball star penalty." gram were put on three years GRE PSYCH OAT PCAT SPEED READING
Vernon Maxwell was ineligible .Texas' Southern Methodist University probation for their violations. Ken
when he played in those champi- has been the only school tucky also received a reduction in Join
onship games because he had re- ever to receive the death penalty.In scholarships. Both universitieswere our "Early Bird" ClassesIn
ceived money from South Florida 1987, it was banned from play accused of recruiting viola- Preparation for Your
sports agents. for one year for 13 violations, In- tions.
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THE NCAA CHARGES UF WITH page 1 The following Is a brief summary of some of the events that

release of the NCAA letter of
prefaced Tuesday's
THE violations from inquiry:
FOLLOWING VIOLATIONS: alleged ranging accusations
of sports agents paying players to
coaches acting unethically. UF has until July 27,1988 .. Former UF President Marshall Criser announces the school Is
1. A student-athlete received $100 from July 20 to respond.On conducting an Internal Investigation into possible drug problems with UPs athletic

Professional Athlete's Financial Advisors, Inc. Aug. 10, the NCAA's Committee of programs.
and signed a representation contract with the Infractions will meet and is expected to May 22,1989 In a 90-page federal Indictment, four South Florida sports agentsare
agency. The player received about $30,000 In review the case, releasing its findings charged with racketeering and fraud for making secret payments to UF athletes.
loans from PAFA and participated In 1987 and before the first UF football game Sept. 8. Two of the agents represent former Gators Vernon Maxwell and Ron Moten.

1988 NCAA basketball championships, even / UFofficials expected the letter,becausethe Sept. 12,1989 The sports agents'attorneys file a motion that includes grand jury
though he knew he was Ineligible. NCAA has been investigating the testimony by Maxwell, who says he received money from UF coaches, Including
2. Former basketball coach Norm Sloan school since June 30. Lombardi! said the former basketball coach Norm Sloan.

arranged for a player to receive an airline ticket letter focuses on several perceived prob- Sept.28,1989 The sports agents plead guilty to conspiracy to commit mail and
that cost the UF Athletic Association $241. lems that UF has already been trying to wire fraud In connection with making Illegal payments to Maxwell and five football
3. Sloan allowed a prospective player's motherto resolve.But it's nice to now have an NCAA players.Oct. .

use the return portion of the athlete's round- checklist to respond to, he said. .8, 1989- UF forces football coach Galen Hall to resign.

trip airline ticket after they visited Gainesvilleand "It allows us to focus on the specific Oct.31, 1989 UF forces Sloan to resign. .

the mother decided her son should stay for issues," he said. May 22,1990 The NCAA sends UF a letter of Inquiry, asking school officials to
summer school. The NCAA inquiry asks for hundredsof respond to 10 NCAA rules violations.ARNSPARGER .
4. Former football coach Galen Hall gave a forms of documentation,from copies of
player money to pay an athlete's delinquent plane tickets and financial records to let-

child-support debt. ters of explanation for certain UF proce- came in immediately and began Identifying
5. Former assistant football coach Larry dures.It problems."
from 1
page
Kirksey took $100 from a Gator booster and also tells UF to contact every person
gave It to a player to go home tor Christmas: mentioned in the allegations, from ath- officials said. Solving those problems is what has
The player later repaid the loan. letes to Gator boosters, and give them a Bryan has told stories of receiving given UF's program the stability the
chance to reply. Those same people also NCAA has said it is lacking, Lombardi!
6. Hall provided two assistant football coaches hastily scrawled letters written in huge
said. He also pointed to of the most
'with salary supplements that totaled $22,000. may appear before the infractions committee handwriting, calling for Arnsparger's one
7-8. Hall and Sloan acted unethically In the with their respective attorneys.Two resignation. Then there were the angry recent changes putting the Athletic
Association, a private organization,
charges above. The two coaches knowinglyand people who could make such ap- phone calls, the hanging of DeVoe in
under the supervision of Lombardi! andArnspargert
willfully operated their programs contraryto pearances are former football coach Galen effigy and the constant booing that
NCAA rules. Hall and former basketball coach Norm greeted Arnsparger at sporting events.

9. Former UF President Marshall Crlser and Sloan,who have both said they were angry "He knows to do what is right is more
former Interim President Robert Bryan with UF after being forced to resign. important> than to be liked," Lombardi! "Now we have integrity-in Arnsparger -
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and in the coaches, Lombardi said.
before the board
Their
erroneously certified for five years that UF was appearance said.While
complying with NCAA rules. Their certifications/ could create heated debate, Lombard! it's true that some of the alleged
were based on Information from Sloan, Hall said. But he added that he will fully sup- violations occurred after Arnsparger Arnsparger said he always knew some
and Kirksey, who attested that they had told port Arnsparger and UPs actions."I was hired in 1987, Lombardi! said he is of his decisions were not going to be
the presidents about NCAA rules violations don't say they don't have a right on not to be blamed.There is simply no way popular. But he added that UF officials
knew of when any had not. how to feel," Lombardi! said. "Thats their Arnsparger could have identified and made clear what his job, with its good
they actually they
view. Arnsparger turns out to be articulating solved every problem within his first and bad aspects, would be before he
10. These allegations demonstrate a lack of
the university's version." year or so, Lombardi! said. agreed to become the director.
appropriate Institutional control and monitoring
Arnsparger said he's happy that Sloan "We hired Bill Arnsparger to get the
In the administration of UPs basketball and
and Hall have agreed to cooperate with program in order," Lombardi! said. "They told me what to expect," he
football programs. the NCAA and he looks forward to gettingthe "What you look for when you hire some- said. "I understand that. I accept that
allegations resolved. one is that they are doing that job. He responsibility."


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official. The letter from the National Collegiate Ath-

letic Association was delivered Tuesday outlining 10,alleged -
violations. UF gets to respond and then the NCAA DUD

will substantiate the violations and impose a penalty. MY

Tigert Hall and athletic department officials are lettingout
sighs of relief because their scheme is almost over.

The scheme started with the hiring of Athletic DirectorBill

Arnsparger and followed with the "forced resigna-

tions" of football and basketball coaches. Officials hope

the scheme will save UF sports from the loss of hundredsof
thousands of dollars.

These dollars, which come from television appearancesand

alumni contributions, are what get otherwise ethical
coaches and athletes in trouble. And it inevitably be-

comes the source of the uncontrollable schemes.

UF's scheme was very well-executed. And it probablywill
work. It began as an effort to "clean house" after 59
substantiated NCAA violations resulted in the firing of

then-football coach Charley Pell and a two-year probation, 4 4#

among other things.

When a federal drug investigation revealed drug use

among athletes in mio1988, questions arose as to where

they got the money to buy drugs. Officials must have met f/Preserve I
to decide how to handle the potentially disastrous news Paynes Prairie forever

that someone was paying players. Should they stand be- -
In controversies such as the current one over the
hind their should avoid
people at any cost or they severe
development of Paynes Prairie, we often feel compelled >> Holly Jensen
NCAA penalties and clean house immediately? By mid- to present economic arguments in an effort to S
1989, it was clear they had chosen the latter. preserve the biological diversity that benefits us all. PEAKING OUTthe
To make themselves look better in the eyes of the The battle for our dying Earth is not going to be won
NCAA and hopefully avoid the death penalty, UF forced on utilitarian grounds.We hope for the Earth is indeed grim.
citizens have lost faith because
two coaches out. Maybe the NCAA would look on this as are once again considering the question of Perhaps politiciansso their
often for the that finance
act special interests
a sign of good faith and when the final gavel came down, whether another or not piece a developer of our rapidly will shrinking be allowed wilderness.You to destroyyet election campaigns, rather than following the will of

remember their efforts and be lenient in its punishment.How may ask, "What has biological diversity done for the people. I do not know of a single person in Alachua
else do they explain the firings of assistant basket- me lately?" The answer is plenty, and undoubtedlyfar County who wants the Hunt Club development to take
ball coaches Monte Towe, Ken McCraney and Phil more than most people realize. Those of us with place.When one considers for a moment the biological
Weber? They were fired soon after coach Norm Sloan any degree of Earth literacy understand this. wasteland this South Florida developer comes from,
have of what the in
future area
There is mainstream we a glimpse our own
no question among biologistsof
was forced out without, as they say, ever being able to the severe threat to remaining bio-diversity. We may be if we fail to act.
defend themselves. They were not implicated in the are currently witnessing the most biologically impoverishing The controversy Is not new.The progrowthatanycost -
NCAA report released Tuesday. Sloan's "witch hunt" com- experience this planet has undergone in prejudice shared by many of those in power is
ments don't sound so bitter now. its 4-billion-year history. Our options for averting this the reason that less than 2 percent of this country's
calamitous trend diminish with each passing day. natural areas are preserved as wilderness. The fact
We aren't saying the coaches and athletes didn't break
that we are now arguing about whether this too shouldbe
We already know that present parks and refuges
rules. Neither they. They know they broke rules. But
are
throughout the world are simply insufficient in size lost is evidence of the seriousness of this dilemma.I
when the University Athletic Association, the Alumni As- to support the existence of large animals over time. I fear we may one day look up and realize that the
sociation and television benefits raise so much money for We need to be expanding wildernesses and linking planet has been nickel-and-dimed to death.A .
the sports program, the pressures make ethics almost im- remaining natural areas with wildlife corridors, and single individual, motivated by greed, is askingfor
possible. yet we are constantly finding ourselves in the processof permission to destroy another piece of our life-
trying to save more animals on less land with greater support system. Please call our county commissionersand
Was it more unethical to help a player get his life in
pressures on that habitat. let them know that this environmentally destruc.
order or fire an employee just to look good? We think it We must stop the continued pollution, encroach- tive development must be stopped. Let's turn those
was more unethical to fire an employee.The ment, fragmentation and degradation of wildlands. If Earth Day pledges into action.
NCAA calls UF's alleged violations "major." Com- we, the affluent industrialized nations, cannot act Holly Jensen is a Gainesville resident who is con
pared to the violations in 1984, they are minor. In 1984, responsibly in preserving our own back yards, then cerned about the environment. '

there were 107 alleged violations, including allegations of I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

slush funds, spying on opponents' practices and giving
recommendations. awarded first-come first-serve
WSU offers task on a : ,
players thousands of dollars. The NCAA substantiated 59 RECOMMENDATIONS: basis.

of those and UF got probation for two years. force alternativesEditor 1. Quality of Life Task Force: 4. Task force:.A campus-wide
So what kind of penalties should be imposed this time? Sensitivity and awareness training mechanism be, developed for
If the NCAA wants to hurt UF sports, it should take away : The Alligator has inferredin for student leaders, faculty and ad- reporting monitoring, evaluatingand
some cash. Make UF back tournament and the May 22 editorial "Majority ministrators be conducted on a resolving acts of racial harassment -
pay money
doesn't need protection" that our regular basis. and disrespect...
take away television time. Maybe the money loss will views (White Student Union) do White Student Union: RecogniZing WSU: NO BIG BROTHER.
make UF officials realize the error of their scheming, un- not represent the majority of stu- and opposing indoctrination Criminal acts should be reportedto
ethical ways. But probably not. dents as if we claimed such. from any source, i.e. free thought. the police. Who will define "ra
Since The Alligator has suddenly 2. Task force: At least ten new cial disrespect?"
taken an interest in views of the African-American and ten new The Alligator has stated that
alligator Editor majority, perhaps The Alligator Hispanic faculty be hired each "Perhaps the beliefs of the actual
Chabot would like to conduct a survey of membership (WSU) Isn't a
Lucy year.WSU
them for which we would like to : No quotas. Best qualified majority at all."But where minority
Managing Editor Opinions Editor suggest one subject: the Quality of applicant, regardless of race interests are involved, what dif
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella Life Task Force should be hired. ference do the beliefs of anyone
This group formed last 3. Task force: A percentage of else make?
Letters Letter to Policy the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one'by-10 page). They should be semester to further minority inter- on-campus: housing be reserved for Mark Wright
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name address and telephone ests, has recently made several African-American and Hispanic WSU President
number. Names will b. withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call recommendations to which the students. McCormickWSU
the editorial editor at 376-4458_ Steven
page(
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Romeis reads at her son holds an object belonging to someone get Into pairs.. stream under a big green leaf where she
Marguerite the classroom where else and tries to receive information "I 1 want you to come and stand In front felt like an insect.. She also thought of
class about that person in the form of mental of the person," she says.. "Close your something to say to someone she knows..
Thursday nights. pictures or emotional feelings.. The stu-- eyes.. And if you want to hold their hand "That's' good," Marguerite says.. "As
r'' 'Marguerite is in her 50s,and dents have tried psychometry before and and touch their shoulder, then you can long as you got some answers.. That's'
her reddish-brown hair is styled neatly are ready to practice again. do it.. Stand in front of the person while what it's' all about.
r around her face. She wears matching lip- "Okay, lets try it," Marguerite says. you're' in a meditative state and see what Lilia says she saw shadows and heard
stick and nail polish, a white button-down "Take off that lot.." "
something you wear a you can get.. someone say, "Don't go.
blouse
tucked into a calf-length black skirt s the four students remove rings Marguerite, who is standing in front of "When you get a message like that, and
and black
strand pumps with bows on them. A As and watches, Marguerite walks Juanita's' desk, now looks at her. "Are you they don't say who it's' for, ask," Marguerite
of
her neck. navy blue beads. hangs around from person to person,distribut-- trying to change jobs?" she asks. tells her.. "Ask them, and they'll' tell
ing each item to another person. "Oh, yes," Juanita says with such exas-- you who it's' for.. You'll' think, ''That's' my
Sniffling and wiping her nose, she """""- "When all the
have been
1 pieces peration that Marguerite and the other mind playing tricks on me.. I must have
stands to greet Christi, the first studentto given out, she turns out the lights.. She students laugh.. thought that name up or something./'
enter the classroom.. She explains she instructs the students to put their feet on "Just as I stood in front of you, I couldsee ally, it isn't.' You'll' get an answer.""
went to a spiritual healing session the the floor, close their eyes, inhale through a job change," Marguerite tells her.. Tineke felt very emotional during her
previous weekend, and her body Is their noses and exhale through their ""You're going to be changing jobs soon." meditation, she says.. She felt a warm
cleansing itself of bad spirits through a mouths. She begins to murmur instruc-- "Good," Juanita says with a sigh of feeling from head to toe..
cold.. She says the class members will tions.. '
relief. Christi, who usually isn't able to see
have to give her good energies so that "Visualize red number three..a. beau-
a She soon turns her attention to Lilia. anything during meditation, says that
she'll feel better.. tiful red number three.. Inhale.. As you "You have a smile on your face all the she was able to see everything Marguerite
Lilia and Tineke, two middleagedwomen exhale, say, ''Body, relax./' Continue Inhal- time," she says.. "But inside, there's' a lot had described until she tried to see
with Germanic accents arrive Ing..A.. three..Exhalirg.. relax..' VIsualize going on.." She passes her palm in frontof her guide.
Ik7LJ.IIIe next, followed by Juanita, a young black a yellow two. Breathe in a yellowtwo. Lilia. "When I went like this (she repeats -
woman.. Marguerite says that usually As you exhale, say, ''Mind, relax./' the motion), I felt like I wanted to "That's great because when you started
there are nine or 10 people in class, but Her voice is quieter as the students -cry..: the class, you couldn't' even visualize,"
tonight only four come.. When enough continue to inhale and exhale deeply. a short break, Marguerite Marguerite says to her.. "That's' wonderful. -
time passes for late-comers to arrive, "Visualize a blue 1," she says.. "I I am the process of medita-- See? The more you meditate, the
Marguerite stands in the center of the intuitively, psychically and spirituallyaware. After.She puts a tape in a portable more you will be able to pick up things
room and begins the night's' lesson.. ." and turns it on.. Smooth, and have questions answered..
"Have we talked about suicide yet?" The sound of heavy breathing is the -*---tranquil keyboard music fills the Marguerite meditates every morning.
she asks.. The students shake their heads.. only noise in the room as Margueritestops room. Marguerite directs the students'' When she first started meditating more
"Well, we need to talk about it.." talking for a few moments.. "Re- breathing, lulling them into a quiet, medi-- than ten years ago, she used visualiza-
e! She draws a timeline on the chalkboardas member the first thought you pick up," tative state.. Her low, even tone of voice tion, picturing things in her mind to help
she begins to talk about what happens she then says.. "Don't' try to change it with accompanies the music perfectly.. her relax and concentrate.. But now she
///IiLIThLLY when a spirit commits suicide.. your physical mind.." "Visualize walking down this beautiful doesn't' need that help.
I ds "We all touch someone's' life for some The four women sit, clasping the object path," she begins. "On either side of this "Sometimes things will just flash in
/ reason," she says.. "(If)) you commit suicide they hold.. The room is silent, except for path are beautiful flowers, every color front of you," she says.. "But then, it'll'
at 30, then you've' changed the lives the sound of trucks whizzing by outside you could possibly think of. And all of gradually stop to where you can actuallysee
TN i jj of all these people that you were sup and an occasional sniffle from Marguerite. these flowers are giving off vibrations, what's' going on. Then it'll' get to
9 deal ? posed to come in contact with.. After about 10 minutes, Marguerite and they're' all a form of healing vibra- where you can see back in time..and. then
COLOR R who has been Interrupts the silence.. "Whenever you get tions. And as you're' walking down this you can see even into the future.."
the class for seven whatever you can get, open your eyes and lane, you're' feeling these beautiful heal- last exercise of tonight's' class is
Marguerite, herself a spiritual- we'll' get started," she says.. ing energies from the top of your headto The a dance. The women stand in pairs, .
I It in psychic phe- One by one each woman'slowly' opens the ti tip p of f your r toes." in front of another, and lightly
-'nomena.. She prefers to use her eyes. Marguerite begins to ask them She leads them through a gate and upa palms.. To the sound of rhyth--
the word "spiritual" rather than "psychic?. what they have seen or felt.. She starts a wet, grassy hill until they reach the top. mic, upbeat music, the students
because the latter may conjure images of with Trineke, who is holding Christi's' She describes the clouds that could be close their eyes and move their arms in
bizzare and evil beliefs in people's' minds.To ring. Trineke says she was distracted by seen from the hill and one that is approaching circles, up and down, in and out.. After a
Marguerite, "psychic" means intuitive, the sounds outside the open door and them. Then Marguerite tells few minutes, they change partners and
which she believes everyone is to some hadn't' seen anything.. Marguerite takes the students to climb onto the cloud as it continue to move their arms to the nfusic..
degree. In her psychic-awareness class,she the ring from her and holds It."It it.. comes closer and meet their spirit guide, Marguerite says the purpose of the danceis
' teaches people to be more aware of their has a lot of good energies, and I feel who will lead them on the rest of their to feel as one with another person."It .
,I own intuition, of the people and things like it was given to you by your parents," journey. just really gives you a feeling of
' around them and of Cod.. She does this she says to Christi. Marguerite stops talking and turns up peace and of knowing that we really are
.. through meditation and visualization exer-- "My mom and my aunts split it as a the volume of the music, which is now one, because if you just blank your mind
cl cises.. gift," Christi replies.. Marguerite nods the sound of birds chirping and a stream out and go, after awhile you don't' even
4 The seven-week class that meets at and asks Christi, who had held Trineke's' gurgling. About 30 minutes later, she tells feel the other person's' hands,"" Marguerite
Gainesville High School is offered watch, what she had seen. the students to leave their guides and says. "It's' like you blend.""
through the Santa Fe Adult Community "All I really saw was the color purple," climb off the cloud, go down the hill, After the dance ends, the class gathersin
Education program four times a year and Christi says."That's through the gate and finally down the a circle and holds hands. As they stand
costs $$25. Some students who want to very good. Purple's' very spiri- path again. The students open their eyes, with their heads bowed and eyes closed,
I continue learning about psychic aware- tual," Marguerite said.. She turns' to squinting at the bright, room. Christi thanks Cod for bringing everyone
I ness after completing the class may join Trineke. "And you've been trying to workon "Good morning," Marguerite says, there.. After the prayer, everyone hugsone
'an "advanced" group Wednesday's'. at your spiritualness. Purple is an Indi- turning the music off and speaking another, says goodnight and leaves
Marguerite's' home.. cation of spirituality." louder.. ""You all had a nice sleep.. Let's' the classroom.
... Tonight Marguerite talks about suicide, After the psychometry exercise, Marguerite ,see what came out of that nap.. Juanita, After the others leave,Marguerite gathers -
t .::. ra / reincarnation and deja vu.. She also talks g asks the students to something where did you go?" .. her notebook and stereo, turns out the
.' ;, about psychometry, which is when a p per- a little different. She tells them again to Juanita says she sat next to a little lights and shuts the door..

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American Universities and Colleges, are ,
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Gerkin, Angeli Maun, John McGrath,
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Lynda Wasula and John Weber.
Veterinary MedGraduations Serving on the selection committeewere
Assistant Dean for Student Services
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of Astronomy Robert Leacock, as-
I UF's Colleges of Dentistry, Medicine sociate chairman; Associate Vice Presidentfor
I and Veterinary Medicine will hold sepa- Academic Affairs Catherine Long-
rate commencement ceremonies this and streth; Murphree Area Director Pam
next week. Walter; Assistant Deans for Student Ser- Ile,
Sixty-four UF dentistry students will vices Liz Broughton and Irene Stevens;
receive their D.M.D. degrees at 2:30: p.m. former Student Body President Ed Scales
Friday in University Auditorium. The and students Larry Strauss, Kevin Mayeuxand
speaker will be UF President John Charles Stecklein. Coordination was ,
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doctor of medicine degrees at 10 a.m.
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USPS supervisors with interviewing for this summer's annual a.m. Monday. The law library will
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.. be presented at regularly plannedor The dates for camp : a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday. The
TODAY AND FRIDAY in each de 17-22 24-29 Science Center library will be
special faculty meetings June July 1-6,
"SOMETHING IN THE AIR FEELS ment. To provide insight into laws, 15-20 and July 22-27. The from 8:30: a.m. to noon Saturday
LIKE TOMORROW," musical productionby statutes and procedures associated with directed by recreational 2 p.m. to midnight Sunday and
the musical theater class ofP.K. Yonge the University's USPS employment proc- professor and former Gator Monday.
Laboratory School, features middle and ess. Lasts about one hour. M.B. Chafin. Reitz Union building will be open
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P.K. Yonge theatrical program. specialized training sessions covering program. Day camp, often are the Orange and Brew, from
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Bird on a Wire lawyer Marianne(Hawn) drives in they're about to be killed. Call me
Litchfield Cinemas, Oaks Four West for a fill-up. Under the impressionthat cynical, but killers on my trail
In 1980's box-office smash he died 15 years ago in a plane doesn't inspire me to make jokes.
Private Benjamin, Goldie Hawn crash, she's stunned to say the Jarmin and Marianne are a
played Judy Benjamin, an Imma- believable couple, so believablethat
ture spoiled brat who joined the least.We soon learn that Jarmin was Hawn's real-life beau Kurt
military and became a mature witness to the murder of a friend. Russell may not be having the
spoiled brat Seven years later, When one of the killers, Eugene Gibsons over for dinner anytimesoon.
r Mel Gibson played Martin Riggs, Sorensen (David Carradine), gets Unfortunately, Badham
a suicidal detective who matured out of prison he teams up with his focuses too much on action and
of guy Ifeccomplice Alb iggs ( not enough on the genuine
h a Lethal puke) to track dcpake rml chemistry between his stars.
r 12 venturOUlnd Riggs I a long story : a In short, Bird on a Wire Is a
king Hawn Boic n Billy Ray j rm u toned-down Lethal Weapon. The
) for the I flP 4 ggs and ns wa story might be an original idea,
first time in Bird on a Wire,a movie ammo and Marianne and Jarmin but it's drowned by a predictableplot
directed by John Badham. flee from the bad guys via car, filled with nothing we
The film's producers are ob- motorcycle, plane, truck and foot.It haven't seen before.The final con-
viously banking on the appeal of should be noted that Marianne frontation between Jarmin and
the two actors to draw in big doesn't trip on her high heels and Sorensen is too reminiscent of the
r- bucks. This may work for opening sprain her ankle trying to escape, finale in Indiana Jones and 'the
week, but even dedicated Hawn as we so often see in these Temple of Doom, except Carradine
and Gibson fans will feel rippedoff "reunitedloversactioncomedyadventure" crowns the fedora in this film.
by Bird on a Wire's cheap sight films. Hawn and Gibson are indeed
gags and lack of originality. The movie does have its funny great together, and it would be
Gibson plays Rick]Jarmin,a man moments.The scene in which Billy interesting to see them in a roman
with many aliases being protectedby Ray visits friends of his former tic comedy or drama minus the
the FBI under the Witness alias as a gay stylist is funny, but gimmicks. But for now we'll haveto
Relocation Program. He's workingas doesn't fit into the plot. Hawn and settle for "Judy Benjamin meets
UNIVERSAL STUDIOS a mechanic under the alias Billy Gibson engage in some comical Martin Riggs."
Mel Gibson and Goldie Hawn are cute as bugs in a rug in Bird on a Wire. Ray when his ex-lover turnedPlayer's scenes, but usually only when BY JEFF GARFIELD

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v "' //MfwrlllMil liams the actor, such as The World through these set-ups with a lot of his friends and calm down Larry's funny. It's only one of several
According To Carp, and less inter- voice-overs from Joey (always a rage. Director Roger Donaldson 'lunatic touchesCadillacMan's.
esting projects for Williams the bad sign) and some predictablegags. never the best of talents ably hostage-scene set
comedian, such as The Survivors balances the comedy and drama. piece is the main focus of an other-
and Club Paradise. However, the women In Joey'slife It works quite well and Williamsis wise static movie. But the laughsare
They only recently have begun are invariably amusing, espe- hilarious as he and Robbins well worth the slow set-up.
tailoring roles to his particular cially Joy Munchack (played by careen through some brilliant moments My only regret is they didn't
talent, roles in which Williams' Fran Drescher), a very rich, very Forcing a hostage-taker to shoot the damn dog.
rapid-fire improvisation makes bored and very married woman talk on the phone with the motherof BY MICHAEL CILTZ
sense. First came Good Morning, with a high-pitched squeal and an one of his captives, which Joey ratings based on four-star scale
Vietnam\n\ which he sashayed obnoxious little dog that yaps constantly does to Larry, is inspired and
.AA through a relatively serious Viet- And all these set-ups -
nam drama with his manic, Joey's loving but sharptonguedmother ,
hilarious portrayal of a deejay a mobster friend who has Center,((372-5347) Back to the Future,III( opensThurs),Mountains of
who doesn't like being told whatto loaned him $20,000 and that dog the Moon., Teenage. Mutant. Ninja. Turtles '
do. payoff beautifully when Cadil- Cinema N Drafthouse ((376-6843)) Joe Versus the Volcano.
"FRANCIS DUHAMEL Now comes Cadillac Man' lac Man. kicks Into high gear. Lilchfield Cinemas ((336-0408)) Bird on a Wire, Cadillac Man,
Robin Williams another movie in which his bright, That occurs when Larry (Tim Driving Miss Daisy, IErnest I Goes to Jail, The Hunt for Red October' ,
Cadillac Man witty one-liners merge well with Robbins), the dim-witted and insanely My Left Foot, Tales from the Dark Side, Vital Signs
Litchfield Cinemas, Oaks Six East the role of a fast-talking car sales- jealous husband of a co- Oaks Four West ((331-8118)) Bird on /t Wire, The Cook, The Thief, '
Robin Williams is a marvelous man. Williams plays Joey O'Brien, worker of Joey's, makes an His Wife and Her Lover, The Hunt' For Red October, Tales from the

stand-up comedian. He is also a a huckster who would peddle a car appearance. Larry bursts onto the Darkside
fine actor. Unfortunately, when to a widow on the way to herhusband's lot during a big sale. Brandishinga Oaks Six East ((331-8818)) Back to the Future III, Firebirds (both
movie studios have called on Wil- funeral. huge semi-automatic weaponand open Fri),' Cadillac Man, Space Invaders, Teenage Mutant Ntnja

liams, they often want Robin the Joey is estranged from his wife, a pack of explosives, Larry Turtles" Wild Orchid, The Rocky Horror Picture Show (midnight Fri,
stand-up comic someone who which isn't too much of a problem demands to know who his wife is Sat) ,
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A mer A, and things are al- endless. one patron) played on a television happens to a party when the kegsrun maybe?

ready back to normal. As Thursday night the Purple Por- screen, people sat t on the floor and dry, especially those multi- Or maybe they went to Oxford

the song goes, "Back to life, back to poise packed them in by the truck- watched the wild-eyed lead singer keg get togethers in apartment Manor, which was more happening -

reality. A reality of classes, traffic, loads to sweat under the ceiling scream into the microphone for clubhouses. Wonder where than usual. Chances are 4f you

fans to the sounds of good 'ol boy about 40 minutes.If were driving through looking fora

rock 'n' roll. The broken air con- things were off to a slow start, partyin' place to lay your hat,

ditioner didn't keep anyone away The Tone Unknown turned it all you found what you were looking

from those three-for-one specials. around, bringing people in by the for. And there were probably

And neither did the suspicious scores. By 2 a.m. there was still a x a, enough roaming drunks to enter-
bouncer who made one patron hefty crowd slamming their tain you during the search.

recite her zip code. Now, now, frustrations away as the band's
might not we be taking this drink- trumpet player continued to toot 4 If you're the studious (or penniless I-

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quite a few were thirsty for buck Bumble dropped by Saturday Exposes upcoming Central City

beers and good live music. Well, night. Too bad things didn't go so DEBORAH FEINGOLD concert, get on your feet.

maybe the music wasn't always well for Henrietta's Lovers over Expos will perform at Central City May Memorial Day weekend is almost

alarm clocks and more classes. Be- that good. The Po'Boys kicked at Regency Oaks the same night. 31 at 9 p.m. Tickets are $8.50 at here It only comes once a year.

tween all that, what can a person things off at the Hardback Friday Word is that the kegs ran dry Ticketmaster outlets and $10 at the Go out there and cause some

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J's RestaurantBreakfast La Fiesta Chicken and Quail.Try our new Italian
Mexican Specialties. Nightly Fresh seafood.
house 20 Serving Restaurant &
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8:00-2:30: : every day. One block to campus CHINESE G-ville's newest authentic Mexican restaurant night: All The Garlic, Mustard, Mary-
1225 W. Un Iv. Ave. Our family restaurants have land Style Crabs You Can Eat! Lunch
been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. M-F 11-3. Dinner M-Sun. Now taking
Serving daily lunch specials 11am- reservations.
J's RestaurantChinese 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree's 5-10
Woody's Nationally weekdays & 5-10:30 weekends. Comein
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soups & salads featuring top quality
Boors Head cold cuts on specially
baked fresh bread served in a relaxed ConchaThe
casual atmosphere,conducive to meet- GOURMETToby's
ing friends, entertaining parents & ITALIANManaro's I a flavor of Key West right here in
family or conducting light business Gainesville Spanish and Latin American -
transactions. Imp. It domestic beer, Corner Cuisine. M-F 11 am-8:30: pm. 4002
wine MC & VISA accepted. Open M. W. Newberry. Plaza West 378-4002.
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Sat 11-9, 11-10 &closed SunSnuffy's I A Gainesville tradition continues A
warm Country Inn setting featuring Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style
unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and beers in a jovial English pub. Live en-
Restaurantand pasta specialities; Tableside flambe Since 1955."Some things never change tertainment Thurs, Fri, Sat eveningsNo -
desserts & coffees. Dinner from 5 fortunately your good? taste and our cover. 120 SW 1st Ave. 377-2927. STEAK
Lounge nightly. Lunch from 11:30: am weekdays consistently delicious Italian food." Lunch and dinner daily
1017 W. Univ Ave. 376-8899 Reservations recommended. 101 Open 7 days.Dinner served from 5 pm.
Caribbean with SE 2nd Place. 375-7620. MC/VISA accepted Gainesville'most popular Italian Res-
pub atmosphere
gour- taurant for 30 Casual attire Great Steaks
over years.
met burgers, steaks, chicken terlyakl,
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sandwiches welcome. Fresh dishes daily including Murphy's Pub Beef & SpiritsFor
chicken, veal steak, shrimp & homemade
and New clam chowder
England For desserts at affordable prices. Daily SPecialsDeli the best steaks and prime rib in
Relax and enjoy your favorite InformationRegarding Cocktails, fine wines and beer available Sandwiches It Ice cold beer! Gainesville You cook over a hickory
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast Billiards, Darts and Video games. charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight; ( Univ Ave.) 2120 Hawthorne Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur. your dinner. Chicken & Seafood tool
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or may fans wood floors, fireplace $350/mo
placing the ad. Changes called in after 205 SE 6th Ave.
THREE days to apPear Ads the first day will not be compensated. 372-3060 1/2 mile east of Main St. Rent neg. 376-3587. 5-29-4-2

may run for any length of time 5221-1, MF96, Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4
Customer error or changes: 8.20-25.2 Available now SW: 2bdr apt,porch, ceiling
and be cancelled at any time Corrections must be made in person at Private entrance, nice br. kitchen i living fans, dishwasher, cent H/A, near bus,

Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. rm. pnviledges, most util paid, summer GRAD STUDENTS: Four Bdroom House $375 Including water, 373.0701. 61910

for cancelled ads There will be a $2.00 correction fee $145, fall $165/mo 372-2284. 8.20.23-1 Two Blcks From Univ. $750 mo. Call 2
Kevin 9.5: 3765242. After 5: 377.3852.
529.52 Wind meadows Apts., 2 bdr/2 ba, $490/mo
FOR RENT: + dep., avail Aug 1, 336-7852 Iv. message .

TOWER OAKS CONDOI 2 bdr/2/ ba, 61482

Summer A V aoe 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk wa/dry, screened porch w/yard, ceiling
: May rent free you pay rest of summer! 1
fans, auto-ice maker...$385/mo 332
$3058 1 YEAR bdr, Apt..
spacious apt. Summerplace
TENNIS 1r P.- $10025 to Santa FE CC t BDR $270.$280, 7410 Iv mess. 5.29.5.2Center near UFo Furn:$247, unfurn.$237._ 377
a.eua. .Cloth... enwa.11..IrlnelneOrel Summer C 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec 9270. 5-29-3-2
nice 2 bd walking distance '
Court, ,
.nee Ev.ryosy5N Plus lMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. very .
R.g.ncy miu Min S Univ.Next $50 i 536 SW 2nd Ave Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 82025 to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave.15th Dishwasher SI. 2 bdr house,porch, a/c heat 1948 NW 31
Office 411 NW
,cent. air :
10 Ollnttvlin' "' Health t Filn.si 2
372-7876 Ave, $400/mo. 495-9024. 5244.2A
174-S400 371.7777. 52952.

Avail now, 2bd/ iba In Mill Run. Quiet, clean 2br Ideal for couples/serious students '
Ph. 377-ROSE Dozen spacious, clean Take lease Villager West: Quiet 1 bd on cul-de-sac,
a over $290/mo/ incl water S garbage 4013
377-7673 Roses $370/mo. 336.1 908. Lv msg if before 5 1 story; no noisy neighbors above' 800 NW 12th Terr Apt. 6. Call 378-7458 or
pm. 53'82Available NW 18 Ave (Take 9 St N from 16 Ave.)
376-8663. 61982Classifieds.
i ti $7.50 371.7777. 5.29.5-2 ,.

8-15, houseduplex 4 bdr 2 bth,
Florist 1 1/2 miles south of UF, trees, fireplace, Huge 2 bd, 2 bin 81 bd's. Bel Air 636 NW .

3 Blocks North of Campus on 13th St 371-1824 TM central heatair, $650/mo Call 376 26 Ave. Spacious grounds, magnificent Continued on next page.
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ALLIGATOR THURSDAY MAY 24, 1990


FOR RENT: UNFURN. SUBLEASE: HSEAPTSublet 5 ROOMMATES ROOMMATESFor ROOMMATESF

2 BD/1 BA $325/Mo, Phoenix Apia close to master Bdrm for summer. Male or rent/sal/ New 2 bdr/2 ba fully lurn rmmt needed lor 4 bd/2 ba turn condo
UF/Shands, very spacious, year or summer Female. Mount Vernon. 1751 mo. + 1/2 1 BDR avail late Apr or May 1 1. Large condo 1 mi. from UF Has wash/dry, by Oaks Mall. Wash/dry security system
lease, pets ok, call Lee 378-1802' or utilities. Close to campus. Call Scott house Washer/Dryer. Central.air &. micro, pool, security, linens Call 372- $200/mo s split electricity. 3354298. 8.g05 .
heat. $200/mo. + 1/3 util. Call 378 4716' '
1-813.597-5285. 5-27-3-2 338-9557lv. mig S-24-4-4 5-24-4 3842 > Iv msp 5-29-5-5

MODELS OPEN EVERYDAYMill Sublet month to month. 2 large bedrooms ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 F N/S rmmts, own NeededNSF to share room In 3bdr/3ba
Rmmt Summer B, F N/S, no pets, Oxford wid apt, 1/4/ util, Oxford Manor at $150/mo,
2 bath OAKS apt. May rent free bdr/ba in 3bdr/3ba twnhse, fully turn, / ,
Run, SW 20 Av. 2 br 'from $375. Call Call Brenda at 331-8788' 24-4-4 Manor, furn., private bdr/ ba, util. Incl.? $225 neg, 1/3/ util.! Denise 335.4044. 5- Call 372-6924. 5-24.3-5
$350 for 6 wks, Call LeAnne 813-531-'
336.76685'
daily. 244.5
.
Sublet rm. summer B. 135 mo + 1/4 util! 8199. 6-14-10-5 Jrs, srs, grad. students- pvt| rooms or two
Casablanca West, 2735 SW 35 PI. 2 &3 br Huge 4 bd/2 ba (urn. hse A/C, wash/dry/ Reliable ni male rm needed for summer bedroom lurn. apt near campussum-
$475-$665 372.S837,1, daily 5.7 min. bike to UF 376-7768 8-5.4.4 F Rmmt in Wlndmeadows 3 bdr/ba own Wash/dry and ac. Own room. $220/mo mer sch. or regular .semesters- pets,
roomown bath for $'ISO I mnth for June utilities! Included. Call John 335-1263' 5. 3783932,481-2166.' 5.24.3-5 ,
A July- move In now for free (May) Call
Greenwich Green & other rentals avail Sublet available May-Aug '15, Oak Forest 24-45
Call 371-8100' 854-2 opts, Own Bedroom Furnished, 1-813-7966528' 5-29-5-5 M, for 2bdr/2bllplln SW. Prel'grad stud,
$125/mo, + 1/4 util, negCALL 0- N/S F rmmt to share 2bdr/2ba condo neat freak, sports nut trivia ques asked.
Three Oaks 3 bd. 2 bth, just 3 bike N ol 904-862-1681' ****5-24-4-4 NSF to share own b/b/ in 3b/2b/ Luxury w/prlv.jacuzzl,w/d/ fully furn except own $225/mo + 1/2 util. Call 335-3580. 5-29-
UF, very, very nice 414 NW '14 St. College house, fur/non-fur, tramp avail room $225/mo + 1/2/ util. Dawn 377- 5-5
Park Properties.. 371-7777' 5.29.5. MUST SUBLEASEI! F for mast bd/ba In $1'50/mth + 1/3/ util. Call evenings at 373- 8902. 5-29-4-5
2 4 bd/3ba apt. Share w/ 3 fun roomies for 4804. 5-24-4-5 Quiet studious grad stud seek like-
Summer B, C. Only $150 + 1/4/ ut. 335- *Don't Mill Out* Own bd/bth/ In fully minded roommate for next yr. Spacious
MOBILE HOMES 5954. 5-295-4 Responsible n/s fern needed for own br & furn. luxury apt. near UF 1/2 util. $190' apt close to Shands & Univ. Call Dave at
: ba In new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home, security 375-7496 5.29.4.5
373 6482 w/pool,Jacuzzi, wt. room. 5-29-
3 FOR RENT/SALE Sublet a room, Wind meadow. Apt. Sum- sys, quiet area. Avail fall, rent neg. 45
mer B til July 31, $200 mo + 1/4 util. call 335.5240. 619115OAKBROOKO$350mo, FREE MAYI Rmmte needed lor summer
336-0397. .5-24-3-4 The Gardens! m/f/ for 2/bd/2/ 1/2 ba c w/ fall option in 4br/2bth house 3/4 m
'1972 i bdrba 1 mobile home lor sale. .. / F, n/s/ own
from .50
157 + 1/4 util. Call Brad
twnhse, turn, pool, w/d, near slcc/uf/ campus
Located in Hawthorne, on Green Pond room, pool, w/d./ Summer It/or fall &
Cheap studio close to campus Lots of $185/mo' / + 1/2/ util.! Now-Aug 15. MI. 371-6782. 5.29..5Nead
$1100'' obo- call 378.6950 ANYTIME I 15- room, kitchen, AC, huge closets, accessto spring, deposit, security, (urn. Lynn chelle 332-3898. 529.45
wash/dry, free water, call Rick at 377- 371-4708. 5.29.5.5"OAKBROOK" M/F N,S. R.M. to sub for summer,
SUBLEASE: 0761', $'40. 5.29.4.4 MARCHWOOD: rmmte to share twnhme own room, 4 bed, 2 bath, house cent air,
$175/mo F, n/s, share W.D.5 mm walk f I. U.F. 140/m
Own unf No Pets, campus. +
4 HOUSE/APT. 2 bedroom 2 bath Apt in Camelot overlooking room, furn, summer ft/or/ fall & spring 200 + 1/3 rm util!wash/dry, Call Heather pool. 335.1460. 1/4 util. call anytime 377-7916 5-31-4'
Pool, w/d, 371-'
POOL w/gas grill. Very spacious security deposit. Lynn 5-31-5,
Sublease own room 8 bath In a 3 bdr3 Available let week June $550/mon. 371- 4708. 5.29.55LAKEWOOD F rmmt. wanted for A&B, own bdr A bath,
ba apt. In Oxford Manor. Partly turn, 1250. 5243.4 VILLAS: Mature F N/S/ lor Cool liberal f/m for own room In house 3 $'60/mo/ obo, call 3364367. 5-31-4-5'
$200/mo. neg. Avail Immed. thru Aug 15. blocks to uf, l70/mo' & 1/3 util. Avail
own bdr, no 3bdr/ 2ba, $247mo
in 2 bdr house In pets Roommate wanted lor
335-1877' 5.29.5.4FABULOUS Large room country midmaytoaug. 91. Should like smokers, summer. May 17-
June-Aug, 4 mi, from UF, quiet, turn., incl.5-24-4-5 w/d, + 1/3 util. 336-4531 Avail Aug cats, tv t muSic. No bonjovi fans Call Aug ,15. Own room, short distance to
wash/dry $150/mo, N/S call 373.9120. 1. 375-1274 aft 8 pm 5.23.4.5 campus, $120' +. 1/3 util. ,Call 372-3811'
5.24-2.5
Own from Shands. 10 min
room across
One bdrm apt hardwood floors, curved Leaving 4 summer + need someone to
; walk to Reitz Union. Micro Casablanca on pool. Own room $'45momIl /
wall, light-blue kitchen and bath tile. Behind sublet real nice 2bdr/1 ba apt. Just $200 & Turlington washer. $110/mo.or 1/4. 378- w/2 males Wash/dry/ part furnished. Roommate Needed lor rest of summer In
Norman Hall Must lee $245/m + util. Plz call anytime 335-2651' or Iv. wave 0551. 5244-5 + Call Julian 336-0373 or Mark 336-1581'. Hawaiian Village $155 + 1/3 util. Will
w/lall/ option. 378.2803. 31-3-4 message at 372.4548. 5-24-1-4' 5-31-5' negotiate. 336-4111.I 5-29-3-5

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AttorneyIn <,- k NOW I GO TO SONNYIS- I 1 I I I I I t .


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West Palm Beach a criminal was bitten 1 I I I I I
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by police dogs being
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the City, claiming' that the dogs had I f I
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and the tenant owed the rent whether or I 1 ;! S > i4 .
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REVIEW .... MAY 29 and 11 a.m. 10 p.m. (fri. & Sat.) I _1. For Rent: Fumiihed 11. Services (Circle one) I
-J. For Rent: Unfurnished =12.Typing Services.

MCAT.. ....JUNE 10 2700 N. Waldo Road a 3635 S.W. Archer Road I ___4.l. Sublease Mobile Hornet For Rent/Sale/ _II. Kelp' Wanted ,1{ Day Days.-...$.7.O0 4.00 I

e 3610 S.W. 13th Street U.S. 441 at 1-75, Alachua I __/. Roommates Home/Apt. '=x,14.. Personals Business Perionals1i .$ Days.....00
NCLEXLSAT ....JUNE 12 __l. For Sale _1i Connections 4 Daye-11.00 I
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....JUNE 19 __l. Motorcycles _11. Rides Days I
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THURSDAY. MAY 24,1990. ALLIGATOH,9

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ROOMMATESFemale ROOMMATES 6 FOR SALE FOR SALE ,

N/S/ F for own room In NW area 2bdr/2bi N/S Roommate Wanted For July **NEED MIF N/S*** MUST SELLIII BEACH CRUISER $60 and
new unit. Quiet, safe, semi-furn. fire. 1st. Own Bedroom, Share Bath, Washer Own Room in a 4bd/2ba home. Near the TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk TWIN BED $50. Call Brenda at 3328565.
central' heat/ac. No drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlaiers.
place. pool, pen Dryer, Call Carol at 336-S242 $175 Oaks Mall. Avail June 1Call Johnny 5.29.2-6
3766838. 5.24.2.5 Rent. 5-24-3-5 3326766. 5-31-3-5 Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2
Perfect for email typesetting jobs
yrs. For sale- beds, bike, desk & other mist
needed, for June and N/S/ lor Good machine for small shop. System
Roommate July. own room In 3br SW house w/d M/NS needed to share 4 bed house near type items. Call 3775150. 5-29-2-6
1020 SW 8th Ave, ISO util. neg., call fenced yard 5 mln URShands $135 1/3 SFCC & Oaks Mall. Washer/dryer large Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font
374-7060 and leave for 3361914.. disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
375 8127 or mes 6-5-4-5
yard, nice neighborhood, $170 mo 4 1/3 Full size bed and frame one yr. old good
Frank. 5.3 1.4.5 util! 373-9926 for more Info.
3321460. 5-29-2-5 condition. $75. Call 3789584. 5-31-3-6
F Rmmt, N/S. to share 2 bd/1 I ba apt. until
e.e..LOOK2 rmt avail. In big 3 Aug. 19, $175/mo/ + 1/2 util., walking distance Share Great House In quiet NW, 2 mi. UF, Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more DEPECHE MODEWEDNESDAY
bdr house. Jacuzzi, fncd yd, study. Pets to campus, call 3774244. 614.8 own room, a/c, d/w, washer, morel $175. brands are all at our New Locition! Car MAY 30
ok. $1SO-170/mo, split util, 338. 5 1/3 util.! Call 374-9297. 5-24-2 Stereo Specialists 321S NW 13 St. 372- ORLANDO ARENA
0483...e00ee0. 6-5-5-5 2070. 8-20.25-6 GREAT SEATS. 374-4768. 5-29-2-6
"OWN ROOM" $158.25/mo but neg. + F N/S own room, no kids/pets, w/d/ a/c, Airconditloner for sale! 24,000 btu 220V.
MAY RENT FREE 1/4 utilities, avail summer and/or fall, cable furnished, students only, rent neg. Friedrick, 5 yrs old. New compressor t Lg Drexel dresser $50; couches $20, $S0;
Female roommate needed lor 3bd/lbth F/N/S/ call 338-3834 6-7-5-5 332-4333. 5242.5 blower. Very coldl $250 obo. Steve 336- armchairs $15, $35; curio shelves $25;
house. Close 10 campul. Dep S I 00. Call 8863. 5-24-4-6 computer desk-shelf combo & chair $50.
Ana at 3751477. 5-31-4-5 N/S/ Rmmt. wanted. Own room, fully f n/s rmmt for summer,fall own bedroomIn 3776325. 5-24-1.6
turn., beautiful apt. w/ pool, patio & morel 2b/1b apt. $145 mo. + 1/2 util. block
Grey couch $250. Coffee tabl
pit
PINETREE GARDENS nil F needed lor $300 Incl. rent elec, & lurn. Plcaddilly from Norman Hall call for more Info 373- ISO. JVC group $100. GENERAL BEACH CRUISER Excellent
CD
: car stereo player
Fall. Own rm., share bath. $182 + 1/3 Apis. Call Richard & 335-5584. 6.7-5.5 7875. 5-31-4-5 $100. ALL LIKE NEWII CALL 375-6780. Cond. U-lock Incl. $175 obo, Call Matt at
util. Call Carrie or Chryatelle 3356364. 5-29-S-8 336-8216 anytime 5-24-3-6
5.29.3.5 MILL RUN: N/S rmmt for own room Room for Rent- summer: 3bd/2ba/ house
needed for Fall. Furn. with wa/dry w/d, a/c, $200/mo/ dep 335-5000. 529. Air ConditionerOne 2 queen semiwsveless WATERBEDS
F grad student desires same or prof to $21 S/mo/ + 1 112 util. Call Tim at 335-5457. 5-5 large one small reasonable 377-9815 $200 each Sofa & loveless $100 Desk &
share Ige 2bdr/2ba twn ha., quiet neigh 6-5-4-5 5-29-5-8 dresser $100, Handraised Cockatiel 371-
borhood, part lurn, Call Monica 378-5569 A clean, attractive room In large upstairs 1250. 5-24-3-6 ,
Room for rent, 4725 NW 30th Terrace
apt. $155/mo..1/7 util. + deposit lease.
5-24-2-5 +
Iv. msg 2 tickets to see 'Billy Joel Saturday July
$175 mol 113 util. Leave message 374- No pets. 495-9024. 5-31-4-5 7 in Orlando. Call Craig at 335-0145. S- HP PAINTJET PRINTER, less than one
Live in the country w/ your horse, N/S F 6651. 5-29-25 24.3-6 year old, $750 obo 392-1633. 5-31-5-6
rmmt. to share 3/2 on 5 acres/5 ml. west Share luxury lakefront condo near UF/
ol Oaks Mall. Cent. air/heat, riding arena, M/F, for 4bdr/2ba/ hoe 2 blks from campus Shands, $350/mo. + 1/2 util.! Incl. weekly GREAT DEAL! Dk wood desk/chair and FUTON & FRAME
trails avail. July 1, 170/mo + 1/3 util. own bdr/ba wild 1/5 util! $230/mo or maid service, 376.7728 Iv. mea sag.. 5- bookshelves w/ bottom cabinet $20 or From only $200/set./ Call Al 373-3127 or
4724624. 6-5-5-5 $140/mo for 2, 335-1366. 5-31-4-5 31-3-5 both (for $401 Call 372-8560. 5-31-5-6 Matt 377-5650. 8.7.78Player's

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SALE FOR SALE REAL ESTATEOCEAN 9 AUTOS WANTED''


Handcrafted, wooden birdleeders Differ. MICRO CENTERComputers/ 376.1146 FRONT LOT 1988 Chevy Iroc 5.7 Uteri, automatic, Wanted 3 bdrm house/condo/ to lease
ent sizes available. $5 to $15 each. Free Editors choice CompuAdd Northgate Crescent Beach, S of St. Augustine fully loaded, 2600 ml, asking $11,500. Professor on leave needs residence
seed with the first two sold Call J.R. H P. Price same or lower than mail Wide, wht sand bch. No DNR permit 375.1265 or 373.1147. 5.31.6-9 Aug/May, 214-613.3370 or write 626
between 7 pm and 10 pm 375.1935. 524 order Systems below include 1mb, 40mb needed. Prestigious area pool, private Trailwood Ct. Garland, TX 75043. 5.24-

4.8 ((28ms), graphics monitor, ... street Appraised 155000. Lg disc for '79 Firebird, 403, a/c/ pw, casi, custom 420.
MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295, fast sale Owner 904.824.4877. 5-24.4. paint, mags, $1700, 472.2S34 or 472
Microwave, like new, and five speed MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 7 2072. 5315.9 PHYSICS TUTOR NEEDEDI! ASAP Call
blender for sale $100 for the pair (offers $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery 3350734. 5294.10

( considered) call 377.3441 anytime $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/20mb/ A graph. Furnished 3br Sbath Rockwood Villas, assume 1966 Volvo 122S wagon. Rebuilt engine,
6556 Ics monitor $970. 1 A 3 year warranties mortgage with low down payment great condition Inside and out, roof rack. '
Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180 printer $63.500. excellent condition, Audley Harris White w/ red Int. A cool classic $900. 11 SERVICES
4 tires Sears Rd. Handler size 14 like new $185. HP Laser Jet lip $1049 3743 W. 3725375. M.M. Parrish Asso Realtor 338.0810. 6559
for $150; 4 moon wheel hub caps lor $60 University Ave. 8-9.25-6 5.24.27 NW Mini storage at I 1.75 & NW 39th Ave
leave message at 371 .0422 5.24.2.6 1975 Mercedez 3000 Amc, pw, ps, near Oaks Mall area, 5x 5 to 10 s 20 from
CAMERA SALEI! For Sale By Owner. 2 br.2ba t.home. cruise, a/c/ am/fm cass, recently serviced $20. 10% disc to students 332-8917. 6.
Your roommate hasn't done the dishes In Get exposed to our HOT dealslll Fully equipped kitchen, w/d/ .hook.up, utilIty '. dependable, tale Must sell $3500 20.25.11
HOW long? Find a better dishwasher in Best J&L 371GEMS. 5.29.5..6 room, loll area 50500-4500 closing. obo. 3714260. S.24.2-9Govt
the Classiliedsl,', On bus line Greenleaf Southwest
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
286 IBM compatible with 20 mg hard drive 335-0476. 5.24.1.7 1 seized cars, trucks TVs, etc. Con
7.piece pit group, brown tones Several 1 mg ram 31/2 floppy, vga card A monitor. fiacated, In drug raids. Great dealsl' Call
years old. asking $125. Make an offer) $1250 neg. Barry 3323675. Lv mesg 8 MOTORCYCLES 372.0498 ext 5-2 betw 6.6pm Mon-Wed.
1233 NW 10th Ave
Kim at 395.8387. Lv name/number if no 5.24.4-8 5.31.4.9Mercury
answer. 5.24-2-6. 3721664
Smith Corona Electra XT typewriter, new 1980 Honda CB750F supersport, good Monarch. 78, ps/pb, am/frn. cold MC/VISA/lnsurance/
Moving sale! Take your pick: full size ribbon w/correctable type excellent condition condition w2/ helmets A cover, new chain ac; new trans, looks and runs great. Ser Free Pregnancy Test
soft bed w/d, study desk A sewing machine $100 obo. Call 376.0787. 529 A sprockets & rear tire $600. 3713991. vice records. Must sell $1200 obo Member
.. in wooden cabinet w/chair/ 336 26 5-29.5.8 372.1260, 3354975 52429 National Abortion Federation
8661, Kevin, Iv mess 5-31 .4-6 8.20.25.11SEXUALLY I
'88 Tomos moped. Great condition. Must
MUST SELL queen semi wavelets
SUZUKI SAMURAI 87, soft top. Perfect
sell $280. Please call 3718240. Ask for TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
waterbed, washer/dryer and dresser with .
condition. Must seeCall/ 3750394. 6
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286 COMPUTER night table. Call 373-4729, leave message Lenore or leave a message 5-24.4.8 559 Get confidential testing and treatment at
12 mhz, 49 MB harddrlve, 5 1/4/ and 3 52926 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 820.2511 .
1/2 floppy drives 14" VGA color monitor For sale 1981 Honda Passport, excellent .
AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange
1 yr wirr, DOS 3.3, Microsoft Work Clean sofa bed, $200; framed paintings, condition, 4,000 miles, $450 or best offer & Blue Insurance Drive thru in But
Dos Shot Only $1795. ELITE 335.1300. make offer; moving 378.7470. 53136 call after 7pm 332.6143. 5-24-3-8
8-21-10.6 ler Plaza We care Call us tat 377CARS. ** GATOR MOVING **

Must Sell Immediately 1988 Red Honda Spree- great condition, 6.21.9.9Jeep Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packing 1.

EURO CHAIR/ EURO SOFA SET Black plane ticket to Boston oneway $70 1100 miles, just tuned up. $450/obo. Call CJ7 Laredo 80. motor 82, Black, item/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves/ Long disLieIns .
Door Store call 335.7808 378.7186. Lv Harry/Bill 374.4791, 82025.11
modern style from $550 and couch for $60 call nights 336.7732. Tracey or mssge. Hardtop, Bikinitop, $2950 Graduating

3361113 52936 6546 5.29.4-8 student Call Now 376-6141 Albert. 6.75.9 .
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lesions

SOFA BED in great condo $75 FOR SALE. Rockford Fosgate Punch 15 subwoofers, 81 JAWA X25 moped for sale, call or boarding woodser facilities *

Other stuff tool Call at 336.0297 and 5.25.3.50 midranges, and 1* tweeters plus leave message for John 336-4648. 531 ORANGE AND BLUE INSURANCE low hay rides parties sales working
leave a 5.24-2-6 38 students accepted. 466.3224, 375.6080,
message. all crossovers Call Jeff 3367770. 5.29: rates, low payments, fast drive.thru service 82025
3-6 habla 377.2277 377-
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MUST SELL couch and lola $250, coffee 1987 Suzuki GS450L, low miles, clean espanol. .
CARS. We care 6 12 6 9
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table $50, color tv 19 inch $150, twin bed ** ***White beach cruiser***** 6th gear overdrive Good condition, must ONE STOP DENTISTRY
$80, ans. machine $80. Call Amir 335 Like new great condition. Call Rosemary see Asking $1200, call 377.2263 Ivemessge Accepting new pis, emerg.

9248. 6556 at 335.2724, leave message. $95 6558 10 WANTEDLocal Adult cleaning $30, child $20
obo. 5.31.4.6 ((4)) W sd. tee $325 ((3)) Wisd tee. $250
MOVINGI I dining rm. chairs, 2 fie cabinets 1980 Suzuki GS550L Low mileage. ((2)) Wisd tee. $200
desk chair, end tables, car speakers Runs and looks great. Incl. KG carrying Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Nitrous Oxide. Accept Me, V, AE
7 REAL ESTATEDuplex Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie Fine
ladies Schwinn bch. cruiser Sue case & two helmets Asking $595, 332 Valid with
Jewelry 373-9243. 8.20.25.10 only coupon, up to ((4)) people.
336.1523. 5242.6 9240. 6558 H.T. Gonsoulm, DDS, 372-9521
for sale 2 bed, 1 1/2 bath. Phoenix 5.31.6.11Car
Safari Audio Is Galn.svllle' newest A fin close to campus, full kitchens call GS450GA 1982 Suzuki motorcycle College night at Alley Katz. Every Wed.
est In car audio, cellular & security Larry or Nina 371.8141 or 1.800-654. Great shape- low miles from 9p.closing $8 per student includes stalls Call Mobile Auto Rescue and
Custom Installation & 3361128. 4544. 621-77 Like extras unlimited shoes mini. &
repairs. new- many bowling goll a Repair. Fast service, 25 yrl. exp, jumps,
6.21.108Large $1400 Call 377.7543 62278 hot dog (or pretzel wa med. soda Don't t tune.ups, minor repairs. 24 hrs/day 372
Rockwood Villas. 2bd/2ba/ close
+ study, miss Itl 6.7.5.10BASS
5325. 67811
office desk w/ chair, wall unit, 2 end to UF. Shands and the Mall, excel cond, Orange and Blue Insurance now covers

tables, microscope, receiver A tape deck assumable mortgage 49900. 3731147 motorcycles I Low rates, low payments, PLAYER/SINGER W/OWN/ EQUIP SUMMER GUITAR LEARNING GROUP
din. table w/4 chairs, ladies 10.spd bike safe rider discounts, fast drive.thru service MENT. FOR CLASSIC ROCK JAMI Call
FOR KIDS. Adult lessons also
3361726. 52926 BY OWNER: Rockwood Villas 3br/3ba 3772277. 6.21.9.8 Matt 3 32 1993. 529210 private
avail. all styles 3365624 529.4.11'ft"'U
twnhse excel condo Central a/h/ all appliances
Leaving Town-Everything cheap! Mattresses assumable mortgage. Call 374 1988 Honda Elite 50 for sale. Great for

bookcases, bed, chairs, couch, 4359. 5243.7 getting around on campus, great cond.,
cars misc. 37369813718765. 5-24.1.1 helmet & scooter $600. Call anytime 336. 4.11 I IV THEATRES There fs A Difference!! '
Golf course NW on Sin green near 9422. 5.31 .3.8
WORD PERFECT 5.1 Bucholtz HS, Ft. Clark, SFCC. Spacious OAKS MALL 10lAKS DAILY TWILIGHT SHOWStirlingbttwMii4pm .
2br/2ba/ Ig. screened back porch on Ig lot, $3.00 Ipmtimll
Student/Faculty Price $135 all elec, central air A heat, by owner call MAI I l>WNEWIfl! v H'lAI) ', d to Sestin gOAKS
Call ELITE 3351300. 73106TV 332.4631 or 371.2277 for more info 5.

243.7 ROYAL PARKCINEMA 1 4 EAST 331-8818 i i
stereo shelf unit $45, ladies bike
w/baskets 50.comfy stuffed chair $20,
antique oak chest $60, 336-6618 Call by PLAZA TRIPLE 3702 NEWBERRY RD 373-4277 '
Sunday! 5.24.1.8 1 FIRE BIRDS
THEATRE $3.50 ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6PM

LR A BDRM THE BEST JUST
desk sofa chairs Bt A4:% A 006
driller
Bed, CINEMA U
offer. Mutt sell Call 3357220. 5.24. $2.SO twilight shows PRETTY WOMAN
1.8 starting between' 4-6 pm: 200.4:30.7.20.10.: OS
Running lime ol f the following
SALE Graduating seniors sale, shows start FridayFIRESIRD CINEMA.4
garage THE CODS MUST SC CRAZY 2 (PC) Hey Dude
must sell before move. SAT May 28 9Am. (R) 100: 3:10.: 615: 7JO: 1000: ,
3PM Livestock Pavillion adjacent to vet a 00 >3o s 4t ;4s 0 4SFrlrtal fI/IU 'rc '"t/ This Is No Cartoon!
school on SW 16 Ave. 5.24.1.8 1 Midnight THEATRES 142-S1 ALL TIMES II

cr DRIVING MISS DAISY (PC) CINEMA t TEENAGE ANT
Desk & chair $35. black leather chair $25 a'"18 4 30 7.15 JO HARD TO KILL' (R) An Adventure of
each, dresser $30, glass table $25, wicker .II.I. Midnight" Movln 1:10.3.20.11:25.: : 740: 1025: the Senses. [!!] NIHJATURTLES m
shelf $30. table lamps 371.3991. 5.29-5.
6 ERNEST GOES TO |JAIL (PG) CINEMA n
a ,,1.001.1110 eis J JOE VI THE VOLCANO (PC)
Frl/Sit' Midnight Movies t:15-325.530: 7.45. 10:15 SPACED' ROBIN TIM
Full and queen size beds, sofa chairs
Noon ..! /Sun .
.
loveseat, wicker wall unit. desk dresser WILLIAMS ROBBINS
typewriter, t t.v. stand Call 332.2817. 525.4.6 .

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Fountain XT computer turbo 640K, EGA, ,
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20 meg HD, mouse 1.44 meg A 360K r CENTER
drives, lots soft 2400 ext.modem, $1150 AttlACfNI 10 MAIIN
4L 377.8878. 5.24.4.6 CINECLU ODEON 101" 1\1 W I itl Stret., go$3.50 OAKS 1 4 WEST DAK!. PLAZA
HI ,347

THEATRfS MEL & GOLDIE TALES


53.50 BARGAIN MAT1NEE.AlL SHOWS BEFORE 6:00: PM

NOW PLAYING BIRD AA FROM THEDARKSIDE

HARD TO KILL (R) TWO THUMBS upr- SISKEL 8 EBERT Held owl.";
7:30 ::41:30 / THE MOON R 511A5:
MOUNTAINS Of
( ) WIRE
,... SHOW FBI, SAT, SUN F rFThva: IAUI57:1UAO: : PU-IS
MIDNIGHT SHOW FBI, SAT
LIving Prool! No intelligent life In outer space Last Day:
SPACED INVADERS (PC) 7.30 t 30 A black ,comedy. THE HUNT FMKB


LEAN AND GREEN Today' 7.00 9:00: The COOK, The
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES (PC) Fri.Thura: 2:00: 4:00:
THIEF, His WIFE
STARTS FRIDAY OCIMBER
3766843i MIChMI J. Fox Chnataphot Lloyd Mary II.-burgen
i-. BACK TO THE fUTURE III (PC) Fri Sal-Mon, Tues-Thin 12.00 2, :00 5.00 4 :7 Ol: 00 30 & Her LOVER

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THURSDAY MAY24.1990,AIIIGATOR 11

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HELP WANTEDCRUISE HELP WANTED PERSONALS PERSONALS a


LEARN the CLAPTON STYLE of l GUITAR. SHIP JOBS $ COLLEGE MONEYI Private Scholar. CASH FOR YOUR BIKE

Study group or private. The sound, Now hiring Immediate openings, Need 15 bucks ships) You receive a minimum of 8 private We pay top dollar for cruisers and Mtn.
songs, and solos. Larry 336-5824. 5-29- 800-369-3948 Ext. C sources or your money refundedl Bikes. Bikes and More 2133 NW Oth St.
4-11" 5-24-2-13 Guaranteedl COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP 373-6574. 6-21-12-15
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today LOCATORS, PO Box 1881, Joplin MO
Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms. Outstanding summer opportunity. Cam An easy relaxing way to pick up cashall 648021881. 417-624-0362. 82022.15 Sale on ladies' tennis clothing- shorts,
Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or pus Connection needs an ambitious UF that's required Is a plasma donation. We shirts, skirts 25% Off Great selectionEZ
Highway Patrol 482.5127,482-4311. 8- student. to sell ad space 'for the #1 college pay $15 lor your tat 4 donations & special Cancun MexicoIsland of Isle Myers. 3/1 Tennis 34 St Plaza 3722257. 8.12.8.15
20-22-11 I magazine. We'll provide all materials! ft bonuses enabling you to earn up to $115a condo wks 7/7-7/14 Or 714721. 1 wk
complete training Call 800-342-5118. month. Come In today) $500, 2 wks $950, call 372-3336 or 338- Dear Barbara,
TYPING 5-31-4-13 Alpha Plasma Centers 0004 alt 7p. 8-18-6-15 Sorry I missed you during the week break,
9 SW 1st St. but while I was In town I found my place
12 SERVICESYOU Prudential Financial Planners one of the Gainesville 378-9204 Introductory Eckenkar vldeo/dleeue-, lor the summer ft (fall Frederick Gardensat
largest providers of financial security Is 8-20-23-13 Won' Wed., 5/30, 7:30: pm, Burger King 1130 SW 16 Ave. They even have
offering career positions In financial plan Rest. Mtg. Rm. (Univ. Ave. ft NW 16 St.). some reduced rates for the summer Call
WRITE, WE TYPE ning. Marketing positions available to Make cash with our flash part time pho Everyone welcome' Info: 3783504. today at 372.7555.
Business Legal Personal Reports agresslve person with future In mind. tographer position avail now. Call Flash 5-29-2-15 Love you.Richard ,
Term Papers Typeset, Resume Etc.
First year positions 30k and up. EDE. Foto at 373-6001, 5.294.13BUSINESS
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Grille Handicapped Typing 3782501. 531413HEARINGVISION Recycle your old Gold Into cashl!$
378-7179. WEBUYGOLDIII We rent ROLLER BLADES
8.20.25.12 STUDY. Need people Best J&L 371GEMS. 5.29.5.15 Braslngton's Trail Shop
with normal hearing and vision. Work 5- 2331 NW 13th St.
*Typing reports business legal 10 hrs/week at $3.80/hr plus bonus. 14 PERSONALS PAPERS DUE Albertson's Plaza 372-0521 5-31-4-15
resumes cassettes transcribed applications Please call 392-6214 M-F between 10am- Giant Typewriter Salellll

letters notary *etc. Available noon only. 5-29-3-13 COMPUTERS terminals & pc's, buy, sell, 30-50% off FREE DENTAL EXAM Including x-rays,
24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 8-20-25-12 I trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY B J&L Pawnbrokers 371-GEMS.' 529515 see If you qualify for a free filling or a
SHISH KABOB cafe needs advertising CDCS 818 W Univ. 338.0378. 8-20- cleaning You earn money. a patient on .,
MICRO CENTER/ Typing 3760339. Full reps to pass out coupons and let people 25-14 State Board Exam. Call 335-3726 or 336-
& sell service computing. Typing starts @ know about us. Nice easy money. 371- BJ&L 6783. 524115.,
50/pg/ Resumes $6 Sell service 1438. 5-24-2-13 Intro-pkg-speclal $69.95 all portraits b- Need Cash?
resumes $2.50/hr ,15/page. Laser w/color. 2-8x10,4-5x7,8-wallet. Call Creative Gold Buy Back Nowlll
typeset graphics spell check A theses Friendly, energetic student needed for Designs for appt. Hurry! 3724815. Best J&L 371GEMS. 5295.15 16 CONNECTIONSNEED
* papers A special characters A employment Gatorwear Dept. Must be avail, most days 6-12-8-14 01111111111111111
databases mailmerge training. 113. Apply at Florida Book Store 1614 FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES CASH? It's waiting for you at Best
WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 8.9-. W. Unlv. Av. 5-31-3-13 FREE FACIAL: 5 steps to skin nail care, Best Jewelry' & Loan 371GEMS. 5-29-5- J&L pawnbrokers 371GEMS. 5-29-5-16
25.12 men & women welcome., All skins/colors. 15
Great opportunity for student who loves 332-4333 524214Self Cash for Anything. Gold Diamonds,
Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable kids. Professional couple seeks student $1.50 OFF 251b or more wash dry fold Rolex watches. Buy, Sell, Trade. Call
service. Reasonable rates. Laser for babysitting & light housekeeping part Employment Opportunity w/thls ad, 3 hr service. University Plaza Rich at Best J&L 371GEMS. 5-29-5-16.
printer, 377-8175 9:00pm.: 82025.12 time. Warm friendly environment near UF Fortune 500 Company establishing professional Coin Laundry 1620 W University. Air-
$4/hr, need own car. Apply at Florida distribution network In N. Fl. conditioned, color TV ft video games 372- GUN SALEII
Word Processing. Typing, Bkkplng & No- Book Store 1614 W. Univ. Ave. 5.31-3.13 area. Seeking motivated & energetic persons 9178. 5-31-0-15 KILLER PRICESII
tary. Grad school exp. Prof quality 15 by appt. only 9047523335. 5.24.1. Best J&L 371-GEMS. 5-29-5-16
yrs exp. Spelling, ckd. NW section. CIRCA VAX & IBM PC computer opera 14 MEAL DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich specialw
Dawn 3323913. 8-20-25-12 tors. 16-20 hrs/wk 2 terms min. Must / free 16 oz drink BAGELS UNLIMITED. If you're pawning your valuables someplace
have VAX or PC exp. 392-2428 gam4pm. 15 PERSONALS 1620 W Univ. Open 7 am to 7 pm. 5.31- else-Switch' to Best J&L pawnbrokers -
TYPINGNear Butler Plaza Fast, accurate 5-22-3-13 I 8.15 371-GEMS. 5-29-5-16
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service. Call 373-0134. 8-20-25-12
Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gatori Great HEADACHES BACKACHES CASH LOANS
Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliabletervice. EARN $35 prlces-reg of rx sunglasses. The Optical Get yours at Best Jewelry and Loan. Cash
Masters In English will check This week $110 this month new donars Laboratory 370-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 SPORTS INJURIESCHIROPRACTIC for EVERYONE 371GEMS. 5-295-10
spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 3731937. 8.9- with this coupon. Study while you donateor block from Ala Gen. 8-20-25-15 WORKS!
Students be WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. Best
24-12' watch videos. Free Parking. Gainesville may covered by parents
Foods and Vitamins
Natural 371-GEMS. 529.5.16EYE
health Insurance. J&L
Blood Plasma Center. Est. 1969. _
Pickup/Del./ Typing and wordproc. near 238 Sw 4th Ave.-378-9431 M-Th'8-7 Birkenstock Sandals. North Florida. Chiropractic and Massage.
Sunflower Health Foods EXAMS, contact lenses, disease
campus. Dependable, quality service Frt 8.5 Sat 82. 8.20.25.13 375-3668 1..
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 6-21-12-15 treatment.t 28 years exp. Dr. ,

373-4464 7-5-11-12, A Plus NotesAre you an 'A' Student, do 8.20-25.15 optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 370-1288. a

you take excellent notes, would you like 8-20-25-16__
PREGNANT? Don't Get Immediatetest SHOE SALEon
to earn while you learn? If ao. then call guess.
13 HELP WANTED 371-6954. We are looking for students results from a reliable source over 120 models of closed-oul shoes GAY? Bl? QUESTIONING?

the following classes: ADV 3000, ADV PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 8- featuring Nike Air cross-trainers & lots GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs
AVON 375-6987 3501 ADV 4300, AP3 2150 APB 2151 2025.15 morel Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 Info/Referral/Consultation 8-20-25-1
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. CCJ 2202 CHM 1021, CLT 3370, DEP St. 372-7836. 5-24.4.15
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
Benefits Insurance. 8-20-25-13 WM SOsomethlng hardworking healthy
3003, ECO 3100, ECO 3202 ECO 4101.
EXP 3604 GEO 2200, GEO 2201 GLY Get special student discounts on exams Quality products prices & service on racquets songwriter looking for special someone for
Attention perfect for students M-F 5:30- 1000. MGF 1202 PET 3320, PPF 3004 and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT- shoes, sportswear, strings, accessories. discreet relationship. Box 21C 1105 N.
9:30: pm phone sales, hourly wages plus PSB 3004 PSY 2013. REE 3043, SOP HOOD. 3770881. 820.2515 EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza 3722257. Main 32609 5.24.4.18_

bonus. Friendly atmosphere. After 1 pm 3004 SOP 4704 STA 3013, STA 3023 5-24-4-15
,
Permanent Hair RemovalCall Nowhere ? Head
3783238. 5-31-6-13 Under 21 ? go to Alley
STA 3024, THE 2000, and for Summer C Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for Katz on Wednesdays 9p-closlng for College
we need BSC 2010, BSC 2011 CHM about the PERMANENT removal" of SAVE MONEYon
info student unlimited
Excellent Summer Jobl Earn an easy $5- Night'. $8 per ;
ECO
10/hr plus bonus with our outdoor marketIng 2041 CHM 2040, ECO 2013, 2023 MAR unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307. racket stringing and get fast, friendly bowling shoes, mini-golf & a hot dog or
MAN
t.lm59 pm/flex scried. Mike FIN 3408 ISM 3011. 3021. 8-20-25.15 first quality aervlce. Basic nylon $7.88, pretzel' w/a med. soda. 6-5-5-10
3383121. 6-7-8-13 3023, OMB 3205 OMB 3600, and STA ayn gut$11.88. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 _
3032. 5244.13 $STUDENTS GET CASH NW 13 St. 5-24-4-15 Tall BM desires secret relationship with
U of F CWSP Position For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's tall skinny WM lea than 180 pounds BO
$5,00/hr/ Survey Work ATTENTION UF STUDENTS: For infor-' 372.1228.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central FREE KARATE class. Learn self-de Box 1591. PalatkaFI 32178. 6-7-S-16
Evening hrs. Call Vatu/Raymond nation regarding sitting for the June, 90 City. 8.20.25.15 fense, Improve flexibility ft fitness, gain
392-0171. 5-29-5-13 Fl. Dental Board Examination at the UF aelf-confidence w/ Cuong Nhu 5:30.7pm: GWM. 23, seeks cool, fun gay/bl WM.
Dental School call 335-9058 Iv msg 5- SAVE ON RAYBANS TftTh-lawn behind Hub, Fri-FI Gym. 6- Must be str act. No uglles or queens.
31-6-13 57.15 Discretion PO Box 12831 G'vllle
a must.
Need University Opticians
cash? Free dental exam w/X-rays.

Free fillings or cleaning If you qualify. CHILDCARE: atriculate, active college 300 8-20-25-15 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 Sale-running shoes 25-40% off! New 32604. 5-31-3-16_
Call 371.7820 370-7194. Lv. mes-
or student for entire summer. Flexible Balance, Saucony, Avis, and more EZ
sage. 5.29.4.13 schedule. NON-SMOKER. Must have AUTO INSURANCEVERY Tennis 34th St Plaza 3722257. 5-24-4- 17 NOTICESGo

own car. Computer knowledge preferred.' 15
Wanted: Chiropractors community relations LOW PRICES
3352663. 5-29-3-13 Bowling at Alley Katz Corner. Open
assistant people person. Typing re- $4/hr. Students welcomel' Call today Sunshine SPAIN HOMESTAYI 4 weeks. Flexible Mon-Thurs III mldmte., Frl & Sat til 2 am.w

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Players seepenalties I Four track Gators aim for NCAABy I



Odessa (Texas) Junior College,
GREGG DOYEL
where he furthered his reputation
Staff Writer
Alligator as one of the nation's most
as unfairBy Bump into Earl Diamond on talented hurdlers. k

campus and you'll find a quiet, "Everyone had heard of me
reserved young man who played because I was in junior college
GREGG DOYEL drums for his church choir. Laid and beating (runners from) Divi-
Alligator Staff Writer back. sion I schools," Diamond said.

When Vernon Maxwell was report- But meet the Gator hurdler "After a while, though, I wantedto
edly on the receiving end of $30,000via Friday in Tallahassee's Last get to a Division I school myself
South Florida sports agents, OFt Chance Meet and he'll change, to get the TV time, the pub-
was two years down the road from transformed by the stakes into licity."
Stacey Poole, a then-junior at an aggressive competitor who After two years of toying with
Jacksonville's Forrest High. won't feel bad when he runs you the competition, Diamond could 4 S

Three years later,Maxwell is in the into the ground. Fierce. have used a calculator to add up
clear, a rising star for the NBA's "On campus I'm real nice and his All-American honors-nine,
Houston Rockets. Meanwhile, after easy going, kind of happy-go- actually, with four individual national
receiving Tuesday's letter from the lucky," Diamond said. "But on titles and two relay cham- 1

NCAA outlining 10 alleged rules violations the track, it's like I'm a runaway pionships.
UF's basketball and football freight train. Totally different." Following his two years at

programs could be sinking even It's that type of killer mentalitythat Odessa, "Every university there 1 US; GATORt
quicker. drives Diamond to the headof was wanted me," he said. "I'm fn
And Poole's not the only onecryingfoul. his class, making him one of here because I wanted to travel. w
the premier hurdlers in America. And the palm trees." a9W i! i:

"It doesn't seem right that we're The explosive senior won the Diamond has yet to qualify for
getting punished for something that 1989 NCAA Indoor 55-meterhur- the 1990 NCAA Outdoor Cham- WNWsXm
dles in 7.19 seconds But the is still
happened three years ago, said breakinghis pionships. season
Poole, a freshman who averaged 10 own school record by a hun- young and he's not losing any
points a game last season. "The play- dredth of a second, and took sleep over it f i 4
ers now are suffering for what another second this year in a photo finish. "I run faster than 13.8 (the
player did." Diamond also was a memberof NCAA qualifying time) every '
Freshman defensive tackle Dexter the Gators' 1989 NCAA cham- day, so that's no sweat," Dia-
Smith agrees."I pion 1600-meter relay team, and mond said. "I'll qualify for sure."

think it's kind of bad that they're his sixth-place finish in the Diamond,Marcel Carter in the

.c going to punish us for something we NCAA Outdoor 110-meter hur- 400, pole vaulter Mike Hollowayand
weren't here for," Smith said. dles later that season earned hima half-miler Scott Peters will
Among the possible punishments third All-American honor.As be vying for spots in the 1990
hanging over UPs collective head if a senior at Jersey Village NCAA Outdoor Track and Field MICHAEL HOLAHAN ALLIGATOR
found guilty of any of the 10 infractions (Texas) High, Diamond's No. 2 Championships in Friday's Last For three-time All-American Earl Diamond, Tallahassee is one
is the death penalty the sus- national ranking among prep Chance Meet. last chance to qualify for the NCAA Outdoor Championships.all .
of either both hurdlers had major college And when he gets to Durham, and former
pension or programsfor races are big and where he is to 1988 Olympian
coaches bidding for his services. N.C., site of the 1990 NCAA Out-
a year or more. undefeated."I Gator Arthur Blake in the Florida
Diamond, who followed the careers doors, expect Diamond to fare
And although it doesn't seem fair, the visualizeit All-Comers meet earlier this sea
UF football coach Steve said of older friends, learned better than last year's sixth-place program race, be the 1992
Spurrier in my head, Diamond said. son, in his bid to on
from their mistakes."A finish because he said so.
current players will have to pay for "But it's kind of hard to get up U.S. Olympic team.
committed in the couple of friends older than "I'll do better for sure. Last
any wrongs past. for the smaller It's mind-
"You can't just hire a coach and me went to big universities and year I was so fatigued I didn't like races. "I'm thinking highly about
say, 'He'll cheat for five years and they were back home in a year," have anything left when it came boggling self at times., running by your- being there,"he said. "I feel I can
then we'll hire somebody else to Diamond said. "So I wanted to time to run," Diamond said. make the team with hard work.

cheat for five more years,' Spurriersaid. take a different route." Diamond runs every race the And don't bet against Dia- One thing's for sure- if there'sa

The institution has to pay, and Diamond chose powerhouse night before, in his head, where mond, who lost by a split-second big race, I'll be around."

that's unfortunate for the players that .
weren't even here when that stuff
happened. Gators swimming; team inks threeThe

"Hopefully, the NCAA will see that UF defends titleThe
we've gotten rid of everybody who UF men's swim team signed three two women divers, Keely MacKarvich and
broke the rules. That doesn't make swimmers to national letters of intent, act Marin Kullers,Wednesday. MacKarvich, a
'" us any more innocent, but it shows ing head coach Skip Foster announced Miami Palmetto product, was a finalist at UF men's golf team will look to defendits
we're doing everything we can to Monday.The the Junior Nationals platform diving com- title at the NCAA East Regional Golf Cham-
right the situation." three, Carlton Bruner of Atlanta, petition. Kullers qualified for the Junior pionship in Savannah this weekend.

"The worst part was waiting to see Chris Dold of Madison, Wis. and Steve Nationals three-meter and finished secondin The Gators enter the tournament ranked
what we'd get hit with," sophomore McGrath of Knoxville, arrive one month the Indiana State Championship. third in two national polls and tied for secondin
basketball player Tim Turner said. after the departure of 14-year coach Randy Former UF coach takes Mercer job another.

"At least half of it's over. We know Reese, who resigned April 25. Former UF women's basketball coach UF won the first-ever East Regional last year
what's in front of us." Lea Henry accepted the head coaching by six shots over Georgia Tech. -
Or do ? position at Mercer on Monday.
they Senior Chris DiMarco enjoyed an outstand-
"It's odd because we don't know Henry,an assistant to Carol Whitmire for
AROUND ing spring campaign for the Gators, winning
that much freshman Travis four years, took over on an Interim basis
,
. SPORTSBruner four individual titles. He was named Southeast
when Whitmire resigned this with
Schintzius said. ."No really season.
one
em Conference Player of the Year and is a
knows. I am getting kind of tired of six games left in the season. strong candidate for National Player' of the
having this over our heads. regarded as the top prep dis- Henry replaces longtime Teddy Bears' Year.In.
tance swimmer in the country, finished coach Ed Nixon, who resigned to
accept
The probe over their heads will
fourth at the 1990 U.S. Swimming Senior the position at Mississippi College. the only tournament a UF golfer did not
stay until the NCAA decides whetheror '
Nationals. win the SEC Championships senior Jeff
not UF guilty of the infractions, Lady Gators golfers eighth at NCAA
.... Dold was the 1990 Wisconsin state cham- Barlow took, runner-up honors.UPs .
a scary thought to at least one Gators The UF women's golf team is in a three-
in the 100-meter freestyle and 200- four tournament titles were the most
pion
football player. way tie for eighth after one day of the 1990
meter individual medley, setting a state since 1984, when.the Gators captured five.
"Right now, I think we have one of NCAA Championships in Hilton Head,S.C.,
the cleanest programs in the nation," record in the process. 12 shots behind first-place Texas. CHERYL BOSSEN

said tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick."(Athletic McGrath took third in the 100-meter Michele Vinieratos' 74 is good for a sev-
Director Bill) Arnsparger has breast stroke and second in the 200-meter enth-place tie individually for UF, whose
gotten rid of the people who have breast stroke at the 1990 U.S. Swimming score of 311 ties Stanford and San Jose correction

, done the damage, and if the NCAA Junior Nationals. State. Play resumes today and concludes UF student assistant women's golf coach Cheryl
penalizes Florida, it'll be penalizingthe Dive team signs two Saturday. Morley was misidentified in a photo on page 19
players. And that's scary." UF diving coach'' Donny Crane signed ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT Tuesday.

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