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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 155 -* TUESDAY MAY 29,1990



I Parents refute criticism of Baby Gator director I


By DEBBIE CENZIPER failure to mandate accident reports, are un revolves around personal disagreementswith She said Logan is a funny person, but shedoesn't
Alligator Writer true. The charges were made in a six-page him and disagreements with nursery consider him racially or sexually
letter sent to Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt policies. Many of the accusations sent to biased.
Despite recent complaints by disgruntled Sandeen, chairman of the nursery's administrators were untrue, he said. "
parents and teachers who say UPs only day Board of Directors. Logan said the nursery, which began in "He has a dry sense of humor, Patrick
care center is run inadequately, many satis- Sally Soucy, who sends her daughter to 1969, is going through changes and policiesare said.individual."But"I find him to be a very sensitive
fied parents are rallying in support: of the the nursery, said the teachers at Baby Gatorare being changed. He said he doesn't ex-
center and its director. caring and she always receives accident pect everyone to be happy with the new Logan said the remarks he made about
The parents last week signed a petition, reports. She said Baby Gator is one of the policies. black people and women, including the time
a statement that refuted allegations made best day care centers in Gainesville. "We're making a transition and it's not an he said a black teacher would have to go to
against Baby Gator Nursery and director "From my experience, (the allegations) easy one," Logan said. "Transitions like this the back of a bus, were misinterpreted and
Tom Logan. The petition's organizer could aren't accurate," Soucy said. "Everybody is are never smooth." were cleared up a few years ago. He said
not be reached for comment Monday. not going to be satisfied and it's usually the Michele Patrick, who has one daughter in those comments should not be used against
Some parents said the charges made dissatisfied who grumble the loudest." the nursery and another who no longer him now.
against Logan, which include racial and sex- Logan agreed, but said that even if a few attends the center, said teachers consis- San Juana Burns, the parent who wrote
ist remarks, foul language in front of chil- parents and teachers complain, they should tently supervise the children and she re- the letter to Sandeen, could not be reachedfor
dren, unfair hiring and firing practices and not be ignored.He said most of the criticism ceives accident reports when appropriate. comment Monday.


MEMORIAL WALK New provost creates




s job for 'extremelyvaluable'




exinteriming I


By RONALD DUPONT JR. mainly of administrators, gave
Hemp 17 votes of support and I
Alligator Writer
Sorensen four.Lombardi .
'Nrs Gene Hemp, who has served as said he chose Sorensen 'I
interim provost for more than a year, after speaking with faculty, who felt
has been named UPs vice provost- Sorensen was a better candidate.As .
t a newly-created job that will be the provost Sorensen will have the
third-highest second-highest
ranking positionon ranking positionon
campus. "It was a move by the campus and

Hemp will be provost to create a will serve as the
working under Andrew academic affairs
Sorensen, team to do the job. He vice president.
the Johns Hopkins Sorensen is
looked at the tasks
University associ- out of town and
ate dean who be- around him and said could not be
gins as UFs new reached for
provost July 1. what we should do to comment, but
Although UF he said in a written
President John organize things. statementthat

Lombardi! createdthe John Lombardi! he was
new position, pleased Hemp
he said it was UF president agreed to take
Sorensen's idea. the position.
"It was a move by the provost to
create a team to do the job," Lombardisaid. "His wealth of experience, coupled
"He looked at the tasks around with an uncommcnly good grasp of
him and said what we should do to the complexities of this institution,
organize things." makes him extremely valuable,"
Sorensen said.
Hemp, who will retain his title as
academic affairs senior associate vice
president, said he does not yet know Hemp, a 23-year UF veteran,began
what sort of duties he must performin teaching in Gainesville in 1967 as an
his new position. assistant professor in the Departmentof
: Engineering Science and Mechanics. -
jw Hemp spoke with Sorensen shortly
after Sorensen was named provost, .
and it was at that time the idea of a
vice provost was raised, Hemp said. A native of Minneapolis, he was
"He believed I could provide some educated at the University of Minne-
background and continue to provide sota, where he earned a doctorate anda
some service in that department," master's degree in mechanics and
GENE PAGE-ALLIGATOR Hemp said. materials.He .
Wayne Wojcik of Gainesville walks back from the Veterans Administration Hospital Hemp and Sorensen were among
Monday afternoon on University Avenue after attending Memorial Day ceremonies. For the five finalists chosen by the Provost also earned bachelor's degrees
more photos of the holiday, see page 5. Search Committee in midMarch.The in both aeronautical engineering and
17-member committee,consist- business administration.)

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Coaches needed for tee ball teams for both boys Volunteers needed to help the Children's Theaterfor !RUPC? Summer A Film SeriesJJMJSSION 1

and girls, ages 5 to 7. Practice begins the first weekof the Deaf benefit concert June 17, Father's Day, : .'
June and games conclude the first week of August. from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Thomas Center. Volun- : :!; :?{<\ + ) : FREE!!II! 1

Phone line volunteer needed to answer the AIDS teers will sell tickets and T-shirts or help set up. ''i ::.,: :::;:A;:; : : ; (
Information Line information in Volunteers needed by Stop! Children's Cancer to *
providing up-to-date \" '",,:.:/>}::( JOin us in the Arredondo Room
confidential and in their Second Annual Great Fantasy Car '
a caring manner. Special training participate r4th floor RgitAJUnion,
provided. Event on July 2. Help is needed with tending bar, *"
Television station assistants needed to assist staff drawing names, greeting and signing in people. # 'showtime; at 9pmj .

in updating membership files on computer, mailing Fourth of July Bash volunteers needed to help : _
thank-you gifts and other office work. Select a two- Morningside Nature Center prepare for a fun-filled j may 30 wed: Bladerunner (Laservision)

hour block any weekday. family event which includes hay wagon rides, sack june"ysun: Sea otLove-989)( )
Summer substitutes needed for MealsonWheelsto and much .
races more. "
deliver noontime meals to elderly shut-ins. Volun- For more information, write or call The Volunteer ./ >wed: North"by Northwest ((1959)) i

teers travel in pairs and share the driving on week Center, P. O. Box 14561, Gainesville, Fl. 32604. Call j 10 sunr--Bfack Rain ((1989)) :

days from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 3782552.the 13 wed: Casualities of War ((1989)) I

WHAT'S !/'N-Q7 sun: Robocop'(198Z( I

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Canoe canoe: The UP Canoeingand rush. Call 392-1161. ext 309. Summer C. Interested persons : .w" for more information pit I
Rafting Club will meet Wednes- Defense: Anyone Interested in should contact Linda Lewis at 392- :1 ", call 392-1655 ,
day night at 6 in Turlington Hall self-defense and martial arts is invited 1171 for a screening interview.It's presented bV-, ,, J .1
Room 2346 to discuss the weekend to the Women's Gym where anonymous: The student .1 the Reitz Union MAIN aba
Council
trip. New members are welcome. Isshinryu,a form of self-defense,will group of Alcoholics Anonymousmeets :/ Program funded by 34th Streef Plaza .1
Call 373-2979. be taught by a black-belt instructor every Thursday night at 8:30: J' student government 5-9061
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Walkln' Lawton: Students for every Monday, Wednesday and in Reitz Union Room 357. Call Pat at ..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.....
Chiles will hold an organizational Friday afternoon from 4:30: to 6. 335-1796.
meeting for volunteers tonight at 6 It's a miracle: The Preprofes- Conference: The Department of
in Weil Hall Room 270. Everyone is sional Service Organization will holda Veterans Affairs is sponsoring a con Thanks
welcome, and plans for Thursday'srally carnival and drawing inside the ference entitled "Common Problemsof r
and the overall campaign will Oaks Mall June 2 and 3 to benefit the the Hospitalized Elderly today Debra Thomson
be discussed. Call 3367711. Children's Miracle Network. Call and Wednesday at the Gainesville
Give It a shot: UF students can the PSO office at 3921510. Hilton. Anyone interested in work
get the second state-mandated Support group: Student Mental ing with the elderly is Invited to at
measles vaccination at the Student Health is forming a confidential support tend. There is a $35 registration fee "1 )
Health Care Center every Tuesdayand group for students who are HIV and students can join. Call the VA at :- ::::;:;:::>
Thursday. Come in today to beat positive.The group will run through 374-6114. :::::


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UF reports fewer thefts more rapes in 1989 I


By VIVIAN HATTEM released for the first time, must be have been required to report cam- feel it is important in the education of crimes are reported." Studentseven
made public because of a new law pus crime, it isn't the first time for process<<; to prevent crime." report stolen books.
Writer
Alligator
enacted at the request of parents UPs crime rate is the lowest in
UF."UF More than 1,000 larcenies
Crime fell 15.2 percent in 1989at whose children have been victimized has always reported crime three years and Tipton said she thefts or in
reported
UF-a trend that coincides withan a United Press International statistics to the Florida Depart- feels the decrease is because of property were
1989, topping UF's crime list. In
overall decrease in campus report said. Figures in the report ment of Law Enforcement and the students' raised awareness.
1988 there 68 bur-
were reported
crime at Florida's private and pub- show an 11 percent drop in crimeat 'FBI, which publishes all crime sta- "Students are making wise deci- glaries, defined as breaking and
lic colleges and universities, according Florida's colleges and universities. tistics for the nation," UF police sions such as locking their vehi- entering. In 1989 that number had

to a Department of spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. cles," she said. dropped to 60. But although bur-

Education report Although this is the first time Tipton said UF's crime statisticsare Tipton feels UF has an"educated
see Crime, 12
The statistics on campus crime, Florida's colleges and universities always available because "we pu blic"and that"high percentage page
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Red measles shotrequired



r-1 'Alf I
4lili for Fall



: 'iniMii nin iiiinniuHiii.nii' ) . Alligator Writer
before 1957, those who have proofof
,. Students will not be allowed to the disease by a physician's
lllii'Isil>tlfilh1uHiltI'll], 11111IHIliI111111111" (!!II IIlIllIItll1// :'11I/11/ / 11111111I1III/ 1'II"/' attend classes at UF next fall until statement and students who are

they show proof of a second mea- allergic to eggs. A temporary ex-
sles vaccination.The emption will\ be granted for preg-
Registrar's Office will flag nant women, he said.
'
the records of all students who "We'll defer people for religious
have not had the second shot by convictions also," Kellett said. "I 1
August 20 in an attempt to preventa don't know of a religion that

1111I pplIIIIIIilllllllllllillllllllllNllill III II;N{{{{ {{{{{I111DI{ {{ II1Illilf{ lilllIoIIIIlilll{ { { Illlil1111iillllilllllllll1110111 idemic Spring at 1991 UF, rubeola admissions measles director ep- vents vaccine you, but from provisions having a measles will pre-be

II ftltt.111 tt.1 w rI t r -to Bill Kolb said. made for that."
lti The measles/rubella (German "Rubeola (red measles) is
measles) shot currently is re- highly contagious and is typically
quired of all UF students. An additional worse in adults than children,"
shot for rubeola, or red Kellett said.It .
measles, will be required for all is characterized by red eyes,
students taking classes this fall. a bad cough, a runny nose and a
Preview students are required temperature of 101 degrees or
0 .00% only to show proof of one mea- higher, he said. Within two to
slesVubella shot to register for three days a rash develops around
Summer B, Kolb said. the ears and neck and spreads to
Infirmary Director Boyd Kellett the trunk area, he said.
said the Board of Regents, the "The disease is spread through 1
13-member panel that oversees droplets in the infected person's
the state's nine universities, re- cough," Kellett said."The droplets
cently decided that UF faculty and hang around in the air and the
staff are not required to get the virus can live outside the body up
second shot. to several hours.
Tom Belcuore, director of the
"Their ruling says that (UF em-
ployees) born after 1957 are recommended Alachua County Public Health
to have the shot," he Unit,said 12 cases of measles have

said.Kellett see Measles l page 12
said the only permanent

Fliers tie WSU to Klan



Wright denies connections to KKKiH;

said. "Not only do I get killed by
By RONALD DUPONT JR. everybody for forming the White

Alligator Writer Student Union, but this guy takes

UF's White Student Union pres- credit"
ident says his organization has no Wright said it was his idea to
ties with the Ku Klux Klan, despite form WSU at UF and there has
fliers handed out on campus the never been KKK influence.

Taking shape past two weeks that say otherwise. Nikitah Imani says that's not
The fliers are copies of a news- true. Imani is the Commandant of
Above The construction on
paper article printed in the University the Loyal Fraternal Order of the
top of the Reitz Union Colonnade of Central Florida's student 99, a national, non-Greek black or-
as seen from the paper that says Tony Bastanzio, a ganization that distributed the fliers
top of the Constans Theater 4 former chief executive of the Ku on campus.

The addition, which Klux Klan, formed UFs WSU. "This article confirmed what we

will include meeting rooms The article goes on to say that expected all along," Imani said.
and an auditorium, Is Bastanzio is attempting to form a "Despite the remarks by the White
scheduled for completion in white student union at the Univer-. Student Union that they have no

early 1991. Jack Ohlschwager sity of Central Florida. connections.with the (KKK), the
Bastanzio could not be reached allegations continue."
left, and Mitchell Bell
of the Monday A phone number listed Imani said friends in Tampa
side
work on the
with Orlando information for gave him a copy of the article from,
Union where the addition Bastanzio has been disconnected. the Central, Florida Future. Me-

will connect to It. 'Mark Wright, UF's WSU lissa Stoker, author of the article,
founder and president, said he had could not be reached for comment
spoken once to Bastanzio but Monday. Future Editor Jamie
knows little else about him:: Carte said Stoker got informationfor
PHOTOS BY ROSY PAGE-ALLIGATOR
"Isn't this something?" Wright the story from Bastanzio.



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BOGOTA,Colombia (UPI) -The election of Cesar of the Caribbean. j I I|
Gaviria as Colombia's new president promises a con The Liberal Party candidate also said cocaine-con- I year's membership IL j
tinued war on the powerful cocaine cartels and likely suming nations are doing little to curb drug use and MIL at Power Plant i

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United States and European cocaineconsumingnations time for the Colombian people to understand that their
and in demanding more economic help to sacrifice is not rewarded and could be in vain," he '
battle the powerful Colombian drug traffickers. said.Gaviria's 'THE MOSTEYEGLASS V
With returns from more than 90 percent of the anti-cocaine cartel credentials seem im 1 _
voting places counted, returns Monday showed peccable. Colombians elected the only candidate who FOR YOUR. .
Gaviria, a 43-year-old economist, with 48 percent of favored continued extraditions of suspected traffickers
the vote, double his nearest opponent. to the United States. Gaviria also was the only one
Gaviria is scheduled to begin a four-year term Aug. of the major candidate who ruled out negotiations with DOLLAR
7, replacing President Virgilio Barco, also of the the cartels.
Liberal Party, who is constitutionally barred from Gaviria said in a news conference he believed in
seeking a second successive term. "discriminate use" of extradition, but added. "I do not
Value. EYE EXAMS ARCHER RD
The president-elect said the vote supported a policyof believe it is a big solution." Simple ..
"making no concessions" to the Medillin cocaine He was elected promising deep changes in govern Our little wooden building helps keep cost down Just across past Butler from PlazaSummer RAX
cartel, which has declared a war on the nation. ment institutions, reorganization of the nation's on quality glasses We donl pay mall rent.
But at the same time, he put President Bush and military, police and justice system and he backs con You save big money. '' 3783261SPECTRUM
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requires special economic treatment. At 43, he also represents a generational change in $20 OF or
Gaviria told foreign reporters the "international Colombian politics.
solidarity has been more rhetoric than real.! "The old generation is leaving," Liberal Party Sen. FREE Second Pair -= OPTiCAL-
Gaviria said he will ask for "special treatment," Ernesto Rojas said, "It means that the leadership of
perhaps similar to that given the developing nations the Liberal Party is going to change rapidly."


e Railway workers halt wildcat strikeWARSAW I
Students Get Shot!
Poland (UPI) Striking railway The workers said they were shouldering an unfair
workers agreed Monday to end a walkout, which had share of the burden because many enterprises have
paralyzed rail traffic in northwest Poland,following an stopped producing worthless goods, leaving fewer
Don't wait until the fall classes to
all-night meeting with Solidarity labor movement transport jobs for them. get your
founder Lech Walesa. Together, we will tell Prime Minister Mazowieckithat required second measles innoculation. Avoid the

The workers called off a nationwide wildcat strike the burden of the (economic) crisis should be frustration and long lines by going to the
and agreed to present their demands, with Walesa's placed down the entire society at an even rate," the
help, to the government of Prime Minister Tadeusz strikers said in a statement. Student Health Care Center

Mazowiecki.The Mazowiecki flew to Paris Monday for meetings with (Infirmary) sometime this summer. The cost is
breakthrough in the strike came one day after high French officials in which he is expected to ask
$28 for the MMR vaccine. No other
Poland's first truly free elections in 68 years. Poland's foreign creditors to forgive 80 percent of its only
International election observers praised what they $40 billion external debt and reschedule payments that charges are applied to UF students.
described as a relatively high turnout of 42 percentfor have matured.
local offices, particularly since citizens don't yet Walesa went from his home of Gdansk to Slupsk in
know how the local councils will work in a democratic northern Poland Sunday night at the striking workers'
For information the measles
system. request. He returned to Gdansk at sunrise with an more on requirementcall
But the Solidarity newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza agreement in hand. 392-1161. ext. 309 during our office hours.
speculated the turnout figure would have been higher "For too many groups in Polish society life is hard,
without the suggestions of growing labor unrest in because the Polish poverty is not equally divided,"
Poland. The government is in the midst of a tough Walesa said later at an impromptu news conference.The SUMMER HOURS

economic stabilization program that calls for a wage workers are not members of any union, although di Monday Friday: Sam 4:30:
freeze and price hikes to combat inflation. Friday they gained the backing of the com-
The railway workers, whose protest started with a munist-led trade union federation. Saturday Sunday: CLOSED
STUDENT NfaiN
hunger strike May 10, were joined May 20 by about "There must be law and order in this country, ff"YK[
1,000 other workers across northern Poland. though people still do not understand that," Walesa
Polish radio said 57 long-distance and 200 local said. "If it is written that a strike shall be staged by a ..
trains were canceled because of the strike, and 394 trade union, not some loose group, then it has to be
more had been stranded. A trickle of internationaltrains so."
were getting through northern Poland en route Walesa agreed to meet with the workers again June
from Czechoslovakia to Sweden.Lastminute. 14 to see if their concerns are resolved.and .


. corrections made to shuttleCAPE I o.

CANAVERAL, Fla. (UPI) Rocket en- particularly energetic stars and galaxies.
gineers worked Monday to fix a faulty cockpit display Such emissions are blocked by Earth's atmosphere, Student Education for Life Long Fitness
while the shuttle Columbia's countdown ticked but from Columbia's perch 219 miles up,astronomers
smoothly toward a sky-lighting nighttime liftoff early hope to open a new window to the universe,gatheringdata
Wednesday on a 10-day astronomy flight. that will complement work done in the visible
The countdown began Sunday 13 days late portion of the spectrum by the Hubble Space Tele- General Meeting
because of a faulty refrigerant valve and after scope. '
reviewing the status of launch preparations Monday, Overnight Sunday, engineers closed Columbia's
NASA managers tentatively cleared Columbia for cargo bay doors and pumped 490 gallons of liquid Tues. May 29
blastoff on the 36th shuttle mission at 12:38: am. EDT oxygen and 790 gallons of liquid hydrogen aboard the ,
Wednesday. shuttle to power its three electrical generators and to.
"Basically, things are going well," said NASA test provide water for the record-tying 10-day mission. 6:00:
director Albert Sofge. "It's very smooth." The only problem encountered in the early stagesof pm
Air Force meteorologists predicted a 90 percent the countdown has been\a faulty"headi-up display"on
chance of favorable conditions at launch time, al- commander Vance Brand's side of the cockpit.
though possible thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon Two such"HUDs"are mounted on top of the pilots' Reitz Union Room 356
could cause problems for fuel loading. instrument panel. During re-entry, landing data is
Columbia's payload is the stro-l"observatory, a projected in green light onto see-through glass Sponsored by PanhellentcI
battery of four telescopes built to study X-rays and screens in front of the shuttle's windshield so the
ultraviolet light from violent deep space targets suchas pilots do not have to look down at their instruments
enigmatic quasars, black holes, exploding stars during critical periods.



. .. ,, TUESDAY;MAY 29, 1990','A111GATA ,5> _

I Plans.fol>UF's; csupercard' hit hardware hassles I


By MELISSA SEGEL ing them to all students. She said card and formed the company, "UF wants to go as close to a cards by next summer.
Alligator WriterA she hopes the smaller number of GDS Engineering, that came up cashless society as possible," "The card is designed as a tool
students,about 150 a day,will allow with the design,hardware and. soft- White said. to access the main data base,"
back order of Sony lenses is her to work out the fastest and ware for the card. The debit card function will re- White said. It will help to make
delaying distribution of the all-in- most economical procedures. Willis donated the information, place the Gator Dining Card, and easier transactions at the
one ID card to UF Preview students White said she hopes the card .saving UF about $250,000.The perhaps take the place of cash pay- Registrar's office, the Hub, the In-
until at least June 1. will be in other students'hands by card will have three tracks, ments for fees, books, the Infirmary firmary and any other areas on
The missing lenses, which are November, possibly making it each providing a different function. and traffic tickets, White campus that need student's infor-
part of the camera of the computerthat mandatory to have one for spring One track will allow for door mation, she said.
will make the cards, are delay semester. access control. The other two said.The card also could replace White said a high coercivity
ing development, said Lyn White, The $5 card will act as a pictureID tracks will allow the card to act as using cash at vending machines magnetic strip will be used on the
I coordinator of the project. The and library card,and eventuallywill a debit card and vending-machine around campus. A machine is card.The
I cards cannot be made until the perform many other functions. needed to match the card with all all-in-one ID card eventually
lenses arrive, she said. White said UF hopes to become a card.White said the cards eventuallywill the vendors on campus before the will be all the student needs White
White said she plans to give the "one-card campus." be used for after hours accessto cards can be used, White said. But said. It will be a key to residence
cards to Preview students to Nworklout Former Student Body President areas such as the computer labs she said she hopes to have at least halls and money for books, fees
i all the bugs" before distribut- Scooter Willis developed the ID and for access to dormitories. some vending areas using the and food, she said.
-

Cards can cause



credit trouble '




in college yearsBy


MELINDA CLARKSON
Alligator Writer

UF finance sophomore Kim Dansby shuffled
through her mail as she unlocked the door to her

.apartment.She .
passed over her phone bill, not wanting to think
about how much she owed, and noticed an envelopewith
d
Visa and Master Card symbols in the top left
corner. Bold letters announced that a credit card in
her name had been approved.Two .
weeks later,after providing the bank that issued
the cards with her address, identification informationand gtJSRa
a check for $20, Dansby received her first credit '
card in the mail and treated a friend to dinner. ,f 4' l
Scott Gore, a collection officer for Barnett Bank in
Gainesville, said by the time most college students
graduate, they've had 15 to 20 credit cards offered to
them.
"Just because they are offered, doesn't mean you
need to accept,"Gore said."People get In trouble when
they think credit cards will be like extra cash." GENE PAGE-ALLIGATON
Ann Hendricks, vice president of Florida Federal Cheers

Bank in Gainesville, said many students are flattered Nicole Leger, 6, watches as her brother Derick, 5, polishes off some Kool-Aid Monday at Newnans Lake.
when they receive offers for credit cards.
The two were fishing with their family.
Most people shouldn't own more than two credit
cards, Hendricks said. Deals that include extras suchas
free plane tickets often entice'students into! accumulating -,
too many cards. Soviet pen pals fear freedom's price

"It's so easy to get in trouble," Hendricks said. "So -
many people ruin their credit right out of high school l MATTHEW SAUER letter was pretty hot," Smith said. "You only hear positive
by running up thousands of dollars they can't possiblypay. By Alligator Writer things about Gorbachev from our own media, but this man is .
." afraid of the man and what changes he will make." \I
Barnett Banks loan clerk Heidi Carpentieri said While the world waits expectantly for the conflict betweenthe Hiiumaa is a small island of about 10,000 people, Rebase :
many students who feel they're building credit by Soviet Union and the Baltic States to be resolved, one told Smith in his letter, and has far-from-adequate housing. .I
using credit cards frequently ruin their histories Gainesville man has had a taste of what freedom could mean When the Estonian got married, he had to wait nine years to
instead of improving them. to some people of Latvia and get a larger "flat" a small
Students can build credit by not using cards and Estonia and it's not all "Until recently his letters have been one or two-room apartmentlike
showing they have the strength to monitor spending good. most people in Estonia
habits,'Carpentieri said. Charlie Smith, 53, starteda pretty tame and he hasn't mentioned live in.
Credit cards, which offer limits ranging from $500to group of pen pals with a much about politics but his most re- Tatiana Diatchenko, a
$5,000, have been accessible to students for only woman in Australia in 1963. teacher in Latvia, is anotherof
about ten years, Gore said. Since then his group has con- .cent letter was pretty hot. You only Smith's pen pals.
"Credit cards became easier for students to obtainin tinued to grow. Two peoplehe "When she first started
the early'80s," Gore said. "Before that,the only way often writes to are from hear positive things about Gorbachev writing to me she apologizedfor
for students to get a credit card was if parents cosignedfor Estonia and Latvia, and they from our own media but this man is her English," Smith said
,
them. have given Smith an under- laughing. couldn't believeit
As more companies entered the credit-card market, standing of what some people afraid of the man and what changes she was probably more lit-
competition for credit-card: holders increased. Compa- of the Baltic States think erate than half the people in
nies discovered that people usually keep the first card about Lithuanian indepen- he will make. this country."

they receive the longest, and they began targeting dence. -Charlie Smith In her first letter,
younger people to establish customer loyalty, Gore "These people are fascinated Diatchenko told Smith about
said. with our way of life and International pen pal the abysmal conditions! in
College( ) seniors are considered a good risk," he form of government,but they most Latvian schools. When
said. "They're about to graduate and the banks assume don't know what freedom from the Soviet Union could mean Smith suggested that some of Diatchenko's students could
they're starting a responsible job with responsible pay. for their own way.of life," Smith said. write to him, she said they were unable to because they were
"By the time they're seniors,the banks assume they're Smith has. corresponded with an Estonian computer math- so far behind in their schooling.
able to manage money." ematician for about three years. The man, Lemmi Rebase, is Diatchenko, whose father was Estonian and mother Ukrai-
History senior Tim Kaiser said he lives off his creditsee from the island of Hiiumaa near the Soviet city of Leningrad. nian, fears that if Latvia should become independent of the
"Until recently his letters have been pretty tame and hehasn't
Credit, 13 Pen Pals l 13
page see page
mentioned,much about politics, but his most recent



I'AWCATO"' 1

TUESDAY,MAY 29,1990


I OPINIONSWhat I



..' THE DAWNING Of A NEW ROMMJA":

a bargainTuition

YEAH,
is going up again and along with the increasescome DONNING.a .
the inevitable comments from administrators and

state higher education officials who say Florida studentsare a

getting a great deal on their education. ".' ,

Tell that to the students who eat macaroni and cheese ". ...'.
four nights a week. Or the students who consider cable ," ,.f.-

TV a luxury in this one-network town, not a necessity. '. ." ;: '

We're not arguing that Florida tuition isn't cheap com- "
;} "
pared to other schools. But that's the only way ad- r. : .

ministrators view tuition as a comparison.What ., '" .

we're asking administrators to remember is that .'" ".
when students receive the bill for their classes, the last
thing on their minds is how much cheaper their tuition is : rEs c u '
,
than their New Jersey counterparts. 01 "

Many students choose to come to UF not because of

its reputation, but because they're residents and therefore .
qualify for in-state tuition. And many students even have :
trouble paying that bill. -

Try to explain that to the Board of Regents, the 13-
member panel that governs the nine state universities. A ,90

few years ago, the Regents adopted a plan to make.students -
pay for 25 percent of their education. And since

then,,they have gone to legislators each year and asked Pressures of a lazy summer dayAs
for a 15 percent increase.

Maybe that isn't a lot of money to people who work as I nurse this afternoon's sunburn I contemplatethe
-fr Shawn Barton
lawyers and accountants, but it's a lot to students who first essay of the summer semester. What's re-
don't have parents paying for their education.So quired is a 500-word ramble on the assorted pressuresa F
RIBBLElather
student might feel here at the University of Florida.
administrators when the signs those tui-
governor Sound simple? It did to me, too, until I realized awriter's
with lotion immediately or wait fifteen
myself up
tion increases into effect and have something to
you say nightmare: "Pressure" and "summer school"are minutes. The were becoming frighteningly
about how fair this increase is, remember one thing: polar opposites in my English language. I didn't widespread.Later pressures

some students will give up a couple of decent meals to have a thing to write about. I'm willing to concede as I lapped the pool in a vain attempt at
pay the extra money. Some bargain. that other students may indeed feel some sort of exercise, I thought that maybe mine was a specialcase.
school-related aggravation, but, luckily, I'm not one
Maybe I'm one of a rare breed that can enjoy
of them. summer without hassling myself over such fribble as
Welcomeback So now I face a new obstacle. Should I fabricate a tests and papers and deadlines. Wondering about the
few long, painful examples of purported pressure justto plight of my fellow student, I swam over to a woman
For many, Monday was a day of no classes and, for appease my teacher? Should I whine and carry on not far from, me and asked if she was feeling any
about the obvious just to fulfill that tiresome Gordon undue
fora pressure.
some, no eight-hour workday. But places were closed
Rule? Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying that I have "Yeah," she said. "Is my mascara running?"
It Memorial That almost
reason Monday. was Day. (
never experienced typical student pressure during my I told her it was, and she immediately filled with
sounds funny without the "Weekend" attached to it.) stint here, but in these sweltering, slow-motion such anxiety that she leapt out of the pool and begana
The Information Please Almanac says Memorial Day months of summer, true pressure is as alien to me as mini-Exxon type clean-up operation on her eyes.
was started in 1868 as Decoration Day a special timeto dry armpits. After all this reflection, I suppose that, indeed I
decorate the graves of soldiers who had fallen in battle Well, maybe I'm being a little too hasty in dismiss- face many shortand long-term pressures. Should I
during the Civil War. ing pressure altogether. Even day-to-day decision sleep late or should I take naps? Should I look for a
making stress. Take job should I borrow ? Should I eat at
can cause some today, for ex or more money
As and battles were and sol-
more wars' fought more ample. I was faced with the ultimate Gator choice Falafel King or should I eat at Burrito Brothers? AsI
diers killed, the tradition was soon extended to remember should I go to the springs or should I go to the pool? I ponder these pressure-packed questions, I realize
all those who died in war, even the unpopular battles of Ill tell you that my choice took me to Broward pool, that I should begin writing my essay. Should I use
the 1950s and 1970s.Unfortunately but my decision-making was far from over. Should I blue or black ink, though? '
it seems that the people who rememberthis work on laps!? or should I work on my tan? Choosingto Shawn Barton is a senior majoring in religion and
older tan, I was then forced to decide whether I should has nothing better to do with her time.
day are Americans who are veterans of wars

and spend the day paying tribute to friends who died. I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

But you don't have to have known someone who lost -
White criminals glamorizedand Pete Rose?
their life in war to take a minute to remember. The worldis Press unfair to vindicated are the American anda
by Every criminal has a story
changing and many say it is because the freedomsand black criminalsEditor press: Charles Manson, John reason. However,the story of the
beliefs Americans spent the last 200 years fighting for. Hinkley, Jr., Ted Bundy, etc. black criminal is never televised,
While the United States hasn't been officially involvedin :Today I picked up the latest Movies are made about them and photographed or published except
a "war" for almost two generations, soldiers are still edition of The Alligator and read books are written. Some of them when he is handcuffed or on trial.
yet another story concerning the even appear on talk shows, speakat We learn nothing outside of the
sent in the middle of the night strange places
away universities write books and incar-
fate of David Rowe. or them- facts that he ia,black
only to come back in wooden boxes.It Poor, poor, poor David, the kid selves. But what of the hundredsof cerated.
is imperative now, more than ever, that we remem- who slashed a babysitter repeatedly thousands of young black men We have been provided all the
ber the fallen in battle, for if we forget, they will surely because he didn't want to move. cell-blocked in the United States "whys" for David Rowe's actions.
fall again. There has been so much concern today?Will we see the Freddie Lee We see the "whys" of Bundy and
for his safety so much concern for Pitts and Wilber Lee story (two Hinkley. But why are there nearlya
his mental health. black men wrongfully held in million black men behind bars in
alligator But what about Alexander' prison in Florida for crimes they this country?
Editor Albritton? What about Derek did not commit) on,, television All those young talented, intel-
Lucy Chabot Brazil? What about the "Steak n anytime soon? ligent, black men in cages. No one
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Shake" killer? I haven't seen one How about a Nat Turner miniseries seems to want to go deeper in
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella word written about the fates of or a best-selling novel by one explaining the situation, which is
these three black men all recently of the teenagers in New York's my reason for writing.I hope some-
Letter Policy convicted of crimes in the Gaines- to lis-
recent "wilding" case? Will one out there cares enough
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one by-10 page). They should be ville I
typed double-spaced end signed They should Include a typed name, address end telephone area. am writing now becauseno Washington, D.C. Mayor Marion ,ten.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause IT you have any questions call. one else has written.on behalfof Barry be invited to speak' at UF David A. Padgett
the editorial' page editor at 376-4458 these brothers. next year like Oliver North and Loyal' Fraternal' Order of the 99



MAY 29, l&6'AHld\TOH; 7


I Baby Gator Nursery draws praise and contempt I


for the children within the Baby
Child loves
Baby Gator setting.This commitment to

Gator programsEditor BECAUSE or KMT CONTROVERSY (w. OFFICIALS me/ A serving these children within is ad-a"mainstreamed"environment

: I was shocked to read in NEW DIRECTOR/ rot BABY GATOR NURSERY.NE1 mirable and truly in the spirit of
the May 22 Alligator such a biased, the public law.
unfair and vicious attack on the I hope that the staff of The Al-
Baby Gator Nursery and its direc- kiPil JT 7 t1ETo ligator will take the time to talk
tor Torn Logan.Sounds like tabloid with the parents who are satisfied
trash to me. L/STEM To SOME with the program that their
My son has been enrolled at children are enrolled in. If this is
Baby Gator for two years and I r OF''fvNcLE"'ANDREWS done I think you will find that the
never have encountered the 4 NVRERY RHYMES... yeas outweigh the nays.
problems listed in your article.The Larry Johnson
staff has always accommodated me Gainesville
with any concerns or needs that I i Lisa Sehlavonl
or my family may have had. Developmental Specialist,
My.son loves his school. Whata Pediatrics Department
wonderful change to see him
Criticism of Tom
wanting to stay longer when I ar-
rive to pick him up at the end of unfairEditor
the day. At his old school he Logan

couldn't wait for me to come pick NURSERY 4 : I believe the criticism
him up. He would beat me to the h t. directed against Baby Gator director
door in his haste to leave.I Tom Logan is unfair.I .
have never witnessed Tom I worked at Baby Gator last sum-
Logan in an unprofessional action mer and my son has attended Baby
being cruel or crude with the Gator for one year. I would like to
children. I believe he has always ask Mrs. Burns to define"adequate
conducted himself professionally.Where Baby Gator South head teacher injured, brain-damaged or even are examples of professionalsgoing supervision." Day care facilities
is the real story about a Valerie Beaver-Kern have'kept our killed if they are shaken hard above and beyond the call of have always had a problem with
wonderful, caring, nurturing, family more than adequately in- enough. duty. At such times we have had child-teacher ratios. However, they
educational environment that the formed of the curriculum, center The foul language, cruel jokes opportunities to talk with Mr. must follow maximum guidelinesset
Baby Gator children receive? happenings and both staff and and snide remarks to children are Logan about our concerns as well by the state.
Robin Bowen parent concerns. I have never felt something that is just inexcusable. as hear about his visions for Im- Baby Gator generally has more
Gainesville more involved with the faculty and Children are too impressionable to provements. than the required number of adults
staff of a school.In be subjected to this kind of abuse, There are several statements in present in each center due to the
addition, I find it hard to (and it is a form of child abuse). the article that we have not ex- help of College Work Study stu
Alligator article believe Mrs.Burns'contention that I just cannot understand the ig- perienced and would like to dents. Funding does not allow for .
her child was inappropriately dis- norance of Mr. Logan. It is people elaborate on. what many of us would consider
extremely biasedEditor ciplined. I have spent many hours like him that cause the racial ten There was mention of inade- "adequate" supervision. My son

: I am writing to respond to observing the interaction of the sions among all of us. The two quate supervision when a child was was bitten once by another child
children and staff and have ladies that for in his into time We have (
the article concerning the ad- never care my son put out. never (not an unusual phenomenon at a
ministration of UFs Baby Gator seen any inappropriate responses. room at day care happen to be been in the center when there was day care center). An accident
Nursery. I feel very strongly that All teachers show an exceptional black and they are two of the best not a staff person nearby. Our experience report was promptly filled out I
much needs to be said regardingthe degree of patience and sensitivity care givers I have ever come has been appropriate use know, from my work experience at i
obviously biased report by Ms. when dealing with any misbehaving across. It is also teaching my son of time-out in a visible location. Baby Gator, that accident reportsare
Debbie Cenziper.I child. to respect people of all races,colors We have always been informedof filled out when such instances
Valerie Beaver-Kern and the and creeds.As occur. The only reason a form
have, over the last five years, infectious outbreaks when they
placed two of my children in the other teachers are a credit to UF.I for Mr. Logan's quote: "....I'ma have occurred at the center and would not be filled out is if the
day care program at Baby Gator. I I have only the highest professional white man living in a white man's have signed accident reports on teacher was unaware of the incident -
regard and sincere appreciation for world, I can't help it if at times I
currently have my daughter en- occasion. I can understand and em-
rolled at Baby Gator South. I there- the wonderful role they play in my misperceive. Firstly, you are pathize with the director when he The discipline procedure at
fore feel both qualified and daughter's life.I living in your own little world not says they don't catch every nick Baby Gator is far from being harsh.
prompted to respond to what I feel I feel that if your reporter had related to that world of those of us and scratch. We don't always see "Time out" removing the
are misrepresentations.As taken the time to talk to the large who believe in equality for all. our children's injuries right when children from the source of conflict
a teacher in the public school number of Baby Gator parents that Secondly, it is not misperceptionon they occur if they are not reportedand and allowing them time to cool off
are not only satisfied, but extremely your part. It is total ignorance.
system and a childbirth educator, we don't have near as many is used, but never physical
I also feel qualified to respond to happy with the way that the I'd have someone check his closet children to look after as the staff punishment. If Mrs. Burns saw a
the allegations from a professional administration and staff manage for a KKK uniform. child being shaken by a teachershe
standpoint I have had the oppor- Baby Gator, this would have beena Sylvia Atwell has.We never have experiencedharsh should have reported the inci- t
of more accurate article. It is un- UF Department of Geology dent to Mr. Logan immediately \
tunity to visit and observe many discipline. On the contrary, ,
the day care centers in Alachua professional to report the opinionof we have seen fairness in making and I am sure it would have been :
County.I only one dissatisfied parent corrections of misbehavior handled.
,
chose Baby Gator as the day Elizabeth Perdue Lusk Baby Gator staff coupled with love and affection.As The worst and probably least i
care provider for my children whenit GainesvilleParent to Mr.Logan's sarcastic man- accurate allegations against Tom ;
was obvious that the adult-to- lauded for care nerisms, we can convey that he is Logan are the charges of racism
child ratio there was exceptional, fearful 1 of somewhat sarcastic from time to and sexism. Anyone who knows
therefore allowing for complete supervision Editor: As concerned parents of a time. However, the sarcasm has Tom knows his wit and would
individual at 'child in Baby Gator South we would been recognize the remarks printed
and much directorEditor always heavily laced with as
Ms. nursery like to give our unconditional sup- sarcasm. Think about it He tells .
tention. I have never felt, as good humor. We have never felt a
Burns, the only parent cited in the : I am totally livid. I work at port to the administration and staff insulted by Mr: Logan's commentsnor black employee she'll have to ride
article, does that I should 'worry UF and had tried for some time to who have given their all, and then has our child felt intimidatedby in the back of the bus. He is ob- i
about my daughter while she is in get my son into the nursery, but some, to provide our family with him. viously joking with her-probably
their care. I have always felt securein after speaking with other parents, high-quality day care. As one of us is an early" affectionately. He is a very sensi-
knowing that my children were and after reading The Alligator I We are active participants in a childhood educator and school tive person and I can't imagine him
in both a physically and emotion- wouldn't put my dog in that nurs- 'program that encourages our involvement psychologist,we would like to com- making such a remark to hurt or I,
ally safe, caring environment.I On numerous occasionswe ment on Mr. Logan's concern for belittle anyone. As far as being
I have been consistently Informed ery.My son goes to a day care center have been encouraged to come "at risk" and mildly handicapped sexist, aren't all men? Just joking. .
both verbally and on offi- and whenever he is injured thereis and take part in activities both children. On his own initiative and I would encourage any parent
cial accident reports, when. my always a written report which I during' the day as well as in the with prior parental consent,he has who is concerned about these allegations 1
children have received the minor or my husband must sign to go into evening after the staff has already'been sought. professional consultation to spend more time at the
scrapes that can be expected with his file. It is a state law that all with the children during the and evaluation for children whom center, sit in on some of the'ac-
healthy, active children. As both a injuries must be documented day.We the staff has voiced concerns over. tivities make unannounced visits
parent and a' teacher I recognizethe whether it be right; after they hap- feel like activities dealing He followed up these evaluationswith and visit a couple of other child
importance of parental com- pen, or upon discovery of the injury. with science and cooking and the conferences for staff, agency care centers in the area for com-
munication. As for the teacher shaking the parents night, when the' staff personnel and parents, and has parison and then judge foryourself.
Frequent memos from Baby' child when she got annoyed with watches siblings as'well as, the committed to providing an" In- Tina Sheppard
Gator Director Tom Logan and him or her,a child can be seriously children enrolled in the program, dividualized educational program 4LSTUESDAY.



8.AlliGATOR TUESDAY,MAY 29,1990

as .
=

I Gene Hemp Is Appointed UF's THIS/NEXT WEEK/

I UNIVIRSi CAM US

II I Vice Provost Effective July 1 &

I Vol

I Gene Hemp, 16-year veteran of UF's
I Office of Academic Affairs, has been GENE TODAYBIOTECHNOLOGY

I named UF's vice provost. Hemp, who has HEMP SEMINAR, "Mol-

I served as interim provost since March ecular Basis of Mutation in Higher

I by UF Information and Publications Services, 355 1989, will continue in that role until the Senior Plants," by University of Georgia asso-
I Tigen Hall and paid lor at usual advertising rates to com newly named provost, Andrew Sorensen, Associate 4 I ciate professor of botany Susan Wessler,
rnunicate official notices and important information to officially arrives July 1. Vice .. 3:30 2316-2318 Fifield Hall.
I students faculty and stall Call 392 0186 lot information : p.m.
I "I 1 am grateful Dr. Hemp has agreed to President __ RECREATIONAL SPORTS SIGN-UP

I assume this important position," said Joined deadlines today, for men's, women's and
Sorensen. "His wealth of experience, UF Faculty _
I doubles 4-wall racquetball tourney begin-
Work At UnionIncreases coupled with an uncommonly good graspof In 1967 L ning June 4 and mixed doubles bowling

the complexities of this institution, I tourney on June 6, 214 Florida Gym, call
I NumberOf make him extremely valuable." .., \ 392-0581 for information.
In addition to his new responsibilitiesas "-
vice provost, Hemp will retain the title senior associate vice president in 1988. WEDNESDAYFOOD
Meeting Rooms of senior associate vice president, During his years at UF, Hemp also has AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS
Sorensen said. served as acting dean for graduate studies LECTURE, "Challenges Confronting In-
I Construction activities at the Reitz Hemp came to UF in 1967 as an assist- and research and has worked periodically ternational Agricultural Trade and Policy,"

Union colonnade this summer will resultin ant professor in the Department of Engi- at Harry Diamond Laboratories in by U.S. Department of Agriculture Foreign

more space-including 10 meetingrooms neering Science and Mechanics. He servedas Washington, D.C. A native of Minnea- Agricultural Service agent James Ross,

a conference room and an audi- assistant dean of the engineering col- polis, he was educated at the Universityof 10:30: a.m., 1151 McCarty Hall.
torium, Reitz Union associate director of lege from 1972 to 1974. He was named in- Minnesota, where he earned a doc- CO-REC VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY

operations John Neely says. However, terim assistant vice president for academic torate and master's degree in mechanicsand sign-up deadline today, for tournament

Union patrons may be inconvenienced by affairs in 1974, a position which he earn- materials, as well as bachelor's beginning June 5, sponsored by UF
traffic reroutings within the building during ed permanently in 1975. He was promotedto degrees in both aeronautical engineeringand Recreational Sports Department, 214
the construction period. associate vice president in 19/6 and to business administration. Florida Gym, call 392-0581) for information. I

Neely said the meeting rooms are necessary .. .. .
-- --- --- -- -
74 LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO-
for student becausethe
organizations QUIUM, "The Presidential Elections and
existing ones are usually full. "Now Party Politics in Brazil," by University of
it's almost impossible to get a meetingroom
Sao Paulo political science professor
in the fall or spring," he said.
Maria D'Alva Gil Kinzo, noon, 376
The 120-seat auditorium under construction
Grinter Hall.CAMPUS .
will house the Student Senate,
PLANNING ASSEMBLY
which currently meets in room 349 of the
meeting, 3:30: p.m., President's Board
Union. Voting machines for the auditor
Room 226 Hall.
ium are being designed by former student Tigert

body president Scooter Willis, Neely said. CONTINUINGSTUDENT

The machines will allow senators to vote CERAMICS EXHIBIT,

from their seats, just as the legislators in features works by award-winning UF Art
Tallahassee do, he said. rbtrd Department ceramics students Gracin

Main access to the colonnade additionwill Gurtler, Darryl Jackson, Troy Miles,
be from the second-floor gallery, Kimberly Velazquez and Steven Whit-

Neely said.Construction. .. i mire, on display through May at The
F,r.
of the $1.4-million project, Hogtown Collector, 12 S.W 1st Avenue,
financed by the Capital ImprovementTrust 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays.
Fund, is expected to be completedin

February.

Additional construction, also scheduledto AWARD WINNERS-Seven UF employees were named outstanding for the 1989-90

begin at the Union this summer, will in- are, left to right: Joel Smith, Janice Baisden, Larry Paxton, President John McAvoy, Willits
clude a mall area on the ground floor, Nee- Lombard Dillard Marshall, Lejene Normann and Jimmy Cheek. Not pictured is
ly said. The new area will eventually housea William Thatcher. (UF photo by Herb Press) Are Promoted At

pizzeria, yogurt store, donut shop, copy
center and VCR tape rental outlet. Seven Employees Are University-Wide Human Resources j


UF Telecommunication Superior. Accomplishment Award Winners Two long-time staff members in UF's

Division of Human Resources, John
I Students Win Awards Seven UF employees received Uni- in seven categories: teaching faculty, McAvoy and Bob Willits, have been pro

UF telecommunication studentswon versity-wide Superior AccomplishmentAwards research and service faculty, ad- moted to associate director.
I Eight for 1989-90. The Superior Ac- ministrative and professional, USPS
national awards in student the Division of
production been with
McAvoyJias}
complishment Awards Program annually clerical and office USPS
from Alpha Epsilon Rho, the national support support Human Resources since May 1969 and
recognizes employees who exhibit service (maintenance and custodial
the 47th annual ), has for the
broadcasting society, at served as assistant director
outstanding and meritorious service and USPS technical and USPS ad-
AERho national convention held in personnel Fringe Benefits section since 1975. Prior
who have directly improved the qualityof ministrative and supervisory
personnel.
Orlando in April. life for students and other employees.Each UF Director of Housing James Grimm to that, he served as an employment in- I
Award winners include: Myra Monroe, terviewer, classification pay analyst,
of the seven award winners, cho- served as awards committee chairman.
first prize for video interview and honor sen from 94 divisional winners, receiveda employee relations representative and !
able mention for documentary; Roy H. plaque and $1,000 cash award. The employee relations manager. I
Brown, first prize for video feature; Robert Apply By For
awards were presented at a ceremony on Friday McAvoy earned a bachelor's degree in
Rothschild, first prize for audio feature; May 16 by UF President John Lombardi. West Women's political science from UF in 1967 and is a ,
Laura Dishman and Yolanda Perdomo, ScholarshipWomen
certified consultant.
Award winners include:Jimmy Cheek, professional financial I
for audio/music/ Tom
first prize program; professor, Agricultural and Extension students have until June 1 Di-
and Cowart to Willits has been employed with the !
honorable Sears, Jack mention Conley for video Greg feature. Education; William Thatcher, graduate apply for the Josephine A. West Memorial vision of Human Resources since Decem-
professor, Dairy Science;Dillard Service Scholarship, awarded each fall direc-
More than 100 students from across the Marshall, by ber 1974 and has served as assistant
assistant director of research, the Office for Student Affairs. The schol- tor for both the Central Employment ;
submitted entries for the
nation
competi Division of Sponsored Research; Lejene arship is for a student who has
tion. adviser for UF's AERho provided Center and, most recently, the Classification -
Faculty
assistant of telecom- Normann, executive secretary, Harn outstanding service to UF and its students. and Pay section. He also worked as I
is
chapter professor Museum of Art; Larry Paxton, main- The $400 award was established in an employment manager, training and
munication Sid Pactor.
tenance mechanic, Division of Housing; memory of West, who died in 1985 after development manager and employee

Q ads Janice Baisden, printing equipment working at UF for 37 years, the majority relations manager and adviser.
ON For University operator, Food and Resource Economics; of the time in Student Affairs. To qualify, in
daV and Smith scientific research student must be Willits earned a bachelor's degree
& Information Joel a female and a sopho-
News
gg public relations from UF in 1974 and a master's -
manager, Forestry Department.A more or above, with a minimum 3.0 grade from
in human resource management
UNIVERSITYUPDATE six-member University Selection point average. Applicants must also be the 1986.
in
Committee, representing UF faculty, A&P full-time students in the fall and must University of North Florida

._ personnel and USPS employees, chose demonstrate outstanding service. Prior to these appointments there was

:aju: p.m. WRUF-AM <5t r) the University-wide recipients. The selec- Applications are available at Student only one associate director, Frances
tion process began at the divisional level. Affairs, 124 Tigert Hall, and must be Crook, who retired in November 1989
6:20 WRUFAM 850.t
: am The University was organized into seven returned there by 4:30: p.m. Friday.. For after serving 13 years in that position and
I _7:20: : .p.m WRUF-FM! : 104" divisions, ana each division gave awards more information, call 392-1265.. more than 31 years. with the University.
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CHRISTOPHER B. HARIG Students can
Alligator Writer reading schedule,waive studies by 0
exam and apply credentials earned
UF students who wish to receivea from selected community colleges.

degree through a statewide inde- The BIS program originally was \ 'I,
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pendent study program first must not designed to fulfill the graduate
make sure their credits will be school's' requirements. That has ?
transferable, the program's direc- changed to the benefit of BIS t

tor said. students at UF, Kearney said. I
"The first thing we tell our stu- "We have the blessing of your
dents is to be sure their credit is provost,"Kearney said. e beau-
applicable in the appropriate de- tiful part of the BIS program is that G
partment," said Kevin Kearney,di- the universities were not com- J it
rector of the Bachelor of pelled. We are joining forces to l
Independent Study program at the help learners."
of South Florida. 1 D
University Kearney said BIS students typi-
The BIS program was started in cally are married with children, tf4.1 a M ,
1969 at USF. Kearney said the program have a career and are older than ; l
is designed for adult learners the traditional student. T'
whose lifestyle requires a flexible "
Linda Luke,one of 113 BIS grad 11
.
learning style.Because uates since 1972, works at down-
UF.participates in the town Gainesville's public library. Special Guest: INITY
program, students from the She earned her BIS degree study-

Gainesville area can receive a de- ing at UF under a faculty adviser The Biggest Party $8 at Central City
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and applied the credit to a master'sdegree
own under the direction of a faculty at Florida State University. of the Summer Grass Roots Promotions $1 shooters
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Before beginning the BIS program
But UF's independent study program -- - --------------- --- -- --
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differs from the statewide
credits would transfer to FSU.
system, a UF official said.
"Since most places require amaster's
Harold Markowitz, UF Indepen-
degree in library science,
dent director, saidUF's
Study program
I needed to find a program whereI
program does not attempt to I could keep my work schedule as
parallel the BIS system. Although "
static as possible, she said.
UF professors may serve as read-
ers of BIS exams, students can Her program of independentstudy
earn only credits, not a degree, involved meeting monthlyand -
then with her UF
Markowitz said."Astudentcannot. weekly -
adviser, professor Robert H.
piece togetherBIS Westin of the art department.
credits in completion of a (UF) .
degree,"Markowitz said."In a nut- Kearney said one BIS graduatenow
attends UF's of law. WE HAVEYOUR
college
shell, UF offers Independent study
courses paralleling traditional Kearney said BIS is fully accred- : 4.
courses, while USF offers reading ited as a university education pro- SUMMER FUN 1 1:21

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reading part of the program in 18 gree programs," he said.
to 22 months. Students then begina Nevertheless, when looking to
two-week seminar at the schoolof transfer credits to a graduate program
their choice. A comprehensive a student must first be cau-
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JOANNA GOLTZMAN
kids," she said.
Plastic MyDad Alligator Writer Cassil said there is a standard
Imagine taking an unfamiliar procedure for choosing people to
child into your home and providingthis become foster parents.
child with support, warmth, "Foster parent selection involves
food and clothing. Then, after background screening, MAPP
Loves For spending so much time with this (Model Approaches to Partner-
child, imagine letting him go.This ships in Parenting) training,and a
process is the job description of a home study," Cassil said.
foster parent. Background screening includes
"Foster parents have one of the checking into the potential foster
toughest jobs in the world," said parent's past records for incidents '"
Me To Use"Health Susanne Casey District 3 Admin- of abuse and encounters with law
istrator for Health and Rehabilitative enforcement officials or with the
Services."We ask them to take FBI, she said.
difficult children into their homes, The 10-week MAPP training
love them and care for them-and course teaches potential foster par-
then let them go." ents what to expect while caringfor

'.i't'; :?"" *<;W"" .."( ,{t J:;'(.':;; 'W'Y':1: '.; Throughout May, Foster Parent neglected and abused children.
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... ,;, >>" ,,, ; .t/; 4. Month in Florida, HRS District 3 Many of these children have be-
by.: >} '," has been recognizing foster parents havior problems and need specialcare.

-. .\,., > ,.i f; 1 &, ;' RtrieJi :,; with special events and ser- She said MAPP training also
,", "I t"'>" ,( Center!' d',, / x, 'f'"" :t< '* vice awards. HRS has already provides alternative disciplinaryideas
placed many children in temporary because the children may
tf"' ':;: :" H ;j<:{:\ :;:A :g: .? :! ;, homes, but officials say there is have been mistreated in the past.

', ; ; k': '.'\" H'u: ./t .,' ? >>" ", < ,"., ,, always a need for more caring in- "The foster parents are not al-
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', .r,' / I. Al''Y'' Itcur( : '; April were punishment many
"' : ,. licensed foster homes in District 3, children are victims of abuse,"
.9, Uf't : : :
, ,.; ik"" "" ')" d" jI which includes Alachua County. Cassil said.
:, : .
-',M'Jt GAlNEvrlLtFLORIOA; "x' ....o! These homes provided temporary The final portion of foster parent
,'. :; 1'j?:.; 4vN.: .,.,. ;, (. .'. ,.., '. '. .. ,... : .:...".,<...;:i shelter for 861 children, accordingto selection involves a home study.
HRS information. Additionally, "The home study checks for fire
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; '" the district had 19 emergency shel- hazards, makes sure the house has
i. '" ters with 63 children in care. enough room, and involves an inspection 1
self call. "Right now we have more licensed by a health unit," said
Improve your image by giving us a
beds than children,but that Cassil.
Memberships, begin as low as $19.95 per month. doesn't mean that we have all the "We are looking for a clean,com-
No Initiation Fees.: No Down Payments parents we need," District 3 fortable home with no hazardous
spokeswoman Alwyn Cassil said. conditions she said. *
"Some people only want young Fosterparents receive a monthly
kids and we need parents for chil- stipend,ranging from$286 to$394,
dren with medical problems," depending on the age and behaviorof
Call Today For A Free VisitMen Cassil said. "We always have a the children. But Cassil said

shortage of parents because we often they end up spending money I
always want to have more parents out of their own pocket.
& Women Westgate Regency 377-4955 Women Only Thornebrook Village 374-4634 than we need;she said. "The average parent contributes
Cassil said HRS tries to place the art extra $100 to $150 a month of
children with one family until they their own money to the care of the
can be reunited with their biological children," she said. I
family. Gail Ahern, Foster Parent Association
"Often the foster parents work President,cares for six fos- !.
with the biological parents and become ter children. "Having from five to
FOUR REASONS NOT TO USE role models for them," she six kids in your home is the norm"
she said.foster( parents) love I ,
said.Many foster parents have servedfor what we do, but it's frustrating at
SMOKELfSSTOBACCO.Ifra 20 years or more. "It's only a times to deal with the system. It's ,
myth that foster parents have to be hard to watch a child think he is "l
married"said Cassil. "There is no going home and then find out that
age cutoff either, but the parents he's not.


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CRIMEfrom MEASLESfrom

on UF campusWhile page 3 page 3

the number of some crimes reported to UF glary and larceny have decreased from 1988 the been reported in the county since May I, 1990.

police has increased the overall figures for campus number of rapes has steadily increased from one "Measles is highly infectious"Belcuore said."A waiting
in 1987 to three in 1989. room can be contaminated with the disease up to four
crime have declined. The overall reduced crime rate may indicatethe hours after a person has left"

success of programs put on by UF police and UF students are advised to get their second measles
crime 1988 1989 1990
housing departments.For shot this summer at home before returning to school or
UF Police I.D. at the Infirmary before the fall rush.
example, run Operation a
forcible offenses 3 8 1
sex program designed as both a crime deterrent anda Infirmary officials said they are concerned that studentswill
e r a8r ft way to match recovered property with its want to get their shots at the last minute and will
V t owner, TIpton said. overwhelm the staff in August."If

Since many thefts take place in the residence we've !suddenly got 20,000 people to immunize, it will
larcenies 1,226 1,059 308robberies halls, UF uses a videotape to educate freshmen really devastate the registration process," Kellett said.'

about crime, said UF Housing Director James The vaccine costs $28 and will be available at the
Grimm. The videotape, Common Sense Security Infirmary this summer Monday through Friday between
Measures, is shown during Preview. 8amand4p.m.
6 9 1
Grimm said he believes one of UF Housing's Other colleges around the country also are requiringthe
Motor veft projects part of the Fire Code Program, has second measles booster for their students. A rubeola.
h affected the crime statistics. The project, whichis outbreak at Florida State University earlier this year

total 1 1,429 1,212 357 90 percent complete,replaces the doors in each prompted FSU officials to inoculate FSU students.
of the residence hall sections and installs new Other schools battling outbreaks are Florida Agricultural -
'Figures shown for first quarter of 1990. locks. Only residents of each particular sectionare and Mechanical University Florida Institute of Technology -
able to enter with their key,restricting strangers Michigan State University. Ferris State College in
SOURCE: UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT from entering and wandering around. Michigan and the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.

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I call ahead for fast takeout I unisex pays his debts by working during you need to go out and charge that
summer breaks and by taking oc- "
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comes, and I get a job to pay it off
other credit cards, Gore said.
$23,900Picture jt $3 Beards -tc and do it again the next year,"

perfect, beautiful rolling pasture with J u. $40 Walk-in Bleach Welcome Out -Ie Kaiser Gore said.said most people shouldn't Credit-card until they're holders thousands shouldn'twait of dol- ..

large oaks. Ready to build on. Paved road -Ie rely on credit cards to carry them lars in debt before confrontingtheir
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frontage power. 12 miles West of iC through financially
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14, ALLIGATOR..TUESDAY. MAY 29.1990



BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND








II Alligator Classifieds-






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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.GRAD FOR RENT: UNFURN.
III Classifications o How to place a
1 FURNISHED STUDENTS: Four Bdroom House $175 studio $199 BD $299 2 BD
Two Blcki From Univ. $750 mo. Call SUMMER SPECIALI! Get 'em while It's classified ad:
HOTI! Walk to UFI POOL 371-0769. 6-12-
Kevin 9-5: 3765242. Alter: 3773852.
Bdrkit/ living rm prlviledge most util. pd., 5.29.5.2 5.2 1 For Rent. Furnished
summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo./ 4 bdr apt. In Person:

1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply// Info 372-22S4// TOWER OAKS CONDOI 2 bdr/2 ba, GREAT LOCATION! Cozy I BR apt. 4 2 For Rent. Unfurnished Cash, check. MC or VISA.

3714243. 8-20-25-1 wa/dry screened porch w/yard, ceiling blocks form campus. Cheap utilities cool 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office

fans, auto-Ice m.ker.$385/mo. 332- atmosphere. 371-4245 Leave message.
Room availableMarchwood fall & spring 5-29-1-2 For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave.
7410 Iv mess. 5-29-5-2
and/or next summer. Fully furnished M.F 8am-4pm

micro wash/dryer. $240/mo + $150 de- Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance Students only .4 Sublease House/Apt./ Main BookstoreHub

posit. Craig 335-0145. 6-12-8-1 to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher Studio $200 1BR $225 turn and .5 Roommates Customer Service Desk

cent. air. Office: 411 NW 15th St. part furn. Some with all M-FSam- 4.30
Own room In quiet N.W. house. Partially 371-7777. 52952. utilities 373-5663 8AM to 10PM. 6-7-4-2 6 For Sale pm
furnished. Walk to U.F. $115 monthly +
Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
1/3/ utilities. Phone 3381764. 5-29-3-1 7 Real! Estate .: .
Villager West: Quiet I bd on cul-de-sac, SUBLEASE: ..:.:,: M-F lI.m.llpm
I story; no noisy neighbors above! 800 8 Motorcycles ( Sat & Sun Closed
Lg. 2 BR apt. neatly furnished. No pets,
NW 18 Ave Take 9 St. N. from 16 Ave. '
( ) 4 HOUSEAPT.Summer "
convlenlent to UF & downtown. $275- 371.7777. 5-29-5-2 9 Autos .. ".,.' Medical Bookstore, Shands
$285 mo. 378-5957 5-31-4-1 M. F, 8 am 4.30 pm
B option for Fall: own bed 10 wanted
bth bd'i. Bel Air 636 NW
Huge 2 bd. 2 81
Private entrance nice br, kitchen ft livingrm. room In nice house In NW area. Wood Services By Mall:
28 Ave. Spacious grounds, magnificentoaks. t
prlviledgts, most util. paid summer fane 10 mln it
3717777. 5-29-5-2 floors, ceiling huge yard, Use lorms appearing weeklyin
$145, fall $165/mo, 372-2284. 8-20-23-1 walk to UFo $/56 1/4 util. Call 378- 12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry no cash by

avail Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth, Just 3 blks N of 8894. 13 Wanted mail MC. VISA or checks only.
2 rooms for $150-1180 + 1/4 util. Help
UF nice. 414 NW 14 St. Col-
June I. wash/dry nw home, close to UF, very very Sublease own room & bath in a 3 bdr3 By Phone 373-FIND:
lege Park Properties. 3717777. 529.5 14Business Personals
3352891. 6.7.4.1 ba apt. In Oxford Manor. Partly turn.,
VISA Mastercard
2 Payment by or
200mo. neg. Avail Immed. thru Aug 15. 15 : Personals
Students ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
only 3351877. 5-29-5-4
Studio $200 1 1BR $225 turn and SW VILLAS Available now, large I BR 16 Connections M-F 830.4pm.

part furn. Some with all with walk-In closet, barbeque, some utilities MUST SUBLEASE! F for mast bd/ba/ In

utilities 373-5663 8AM to 10PM. 6-7-4-1 paid. $240 4 bd/3ba apt. Share w/ 3 fun roomies for 17. Notices +. o How to correct

Summer B, C. Only $150 + 1/4 ut. 335- .1* Rides
TUMBLING CREEK Bike to c.mpullrom
FOR RENT: this 1 BR balcony apartment just painted 5954. 5-29-5-4 19'Pets cancel your ad:

I coin laundry, dishwasher. $275 Sublet a room Windmeadows Apt. Sum- '
2 UNFURNISHED 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:
mer B III July 31. $200 mo + 1/4 util. call
PHOENIX Upstairs 2 BR apartment 336-0397. 6.12.8.4 Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri. 8. 4 pm.

i Walk to Santa t FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, hook-ups, mini's, carpat. $310 No refunds can be given

2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. Cheap studio close to campus. Lots of

j Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. SUQARFOOT OAKS Incredible bargain, room, kitchen, AC huge closets accessto D When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 8.20.25- 2 BR/I 1/2/ BA, breakfast, dishwasher wash/dry, free water call Rick at 377- Check your ad the FIRST day it runs

i 2 hook-ups some utilities paid. $325 0761. $140. 5-29-4-4 Call 373-FIND with any corrections be-
lore THE ALLIGATOR IS
noon. ONLY
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet SOUTH WOOD. Like new spacious 2 BR/1 Sublet rm. summer B. 135 mo + 1/4 util. Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY

washer/dryer available in most units for 1/2/ BA, deck with privacy fence, hook-ups. Huge 4 bd/2 ba furn. hse. A/C wash/dry, DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 ft 2 Bath $400 5-7 min. bike to UF. 3767768. 6-5-4-4 Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

$250-$3SO. sec & Imr. 3726422. 8-20- Union Shands take No refunds or credits can be given after'
25-2 KEY MANAGEMENT or may
FABULOUSOne placing the ad.'Changes called in after'
THREE apPear. Ads
days to the first will not be
SPACIOUS 372-3060 bdrm apt; hardwood floors, curved day compensated.
ONE BEDROOM APT. 5-31-2-2 wall. light-blue kitchen and bath tile. Behind may run for any length of time

ONLY $263MO.LYONS Norman Hall. Must see. $245/m and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
w/lall 3782803. 5313.4 Corrections must be made in person at
APT option.
THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane but there be
; Sorry can no re-
The office, BEFORE NOON.
Alligator
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 ,
8-20-25-2 Sea UF from private balcony, newly reno Sublease avail. May-Aug. Towne Pare funds for cancelled ads.ROOMMATES. There will be a $2.00 correction f...
vated 1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. 371-7777
5-29-5-2 apts. Fully furn. 4 bdr.. avail. Only $150
INCREDIBLE + util. or $350 for all. Call 336-4705 and
Iv. Avail immed. 6-5-3-4
Efficiency Apt. mesa.
HUGE 1bd apt. Duckpond area, ceiling
Starting at $185 fans wood floors
fireplace. $350/mo. ROOMMATES
Sublease fully turn twnhs. Own bedroom
Starting at $235 / 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST 5-29-4-2
Rentneg. 376-3587. for summer a, b, or c. Mill Run $200mo.Call .
3354254. 5-31-2-4 The Gardens! m/f/ for 2/bd/2/ 1/2 ba f n/s rmmt for summer,fall +own bedroomin
378-3988 Available now SW:2bdr apt porch,ceiling twnhse, turn pool, w/d/ near sfcc/uf 2b/1b apt. $145 mo. + 1/2 utll. block

8.20.25.2 375-3881 fans, dishwasher cent H/A. near bus OXFORD MANOR FREE May R.ntlll!!! $185/mo + 1/2 util. Now-Aug 15. MIchelle from Norman Hall call for more Info 373-
$375, Including water 3730701. 6-19-10- 332-3896. 5-29-4-5 7875. 5-31-4-5
2 Name Price! Own rm ft bth. Call Wendy

Check Our New Specials 336-0930. 6-5-3-4
MARCHWOOD: rmmte to share twnhme. Roommate needed, for June and July.
FURNISHED All Amenities UNFURNISHED Available Wlndmeadows Apts., 2 bdr/2 ba, $490/mo SUBLET 2bd/t be apt. End of JuneAug.Just Own unf rm. wash/dry/ pool. No Peta. 1020 SW 8th Ave, 150 + util. neg., call

Roommates Available + dep., avail. Aug 1 336-7852 Iv. mes- 2 Blocks from UFo Call 336-7891. 200 + 1/3 util. Call Heather 3351480.. 375.8127 or 374-7060 and leave mes. for
8-I 4.8-2
sage. 5-31-5-5 Frank. 5-31-4-5
We're No. I

REGENCY OAKS May rent free, you pay rest of summer! 1 5 ROOMMATES Casablanca on pool. Own room l45/mo M./F, for 4bdr/2ba has 2 blks 'from campus

378-5766 bdr spacious apt., Summerplace Apt., m/f w/2 males. Wash/dry part furnished. own bdr/ba/ w/d 1/5/ utll $230/mo or
k 3230 SW Archer Road near UFo Furn.247, unfurn._$237. 377- Rmmt Summer B, F N/S/ no pets, Oxford Call Julian 338-0373 or Mark 336-1581. $140/moea (for 2. 335.1381. 5-31-4-5
COUNTRY GARDENS 9270. 5-29-3-2 Manor furn., private bdr/ ba, util. Incl., 5-31-5-5

373-4500 $350 for 6 wks. Call LeAnne 813-531- MAY RENT FREE

2001 SW 16th Street A clean 2br Ideal for couples/serious stu 8199. 6-14-10-5 F rmmt needed for 4 bd/2 ba turn Condo: Female roommate needed for 3bd/1/ bth

8.20.25.2 dents. $290/mo/ Incl water ft garbage 4013 by Oaks Mall. Wash/dry, security system. house. Close to campus. Dep $100. Call
NW 12th Terr. Apl. 6. Call 376-7458 or F Rmmt In Wind meadow. 3 bdr/ba own $200/mo & split electricity. 3354298. 6- Ana at 3751477. 5.31.4-5 -
F Studio, ibd, 2bd and 3bd opts and 376-6663. 6-19-6-2 roomown bath for $150 a ninth for June 19-10-5

houses avail now and for fall. Walk to UFI a Julymove In now for free (May) Call NS M/F for 2bdr apt 3blks from UF, ac, wd

Beat the rushl) College Park Properties 2 BOIl BA $32S/Mo Phoenix Apts clo.elo 1-813-796-6528. 5-29-5-5 M, for 2bdr/2ba apt In SW. Pref grad stud firs, lots of windows $140 + 1/2 utl visit

411 NW 15th. 371-7777. 5-29-5-2 UF/Shands. very spacious, year or sum neat freak, sports nut trivia ques asked. 307 NW 15th Terr or call 375-6188. 5-31-
mer lease, pets ok, call Lee 378-1802 or Responsible n/. fern needed for own br ft $225/mo + 1/2 utll. Call 3353580. 5-29-

In The Pines 1-813-597-5285. 5-29-3-2 ba In new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home, security PINETREE GARDENS n/s F needed for
aye, quiet area. Avail fall, rent neg. Quiet studious grad stud. seeks like.
Bedroom
Spacious 1.2 ft 3 Fall. Own rm., share bath. $182 + 1/3/
MODELS OPEN EVERYDAYMill 3355240. 6-19-11-5 minded roommate for
next yr. Spaciousapt.
Apartment ft Townhouses utll. Call Carrie or Chrystelle 335-8364.
Convenient to UF/Shands/ close to Shands & Univ. Call Dave at 5-29-3-5
Run. SW 20 Ave. 2 br from $375. Call ..OAKBROOK.,350/mo F, nIl. own 375-7498. 5-29-4-5
2 pools, tennis crt, weight room,
w/d./ Summer ft/or fall ft
336-7668 1.5 dally. room, pool,
sauna 2 laundry rooms. Live In the country w/ your horse N/S F
spring, deposit security furn. Lynn FREE MAYI! Rmmte
needed for
Ask about 3 bdr specials $400 off summerc rmmt. to share 3/2 on 5 acres/5/ mi. west
Casablanca West, 2735 SW 35 PI. 2 &3 br 3714708. 5.29.55"OAKBROOK' wr// fall option In 4br/2bth house 3/4 m'
: 373-3371 of Oaks Mall. Cent air/heat, riding arena,
$475-1665. 372-8837.1-5 daily. from campus. 157.50 + 1/4 utll. Call Brad
trails avail. 1 l70/mo 1/3 utll.
l 205 SE 16th Ave. $175/mo F, n/s, shareroom 371-8782. 5-29-4-5 July t

I 1/2/ mile east of Main St. Greenwich Green A other rentals avail. turn summer &/or fall ft spring. 4724824. 8-5-5-5

I M-F 11.8. Sat 10-5. Sun 12-4 Call 371-6100. 6-5-4-2 Pool w/d, security, deposit.. Lynn 371- Need M/F N.S. R.M. to sub for summer Room for Rent- summer: 3bd/2ba house
8-20-25-2 4706. 5-29-5-5 own room, 4 bed.2 bath
____ house cent. air. w/d. ale, 200/mo + dep 3355000. 5-29-
Avail 2bd/ 1ba In Mill Run. Quiet Lg 2bdr/1ba apt ac, laundry ceiling fan W.D. 5 min walk f. U.F. campus. 140/m. +
now. clean. Take over lease, $32S/mo, w/new/ carpet $340, avail. now ft For rant/sale. New 2 bdr/2 ba fully turn' 1/4/ utll. call anytime 377-7918. 5.31.4-5 A clean attractive room In large upstairsapt.
spacious, 2023 SW 37th 375-7986. 0-7- condo mi. from UF. Has wash/dry
Aug. ,
336-1908. Lv if before 5 Way. $15S/mo./ + 1/7 utll. + deposit + 'lease.
$370/mo. msg. 4-2 micro pool security, linens. Call 372- F rmmt. wanted for A&B, own bdr ft bath No pets. 495-9024. 5314.5
pm. 5-31-6-2 3842 8 Iv msg. 5-29-5-5 $160/mo obo, call 338-4367. 5-31-4-5

Available 6-15 houseduplex/ 4 bdr 2 bth. Need Roommate Now w/ option for fall 4 ..... LOOK...2 rms av.U.ln big 3
blks from UF 2br/1 1/2 ba own room pool N/S F rmmt to share 2bdr/2ba condo Roommate Needed for rest of summer In bdr house. Jacuzzi, tried yd, study. Pats
miles south of UF trees fireplace,
1/2 ,
central 1 heatair.. $650/mo. Call 378- convenient loc mostly turn $195. Chris w/prlv./ Jacuzzi w/d fully furn. except own Hawaiian Village. $155 + 1/3 utll. Willnegotiate. ok. $150-170/mo, split utll.! 338-

6183 leave 5-29-5-2 377-5795. 6-7-4-2 room, 12251mo2 util. Dawn 377- .. 338-4111.I 5-29-3-5 0483...... ... 8-5-5-5
mess. 8902. 5-29-4-5



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luxury lakefront condo near UF/ n/s/ rmmt. wanted for furn. apt. near TYPESETTER- Varitypsr 5410. 2 Disk GREAT DEALI Dk wood desk/chair and 286 COMPUTER
Shands, $350/mo. + 1/2 util. Incl. weekly law ache (Camelot) $190/mo, Call John drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film eannlsters. bookshelves w/ bottom cabinet $20 or
12 mhz, 49 MB harddrlve, 5 1/4 and 3:
376-6168.ve.. unused In 2
6-14-6-5 Factory reconditioned past both for
maid service, 376-7728 Iv. message. 5- $401! Call 372-8580. 5-31-5-6
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. 1/2/ floppy drive 14" VGA color monitor -
31-3-5 2 rooms lor $150-1180 + 1/4 util. svall. Good machine for small type shop. System HP PAINTJET PRINTER, less than one 1 yr wary, DOS 3.3, Microsoft Work
'***NEED MlF N/S*** June 1. waih/dry, nw home, close to UF, Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font year old, $750 obo 392-1633. 5-31-5-6 Doe She! Only $1795. ELITE 335-1 300.
Own Room In a 4bd/2ba home. Near the 335-2891, 6-7-4-5 disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at 6-21-10-8_

Oaks Mall. Avail June 1Call Johnny Rmmt needed to share 2bd/1 bs. $130/mo 373-0926 for more Info. FUTON FRAME Large office desk w/ chair.'wall unit, 2 end
332-6766. 5-31-3-5 From only $200/set. Call Al 373-3127 or tables, microscope, receiver ft deck, W
tape
+ 1/2 Utll. Ask lor Jim 335-4644. 6.7-4.5 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
Man 377-5650. 6-7-7-6 din. table w4 chairs, ladies 10-.pd bIKe.
M/NS needed to share 4 bed house near brands are all at our New Location) Car
Looking for a fern- smoker who Is Stereo 3215 NW 13 St. 372- 338.1728. 5-29-2-6
SFCC a Oaks Mall. non Specialists
Washer/dryer large Crimestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Detectors
yard, nice neighborhood, $170 mo + 1/3 quiet and very studious fall and spring 2070. 8-20-25-6 Sherwood, Sansul, Sony, Orion,
332-1460.l 5-29-2-5 in Rocky Point. 2 bed 2 bath; balcony, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat WORD PERFECT 5.1StudantlF.cull
entire pond view, no petal Call soon; MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 All Prices 373-3754. 8-8-24$ / Price $135
N/S for own room in 3br SW house w/d Lalnle 335-7449 220.00 a month. 6-7-4-5 Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate Call ELITE 3351300. 7-3-10-6
fenced yard 5 min UF/Shands $135 + 1/3 H P. Price same or lower than mall- Rockford Fosgate Punch subwoofers., _
336-1914.. 6-5-4-5 OXFORD MANOR NS/F wanted summerB order. Systems below Include 1 1mb, 40mb 5.25,3' midranges and 1" tweeters plus Smith Corona Electra XT typewriter new
turn own room/bath washer-dryer negotiable ((28ms), graphics monitor, ... all crossovers. Call Jeff 338.7770. 5-29- ribbon w/correctable type, excellent con
F Rmmt, N/S to share 2 bd/1 I ba apt. until rent + 1/2 utilities. Call 3737504. MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295 3-6 dition. $100 obo. Call 378-0787. 5-29-
Aug. 19, $175/mo + 1/2 util., walking distance 6-7-4-5 MC 386SX $1495. Northgate 388/20 2-6
to campus, call 3774244. 6-14-8-5 $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd ft battery *****White beach-cruiser***** _
M/F own room In 4 BR house 2 blocks to $1999. CompuAdd 810 wi 20mb & graphics Like new great condition. Call Rose MUST SELL queen ieml-w velei.
"OWN ROOM" $158.25/mo but neg. + campus $145/mo + 1/5 utils. carport, monitor $970. 1 ft't I. year warranties. mary at 335-2724 leave message. $95 waterbed, washer/dryer, and dresser with
1/4 utilities, avail. summer and/or/ fall, wood floor fireplace. 338-0597 Iv message Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer obo. 5-31-4-8 night table. Call 373-4729, leave meiage. -
F/N/S call 336-3834 6-7-5-5 5-31-2-5 $185, HP Laser J.lllp. $1049.3743 W. 5-29-2-6 +
University Ave. 8-9-25-6 Handcrafted, wooden birdfeeders. Different _
N/S Rmmt. wanted. Own room, fully FALL 0 Spyglass: 1 rmmt needed. M/F/ sizes available. $5 to $15 each. Free Clean sofa bed $200; framed paintings,
turn. beautiful apt. w// pool patio &, morel for own bd/ba In 3bd/ba. Near pool/ten- CAMERA SALEI! seed with the first two sold. Call J.R. make offer; moving 378-7470. 531.38
$300 Incl. rent, .too, ft furn. Plcaddllly nls. Call Michael at 336-6304. 5-31-2-5 Get exposed to our HOT dealslll between 7 pm and 10 pm 375.1935. 6-5-
Apts. Call Richard @ 3355584. 6.7.5-5 Beat J&L 371GEMS. 5-29-5-6 Mint Immediately
Need rmmt NOW. In Spyglass, wash/dry, Microwave- new, and five speed plane ticket to Boston oneway $70
MILL RUN: N/S/ rmmt for own room own bed/bath 224 mo + deposit. Call and Desk ft chair $35. black leather chair $25 blender for sale. $100 for the pair. (offers and couch for $60 call nights 336-7732.
needed for Fall. Furn. with wa/dry./ leave message 335-5742. 6-5-3-5 each, dresser $30 glass table $25, wicker considered) call 377-3441 anytime. 6-5-4-6
$215/mo + 1/2 util.! Call Tim 335-5457.. shelf $30 tabl.lamp. 3713991. 5-29-5- 6-5-5-6 _
M/F n/s, own room In 3bdr/2ba house, 6 MUST SELLIII BEACH CRUISER $60 and
Room for rent, 4725 NW 30th Terrace $150/mo + 1/3 utll, fall option, 338-1858. Moving sale, ) Take your pick: full size TWIN BED $50. Call Brenda at 3329565.
$175 mo// 1/3 util. Leave message 374- 6-7-4-5 Grey pit group couch $250. Coffee tabl soft bed, w/d, study desk, & sewing machine 5-29-2-6
6651 5.29.2.5Envirconsclous $50. JVC car stereo $100. CD player In wooden cabinet w/chair. 336- _
6 FOR SALE $100. ALL LIKE NEWII CALL 3756780. 8681, Kevin. Iv mess. 5-31-4-6 For tale- beds, bike, desk ft other mite
M/F 4 huge rm In big 5-29-5-6 items. Call 377-5150. 52926Full
1920s house- blk to UF- wood floors- Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest & finest EURO CHAIR/ EURO SOFA SET Black
sun decksSum.. B on$150 + 1/4/ utll. + In car audio, cellular ft security. Air ConditionerOne modern style from Door Store $550 call size bed and frame, one yr. old, good
deps. 373-9145.6.7.4.5' Custom Installation ft repairs. 3361128. 5-29-5-6 large one small reasonable 377-9815 3361113. 5.293.8r condition. $75. Call 378-9584. 5-31-3-6

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GUITAR LEARNING) GROUP
LOTUS 10-SPEED, gold w/blue/ trim, Sun- Rockwood Villas. 2bd/2ba + study, closeto 1988 Chevy Iroc 5.7 liters, automatic, NW Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave FOR KIDS. Adult private lesson also
tour components, very good condition- UF. Shands and the Mall, excel cond, fully 1 loaded, 2600 ml, asking $11,500. near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from avail all styles. 3385624. 5-29-4-11'
$120. Call Drew 378-6008.. 6-5-3-8 assumable mortgage 49900. 3731147. 375-1265 or 373-1147. 5-31-6-9 $20,10% disc. to students. 3328917. 8-
5-31-6-7 20-25-11 LEARN the CLAPTON STYLE of GUITAR.

Sony CDX-A 10 diskjocky diskchanger 79 Firebird, 403, a/c, pw, cass., custom Study group or private. The sound,'
holds 10 cds $350 Also 2 Collins 10' paint, maps, $1700, 472.2534 or 472- BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS songs, and solo. Larry 336-5624. 5-29-
Bazokis subwolfers $250. Call Vince 8 MOTORCYCLES 2072. 5.31.5-9 4-11'
335-4548 6-5-36

1980 Honda CB750F supersport good 1966 Volvo 122S wagon. R.bulll.nglne, 1233 NW 10th Ave. Hone Boarding Rocky Creek Farms.
SONY portable cd player lor car/home D- condition w/ 2 helmet & (over new chain great condition Inside and out, roof rack. 3721664MCVISAlnsurance Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or
180K Only 3 months old $185. RCA 8' A sprockets & rear tire. $600. 371-3991. White wred Int. A cool classic. $900. / Highway Patrol 462-5127, 4624311. 8-
b/w/ tv can plug Into car $65. Call Chuck 5-29-5-8 338-0610. 6-5-5-9 Free Pregnancy TiltM.mb.r 20-22-11
3720184. 5-31-2-6

1988 Red Honda Spreegreat condition Gov't seized car, truck, TVs, etc. Confiscated National Abortion Federation *SUNBELT MOVING*
Motionless Waterbed $125 obo great con. 1100 miles, just tuned up. $450/obo. Call In drug raid. Great desist) Call
dition. Call Debbie 336-0580. 85.3.8I Tracey 335-7808 or 378-7186. Lv mssge. 372-0498 ext S-2 betw 6-8pm Mon-Wed. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
5-29-4-8 5-31-4-9 Get confidential testing and treatment at 1Item -House full. Local/Lng dlst.
I HAVE TERRIFIC grades thanks to my PLANNED PARENTHOOD. 377-0881, 8- Llc/lns. Priced for Students) Marty 375-
great office desk $75-obo and comfy chair 81 JAWA X25 moped for sale, call or 20-25-11 MOVE. 8-20-21-11"
$15. Oak dresser $80 obo. Call 373- leave message for John 338.4848. 5.31. SUZUKI SAMURAI 87, soft top. Perfect
0595. 8-5-3-6 3-8 condition. Must seal Call: 3750394. 6- Gainesville' Hottest Rap Song) Hear It
5-5-9 ** GATOR MOVING ** Llvel'

For Sale 1987 Suzuki GS450L, low mile, clean, Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- Call CHERRY 373-7755 Saturdays from
2 beds inc. box, frame $25 obo 6th gear overdrive. Good condition, must Jeep CJ7 Laredo 80, motor 62 Black, item/Hse Full. Days/Eves./ Long dls.Llclns. 8 am to 12 pm. 5-29-1-11
Desk $20 obo see. Asking $1200 call 377-2263 Ive.messge. Hardtop, Biklnltop, $2950, Graduating / Harry/Bill 374-4791. 8-20-25-11 /
Call Al 377-2793 leave message 6-12- 6-5-5-8 tudent. Call Now 376-6141 Albert. 6-7- Environmentally concerned, responsible
5-6 5-9 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons person available June lat for house sitting
1980 Suzuki GS550L. Low mileage. boarding woodser facilities Runs own cleaning service. Excel.
Oesk-FREE, wall unit set $10 dbl bed- Runs and look great. Incl. KG carrying ORANGE AND BLUE INSURANCE low hay rides parties sales working ref. 3751291. 65311To
$100 neg. Moving Wed. May 30. Call case & two helmets. Asking $595, 332- rate, low payment, fast drive-thru service students accepted 466-3224, 3758080.
371.4983 Lv. msg. 6-29-1-6 9240. 6-5-5-8 ** habla espanol 377-2277 377- Busy To Clean? Company Coming?
CARS. We care 6-12-6-9 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Call Susan' House Cleaning Service
Must sell Hand-fed Cowures 1 dusky 1 GS450GA 1982 Suzuki motorcycle Accepting new pts, emerg. 904.335.7864 Professional And Prompt.
peachfront + accessories. Very tame. Adult cleaning $30, child $20
335-2922 ask for Karen $450. 6-5-3-5 Great shapelow milesLike 1977 CHEVY MALIBU ((4)> Wisd. tee. $325, ((3)) Wisd. tee. $250 CARPET and VINYL Installation, repair
newmany extras very clean, looks good, runs great new ((2)) Wisd. tee. $200 and restretches: free estimates. No Prob-
SALEIII! Loveseat $90, Twin bed $60, 1 $1400 Call 377-7543 6-22-7-8 tires stereo V-8 must see call Mike 373- Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V. AE lem Carpet Service. Robert 374-5493. 6-
bike $60, color TV 19 In. $80 All In 0732 Iv msg 6-5-3-9
speed Orange and Blue Insurance now covers Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.
shape call 3359248. H.T. DDS 372-9521 FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
great Gonsoulin
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Low rates low
motorcycles payments, Serving UF since 1977
GENERAL BEACH CRUISER Excellent safe rider discounts, fast drive-thru service 10 WANTEDLocal Car stalls? Call Mobile Auto Rescue and Most insurance accepted
condo Ulocklncl. $150 obo, Call Matt at 3772277. 8-21-9-8 Repair. Fast service, 25 yrs. exp, jumps, 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave,
338-8216 anytime. 5.29.3.8 tune-ups, minor repairs. 24 hrs/day. 372- Dr. Steven Schargel
1988 Honda Elite 50 for sale. Great for Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class 5325. 6-7-8-11 373-7070
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine
around cond
getting on campus, great ,
7 REAL ESTATE helmet & scooter $600. Call anytime 336- Jewelry 373-9243. 8-20-25-10
9422. 5-31-3-8
PHYSICS TUTOR NEEDEDI! ASAP. Call
Duplex for sale2 bed, 1 1/2 bath. Phoenix
close to campus, full kitchens, call HONDA ELITE 80cc 3350734. 5-29-4-10 DAILY CROSSWORD.tUZZLE I
Larry or Nina 371-8141 or 1-800-654-
4544. 6-21-7-7 why walk when you can ride? College night at Alley Katz. Every Wed. Edited by Trude Michel I
ONLY $500 from 9p closing. $8 per student Includes
call MIKE 373-0732 Iv msg. 853.8 unlimited bowling, shoes, mini-golf A a ACROSS Introduce 32 Ear: Comb. 47 Closer
Assumable 8 112/ %. Only $310/mo p&i hot dog or pretzel w/ a med. soda. Don't 1 light beiges 5 Frying pan form' 48 Bishop'
Adorable & spacious 1 br w/ loft, ceiling For sale: 1988 Ninja 250. Great condition miss It) 6-7-5-10' 6 landed 6 Supports 33 Urges headdress

fan, sky light, laundry room, storage, & 2 just tuned-up. Original cover & 2 BASS PLAYER/SINGER W/OWN EQUIP. 10 Shoe or palm 7 Narrow way 35 Stale tree of 11 49 January, In
decks, beautiful landscaping wlots Dogwoods helmets. Asking $1400. Call 335-2749 Madrid
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Experienced houaesltler w/references/
available for summerrecent UF grid. Complete writing & development ser Need 15 bucks ADVERTISING time for office fast-paced assist real-estate needed" Immediately firm.
Would also Interested' In room (for rent vices. Resume House 371-8148. ..g.
CLASSIFIEDLearn Computer knowledge helpful' but not nec
for work. Debbie 20-12
In exchange 371-1838
today? essary. Flex. hours, Please call Gail Ringat
about the world of
or 372-1664 Mon. 8. Frl.- daytime. 5.31. exciting Newspaper.
2." **WORDPROCESSOR* An easy, relaxing' way to pick up cashall Immediate full time position available 378-4814 M-F 9-5. 67413BUSINESS
Resumes that's required Is a plasma donation. We In the Classified Dept. of the
l.gall.chnlcal., term papers, dissertations, pay $15 for your 1 at 4 donations & special, Independent Florida Alligator Must be
TYPING 335-7064
7.5.10.12 bonuses enabling you to earn up to $115a personable, good with people, detail oriented
month. Come In today! good organizational skills, aptitude 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
12 SERVICESYOU 13 HELP WANTEDAVON Alpha Plasma Centers for figures Hours Mon-Frl 8-5.
9 SW 1st St. Benefits. Send resume and cover letter
WRITE WE TYPE 375-8967 Gainesville 378-9204 stating salary requirements Advertising terminals & PC'S, buy, sell,
Business Legal Personal Reports Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. 8-20-23-13 Director P.O. Box 14257 Gainesville, Fla. trade, rent & repair. Great prices, DUALITY
Term Papers Typeset Return Etc.. Benefits Insurance. 8-20-25-13 32604. No phone calls please. Minorities CDCS 818 W Univ. 338.0378.,8-20.
G'vllla Handicapped Typing CHILDCARE: strlculate, active college are encouraged to apply. AA EOE. 25.14
3787179. Attention student for entire summer. Flexible
perfect for students M-F 5:30-:
8.20.25.12 9.30: pm phone sales' hourly wages plus schedule. NON-SMOKER. Must have Female' driver needed for elderly' woman. Intro-pkg-spsclal 169,95 all portraits b-
bonus. Friendly atmosphere. After 1 own car. Computer knowledge preferred. 2-3 times/week, errands/. appts., own w/color. 2-8x10,4-5x7,8-wallet. Call Creative
*Typing reports business 'legal A 378-3238. 5-31-6-13 pm 4hr. 335-2863. 5-29-3-13 transportation, 335-2739. 5-31.2.13 Designs for appt. Hurry) 372-4815.
resumes cassettes transcribed applications 6-12-9-14

letters notary *.tc.Available Excellent Summer Jobl Earn an easy $S- Outstanding summer opportunity. Campus BE ON T.V. many needed for commercials.
24 houft/7 days3722777./ 6-20-25-12 1 1 10/hr plus bonus with our outdoor marketIng Connection needs an ambitious UF Now hiring all ages. For casting 15 PERSONALS
team- 5-9 pm/flex/ schad. Mike student to sell ad space for the II college Info. Call ((615)) 779-7111 Ext. T235. 5-
MICRO CENTER// Typing 376-0339. Full 338-3121. 6-7-8-13 magazine. We'll provide all materials t 29-1-13 Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great
& self,f service computing. Typing starts & complete trsinlng. Call 8003425118. prlcea-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
1.50/pg Resumes $8 '* Sell service U of F CWSP Position 5.31.4.13 ASSEMBLERS NEEDED ******* Laboratory 376-5583. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 J
resumes $2.SO/hr ,15/page. Laser $00/hr Survey Work $339 WEEKLY ******. Assemble block from Ala Gen. 6-20-25-15
typeset graphics spell check theses Evening hrs. Call Vasu/Raymond/ Prudential, Financial Planners one of the products at home. ((904)) 686-3634 ext
* papers special' characters employment 392-0171. 5-29-5-13 largest providers of financial security is 4110. 5-29-1-13\ Natural Foods and Vitamins
databases mallmerge training. offering career positions In financial plan Blrkenstock Sandala.
WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 8-9- ATTENTION UF STUDENTS: For Information ning. Marketing positions available to FREE dental exam! Cash If you quil- Sunflower Health' Foods
25-12 regarding sitting for the June, '90 agresslve person with future In mind. Ify. Call 378-7049. 5-29-1-13 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
Fl. Dental Board Examination at the UF First year positions 30k and up. EDE 8-20-25-15
Typing/Word Processing.Quality dependable Dental School call 335-9058 Iv msg. 5- 3782501. 531.4.13HEARINGIVISION FOOD. FOLKS & FUNI I Join the crew at
service. Reasonable rates. Laser 31-6-13 McDonald's, part-time, full-time 1 between PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediatetest
printer. 377-8175 tll 0.00pm.: 8-20-25-12 STUDY. Need people cl.-llm'.lloP in anytime. 8-7-4- results from a reliable source .
with normal hearing and vision. Work 5- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8-
Word Processing. Typing Bkkplng A No- EARN $35This 10 hrs/week st $3.80/hr plus bonus. FRESHMEN/HEALTH/ MAJORS Live-In 20-25-15
tary. Grad school exp. Prof quality 15 Please call 392-6214 M-F between 10am- Attendant needed. Call Lisa at 378-7474
week + $110 this month new donors
yn exp. Spelling ckd. NW section. with this coupon. Study while you donateor ,noon only. 5-29-3-13\ MF85. 7101113Are NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
Dawn 332-3913. 82025.12 watch Get special student discounts on exams
videos. Free
Parking. Gainesville Great opportunity for student who loves you graduatingWe are seeking and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT-
TYPINGNear Butler Plaza. Fast, accurate Blood Plasma. Center. Est. 1989. kids. Professional' couple leeks studentfor honest,responsible, hard-working peopleto HOOD. 3770881. 8.20.25.15
238 SW 4th Ave. 378-9431. M.Th7
train for managerial positions.' Great
service. Call 3730134. 8202512.( babysitting light housekeeping part
Fri 8-5 Sat 8-2. 82025.13
salary, great benefits, and great opportu
time. Warm friendly environment near UF Permanent Hair RemovalCall
Put It In Writing. Fast accurate, reliable Make cash with our flash part time photographer $4/hr, need own car. Apply at Florida nities. Call 371-6954 If Interested. 6-7- Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
service. Masters In English will check Bookstore 1814 W. Unlv.Av. 5-31-3-13 4.13 Info about the PERMANENT removal of
position avail now. Call Flash
spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 8-9- unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307.
FotO at 373-6001. 5-29-4-13 Experienced riders to exercise, ride
24.12PlckupD.I. 82025.15
A Plus Notes We are still looking for horses. Pays expenses. Call 4723777.
Need cash? Free dental exam w/X-rays excellent students for the following' Summer 6-14-6-13
and STUDENTS GET CASH
Typing wordproc. near
Free fillings or cleaning If you qualify. C courses: BSC 2010, CHM 2041,
Dependable, quality service. For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
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chargeskid I Golfers ride strong finish to third I IAlLIGA.OR


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By MIKE SCHULTZ ment total 299 and a tie for fifth
Alligator Writer .
place."I
1984 probeHasn't The Lady Gator golf team savedits played extremely well (Satur.
best for last, shooting a tourna- day). I got in trouble, but I only
ment-low round of 297 Saturday to missed one green,"Vinieratos said.
the NCAA ever heard of beatinga finish third at the NCAA Women'sGolf "When I was getting ready to tee
dead horse? Championship on Hilton Head off at No. 17, I started thinking
Isn't the loss of Emmitt Smith enough? Island, S.C.Arizona ahead to shooting birdie, birdie,
Now this, this 'letter" of allegations, has State,which entered the but I stopped myself. I get in real
cropped up. r tournament as the nation's top- trouble if I start thinking about the

", Compared to the 100 or so charges in ranked team, won its first NCAA next hole.
1984, called by then-NCAA president John Championship with a team score of This was my first nationals, and
Toner"among the most serious infractionscases 1206. UCLA finished second with a I'm proud of what we accom
ever processed by the NCAA," boy four-day total 1222,just one stroke plished. I'm glad the team shot
scouts could do-and no doubt have done better than the Lady Gators."I such a low round today."
several of this year's alleged violations, who named
don't want to say that I'm over Hackney, was sec
including small loans and rides for playersto whelmed, because that sounds likeI ond-team All-American after the

nearby towns. I didn't think they could do it,"Lady tournament, stroked a final-round
But you had to see it coming. Like those Gators coach Mimi Ryan said. "I 73 to finish in a tie for eighth place.
hokie Friday the 13th movies, everyone knew they had a great round in "We know Florida has a reputa-
knows that when it gets too quiet, the axe them,and it came out just when we tion of performing well at the national
is just around the corner, waiting to chop needed it." championships," Hackneysaid.

someone's head off. 7 UF, which has never finished ."To come back on the last day
lower than fifth in the NCAA Championship shows that we really are one of the
Gregg Doyel ,began the final day of the top teams in the nation."
BLEACHER tournament in seventh place. But The tournament's Indiv'idualchampion
BUMIt superb final rounds by Michele had to be decided in a
Vinieratos and Lisa Hackney sudden-death playoff. Arizona's
UF PHOIO vaulted the Lady Gators past four Susan Slaughter won the title when
serves right forgetting complacent,
pleased with itself for hiring two of the UF senior Lisa Hackney earned second team All- teams and into third. see Women', page 19a
squeaky-cleanest coaches in America, America Honors.Track Vinieratos shot the day's low

Steve Spurrier and Lon Kruger. Kruger isca
nice guy and successful coach from the

heartland.short Spurrier of the next has Emmitt been hailed Smith.everything teams headed for NCAA meetBy I

Everyone forgot. Forgot that it's not as
easy as ridding the program of possible MATT FOGLESON UF men qualifiers Dion Bentley, 26-5 3/4 in lot of young shoulders and we don't have
unsavories. Forgot that even though the Alligator Writer the long jump; Earl Diamond, 13.72 in the that tradition of winning to fall back on,"said
guilty leave, the punishments linger be- 110 hurdles; Mark Everett, 45.46 in the 400- Kearney, who was named the SEC Outdoor
hind, affecting athletes and coaches who Add Mike Holloway to the list of athletes meter run and 1:45.46: in the 800; Tyrone Coach of the'Year. That's our goal now-
may not have thought a lick about comingto UF will send to Durham, N.C.,for the NCAA Kemp 45.52 in the 400; Tom Pukstys, 2733in to establish a winning tradition."
UF when the violations occurred years Outdoor Track and Field Championshipsthis the javelin throw and Russell Willitt, 197-, Both teams also will send a 1600-relay

week. 11 in the discus. team to the meet,which begins Wednesday.Anita .
ago.Some think it fair that the penalties The meet signals the end of the track Lady Gators Tasha Downing, 52.49 in the Howard, Kim Mitchell, Monifa Taylor
should follow the guilty parties, not stay season and draws the finest collegiate athletes 400; Cindy Herceg, 173-11 in the javelin and and Webster will pass the baton for the
behind and torture people like Brian in the country. Only competitors who Dorchelle Webster, 57,42 in the 400-meter()() women. Marcel Carter, Everett, Kemp and
Hogan. Think about it. Brian Hogan, basketball meet the NCAA standard in their events hurdles met NCAA standards on the Lewis Lacy will doKhe honors for the men..
player-cheerleader extraordinaire, during the regular season are invited to women's side. Webster also will compete in
standard
punished for Vernon Maxwell's and NormSloan's compete in the meet. the heptathlon. Athletes meeting a provisional
participate on a space-available basis. UF'slacy
alleged wrongdoings.Is Holloway, a pole vaulter, cleared 18 feet UF women's head coach Beverly Kearneysaid ((800)), Dan Middleman ((3,000 steeplechase
anybody else out there crying? 1/2 inch-the required height-Thursday she is looking forward to the time when ), Mike Mykytok ((10,000)) and Scott
But Maxwell, Sloan and football coach in Tallahassee at Florida State's Seminole even more of her athletes will be honored Peters ((800)) met provisional standards for
Galen Hall, three of the alleged unsavori- Twilight. with invitations.

est, are gone now, and only Maxwell is The junior vaulter from Orlando will join "There is a lot of responsibility placed on see Track, page 19
currently active in sports.

t. Maybe Maxwell,a guard for the Houston
Rockets, can be forced to travel coach Golf team squanderslead Former' UF assistant ,
heaven forbid for the next two years,
and have his basketball shoes limited to six

pair a season. finishes fourthBy named swimcoach. ", ,
Sloan, now retired near Daytona, could ':
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have his meals restricted to Burger King ?
Skip Foster assistant under UF swimming 'coach
a top
seven-under 209 for the tourna-
for the next three two for CHERYL BOSSEN
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good
years years
behavior and table ment,four shots behind Auburn's Randy Reese,was named head coach Friday. Reese stepped
manners. Alligator Writer Jimmy Green with 205. 'down on April 25 after 14 years at UF. ,: '
But it's not that simple. Listen to Spur teams
'Foster assisted two national championship ((1983 ft
"You can't The UF men's golf team gave UF senior Jeff Barlow tied for
rier "We'll hire
: just say, a coach coached
and and has
and five SEC
1984)) champion squads
f' to cheat for five years, and then we'll get up a three-shot lead in the second 15th with 214,senior Dudley Hart ,
38 dual match
All-Americans since 1981. UF posted a 63-20
round and finished fourth at the .
someone else to cheat for the next five.' tied for 21st with 215,senior Chris *,
The institution has to pay." NCAA East Regionals in Savan- Toulson tied for 65th with 222 and record in,Turner's nine yean. '
nah Saturday.The After conducting a national search.for a women's swim
on
junior Pat Bates tied for 77th with
So hit the institution where it hurts most ,
'coach earlier in the year when Reese resigned tq concentrate Jon
;
the viu orange and blue wallet. Make Gators shot a five-over-par 227.
the men's team, UF Athletic Director. Bill Amsparger had\\'t;
"UF pay back revenue earned from the 293 over the final round, finishing Hart resumed play this week ,an idea of the talent available outside'Gainesville.. But he\
NCAA basketball tournament when Max six shots behind Au
champion end after suffering a fractured rib stayed within the program'"We '>''\i
well played despite reportedly having burn. The Tigers shot a final- '
and extensive national
which forced him to miss theGators' conducted a very thorough $
signed with and taken cash from an agent. round 283 for a three-day score of search "' said. .
last three tournaments. for Randy Reese's replacement, Arnsparger :>,
But don't punish the Scott Stewarts the 848, three shots ahead of runnersup ,
,
He'shot a 68 Friday and was tied After conducting the national search, there is no question\ ,
Willie Jacksons and the Ernie Millses. Florida State and Georgia for seventh after two rounds before "in our minds that.Skip F ster.J.st:;:the'right person for theposition ;
Tech.
Maybe UF should tug on those orange his final round 75. UF coach ." ,, ,,' \
and blue heart strings. UF'senior Chris DiMarco shotan Buddy Alexander said Hart had "It Is a great honor to be chosen'as the!:new head menV,
** Send the NCAA a photo of Hogan, a tear even-par 72 to share runner-up more problems with,his ribs and ,swimming coach at the University of Florida," Foster said. J.
In his eye, pleading, "Please, please don't medalist honors with ScottMedfiVof'Miami'DiMarcd ; STAFF REPORTP
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