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I Opponents fear student. rape service changes I



I SARS to become part of Mental HealthBy UF's most active rape COAR may lose paid peer educatorsBy I

DEBBIE CENZIPER Campbell said the stigma of"men- prevention and DEBBIE CENZIPER Infirmary, COAR President Tracy
tal health" will discourage new Polcyn said. The four peer educators
Alligator Staff Writer counseling Alligator Staff Writer
rape victims from seeking help because programsface COAR now has will be fired,
UF's top rape victims' counsel- they may think people believe administrative The nationally-acclaimed, 200- she added.
ing program will be placed under they're crazy instead of changes, which member Campus Organized "Our program will be de-
the jurisdiction of the Infirmary's victimized. opposers say will Against Rape may lose a large part stroyed," Polcyn said.."I was never
Mental Heath Services July 1, a "Rape victims live in a world of weaken both of its program in the next few even asked if I thought it was a
change program officials and pa- silence," Campbell said. They'll weeks, and COAR officials say the good Idea;I was told."
tients say will give rape a stigma never respond to something under programs, downplaythe loss will dilute their entire organi- COAR has gotten money from
that's almost impossible to over- mental health because they don't severity of rape zation. both SG and the Infirmary for the
come. want to be labeled." and increase COAR's four paid peer educatorsmay last four years,but Polcyn said she
The change means that rape victims Student Sen. Ingrid Soble said incidents of sexism. be taken out of COAR's annual wants COAR to stop being used as
may not be treated by a ther- placing SARS under Mental Health budget by either student senators, a political volleyball between the
apist from the Sexual Assault Services will only further trauma- Student Body President Michael two. She said she wants COAR to
Recovery Service. Instead, new pa- tize rape victims who go for help. when they're not seeing patientsand Browne Student Body Treasurer receive money only from SG,allow-
he wants to eliminate the wait-
tients will be assigned randomly to "Going under mental health will David Stem in the next two weeksof ing it to become a student-run
mental health therapists, regard- make (a rape victim) feel like Ing Health list Services to see therapists in Mental Student Government budget group.
less of their specializations.SARS there's something wrong with by assigning more meetings. Browne agreed it's time to put a
patients to the SARS' therapists.
has been under the Infir- her," Soble said. Browne said Infirmary director stop to the confusion, but said
SARS Debbie Burke
mary for the past nine years. But SARS' three therapists will now said she fears therapist her schedule won'tbe Boyd Kellett will begin a peer edu- COAR must take responsibility as
Infirmary director Boyd Kellett have to treat mental health patients cation program if SG leaders decide a true student group and have an
free to treat victims.
said he decided to make the along with rape victims, she said. rape not to pay for COAR's unpaid adviser like all other stu-
change to increase the workload of But Soble said the therapists don't The whole reason I took this educators. Browne added he be- dent groups do. COAR now has a
SARS therapists, rewrite the job need the extra case-work because job is to treat rape victims,"Burke lieves the Infirmary may be better paid adviser, Claire Walsh, who
description of SARS program direc- they see three to five rape victims said. think this decision was not equipped to handle such a pro also serves as the Sexual Assault
tor Claire Walsh and provide a daily. And three new rape victims made professionally and not In the gram. Recovery Service program direc-
better working relationship be- come to SARS each week, espe- best interests of the students. But COAR,which began in 1982, tor."If
tween SARS therapists and the In- cially after holidays, she added. Patients shouldn't fear a stigmasee will no longer have any affiliation I they want to be a studentsee

firmary. But Kellett said SARS therapistshave SARS, page 7 with peer educators if the programis COAR page 4
But SARS coordinator Betty extra time during the day eliminated and started under the


CAMPAIGN TRAIL Calico Jack's



forced to close



pl' Zf by franchiserBy



MARGARET BERRY
Alligator Writer

Calico Jack's Oyster Bar and Seafood House,
which for eight years has been home to much of
Gainesville's college crowd, was forced to close
Thursday when sheriffs deputies confiscated every-
thing in the building. ..
kA+ O AP # n : The Alachua County Sheriff Office took every- i
thing from tables and chairs to alcohol and oyster *
forks from the restaurant on an order from Calico '
Jack's Inc., a franchise company outside Orlando.
A lawsuit filed May 30 with the 8th Circuit Court 1
shows that Carta Brothers Inc., the company that
held the franchise, owes. Calico Jack's Inc., more ,
than $116,000.

John Locke, secretary treasurer for Calico Jack's
Inc., refused to comment on the lawsuit.
Students are just beginning to realize that the
restaurant has closed, said Brette Williams, a 23-
year-old Santa Fe Community College student who
works next door at Tony and Pat's Pizza and Subs.
"All the lights are off and the parking lot is emptYand
you still see people walking up and shaking the
sP door. Williams said. -
Mike Curie,a UF civil engineering graduate, said
he'went. to the bar between. two ,and four times a
week.

"It's the only place on this end of town that we
ROSY PAGE ALLIGATOR
Former Florida Sen. and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Walkin Lawton Chiles lived up to his nickname can go to," Curie said. "So now, we have to drive
somewhere to, go out, and then we have to drive
Thursday as he drummed up'student support during his trek across campus. See story page 5.
see CJ's, page 10

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clients in a mental health program several job after-school enrichment program in area elementary
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Legal volunteer needed to offer legal advice,direction from June 18 to July 21. CREATIVE WORKSHOP
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279. Call Randy, 336-7711. and planning sessions for meeting to organize drivers I
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TUESDAY,JUNE 5.1990j!ALLIGATOR,3


ew bill may save Prairie



2000' allows state to purchase landBy 4k9
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MATTHEW SAUER Ketchel said. "We have already raised about

Alligator Writer half of the money and all of it will go toward
the defense."

Last-minute legislation has given the fight Ketchel said he hoped the Preservation

against construction of the Hunt Club another 2000, passed late Sunday by the legislature,
safety net in the form of the Preservation 2000 would allow the state to purchase the environ

bill.The mentally sensitive land. Purchasing must be
bill, the brainchild of Sen. George Kirk- approved by the governor and five cabinet

Patrick, will give the state more than $300 members."If .
million a year with which to purchase lands in
Preservation 2000 purchases the land it
danger of being developed. Money for the
will become part of the already existing Paynes
is raised .
purchases through the sale of bonds.In "
Prairie Preserve, Ketchel said. This is reallya
addition to the new legislation,opponentsof must-do piece of legislation and we're very

the construction have support from environ optimistic about the state's chances of purchasing P* .
mental groups and private citizens who plan to the land." J tr
fight the Hunt Club in court.
Ketchel said the Sierra Club would consider
The Hunt Club is a proposed apartmentcomplex -
purchasing the property if Preservation 2000
development next to Paynes Prairie. Environmental
and the legal fight fail.
groups have been concerned thatit
could damage the sensitive wetland. Boca Raton developer Martin Hackman re-

Sierra Club chairman Marc Ketchel announced portedly is asking $3.5 million.In I

Monday at the Alachua County Administration the meantime, the Sierra Club and Coali- ."i
building that the environmentalgroup tion to Save Paynes Prairie will hold a fund- .1 f

will support the legal fight with a$5,000 raising dinner at the Hometown Restaurant,

defense fund. 1218 N.Main Street,Friday at 6:30: p.m. to raise

"Well support the fight with the legal fund," money for their legal defense fund.


I Nursery meeting raises doubtsBy


DEBBIE CENZIPER fair hiring and firing practices, large teacher
turnover,unfair voting procedures and discrep-
Alligator Staff Writer t. ANN' blUUUAKU-ALLIdAiuK
ancies between the nursery's three centers Chemistry professor William M. Jones, the 1990 UF Faculty Teacher-

Parents who attended a Thursday night parents' concerns grew. Scholar award-winner, works in the chemistry lab.
meeting hoping to discover the truth about Comments such as "Thats nothing short ofa

allegations against the director of UFs only dictator," "Thaf not fair" and "We'll work

day care center left saying they want the com- within the system" flew around the room. Chemistry professoris

.
plaints investigated.At Alienation between the teachers and Loganled

a meeting called by Baby Gator nursery James Morgese, whose daughter goes to \

teacher Nonl Jones and San Juana Burns, who the nursery, to suggest compiling the complaints 'teacher of the
wrote a six-page letter to UF administrators and drafting letters to administrators, year'By

complaining about the nursery, parents said Logan and the board of directors.
they wanted the complaints reviewed by thenursery's and sciences dean.
VIVIAN HATTEM
said there be with
Morgese a problem
board of directors, chaired by Student may Alligator WriterA The committee, which consists of
the because he
nursery's management once
Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen. faculty from across campus, looks fora
went to Logan with a concern,but nothing was
UF's student services office has already set done to solve it. UF chemistry professor said he is faculty member who reflects the best
up a committee to investigate administrative ever "tickled pink" at being selected as the qualities of the teacher and scholar,
problems at the nursery including policy procedures "We went to Tom(Logan) and the place blew 1990 UF Faculty TeacherScholar."It Dickison said. ,
"
and hiring and firing practices. up, Morgese said. "It was an"unbelievablemess is the highest recognition I could The committee reviews the

Most of the 40 parents came to the meetingto and nothing was resolved. have asked to receive," said WilliamM. professor's professional summary and

see if the complaints were true because they Michelle Ott,who sends her daughter to the .Jones, a UF faculty member for 34 letters of recommendation from students

said they've never witnessed any wrongdoingsand nursery, said she has always been satisfied years. and colleagues-both from UF

the nursery seemed to be run adequately.But with the nursery's teachers, but is concernedthat The recipient of the prestigious UF and outside.

after Jones explained the complaints teachers are leaving at a rapid rate and award is chosen by the Academic Advisory Dickison said Jones' "highly re-
against director Tom Logan including racist Logan may be treating some teachers unfairly. Committee; said committee

and sexist comments, unfair treatment of certain "We should let Tom (Logan) know that we member Sheila Dickison, a liberal arts see Teacher, page 9

teachers, misappropriation of money, un- care very much about the teachers," Ott said.



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sealed off on anniversary \\Y7French Quarter


BEijING (UPI) Armed soldiers beat onlookersand been detained for Sunday's raucous protest. The Beijing NOW LEASING FOR FALL
threatened reporters late Monday at Beijing Public Security Bureau and the university foreign

University, attempting to prevent a second night of affairs office refused to answer inquiries. 2 Bedrooms starting at $35022!!! month
defiant student protests exactly one year after Chinese Bottle-tossing protests at Qinghua and People's
troops crushed the student-led democracy movement. universities prompted uniformed police to enter both Townhouses or flats Flint, Unfurn
Troops armed with AK-47 assault rifles used campuses, but students did not dare to demonstrate. 3 pools 3 laundries Ceiling fans
truncheons to beat two African students from Burundiin Qinghua students rained bottles on a procession of
the 11 p.m. incident at the south gate of the walled police on motorcycles, hitting at least one officer, Study Hall Rec Hall 2 sem leases availA

campus, where worried officials had met through the witnesses said. People's University students dropped Student Community minutes from campus &shopping
day to assess Sunday night's apparently spontaneous white paper flowers, which they said were meant to
demonstration. mourn those killed in Beijing last year. By morning, 999-1001 SW 16 Ave 378-3771
Police cordoned off the Tiananmen Square's north paper flowers blanketed the dormitory grounds.The 94.30: Weekdays
plaza and kept pedestrians away from the monumentto official news agency Xinhua took the unusual
the People's Heroes, the obelisk that became head- step of reporting the Beijing University demonstration
quarters for the student-led protests that Chinese and suggested that"many foreign students"were
troops violently ended last June 3 and 4. among the instigators.. THE MOST
Police roadblocks blanketed the city soon after In an editorial in Monday's People's Daily,the official
nightfall, blocking all routes to the university districtin Communist Party newspaper, the government acknowledged FOR 0EYEGLASS
northwest Beijing. One motorist said she was the anniversary and warned that"stabilityis .
stopped seven times during an 11-mile drive across above everything."
town and was turned away from Beijing University.One Students at Beijing University, which had been a
student said department heads visited Beijing center of the 1989 student movement, expressed DOLLARSimple
University dormitories to warn students that the"con- surprise at the apparently spontaneous outburst of
sequences would be great" if they protested again. dissent on Sunday, which defied stern official warn
There was no word on whether any students had ings. Value... EYEEXAMS ARCHER RD

Our little wooden building'helps keep cost down Just 'past sunw Plaza
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. Martinez announces running mate I on quality lasses. We don't pay man rent.
You save big money. 37 8.3 2 61
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. Bob Martinez The current lieutenant governor is Bobby Brantley, 1"cnt1 .
um. --
surprised many political observers Monday morningby who first announced his intention to run for agriculture Ask about.
naming Monroe County Sheriff Allison DeFoor as commissioner, then decided to get out of political life. $20EFFor
his running mate in the 1990 Republican campaign for The announcement by Martinez to seek another "
governor. term came as no surprise. It follows months of fundraising FREE Second Pair
DeFoor, 36, is a former prosecutor who also is a and other activities that already had been goingon.
leading environmentalist.The announcement came at President Bush and other leading Republicanshave
a Tallahassee hotel as Martinez officially kicked off already jumped on the Martinez bandwagon,
his campaign for re-election. though there are several challengers in the GOP
DeFoor and the governor left after the an- primary this year, including state Sen. Marlene Wood- n10M U46D Tb 4A/ .
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nouncement for a tour of the state, with stops plannedin son-Howard, of Bradenton, and former Gov. Claude EAT yoUR VEGETABLES /*
Jacksonville,OrlandoTampa,Miami and West Palm Kirk. MOW I GO TO 4ONNY ti
Beach. But the governor's biggest challenge comes from
Martinez said DeFoor was chosen for the lieutenant Democrat Lawton Chiles, who polls say would defeat
governor's position in part because of his strident Martinez in the general election. Already this year,
anti-drug work in the South Florida area. Monroe the Martinez campaign has been running televisionads
County includes the Florida Keys,a frequent drop area touting the governor's achievements in criminal
for incoming drug shipments. justice, the environment and social issues.


. Barry drug trial begins jury selectionWASHINGTON I .

(UPI-The drug and perjury trial members of the crime-fighting group the Guardian .l
of Mayor Marion Barry began Monday with attorneys Angels as he entered the courthouse.The .
trying to select a jury to hear charges that could sink trial began after talks between prosecutors and
Barry's political career. Barry's defense team failed to reach a plea bargain.
Barry, whose trial begins nearly five months after The Barry camp reportedly had agreed to plead guilty
he was arrested for allegedly smoking crack cocaine only to misdemeanor charges but the prosecution
during an FBI sting operation at a downtown hotel, wanted a felony conviction, which would make Barry
faces 14 counts of perjury, cocaine possession and ineligible to be mayor of Washington, where the 1
conspiracy to possess cocaine dating back six years. soaring murder rate has been linked to crack traffic.If ry:
Reporters were barred from the courtroom for the a plea agreement is not reached, Barry has said
opening proceedings, which included a statement he feels he will be acquitted by a jury of his peers."I "'4aa w4,
from Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson to the first of think the prosecutors know that in this town all w
two panels of potential jurors. it takes is one juror saying, 'I'm not going to convict Q199o So"WY'S 4iAL PIT/A4 64,INC-

Barry, who for years had denied persistent rumors Marion Barry. I don't care what you say,'" Barry said "
about his alleged drug use, was jeered by about 25 in an interview published May 30 in the Post. AlLYOUCAN EAT" SALAD,BAR/

,5ONNY1S' HA? A GREAT VARIETY OF GARDEN-FRESH
COARfrom Kellett said SG's decision will finalize where COAR VEGETABLES J, PLUS A WONDERFUL ORTMENr
page 1 ,receives its money. Of MIXED SALADS FRUIT CHEESE

Kellett said he promised Browne that he would starta CRAC.t CROUTONfIDRES4IN64i group, they have to play by the rules, Browne said. MEAL\ ANY
peer education program and would try to model it DAV OPTME WEEK. 3
In a letter to Kellett,Walsh said she would continueto after COAR's,but said he would not hire any of COAR's! GREW VE&ETABlf* AT A GREAT
be COAR adviser without pay to make sure the trained peer educators. PRIC.E.MOM WOtJI./ BE PRJD! _
program survives.

"You may be sure that I will continue as my role as "We'll pick up the work Kellett said. "It's a very .
adviser COAR even without salary if that becomes important and valuable program." (l1JJ/S.
necessary, since financial remuneration has never
But Student Sen. Ingrid Soble said what SG .
been the basis of my commitment she wrote. Walshwas or
in California and could not be reached for comment Kellett may do to COAR completely minimizes the REAL PIT BAR-B-Q
group and the horrors of rape.She said peer educatorsare
the heart of COAR and their loss would weakenthe Serving lunch and dinner 11 a.m. 9:30: p.m. (Sun..T ur.)
Browne said SG still will $22,000 for COAR'sliterature
pay and 11 a.m. 10
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guest speakers and "COAR week" even if .
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well still make COAR a student group," Browne said. lutely everything to take away from women."



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I Chiles' walk draws cheersBy I I Ex-student loses primary bid I

Chiles and his opponent for the nom
DEBBIE CENZIPER ination, Bill Nelson. By JOANNA won't know exactly how many signatures I
Alligator Staff Writer Chiles thanked the crowd for its Alligator received until Wednesday,but it's very short
Although former U.S.Sen.and cur applause and said he was glad to be goal," White said.
rent gubernatorial hopeful Lawton back where he started."I Former UF and Santa said he feels that if he would have had
Chiles was an hour late Thursday fora got a chance to learn politics at student LaMonte White money for the filing fee, it would have
volunteer and UF for a chance to run for U.S. a big difference.
rally walk through UF, Chiles said.
a crowd of more than 130 supporters Echoing his campaign promise of tives 6th Congressional system favors the people who have the
welcomed him with lasting applauseand not accepting individual donations of In order to qualify for the counties."I ,"he said.
two standing ovations. more than$100,Chiles told volunteersthat had to collect 6,127 said he could have acquired the neces-
Chiles returned to his alma mater people count in a campaign, not filing fee by noon Monday."I signatures if he had started collecting them
hoping to gain student support for the just money. He said that since he was hoping to get the earlier date.
Democratic nomination and to solicit campaigned in 1970 for a U.S. Senate after being very well I said he is looking into the possibility of
campaign volunteers. Earlier in the seat, getting people to participate in spoken with,"White said. a write-in candidate for this election.
day, Chiles and his running mate, his campaign has been more imporsee White turned in 251 also said he is considering running for a
Buddy MacKay, were delayed in Walk, page 10 County's elections office. in the Florida House of Representatives in
Tallahassee after a debate! between tures in Marion and Lake near future.






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In My Back Yard.

What do the St. Francis House and a proposed housing i

complex for the sick and needy have in common? They

both have been targets of groups of"concerned citizens"

who do not want the buildings in their neighborhoods.The .

St. Francis House provides food and shelter for

some of Gainesville's homeless population. The shelter

has been trying to relocate to provide food and beds for

more homeless people, but every attempt to relocate has Samtr

been countered by NIMBY (Not-In-My-Back-Yard) groups

that say the shelter will bring transients and thereforemore

crime to their neighborhoods.The .

planned housing project for the sick and needy is

being sponsored by many local agencies and has been en-

dorsed by the Gainesville City Commission. The complex
Bush Gorbachev
would act as a transitional house for homeless people, bat- sign agreementsThat

tered women, AIDS patients and other people working
character Gorbachev still loves to stop trafficin
their way back to self-sufficiency. a James Lowy
Washington. He even tosses a mean horseshoe, as
Both projects were planned for southeast Gainesville. last week's superpower summit revealed. But not to I
\ Residents and NIMBY groups representing that area be lost amid the golf cart rides around Camp David N THE LEFT LANE

argue their neighborhoods already house a fair share of and speculation regarding Raisa's relationship with reunification and the Soviet Union's vise-like sanctions
Barbara versus Nancy are the historic steps President rebellious Lithuania.The .
social service facilities.Commissioner against a democracy-minded
Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev
are
two did make progress in other areas by
Rodney Long, who represents southeast taking to put the Cold War to bed and forge a new and
signing a U.S. grain export agreement, bridgingthe
Gainesville his district is home to social of and .
says every ser- era cooperation understanding.Much gap on Castro and Cuban demilitarization, Jewish
vice agency imaginable, and he wants other parts of the ado was-made about President Reagan's emigration from the Soviet Union, and cultural ex-
city to share the burden. Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) in 1988. changes.

The transitional complex already has the necessary That agreement drastically reduced short-range Bush is in a unique position to forcefully advocate
nuclear missiles in Europe,ensuring no BerlintoMoscow what future is best for America but he has
European ,
zoning to start, but Long wants the planners to hold a Moscow-to-London fireworks. STARTwas
Though been reserved, not wanting to hold up other areas of
public meeting to hear complaints and worries from
con- the first treaty to actually defuse nuclear missiles, progress to push for radical European political realign-
cerned citizens. '. it was regarded as ground-breaking more because it ments benefiting the U.S.

We believe all citizens have a right to voice their con- represented a policy about-face for the Reagan ad- Bush wants Germany to be a part of NATO,while
ministration than because of its tactical .
cerns, and we applaud Long for paying attention to his significance.Only Gorbachev, in a shaky position at home and under-
( 5 percent of total arsenals were eliminated.)
constituents. And concerned citizens have the right to standably afraid of a reunited Germany, does not want
This time around Bush and Gorbachev
have
,
the German government to have full Western support.
form NIMBY in southeast Gainesville
groups, especially agreed on one-third reductions in nuclear forces, the German should decide its
Perhaps government
where many social service facilities already exist. focusing on long-range rockets and mobile missile alignment. Gorbachev quickly forgets that his

But the ideals involved here go beyond the First units.These cuts admit to the futility of an attemptedfirst predecessors'alignment-forcing created many of hisnation's
strike, and represent two positive steps one
Amendment. People have responsibilities and duties, as present-day woes.
material
one philosophical
part,of a community and as human beings, to help fellow Gorbachev also feels he has to draw the line
First of all dollars saved in missile
citizens in need. limiting new somewhere with all this secession,and Lithuania now
production and maintaining a smaller armament will
has chalk all over its back. Though' tight-lipped,
When a long-standing, worthy project like the St. Fran- save billions for the federal treasury. non-committal Bush has finally expressed support for

cis House cannot expand to fulfill the needs of the community Secondly, the two leaders are to be commendedfor Lithuanian independence,he is not willing to backup

because of NIMBY-group protests, everyone's suggesting that a nuclear war is a no-win situation. that support by refusing to sign a grain export accord
livelihood is hurt a little. The St. Francis House is not a Surely 10,000 missiles per side is still enough to and other ancillary treaties, as urged by several con
irradiate Earth for eons, but a good-faith attempt to
gressional leaders.
toxic waste dump, although some would like to think of it
put the genie back in the bottle sends forth a mean-. Bush counters that the grain agreement is in the
as'such.. ingful message to all nations. best.interests of U.S. farmers. This isolationist approach -
Instead of pushing the project away, we suggest the In a separate treaty, the United States and Soviet compromises American ideals for immediate

NIMBY groups spend their efforts finding a suitable loca- Union agreed to take steps necessary to eliminate gains. Despite our president's partially short-sighted
tion for the home. We agree that southeast Gainesville chemical weapons from our arsenals, and to continueto approach, the best news is that regional concerns aretoday's
work towards a world-wide ban, already agreed on superpower stumbling blocks, providing the
should not have to sustain all support facilities, but
40 nations.
by most heated dialogue and replacing nuclear first strike
neither should it serve only to say "go away. The main areas over which Bush and Gorbachevare fears as banner issues of the Great Thaw.

There are enough businesses and wealthy citizens in still at odds are the conditions for German James Lowy is a second-year law student
all districts of the county and city to provide land or hous-
I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
ing for projects such as these. We hope some of them

step forward to help.alligator. Black leaders out criminals get too much press, and the most ludicrous bit of left-wing
that it to make 99
serves blacks appear lunacy that these Project
of synch on (falsely?) detrimental to the com. propagandists have rome up with
Editor press munity. Regardless of how far to date.

Lucy Chabot Editor: I am writing in response to backwards the press bends over to Blacks have succeeded in instill-
make liberalism appear creditable, exorbitant amount of collec-
David Padgett's May 29 letter to ing an
Managing Editor Opinions Editor minorities and minority sym- tive white but considering
the editor, in which he claims that guilt,
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella black criminals don't get the press pathizers should attempt to over- horrendous crime rate in inner

coverage,they deserve. come their hypocrisy and cities,as well as suburban and rural
Letters Policy inconsistency. black neighborhoods,there are obviously -
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one by-10 page). They should be
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include 1 typed name,.address and telephone About a month ago a black Padgett's statement regardingall far too few blacks In jail.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you' have any questions call woman wrote a letter to The Gainesville of these "intelligent and Dennis L. Malandro
the editorial! Off!! editor at 376-4458
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TUESDAY',JUNE. 5.1990; ,ALLIGATOR.7

PROTECT YOURSELF against AIDS: SARSfrom Even though changes may seem minimal, SARS
patient and UF chemistry senior Matthew Quinn said
/ Abstain
from intercourse or have a mutually exclusive
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page rape happens every day and SARS' program and
relationship with only one uninfected
person. therapists should not be limited.He said administrators -
/ Engage in only"safer"sexual activities of going to Mental Health Services because nothinghas are behind a generation or two and don't realize
/ Use condoms in all sexual activities changed,Kellett said.The only difference is now how is.
common
,/ Do not use drugs or alcoholthese substances can affect Walsh will report to the head of Mental Health Ser- rape
your judgement and suppress your immune system. vices instead of Kellett And SARS does much more than just counseling,
/ Stay as healthy as possible to keep your immune system said Quinn,who also works as a Campus Organized
strong. Because of questionable money expenditures, Against Rape peer educator.
Learn all you can about AIDS today.Call: Kellett said SARS and Walsh will now be held account-
NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK able to Mental Health Services.Walsh was in Califor- "SARS has given me new hope because I'm out there
F ((904))372-4370 nia Monday and could not be reached for comment. helping people and in return,it helps me."

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I William Jones Is 1990 Teacher-Scholar,

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1P Highest Honor For UF Faculty Members

-
ch Dr. William Jones, professor of chemistry r A Distinguished Service Professor at UF
has been named the 1990 University of he served as chairman of the chemistry
Florida Faculty Teacher-Scholar. WILLIAM department from 1968 until 1973. During

Selected by the University's Academic JONES the past 34)years, Jones has played an active
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services. 355. Advisory committee, based on recommen- role in University activities by servo
Tigert Hall,and paid lor at usual advertising rates to communicate
official notices and Important Information to dations from students, faculty, academic *' ChemistryProfessor ing on rhore-than 20 committees and advisory
students, (acuity and staff Call 392 0186 for Information directors and deans, the Faculty Teacher- boards in such areas as intercollegiate -
Scholar Award is given annually in Ir' i"t HonoredFor athletics, finance and budget,
recognition of excellence in teaching and Teaching, administrative searches, sponsored
distinction in scholarship. The award is Scholarship research, academic personnel, graduate
Florida Players'Summer the highest honor bestowed upon a UF studies, library facilities, purchasing and
faculty member and is a recognition of the university gifts. He currently serves on the
Repertory qualities most valued by the University."We lit Title IX Committee for Intercollegiate
are glad to have the\ opportunity to Athletics, the University Purchasing and
Opens With ComedyThe honor professors of this caliber:) UF Presi- taught chemistry at the University of Personnel Task Force and the University
dent John Lombardi! said. "Such excel- Southern California. Gifts Committee.

UF Department of Theatre's Florida lence and dedication in teaching illustratea Jones received his Ph.D. in chemistry in Jones is a member of the national Com

Players opens its summer repertoryseason commitment to the University and its 1955 from the University of Southern mittee on Science and an associate for the
tonight at 8:15: p.m. with a performance students." California, a master's in chemistry in 1953 American Chemical Society's Committeeon
of Paul Zindel's dark comedy Jones came to the University of Floridain from the University of Georgia and a Professional also coordinator
"And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little" on 1956 as an assistant professor in the bachelor's, also in chemistry, in 1951 from for Organic !Symposia for the
the Constans Theatre Stage Two. The Department of Chemistry. He previously Union University. Pacific Basin Congress, chair of the

play, directed by theater professor David Petroleum Research. Fund: CVoA.Af..I"'n

Shelton, continues through Thursday, UF University Of Innsbruck Sign and chair of the Pedagogical Symposia
June 7, and on June 12, with matinees at Committee for the Committee on Science.He .
2:15: p.m. June 22 and July 6. has served on the editorial boards
Cindy Lou Johnson's psychological drama Agreement For Foreign StudY. ProaramThis Chemical urnal of Organic Chemistry and
"Brilliant Traces,' directed by UF Reviews and has published over
theater professor Stephanie Dugan, is the spring UF Interim Provost Gene 100 articles and scientific works in refereed
Hemp and Rainer Sprung, rector of the national and
second stage Two summer production. It international journals.
of Innsbruck Friend-
opens at 8:15: p.m. Friday, June 8, and University signed a 4
continues June 9, 11, and 18, with matinees ship Treaty, a symbolic recognition of the i

at 2:15: p.m. on June 15 and July 5. long-standing relationship between the 1990-91 Campus
two universities. The agreement also was
William Shakespeare's comedy "Mid
approved by the Austrian government,
summer Night's Dream" Thurs
day, June 14, on the Constans opens Theatre which normally only allows each institu- Directory ChangesDue
tion have formal
to a with
Main Stage. Directed by theater professor agreement
universities. UF will be the
Sandra Langsner and set V. post-modern seven foreign By July 3
eighth institution with which Innsbruckhas
sculpture garden scenery,;"Midsummer"continues
:
15 16 20 an agreement.This M'P The 1990-91 campus telephone direc-
June 22 and July 5
through 7."Darkside. is the 12th year that UF has been tory is being updated, and all depart-
alumnus formally affiliated with the University of ments have been asked to send directory
a new play by UF
Ken New Orleans-Innsbruck International additions or corrections by July 3 to the
Jones, opens on Stage Two June 19.
Directed by theater prpfessor James Summer School. Over the years, nearly appropriate offices listed b low.
600 Florida students and a number of Departmental representatives should
Wren, the drama about a mission to the
moon continues June 20, 21, 23 and July faculty have participated in the popular J carefully review listings in both the blue
2 and 3.Schedules. program.Last I and white sections of the directory and
and tickets-$6.50 for Main year UF and the University of Inns- l report changes to the appropriate office.

Stage, $5.50 for Stage Two and free for UF bruck formalized a year-long exchange of UF Interim Provost Gene Hemp(left)and Each person responding is asked to include
students-are available weekdays at Uni- students and faculty. As a result, Andrea University of Innsbruck Rektor Rainer his or her name and telephone
Dlaska from Innsbruck is attending UF as number. Deans, department chairs and
versity Box Office, from 9:30: a.m. to Sprung sign Friendship Treaty.
3:30: p.m. during summer.CAMP.US a graduate student in English, and Brian directors have already received memoranda
Carson, a UF graduate student in German The exchange program is coordinatedby requesting updated information in the
and Slavic Studies, is in Innsbruck. Infor- the College of liberal Arts and Sciences following areas:
THIS/NEXT/ mal exchange of faculty between the two under the direction of history professor BLUE INTRODUCTION PAGES AND

P S WEEK universities has been ongoing. Julian Pleasants. OFFICE DIRECTORY-Check all listings
under which the department might be in-t

Construction Projects At Libraries eluded. For example, the Center for Real'
Estate might be found under "Center,"

East And West Will "Business Administration, College of"
V Improve ServiceThis and "Real Estate." Make any changes or
WEDNESDAY
additions and send to Cindy McMillen,
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES informal summers relocation of books in erials, in addition to the general social 141 Stadium West.COURTESY .
discussion on recent elections in the University Libraries will result in in- science and humanities collections. Library LISTINGS IN WHITE

Dominican Republic, led by Frank, oya- creased shelving in Library West and a East will house the special and research PAGES-This section includes retired

Pons, UF visiting professor of Caribbean. more straightforward arrangement of collections (Archives, Baldwin Belknap, faculty members and other university-
books in Libraries East and West in the Florida History, Rare Books, Judaica and
history, noon, 376 Grinter Hall. related persons who are not currentlystate
THURSDAY fall. However library users may be in- Latin American) and the tape library. funded. This information should(
convenienced during the moving and In the meantime, paging services
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NeXT COMPUTER EXPERT hand to renovation .
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demonstrate new systems, 10 a.m. to have been moved to another location in will remain limited, but some new areas (white and
5 p.m., CIRCA Demo Room, E520 Com- Library East or to another campus library. will be created.Advance Records pages-COntact) Processing
in Personnel Division 392-1204,
Sciences and LUIS Users Information ,
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West. This includes
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Each than mile of additional
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CONTINUING"VANISHING shelving is needed at UF to house new today through Friday in the basement of address changes Office
form at the
FLORIDA," an exhibitof books and journals acquired for the Tigert Hall. Registrar's Office personneland change Registrar's
more than 30 fiber art works by Tam- humanities and social sciences alone. counselors will be on hand to assist 34 Tigert Hall, as soon as possible.
pa Bay Fiber Artists' League members, When the moving and construction proj- students with registration. Questions regarding office directory information

featuring Florida's endangered plants and ects are completed, Library West will house Students with questions about advance or courtesy listings, or questions
about the in general,
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TUESDAY,JUNE 5,_19010,ALLIGATOR,!, 1..

TEACHERfrom in the chemistry department," Zoltewiczsaid. the University of Georgia in 1953 and his "He is very dedicated to his students," .
3 doctorate from the University of Southern Trace said."Forus,as his graduate students, /
page
Jones was chosen as a finalist for the California in 1955,where he began his teach his policy has always been, 'come see me
garded research and dedication to undergraduate Teacher of the Year award in 1981 and won ing career before coming to UF. anytime.' "
teaching" were key factors in his Department Teacher of the Year in 1985. In addition to teaching,Jones has servedon "He cares about us as persons,not just as
selection. In 1989, he received Blue Key's Distinguished several UF committees and has remained students," said Tanja Omrcen-Vondracek, a
Jones, nominated by chemistry department Faculty Award and recently was active in research,publishing more than 100 graduate student from Yugoslavia.She .
Chairman Mike Zerner, consistentlyhas promoted to Distinguished Service Professor articles in science journals. said many graduate students from
received good student evaluations, said of Chemistry. "He's unusual because he's so excited foreign countries miss their parents, but it
John A.Zoltewicz,head of the organic chem- Jones is respected and well-liked by students about what he's doing that it's contagious," helps knowing that Jones is always there for
istry division and a colleague of Jones'at UF ,Cannon said. She said students cometo said Rhonda Trace, a graduate student who them.In.
for 27 years. see him often, and he helps. has been a member of Jones'research group addition to recognition,Jones receivedan
"He certainly is one of the best teachers Jones received his master's degree from for more than five years. honorarium.

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from page 1 March, April or May 1990. Calico foreclose on the property and liquor director Randy Shanafelt-
Jack's Inc. elected to make the licenses. The property is tant than receiving corporate do- who leads "Students for Chiles"
home, which is always an adven. nations."If voiced their support for Chiles.
Cartas pay the note's full balance, worth about $60,000, according to
ture. $116,435, immediately. the lawsuit.If we can sign up one million After the speeches, Chiles and
The Gainesville CJ's,founded in Steven and John Carta could not the value of the materials and people I don't care how much MacKay walked through UF, followed
1982,is the chain's first restaurant. be reached for comment Monday.The property seized isn't enough to money we'll raise because the by supporters holding
When Steven and John Carta sheriffs office will hold the cover the debt, the company is race is over,"Chiles said."Peopleare signs such as "Hispanics for
bought the CJ's franchise from the equipment until Thursday, givingthe asking that the Cartas be forced to participating." Chiles" and" "Graduate Studentsfor
corporation in December 1986, Cartas a chance to repay the pay the remainder, said Richard Before Chiles' speech at the Chiles.
they signed a$147,270 promissorynote debt. If they don't, the materials Lee Barrett, attorney for Calico Reitz Union, Student Body President The walk ended in Shands
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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND







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........ ,..,.oW .'" FOR RENT: UNFURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN. ROOMMATESRmmtneeded

'a Classifications o How Lg 2bdrl1/ ba ac Ian
to place a In The Pines apt laundry, ceiling to share 2bd/lba S130ftno
$325/mo. w/new carpet $340, avail now t
'. .. ;:"... classified ad: Spacious 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 375-7986 8-7- + 1/2/ Ulll. Ask (for Jim 3354644. 6.7.4.5
Apartment & Townhouses
...1. ; For Pent' Furnished Convenient UF/Shands/ Looking lor a fernnon smoker who It
2' '; For UnfurnIshed In Person: 2 pools, tennis crt, weight room, MOBILE HOMES: quiet ind very studious lor (all and spring
Cash, check, MC or VISA. sauna, 2 laundry rooms In Rocky Point. 2 bed 2 bath; balcony,
3 Mob lie Homes Ask about 3 bdr specials $400 off 3 FOR RENT/SALE entire pond view, no petal. Call loon;
The
Alligator Office 373-3371 Lamie 335-7449 220.00 a month. 6-7-4-5
For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave.
205 SE 1 11th Av. e/Rent-to-own, 2bdr/1 1/2/ ba, fenced,
4 Sublease House/Apt./ M-F 8am-4pm 1/2 mile east of Main St newly painted central air, pets ok, OXFORD MANOR NS/F wanted summer
Main Bookstore M.F 11.8. Sat 10-5 Sun 12-4 Windmeadows, 371.9145 or 3738549. 6- B (urn.own room/bath washer-dryer negotiable -
5 Roommates rent + 1/2 utilities. Call 3737504.
Hub Customer Service Desk
6 : For Sate" ?'":*:: M-F8am-4:30pm: Villager 1 story; West no noisy: Quiet neighbors 1 bd on abovel cul-de-sac 800, SUBLEASE: 6-7-4-5 .

NW 18 Ave Take 9 St. N. from Ave Need rmmt NOW. In Spyglass, wash/dry/ ,
7 : J Real' Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's Office ( 18 )
: 4 Call and
M.F 9.m.9pm 371-7777. 6-14-5-2 HOUSE/APT. own bed/bath/ 224 mo + deposit.

8 :Motorcycles r Sat & Sun Closed leave message 335-5742, 6-5-3-5
Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth, just 3 blks N of Summer B option for Fall: own bedroom
:> 9 Autos -; Medical Bookstore, ShandsM UF, very, very nice. 414 NW 14 St College In nice house In NW area. Wood M/F/ n/a/ own room In 3bdr/2ba house,
NT-Wanted/1E F, 8 am 4.30 pm. Park Properties 371.7777. 6-145- floors, callIng fane, huge yard, 10 mln $150/mo + 1/3 util, (all option, 338-1858.
walk to UP. $156 + 1/4 util. Call 378- 6-7-4-5
t Services By Mall: THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane: 8894.
Use forms appearing weeklyin See UF from private balcony, newly renovated Roommate wanted 2 BR 2 1/2 Bath,
12 :,Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by 1 bdrm'a 207 NW 17th SI 371.7777 Sublet a room, Wind meadow I Apt. Summer washer-dryer, fans, 200 per month and

:13 .)1 Wanted mad MC VISA, or checks only. Bill July 31, $200 mo + 1/4 util. call deposit. Nonsmoker No pets. 335-3889.
Help
", Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance 336-0397. 6-12-6-4 6-14-5-5
:14 ;/ Business) Personals By Phone 373-FIND: to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher
cent air. Office 411 NW 15th St F poatbac student seeks rmmt lor FALL.
Payment by VISA or Mastercard : Sublet rm, summer B. 135 mo a 1/4 util.
I 15 ONLY. Five dollar minimum. 3717777. 6-14-5-2 Huge 4 bd/2/ ba furn. hse. A/C, wash/dry, Will relocate. Prefer' clean NS. 375-

'. M F 8 30 4 5.7 min. bike to UF. 3767768. 6-5-4-4 8858. 6-7-35
16 : pm. Available now, SW: 2bdr apt porch, ceiling
-t7 Notice* f f fans, dishwasher, cent H/A, near bus, Sublease avail. May-Aug. Towne Pare Need fm. rmmt. to share 2 bdr./l 1/2 bath
i jf: o How to correct $375 Including water 373.0701. 6-19- apta. Fully furn. 4 bdrs. avail. Only $150 after 7/1/90.:' $250/m. + 1/2 util., ph.?
18 Rides + utll or $350 for all. Call 336-4705 and cable Pets ok, I have a dog Call 338-
cancel your ad: Wmdmeadowi Apts., 2 bdr/2 ba. $490/mo Iv. mess. Avail Immed. 6-5-3-4 6522. 6-7-3-5 \\
19 :: Pets : + dep, avail. Aug 1, 336-7852 Iv. mes

20 Lost & ., Cancellations sage. 6-14-8-2 OXFORD MANOR FREE May Rentlll!! F NS for own rm In 2 bdr/1 ba hit 1/2 blk
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. Name Price! Own rm & bth. Call Wendy form UF. $172 + 1/2 Sum B-Jul'91 Fun
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: :: <::: : :: < :;' ( >: Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8. 4 pm A clean 2br Id.allor couples/serious stu 336-0930. 6-5-3-4 neighborhood! Jr/sr, pref 3710190. 8-7-
No refunds can be given. dents.. $290/mo Incl water t garbage 3-5

4013 NW 12th Terr. Apt. 6. Call 378-7458 SUBLET 2bd/1 ba apt. End of June-Aug
Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors: or 376-8863 6-19-8-2 Just 2 Blocks from UF. Call 336-7891 Cool, liberal f/m for own room In house 2 s
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs 6-7-4-4 blocks to ul. $170/mo i 1/3 util., should
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before MODELS OPEN EVERYDAYMill like smokers, cats & music. 375.1274:

Classifieds will TWO noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY Sublease a 2bdr. 2bth. Apt. at Park Place alt: 6pm. 6-5-2-5
begin Run SW 20 Ave. 2 br from $375. Call
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY $490. per month for fall and spring. Very
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected 336-7668, 1.5 daily. spacious and modern. Call 3354806. 6- Roommates Wanted Now to split $350/mo

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day 7-2-4 duplex plus utilities. Washer/dryer Included
No refunds or credits can be given after Casablanca West, 2735 SW 35 PI. 2 43 br 332-8718. 2243 SW 70 Terr No
Union or Shands may take placing the ad. Changes called In after $475-1665. 372-8837, 1-5 daily. Sublet starting aug, large 1 bdr 4 bike pets. 6-21-7-5

THREE days to apPear.. Ads the first day will not be compensated from UF, wood floors upstairs, quiet,
run for length of time Greenwich Green & other rentals avail. $210. call 335-7776 after 5. ask lor Tripp F rmmt needed lor own room/bath lor
may any Customer error or changes: Call 371-8100. 6-5-4-2 $175 or own room share bath $150 in nice
and be cancelled at any time. NW home w'fenced yd. Avail 8/1 call 373-
Corrections must be made In person at 5 ROOMMATESRmmt
Sorry, but there can be no refunds Student only 7529 6735MARCHWOOD
The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. Studio $200 1BR $225 turn and
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. part turn. Some with all Summer B, F N/S no pets Oxford. : m/f 3bd/2ba/ wa/dry./

utilities 373-5683 8AM to 10PM. 6-7-4-2 Manor, furn., private bdr/ ba, util. incl., Poolside, long term renter preferred.
I $350 for 6 wks, Call LeAnne 813-531- $225 + 1/3 util. Call Albert 3353834. 6-
Available now, House/duplex 4 br2 bth, 8199. 6-14-10-5 7-2-5
392S SW 13th St., trees, fireplace, central
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: heat/air $650/mo./ Call 376-6183 leave Responsible n/s fern needed for own br aba OXFORD MANOR- roommate needed to
message. 6-21-5-2 In new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home, security tub for Summer B own bed/batn,
1 FURNISHEDBdr 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk sys, 'quiet area. Avail fall, rent neg. washer/dryer. Call Lisa 3737292. 6.12-
3 weeks free rent If you sublet a 2bdrlbaapt 3355240. 6-19-11-8 3-5
/ kill living rm prlvlledge. most utll. pd., to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280 w/the opt to renew for fall. Call 338-
summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, See. 1613. $260/mo. 8.7-2-2 F rmmt needed for 4 bd/2 ba turn condo OXFORD MANOR f/rmmt needed to sublet ,
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/ Info 372-22S4/ Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no call or doga. by Oaks Mall. Wash/dry/ security system. apt. for Summer B own bdr/bath. Furnished -
3714243. 8-20.25.1 Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 8-20-25- $199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL $200/mo & spilt electricity. 335-4298. 6- CALL CARRIE 375,1158.
2 Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom, Pool, Tennis, 19-10-5 6-12-3-5
Room availableMarchwood fall 4 spring Sauna, Gym and more.
nd/or/ next summer. Fully furnished, Oak Glade Apts. Near UF A VA, quiet STONE RIDGE APT. Live In the country w/ your horse, N/S/ F The Gardens! m/f lor 2bd/2/ 1/2 ba
micro, wash/dryer. $240/mo + $150 de- washer/dryer available in most units for< 3800 SW 34th St. 375.1121 rmmt. to share 3/2 on 5 acres/5 mi. west twnhie, turn pool, w/d/ near ce/uf.( s
posit. Craig 335-0145. 6-12-6-1 $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath Offer valid to qualified application only of Oaks Mall. Cent, air/heat/ riding arena, $185/mo + 1/2 util. Now-Aug 15. Michelle -
$250-$3SO, atC & Imr 372-6422. 8-20- 6-20-19-2 trails avail. July 1, $170/mo/ + 1/3 util. 3323898. 6-19-5-5
Lg. 2 BR apt. neatly furnished. No pets, 25-2 472-4624. 6-5-5-5
convienlent to UF 4 downtown. $275- BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, studious rommt.
$285 mo. 376-5957. 6-14-4-1 SPACIOUSONE l' a 2 bdr. by UF, College View Apt. 1105 eee...LOOK..*2 rms avail. In big 3 needed In FALL for large bdr. In 2bdr/iba/
BEDROOM APT. NW 3rd Ave. 3717777. 6-21-6-2 bdr houae. Jacuzzi, fncd yd study Pets apt. overlooking pond, l97/mo./ 371
Private entrance, nice br, kitchen & livingrm. ONLY $263MO.LYONS ok. $lSO-170/mo, split util 3380483 6887. 6-14-4-5
prlvlledges, most util. paid summer APT SW VILLAS Available now. large 1 BR .e>e>.e e..s>e) 6-5-5-5
$145. fall 1165/mo. 3722284. 8-20-23-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 with walk-In closet, barbeque, some utilities Serious student, own room, for turn-
20-25-2 paid $240 N/S for own room In 3br SW house w/d mer/lall, $180 + 1/2/ util.! Less than 1 ml
2 rooms for $150-$160 + 1/4 util. avail fenced yard 5 mln UF/Shanda $135 + 1/3/ form UFo Ron 373-3332/374-5768. 115
June 1, wish/dry nw home, close to UF, TUMBLING CREEK Bike to campus 'from Ulll 338-1914.. 6-5-4-5 NW 7th Terrace. 6-7-2-5
3352891. 6-7-4-1 INCREDIBLE this 1 BR balcony apartment Just painted
Efficiency Apt. cOin laundry, dishwasher, $275 "OWN ROOM" $15625/mo but neg. + F NS for July lit Share 2 bedrm SW apt
Students only Starting at $185 1/4 utilities, avail. summer and/or fall, $ 67.50 rent plus half util. < Skylight,
Studio $200 1BR $225 /turn and Starting at $23512/ B.droomMEADOWCREST PHOENIX Upstairs 2 BR apartment, dishwasher F/N/S/ call 336-3834 6-7-5-5 Washer Dryer, Call Carol 336-8242
part furn. Some with all hook-ups, mini's, carpet. $310 today. 6-14-4-5
Utilities 373-5663 8AM to 10PM. 6-7-4-1 378-3988 N/S Rmmt. wanted. Own room fully
375-3861 SUGARFOOT OAKS Incredible bargain, furn., beautiful apt. w/ pool patio & morel SUBLET Summer B Furnished Apt. own
1 bdr In a 3 bdr house, $160/mo + utll. 8.20.25.2 2 BR/1 1/2 BA, breakfast bar, dishwasher $300 Incl. rent, elec & furn. Picaddilly room 1/2 utilities $225.50 "mo.. Brandywme
375.8329. 6-12-4-1 hook-ups, some utilities paid. $325 Apts. Call Richard @ 3355584. 6-7-5-5 Apartments 374-4925. 6-19-5-5

"Check Our New Specials
3 blocks from law school nice neighbor All Amenities Available SOUTHWOOD Like new spacious 2BR/1 MILL RUN: N/S rmmt for own room M/F own room in a 4 BR house 2 blocks #
hood for serious students $180 no pets FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 1/2 BA, deck with privacy fence, hook-ups needed for Fall. Furn. with wa/dry to campus $ 45/mo + 1/5 utils. carport,
335-2832 or 3786376. 6-12-3-1 Roommates Available $400 '1215/mo 1/2 utll. Call Tim at 3355457. woodlloor fireplace. 336 0597 Iv roes

Beautiful second story Ig 1 B/R apt. quiet We're NO.1REGENCY OAKS ,KEY MANAGEMENT Envlr-conacioua M/F 4 huge rm In big sage 6-7-2-5
duckpond neighborhood sublet Jul-Dec 1920s house-, blk to UF- wood floors 2 rooms lor $150-1180 + 1/4 uti!. avail
$190/mo' 378-3232 or 3721317. 6-12-3-' 3230 SW 378-5766 Archer Road 372-3060 sun decksSum.. B on$150 + 1/4 Util. June 1 wash/dry nw home, close to UF.
1 deps. 373-9145. 6-7-4-5 335-2891. 6.7.4.5Classifieds.
COUNTRY GARDENS $175 studio $199 1 80 $299 2 BD
Need Roomale Now w/option for fall 4 blks 373-4500 SUMMER SPECIALI! Get 'em while It's Quiet n/s rmmt. wanted for furn. apt. near .
from UF 2br/l 1/2ba own room pool con- 2001.SW 16th.Street.. HOT! Walk to UFI POOL 371-0769. 6-12- law sen. (Camelot) t90/mo'', Call John .-
v.nltntloc furn $195.1 Chris 3775795. 8-20-25-2 5-2 378.8186.v... 6-14-6-5 Continued on next page.



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ROOMMATESNowl FOR SALEI MOTORCYCLES AUTOS WANTED.


2-door, am/lm/ Will pay dollars lor one answered CHM
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77 Honda Civic 5-spd.
1980 Suzuki GS550L. Low mileage.Runs
1-2 rmts wanted for own room in I HAVE TERRIFIC grades thanks to my and look great Incl. KG carrying equalizer, reliable, looks & runs good. 2046 Lab Manual. Call after 5:00: 378-

3bd house Great loc in SW area, wood great office desk $75.obo and comfy chair case & two helmets. Asking $595!), 332- $800 for quick sale, 373-3512. 6-12-4-9 7515.' 6-7-3-10'
floor, yard 150/mo + 1/3/ util no sec dep $15. Oak dresser $80 obo. Call 373- 9240. 8.5.5.8
Int. tennis player seeks same for practice
3723805. 6-14-4-5 0595. 6-5-3-6 1985 MAZDA GLC silver 2-dr hatch
GS450GA 1982 Suzuki motorcycleGreat back, only 47K miles 40 mpg, ite- 2x/wk. 3758858. 6-5-2-10'

For Sale shape- low miles reo/cass, new battery & alternator, RUNS .
6 FOR SALE 2 beds Inc. box, frame $25 obo Like newmany extras GREAT, $2200 OBO. 336-8211 leave $7.00/hr private tutor for physics labs"
305SL/3056L. Must have made an "A inthese
Desk $20 obo
$1400 Call 377-7543 6-22-7-6 message. 8.7.2.9
courses within the 'last 2 yrs
Call AI 377.2793Ieav. 6-12-
message.
5410 2 Disk
TYPESETTER- Varilyper
Needed NOW! 377-0900 6-5-1-10
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters. 5.8 Orange and Blue Insurance now covers Ford LTD '1979 perfect cond. pb, ps, pw
Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 motorcycles) Low rates, low payments, new tires. Must sell $900 please call alter
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. Desk-FREE wall unit set $10 dbl bed- safe rider discounts, fast drive-thru ser- 5pm or wkends 376-2051. 6-7-2-9 11 SERVICES
Good machine for small type shop System $100 neg. Moving Wed. May 30. Call vic.377.2277. 6-21-9-8 -
371-4983 Lv. msg 6-29-1-6 Datsun Pickup Truck 72 runs good low
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font
disks.' $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at 1988 Honda Elite 50 lor sale. Great forgetting mileage 500 obo call 336-4176. 6-14-4-9 NW Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
373-9926 for more Inlo. Must sell Hand-fed Cowures 1 dusky 1 around on campus, great cond., near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
peachfront sccessorles. tame. Hatchback 4 dr. $20, '10% disc to students.
+ Very helmet' & scooter $600. Call anytime 336- 79 Datsun 210B' wagon 3328917. 8-
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 335-2922 ask for Karen $450. 6-5-3-6 9422. 5-31-3-8 Great d.allor around town. Priced to sell 20-25-11,

brands are all at our New Location) Car $900/obo. Call now 332-5536. 6-12-3-9
SALEIII Loveseat $90 Twin bed $80. 1
Stereo Specialists' 1215 NW 13 St. 372- HONDA ELITE 80cc J1BEAD & ROSESABORTIONS
2070. 8-20-256 speed bike $60, color TV 19 in. $80, All In why walk when. you can ride? '78 Chevy Malibu Classic, a/c/ cruise, almost __
great shape call 335.9248. 6-7-4-6 ONLY $500 new tire and battery, $700, call 371.

MICRO CENTERComputers 378.1145Edllor' call MIKE 373-0732 Iv mig 6-5-3-8 6510. 6-12-3-9'
1233 NW 10th Ave.
42 Connelly trick ski. Trick rope. Medwomen's .
choice CompuAdd *" Northgate 372-1664
H P. Price same or lower than mail wetsuit 373-9589. 6-12-4-6 1986 Kawasaki KE100 Enduro, perfect for 75 BMW 5301 automatic MC/VISA/lnsurance/

order. Systems below include 1mb, 40mb campus parking, runs great, w/helmet./ orlg alloy wheels, super stereo, maintained Free Pregnancy Test
Furniture 4 sale Excellent. condition) priced to sell $3500 obo
((28ms), graphics monitor '.. $500080. 336-9557 6-19-5-8 nicely Member
couch, leather chair, coffee table, etc.
373-6968 Iv mess. 6-19-5-9'
MC 286/12-/ $1195, Packard Bell $1295 National Abortion Federation
MC 386SX $1495 Northgate 386/20 Call now leave message 3353780. 1981 Yamaha Seca 850 low miles with ,
$2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery Prices negoc 6-21-7-6: rebuilt engine. Incl. new rear tire & hel 1986 Dodge 150, S-spd, black, In good 8.20.25.11SEXUALLY

$1999. CompuAdd 810 w// 20mb & graphics met. Asking $600 Call Travis at 375- shape, $2900 462-2902. 6-12-3-9 TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
4 sale a Zenith terminal, Vax compatible 1248. 6-14-4-8
$970. 1 & 3 warranties.
monitor year Get confidential testing and treatment at
with modem $400 best offer call 335-
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Onsite warranties Panasonic. I 1180 printer. 9248. 6-7-2-6 Need to place a Classified ad? Too Lazy 10 WANTEDLocal PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0681. 8-
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$185, HP La.erJet lip $1049.
to do It? Good Newsl You can do It by

University Ave. 8.9.25.5FUTON Queen waterbed bookcase head, 6 phone If you have a MasterCard or Vlsal, Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class ** GATOR MOVING **

& FRAME drawer pedestal, sheets, $150 obo. Entertainment Call 373-FIND. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing ,1-
center, $50. 19' RCA color Jewelry 3739243. 82025.10 it.m/HIt-full. Days/Eves. Long dis.
From only $200/set./ Call Al 3733127.
7-3-12-6 TV, $100. 335-6143. 6-19-5-6 9 AUTOS Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill/ 374-4791 8-20-25-11
College night at Alley Katz. Every Wed.
CANNONDALE SR400 12 speed racing from 9p closing. $8 per student includes SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM A" lessons
Radar Detectors
Car Alarms K-40
Crimestopper bike 58cm. Greatconditon with and 1968 Volvo 122S wagon. Rebuilt engine,
pump unlimited bowling, shoes, mini-golf & a boarding woodser facilities *
Sherwood Sansul, Sony. Orion, water bottle. $350 ask for Alan 375-8869 great condition Inside and out, roof I rack. rides
hot dog or pretzel wa med. soda Don'tmiss hay parties talesWorking
Bazooka, Horn or Car Stereo. We Beat. 6-14-4-6 White wred Int. A cool classic. $900. students
All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6 3380810. 6-5-5-9 'ill 6-7-5-10 accepted. 466-3224. 375.8080.

MUST SELLII White formica bedroom furniture -
Handcrafted wooden birdleeders. Different and full size bed. Call Lisa. 373- SUZUKI SAMURAI 87, soft top. Perfect r1 ------------------,
sizes available. $5 to $15 each Free 7292. 6-12-3-6 condition. Must seal' Call: 375-0394. .-
seed with the first two sold Call J.R. 5-5-9

between 7 pm and 10 pm 3751935. 6-19- MOVINGI! Must sell full size bed, night I
4.8 stand dresser wmirror, shelves, desk w// Jeep CJ7 Laredo 80, motor 82, Black, 1 I I I I I
Hardtop, Blklnltop, $2950, Graduating
chair, lamps TV stand Call Carrie 375-
Microwavelike new, and 'five speed 1858. 6-12-3-6 student. Call Now 376-6141 Albert. 6-7- 1 f I
blender for sale $100 for the pair. (offers 5-9 c
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considered) call 377.3441 anytime. WATERBED, Queen, Semi-waveless : :
ORANGE AND BLUE INSURANCE low I
6-5-5-6 w/pedestal drawers $130 and solid rates, low payments, fast drive-thru service r I I I i 1
dresser $75. negotiate call now. 332- se habla espanol 377-2277 377- I
286 COMPUTER 5536 6-3-1-6 CARS. We care 6-12-6-9

12 mhz, 49 MB harddrlve, 5 1/4/ and-3 1 1 i I I i r I
2 sola-set, $180,2 On size waterbeds,
1/2/ floppy drives 14" VGA Microsoft color Works monitor $150/pc. .., 2 desks, $90/e. chest; $75, 1977 clean CHEVY, looks MALIBU good, 1 [ 1 I
1 yr wart, DOS 3.3, very runs great new 1 I I I I I
$45, all all
nightstand good shape $ Neg
Dos She) Only $1793. ELITE 3351300. tires stereo V-8 must see call Mike 373- I
call 335-0355, Please 'leave message. 6- 0732 Iv mag 6-5-3-9 1 I I

19.5.8 I'I I I I .
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Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest & finest VW Rabbit '81 (new tires, sunroof) $800. 'EVERY WEDNESDAY THIS SUMMER'
1
In car audio, cellular ft security. Desk-chair-bkcase (from Door Store) 1 1 I I I I
Custom installation & repairs. 336-1128. $150. Tel.. 336-8209. 6-123-6'

8.21.10.5WORD t 1 1 I ( I I I I I' St.i :1! I
GRADUATING! MUST SELLI! Queen !
ARE YOU UNDER 211
PERFECT 5.1StudentFaculty waterbed w/6 drawers. Heater and liner r 1 ioC m ; II

Price $135 included. $115' obo. 3757488. 6-7-2-6 & 1 1 I I I I I r.J: c;
Call ELITE 335-1300. 7-3-10-6 .t Head to Alley Katz ton 1I
200 Iba assorted weights and 2 9 1 I I I I I f' i
Wednesdays.
Must Sell Immediatelyplane brand new cast Iron 50 Ibs
ticket to Boston oneway $70 all In great condition lI: pm close Is S I I I I 5ta I

and 6-8-4-6 couch for $60 call nights 338.7732. $40 obo call Chris it 3726924., 6-7-2-6 College Night. S8 -ta I ..I i !..

small kiln 550 degrees max. Great for { per person Includes: of I 1 I f. I
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control fimo and copper enamel $95. 48" scan 1 1 I i :
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will design desk ft comp shelf, $80. 63"x3l unlimited bowling, itY I I I N .

demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- shell/desk/drawers combo $40. 372- shoes"mlnl-golf and a .
8-20-21-6 7520 or 377-1238' to see. 6-19-5-6 1i 1- =
sage. .t a hot dog or pretzel Z 1 I I I I I ,. .

Pair of Mustang GT seats, these seats are STAY COOL with a great airconditioner.Quiet w/a/ medium soda 1 I I I r -t .
out of an 89 and are new. Red w/adj. 20,000 BTUs. $150 OBO. Call 1 I I z r
thigh support & power Lumbar $450 obo. 3737150. 6-19-5-6 Bring a frlendl a t

Call Vince 3354548. 6-5-3-6 I I I f I I I I I


Moving, must selll Beige couch In great 7 REAL ESTATE _2 1 1 I I I I i i .
cond., desk, 2 small dressers & 2twlnhld..away
Alley Katz Alley Katz Alley Katz
beds. Call 375-2218 after Alley I I J
Duplex for ssle2 bed, 1 1/2 bath. Phoenix I.

4. 6-14-6-6 Larry, close or Nina to campus 371-8141 full or kitchens 1-800-654', call *.\'.\'JI.WILD....\' I I 1 I i I. -I I

Queen headboard waterbed, exc. cond.w/bookcase, $175 OBOe and mirror 338- 4544. 6-21-7-7 1 I I .i I I 1 1

1208. 6536LOTUS Assumable 8 1/2 %. Only $3lO/mo pal., H61Rt i 1 I I 1 I I -I I ....mcr--u se ONLY j.II
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Adorable
ft
spacious 1 br w/ loft, ceiling
,10-SPEED. gold w/blue trim, Sun- fan, sky light, laundry room, storage. & 2 1 1 Ip.Chg,
tour components, very good condition- decks, beautiful landscaping w/ lots Dog- $5 Haircut t I I I I ---- CASH _CK_ .
$120. Call Drew at 378-6008. 6-5-3-6 woods & Azalea Eve/wkend 374-4923 ,. 1 II. I" .

Sony CDX-A 10 dlskjocky dlskchanger or 3764703. 8-5-3-7 $20 Perm (Curly or Body) / .'
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holds' ,. I .CLA4PSU"IC&nONS 'f.Ct( tt'anr ,, .iD 11
10 cds $350. Also 2 Collins 10' 2b/2b In Brandywlne., Fully furnished., $18 Hi-Utes ::,

Bazokas subwollers $250. Call Vince.' Nothing down. Mortgage assumable. Immediately ,. $35 Spiral Perm I _1. For (Rent: Furnished _". services (Circle one)
335-4548. 6-8-36 __l. Fw Rent I
available. Call 372-1152, Iv : unfurnished _'t Typing Services
mssg. 6-7-3-7 ,. $18 Color I _I. Msbss Mein". Fer Rent/sale/ _'I.Help Warded ,,1 Day_".01
Motionless Waterbed $125 ebo great con I Days-.7.00 I
4.8ubleeseNeuelApt.
v dition. Call Debbie 336-0580. 6-5-3-6 By owner, 2000__ft spacious pool home, )f $3 Beards ic I _/. .ResmwasN __14."ersensle Wslnoes Pereenal$ 3 Dayl.11

Sale 1 mile to UF,nice NW area 2816 W. Univ. $40 Bleach Out _/. Far Sale. _J Connections 4 Days-11.00. I
For
Dorm Size flefridgerator' good a.
Ave. $83,000, Appi to see call 376-6183 ic I '. Real| Estate lDay -U.OI.
-
cond. Call 376-4160 365-6683 and -17. NotIoee.I. :
or .. I
leave 1'8.7 : J Walk-In Welcome _. .otoroyolta
leave message 6-8-2-6 message __1I.:Rides 'AM.niea.l. Days.
: ,I _I Autee 11. =' II.eesaebAMteaal
J Open M-Sat. 10-6 Pots ,
JVC pull-out stereo, speakers $150 obo, 8 MOTORCYCLES pm _11. 'lilted _z/. lest a feuns"OMMTERORB re'--- I
also'answering machine almost new $50. J 374-8687 I
gym EXP. SATE: / Mare '. .
Call 335-1366 Iv. mess. 6-7-36 r Cater Plaza 13th ft Univ.' i I t..sass Not,seek day
CRDlT .
One 1987 Suzuki GS450L., low miles, clean CARD.I ) I
Upgrade your home speakers nowl 6th gear overdrive.1.\ Good condition, must *> 50.O F.t.uXXUS. ....,-

"I J pair of floor-standing JBL speakers Paid see.'Asking t200.call 377-2263,Ivemestoe. ,.___------ -----..
$425. Get these for $350 firm. 335-S490-1 ." 6558"a 4 ... ...... "fwlti. -



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SERVICESCar SERVICESFAMILY TYPING SERVICES TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED

stalls? Call Mobile Auto Rescue and CHIROPRACTIC / Jl/page/ accurate, fast reliable. Graduate
Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable
Repair. Fast service, 25 yrs. exp, jumps, Serving UF since I 1977 service. Reasonable rates. Laser school approved, l 11 years exp. Mary EARN $35
tune-ups, minor repairs hra/day. 372- Most insurance accepted printer. 377-8175 00pm.: 8-20-25-12 372-0706. 67212TypingWordprocessing. This week $110 this month new donars
5325. 67-8-11 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. with this coupon. Study while you donate
Dr. Steven Schargel Word Processing. Typing, Bkkplng & Notary WordPerfect or watch videos. Free Parking. Gainesville
Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms 373-7070 Grad school exp. Prof quality 15 5.1, quality work fast results, low rates, Blood Plasma Center. Est 1969.
Stall and pasture avail 741/2 miles N or dependable, personal service. Tara 332-
Spelling ckd. NW section 238 SW 4th AV'-378.D431. M-Th 8-7
Highway Patrol 462-5127, 462-4311.I 820.22.11 Dawn 332.3913.8-20.25.12 1469. 8-20-19-12 Frl 8-5 SaI8-2. 8-20-25-13
TYPING

*SUNBELT MOVING* 12 SERVICESYOU TYPING-service.Near Call Butler 3730134.Plaza. 8202512.Fast, accurate 13 HELP WANTED Need 15 bucks.

Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies.
1 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist WRITE, WE TYPE Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable ADVERTISING CLERKDuties today?
Business Legal Personal service. Masters in English will check
Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375. Reports Include: filing, answering phones, An easy, relaxing way to pick up cash allIhat'
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 3731937. 8-9-
MOVE. 8.20.21.11Environmentally G'vlllt 2412PickupDel. monitoring paperwork flow In advertisingdept. required Is a plasma donation. We
Handicapped
Typing ., basic math skills, must be depend- pay 115 for your 1 1.t 4 donations & special'
concerned, responsible 8-20-25-12 378-7179. Typing and wordproe. near able and good with people. Working hrs: bonuses enabling you to earn up to $1 115
person available June 1st for house sit campus. Dependable, quality service. Tuea. 0-5. Wed. 12-5 Thur. 12-5. Applyin a month. Come In todayl!
ting. Runs own cleaning service Excel. Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol person at The Independent Florida Alligator Alpha Plasma Centers
ref. 375-1291 6-5-3-11 Typing reports business F129H 373-4464 751112We 1105 W. Univ. Ave. between 0 am 9 SW 1st St.
legal resumes cassettes transcribed &> 4 pm (M-F). Must be available summer Gainesville 378-0204
To Busy To Clean? Company Coming? applications letters notary *.tc. Beat Everybody's PricelllResumesLettersReports & fall. AA EOE 8-20-23-13
Call Susan's House Cleaning Service Available/ 24 hours/7 days3722777. etc.
904-335-7864 Professional And Prompt. 8-20-25-12 Alachua Word Processing AVON 375-8967 FOOD, FOLKS & FUN) Join the crew at
65-3-11 376-5485. Established since 1885 Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. McDonald's, part-time: full-time & between 'I
MICRO CENTER/ Typing 371-2425. Full Benefits Insurance. 8-20-25-13 class-time, stop in anytime; 674v

CARPET and VINYL Installation. repair & self service computing. Typing starts tiP ....RESUMES*** 13
and restretches; free estimates. No Problem 1.60/pg Resumes $6 Self service Excellent Summer Jobl I Earn an easy $5-
Carpet Service. Robert 374-5493. 6I resumes A $2.SO/hr .15/page. Laser Complete writing & development ser 10/hr plus bonus with our outdoor marketing FRESHMEN/HEALTH MAJORS Live-In
typeset graphics spell check theses vices. Resume House 371-8148. 8-9- team- 5-0 pm/flex sched. Mike Attendant needed. Call Lilt at' 378-7474
A papers A special characters employment 20-12 338-3121. 6-7-8-13 M.F,8.5. 7-10-11-13
I will do your library research for you. databases mallmerge training
((813)831-7549) PO Box 320932 Tampa Fl. WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 8-9- **ACE WORDPROCESSOR** Are you graduating? -We are seeking
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS & YOUNG
33879 7-19-12-11 25.12 Resumes, term papers, dissertations, honest, responsible, hard-working peopleto
technical. 335-7064 ADULTS. If you are 16 years or older
legal 7.5.10.12 train for managerial posltiona. Great
work part-time. Earn top $$$, no transportation
Call Jim at the salary, great benefits, and great opportu-
necessary.
nltl... Call 371-6954 Interested. 6-7-
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by 6-7-2-13
5pm.
Experienced riders to exercise, ride
horses. Pays expenses. Call 472-3777.
?/ 'I lOua Part time, sell Gator Lager Beer t-shlrts,
Bmuic J D FIRST CNAPCE I GETS tanks, & gift Items. Call collect lor catalog Classifieds.

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HELP WANTEDGET PERSONALSDear CONNECTIONSExpert LOST & FOUNDLOST LOST & FOUND


SW, Sparrow' FOUND: Sunglasses at CSE library, call
White
PAID TO TRAVEL) Barbara witness (attorney) needed In legal parakeet
to (ID 335-1796.
Cruise lines need energetic & dynamic Sorry I missed you during the week break, malpractice case against out of town attorney Nest area, reward, 3329285. 6-5-5-20 6-5-3-20
personal. 904.428.4560 ext C.1. but while I was In town I found my placefor : Write to P.O. Box 748, city 32602
6-14-6-13 the summer & fall. Frederick Gardensat 6-19-5-16 Found: set of key in the Plaza of the FOUND: Sunglasses in Turlington Area,
1130 SW 16 Ave. They even have Americas. Call Andy 373-3708. 6-5-3-20 on 5/24/ call Tommy 377-7380. 6-7-3-20
ASSEMBLERS NEEDED some reduced rates for the summer Call Tigger1: It's Coming up on a year and the
*****$339 WEEKLY**** today at 3727555. 29th is getting closer. Thank you for coming I
Assemble products at home Love you, Into my MeI'll' I always 1 be your hus
((904)) 686-3934 ext 4110. 6-5-1-13" Richard band.
7-17-16-15 All my love,
BE ON T.V. many needed for commer BEAR
Discount Europe books $15 facultystudent 6-5-1-16
cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting
info call ((615)) 779-7111 I I Ext. T-235 6-5- good lor air/hotels/museums/trans-/
,.,3 portation. Call 377-1600 Dorothy's Trvl
Professionals. 6-12-6-15 17 NOTICESParents

EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI! AS-
EMBLE PRODUCTS AT HOME CALL $ COLLEGE MONEYI Private Scholarships get ready for summer. Fun for
FOR INFORMATION. 504641.8003 I You receive a minimum ol 8 private $5 on Sunday 8p lOp. Teen nite includes
EXT/ 3115 6.51.13PainterCarpenter sources or your money refunded! unlimited bowling, shoes, mini-
Guaranteedl) COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP golf/ & a hotdog or pretzel w/ a med. soda e.
/ own tools, car, & ref LOCATORS, PO Box 1881, Joplin, MO Start June 17 at Alley Katz. 6-14-4-17
erences a must. College Park Properties. 648021881. 417-624-0362. 8-20-22-15

371.7777. 6-21-6-13 Cancun Mexicoisland of Isle Myers. 3/1 18 RIDES

Grad student condo wks 7/7-7/14 or 7/14-7/21./ 1 wk
education or business to
help write literature review on needi-as- $500. 2 wks $950, call 372-3336 or 338- $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w/ 5 yrs of
sesmert. Call 374-2298 days3730632 0004 aft 7p. 6-19-8-15 I wkly Frl's/Sun/ bus trips. Pets ok pkg
nights. 6-7-2-13 trantported. GMC trans 336-7026 ((305))
All for only $8 Every Wed. 9p-closmg at 268-3788 6.14.10.18
Alley Katz Is College Night. Unlimited
BUSINESS bowling, shoes, mini-golf & a hot dog or
pretzel wa med. soda What a deal! 19 PETSMust
14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 6.12.5-15
sell Hand-fed Conures 1 dusky 1

terminals 4 PC's, buy sell, MOVING Why rent and move yourself peachfront 4 accessories: Very tame,
trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY when I can move you for ,less? Anytime, 335-2922 ask for Karen. ,$450. 6-7-3-19
CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 820. Anywhere! Save a starving student!

25-14 3354540. 8-9-20-15 20 LOST & FOUNDFinders Advertise in alligator

Intro-pkg-special $69.95 all portraits b. SHOE SALEon
Keepers?
w/color. 2-8x10.4-5x7,8-wallet. Call Creative
Designs for appt. Hurry! 372-4815 over 100 close-out shoes featuring /If you find something you can place a
6-12-9-14 Nike Air cross-trainers & many more. FREE ad in this section. Be kind to someone L 376-4482
Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13th St. who lost what you 'found Call 373-
3727838. 6-7-4-15 FIND. _

15 PERSONALS
F intermediate tennis player would like
someone to play tennis with. Call eve
Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great
ning.377-4963. 67.315
prices-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 The Reitz Union Barber Shop featuring 10
block from Ala Gen. 8-20-25-15 of Florida's top hairstylists, wish and .. 10011 \.

wear cuts for men and women and the ,.
Natural Foods and Vitamins finest Redkin and Roffler hair care prod (
Birkenstock Sandals. ucts. Walk In or call 392-1610 for anappointment. f.:1; :: ,0// ,
Sunflower Health Foods ...'1 I j
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rf87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 614515BAHAMAS r Ii ,\, .,
8-20-25-15 : : OO} : :\ ff

PREGNANT?Don't guess. Get immediate rl
test remits from a reliable source -
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 8- Bahamas Summer Breakation Package
20-25-15 cludes: 3 nts/4/ days accommodations at
Carnival's Crystal Palace, r/t airfare, r/t
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? ground transfer' hotel' taxes $239 per \ ID rr ,
Get special student discount on exams person. Double occ. Call Breakaway '
and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. Tours 377-6369. 65.615 'U lJ.
HOOD. 377-0881. 8-20-25-15
Prlcebuster shoe sale- ladies and menl) '
Permanent Hair Removal Tennis, running, cross-training-great selection 'I' / SliMMER
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for from $29+, EZ T.nn1134 St Plaza. v
info about the PERMANENT removal of 6-12-8-15
unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307.
82025.15 Dear Kathy, I'" :
It was great to see you at ttt's Get Phys W-- SI EmflLf
STUDENTS GET CASH$ ical. That's cool that you can get one {
For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's year free membership for signing a year '
372-1226.211 I W. Univ. Ave.-next tto Central lease at The Frederick. One bedrm. V t .,
City. 8-20-25-15 starts at $300. Call 3727555. .
Sally l SRLE TAKE AN'ADDITIONAL

SAVE ON RAYBANS 7-17-16-15 '
University Opticians
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 Sale on ladies' tennis clothingshorts,
8-20-25-15 shirts, skirts 25%off! Great electionEZ 25% OFF ALL SIDEWALK
Tennis 34 St Plaza 3722257. 8-12-8-15

AUTO INSURANCEVERY M SALE ITEMS (REDUCED
LOW PRICES 16 CONNECTIONSEYE
K. Student welcome) Call today Sunshine AT THE REGISTER
Slate Ins. 371-8696. 8.2025'15GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI ) .
EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease
treatment. 28 year exp. Dr J. Beckum, JUNE 5-6 8:30-4OCrt
1800 Gun Inventory optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 3781288. : :
Over 500 handguns in stock 82025.16

Buy, Sell,Trade, Repair OA On[ [LOlHlNG OfliOR DEAR
,
Reloading Supplies 466-3340 GAY? Bl? QUESTIONING? ,
Harry Beckwlth, Gun Dealer GAY Switchboard 332-0700 hrs '
8 mi. South of G'vllle on 441 Info/Referral/Consultatlon 8-20-25-16 sAL BOOKS ART SUPPLIES
ALSO INDOOR PISTOL RANGE ,
HANDICAP FACILITIES Under 217 Nowhere to go? Head to Alley
8924.15 Katz on Wednesdays 9p-closing for College -
Night. $8 per student; unlimited
;cti HEADACHES BACKACHES bowling, shoes, mini-golf & a hot dog or
pretzel' w/a med. soda. 655.16
SPORTS INJURIESCHIROPRACTIC

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I Golfers seek first title in 17 yearsBy U.S. Japan


visit O'Dome
JEFF MORIARTY
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WINTER HAVEN By MATT FOGLESON
Its finally here. !
The four days and 72 holes the : Alligator Writer
men's golf team has been thinking,
Sets and spikes will fill the O'Connell Cen-
.
and dreaming about for have
rived. years ter Wednesday night, months before the UF
volleyball team opens its season.
The Gators hope to bring home
NCAA Division I championship for ; : The U.S. and Japanese national teams, not
first time in 17 years. They are one of t .. the Lady Gators, will take the court at 7:30:
favorites at the championship, : p.m. as part of their six-match series that
through Saturday In Tarpon Springs. started in North Carolina and will concludein
And the Gators feel they have the Atlanta.
team in the .
country."I The U.S. team, coached by Terry
feel if we play up to our ability, Liskevych, includes four competitors from,%,
can beat us,"senior Dudley Hart said." the 1988 Olympic team that took seventh
are such a good team that I don't see place in Seoul,Korea.The squad is preparingfor
we could play bad. For us to lose ,4 the 1990 Goodwill Games and World
NCAA's, somebody is going to have !> Championships."This .
beat us.Thirty."
of the best teams in the will be a very important series for us
especially Arizona State and as we prepare for the Goodwill Games,"
State- will be trying to do just that. a'f Liskevych said."We've got a mixture of youth
The latest Gol/uieek/Taylor Made and experience on the" roster and seem to be

ings have Oklahoma State at No. 1, progressing steadily.

zona State second and UF third. For I J ../' The Japanese team, a perennial power-
of the season, UF held the No. 2 spot, 1K house that has won two Olympic gold medals,
Arizona State edged ahead after UF finished fourth in Seoul in 1988.
poorly in several late-year tournaments. / :'
The match will feature a contrast In styles
UF's late-season slump can be attributed
-the U.S.roster includes eight women who
to the absence of Hart, sidelined
stand 5-feet-ll or taller, while the Japanese
a stress-fractured rib. No one, not
team compensates for a lack of height with
Hart, knows how it happened.
its quickness and emphasis on defense.
"
"We're a little bit nervous,
coach Jim Kelson said."He's going to play ALUGATOR PHOTO: The Americans include Kim Oden, the
but probably not at 100 percent." the 1990 NCAA 6-foot-3 middle blocker who was named team
The NCAA Championship will be captain in 1987;middle blocker Tee Sanders, 1
last for most of the Gators and is a 5-foot-11 outside hitter who twice was voted),
thing they feel they could have won has won five the NCAA Division I Player of the Year at the I
1988,the year UF coach Buddy eight top-ten fin- University of Hawaii; and 5-foot-ll outside
came to Gainesville. i He is a candidate for hitter Tara 'Cross, the NCAA's all-time kill '
of the Year. leader from Beach State.
Long
That year, the Gators were winning
tourney with only nine holes left to play been the most con- The U.S. team, which trains year-round in
but finished fifth after throwing four years at UF, and San Diego, recently returned from Europe
some shots on the final nine. They had this season. where it qualified for the World Champion- ,

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I SPORTSMen






I I -place fourth at NCAA meet I I Uni-dorm chatter nota



30.41 seconds.
By MATT FOGLESON
Webster also added to the idea
Alligator Writer
team's 25 points with a fourth- great
Despite nagging injuries and a place finish in the 400-meter() hur-
fallen hurdler, the UF men's dles ((56.57)). Cindy Herceg quarterback Kyle Morris'every
track team managed to take supplemented the team's speed move sparked torrents of boos and
home fourth place from the with strength, throwing the jav- catcalls from the Florida Field student
NCAA Outdoor Track and Field elin a fourth-best 1672. section during last year's sea

Meet this weekend in Durham, Wendy Frazier and Downingput son-opening 24-10loss to Ole Miss.

the remainder of the Lady All-America basketball player
N.C.The Lady Gators, meanwhile, Gators' points on the board with ty Dwayne Schintzius often was ridden
,ro. tied for eighth on the strength ofa Frazier's sixth place 5,000 harder than opposing teams over the
victory by a youthful 1,600-()() ((16:17.5): ) and Downing's sev- years at the O'Connell Center.
meter relay team. enth-place finish in the 400 And there won't be problems if

The Louisiana State University ((52.45)). athletic dormitories are abolishedand
men and women, who both For the men, UF long jumper i i W ask the players live with the rest of

won the SEC meet last month, Dion Bentley leapt 25-10 to grab r the students?
were crowned the nation's out third place, Mike Holloway Yeah, right.
door champions. UF men's head cleared 18 1/2 in the pole vaultto
coach John Webb said he wasn't take fourth place and Russell -$ Gregg Doyel

surprised at the Tigers' strong Willitt tossed the discus a sixth- c
showing. best 182-3. T UE BALLPicture

"Going into the meet, I Tyrone Kemp, Lewis Lacy and

thought they were the best Marcel Carter joined Everett on some pale little redhead
team," Webb said. the fourth-place 1,600 relay looking up at Livingston Chatmanand
Mark Everett scored big for team. demanding to know why he sat
the UF men, setting a meet record But the team ran into troublein out the second half of the 1989-90
in the 800 and helping the some areas that had producedfirst season.,

men's 1,600-meter team to a place finishes consistently Imagine a curious non-athlete pass-
fourth place finish. Everett throughout the regular season. n ing Morris in the hall and wanting to
earned his seventh and eighth Javelin thrower Tom Pukstys, know why he bet on various sporting
All-America honors, but Webb suffering from an elbow injury, I events and whether or not UF football
said the senior is capable of even took fourth place with a throw of ill-" r I games were included.
greater things in the future."I 242-8, more than 30 feet short of ,
--t'I! With the recent abundance of prob-
thought he ran very well," his American collegiate recordof n ",...J"' ..... _" .. "'9'W". ',. lems racking the UF athletic depart-
Webb said of the 1988 U.S. Olym- 2733. Earl Diamond, whose .... <
.
1-' :!o ::...;,. 'if ment the NCAA's pending rulingon
pian. "But I think he can probably season-best time of 13.69 in the ,., 'f, HI'": A. ,' JnII", .I.' 'N' ;.W.. '1;*t the fate of the football and basket-
do even better." 110 hurdles would have put him 4 V 1 '" ...: ball team heading the charts -
The women's 1600-meter() relay fourth, fell and didn't completethe ,, J, '''>J4.. 1!" ; maybe it would be in everybody'sbest

team of Kim Mitchell,Anita How race. V"., ',. /< ." WL ,,, interests not to rock the ol' boat.
ard, Dorchelle Webster and Webb said his team was prepared i,. ''w.' ; ..It", I i> .... -- : !tt I An unnecessary explosion could be
Tasha Downing gave UF's for such obstacles and sJ5 ,) Yo' "" .t.,," wr1JtJ..4"I'; stf 1'" 1.'fI.tir-;!! just around the corner,one ill-advised
women team their first-ever vic- added the caliber of the athletesat dormitory incident
ALLIGA10R Photo away.
tory at an NCAA meet with a the meet made most things UF pole vaulter Mike Holloway took fourth at the NCAA. Football coach Steve Spurrier was
school-record time of 3-minutes, uncertain. successful at Duke without separate

dorms and has said they aren't neces-

sities, but quarterback coach John
I FSU Miami SECAlligator Reeves said Spurrier would like to

may join I Swim, dive teams:- athletic move out dorm of Yon-Hall to and keep into up a with new

Staff Report Expansion would create some prob- competition.
lems, however. The conference would look high and low Which is exactly why UF should
Southeastern Conference presidents have to be divided, which could put rival- remain one of the 21 schools across
voted unanimously last week to pursue ries such as UF-Georgia in jeopardy.
the nation sporting athletic dorms.
for latest
expansion, mentioning Florida State and recruitsThe
Such a division could create an end-of- Who should tailback Willie McC-
the University of Miami as likely addi
tions. the-year championship game featuringthe : UF swimming and diving teams plucked two lendon bump into in the hall loungethe
winners of each division. The stakes
'Jt recruits from north Florida and South Africa ,' morning of the Florida State
Also mentioned as possible candidateswere could be a berth in the Sugar Bowl,or the signing
fullback Dexter McNabb or
the pair to national letters of intent game
Arkansas in the South Wednesday,
currently
championship could be the Sugar Bowl. ?
journalism major Gregg Doyel
west Conference and independentSouth Several other bowls also would competefor Jacksonville's.Giovanni Llnscheer and'Arnry
Carolina,with independents Louisville an SEC title game. Mijon'of Johannesburg, South Africa, bring the Speaking of money, er, competition -
number of UF recruits to five. it appears the SEC is going to
and Tulane outside possibilities.The .
Even if all sides do hammer out an -
be chock full of it soon with the
additions of FSU and Miami would agreement in the near future, it would !.,r',, tinscheer,"a sprinter(butterflyer, was the 1990 ,' proposed addition of FSU and Miami.
make the SEC the and wealthiest ,1 Eastern Interscholastic champion in the 100-meter
strongest probably take about five years to adjust There's like healthy shotin
conference in the nation. football schedules before any new schools : .butterfly:The Surinam, South America native foP;' ribthing a
: the bank account why
'J one reason
With money from television, bowl could compete for the SEC title. : .lows the also path of current GatorAllAmericaAnthony'Nesty SEC presidents and athletic directors
from Surinam.
"
games and the basketball SEC and NCAA "We spent a couple of days here adjust- would welcome the'Noles and'Canes
<5 tournaments split among the conference's ing our schedules to the year 2010," lou- i 'the, "We're really". pleased to have Giovanni' joining with open wallets, uh, arms. Under
members, the additions of two of the isiana State Athletic Director Joe Dean :. program, UF swim"coach' Skip Foster said. the current rules, revenue from television -
nation's most successful football programs said. "In the other sports it could be done : "Physically he's young and;compared to a lot of: ,the SEC and NCAA basketball
would increase each current SEC fairly quickly. Football is the key one." : '" athletes,he's a novice' to', swimming.: So he's going.,t tournaments, and bowl games is

school' 6".are. Expansion was a hot topic at last year'sannual :.to'get a lotbetterfiq'Mijon"'is" :J..! 'I'" shared among each of the 10SEC,
'' '
FSU, a member of the non-football spring meeting also,but had been -a' three-time:South 'African;4ivingl schools, even those not going to a
Metro Conference, might not be as eagerto shelved for further study, Wednesday's champ,including 'the !. and 3-meter tides he won'r4' bowl.

share its football program's wealth announcement was swift and surprising. three\"' weeks ago at" the 1990. South African.,. National'''t. FSU and Miami have been accumu-
*
a nearly $5 million cushion built over the ,Champijftebips.', \\ *:, 'j,j"*""tl",,
"This is the ideal time for us. We're ; lating fat New Year's Day paychecksfor
years. But the SEC's prestige could sway healthy. We're on the move," said Missis- i$\j JI found out! about'Arnry through (Ups, eighth; : the past decade or so and appearon
FSU Athletic Director Bob Goin. sippi State president Dr. Donald ]44\time:,NCAA diving champion) Megan Neyer," UFl', TV so much they should be listedin
"We haven't been extended any offers, Zacharias, chairman of the SEC executive t diving coach, Donnk Craine said."She.' saw 'him', the TV Guide as a regular Saturday
but if it would come it would take time to :committee."We're ready to move to phase '4 yi'e:'dive, and I ( afternoon series..
,,! I '
,,,look at this" Goin said. "You don't just two, look at specific institutions them ,I ,,'''' : ., : ';) Why wpuldn't the(! SEC want to get
say no to a conference as prestigious as know we're seriously interested in expansion I'lI'W.,.' ,.:"r... ',,.#fiWi',1'' ';:"..F'v ""-'''. lf A78R< .TAfIF""OIff'" .'/'''! "." .I.. "" its greedy little hands in FSU's and
the SEC. ." : Miami's pockets?


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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 157 TUESDAY, JUNE S, 1990



I Opponents fear student rape service changes I



I SARS to become part of Mental HealthBy UF's most active rape COAR may lose paid peer educatorsBy I

DEBBIE CENZIPER Campbell said the stigma of"men- prevention and DEBBIE CENZIPER Infirmary, COAR President Tracy
tal health" will discourage new Polcyn said. The four peer educa-
Alligator Staff Writer Alligator Staff Writer
rape victims from seeking help be- counseling programsface tors COAR now has will be fired,
UF's top rape victims' counsel- cause they may think people be- administrative The nationally-acclaimed, 200- she added.
ing program will be placed under lieve they're crazy instead of changes, which member Campus Organized "Our program will be de-
the jurisdiction of the Infirmary's victimized. opposers say will Against Rape may lose a large part stroyed," Polcyn said.."I was never
Mental Heath Services July 1, a "Rape victims live in a world of weaken both of its program in the next few even asked if I thought it was a
change program officials and pa- silence," Campbell said. They'll weeks, and COAR officials say the good Idea A I was told."
tients say will give rape a stigma never respond to something under programs, downplaythe loss will dilute their entire organi- COAR has gotten money from
that's almost impossible to over- mental health because they don't severity of rape zation. both SG and the Infirmary for the
come. want to be labeled." and increase COAR's four paid peer educators last four years,but Polcyn said she
The change means that rape vic- Student Sen. Ingrid Soble said incidents of sexism. may be taken out of COAR's annual wants COAR to stop being used as
tims may not be treated by a ther- placing SARS under Mental Health budget by either student senators, a political volleyball between the
apist from the Sexual Assault Services will only further trauma- Student Body President Michael two. She said she wants COAR to
Recovery Service. Instead,new pa- tize rape victims who go for help. when they're not seeing patientsand Browne Student Body Treasurer receive money only from SG,allow-
tients will be assigned randomly to "Going under mental health will he wants to eliminate the wait- David Stem in the next two weeksof ing it to become a student-run
mental health therapists, regard- make (a rape victim) feel like ing list to see therapists in Mental Student Government budget group.
Health Services
less of their specializations. there's something wrong with by assigning more meetings. Browne agreed it's time to put a
to the SARS'
patients therapists.
SARS has been under the Infirmary her," Soble said. Browne said Infirmary director stop to the confusion, but said
for the past nine years. But SARS' three therapists will now SARS therapist Debbie Burke Boyd Kellett will begin a peer edu- COAR must take responsibility as
said she fears her schedule
won'tbe
Infirmary director Boyd Kellett have to treat mental health patients cation program if SG leaders de- a true student group and have an
said he decided to'make the along with rape victims, she said. free to treat rape victims. cide not to pay for COAR's unpaid adviser like all other stu-
change to increase the workload of But Soble said the therapists don't The whole reason I took this educators. Browne added he be- dent groups do. COAR now has a
SARS therapists, rewrite the job need the extra case-work because job is to treat rape victims Burke lieves the Infirmary may be better paid adviser, Claire Walsh, who
description of SARS program director they see three to five rape victims said. think this decision was not equipped to handle such a pro- also serves as the Sexual Assault
Claire Walsh and provide a daily. And three new rape victims t made professionally and not in the gram. Recovery Service program direc-

better working relationship be- come to SARS each week, espe- best interests of the students." But COAR,which began in 1982, tor.
tween SARS therapists and the In- cially after holidays, she added. Patients shouldn't fear a stigmasee will no longer have any affiliation "If they want to be a studentsee

firmary. But Kellett said SARS therapistshave with peer educators if the programis
lARS, page 7 COAR page 4
But SARS coordinator Betty extra time during the day eliminated and started under the


-CAMPAIGN TRAIL Calico Jack's



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MARGARET BERRY
Alligator Writer

Calico Jack's Oyster Bar and Seafood House,
are which for eight years has been home to much of
Gainesville's college crowd, was forced to close
Thursday when sheriffs deputies confiscated every-
thing in the building. .'
The Alachua County Sheriff Office took every-
thing from tables and chairs to alcohol and oyster
forks from the restaurant on an order from Calico '
Jack's Inc., a franchise company outside Orlando.
I
A lawsuit filed May 30 with the 8th Circuit Court
shows that Carta Brothers Inc., the company that
held the franchise, owes Calico Jack's Inc., more
than $116,000.

John Locke, secretary treasurer for Calico Jack's
Inc., refused to comment on the lawsuit.

aate Students are just beginning to realize that the
4 restaurant has closed, said Brette Williams, a 23-
year-old Santa Fe Community College student who
t works next door at Tony and Pat's Pizza and Subs.

= "All the lights are off and the parking lot is emptYand
you still see people walking up and shaking the
door. ," Williams said.
Mike Curie,a UF civil engineering graduate, said
he'went to the bar between. two and four times a
week.

"It's the only place on this end of town that we
ROSY PAGE ALLIGATOR
Former Florida Sen. and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Walkin' Lawton Chiles lived up to his nickname- can go to," Curie said. "So now, we have to drive
somewhere to, go out, and then we have to drive
Thursday as he drummed up student support during his trek across campus. See story page 5.
see CJ'., page 10

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ew bill may save Prairie



I 2000' allows state to purchase landBy

tiV
MATTHEW SAUER Ketchel said. "We have already raised about
Alligator Writer half of the money and all of it will go toward
"
the defense.

last-minute legislation has given the fight Ketchel said he hoped the Preservation

against construction of the Hunt Club another 2000, passed late Sunday< by the legislature,
safety net in the form of the Preservation 2000 would allow the state to purchase the environ-

bill.The mentally sensitive land. Purchasing must be
bill, the brainchild of Sen. George Kirk- approved by the governor and five cabinet
Patrick, will give the state more than $300 members."If .
million with which to lands in
a year purchase
Preservation 2000 purchases the land it
danger of being developed. for the
Money will become part of the already existing Paynes V
Jt4p
is raised the sale of bonds.In .
purchases through "
Prairie Preserve, Ketchel said. "This is reallya
addition to the new legislation,opponentsof must-do piece of legislation and we're very
the construction have support from environ- optimistic about the state's chances of purchasing
mental groups and private citizens who plan to the land." t
fight the Hunt Club in court.
Ketchel said the Sierra Club would consider
The Hunt Club is a proposed apartmentcomplex ifs
purchasing the property if Preservation 2000
development next to Paynes Prairie. En-
and the legal fight fail.
vironmental groups have been concerned thatit
could damage the sensitive wetland. Boca Raton developer Martin Hackman re-

Sierra Club chairman Marc Ketchel an- portedly Is asking $3.5 million.In .

nounced Monday at the Alachua County Ad- the meantime, the Sierra Club and Coali-
ministration building that the environmentalgroup tion to Save Paynes Prairie will hold a fund- Po f
will support the legal fight with a$5,000 raising dinner at the Hometown Restaurant,

defense fund. 1218 N.Main Street,Friday at 6:30: p.m.to raise
"Well support the fight with the legal fund," money for their legal defense fund.


I Nursery meeting raises doubtsBy


DEBBIE CENZIPER fair hiring and firing practices, large teacher
turnover,unfair voting procedures and discrep-
'
Alligator Staff Writer E. ANN bluuimni 1 ALLHiAiuH
ancies between the nursery's three centers Chemistry professor William M. Jones, the 1990 UF Faculty Teacher-
Parents who attended a Thursday night parents' concerns grew. Scholar award-winner works in the chemistry lab.
meeting hoping to discover the truth about Comments such as That's nothing short ofa
allegations against the director of UFs only dictator" Thafs not fair" and "We'll work

day care center left saying they want the com- within the system" flew around the room. Chemistry professor

plaints investigated.At Alienation between the teachers and Loganled

a meeting called by Baby Gator nursery James Morgese, whose daughter goes to

teacher Noni Jones and San Juana Burns,who the nursery, to suggest compiling the com- is i 'teacher of the year'By
wrote a six-page letter to UP administrators plaints and drafting letters to administrators,
complaining about the nursery, parents said Logan and the board of directors.
they wanted the complaints reviewed by the and sciences dean.
said there be with VIVIAN HATTEM
Morgese a problem
nursery's board of directors, chaired by Student may WriterA The committee, which consists of
the because he Alligator
nursery's management once
Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen. faculty from across campus, looks fora
went to with but
Logan a concern, nothing was
UF's student services office has already set done to solve it UF chemistry professor said he is faculty member who reflects the best
up a committee to investigate administrative ever "tickled pink" at being selected as the qualities of the teacher and scholar,
problems at the nursery, including policy procedures "We" went to Tom (Logan) and the place blew 1990 UF Faculty TeacherScholar."It Dickison said.

and hiring and firing practices. up, Morgese said. "It was an"unbelievablemess is the highest recognition I could The committee reviews the

Most of the 40 parents came to the meetingto and nothing was resolved. have asked to receive," said WilliamM. professor's professional summary and

see if the complaints were true because they Michelle Ott,who sends her daughter to the Jones, a UF faculty member for 34 letters of recommendation from stu-
said they've never witnessed any wrongdoingsand nursery, said she has always been satisfied years. dents and colleagues- both from UF

the nursery seemed to be run adequately.But with the nursery's teachers, but is concernedthat The recipient of the prestigious UF and outside.,

after Jones explained the complaints teachers are leaving at a rapid rate and award is chosen by the Academic Ad- Dickison said Jones' "highly re-
against director Tom Logan including racist Logan may be treating some teachers unfairly. visory Committee' said committee

and sexist comments, unfair treatment of cer- "We should let Tom (Logan) know that we member Sheila Dickison, a liberal arts see Teacher, page 9WANTED

tain teachers, misappropriation of money,'un- care very much about the teachers," Ott said.

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quarters for the student-led protests that Chinese ,and suggested that"many foreign students"were
troops violently ended last June 3 and 4. among the instigators., THE MOST
Police roadblocks blanketed the city soon after In an editorial in Monday's People's Daily,the official
nightfall, blocking all routes to the university districtin Communist Party newspaper, the government acknowledged FOR YOUR.
northwest Beijing. One motorist said she was the anniversary and warned that"stabilityis .
stopped seven times during an 11-mile drive across above everything.
town and was turned away from Beijing University.One Students at Beijing University, which had been a
student said department heads visited Beijing center of the 1989 student movement, expressed EYEGLASS DOLLARSimple
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You save big rooney. 378-3261
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. Bob Martinez The current lieutenant governor is Bobby Brantley, --( '!1 um. --
surprised many political observers Monday morningby who first announced his intention to run for agriculture Ask about.
naming Monroe County Sheriff Allison DeFoor as commissioner, then decided to get out of political life. $20 OFF or
his running mate in the 1990 Republican campaign for The announcement by Martinez to seek another
governor. term came as no surprise. It follows months of fund- FREE Second Pair
DeFoor, 36, is a former prosecutor who also is a raising and other activities that already had been goingon.
leading environmentalist.The announcement came at President Bush and other leading Republicanshave
a Tallahassee hotel as Martinez officially kicked off already jumped on the Martinez bandwagon,
his campaign for re-election. though there are several challengers in the GOP
DeFoor and the governor left after the announcement primary this year,including state Sen.Marlene Wood- MOM USED 'R0 6AY
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Jacksonville,OrlandoTampa,Miami and West Palm Kirk. < NOW I GO TO *ONNY''$;
Beach. But the governor's biggest challenge comes from
Martinez said DeFoor was chosen for the lieutenant Democrat Lawton Chiles, who polls say would defeat
governor's position in part because of his strident Martinez in the general election. Already this year,
anti-drug work in the South Florida area. Monroe the Martinez campaign has been running televisionads
County includes the Florida Keys,a frequent drop area touting the governor's achievements in criminal
for incoming drug shipments. justice, the environment and social issues.


I Barry drug trial begins jury selectionWASHINGTON I

"'
(UPI) -The drug and perjury trial members of the crime-fighting group the Guardian
of Mayor Marion Barry began Monday with attorneys Angels as he entered the courthouse.The .
trying to select a jury to hear charges that could sink trial began after talks between prosecutors and
Barry's political career. Barry's defense team failed to reach a plea bargain.
Barry, whose trial begins nearly five months after The Barry camp reportedly had agreed to plead guilty
he was arrested for allegedly smoking crack cocaine only to misdemeanor charges but the prosecution
during an FBI sting operation at a downtown hotel, wanted a felony conviction, which would make Barry
faces 14 counts of perjury, cocaine possession and ineligible to be mayor of Washington, where the
conspiracy to possess cocaine dating back six years. soaring murder rate has been linked to crack traffic.If .
Reporters were barred from the courtroom for the a plea agreement is not reached, Barry has said rowl
opening proceedings, which included a statement he feels he will be acquitted by a jury of his peers."I fill
from Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson to the first of think the prosecutors know that in this town all hill ,
WM ferny* R.awrTea IMC
two panels of potential jurors. it takes is one juror saying, 'I'm not going to convict
Barry, who for years had denied persistent rumors Marion Barry. I don't care what you say,'" Barry said *
about his alleged drug use, was jeered by about 25 in an interview published May 30 in the Post. ALLYOUCAN EAT" SALAD,BAR

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I Chiles' walk draws cheersBy I Ex-student loses primary bid I

Chiles and his opponent for the nom-
DEBBIE CENZIPER ination, Bill Nelson. By JOANNA won't know exactly how many signatures I
Alligator Staff Writer Chiles thanked the crowd for its Alligator received until Wednesday,but it's very short
Although former U.S. Sen.and cur- applause and said he was glad to be goal,"White said.
rent gubernatorial hopeful Lawton back where he started."I Former UF and Santa said he feels that if he would have had
Chiles was an hour late Thursday fora got a chance to learn politics at student LaMonte White money for the filing fee, it would have
volunteer rally and walk through UF, UF," Chiles said. for a chance to run for U.S. a big difference.
tives 6th
a crowd of more than 130 supporters Echoing his campaign promise of Congressional system favors the people who have the
welcomed him with lasting applauseand not accepting individual donations of In order to qualify for the counties."I ," he said.
two standing ovations. more than$100,Chiles told volunteersthat had to collect 6,127 said he could have acquired the neces-
Chiles returned to his alma mater people count in a campaign, not filing fee by noon Monday. signatures if he had started collecting them
hoping to gain student support for the just money.. He said that since he "I 1 was hoping to get the earlier date.
Democratic nomination and to solicit campaigned in 1970 for a U.S. Senate after being very well I said he is looking into the possibility of
campaign volunteers. Earlier in the seat, getting people to participate in spoken with,"White said. a write-in candidate for this election.
day, Chiles and his running mate, his campaign has been more imporsee White turned in 251 also said he is considering running for a
Buddy MacKay, were delayed in Walk, page 10 County's elections office. in the Florida House of Representatives in
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In My Back Yard.

What do the St. Francis House and a proposed housing

complex for the sick and needy have in common? They I

both have been targets of groups of "concerned citizens"
.
who do not want the buildings in their neighborhoods.The .

St. Francis House provides food and shelter for

some of Gainesville's homeless population. The shelter r::

has been trying to relocate to provide food and beds for r'S

more homeless people, but every attempt to relocate has amitA

been countered by NIMBY (Not-In-My-Back-Yard) groups

that say the shelter will bring transients and thereforemore

crime to their neighborhoods.The .

planned housing project for the sick and needy is

being sponsored by many local agencies and has been en-

dorsed by the Gainesville City Commission. The complex
Bush Gorbachev
would act as a transitional house for homeless people, bat- sign agreementsThat

tered women, AIDS patients and other people working
character Gorbachev still loves to stop trafficin
their way back to self sufficiency, a James Lowy
Washington. He even tosses a mean horseshoe, as
Both projects were planned for southeast Gainesville. last week's superpower summit revealed. But not to I IN

Residents and NIMBY groups representing that area be lost amid the golf cart rides around Camp David THE LEFT LANE

argue their neighborhoods already house a fair share of and speculation regarding Raisa's relationship with reunification and the:Soviet Union's vise-like sanctions

social service facilities.Commissioner Barbara versus Nancy are the historic steps President against a rebellious, democracy-minded Lithuania.
Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev
are
The two did make in other areas by
Rodney Long, who represents southeast taking to put the Cold War to bed and forge a new progress
signing a U.S. grain export agreement, and bridgingthe
Gainesville, says his district is home to every social ser- era of cooperation and understanding.Much .
gap on Castro and Cuban demilitarization, Jewish
vice agency imaginable, and he wants other parts of the ado was,made about President Reagan's emigration from the Soviet Union, and cultural ex-
city to share the burden. Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) in 1988. changes.

The transitional complex already has the necessary That agreement drastically reduced short-range Bush is in a unique position to forcefully advocate
nuclear missiles in BerlintoMoscow
Europe,ensuring what European future is best for America,but he has
zoning to start, but Long wants the planners to hold a Moscow-to-London fireworks. Though STARTwas
been reserved, not wanting to hold other areas of
public meeting to hear complaints and worries from con- the first treaty to actually defuse nuclear missiles, up
progress to push for radical European political realign-
cerned citizens. '. it was regarded as ground-breaking more because it ments benefiting the U.S.
We believe all citizens have voice their represented a policy about-face for the Reagan ad-
right to
a con- Bush wants Germany to be a part of NATO,while
than because of its
ministration tactical significance.Only .
cerns, and we applaud Long for paying attention to his Gorbachev, in a shaky position at home and under-
( 5 percent of total arsenals were eliminated.)
constituents. And concerned citizens have the right to This time around Bush and Gorbachev have standably afraid of a reunited Germany,does not want
the German to have full Western support..
government
form NIMBY in southeast Gainesville
especially
groups, agreed on one-third reductions in nuclear forces,
Perhaps the German should decide its
government
where many social service facilities already exist. focusing on long-range rockets and mobile missile alignment. Gorbachev quickly forgets that his

But the ideals involved here go beyond the First units. These cuts admit to the futility of an attemptedfirst predecessors' alignment-forcing created many of hisnation's
strike, and represent two positive steps one
Amendment. People have responsibilities and duties, as material present-day woes.
one philosophical
part, of a community and as human beings, to help fellow Gorbachev also feels he has to draw the line
First of all, dollars saved in limiting new missile
citizens in need. somewhere with all this secession,and Lithuania now
production and maintaining a smaller armament will
has chalk all over its back. Though' a tight-lipped,
When a long-standing, worthy project like the St Fran- save billions for the federal treasury. non-committal Bush has finally expressed support for

cis House cannot expand to fulfill the needs of the com Secondly, the two leaders are to be commended Lithuanian independence, he is not willing to backup

munity because of NIMBY-group protests, everyone's for suggesting that a nuclear war is a no-win situation. that support by refusing to sign a grain export accord

livelihood is hurt a little. The St. Francis House is not a Surely 10,000 missiles per side is still enough to and other ancillary treaties, as urged by several con-
irradiate Earth for eons, but a good-faith attempt to
gressional leaders.
toxic waste dump, although some would like to think of it
.
put the genie back in the bottle sends forth a mean-. Bush counters that the grain agreement is in the
as such. ingful to all nations.
message best interests of U.S. farmers. This isolationist ap-
Instead of pushing the project away, we suggest the In a separate treaty, the United States and Soviet proach compromises American ideals for immediate

NIMBY groups spend their efforts finding a suitable loca- Union agreed to take steps necessary to eliminate gains. Despite our president's partially short-sighted

tion for the home. We agree that southeast Gainesville chemical weapons from our arsenals, and to continueto approach, the best news is that regional concerns are
work towards a world-wide ban, already agreed on today's superpower stumbling blocks, providing the
should have
not to sustain all support facilities, but
40 nations.
by
most heated strike
and nuclear first
dialogue replacing
neither should it serve only to say "go away. The main areas over which Bush and Gorbachevare fears as banner issues of the Great Thaw.

There are enough businesses and wealthy citizens in still at odds are the conditions for German James Lowy is a second-year law student

all districts of the county and city to provide land or hous- LETTERS
i TO THE EDITOR I
ing for projects such as these. We hope some of them

step forward to help.alligator. Black leaders out criminals get too much press, and the most ludicrous bit of left-wing
that it serves to make blacks appear lunacy that these Project 99

of synch on (falsely?) detrimental to the com propagandists have come up with
press
Editor munity. Regardless of how far to date.

Lucy Chabot Editor: I am writing in response to backwards the press bends over to Blacks have succeeded in instill
make
liberalism
David Padgett's May 29 letter to appear creditable, ing an exorbitant amount of collec-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor the editor, in which he claims that minorities and minority sym- tive white guilt,but considering the

Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella black criminals don't get the press pathizers should attempt to over- horrendous crime rate in inner

coverage they deserve. come their hypocrisy and ''cities,as well as suburban and rural
Letters inconsistency.
Policy black neighborhoods,there are ob-
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page), They should be ,
typed double.spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone About a month ago a black Padgett's statement regardingall viously far too few blacks in jail.
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows just cause It )you have any questions call woman wrote a letter to The Gainesville of these "intelligent and Dennis L. Malandro4EG
the editorial' page editor at t 376-4458
Sun stating that black talented" black men in "cages" is



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TUESDAY,JUNE 5,1990; ,ALLIGATOR.7
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YOURSELF against AIDS: SARSfrom Even though changes may seem minimal, SARS
patient and UF chemistry senior Matthew Quinn said
/ Abstain from intercourse or have a mutually exclusive
page 1 rape happens every day and SARS' program and
relationship with only one uninfected person.
/ therapists should not be limited. He said administrators -
Engage in only"safer"sexual activities of going to Mental Health Services because nothinghas
/ are behind a generation or two and don't realize
Use condoms in all sexual activities changed,Kellett said.The only difference is now how is.
/ Do not use drugs or alcohol-these substances can affect Walsh will report to the head of Mental Health Ser common rape
your judgement and suppress your immune system. vices instead of Kellett. And SARS does much more than just counseling,
/ Stay as healthy as possible to keep your immune system said Quinn, who also works as a Campus Organized
strong. Because of questionable money expenditures, Against Rape peer educator.
Learn all you can about AIDS today.Call: Kellett said SARS and Walsh will now be held account
NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK able to Mental Health Services.Walsh was In California "SARS has given me new hope because I'm out there
f ((904))372-4370 Monday and could not be reached for comment. helping people and in return,it helps me."

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I William Jones Is 1990 Teacher-Scholar,

UNIVEProduced

Highest Honor For UF Faculty Members

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DC William Jones, professor of chemistry A Distinguished Service Professor at UF
has been named the 1990 University of he served as chairman of the chemistry
Horida Faculty Teacher-Scholar. WILLIAM department from 1968 until 1973. During
Selected by the University's Academic JONES the past 34 years, Jones has played an ac-
by UF Information and Publications Services 355 tive role in activities
Advisory committee,based on recommen- University by serv-
Tigers Hall, and paid for at usual advertising rates to communicate -
official notices and Important Information to dations from students, faculty, academic Chemistry ing on more-than 20 committees and ad-
students,faculty and staff Call 392 0186 for Information. directors and deans, the Faculty Teacher- Professor visory boards in such areas as intercollegiate -
Scholar Award is given annually in HonoredFor athletics, finance and budget,
recognition of excellence in teaching and Teaching, administrative searches, sponsored
distinction in scholarship. The award is Scholarship research, academic personnel, graduate
Players'Summer the highest honor bestowed upon a UF studies, library facilities, purchasing and
faculty member and is a recognition of the university. He currently serves on the
Repertory qualities most valued by the University."We Intercollegiate
are glad to have the opportunity to Athletics, the University Purchasing and
Opens With ComedyThe honor professors of this caliber) ," UF Presi- taught chemistry at the University of Personnel Task Force and the University
dent John Lombardi! said. "Such excel- Southern California. Gifts Committee.
UF Department of Theatre's Florida lence and dedication in teaching illustratea Jones received his Ph.D. in chemistry in Jones is a member of the national Com-
Players opens its summer repertory commitment to the University and its 1955 from the University of Southern mittee on Science and an associate for the
season tonight at 8:15: p.m. with a perfor- students." California, a master's in chemistry in 1953 American Chemical Society's Committeeon
mance of Paul Zindel's dark comedy Jones came to the University of Florida from the University of Georgia and a Professional Training. He is also coor-
"And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little" on in 1956 as an assistant professor in the bachelor's, also in chemistry, in 1951 from dinator for Organic Symposia for the
the Constans Theatre Stage Two. The Department of Chemistry. He previously Union University. Pacific Basin Congress, chair of thePetroletun
play, directed by theater professor David Research Fund Advil ory nand
Shelton, continues through Thursday, UF University Of Innsbruck Sign and chair of the Pedagogical Symposia
June 7, and on June 12, with matinees at Committee for the Committee on Science.He .
2:15: p.m. June 22 and July 6. has served on the editorial boardsof
Cindy Lou Johnson's psychological dra- Agreement For Foreign Study ProgramThis the Journal of Organic Chemistry and
ma "Brilliant Traces directed by UF Chemical Reviews and has published over
theater professor Stephanie Dugan, is the spring UF Interim Provost Gene r 100 articles and scientific works in refereed
second Stage Two summer production. It Hemp and Rainer Sprung, rector of the national and international journals.
opens at 8:15: p.m. Friday, June 8, and University of Innsbruck, signed a Friend-
continues June 9, 11, and 18, with mati- ship Treaty, a symbolic recognition of the ,1
nees at 2:15: p.m. on June 15 and July 5. long-standing relationship Between the 1990-91 Campus
William Shakespeare's comedy "Mid- two universities.The agreement also was
summer Night's Dream" Thurs- approved by the Austrian government,
day, June 14, on the Constans opens Theatre which normally only allows each institu- Directory ChangesDue
Main Directed tion to have a formal agreement 'with
Stage. by theater professor
Sandra Langsner and set,1jn post-modern seven foreign universities. UF will be the i. By July 3
institution with which
eighth Innsbruckhas
sculpture garden ,("Midsummer"continues
scenery
The 1990-91 direc-
telephone
June 15, 16, 20, 22 and July 5 an agreement.This Y'r campus
through 7."Darkside. is the 12th year that UF has been tory is being updated, and all depart-
formally affiliated with the University of ments have been asked to send directory
a new play by UF alumnus
additions corrections 3 to the
New
Orleans-Innsbruck International or by July
Ken Jones, opens on Stage Two June 19.
Summer School. Over the offices listed below.
Directed by theater prpfessor James years, nearly appropriate
Wren, the drama about a mission to the 600 Florida students and a number of Departmental representatives should
moon continues June 20, 21, 23 and July faculty have participated in the popular carefully review listings in both the blue
2 and 3.Schedules. program.Last I and white sections of the directory and
and tickets-$6.50 for Main year UF and the University of Innsbruck i report changes to the appropriate office.

Stage, $5.50 for Stage Two and free for UF formalized a year-long exchange of UF Interim Provost Gene Hemp((left)and Each person responding is asked to include -
students-are available weekdays at Uni- students and faculty. As a result, Andrea University of Innsbruck Rektor Rainer his or her name and telephone
versity Box Office, from 9:30: a.m. to Dlaska from Innsbruck Is attending UF as Sprung sign Friendship Treaty. number. Deans, department chairs and
3:30: p.m. during summer. a graduate student in English, and Brian directors have already received memoranda -
Carson, a UF graduate student in German The exchange program is coordinatedby requesting updated information in the
and Slavic Studies, is in Innsbruck. Infor- the College of Liberal Arts and Sci- following areas:
/NEXrt mal exchange of faculty between the two ences, under the direction of history professor BLUE INTRODUCTION PAGES AND
CAM WEEK universities haS been ongoing. Julian Pleasants. OFFICE DIRECTORY-Check all listings
US under which the department might be iri-t

Construction eluded. For example, the Center for Real'
At Libraries
Projects Estate might be found under "Center,"

East And West Will Improve ServiceThis and"Business"Real Estate.Administration"Make any, College changes of"or

WEDNESDAYLATIN additions and send to Cindy McMillen,
AMERICAN STUDIES informal summer's relocation of books in erials, in addition to the general social 141 Stadium West.COURTESY .
discussion on recent elections in the University Libraries will result in in- science and humanities collections. Library LISTINGS IN WHITE
Dominican Republic, led by Frank. oya- creased shelving in Library West and a East will house the special and research PAGES-This section includes retired
Pons, UF visiting professor of Caribbean more straightforward arrangement of collections (Archives, Baldwin, Belknap, faculty members and other university-
history, noon, 376 Grinter Hall. books in Libraries East and West in the Florida History Rare Books, Judaica and related persons who are not currently
THURSDAY fall. However, library users may be in- Latin American) and the tape library.In state funded. This information should
convenienced during the moving and the meantime, paging services are also be sent to Cindy McMillen, 141
NeXT COMPUTER EXPERT on hand to renovation period.At available for materials that are not accessi- Stadium West.FACULTY .
answer questions about NeXT productsand present, many books in Library East ble. Seating areas, though reconfigured, AND STAFF LISTINGS
demonstrate new 10 to have been moved to another location in will
systems a.m. remain limited, but some new areas (white pages-Contact) Processing and
5 p.m., CIRCA Demo Room, E520 Com- East or to another campus library.LUIS will be created.Advance Records in Personnel Division, 392-1204,
puter Sciences and Engineering Building. (Library Users Information Service) 429 Stadium West. This includes changesin
FRIDAY records have been updated to reflect the IFAS
the Health Science Center and
RegistrationFor
moves. A 60to 90-day construction proj-
UF INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE, listings.STUDENT.
ect, scheduled to begin in Library West in
free and open to UF students, faculty, early July will involve removing interior Fall Starts Today LISTINGS-Student listingsare
staff and no needed, provided by the Registrar's Office
spouses partner
walls and installing shelving for the Advance for
fall
registration term for
wear soft-soled shoes, lessons given, 8p.m. from information gathered during fall
humanities and
social science collections. students
, ., Norman Hall Gym.CONTINUING. attending Summer A and C registration. Students with address or
I Each year more than a mile of additional terms will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. phone number changes should fill out an
,) shelving is needed at UF to house new today through Friday in the basement of address change form at the Registrar's Office
i "VANISHING FLORIDA," an exhibit books and journals acquired for the Tigert Hall. Registrar's Office personneland 34 Hall
possible.
Tigert as soon as
,I of more than 30 fiber art works by Tampa humanities and social sciences alone. counselors will be on hand to assist Questions office directory in-
Bay Fiber Artists' League members, When the moving and construction proj- students with registration. formation regarding
featuring Florida's endangered plants and ects are completed, Library West will house Students with questions about advance tions about or the courtesy directory listings in, or general ques-,

, animals, through July, Temporary Exhibit periodicals, microforms, government registration can call the Registrar's Office, should be directed to Cindy McMillen at
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TEACHERfrom in the chemistry department," Zoltewiczsaid. the University of Georgia in 1953 and his "He Is very dedicated to his students,"
3 doctorate from the University of Southern Trace said."Far us,as his graduate students, /
page Jones was chosen as a finalist for the California in 1955,where he began his teach- his policy has always been, 'come see me
garded research and dedication to under Teacher of the Year award in 1981 and won ing career before coming to UF. anytime." "
graduate teaching" were key factors in his Department Teacher of the Year in 1985. In addition to teaching,Jones has servedon "He cares about us as persons,not just as
selection. In 1989, he received Blue Key's Distin- several UF committees and has remained students," said Tanja Omrcen-Vondracek, a
Jones, nominated by chemistry depart- guished Faculty Award and recently was active in research,publishing more than 100 graduate student from Yugoslavia.She .
ment Chairman Mike Zerner, consistentlyhas promoted to Distinguished Service Professor articles in science journals. said many graduate students from
received good student evaluations, said of Chemistry. "He's unusual because he's so excited foreign countries miss their parents, but it
John A.Zoltewicz,head of the organic chem- Jones is respected and well-liked by stu- about what he's doing that it's contagious," helps knowing that Jones is always there for
istry division and a colleague of Jones'at UF dents,Cannon said. She said students cometo said Rhonda Trace, a graduate student who them.
for 27 years. see him often, and he helps. has been a member of Jones'research group In addition to recognition,Jones receivedan
"He certainly Is one of the best teachers Jones received his master's degree from for more than five years. honorarium.

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suit, they didn't pay in January, Calico Jack's Inc. also plans to page 5 hty and Browne's education executive
from page 1 March, April or May 1990. Calico foreclose on the property and liquor director Randy Shanafelt-
Jack's Inc. elected to make the licenses. The property is tant than receiving corporate do- who leads "Students for Chiles"
home", which is always an adven- Cartas pay the note's full balance, worth about $60,000, according to nations."If voiced their support for Chiles.
ture. $116,435, immediately. the lawsuit.If we can sign up one million After the speeches, Chiles and
The Gainesville CJ's, founded in Steven and John Carta could not the value of the materials and people, I don't care how much MacKay walked through UF, fol-
1982,is the chain's first restaurant. be reached for comment Monday. property seized isn't enough to money we'll raise because the lowed by supporters holding
When Steven and John Carta The sheriffs office will hold the cover the debt, the company is race is over,"Chiles said."Peopleare signs such as "Hispanics for
bought the CJ's franchise from the equipment until Thursday, givingthe asking that the Cartas be forced to participating." Chiles" and "Graduate Studentsfor
corporation in December 1986, Cartas a chance to repay the pay the remainder, said Richard Before Chiles' speech at the Chiles."
they signed a$147,270 promissorynote debt. If they don't, the materials Lee Barrett, attorney for Calico Reitz Union, Student Body Presi- The walk ended in Shands
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II Classifications D How to place a In The Pines Lg 2bdr/lba apt ac, laundry ceiling Ian,, Rmmt needed to than 2bdlt ba. l30/hio
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10 :Wanted ; *t F, 8 am 4,30 pm Park Properties 371.7777. 6-145- floors, ceiling lane, huge yard, 10 mln 1150/mo a 1/3 util, fall option 3381858.
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'13 Help Wanted ; mail. MC. VISA or checks only. B til July 31, $200 mo + 1/4 util. call deposit. Nonsmoker No pets. 3353889.
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14 : Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave Dishwasher
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Call 373.FIND with any corrections before MODELS OPEN EVERYDAYMill like smokers, cats 4 music./: 375.1274:

Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY Sublease I 2bdr. 2bth. Apt at Park Place aft: 6pm. 6-5-2-5 '-
Run SW 20 Ave. 2 br from $375. Call
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY $490. per month for fall and spring Very
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected 338-7868.1.5 daily. spacious and modern. Call 335-4806. 6- Roommates Wanted Now to split $3SO/mo

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. 7-2-4 duplex plus 'utilities. Washer/dryer In-
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may run for any length of time Greenwich Green 4 other rentals avail. $210. call 335-7776 after S. ask (for Tripp. F rmmt needed for own room/bath lor
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and be cancelled at any time. NW home w'fenced yd. Avail. 8/1/ call 373-
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The Alligator office BEFORE NOON
Studio $200 1BR $225 (turn and
funds for cancelled ads. There will be e $2.00 correction fee. part furn. Some with all Rmmt Summer B, F N/S/ no pets, Oxford m/f 3bd/2ba. wa/dry.

utilities 373-5663 SAM 10 10PM. 6-7-4-2 Manor furn., private bdr/ ba, util. Incl., Poolslde, long term renter preferred.
$350 for 6 wks. Call LeAnne 813-531- $225 + 1/3 util. Call Albert 335-3834. 6-
Available now House/duplex/ 4 br/ 2 bth, 8199. 6-14-10-5_ 7.2.5
3928 SW 13th St., trees, fireplace, central
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: heat/air 650mo. Call 376-6183 leave Responsible n/s fern needed lor own br abe OXFORD MANOR- roommate needed to
message. 6-21-5-2 In new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home, security sub for Summer B own bed/bath,
1 FURNISHED 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk eye, quiet area. Avail fall, rent neg. washer/dryer Call Lisa 3737292. 8-12-
3 weeks free rent If you sublet a 2bdr/1 ba 3355240. 8.19.11.5 3.5
Bdrkit/ living rm prlvlledge, most utll. pd., to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-1280, apt w/the opt to renew for fall. Call 336-
summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo./ 4 bdr apt. 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 1613. $260/mo. 6-7-2-2 F rmmt needed for 4 bd/2 ba (turn condo OXFORD MANOR l/rmml needed to sublet ,
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/ Info 372.2284// Plus LMR. Pool laundry no cats or dogs. by Oaks Mall. Wash/dry security system. apt. for Summer B own bdr/baih. Furnished
3714243. 8-20-25-1 Santa Fe Trace Apia. 378-1190. 8-20-25- $199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL $200/mo & split electricity. 3354298. 6- CALL CARRIE 375-1858
2 Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom. Pool Tennis, 19.10.5 6-12-3-5
Room availableMarchwood fall & spring Sauna, Gym and more. _
and/or next summer. Fully furnished Oak Glade Apia. Near UF 4 VA, quiet STONE RIDGE APT. Live In the country w/ your horse N/S F The Gardens! m/f for 2bd/2 1/2 ba
micro wash/dryer. $240/mo + $150 de- washer/dryer available In moat units for 3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 rmmt. to share 3/2 on 5 acres/5 mi. west twnhse turn pool w/d near sfcc/ul .
posit. Craig 3350145. 8.12.8.1 $20 mo. Cats Allowed 1B-2B, 1 4 2 Bath Offer valid to qualified) application only of Oaks Mall. Cent air/heat riding arena $185/mo 1/2 util. Now-Aug 15. Michelle
$250-$350, sec 4 Imr. 372-6422. 8-20- 8.20-19.2 trails avail. July 1. $170/mo/ + 1/3 util. 332-3898. 6-19-5-5
Lg. 2 BR apt. neatly furnished. No pets, 25.2 472-4824. 6555IICCCLOOKeee2
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BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS HAWAIIAN VILLAGE studious rommt.
convienlent to UF 4 downtown. $275- '
$285 mo. 3765957. 8144.1 SPACIOUSONE 1 4 2 bdr. by UF, College View Apt. 1105 rms avail. In big 3 needed In FALL for large bdr. In 2bdrlbaapt.
BEDROOM APT NW 3rd Ave. 371-7777. 6-21-6-2 bdr house. Jacuzzi fncd yd study, Pets, overlooking pond $197/mo. 371-

Private entrance, nice br, kitchen 4 livingrm. ONLY $263MO.LYONS ok. $1SO-170/mo. split utll.! 338. 6887. 8.14.4-5
prlviledges most util. paid summer APT SW VILLAS Available now. large 1 BR 0483000000000. 8-5-5-5
$145. fall 165/mo.. 3722284. 8-20-23-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 with walk-In closet barbeque, some utilities Serious student own room, for turn.
8-20-25-2 paid $240 N/S for own room In 3br SW house w/d mer/fall $180 + 1/2 util. Less than 1 ml
2 rooms for $150-$180 + 1/4 util. avail fenced yard 5 mln UF/Shands $135 + 1/3 form UF. Ron 373-3332/374-5768. 1 115
June 1. wash/dry nw homo, close to UF TUMBLING CREEK Bike to campus from 336-1914.. 6-5-4-5 NW 7th Terrace. 6-7-2-5
3352891. 874.1 INCREDIBLE this 1 BR balcony apartment just painted _
Efficiency Apt. cOin laundry, dishwasher, $275 "OWN ROOM' l56.25/mo but neg + F NS (for July 1st Share 2 bedrm SW apt
Students only Sterling at $185 1/4 utilities avail summer and/or (all. $187.50 rent plus half util.! Skylight
Studio $200 1 1BR $225 furn and Starting at $235 / 2 B.droomMEADOWCREST PHOENIX Upstairs 2 BR apartment dishwasher F/N/S call 338-3834" 6-7-5-5 Washer Dryer Call Carol 339-9242

part furn. Some with all hook-ups, mini's, carpet. $310 today 6-14-4-5
Utilities 373-5663 8AM I to 10PM. 6-7-4-1 378-3988 N/S Rmmt. wanted. Own room fully
373-3881 SUGARFOOT OAKS Incredible bargain. furn., beautiful apt. w/ pool patio 4 morel SUBLET Summer B Furnished Apt own
1 bdr In a 3 bdr house, $160/mo/ + util. 8-20-25-2 2 BR/1 1/2 BA breakfast bar dishwasher $300 Incl. rent else' & furn. Picaddilly room 1/2 utilities $225.50 ,mo, Brandywme
375-8329. 6-12-4-1 hooK-ups some utilities paid. $325 Apis. Call Richard & 3355584. 6-7-5-5 Apartments 374-4925. 6-19-5-5

Check Our New Specials'All
3 blocks from law school nice neighborhood Amenities. Available SOUTHWOOD Like new spacious 2BR/1/ MILL RUN: N/S rmmt for own room M/F/ own room in a 4 BR house 2 blocksto '
for serious students, $180 no pets FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 1/2 BA, deck with privacy fence, hook-ups needed for Fall. Furn. with wa/dry campus $145/mo + 1/5 utils. carport
335-2832 or 378-6376. 8.12.3-1 Roommates Available $400 $215/mo 1/2 mil.' Call Tim 3355457.. woodlloor fireplace. 336 0597 Iv mesa

Beautiful second story Ig 1 B/R apt. quiet We're No.OAKS 1 KEY MANAGEMENT Envlr-conscious M/F 4 huge rm In big sage. 8-7-2-5
duckpond neighborhood sublet Jul-Dee REGENCY I 1920s house-' blk to UF-. wood Iloors. 2 rooms for $150-1180 + 1/4 utll. avail

$190/mo., 378.3232 or 3721317. 6-12-3-. 3230 SW 378-5766 Archer Road 372-3060 sun decksSum.. B on-. $150 1/4 utll. a June 1. wash/dry nw home, close to UF
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1 deps. 373-9145. 6-7-4-5 335-2891. 6.7.4.5Classltleds.
COUNTRY GARDENS $175 studio $199 1 80 $299 2 BD _
Need Roomate Now w/option for fall 4 bike 373-4500 SUMMER SPECIALI! Get 'em while it's Quiet n/s rmmt wanted for furn. apt. near .
from UF 2br/1 1/2ba own room pool convenient 2001.SW 18th.Street" HOT) Walk 10 UFI) POOL 371-0769. 6-12- law sen. (Camelot) i90/mo', Call John ..
loc furn $195. Chris 377-5795. 8-20-25-2 5-2 378-8188.v... 6-14-8-5 Continued on next page.



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12,ALLIGATOR,TUESDAY,JUNE 5,1990!

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ROOMMATES FOR SALE MOTORCYCLES AUTOS WANTED.


Honda Civic 5-spd., 2-door, am/fm, Will pay dollar for one answered CHM
,1980 Suzuki GSS50L. Low mileage.Rune 77
2046 Lab Manual. Call after 5:00: 378-
Now) '.2 rmti wanted lor own room in I HAVE TERRIFIC grades thanks to my and looks great. Incl. KG carrying equalizer, reliable, looks & runs good.
3bd house. Great loc in SW area, wood great office desk $75-obo and comfy chair case & two helmet Asking $593:!, 332- $800 for quick sale 3733512. 6-12-49 7515.' 6-7-3-10
floor, yard. 150/mo + 1/3/ util, no sec dep $15. Oak dresser $80 obo. Call 373- 6240. 6-5-5-8
seek for
Int. tennis player tame practice
3723805. 6-14-4-5 0595. 8-5.3-6 1985 MAZDA GLC silver, 2-dr hatch
GS450GA 1982 Suzuki motorcycleGreat back, only 47K miles, 40 mpg, ste- 2x/wk./ 375-8858. 6-5-2-10

For Sale thapelow mile reo/cass, new battery & alternator, RUNS
6 FOR SALE 2 beds inc. box, frame $25 obo Like newmany extra GREAT, $2200 OBO. 336-8211 leave 3055L/3056L.$7.00/hr private Must tutor have for made physics an "A"labs'In
Desk $20 obo $1400 Call 377-7543 6-22-7-8 message. 6-7-2-9
these course within the last 2 yrs.
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410' 2 Disk Call Al 377-2793 leave message. 6-12-
Needed NOW! 377-0900 6-5-1-10
drives, 2 Mm cassettes, 2 dim cannlsters. 5.8 Orange and Blue Insurance now cover Ford LTD ,1979 perfect cond. pb, ps, pw,
Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 motorcycles! Low rate, low payment, new tires. Must sell $900 please call after
yrs. Perfect lor small typesetting jobs Desk-FREE, wall unit set $10 dbl bed- safe rider discounts, last drive-thru service 5pm or wkend 376-2051.' 6-7-2-9 11 SERVICES
Good machine lor small type shop. System $100 neg. Moving Wed. May 30. Call 3772277. 6-21-9-8 -
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC Mm & 6 font 371-4983 Lv. msg. 6-29-1-6 Datsun Pickup Truck 72 runs good low
disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at '1988 Honda Elite SO lor tale. Great forgetting mileage 500 obo call 336-4176. 6-14-4-9, NW Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave
Must sell Hand-led Cowure 1 dusky 1 around cond. near Oak Mall area, 5.5 to 10 x 20 Irom
373-9926 for more info. on campus great ,
peachfront + accessories. Very lame. helmet & scooter $600. Call anytime 336- '79 Datsun 21 OB Hatchback wagon 4 dr. $20, 10% disc to students. 332.891.7. 8-

Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 335-2922 ask for Karen $450. 6-5-3-6 8422. 5-31-3-8' Great deal for around town. Priced to sell 20-25-11

brand are all at our New Location! Car $900/obo./ Call now 3325536. 6-12-3-9
SALEIII Loveseat $90 Twin bed $60. 1
Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372- HONDA ELITE 80cc BEAD ROSESABORTIONS
2070. 6-20-256 peed bike $60, color TV ,19 In. $80. All In why walk when you can ride? 78 Chevy Malibu Classic, a/c, cruise almost _.
great shape call 335.9248. 6-7-4-6 ONLY $500 new tire and battery, $700, call 371

MICRO CENTERComputers/ 3781411Editor' call MIKE 373-0732 Iv msg. 6-5-3-8 6510. 6-12-3-9 1233 NW 10th Ave.
42 Connelly trick Iki. Trick rope. Med.
choice CompuAdd Northgate 372-1664
women's wetsuit. 3739589. 6-12-4-6 1986 Kawasaki KE100 Enduro for 75 BMW 5301 automatic
H P. Price lame or lower than mail perfect MC/VISA/lnsurance
order Systems below include 1mb, 40mb campus parking, run great, w/helmet, Drip alloy wheels, super stereo, main Free Pregnancy Test
Furniture 4 sale Excellent condition! tained nicely, priced to self $3500 obo -
((28ms), graphics monitor, '.. $500030. 336-9557 6-19-5-8 Member
couch, leather chair, coffee table etc.
373-6968 Iv mess. 6-19-5-9'
MC 286/12. $1195 I Packard Bell $1295. National Abortion Federation
MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20/ Call now leave message 3353780. 1981 Yamaha Seca 650 low mile with 8202511SEXUALLY
$2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd A battery Prices negoc. 6-21-7-6: rebuilt engine. Incl. new rear tire & hel 1986 Dodge 150, 5-spd, black, In good

$1999. CompuAdd 810 w20mb/ & graphics met. Asking $600 Call Travis at 375- shape, $2900, 462-2902. 6-12-3-9 TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
4 sale a Zenith terminal, Vax compatiblewith 1248. 6-14-4-8
$970. & 3 warranties.Onaite .
monitor year Get confidential testing; and treatment at
modem $400 or best offer call 335-
warranties. Panasonic printer 9248. 6.72.6Queen Need to place a Classified ad? Too Lazyto 10 WANTEDLocal PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 8-
$185, HP Laser Jet lip > $1049.3743 W.
do It? Good Newsl' You can do It by

University Ave. 8.9.25.6FUTON waterbed, bookcase head, 6 phone If you have a MasterCard or Vital Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class GATOR MOVING **

& FRAME drawer pedestal, sheets, $150 obo. Entertainment Call 373FIND. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packmg ,1-
center, $50. 19' RCA color Jewelry 373-9243. 8-20.25.10 Item/Hirfull. Days/Eves./ Long dl,.
From $200/et. Call Al 3733127.
7.312.6Crimestopper only TV, $100. 335-6143. 6-19-5-6 9 AUTOS Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 3744791.' 8.20.25.11

College night at Alley Katz. Every Wed
CANNONDALE SR400 12 speed racing from 9p closing. $8 per student Includes SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
Car Alarms K-40 Radar Detectors
bike 58cm. Great conditon with pump and 1966 Volvo 122S wagon. Rebuilt engine, woodser
unlimited bowling, shoes, mini-golf & a boarding facilities *
Sherwood, Sansul, Orion,
Sony for Alan great condition Inside and out, roof rack.
water bottle $350 ask 3758869. hey rides parties *
hot dog or pretzel w/ a med. soda. Don'tmiss salesworking
Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat
White wred
Int. A cool classic. $900.
All Prices 373-3754. 8-9-24-6 61446MUST' 338-0610. 6-5-5-9 III I 6-7-5-10 student accepted 466-3224, 375.8080.'rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrsrl .

SELLII White formica bedroom furniture .
Handcrafted, wooden birdleeders. Different and lull size bed. Call Lisa 373- SUZUKI SAMURAI 87, soft top. Perfect ,
sizes available. $5 to $15 each Free
7292. 6-12-3-6' condition Must seal Call: 3750394. 6-
seed with the first two sold Call J.R. 5-5-9

between 7 pm and 10 pm 3751935. 6-19- MOVINGI Must sell lull size bed, nightstand I I I I

4-6 chair' ,,lamps dresser TV w/stand.mirror, shelves Call Carrie, desk 375-w/ Jeep Hardtop CJ7, Bikinltop Laredo 80, $2950, motor, Graduating 82, Black, I I I I t e eI

Microwave-. new, and 'liv. speed 1856. 6-12-3-8 itudent. Call Now 376-6141 Albert. 6-7- I.
I I
blender for sal*. $100 lor the pair. (offers 5.9
I I i I I i I II
considered) call 377-3441 anytime.
WATERBED, Queen, Semi-waveless
6.5.5.6 w/pedestal drawers $130 and solid rates ORANGE low AND payment BLUE, fait INSURANCE drive-thru service low I ; I I I I I- I

dresser $75. negotiate call now. 332- se habla espanol 377-2277 377. !, I. II
286 COMPUTER 5536 6-3-1-6 CARS. We 6-12-6-9
care
12 mhz, 49 MB harddrlve, 8 1/4/ and-3 I I 1 I I I r II
2 sofa-tet. $180,2 On size waterbeds,
monitor pc. '1977 CHEVY MALIBU
1/2/ floppy drives 14" VGA color 1
,
$150/ea, 2 desks, $90/e. chest, $75,
1 yr warr, DOS 3.3, Microsoft Work very clean, looks good, runs great new [ II
Dos She! Only $1795. ELITE 3351300. nightttand, $45, all good shape, all $ Neg tires stereo V-8 must see call Mike 373- I I I I I I I ,;
call 335-0355, Please leave message. 6- 0732 Iv msg 6-5-3-9 I II

'19-5-6 I I' I I I I t 1p

Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest & finest VW Rabbit '81 (new tires, sunroof) $800. 'EVERY WEDNESDAY THIS SUMMER" I

In car audio, cellular ft security. Desk-chair-bkcase (from Door Store) I I I I I I I I II
,
Custom installation ft repairs. 336-1128. $150. Tel. 336-8209. 6-12-3-6' .

621106WORD I 1 ( I I I ( = 63W ;! II
GRADUATING! MUST SELL! Queen
PERFECT 5.1 waterbed w/6 drawer Heater and liner ARE YOU UNDER 217 I r 1 8 ; i ; II

Included. $115' obo. 375-7488. 6-7-2-6 aHead I:
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Student/Faculty Price $135 I I I a
Call ELITE 3351300. 7-3-10-6, to Alley Katzon Z I r 1r

200 lbs assorted. weight and 2 9 4 I I I I fI I I I f' x
Must Sell Immediatelyplane brand new cast Iron 50 IDs Wednesdays. l ,
ticket to Boston oneway $70 all In great condition l:! pm close is I I It I I I I I I

and couch for $60 call nights 3367732. $40 obo call Chris at 3726924. 6-7-2-6
College Night. J8 !
6-5-4-6
small kiln 550 degree max. Great for { per person includes: .f .1 1 I I I .. I f :: I

CAR ALARMS Installed remote control limo and copper enamel $95. 48 scan unlimited I 0t 2: : I
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any car truck or van fully guaranteed will design desk ft comp shell $80. 83''',' bowling, r::

demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes shell/desk/drawers combo $40. 372- w shoesmini-golf and Rsv : I I I I I I l. = I
820216Pair 7520 or 377-1238 to see. 6-19-5-6
sage.
a hot dog or pretzelwa z I i I I I ,. I

of Mustang GT seats, these seats are STAY COOL with a great airconditioner.Quiet medium soda. I I $ I i r 1-
I i
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out ol an 89 and are new. Red w/adj. 20,000 BTUs. $150 OBO. Call I
.* thigh support & power Lumbar $450 obo. 373-7150. 6-19-5-6 12 Bring a friend! a t

Call- ---Vince-- -3354548.- 6-5-3-6 ai I I I f I I I INS IJ

Moving, must sell! Beige couch In great 7 REAL ESTATE 1 1 I I I I II i I
cond., desk, 2 small dressers & 2
Alley Katz Alley Katz AI ey Katz Alley I I a
beds. Call 375-2218 after
twin/hide-away
Duplex for sale2 bed 1 1/2 bath. Phoenix 1.p .
4. 6.146.0Queen close to campus, full kitchens, call I I 1 -I I E
.I I
,
Larry or Nina 371-8141' or 1-800-654- ..JA'.

headboard waterbed, exc. cond.w/bookcase, $175. OBO.and mirror 336- 4544. 6-21-7-7 *WILD 1 I I I I. I I. I

1208. 8-5-3-8 Assumable 8 1/2 '11.. Only $310/mo pftl. HfllRJ I i I I .. .I oiF1cE-USE& ONLY jJI

Adorable ft spacious 1 br w/ loft, calling I .-
w/blue trim Sun- J I .
LOTUS 10-SPEED, gold Ip.Cb.
fan, sky ft
light laundry room storage, 2
tour components, very good condition- deck, b.autllulland.caplng w/ lots Dogwoods $5 I --...... CAIItCK_ I
6-5-3-6 Haircut' J I R eyi'
$120. Call Drew at 378-8008. & Azalea Eve/wkend 3744923or .
376-4703. 6-5-3-7 $20 Perm !* .
(
Curly or Body)
CDX-A 10 "
Sony dlskjocky diskchanger :
; :
i :CLASSIFICATIONS
holds' 10 cds $350, Also 2 Collins '0' 2b/2b In Brandywlne, Fully furnished. S18 HI-Utes 1C, > (elteckone:, ;; I

Bazokat iubwolfer $250. Call Vince.* Nothing down. Mortgage assumable. Immediately $35 Spiral Perm '+C I _t. Per !Rent: Furnishes: _Services (Circle one)
335-4548. 6-5-3-6 I
available. Call 372-1152, Iv _Z. For Rent: Unfurnished __1 J.Typing Services
mssg. 6-7-3-7 $18 Color I _'. Meblle Home Far Rent/Sato _1I.Help Wanted ,1 Day4.00
Motionless Waterbed $125 obo great con 4. I"'IT.OOI I
__ Sublease"
-dition._--__Call _Debbie____336-0580.______6-5-3-6_ __> By owner, 2000 sq ft spacious pool home, *$3 Beards I "Reemnate- NomeAptJ. / ___l'$4..'Business*rienils' Personals' **-*.** ..
Sale, 1 mile to UF nice NW area 2816 W. Univ. $40 Bleach Out __S. For SaleT.Reellsute _t0.Connections 40aye-;..11.00I I
For Dorm Size Refridgerator' good
...".OO
Day
Ave. $83,000, Appt to sea call 376-6183 I __17.Sonless
cond. Call 376-4180 or 365-6683 and I
leave .- 1-.7 Walk-In Welcome _l. Motorcycles
message
leave message 6-5-2-6 _".RWes A441t..1. Day .
I __ Autos", _10.Pete ,y llMeae. *
Open M-Sat 10-6 1A4df
JVC pull-out stereo. speaker $150 obo, 8 MOTORCYCLES pm .__1I. Waffle: __20.Lest I Faunal __L.--
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also answering machine almost new $50. 374-8687 I OMAOTtRCMIO 0 VI.A EXP. DATE: leavl" Uses .
Call 335-1366 Iv. mess. 6-7-3-6 ,. Gator Plaza ... ;
13th fc UnfvV $ / I CREDIT CAM $ took N. ,mesa ay
1987 Suzuki GS450L. l low miles, clean, I
.... Upgrade your home speaker nowl One 6th gear o'f.rdrbl'Good condition, musts 50O, FtUXXUS, ItL 7-Add10x.e,
pair ol floor-standing JBL speakers Paid ...-.A.klng $1200.. ,call. .377-2283.lv.\ .."-----I II_.------.1
$425. Get these for $950 firm. '335-S490"( mettg.' 6-5-S-8 4 .. '.. ....Wo1t. .



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rUESD V.JUNE 5. 1990,AIUCATOR
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SERVICESFAMILY TYPING SERVICES TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED

Car stall? Call Mobile Auto Rescue and CHIROPRACTIC Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable $1/page" accurate, last, reliable. Graduate
Repair. Fast service, 25 yrs. exp, jumps, Serving UF since '1977 service. Reasonable rates. Laser school approved t 11 t year exp. Mary EARN $35
tun -ups, minor repairs. 24 hrs/day 372- Most Insurance accepted printer. 377-8175 900pm.: 82025.12 372-0706. 6.7.212TypingWordprocessing. This week + $110 this month new donors
5325. 6-7-8-11 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. with this coupon. Study while you donateor
Dr. Steven Schargel Word Processing. Typing, Bkkplng & No / WordPerfect watch video. Free Parking. Gainesville
Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms. 373.7070 tary. Grad school exp. Prol quality 15 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, Blood Plasma Center. Est. 1969.
Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or yrs exp. Spelling ckd. NW section. dependable, personal service Tara 332- 238 SW 4th Ave--378-9431. M-Th 8-7
Highway Patrol 462.5127, 462-4311" 8- Dawn 3323913.' 8-20-25-12 1469. 8-20-19-12, Frl 8-5 Sat 82. 8-20-25-13
20-22-11 TYPING

*SUNBELT MOVING* 12 SERVICESYOU TYPINGNear service. Call Butler 373-0134.Plaza. 8202512.Fast, accurate 13 HELP WANTED Need 15 bucks.

Professional Moving/Packing/ &
1. ItemHouse lull. Local/Lng Supplies.diet WRITE, WE TYPE Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable ADVERTISING CLERKDuties today?
Business Personal service. Masters In English will check
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Llc/lns. Priced lor Students! Marty 375- Legal Reports Include: tiling, answering phones An easy, pick up cash allthat'
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.Q'vllle spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 8-9-
MOVE. 8-20-21-11 24.12 monitoring paperwork flow In advertisingdept. required Is a plasma donation. We
Handicapped Typing .; basic math skill, must be dependable pay $15 for your t 1st 4 donations & special
Environmentally concerned, responsible 8-20-25-12 378-7179. Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproo. near and good with people. Working hrs: bonuses enabling you to earn up to $115
person available June 1st lor house sit campus. Dependable, quality aervlce. Tue*. 9-S. Wed. 125. Thur. 12-5. Apply a month. Come In todayl!
ting. Runs own cleaning service. Excel. Reasonable rates 24hr/day./ Call Carol In person at The Independent Florida Alligator Alpha Plasma Centers
rel. 375-1291 C-5-3-11 Typing reports business F129H 373-4464 7-5-11-12 1105 W. Univ. Ave. between 9 am 9 SW 1st St.
legal resumes A cassettes transcribed & 4 pm (M-F). Must be available summer Gainesville 378-9204
To Busy To Clean? Company Coming? A application A letters A notary ..tc We Beat Everybody' Prlc.1IIR..um..L.ller..R.porll & fall. AA EOE 8-20-23-13
Call Susan's House Cleaning Service Available 24 hours/7 days3722777. etc.
904-335.7864 Professional And Prompt. 8-20-25-12 Alachua Word Processing AVON 375-8967 FOOD, FOLKS ft FUNI I Join the crew at
6-5-3-11 3765485. A A Established since 1985 Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. McDonald's, part-time, lull-time & between
MICRO CENTER/ Typing 371-2425. Full B.nellt.ln.urane.20.2513 class-time, atop In anytime. 6.7.4Y
CARPET and VINYL Installation, repair ft sell service computing. Typing tarts & .I.RESUMES*** 13
and restretches! : tree estimates. No Probe 1.50/pg A Resume $6 A Sell service Excellent Summer Jobl Earn an easy $S-
lem Carpet Service. Robert 374-5493. 6- resumes A $2.50/hr A .15/page. Laser Complete writing & development ser 10/hr plus bonus with our outdoor marketIng FRESHMEN/HEALTH MAJORS Live-in
typeset graphics A spell check A theses vices. Resume House 371-8148. 8-0- t.am5.g pm/flex' sched. Mike Attendent needed. Call Lisa at 378-7474
20-12'
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II Golfers seek first title in 17 years I U.S. Japan


visit O'DomeByMATTFOGLESON
By JEFF MORIARTY .. -.rj

Alligator WriterWINTER .,.,,,,
HAVEN -It's finally here. .
The four days and 72 holes the UF fi.t... .' "W' Alligator Writer
.
men's golf team has been .
thinking,talking .
Sets and spikes will fill the O'Connell Cen-
and dreaming about for ''
years have ar- .... Wednesday night, months before the UF
rived. .
." volleyball team opens its season.
The Gators hope to bring home the .. .,.;,..;{. ,., ...' .. .
NCAA Division I championship for the .. ..f. ;. .. The U.S. and Japanese national teams, not
first time in 17 years. They are one of the t.'".....,. .. the Lady Gators, will take the court at 7:30:
favorites at the championship,Wednesday p.m. as part of their six-match series that
through Saturday in Tarpon Springs. started in North Carolina and will concludein
And the Gators feel they have the best Atlanta.

team in the country."I The U.S. team, coached by Terry
feel if we play up to our ability,nobodycan ti Liskevych, includes four competitors from.,
beat us,"senior Dudley Hart said."We the 1988 Olympic team that took seventh
are such a good team that I don't see how .h place in Seoul,Korea.The squad is preparingfor
we could play bad. For us to lose the 4 the 1990 Goodwill Games and World
NCAA's, somebody is going to have to "I Championships.
*
beat us.
Thirty of the best teams in the country This will be a very important series for us
especially Arizona State and Oklahoma as we prepare for the Goodwill Games,"
State be Liskevych said."We've got a mixture of youth
will
trying to do just that. f
and experience on the roster and seem to be
The latest Golfweek/Taylor Made rank- "
ings have Oklahoma State at No. 1, Ari- progressing steadily.

zona State second and UF third. For most ,," 7:': IL.. The Japanese team, a perennial power-
of the season, UF held the No. 2 spot, but .. > house that has won two Olympic gold medals,
Arizona State edged ahead after UF played finished fourth in Seoul In 1988.
poorly In several late-year tournaments.UF's .,. .'i ",..,
The match will feature a contrast in styles
late-season slump can be attrib- ,. -the U.S.roster includes eight women who
uted to the absence of Hart, sidelined witha
stand 5-feet-ll
or taller, while the Japanese
stress-fractured rib. No one, not even team compensates for a lack of height with
Hart knows how it ,
happened.
its quickness and emphasis on defense.
"We're a little bit nervous," assistant
coach Jim Kelson said."He's going to play, ALLIGATOR PHOTO The Americans include Kim Oden, the
but probably not at 100 percent." UF golf coach Buddy Alexander could be all smiles after the 1990 NCAA 6-foot-3 middle blocker who was named team
The NCAA Championship will be the Chamolonshlo. captain in 1987;middle blocker Tee Sanders, .
last a 5-foot-11 outside hitter who twice was voted.
for most of the Gators and is some-
.
similar last Senior DiMarco
experience year. Chris has won five
the NCAA Division I
thing they feel they could have won since Player of the Year at the ,
tournaments and has eight top-ten fin-
1988,the year UF coach Buddy Alexandercame "The first year it almost actually happened University of Hawaii; and 5-foot-ll outside
ished this season. He is a candidate for
hitter Tara 'Cross the NCAA's all-time kill
to Gainesville. when we didn't expect it,"Alexan- ,
the College Player of the Year.
That year,the Gators were winning the der said."Last year,we were seeded third leader from Long Beach State.
tourney with only nine holes left to play, and felt we had a pretty good chance to Dudley Hart has been the most con- The U.S. team, which trains year-round in
but finished fifth after throwing away win, but finished 11th. This year is goingto sistent player in his four years at UF, and San Diego, recently returned from Europe
some shots on the final nine. They had a be the third moment of truth." had seven top-10 finishes this season. where it qualified for the World Champion-

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I -place fourth at NCAA meet chatter Uni-dorm nota



30.41 seconds.
By MATT FOGLESON
Webster also added to the
Alligator Writer idea
team's 25 points with a fourth- great

Despite nagging injuries and a place finish in the 400-meter hur-
fallen hurdler, the UF men's dles ((56.57)). Cindy Herceg UF quarterback Kyle Morris'every
track team managed to take supplemented the team's speed move sparked torrents of boos and

home fourth place from the with strength, throwing the jav- catcalls from the Florida Field stu-
NCAA Outdoor Track and Field elin a fourth-best 167-2. dent section during last year's sea

Meet this weekend in Durham, Wendy Frazier and Downingput son-opening 24-10 loss to Ole Miss.
pY
the remainder of the Lady All-America basketball player

N.C.The Lady Gators, meanwhile, Gators' points on the board with Dwayne Schintzius often was ridden
.,. tied for eighth on the strength ofa Frazier's sixth place 5,000 harder than opposing teams over the

victory by a youthful 1,600- ((16:17.5): ) and Downing's sev years at the O'Connell Center.
meter relay team. enth-place finish in the 400 And there won't be problems if

The Louisiana State Univer- ((52.45)). athletic dormitories are abolishedand
and who both For the UF the players live with the rest of
sity men women, men, long jumper
won the SEC meet last month, Dion Bentley leapt 25-10 to grab r the students?

were crowned the nation's out- third place, Mike Holloway Yeah, right.
door champions. UF men's head cleared 18 1/2 in the pole vaultto
coach John Webb said he wasn't take fourth place and Russell -Gregg Doyel

surprised at the Tigers' strong Willitt tossed the discus a sixth- CUE

showing. best 182-3. BALL

"Going into the meet, I Tyrone Kemp, Lewis Lacy and

thought they were the best Marcel Carter joined Everett on Picture some pale little redhead

team," Webb said. the fourth-place 1,600 relay Y looking up at Livingston Chatmanand

Mark Everett scored big for team. demanding to know why he sat
the UF men, settir*; a meet re- But the team ran into troublein out the second half of the 1989-90
cord in the 800 and helping the some areas that had producedfirst season.,

men's 1,600-meter team to a place finishes consistently Imagine a curious non-athlete pass-

fourth place finish. Everett throughout the regular season. ing Morris in the hall and wanting to
earned his seventh and eighth Javelin thrower Tom Pukstys,
know why he bet on various sporting
All-America honors, but Webb suffering from an elbow injury, events and whether or not UF football
said the senior is capable of even p .
took fourth place with a throw of .'- games were included.
"-
greater things in the future. 242-8, more than 30 feet short of ----1'- 11' With the recent abundance of problems 1 -

"I thought he ran very well," his American collegiate recordof .... ....Jt .f..JI*"', ,:;-:-:'::f'rl'" racking the UF athletic depart-
Webb said of the 1988 U.S. Olym 273-3. Earl Diamond whose "
'.. 'iV" '' the NCAA's
ment
{ an pending rulingon
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pian. "But I think he can proba- season-best time of 13.69 in the *"A 'tJ't.., ':""1" "r.ft"" '.1, ., pr; the fate of the football and basketball
do would have him tt' : ; : '14" ." "i" "
bly even better. 110 hurdles put b1 :
N "'W''> team heading the charts -
fourth fell and didn't ...: i\\ <<- .t' .
completethe ..
The women's 1600-meter relay "
j'1f" maybe it would be in everybody'sbest
1-
team of Kim Mitchell,Anita How race. <::: / interests not to rock the ol' boat.

ard, Dorchelle Webster and Webb said his team was. pre- I r. ,t.#0 ", 1.... ,.. "i e2 An unnecessary explosion could be
Tasha Downing gave UF's pared for such obstacles and ;{, Y' T' {,'b,<.4.tIft; ."kyt -I.Iit"',,,..ifi. M :t.t! ; ,,,,t1 J'!'! just around the corner,one ill-advised
women team their first-ever vic- added the caliber of the athletesat dormitory incident
ALLIGATOR PHOTO away.
tory at an NCAA meet with a the meet made most things Football coach Steve
UF pole vaulter Mike Holloway took fourth at the NCAA. Spurrier was
school-record time of 3-minutes, uncertain. successful at Duke without separate

dorms and has said they aren't neces-

sities, but quarterback coach John
I FSU Miami SECAlligator Reeves said Spurrier would like to
join
may 'I Swim, dive teams move out of Yon Hall and into a new
athletic dorm with
to keep up
Staff Report Expansion would create some prob- competition.
lems, however. The conference would look high and low Which is exactly why UF should
Southeastern Conference presidentsvoted have to be divided, which could put rival- remain one of the schools across
unanimously last week to pursue ries such as UF-Georgia in jeopardy.
the nation sporting athletic dorms.
for
latest recruits
expansion, mentioning Florida State and
Such a division could create an end-of- Who should tailback Willie McC-
the University of Miami as likely addi-
tions. the-year championship game featuringthe The UF swimming and diving teams plucked two lendon bump into in the hall loungethe
winners of each division. The stakes
'IJ* recruits from north Florida and South Africa morning of the Florida State
Also mentioned candidateswere signing
as possible could be a berth in the Sugar Bowl, or the
fullback Dexter McNabb
the pair to national letters of intent Wednesday game, or
Arkansas currently in the South-
championship could be the Sugar Bowl.
journalism ?
west Conference and independentSouth Several other bowls also would competefor Jacksonville's"Giovanni Llnscheer, and' Arnry major Gregg Doyel
MUon of Johannesburg South Africa Speaking of money, er, competition
Carolina, with independents louis- an SEC title game. bring the
number of UF recruits it appears the SEC is going to
to five.
ville and Tulane outside possibilities.
Even if all sides do hammer out an be chock full of it soon with the
The additions of FSU and Miami would Ilnsch r;a sprjnter/butterflyer the 1990
agreement in the near future, it would ( was 1, proposed addition of FSU and Miami.There's .
make the SEC the strongest and wealthiest probably take about five years to adjust ;,Eastern Interscholastic champion in the 100-meter
conference in the nation. football schedules before any new schools butterfly..;The Surinam, South America native foP} ', in ribthing like a healthy shot
"1 the bank account, one reason why
With money from television, bowl could compete for the SEC title. I lows the path of current Gator A11-AmericaAnthony. SEC presidents and athletic directors
Nesty; also from Surinam.;, "
and the basketball SEC and NCAA "We of here : .
games spent a couple days adjust- would welcome the'Noles and 'Canes
-c j tournaments split among the conference's ing our schedules to the year 2010," lou- :'OWe'rerealiy" pleased to have' G'iovannljoining'ltheprogram [ with open wallets, uh, arms. Under
members, the additions of two of the isiana State Athletic Director Joe Dean ,, UF:swim"coach Skip'Foster said. the current rules, revenue from tele-
nation's most successful football programs said. "In the other sports it could be done Physically he's young and; compared to.a lot of: vision,the SEC and NCAA basketball

would increase each current. SEC fairly quickly. Football is the key one." .'.athletes,he's a novice to, .swimming. ": So he's going ,,t tournaments, and bowl games is

school' "hare. Expansion was a hot topic at last year'sannual :":to get a)lot'' better.f, ,. ,*, '" ', ':I shared among each of the 10,SEC

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the independent, florida ol o+ic'iIy 1.ociaId wth lh.Lr,v of FIord, VOLUME 83, NUMBER 157 TUESDAY, JUNE S. 1990 White fails to garner signatures.5 UF takes 4th, 8th at NCAA meet.16 Opponents fear student rape service changes SARS to become By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer UP's top rape victims' counseling program will be placed under the jurisdiction of the Infirmary's Mental Heath Services July 1, a change program officials and patients say will give rape a stigma that's almost impossible to overcome. The change means that rape victims may not be treated by a therapist from the Sexual Assault Recovery Service. Instead, new patients will be assigned randomly to mental health therapists, regardless of their specializations. SARS has been under the Infir. mary for the past nine years. But Infirmary director Boyd Kellett said he decided to make the change to increase the workload of SARS therapists, rewrite the job description ofSARSprogram director Claire Walsh and provide a better working relationship between SARS therapists and the Infirmary. But SARS coordinator Betty art of Mental Health Campbell said the stigma of "mental health' will discourage new rape victims from seeking help because they may think people believe they're crazy instead of victimized. "Rape victims live in a world of silence'" Campbell said. 'They'll never respond to something under mental health because they don't want to be labeled." Student Sen. Ingrid Soble said placing SAKS under Mental Health Services will only further trauma. tize rape victims who go for help. "Going under mental health will make (a rape victim) feel like there's something wrong with her," Soble said. SARS' three therapists will now have to treat mental health patients along with rape victims, she said. But Soble said the therapists don't need the extra case-work because they see three to five rape victims daily. And three new rape victims come to SARS each week, especially after holidays, she added. But Kellett said SAKS therapists have extra time during the day UF's most active rape prevention and counseling programs face administrative changes, which opposers say will weaken both programs, downplay the severity of rape and increase incidents of sexism. when they're not seeing patients and he wants to eliminate the waiting list to se therapists in Menta Health Servcs by asining more patients to the SARS' therapists. SARlS therapist Debbie Burke said she fears her schedule won't be free to treat rape victims "71he whole reason I took this job is to treat rape victims," Burke said. "I think this decision was not made professionally and not in the best interests of the students." Patients shouldn't fear a stigma see SARS, page 7 COAR may lose paid peer educators By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer The nationally-acclaimed, 200member Campus Organized Against Rape may lose a large part of its program in the next few weeks, and COAR officials say the loss will dilute their entire organization. COAR's four paid peer educators may be taken out of COAR's annual budget by either student senators, Student Body President Michael BrowneorStudent Body Treasurer David Stem in the next two weeks of Student Government budget meetings. Browne said Infirmary director Boyd Kellett will begin a peer edu. cation program if SG leaders decide not to pay for COAR's educators. Browne added he believes the Infirmary may be better equipped to handle such a program. But COAR, which began in 1982, will no longer have any affiliation with peer educators if the program is eliminated and started under the Infirmary, COAR President Tracy Polcyn said. The four peer educators COAR now has will be fired, she added. "Our program will be destroyed, Polcyn said "I was never even asked if I thought it was a good idea. I was told." COAR has gotten money from both SG and the Infirmary for the last fouryears, but Polcyn said she wants COAR to stop being used as a political volleyball between the two. She said she wants COAR to receive money only from SG, allow. ing it to become a student-run group. Browne agreed it's time to put a stop to the confusion, but said COAR must take responsibility as a true student group and have an unpaid adviser like all other stu. dent groups do. COAR now has a paid adviser, Claire Walsh. who also serves as the Sexual Assault Recovery Service program director,. "if they want to be a student see COAR. page 4 Calico Jack' s forced to close by franchiser By MARGARET BERRY Alligator Writer Former Florida Sen. and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Walkin' Laton Chiles lived up to his nickname Thursday as he drummed up student support during his trek across campus. See stoiy page 5. Calico Jack's Oyster Bar and Seafood House. which for eight years has been home to much of Gainesville's college crowd, was forced to close Thursday when sheriffs deputies confiscated everything in the building. The Alachua County Sheriff's Office took every. thing from tables and chairs to alcohol and oyster forks from the restaurant on an order from Calico Jack's Inc., a franchise company outside Orlando. A lawsuit filed May 30 with the 8th Circuit Court shows that Carta Brothers Inc., the company that held the franchise, owes Calico Jack's Inc. more than $116,000. John Locke, secretary treasurer for Calico Jack's Inc., refused to comment on the lawsuit. Students are just beginning to realize that the restaurant has closed, said Brette Williams, a 23yearold Santa Fe Community College student who works next door at Tony and Pat's Pizza and Subs. "Ali the lights are off and the parking lot is empty and you Will see people walking up and shaking the door" Williams said. Mike Curie,a UFcilengineeringgraduate, said he wait to the bar between two aid four times a week. It's the only place on this end of town that wve can go to, Curi. add. o sel we have to duive somewhere to go out, and then we have to dive we Cleo, PoE 10

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2 AIGJATOR IITUESDAY.JUNE 5,1990 VOLUNTEERS Volunteers needed to help the Children's Theater for the Deaf benefit concert June 17, Father's Day, from 3 p m to II p m at the Thomas Center Volunevrs will sell tickets and T-hirts or help set up Gerontology majors sought to work with senior Ihtnts in a men al health program -several job do scriptions to select from Legal volunteer needed to olfer legal advice, direc(ion and assistance with wills, custody cases and discrimination concerns for clients of the North Central Florida AIDS Network. Language majors sought to exchange language skills with a foreign-born person Enjoy conversation in your second language and assist people with be, coming more proficient in conversational English Elementary educatIon majors can volunteer at an after-school enrichment program in area elemrenar schools dunng the summer school session running from June 18 to July 21 For more information, write or call the Volunteer Center, P 0. Box 14561, Gainesville, Fla 32604,378 2552. r 1/2 PRICE SPECIALS CREATE WORKSHOP 809 W. Univ. 376-204 -------------ACURA or HONDA WHAT'S HAPPENING Let's meet: Students for Chiles will have an important meeting tonight to discuss upcoming events and organization Everyone inter eted is welcome to attend the meeting beginning at6 in Weil Hall Room 279 Call Randy. 336-7711 Let's eat: Ihere is an all-you-cancat spaghetti dinner tonight at the Hillel Center beginning at 5.45. Cost is $3 25 for students and $2.75 for Hillel student members. Call 3722900. Meeting: The Gay and Lesbian Student Union will be having a rap session on forced "outing" at the In. volume 83 stilute of Black Culture Wednesday ought at 7:30. Call 332-0700. Study buddies: The Women's Studies Student Association will meet in the first floor Reitz Union Lounge tonight at 6 to discuss elections and planning sessions for Women's History Month Call Beth, 372-2903. Paddle your own cane: The UF Canoe and Rafting Club will meet Wednesday night at 6 in Turlington Hall Room 2342 to discuss a whitewater rafting trip. New members are welcome. Call 373-2979. Jewish gathering: Jewish hat Slant Cbana This Weeks Super Special Red Buans a Rkce I Small. .$2.19 I Large. .$3.79 I Plus 20 other torch specials I I lron $1 95 3 call ahead lor fast takeout L. --3756969 --n j I. Graduate Students and Professionals will be meeting tonight at Danny's on the corner of University Avenue and Main Street at 630 Call Sharon, 376-1125 Let's ski: The UF Waterski Club is meeting to organize drivers tonight at 8 at Joe's Deli on West University Avenue. Call 395-8715. Supped us: The Central Florida Chapter of Scleroderma Support Group will meet from 7.30 to 9 Tues day night, June 19 in the Alachua General Hospital Conference Center. The group is open to patients, family members and professionals. Personalxed Palm, Card. Astrology Readimgs em. &Craft 9-7 Mon-Sat 3134721 m~nui.u i ISSN 0889-2423 number 157 the Indopentm krd alligator Not cliicaily associated with Mle University of Ftoridf PulIhd y Cam. CoMunctn, Inc., of GminavilW, FL Edsor one Chabot pvOCh .Wann.Thrnan Mmng Edito' tromy Surliiame A Ohad ..,O.*. M, R. Nw aEdo, Judy.Plur A pIa ecgr JessirHesxr Ans.iuntNls Edeors Jon0evr.a.Comwaoynshn .MOl -. I on.yhmao Photono IndyPose Oin -O Canmsr. lqesl.Gwtri. Osrmons Editor M 0 Cu.Na MiMs. Il a E AmwS.dd.M Sport. Edior Oregg Day Doniey Adnflhdng 17=.442 Chasb AiVdrlng -sflMae Advrt.,ng Oi atctor Oac itly Adv.1.mg Seore4iry Penny DIPSr. i.rn Cooidin, Chrh. L euSaios Pyrolysis" *rldun assaller. ..44Seam Semnaissns Aia)*P,.dudI SM ur Owl Saa.f BN cOvt. T" Oly A rs. amvesen u CSM .Oyas .'Ste. John Edwards AmondEsiblo Er. Fraven P.e OristH g flbanj Ferd Chr. msL a. A L a. -I r. A-ls Ai inTgear .m. ..,,, .DKafr a~nwe~a~g., ...,a. Oane inq CE la r Contrhokr WindaCaral Acountsnm Ritaru MdaugM .Mi ......-.WWAto" CM.1.lang ...J.ad C-. a tar-,.anp Frd. duoMismal iruthd der F 8 fuel. CeS C.vad. -.O. l4. bift, Ft Oaks. ThA giSer pbMishdModavhfugh~riamritayls.en*4uciheldsaf epllmPO lLS&rSnW Wmmeasdendblrw.7I.A gtpAl.AkdTu.Say --Or lte(Fd"." .:. : .:: 7wo t F--. .. FiAYeur(AM somele .... Tb. A.,.,. Vt. .w, -. Can l.f. -.Am,. and -. .a -. ..W4 Pan a. li.es Fridy. aspr h kones.C Oa.mPds -bpWa s AML Ca.10%,41 ." Mhe HAn -l.iaad*I Ca"rounlon.e. In ENGINE OIL & FILTER CHANGE $14.95 15% DISCOUNT ON SCHEDULED SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE FOR ACURA & HONDA OWNERS ACURA I OFGAUnVILLI I wIr THIS COUPON AT ACURA OF GESVJ PUS APPLCALE TAXES LErMMS OCT 31 IM3735559 ) V -V '77 Aerobles Slarmarters Free Weights Vesacinbers LOPeCycles NduIlus iP Rowers Cyclones Private Locker Rooms Body Fat Analysis Personalized Trainng Diet Planning 150 off a year's membership at Power Plant ---JI" '" --i 7230 w University 332 4910 FREE MOL M II UF Students -Faculty -Staff -Employees THURSDAY, JUNE 21 8:00 By Appointment only Call 392-1161, Ext 2I for more info. 11:00 a-m .ww e.5* S4Mnd by Sfldan Hearh Cams Canr sant 5CR!

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TUESDAY,JUNES, 1990, ALLIGATOR, 3 New bill may save Prairie 'Preservation 2000' By MATTHEW SAUER Alligator Wnter Last-minute legislation has given the fight against construction of the Hunt Club another safety net in the form of the Preservation 2000 bill The bill, the brainchild of Sen George Kirk patrick, will give the state more than $300 million a year with which to purchase lands in danger of being developed. Money for the purchases is raised through the Ale of bonds In addition to the newlegislation, opponents of the construction have support from environmental groups and private citizens who plan to fight the Hunt Club in court. The Hunt Club isaproposed apartment-com. plex development next to Paynes Prairie. Environmental groups have been concerned that it could damage the sensitive wetland. Sierra Club chairman Marc Ketchel announced Monday at the Alachua County Administration building that the environmental group will support the legal fight with a $5,000 defense fund. 'We'll support the fight with the legal fund," vs state to purchase land Ketchel said "We have already raised about half of the money and all of it will go toward the defense. Ketchel said he hoped the Preservation 2000, passed late Sunday by the legislature, would allow the state to purchase the environmentally sensitive land. Purchasing must be approved by the governor and five cabinet members 4If Preservation 2000 purchases the land it will become par of the already existing Paynes Prairie Preserve," Ketchel said. This is really a must-do piece of legislation and we're very optimistic about the state's chances of purchasing the land." Ketchel said the Sierra Club would consider purchasing the property if Preservation 2000 and the legal fight fail. Boca Raton developer Martin Hackman reportedly is asking $3.5 million. In the meantime, the Sierra Club and Coalition to Save Paynes Prairie will hold a fundraising dinner at the Hometown Restaurant, 1218 N. Main Street, Fridayat 6:30 p.m. to raise money for their legal defense fund. Nursery meeting raises doubts By DESSIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer Parents who attended a Thursday night meeting hoping to discover the truth about allegations against the director of UFs only day care center left saying they want the complaint. investigated. At a meeting called by Baby Gator nursery teacher Noni Jones and San Juana Burns, who wrote a six-page letter to UF administrators complaining about the nursery, parents said they wanted the complaints reviewed by the nursery's board of directors, chaired by Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen. UFs student services office has already set up a committee to investigate administrative problems at the nursery, including policy pro cedures and hiring and firing practices. Most of the 40 parents came to the meeting to see if the complaints were true because they said they've never witnessed any wrongdoings and the nursery seemed to be run adequately. But after Jones explained the complaints against drectorTom Logan -includingracist and sexist comments, unfair treatment of cer tain teachers, misappropiation of money, unfair hiring and firing practices, large teacher turiover,unfairvotingproceduresanddiscrepancies between the nursery's three centers parents' concerns grew. Comments such as "that's nothing short of a dictator," liht.s not fair and "We'll work within the system" flew around the room. Alienation between the teachers and Logan led James Morgese, whose daughter goes to the nursery, to suggest compiling the complaints and drafting letters to administrators, Logan and the board of directors, Morgese said there may be a problem with the nursey'. management because he once went to logan with a concern, but nothingwas ever done to solve it. "Wewent to Tom (Logan) and the place blew up," Morgese said. "It was an unbelievable mess and nothing was resolved." Michelle Ott, who sends her daughter to the nursery, said she has always been satisfied with the nurser teachers, but is concerned that teachers are leaving at a rapid rate and Logan may be treating some teachers unfairly. "We should let Tom (Logan) know that we care very much about the teachers," Ott said. h ANN bI UAA J A ,LIGAIO Chemistry professor William M. Jonss, the 1990 UF Faculty TeacherScholar award-winne, works in the chemistry lab. Chemistry professor is 'teacher of the year' y ViVIAN KATTEM Alligator Writer A UF chemistry professor said he is "tickled pink" at being selected as the 1990 UF Faculty Teacher-Scholar. "it is the highest recognition I could have asked to receive," said William M. Jones, a UF faculty member for 34 years. The recipient of the prestigious UF award is chosen by the Academic Advisory Committee, said committee member Sheila Dickison, a liberal arts and sciences dean. The committee, which consists of faculty from across campus, looks for a faculty member who reflects the best qualities of the teacher and scholar, Dickison 'aid. The committee reviews the professor's professional summary and letters of recommendation from students and colleagues -both from OF and outsle. Dickison said Jones' "highly resee Tshr, page 9 Ca nry ROSES ?bst $0 1005W, Univ. 34"TH S Plaza 373-1234 M3-1234 Alligator Advertising 376-4482 WANTED: Energetic, Responsible and Highly Motivated Graduate Student to Become a D.A.R.E. Coordinator! (Drug and Alcohol Resource Educators) Supervise D.A.RE, staff of ten students. Coordinate educational training in drug and alcohol abuse. Work with Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource Center. ** 20 hour. per week. 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ELSEWHERE Tiananmen sealed off on anniversary BEIJING (UPI) -Armed soldiers beat onlookers and threatened reporters late Monday at Beijing University, attempting to prevent a second night of defiant student protests exactly one year after Chinese troops crshed the student led democracy movement. Troops armed with AK-47 assault rifles used truncheons to beat two African students from Bunndi in the 11 p.m incident at the south gate of the walled campus, where worried officials had met through the day to assess Sunday night's apparently spontaneous demonstration Police cordoned off the 'iananmen Square's north plaza and kept pedestrians away from the monument to the People's Heroes, the obelisk that became headquarters for the student-led protests that Chinese troops violently ended last June 3 and 4. Police roadblocks blanketed the city soon after nightfall, blocking all routes to the university district in northwest Beijing. One motorist said she was stopped seven times during an l1-mile drive across town and was turned away from Beijing University. One student said department heads visited Beijing University dormitories to warn students that the "consequences would be great" if they protested again. There was no word on whether any students had Martinez announce TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -Gov. Bob Martinez surprised many political observers Monday morning by naming Monroe County Sheriff Allison DeFoor as his running mate in the 1990 Republican campaign for governor. DeFoor, 36, is a former prosecutor who also is a leading environmentalist. The announcement came at a Tallahassee hotel as Martinez officially kicked off his campaign for re-election DeFoor and the governor left after the announcement for a tour of the state, with stops planned nJacksonvilleOrlandoTampa, Miamiand WestPalm Beach. Martinez said DeFoor was chosen for the lieutenant governor's position in part because of his strident anti-drug work in the South Florida area. Monroe County includes the Florida Keys, afrequent drop area for incoming drug shipments. Barry drug trial be WASHINGTON (UPI) -The drug and perjury trial of Mayor Marion Barry began Monday with attorneys trying to select a jury to hear charges that could sink Barry's political career. Barry, whose trial begins nearly five months after he was arrested for allegedly smoking crack cocaine during an FBI sting operation at a downtown hotel, faces 14 counts of perjury, cocaine possession and conspiracy to possess cocaine dating back six years. Reporters were barred from the courtroom for the opening proceedings, which included a statement from Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson to the first of two panels of potential jurors. Barry, who for years had denied persistent rumors about his alleged drug use, was jeered by about 25 COAR front page 1 gmup, they have to play by the rules," Browme said. In a letter to Kellett, Walsh said she would continue to be COAR adviser without pay to make sure the program survives. "You may be sure that I will continue as my role as adviser to COAR even without salary if that becomes necessary, since financial remuneration has never been the basis of my commitment," she wrote. Walsh was in California and could not be reached for cornme. t Browne said SG still will pay $22,000 for COAlr. literature, guest speakers and "COAR week" mm if peer education are taken out of the group's budget EIther way, we still will have peer educatom and wel still make COAR a student gup," Banwn said. been detained for Sunday's raucous protest The Bet ing Public Security Bureau and the university foreign affairs office refused to answer inquiries Bottle-tossing protests at Qinghua and People's universities prompted uniformed police to enter both campuses, but students did not dare to demonstrate Qinghua students rained bottles on a procession of police on motorcycles, hitting at least one officer, witnesses said. People's University students dropped white paper flowers, which they said were meant to mourn those killed in Beijing last year. By morning, paper flowers blanketed the dormitory grounds The official news agency Kinhua took the unusual step of reporting the Beijing University demonstration, and suggested that "many foreign students" were among the instigators. In an editorial in MondaysPople'sDaily, theofficial Communist Party newspaper, the government acknowledged theanniversaryand warned that "stability is above everything." Students at Beijing University, which had been a center of the 1989 student movement, expressed surprise at the apparently spontaneous outburst of dissent on Sunday, which defied sten official warnings. es running mate The current lieutenant governor is Bobby Brantley, who firstannounced hisintention to run foragriculture commissioner, then decided to get out of political life The announcement by Martinez to seek another term came as no surprise. It follows months of fundraising andotheractivities that already had been going on. President Bush and other leading Republicans have already jumped on the Martinez bandwagon, though there are several challengers in the GOP primary this year, including state Sen. Marlene Woodson-Howard, of Bradenton, and former Gov. Claude Kirk. But the governor's biggest challenge comes from Democrat tawton Chiles, who polls say would defeat Martinez in the general election. Already this year, the Martinez campaign has been running television ads touting the governor's achievements in criminal justice, the environment and social issues. gins jury selection members of the crime-fighting group the Guardian Angels as he entered the courthouse. The trial began after talks between prosecutors and Barry's defense tearn failed to reach a plea bargain. The Barry camp reportedly had agreed to plead guilty only to misdemeanor charges but the prosecution wanted a felony conviction, which would make Barry ineligible to be mayor of Washington, where the soaring murder rate has been linked to crack traffic. If a plea agreement is not reached, Barry has said he feels he will be acquitted by a jury of his peers. "I think the prosecutors know that in this town all it taken is one juror saying, 'Im not going to convict Marion Barry. I don't care what you say,'" Barry said in an interview published May 30 In the Post Kellett said SG's decision will finalize where COAR receives its money. Kellett said hepomised Browne that he would start a peer education program and would try to model It after COAR's, but said he would nothireany of COAR's trained peer educators. "Well pick up the work," Kellett said. NIt's a very important and valuable program But Student Sen. 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walk draws cheers By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alhigator Staff Writer Although former U.S. Sen. and current gubernatorial hopeful Lawton Chiles was an hour late Thursday for avolunteerrally and walk through UF, a crowd of more than 130 supporters welcomed him with lasting applause and two standing ovations. Chiles returned to his alma mater hoping to gain student support for the Democratic nomination and to solicit campaign volunteers. Earlier in the day, Chiles and his running mate, Buddy MacKay. were delayed in Tallahassee after a debate between Chiles and his opponent for the nomnation, Bill Nelson. Chiles thanked the crowd for its applause and said he was glad to be back where he started I got a chance to learn politics at UF," Chiles said. Echoing his campaign promise of not accepting individual donations of more than $100, Chiles told volunteers that people count in a campaign, not just money. He said that since he campaigned in 1970 for a U.S. Senate seat, getting people to participate in his campaign has been more imporsee Walk, page 10 Ex-student loses primary bid By JOANNA GOLTZMAN Alligator Writer Former UF and Santa Fe Community College student laMonte White failed in his bid to qualify for a chance to run for U.S House of Representatives 6th Congressional District seat In order to qualify for the Sept. 4 primary, White had to collect 6,127 signatures or pay a $5,000 filing fee by noon Monday I was hoping to get the signatures, especially after being very well received by the people I had spoken with,"White said, White turned in 251 signatures to Alachua County's elections office. He also turned in signaures in Marion and Lake counties. I won't know examly how many signatures I have received itWednesday, but it'svery short of the goal," White said White said he feels that if he would have had enough money for the filing fee, it would have made a big difference. "The system favors the people who have the money," he said White said he could have acquired the necessary signatures if he had started collecting them at an earlier date. White said he is looking into the possibility of becoming a write-m candidate for this election He also said he is considering running for a seat in the Florida House of Representatives in the near future. T3-IA 4 I AS ir Ti C PIL A tN CS I LCIVI IS Ti IL I, IN II [I! BY POPULAR DEMAND N BY POPULAR DEMAND GOING FAST! ONLY 10 AAMW745 UfT Chiles' 111 SDAY. pJNK 5, 1 9.1, A1L11GATOR. 5 u

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I A.1G ATOR. rT F PDAY J1 NI S I )O OPINIONS NIMBY Not In My Back Yard. What do the St. Francis House and a proposed housing complex for the sick and needy have in common? They both have been targets of groups of "concerned citizens" who do not want the buildings in their neighborhoods. The St. Francis House provides food and shelter for some of Gainesville's homeless population. The shelter has been trying to relocate to provide food and beds for more homeless people, but every attempt to relocate has been countered by NIMBY (Not-In-My-Back-Yard) groups that say the shelter will bring transients and therefore more crime to their neighborhoods. The planned housing project for the sick and needy is being sponsored by many local agencies and has been endorsed by the Gainesville City Commission. The complex would act as a transitional house for homeless people, battered women, AIDS patients and other people working their way back to self-sufficiency. Both projects were planned for southeast Gaincsville. Residents and NIMBY groups representing that arta argue their neighborhoods already house a fair share of social service facilities. Commissioner Rodney Long, who represents southeast Gainesville, says his district is home to every social service agency imaginable, and he wants other parts of the city to share the burden. The transitional complex already has the necessary zoning to start, but Long wants the planners to hold a public meeting to hear complaints and worries from concerned citizens. We believe all citizens have a right to voice their concerns, and we applaud Long for paying attention to his constituents. And concerned citizens have the right to form NIMBY groups, especially in southeast Gainesville where many social service facilities already exist. But the ideals involved here go beyond the First Amendment. People have responsibilities and duties, as part of a community and as human beings, to help fellow citizens in need. When a long-standing, worthy project like the St Francis House cannot expand to fulfill the needs of the community because of NIMBY-group protests, everyone's livelihood is hurt a little. The St. Francis House is not a toxic waste dump, although some would like to think of it as such. Instead of pushing the project away, we suggest the NIMBY groups spend their efforts finding a suitable location for the home. We agree that southeast Gainesville should not have to sustain all support facilities, but neither should it serve only to say "go away." There are enough businesses and wealthy citizens in all districts of the county and city to provide land or housing for projects such as these. We hope some of them step forward to help. alligator Edito, Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Tracy Burlingame Opinions Editor M.D. Curnella Lter Poky LWWNi t ". NW ~d M exOn 200 *w' ~ or. *ttl We thq etlae N tmid. dmjb*pwsd -gd nn Theyd ,ct a solid nwn, aldrea nh -ti.9ans v11 lora Will NO 101111"1 0n "~t WN ~ st 4JS aM 0 vot Na ". owrw n New It dt WINWI c .dlt@ S 3?SAA5M Bush, Gorbachev sign agreements That character Gorbachev Atil loves to stop traffic in Washington. He even toses a mean horseshoe, last week's superpower summit revealed. But not to be lost amid the golf cart rides around Camp David and speculation regarding Rasa's relationship with Barbaraverus Nancy are the historic steps President Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev are taking to put the Cold War to bed and forge a new era of cooperation and understanding. Much ado was made about President Reagan's Strategic Anm. Reduction lreaty (START) in 1988. That agreement drastically reduced short-range nuclearmlaslleinEurope,ensringno Berlin-toMoscow, Mloscowtolandon fireworks. Though START was the Ant atetytoactually defusenuclearmissiles, it ws regarded as ground-breaking more because it represented a policy about-face for the Reagan adMinistration than because of its tactical signifcance. (Only 5 percent of total arsenals were eliminated.) This time around, Bush and Gorbachev have agreed on one-third reductions in nuclear force., focusing on long-range rockets and mobile missile units. These cuts admit to the futility of an attempted first strike, and represent two positive steps -one material, one philosophical First of all, dollars saved in limiting new missile production and maintaining a smaller armament will save billons for the federal treasury. Secondly, the two leaders ar to be commended for suggeting that a nuclear war isa no-win situation. Surely 10,000 missiles per side is still enough to irradiate Earth fhr eons, but a good-faith attempt to put the genie back In the bottle sends forth a meaningful message to all nations. In a separate trety, the United States and Soviet Union agreed to take steps necessary to eliminate chemical weapons fromour arseials, and to continue to work towards a world-Wide ban, already agreed on by 40 nations, The main ama over which Bush and Gorbachev are still at odds are the conditions for German Black leaders out of synch on press Editor: I am writing In response to David Padgetts May 29 letter to the editor, in which he claims that black criminals don'tget the pes About a month ago a black woms wotsaleattero TGaihe will& Bus stating that black a* James Laty IN THE LEFT LANE reunification and the Soviet Union'svise-like sanctions against a rebellious, democracy-minded Lithuania. The two did make progress in other areaN by signing a U.S. grain export agreement, and bridging the gap on Castro and Cuban demilitarization, Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union, and cultural exchanges. Bush is in a unique position to forcefully advocate what European future is bes for America. but he has been reserved, not Anting to held up other areas of progress to push for radical European political realignments benefiting the U.S. Bush wants Germany to be a part of NATO, while Gorbachev, in a shaky position at home and undestandably afraid of a reunited Germany, does not want the German government to have ful Western support Perhas the German government should decide its alignment. Gorbachev quickly forgets that his predecessors' alignment-forcing created many of his nation's present-day woes. Gorbachev also feels he has to draw the line somewhere with all this secession, and lithuania now has chalk all over its back, Though a tight-lipped, noneommltta. Bush hasfinally expressed support for LUthuanlan independence, he ls not willing to back up that support by refusing to sign a grain export accord and other ancillary treades, we urged by several congressional leaders. Bush counters that the grain agreement is in the beat interests of U.S, farmers. This Isolationist approach compromises American ideals for immediate gains. Despite our presiders partially short-sighted approach, the bet news is that regional concerns are today's superpower stumbling blocks, providing the most heated dialogue and replacing nuclear first ebike fears At banner issues of the Great Thaw. Jamse Lowy is a sac.ilar her Adtan criminals get too much piss, and that it serves to make blacks appear (falsely?) detrimental to the community. Regardless of how far backwards the press bends over to make liberalism appear creditable, minorities and minority sympathizers should attempt to overcome their hypocrisy and Iconistecy. Padgeta statement regarding all of these "intelligent and talented" black men in "ages" is the most hdicrous bit of left-wing lunacy that these Project 99 propagandists have mrme up with to date. Blackshave succeeded inirntilling an exorbitant mouWt of collectivewhiegus*,butcossidering the horrendous aim rate In inner higns,aswem asmuakwbnral ura vlou* fr too bacis In Jai Dseas L sOaides aEG Si I Ip 1d beaI16 rIMMt dr S, Enth

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PROTECT YOURSELF against AIDS: / Abstain from intercourse or have a mutually exclusive relationship with only one uninfected person f Engage in only "safer" sexual activities / Use condoms in all sexual activities / Do not use drugs or alcohol -these substances can affect your judgement and suppress your immune system / Stay as healthy as possible to keep your immune system strong. Learn all you can about AIDS today. Call: NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK F (904) 372-4370 SARS from page I of going to Mental Health Services because nothing has changed. Kellett said. The only difference is now Walsh will report to the head of Mental Health Services instead of Kellett. Because of questionable money expenditures, Kellett said SARS and Walsh will now be held accountable to Mental Health Services. Walsh was in California Monday and could not be reached for comment NI $9Q Now thiS wht we cdl Njuray this knockat deals ay at*ad SFoic -t tlck S11igOpticl AxdfW~raril~you=::iy stus yaa ned ani w .aT ERy"N in soon. B exnbyanirdeptendentm 11G is what you MUi a doctor of optometry. o I i c A & ki erprim. iOVUnEETHE nNEREuCE Even though changes may seem minimal, SARS patient and liF chemistry senior Matthew Quimn said rape happens every day and SARS program and therapists should not be limited He said administrators are behind a generation or two and don't realize how common rape is. And SARS does much more said Quin, who also works as Against Rape peer educator than just counseling, a Campus Organized "SARS has given me new hope because I'm out there helping people and in return, it helps me." Get away from it all. Just 9 minutes from campus. ___z ,/l Is Myrtle missing? Locate her in Lost and Found in the alligator classifieds. At Lake Wauburg Sailing, Canoeing and Sallboarding North Park Hours South Park Hours Thes-nr.12-7pm Thes-Thurs.3-7pm Sat-Sun .10am-7pm Fn ....12-7pm Sat-Sun. .10am-7pm Funded by te cosege of Heatnh and Human Perfmsenww and student Gov't Freo to U.F. students, staff, faculty and spouses' One lve cerd pe must be preened t gab Te Oda hl 0eO S0L btnS WpibuSe ad Mien. d dwp OPE, M11SK O 0 wCAL

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William Naldt Inato MPcand ios~es 355 rga Hall and pad or au su ad v rates 0 Crsic I alic al nat,cs ad otan tfrsann to ,tudenqs ecolly and staff Call 392 oes tor information Florida Players' Summer Repertory Opens With Comedy The UF Department of Theatres Flonda Players opens its summer repertory seasontoni htat8.15p m withaperformance of aul Zindel's dark comedy "And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little" on the Constans Theatre Stage Two. The lay, directed by theater professor David helton, continues through Thursday, June 7, and on June 12, with matinees at 2 15 p m June 22 and July 6 Cindy Lou Johnson's psychological drama "Brilliant Traces, directed by UF theater professor Stephanie Douar, is the second stage Two summer production It opens at 8 15 p m Friday, June 8, and continues June 9, 11, and 18, with matnees at 2 15 p in on June 15 and July 5. William Shakesirae comedy "Midsummrer Night's Irani opens Thursday, June 14, on the Constlans Thearer Main Stage Directed by theater professor Sandra Langsner and set in post-modern sculpture garden scenery, 'Midsummer continues June 15, 16, 20, 22 and July 5 through 7 "Darkside, "a new play by UF alumnus Ken Jones, opens on Stage Two June 19 Directed by theater professor James Wren, the drama about a mission to the moon continues June 20, 21, 23 and July 2 and 3 Schedules and tickets-56.50 for Main Stage.$5 50 for StageTwo and freefor UF students-are available weekdays at University Box Office, from 9.30 a.m. to 330 p n,. during summer. THISINEXT WEDNESDAY LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES informal discussion on recent elections in the Dominican Republic, led by FrankoyaPons, Up visiting professor of Camltnn history, noon, 37 Grinter Hall. THURSDAY NeXT COMPUTER EXPERT on hand to answer questions about NeXT products and demonstrate new systems, 11am. to 5 p.n CIRCA Dero Zroon, E520 Computer Sciences and Engineering Building. FRIDAY Up INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE, free and open to Up students, faculty, Staff and spocusaes, nlo parter needed, wear soft-soled shes. lessons given, 8 p.m., Norman Hal Gym. CONTINUING "VANISHING FLORIDA,' ae exhibit of more than 30 fib art works by Tama Be Fiber Artist' League members, F oda's.dagemd pint aend .Mia tl = i4, Exh"b Hall Florda utastdNituuawl~ory. Jones Highest Honoi Dr Wllian Jones, professor of chemistry, has been named the 1990 Umversity of Florida Faculty Teacher-Scholar Selected by the University's Academic Advisory conrmttee, based on recomendations from students, faculty, academic directors and deans, the Faculty TeacherScholar Award is given annually in recognition of excellence in teaching and distinction in scholarship The award is the highest honor bestowed upon a Uf faculty member and is a recognition of the qualities most valued by the University "W are lad to have the opportunity to honor professors of this caiber 'UP President John Lombardi said, "Such excellence and dedication in teaching illustrate a commitment to the University and its students." Jones came to the University of Fonda in 1956 as an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry He previously UF, Univer sity Of Agreement For Foi This spring UF Intenn Provost Gene Hemp and Rainer Sprung, rector of the University of Innsbruck, Signed a Friendship Treat a symbolic reco nation of the long-standin relationship betwee, the t rvuniversities The agreementalsowas approved by the Austnian government, which normally only allows reach itritution to have a formal agreement with seven forein universities UF will be the eighth institution with which innsbruck has an agreement This is the 12th year that UF has been local affiliated with the University of New Orhlans-lnnsbruck International Summer School. Over the years, nearly 600 Flonda students and a number of faculty have participated in the popular program. Last erUFandtheUmversityof rnbru 7 roaaed ayr-long exchangeof students and faculty. As a result, Andrea Diaska from Innibruck is attend UF as a graduate student in English, Brian Caron, a UF graduate student in German and Slavic Studies, is in Inubruck, Irfo ml exchange of faculty between the two universities has been ongoing. Is For WA h 1990 UF Teacher-Scholar, Faculty WILLIAM JONES Chemistry Professor Honored For Teaching, Scholarship ss taught chemistry at the University of Southern California Jones received his Ph D in chemistry in 1955 from the University of Southern Califorima, a master's in chemistry in 1953 from the University of Georgia and a bachelor's, also in chemistry, in 1951 from Union University, Innsbruck Sign reign Study Program UIIISledFrost Gan Nosy CON land UaIuest of Inabruck Reker Raiser Snmg sFriendship Traty. The exchange Program is coordinated by the College of Liberal Ats and Seences, under the dhection of history professor Julian Pleasants. Construction Projects At Libraries East And West Will Improve Service This summer's relocation of books in University Libraries will result in icreased shelving in Library Wilt and a more straigtforward arrngment of books in Libraries East and'Wet in the fall. However, library users be Inconvenienced during the o and renovation period. At present, many books in LiA East have been moved to another loca n in brEast or to another campus flrary. LUOS (Users Irtdmatdon Service) records hav been updated to reflect the moves. A 60to 90dyconstdruction plact scheduled to in L ibra in =1 July, will in remn Interior hu an d in shelving for the humanscience wiCollections. Each mor than, mile of additional shelv is needed at UP to house new books and journals acquired for the humanitie, and social fences alone. When the cuarrangmsibuction pull KUMM o Wst will ho. =d l miakrco Smnt -i nm r~s md eal, in addition to the general social science and huanie collection. East will house the special and resaic collections (Archives, Baldwin, Belknap, Florida History, Rae Books, Judaica and lAtin American) and the tape library. In the meantime, Fagling service, e radaiable for material that are not acet ble. Seating areas, though reconfgured, will remain limited, but some new ara.s will be created. Advance Registration For FaNl Starts Today Advance registration fo fall ad for students attending Sumimer A and C terms wlh be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p. today Friday in the basement of TIge Hall. 2Segitmes Office persomel and c los will be on hand to assist students with registration. Students with queston about advance regiaaion can Call the Regtrr. Office, The UihgM7y of FlodL Is = Equal Oppchuty/AffiruaNiv A do lstutio Members + A Distinguished Service Professor at UF, he served as chairman of the chemistry department from 1%8 until 1973. During the past 34 years, Jones has played an active role in Umversity activ ties by serving on more-than 20 committees and advisory boards in such areas as inter collegiate athletics, finance and budget, administrative searches, sponsored research, academic personnel, graduate studies, library facilities, purchasing and universities. He uxnti serves on the Title IX Co-ittee for dercollegiate Athletics, the University Purchasing and Personnel Task Force and the University Gifts Committee Jones is a member of the national Committee on Science and an associate for the American Chemical Society's Committee on Professional Taining. Ue is also coordinator for Ornic Symposia for the Pacific Basin Cogr chair of the Ndtroleum Research d Advisory Board anid chair of the Ndalgcoca Syposia Co ittee for the Con tt on Scieance. He has served on the editorial boards of the Imal of O taxn Cdirs and Chemial Reews ad has publish over U) articles and cientific works in refereed national and international journals 1990-91 Campus Directory Changes Due By July 3 The 1990-91 campus telephone directory beinaupdated, and all departments have asked to send directory additions or corrections by July 3 to the a rpriat offices ted below. ntal rpNentatives should ca review liu in both the blue and wh sections the directory and report charge sto the appropriate office. Each person responding is asked to indude his or her name and telephone number. Deans, department chairs and diractors h e -recefred da requesting updated Information in the following ara: BLUE ODUCTION PAGES AND OFFICE DIRECTORY-Check all listings under which the depatment might be included. For example, the Center for Real Estate mht be found under "Center," "Business Admlnlstralcan, College of' and "Real Estate. Mia clagem O additions and send to Cndy cmen, 141 StadIum West. COURTESY LISTINGS IN WHITE PAGES-This section includes retired faculty member. and other univerlrelated persons who are not cure state funded. This Information should also be sent to Cindy McMlien, 141 Stadhim West. FACULTY AND STAFF LISTINGS (white pages)-Contact Pnang and Records in esn el Divisions 39429 Stadium West. This laidd changes in the Heah Sedne Cader ad IFAS STUDENT USENlGS-8udt Ldin an provided by the Rqkitrar' Office from ffsualo gat d during fal regIstration. Sihts with address or phone numbr char" should fil out am addmsdsq. form at tte Rqtra's Of fine, 34 Tlgeart H as .s o s pst Questions 8ad1ig os dktmry If at or o y orueshoul be direcled k at 392-M.

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TEACHER from page 3 garded research and dedication to undergraduate teaching" were key factors in his selection. Jones, nominated by chemistry department Chairman Mike Zerner, consistently has received good student evaluations, said John A Zoltewicz, head of the organic chemistry division and a colleague of Jones' at UF for 27 yeart "He certainly is one of the best teachers in the chemistry department," Zoltewicz said. Jones was chosen as a finalist for the Teacher of the Year award in 1981 and won Department Teacher of the Year in 1985. In 1989, he received Blue Key's Distinguished Faculty Award and recently was promoted to Distinguished Service Professor of Chemistry. Jones is respected and well-liked by students, Cannon said. She said students come to see him often, and he helps. Jones received his master's degree tron the University of Georgia in 1953 and his doctorate from the University of Southern Californiain 1955, wherehe began his teaching career before coming to UF In addition to teaching, Jones has served on several UF committees and has remained active in research, publishing more than 100 articles in science journals. "He's unusual because he's so excited about what he's doing that it's contagious." said Rhonda Trace, a graduate student who has been a member of jones' research group for more than five years. TUESDAY, JUNE 5 I990, ALUGAIOR, 9 "He is very dedicated to his students," Trace said 'Forus, as his graduate students, his policy has always been, 'come see me anytime "He cares about us as persons, not just as students," said Tanja Omrcen-Vondracek, a graduate student from Yugoslavia. She said many graduate students frin foreign countries miss their parents, but it helps knowing that Jones is always there for them In addition to recognition, Jones received an honorarium. Sn k $22 So .IN Sfa I Yew, 199.00 An MLw sif Sfl 3 Week, of taninq 375-540D No =91-10n~q.Wi 400.0yc PIM th & u",~ N11K1' 1. ."1il I f0' 4I *FlS.1 V A 9 tV;. 1W SALAD BAR & HOT BAR FOR LUNCH 11-4 L Saladand Hot B! j i LnS nLya Lunch Special1 DON'T GET FOOIID AGAIN Bring your car to the auto repair center I students prefer. Haney's Automotive offers quality at a great price. 1S% Discount on all parts & labor foreign or domestic car with this coupon (excluding ad specials) -_ -Seat Any Estimate We will beat any bona fide estimate by 10% Specials Aliens Computer Diagnosis w/printout. Front Brake Special Oil Lube & Filter Change S19.95 537.95 59.99 Today's Technician for Today's Cam I HANEY'S I AUTOMOTIVE 1410 SW 13th St L" (Acroshom Ats) ----371 01 --.--.--

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I V AIlATIR. ITESDAY JUNE .19 Ci's from page I which is always an advenhire [lie Gaiesville C. founded in I1)82, i I111 chain's first restaurant When Steven and John Carta bought the CQ's franchise from the torporaflon in December 1986. they signed a $147,270 promissory note saying they would pay $1,933 HAIR AFFAIR i First Time I Wash-N-Wear J Perm Special 2 (tong hair extra Wnh coupon) -We oa-,bred-N ills WET CUTS S6I -Long Hai, ExIra 992 oflNom N IN TUESATlk A 37$-2472 7 am6 Pan/ THE MONKEY is back Real 60 oz PITCHERS Lite $ 2.25 Lowetibrau 7PM -Close Everyday $2.95 Pitchers 3PM -7PM 99 House Brands 3 -close daily Sangria on tap Iluiy I unh & Dinner Spetais 17O2 W Unm, (2nd hnow Ut Ptuai S74,1184 WI MYERS SERVICE CENTER Oil and Fit., SI.U Minor Tune Ups 4-cylinder $24.16 6-cylinder $23.74 (some models sii9htly more) Foreign Car Tires Special Sale Price on Supo & Cressida Tres. Call and ask about Our low pricesil 3411 N. Main Terr fn" M-F 7f4M a Show your Student 0 and get 5% on a compaits sat of ins a mon i B according to the lawsuit, they didn't pay in January, March, April or May )0 Calico Jack's Inc eleted to make the (arlas pay the note's full bjlaince, $116,435, immediately Steven and John Carla could not he reached for coniilit Monday lhe sheriffs office will hold the equipment unil Thursday, giving the Cartas a chance to repay the debt If they don't, the materials seized go to Calico Jack's Inc. as partial repayment. Calico Jack's Inc also plans to foreclose on the property and IiqUor licenses The property is worth about S60,000, according to the lawsuit. If the value of the materials and property seized isn't enough to cover the debt, the company is asking that the Cartas be forced to pay the remainder, said Richard fee Barrett, attorney for Calico Jack's Inc WALK from pe 5 tant than receiving corporate donations "If we can sign up one million people, I don't care how much money we'll raise because the race is over," Chiles said "People are participating." Before Chiles' speech at the Reitz Uion, Student Body President Michael Browne. Florida E Blue Key President Kelley Geraghty and Browne's education executive director Randy Shanafelt who leads "Students for Chile&" -voiced their support for Chiles. After the speeches, Chiles and MacKay walked through UF, followed by supporters holding signs such as "Hispanics for Chiles" and "Graduate Students for Chiles. The walk ended in Shands Hospital's pre-natal clinic. ar THEY'RE ON THEIR WAY. .. So. Y STE EDI The New Student Edion will be distributed during the week of August 20th, 1990 to over 5,000 new students and thousands of returning students. This means 5,000 NE customers for your business. Publication Date: Aug. 20, 1990 alli ar T TI1 DEADLINES: Is .d Jun is. 1 iou 2nd Deadline ..JTw. July 3, IM.7% dlermw 3d Dondine .tVhd. Jy 11, IM. .5% 1. 41h Dnd. ..hd.JsSa .No bogM OAKS IMLL COPY.Jl is, las (Na*W ns adeadnot dnisous diy.) AifitinaI Dhclsmtn t. .. n .-.C allieill by illM lie sfae 5% .Camter-s.dy hd. q NWe Clieso Advertising 376-44U2 ..ADVERTISE in the a. \ V

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In The Pines Spacouv 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartment & Iownhouses Convenient 0 UF/Shands 2 pok tennis cat weigh" room sauna 2 laundry rooms Ask about bdr spals $400 ofi 373-3371 205 SE 1ith Ave 1/2 rile cast or Man St ItP 9-B, Sat 1OS Sun 124 Village; West Ouet I Ad on cus s00 c I story, no noisy neighbor, above' goo NW 8 Ave Take 9 St N Irok 16 Ave I 371 7777 6 It S 2 Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bIt, just 3 bIkm N 01 UF, very, very nic 414 NW 14 Si Coll lego Park Properties 371 7777 6-14 5 THE TOWERSIP Soar about th. mundane See UF from private balcony newly rerg valed I bodrma 207 NW I it, ST 371 7777 Center Court. very nice 2 bd, walking dilance to UF. 1210 NW 11 Ave Dish washer. cent air Oftice 411 NW 15th St 371-7777 6 14-5 2 Available now, SW 2bdr apt, porch, cn rng fans, dishwasher, c1 HIA, near bus $375. including water 373-0701 6 19Windmeadows Apis bdr'2 ba $41m + desp avail Aug 1 336 7652 1v me, Sage 6 148-2 A clean 2b ideal for couples/seolus Stdents $290/mo ict water & garbage 4013 NW 12th Tsrr Apt S Call 378 7456 or 375 SSt 6 9-2 Mill Run, SW 20 A.2 br froM 5375 Call 334-766, 1 S daily Casablanca West, 2735 SW 35 P 2 83 br $475 LS5 372 6637 1 5 daily Greenwich Green & other rentaels avai Call 371 -100 *-5-4-2 Students only Studio 8200 ISUR $225 turn and partfurn Sounewithall utilties373-563SAMtoM10PM 6-742 Available now, House/duplex 4 be 2 bth, 3928 SW I Sth St., frees, fireplace, central heat/air. 050/mo Carl 376-6153 leave message 0-21-5-2 3 weeks r"c rent if you sublet a 2er/lba apt wihe opt Or renew for fall Call 3361613 $260mo 6-7-2-2 $I MOVE-1N SPECIAL Spacious I and 2 Bedroom, Pool. Tennis, Sauna, Gym and more, STONEMWO APT 3800 SW 34th St 375 I $21 Wfar valid I. quall"fed appicetion only S 20-19-2 BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS I A 2 bdr by UP. College. View Apt 1105 NW 3rd Ave. 371-7777 6 21-0-2 SW VILLAS -Available now, large I BR wtI walk-in oloact, barbeque, some Millties paid S240 TUMBLING CREEK -Bike to campus trom this I BR bal oy apartment, lusI pointed. coin sundry, dishwsshcr 5275 PHOENIX -Upstairs 2 BR aparerhl. dish washer. hook-ups .mini's, carp.e 8310 SUGARFOOT OAKS -incredible bargain 2 BR/I 1/2 BA, breakfast bar. dishwasher hook-ups. some utilities CId $325 SOUTHWOOD -Like nlw spacious 28AMi 1/2 BA, deck with prIvasy len, hock-ups 8400 W MERSPECMI Get a,, "ile is IWAtbyUFI POOL$71-07. --126-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. LO 2bdr/1ba apt. ac, sundry Clilmg ian $325jmo, */nsw carpet $340, avail now & Aug 2023 SW 371h Way 375 798 6 / MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Leas.,Rvntto owl. 2bdrI1 12 b ,a nced newly painted, central air, pots Ok Winrdnidows. 371 9145 or 373-8549 6 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Summer I -option or Fall: own bed. room in rIce house in NW Aic Wood liocra, Calling Ieo, huge yard, 10 min walk to OF 1136 + a/4 l. Call 37B. Sublet atroom, Windmsadows Apt Summer B if July 31. $200 mc + 1/4 util call 336-0397 6-12-6-4 Sublet rm summer B 35 mo 114 ui l Huge 4 bd/2 be turn hee. A/C, wash/dry, 5-7 min bike to UF 376-7700 0-5-4-4 Sublease aval May-Aug Town. Parc apts Fully turn 4 bds avail Only $150 + uil or 6350 for elf Call 336 470s .nd Iv mees Avail mmd 6-5-3 4 OXFORD MANOR -FREE May AentIll Name Prical Own rm A bth Call Wendy 3SMO 65-3.4 SUBLET 2td/l1be apt. End 0f June Aug Just 2 Blacks from UF Call 336 7801 6.7.4-4 Subleae a 2bdr Mtn Apt at Park Place 8490 per month for fall and spring Vary spacious and modern Call 335 4006 6 Sublet starting aug, l.re 1 bd, 4 bike from UF, wood floor, upslars qu 'at $210. call 335-7776 after 5. ask for Tripp S ROOMMATES Rmmt Summer B, F N/S, no pets. Oxford Manor, turn private bdr/ be. util mcl 8350 for 6 wks, Call LeAnne 813-531 810"0 -14-10-5 Responsible nts fem needed for own br e bae n 3 bde/ 2 be mobile home, scurly y, "l.t area Avail fall reg 336-5240 0-19-11F nmini needed for 4 bd/2 be urn condo by Oas Mall Wash/dry securly system $200/mo A spill electricity 335-4298 610-10. Live in the country W/ your horse. NIS F rmmt. to share 3/2 on 5 acrs ri wool ot Oaks Mal Cent air/hat. riding arena. rfe avail July 1, 8170/mo + 1/3 u eI 472-4624, 6.5-6.6 ***fl*LOOXE**2 rm avall in big 3 bdr house. Jacl. fncd yd, study Pets ok. 8158170/mo, split uIPI 33604830*nnfl*se 6-5-5-5 N/S for own room in Hr SW house w/d fenced yard 5 min UF/Shanda 8135 + 1/3 ullI SH-l914. 0-5-4-5 "OWN ROOM" $150 25/mo but nog + 114 utileiles, avail summer and/or fall. F/N/S call 336-3834 5-7-5-5 N/S Rmmlt wanted Own room, fully lurn beautiful apt w/ pool, patio a morel $300 fin, rent, flec. A turn PlCaddilly Apis Call Richard 0 335-5504 6 7-5-5 MILL RUN N/S rmmt for own room needed for Fall Irn, with wa/dry 8219/mo+ 1/2uti Call Timat33 -5457 Envlr.conacious W/F 4 huge ym in be I2DA house .btlk b UFwood floorssun deeMsum. B en160 1/4 util + de" ISl-4S. 6-74-6 Quiet,s rmm. wanted for turn apt near law gch. (Camelo 80,mi. Call John 370-0614 eves. 8-14-0.5 ROOMMATES RmmTneeded to share 2b1t ba $130 ro 1 2 1Il Ask for Jim 335 4644 6 7 4 5 Looking for a lem non smoker who .s qiit and very studious 'lo'All end spring in Rocky Pont 2 bed 2 both, balcoy entire pond view no PeW Ca soon Lanie 335-7449 220 00 a month 6 7 4 5 OXFORD MANOR NS/F wanted summer Surn own room/bath washer dryer rapt liable er, 11/2 utrilies Call 373 7504 8-7 4Need hrm NOW In Spyglass, wdth'dry own hard/bath 224 To .deposit Ca' I and leave message 335-5742 6 5 3 5 MjF n/, own room in 3bdr/ ba house $150/mo, I/ uri, fall option, 338-1858 6-7-4-5 Roommate wanted 2 BR 2 1/2 Bath, washer-dryer, fans, 200 per month and deposit Nonsmoker, No pets 335 3889 6-14.5-5 F pOlbAC student seeks rmin for FALL Will relocate Pr.er clean NS 375 5658 6-7 3 5 Need im rmMt to share 2 bdr /I V Zinn after 1/I/g $250/m .112 util ph cable Pats ok. I have a dog Call 136 8522 6 7.3 5 F ASlor own m in2 bdrll ba hae 1'2 blk form Up $172 ./2 Sum a Jul '91 Fun neighborhoodI Jr/sr pref 371-0100 6-7 3-5 Cool. liberal f/m for own room in hos/Se 2 blocks to uf $1 70rMO & 113 uhl should like smokers, cat, & music 375 1274 aft Spin 6 5-2 5 Roommates Wanted Now tospil $350,mo duprlx plus unlihtes Washeridryar includedI 3328718 2243 SW 70 Tar, No pets 0 21-7 5 F rmet needed tor own room/bah hor $175 or Own 0om share bath $150 n nice NW home wftenced yd Avail8/I cel13731529 6 7-3 5 MARCHWOOD -nor 3bd/2b5, wa/dry Poolaid., tong term renter preferred S226 + 1/3 111 Call Albert 335-3834 67-2-5 OXFORD MANORF roomMIate eeded o sub for Summer 8 own bed/bath washed r Call Lisa 373 7292 6 12 3-5 OXFORD MANOR !/rmmt needed to sublet ai sorI Summer Bown baribato Furnished CALL CARRIE 375'1056 6-12 3-5 The Gardensi mT for 2fd,2 1i2 ba Wirhs*. furn, poOl, W/d r ar Af5c/ul S185/mo 1/2 ui Now-Aug IS Mr chelle 332-3696 6-19-5-5 HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, studious rommtit needed in FALL for large bdr in 2bdr'1ba apt overlooking pond $197/mo 371 6887 6-14-4-5 Serious student. own room, for sun. M.rltalt. $180 1/2 ulil Less than I ml form UF Ron 373-3332/374-5768 115 NW 7th Terrace 607-2 5 F NS lor July Iat Share 2 bedfm SW spi $167 50 rnm plus hall utli Skylight. Washer Dryer Call Carol 336-9242 tOday 6-144S SUBLET Summer B Furnished Apt own room I/2utihities $225 50 MO Brandywine Apartment$ 374-4925 6-19-5.5 M/F own room in a 4 BR house 2 blocks to CAMpus $145-mio + TS to carport, woofaloor, fireplace 336 0507 Iv miesage 6 7-2-5 2 rOme for SIb0.61 + 1/4 util avaIl June I. wash/dry. nw home. close to UF 335-201 867-4.5 ClsItiued ai. COIIIniJnd on next OWg. ml [7-1

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ROOMMATES .s I + r 4 .r ,L n o Sn oio sec do 3I I 1 1 F f 6 FOR SALE tYPF SF r IF P Varityper 5410 2 Di), a ives 2 irmcarisseos 2 lflm cannisters V [oy I cnnOrtrnred Unused in past Y y's 'cried 1 o, small ryposetting ohs Good machine I or small type shop Sys rem includes 3 rois 6 in RC irm A 6 font disk s $3 500 080 Call The Alligalor at 311 9926 Tor more Into Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more brands .re all at our New LocalionI Car Steren Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 3722070 8 20 ?5 8 MICRO CEN tER Computers 376 1146 Editor' s choice CompuAdd Norigale I H P Price same or lower then mail order Systems below include Tmb 40mb 121m nrrh cs monitor MC ?M 12 $1 195 Packard Bell 5rI9S MC 386S $1495 Norlgate 386'20 $2399 ED 26 ispiop w ho A battery 51999 CompuAdd S10 w 20mb I graph ICs moniTor $970 1 A 3 year warranties Onst ewar anes Panasonic 180 printer $ 185 HP Laser Jel l ip $1049 3743WA University Ave 0-9 25 5 FUTON & FRAME From only 5200se Call A 373 3127 7 3 12 6 Crimestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Do tectops Sherwood Sensun Sony Orion Bazooka Home or Car Stereo We Beat All Prices 373 3754 A 9 2458 Handcrafled Wooden birdleeders Dilter ent sizes aalable $5 to $15 each Free seed with the first two sold Call J A between 7 pm and 10 pm 375-1935 6 19 4 6 Microwave like new, and five speed blender ton sale $100 for he parr lOf Is considered) call 377 3441 anyliore 286 COMPUTER 12 mar, 49 MR harddrive, 5 1/4 and 3 1/2 floppy drives 14" VGA color monltor, 1 yr ware, Di 3.3. MicresofI Works Doa Shel Only 51798 ELITE 335-1300 Salary Audio C Caine sviiles newest 9 fin est in car audio, cellular S security Custom mnstalion A repairs 336 1128 6 21-1005 WORD PERFECT 5.1 Studenl/FsCully Price 6135 Call ELITE 335-1300. 7-3-10-S Music Sell Immedietely plane tIcket Is Boston oneway $70 and couch for $0 call nighia 336-7732 CAR ALARMS installed remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed wilt demo Call 336-910 student Iv message. 8-20-21 6 Pair of Mustang GT seats, thess seats are out or an SO and are new Red w/adj thigh support S power Lumber $450 olo Call Vince 335 4540 6-5-3-6 Moving. must still Beige couch in great cond .desk, 2 small dressers A 2 twinhid-awoybeds Call 375-2216 c1er 4 6-14-6-6 oeen waterbed wibcokcase and mirror headboard, eke conE. 8175 000 3561206 65-3-6LOTUS *0-SPEED. gold wlblus trIm, Suntour components, very good conditionI120 Call Drew at 376,. *5-3-6 Sony COX-A 10 disekry dlakohanger holds 10 cia 8350, Ale S tour' azon" sub lera $250. Cal Vlgnce 331-4341. S-i3 Mfiecles. W.,aed 8,US.ea.t. i Senen. Call Dale UflUSE. 663-6 For 55)e Germ Sao R* u, Ceow, call 3n-dt S S JVC sla sp.sd gg a$I ida&w.ig seddc S el -.60. Cdl I -IS lv. heis, 6-744 FOR SALE I HAVE It R iF IC a it-' -, ,i v rp ci oil IU dark $'" 000 d'id,0 i I. S5 Oak dresser $80 son Cn 319 D95 I 3 3 6 For Sale 2birds Irnc ba, iuvrcr I2 "D, Desk $20 Ohio Call Al 3// 22J3 Ieavi messIe 1 2 5 6 Desk FREE wall unit sol ;10 dbl bed 5)00 eog Moving Wed May 30 Call 371 4983 Lv Msg 6 29 1 6 Must sell Hand led CowureS I dusky I peachiront .accessories Very Tame 335 2922 ask or Karen $450 6 5 3-6 SALEi'" Loveseat $90 Twin bed $60 1 speed bike $80 color TV t9 in $80 All in groat shape call 335 9248 6 7 4 6 42Connelly trick ski Trick rope Med women esull 373 9589 6 12 4 6 Furnilure 4 sale I xcellenr condiio'i couch leather cnair Colie table etc Call now leave message 335 3780 Prices negoc 6 21 74 sale a Zenith terminal, Vax Compatible With modern $400 or best ofler call 335 92486 872 6 Cuean waserped. bookcase head, 6 drawer pedeslaf. shoels $150 obo En tar ainmenI center. $50 19' CA color TV, $100 335 6143 6-19 5-6 CANNONDALE SROO 12 speed racing bike58cm Grealconditon wilh pump and water botile 5350 ask for Alan 375 8869 6 14 4 8 MUST SELLIFi White orvica edroom in ni lure and full size bed Call Lisa 373 7292 6 12 3 6 MOVINGI Must sell full size bed, inen stand, dresser Wi mirror shelves, desk v/ chair, lamps, TV stand Call Carris 375 1856 6 12 36 WATERSHED oaucn Sem waveless wepadeslal drawers $130 and solid dresser $75 negotiate call now 332 5536 6-3 1 6 2 pC so-set, $180, 2 On size waterbeds, 15/a, 2 desk., $90/4 cheSt, $75. nighistand. $45, all good shape all S Neg call 335 0355 Please leave message 619 50 VW Rabbi! 81 (new ties, sunroof) $800 Desk chairbacse (from Door Store) $150 Tet 336 8209 6 12 3-6 GRADUATING MUST SELLI Queen waterbed w/s drawers Heater and liner included 115ee 375-7458 6-7-2-6 200 lbs assorted weights and 2 brand new cast iron N obs all in great cendidln $40 ob call Chris at 372-6024 0-7-2-6 sansll kin 550 degres max Great for timo and copper enamel 06 4 scan design desk 8 op shelf $80 *3"a3'' shelbdeskdrawers combo $40 3727520 or 377-1238 to se 6-19-6-6 STAY COOL with a gret air-conditioner Quiet. 20,000 TUs $I,0 OBO Call 373-710 6 195-8 7 REAL ESTATE Duplexr sale2 bed, 11/f ba1n, PIoaAl.alose tao ue, .k ena, m Larry 7 Nieat-e 4 1-800-34445k4. 4.21-7-7 Asaue I f/i %. Onr $310e PA. Aderetle a esaiaja I by -leto Inn sky lIght, laundry ra, stage, am2 woods A Aflea. EveAhlwfnd 874-4 or IU.-47flt 64.3-7 ZW/2b in Srandywin. FPsy murihd. I A We 10 4: me0 ala 1W. kbw. NAge dI00. AMeruas -3g.t lene S .W. 47 -4=G -~ltea Sq bor WIs C. Upar Oo. apgshj.%.gp left, ~ 1efirm SIP t'I MOTORCYCLES '980 Suuk GSSl0 I rYr M lase Runs and oaks grea Inc G carry no case Aw heIomners Asking 1595 332 9240 6 5 58 GS450GA 1982 Suzck moorcy clI Great shape low miles Like new many extras $1400 Call 377 /543 6 22 7 8 Orangeand Blue Insurance now covers motorcyclesI low rates low payment s safe rider court; taste drive ihDru se vice 377 2277 5-21-01988 Honda Elite 50 for sale Crea for getting around on Campus, gruel cond helet A scooter $600 Call anytime 3369422 5-3* 3HONDA ELITE 80cc why walk when you can ride? ONLY $500 call MIKE 373-0732 Iv ag 6 5 3-8 1986 Kawasaki KE100 Enduro, perfect lor campus parking, runs great w/hein, $500 080 335-9557 5 19 5 8 1981 Yamaha Seca rebut engine iF met Asking $800 1248 6-14-4-8 050 low miles with new rear lire A hel Call Travis at 375Need to place a Classified ad? Too lazy to do It? Good Newel You can do it by phone if you hae a MasterCard or Visi Call 313-FIND 9 AUTOS I9 Volvo 22S wagon Rebuilt engine goal coritIon nseide and out, roof rack While we red ins A Coal classic 800 330-0610 0-5-590 SUZUKI SAMURAI 87, soft top Perfect condition Must sel Call 375-0394 6-5-9 Jeep CJr Laredo *0. motor 82, Black, Hardtop. Bikinlitp. $2980. Graduating student Calt New 378-4141 Albert 6-75.9 ORANGE AND BLUE INSURANCE low rstea, low payment. fast drrve-lhru service. as habl espanol 37-2277 377CARS We care 1-12-6.0 1077 very tires 0732 t i IL M" CHEVY MALIBU clean, looks good, runs great new stereo V-A must see call Mike 373lv mig 8-5-3-9 ARE YOU UNDER 21? Head to Aly Katz on Wednesdays. 9 pm -close is College Night. $8 per person Indudes: unrilimited bowling, shos.mnigfil and a hot dog orpretzl w/a medium soda. Bring a friel KM A M~ats Aw 'Kim $5 Hkrcut $20 Pet (Cml or lad iaHI-Uteg 535 SpA Pem sice' S3sa ep III is *a AUTOS H 1 I I', I 9s 2 Isa ,' i n eqi F, f 0k; A r1 F ood $800 oI q, I R Son3 73512 6 12 4 1965 MAZDA GLC ver 2 r hatch back only 4t1 mIles 40 mpg ste reoncasa, rnew battery & alternator RUNS GRFAT, $2200 OBO 336 82t I leave message 6 7 29 Ford LTD 1979 perfect and b pas, pw new ires Mus sell $900 please call after 5pm or wkends 376 2051 6 7 2A De sun Pickup Truck 72 runs good low mileage 500 sbe call 336 4176 6 ?4 4 9 79 Deatsun 210B Hatchback wagon 4 d Greel deal for around own Priced sell $900/obo Call now 332 5536 6 12 3 9 78 Chevy Malibu Classic, alc cruise a most new ire and battery, $700 call 37 7 6510 6-1239 75 BMW 530p automatic orea alloy wheels. super stereo main ai ned nicely, priced to sell $3500 o bo 373 6968 Iv mess 8-19 5-9 1986 Dodge 150, -spd, black, in good shape,. 2900. 402-2902 6 12-3 9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GLD. Gems, Class Rings ETC Top $ or trade Ozzire' Fire Jewelry 373 0243 8-20 25-10 College nighI at Alley Kalz Every Wed rom 9 -closing S8 per student includes unitlrtd bowlMig, shoe, minigoil A a hot dog or prefei w/ a Med soda Don't miss Ifi m7 S.-0 WANTED Will pay dollars lor one answered CHM ZO4 Lab Manual Call alter 5 00 378 '515067 310 ni tennis player seeks same for practice 2xfwk 375 8858 6 5 2 10 $7 001h private Iroo fr physics jab. 3055L/3056L MUSI have mae an A in hase courses within the 1st ? yVs Neped NOW! 377 0900 85 110 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage ai 1-15 A NW atlh Ave near Oaks Mail resa, 5 X ISS1x 20 from $20 10% disc to students 332 8917 8 2025 11 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NWP I h Ave 372 1Wa MCVISMnSrLurance Free Prnegncy Teat Member National Abortion Fedetation 8-20 25 11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Get confidential testing and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0811 B** GATOR MOVING ** Ful/Ssrv NoVISloragePacking I iterHs Full DaysEves Long dig 's'a'" Harl"l 374-4701 S-20 25 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM ls SorSa boarding woodser facIitiea hay ?ides panic* sas 6 Working students aocePte 40-3221, 375-606O r ---i Ii I i I I I I I I II 11111 e I I I II

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Must be available Summer fal AlA EOE AVON 375-f7l Sell Avon Full or Part-lime We Train Brefit insurance. 1-20-25-13 Excellent Summer Jobi Earn an easy $5Ihr plus bionus with our outdoor marketIng ten5-9 pm/flex sched Mike 336-3121 6-7-8-13 NOHN SCHOOL STUDENTS A YOUNG ADULTS It you ar 16 y.ara or older wok pet-time. Earm tow 8SM. n ree-s partaloon eceseary. Call Jim at the Tampa Tribune, 338-04U3 btwn, loam S.i-7-2-13 Part time sell Gator Lager Beer I-Shirts. llne, O gift Items, Call collscr lor cala174incom; details Mr Burrer, 407-423 HELP WANTED EARN $35 This wee IS110thi manth now donars *I I ns coupon Study while you done. or watch Vdos Free Parking Games villo Blood Plasma Centor Est 1969 238 SW 4Ah Ave -378 0431 S Th 8 7 F. 8 5 Set A-2 8 20 25 t3 Need 15 bucks today? An dasy. relaxing way o pick up cash all that's required is a plasma donation We pay $15 for your rat 4 donations & special bonuses enabling you to earn up io $115 a month Come in lodayl Alpha Plasma Ceners 9 SW It St Gainesville 378,9204 0-20-23-13 FOOD. FOLKS A FUNR JoIn the crew at McDonaid'e, part-time, full-time A be teen class-time. stop in awyiiMe 57-4I3 FRESHMEN/HEALTH MAJORS tive-ir Attendant needed. Call Lisa at 378-7474 M-F, 5-5. 7-10-1-13 Are you graduating? -We are seeking honest. reeonalbe, hand working People to tRin for manageral positions Great saeley, great benefits. and greet opportu nlties. Call 3710854 If interested 0-7Experienced riders to exercise. ride horses Pays expees Call 472-3777 Clamifleds. Continued on next page. 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TUESDAY. JUNE 5,. 99,. A1GATOU. 15 Golfers seek first title in 17 By EFF MORIARTY Alligator Writer WINTER HAVEN -'s finally here The four days and 72 holes the UF men's golfteamhas been thinking, talking and dreaming about for years have arrived. The Gators hope to bring home the NCAA Division I championship for the first time in 17 years. They are one of the favorites at thechampionship. Wednesday through Saturday in Tarpon Springs And the Gators feel they have the best team in the country. "I feel iwe play up to ourability, nobody can beat us." seniorDudley Hart said. "We are such a good team that I don't see how we could play bad. For us to lose the NCAA's, somebody is going to have to beat us. Thirty of the best teams in the country -especially Arzona State and Oklahoma State -will be trying to do just that. The latest GoAfiveek/Taylor Made rankings have Oklahoma State at No. 1, Arizona State second and UF third. For most of the season, UF held the No. 2 spot, but ArizonaState edged ahead after UF played poorly in several late-year tournaments. UF's late-season slump can be attributed to the absence of Hart, sidelined with a stress-fractured rib. No one, not even Hart, knows how it happened "Were a little bit nervous," assistant coach Jim Kelson said. lHe's going to play, but probably not at 100 percent." The NCAA Championship will be the last for most of the Gators and is something they feel they could have won since 1988, the year UFcoach Buddy Alexander came to Gainesville. That year, the Gators were winning the tourney with only nine holes left to play, but finished fifth after throwing away some shots on the final nine. They had a years UF golf coach Buddy Alexander could be all silts after the 1990 NCAA Championship. similar experience last year. 'The first year it almost actually happened when we didn't expect it," Alexander said. "last year, we were seeded third and felt we had a pretty good chance to win, but finished 11th. This year is going to be the third moment of truth." N Senior Chris DiMarco has won five tournaments and has eight top-en finished this season. He is a candidate for the College Player of the Year. B Dudley Hart has been the most consistent player in his four years at UF, and had seven top-10 finishes this saion. U .8. Japan visit O'Dome By MATT FOGLESON Alligator winter Sets and spikes will ril the O'Connell Center Wednesday night, months before the UF volleyball team opens its season. The U S and Japanese national teams, not the lady Gators, will take the court at 7:30 p m. as part of their six-match series that started in North Carolina and will conclude in Atlanta, The U S team, coached by Terry Liskevych, includes four competitors from, the 1988 Olympic team that took seventh place in Seoul, Korea.Te squad ispreparing for the 1990 Goodwill Games and World Championships 'This will be a very important series for us as we prepare for the Goodwill Games," Uskevych said."We've got a mixture of youth and experience on the roster and seem to he progressing steadily. The Japanese team, a perennial powerhouse that haswon two Olympic gold medals, finished fourth in Seoul in 1988 The match will feature a contrast in styles -the U S. roster includes eight wonen who stand 5-feet-11 or taller, while the Japanese team compensates for a lack of height with its quickness and emphasis on defense. The Americans include Kim Oden, the &foot-3 middle blocker who was named team captain in 1987; middle blockerTee Sanders, a5-foot-I1 outside hitter who twice wasvotet the NCAA Division I Player of the Year at the University of Hawaii, and 5-foot-I I outside hitter Tara Cross, the NCAA's all-time kill leader from Long Beach State. The U.S. team, which trains year-round in San Diego, recently returned from Europe where it qualified for the World Championships. PROTCT YOURSELF Leam all you can about AIDS today -call (904) 372-4370 for Fnformation. NORTH FLA. -HORSE COUNTRY 6 ACRES -516,900 Partially wooded, gently rolling pasture on paved road. Ideal location for retirement or commuters. 12 riles west of Gainesville, near 1-75, U of F & Hospitals. Ready to build. Owner will finance with low down. Won't last. Call nowl 800-888-4606, Ext. 822 from 8:30 to 8:30. O Keep Your Summer Tan a at Sur-Tan I Indoor Tanning K Eight sessions give you a golden tan withI. -Wolff system. 4002 Newberry Rd 3 372-7862 Plaza wee (beind a Wurm Sizzlin) U wee *mu2.0 4av1:: L3.to9

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SPORTS place fourth at NCAA meet ByMATT FOGLESON A 11igtor ite I)t'pile Fogging ijuris intl lillen hundler, the Ill i n track thAuI mritged t10 ike hone fourth plat e rom hie NCAA ( itodr I rao k .id I To! Mlt h w IekuId n IF irl,;um, N C ]he lilv Galor,. memwhle, I led for eighth onu the strength of .I vi lory by a youlhful 1,60 int rrlly teami Ilh1 ltlsiana State Utnver -ii' men and women, who both war hi(%C nied last month. "cie crwned the nations outdoor champions OF men's head coach John Webb said he wasn't surprld ii the lingers' strong showing "Going Int' the meet, I thought they were the best team,' Webb sad Mark Everett scored big for the LIF men, settii' a meet record in the 800 and helping the men's 1,600-meter team to a fourth place finish Everett earned his seventh and eighth All-America honors, but Webb said the senior is capable of even greater Thigs in the future "I thought he ran very well," Webb sad of the 1988 U S Olymplan "lat I think he can probably do even better" The women's 1600-meterrelay eam of Kim Mitchell, Anita loward, Dorchelle Webster and Iasha Downing gave UF's WOFen cam their first-ever vicory at an NCAA meet with a school-record time of 3-minutes, Webster alSo adde it the ai's 25 points with d fourth plate Fnshinthe400-meterhurdiles (51, 57) Cindy Herceg supplemented the uearn' speed with siringli, throwing the fv(,!im bi om It best 167 2 Wendy I raner and Dowiting pit fhe remainder of the Lady Gators' points on the board with Fraaer' sixth place 5,000 (16 17 5) and l)ownng's sev enth-plice finish in the 400 0215) I or the men. U I long jumper Dion Bentley leapt 25-10 to grab third place, Mike Holloway Cleared 18 1/2 ,m the pole vault to take fourth place and Russell Will tossed the discus a sixth best 1823 lyrove Kemp, lrwis Licy and Marcel Carter joined Everett on the fourth place 1,600 relay team. But the team ran into trouble in some areas that had produced first plate finishes consistently throughout the regular season. Javelin thrower Tom Pukstys, suffering from an elbow injury, took fourth place with a throw of 242-8, more than 30 feet short of his American collegiate record of 273-3 Earl Diamond, whose season-best time of 13 69 in the 110 hurdles would have put him fourth, fell and didn't complete the race Webb said his pared for such added the caliber r ~g.* ->_________ team was preobstacles and of the athletes at the meet made most things uncertain UF pole vaulter FSU, Miami may join SEC Alligator Staff Report Southeastern Conference presidents voted unanimously last week to pursue expansion, mentioning Florida State and the University of Miami as likely addilions Also mentioned as possible candidates were Arkansas -currently in the South west Conference -and independent South Carolina, with independents Lois. ville and Tulane outside possibilities. The additions ofFSU and Miami would make the SEC the strongest and wealthiest conference in the nation. With money from television, bowl games and the basketball SEC and NCAA tournaments split among the conference's members, the additions of two of the nation's most successful football programs would increase each current SEC school' tre. FSU, a member of the non-football ,t Metro Conference, might not be as eager to share its football program's wealth a nearly $5 million cushion built over the years. But the SEC's prestige could sway FSU Athletic Director Bob Goin. '"We haven't been extended any offers, but if it would come it would take time to 4 look at this," Goin said. 'You don't just say no to a conference as prestigious as the SEC." Expansion would create some problems, however The conference would have to be divided, which could put rivalries such as UP-Georgia in jeopardy. Such a division could create an end-ofthe-year championship game featuring the winners of each division. The stakes could be a berth in the Sugar Bowl, or the championship could be the Sugar Bowl. Several other bowls also would compete for an SEC title game. Even if all sides do hammer out an agreement in the near future, it would probably take about five years to adjust football schedules before any new schools could compete for the SEC title. "We spent a couple of days here adjusting our schedules to the year 2010," Louisiana State Athletic Director Joe Dean said. "In theother sports it could be done fairly quickly. Football is the key one." Expansion was a hot topic at last year's annual spring meeting also, but had been shelved for further study. Wednnday's announcement was swift and surprising. "'This is the ideal time for us. We're healthy. We're on the move," said Mississippi State president Dr. Donald Zacharias, chairman of the SEC executive committee. "We're ready to movetophawe two, look at specific institutions, let them know were seriously interested in expasionAIiCLILAg PHOTO Mike Holloway took fourth at the NCAA. Swim, dive teams look high and low for latest recruits 'TIe Uinntng ad dliing eamseplucked two rw.is a.a1 .l.Si aand Sri MrIcl eilbW tep*I o aonal an ofi etWedued. $$*BMas s Giovand Linauder and Arary "a South Aics, bring th Men Uni-dorm chatter not a great idea UFquarterback Kyle Morris'every move sparked torrents of boos and catcalls from the Florida Field stu(lent section during last year's sea son-opening 24-10 loss to Ole Miss All-America basketball player Dwayne Schintzius often was ridden harder than opposing teams over the years at the O'Connell Center. And there won't be problems a athletic dormitories are abolished and the players live with the rest of the students' Yeah, right. a* Gregg Doyet CUE BALL Picture some pale little redhead looking up at Livingston Chatman and demanding to know why he sat out the second half of the 1989-90 season, Imagine a curious non-athlete passing Morris in the hail and wanting to know why he bet on various sporting events and whetheror not UFfootball games were included. With the recent abundance of problems racking the UF athletic department -the NCAA's pending ruling on the fate of the football and basketball team heading the charts maybe it would be in everybody's best Interests not to rock the ol' boat. An unnecessary explosion could be just around thecorner, one ill-advised dormitory incident away. Football coach Steve Spurrier was successful at Duke without separate dorms and has said they aren't necessities, but quarterback coach John Reeves said Spurrer would like to move out of Yen Hall and into a new athletic dorm -to keep up with competition. Which is exactly why UF should remain one of the 21 schools across the nation sporting athletic dorms. Who should tailback Willie McClendon bump into in the hall lounge the morning of the Florida State game, fullback Dexter McNabb or journalism major Gregg Doyel? Speaking of money, er, competition, it appears the SEC Is going to he chock full of it soon with the proposed addition of FSU and Miami. There's tthing like a healthy shot in the bank account, one reason why SEC presidents and athletic directors would welcome the'Noles and'Canes with open wallets, uh, arms Under the current rules, revenue from television, the SEC and NCAAbasketball tournaments, and bowl games is shared among each of the 10 SEC schools, even those not going to a bowl. FSU and Miami have kmal aCCulUlaing fat New Year's Day paychecks for the past decade or so and appear on IVso much they should be lated In the TV Goidr as regular Saturday afternoon series. Why wouldn't the SEC wat to get Its greedy little heads In FSlPs and Miami's pockets?

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the independent.florida Noi ay atoc .td h Ihno U It vI F Iida VOLUME 83, NUMBER 157 P bI.had b C mps Common nal on Inc of m Fov, d TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1990 White fails to gamer signatures.5 UF takes 4th, 8th at NCAA meet.16 Opponents fear student rape service changes SARS to become By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer UFs top rape victims' counsel Ig program will be placed under the junsdiction of the Infirmary's Mental Heath Services July 1, a change program officials and patients say will give rape a stigma that's almost impossible to overcome. The change means that rape vic. tims may not be treated by a therapist from the Sexual Assault Recovery Service. Instead, new patients will be assigned randomly to mental health therapists, regardless of their specializations. SARS has been under the Infirmary for the past nine years. But Infirmary director Boyd Kellett said he decided to make the change to increase the workload of SARS therapists, rewrite the job description of SARS program director Claire Walsh and provide a better working relationship between SARS therapists and the Infirnary. But SARS coordinator Betty art of Mental Health Campbell said the stigma of 'men tal health" will discourage new rape victims from seeking help because they may think people believe they're crazy instead of victimized. "Rape victims live in a world of silence," Campbell said. "They'll never respond to something under mental health because they don't want to be labeled." Student Sen. Ingrid Soble said placing SARSunder Mental Health Services will only further traumatize rape victims who go for help. "Going under mental health will make (a rape victim) feel like there's something wrong with her," Soble said. SARS' three therapists will now have to treat mental health patients along with rape victims, she said. But Soble said the therapists don't need the extra case-work because they see three to five rape victims daily. And three new rape victims come to SARS each week, especially after holidays, she added. But Kellett said SARS therapists have extra time during the day UF's most active rape prevention and counseling programs face administrative changes, which opposers say will weaken both programs, downplay the severity of rape and increase incidents of sexism. when they're not seeing patients and he wants to eliminate the wait. ing list to see therapists in Mental Health Services by assigning more patients to the SARS' therapists. SARS therapist Debbie Burke said she fears her schedule won't be free to treat rape victims. "he whole reason I took this job is to treat rape victims," Burke said. "I think this decision was not made professionally and not in the best interests of the students." Patients shouldn't fear a stigma see SARS, age 7 COAR may lose paid peer educators By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer The nationally-acclaimed, 200member Campus Organized Against Rape may lose a large part of its program in the next few weeks, and COAR officials say the loss will dilute their entire organization. COAR's four paid peer educators may be taken out of COAR's annual budget by either student senators, Student Body President Michael Browne orStudentBody Treasurer David Stem in the next two weeks of Student Government budget meetings Browne said Infirmary director Boyd Kellett will begin a peer education program if SG leaders decide not to pay for COAR's educators. Browne added he believes the Infirmary may be better equipped to handle such a program. But COAR, which began in 1982, will no longer have any affiliation with peer educators if the program is eliminated and started under the Calico Infirmary, COAR President Tracy Polcyn said The four peer educators COAR now has will be fired, she added. "Our program will be de stroycd," Polcyn said. "I was never even asked if I thought it was a good idea. I was told." COAR has gotten money from both SG and the Infirmary for the last four years, but Polcyn said she wants COAR to stop being used as a political volleyball between the two. She said she wants COAR to receive money only from SG, allow. ing it to become a student-run group. Browne agreed it's time to put a stop to the confusion, but said COAR must take responsibility as a true student group and have an unpaid adviser like all other student groups do COAR now has a paid adviser, Claire Walsh, who also serves as the Sexual Assault Recovery Service program director "If they want to be a student see COAR, page 4 Jack's forced to close by franchiser By MARGARET BERRY Alligator Writer Former Florida Sen. and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Walkin' Lawton Chiles lived up to his nickname Thursday as he drummed up student support during his trek across campus. See story page 5. Calico Jack's Oyster Bar and Seafood House, which for eight years has been home to much of Gainesville's college crowd, was forced to close Thursday when sheriffs deputies confiscated everything in the building. The Alachua County Sheriffs Office took everything from tables and chains to alcohol and oyster forks frm the restaurant on an order from Calico Jack's Inc., a franchise company outside Orlando. A lawsuit filed May 30 with the 8th Circuit Court shows that Carta Brothers Inc., the company that held the franchise, owes Calico Jack's Inc. more than $116,000. John Locke, secretary treasurer for Calico Jack's Inc., refused to comment on the lawsuit. Students are just beginning to realize that the restaurant has closed, said Brette Williams, a 23year-old Santa Fe Community College student who works next door at Tony and Pat'. Pizza and Subs 'All the lights are off and the parking lot is empty and you still see people walking up and shaking the door," Wilamns said. MikeCurie,a UFcMil engineering graduate, said he went to the bar between two and four time, a week its the only place on this end of town that we cur go to," Curie uid. So nowe here to drive somrewbere mo go out, and then wes hav to drive see C'. pag 10

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3 AUJGATOR.WESDAY JUNE5, 19) __ VOLUNTEERS Volunteers needed to help the Chuldren's heater Language niaors sought to exchange language lor the Deaf benefit concert June 17, Fathers Day, skillswith a foreign-born person Enjoy conversation troi 3 p m to II p n at the Thomas Center Volunin your second language and assist people with be teers will sell tickets and T-shirls or help set up coming more proficient in conversational English Gerontology majors sought to work with senior Elementary education majors can volunteer at an i hents in a mental health program -several job after-school enrichment program in area elenienary descripions to select from schools dunng the summer school session running Legal volunteer needed to offer legal advice, diecfrom June 18 to July 21 ion and assistance with Wills, custody cases and disFor more information, write or call The Volunteer triuination concerns for clients of the North Central Center, P.O. Box 14561, Gainesville, Fla 32604, 378Florida AIDS Network. 2552. WHAT'S HAPPENING Let's meat: Students for Chiles will have an important meeting tight to discuss upcoming events ond organization. Everyone intereteid is welcome to attend the meetag beginning at6 in Weil Hall Room 2?) Call Randy, 336-7711 1 Let's eat: There is an all-you-canrit spaghetti dinner tonight at the Hillel Center beginning at 5 45 Cost is $3 25 for students and $2.75 for Hillel student members. Call 3722900. Meeting: The Gay and Lesbian Student Union will be having a rap session on forced "outing at the Involume 83 stitute of Black Culture Wednesday Graduate Students and Profesnight at 730. Call 332-0700. sionals will be meeting tonight at Study buddies: The Women's Danny's on the corner of University Studies Student Association will Avenue and Main Street at 6 30 Call meet in the flrst floor Reitz Union Sharon, 376-1125 Lounge tonight at 6 to discuss ele Let's ski: The UF Waterski Club firns and planning sessions for is meeting to organize drivers Women's History Month. Call Beth, tonight at 8 at Joe's Deli on West 372-2903. University Avenue. Cal 395-8715, Paddle your own cano: The UF Support us: The Central Florida Canoe and Rafting Club will meet Chapter of Scleroderma Support Wednesday night at 6 in Turlington Group will meet from 7:30 to9 Tues Hall Room 2342 to discuss a whiteday night, June 19 in the Alachua water rafting trip. New members are General Hospital Conference Cen. welcome Call 373-2979 ter. 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TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1990, AILJGATOR. 3 New bill may save Prairie 'Preservation 2000' By MATMHEW SAUER Alirgator Writer Last-minute legislation has given the fight against construction of the Hunt Club another safety net in the form of the Preservation 2000 bill. The bill, the brainchild ofSen George Kirkpatrick, will give the state more than $300 million a year with which to purchase lands in danger of being developed. Money for the purchases is raised through the Ale of bonds In addition to the new legislation, opponents of the construction have support from environmental groups and private citizens who plan to fight the Hunt Club in court. The Hunt Club is a proposed apartment-complex development next to Paynes Prairie. Environmental groups have been concerned that it could damage the sensitive wetland. Sierra Club chairman Marc Ketchel announced Monday at the Alachua County Administration building that the environmental group will support the legal fight with a $5,000 defense fund. "We'll support the fight with the legal fund," vs state to purchase land Ketchel said. "We have already raised about half of the money and all of it will go toward the defense' Ketchel said he hoped the Preservation 2000, passed late Sunday by the legislature, would allow the state to purchase the environmentally sensitive land. Purchasing must be approved by the governor and five cabinet members. "If Preservation 2000 purchases the land it will become part of the already existing Paynes Prairie Preserve," Ketchel said."This is really a must-do piece of legislation and we're very optimistic about the state'schances of purchasing the land." Ketchel said the Sierra Club would consider purchasing the property if Preservation 2000 and the legal fight fail. Boca Raton developer Martin Hackman reportedly is asking $3.5 million. In the meantime, the Sierra Club and Coalition to Save Payne. Prairie will hold a fundraising dinner at the Hometown Restaurant, 1218 N. Main Street, Friday at 6:30 p.m. to raise money for their legal defense fund. Nursery meeting raises doubts By DEBBIE CENZIPER Angator Staff Witer Parents who attended a Thursday night meeting hoping to discover the truth about allegations against the director of UFs only day care center left saying they want the complaints investigated. At a meeting called by Baby Gator nursery teacher Noni Jones and San Juana Burns. who wrote a six-page letter to lIF administrators complaining about the nursery, parents said they wanted the complaints reviewed by the nursery's board of directors, chaired by Student Aair Vice President Art Sandeen. UPs student services office has already set up a committee to investigate administrative problems at the nursery, including policy pro. cedures and hiring and firing practices. Most of the 40 parents came to the meeting to see if the complaints were true because they said they've never witnessed any wrongdoing. and the nursery seemed to be run adequately. But after Jones explained the complaints aghast director Tom Logan -including racist and sexist comment., unfair treatment of certain teachers, misappropriation of money, unfair hiring and firing practices, large teacher turnover, unfair voting procedures and d iscrepancies between the nursery's three centers parents' concerns grew. Comments such as 'That's nothing short of a dictator, "Thets not fair" and 'We'll work within the system" flew around the om Alienation between the teachers and Logan led James Morgese, whose daughter goes to the nursery, to suggest compiling the complaints and drafting letters to administrators, Logan and the board of directors, Merge"e said there my be a problem with the nursery's management because he once went to Logan with a concern, but nothing was ever done to solve it. 'We went ttTom (Logan) and the place blew up," Morgese said. "It was an unbelievable me. and nothing was resolved." Michelle Ott, who sends herdaughter to the nursery, said she has always been satisfied with the nursery's teachers, but is concerned that teachers are leaving at a rapid rate and Logan may be treating some teachers unfairly. "We should let Tom (Iagan) know that we care very much about the teacher," Ott said. k ANN 6Wu nJKUJaAIAUN Chemistry professor William M. Jones, the 1990 UF Faculty TeacherScholar award-winner, works In the chemistry lab. Chemistry professor is 'teacher of the year' By VIVIAN HATTEM Alligator Writer A UF chemistry professor said he is "tickled pink" at being selected as the 1990 UF Faculty Teacher-Scholar "It is the highest recognition I could have asked to receive," said William M. Jones, a UF faculty member for 34 years. The recipient of the prestigious UF award is chosen by the Academic Advisory Committee, said committee member Sheila Dickison, a liberal arts and sciences dean. 'The committee, which consists of faculty from across campus, looks for a faculty member who reflects the best qualities of the teacher and scholar, Dickison said. The committee reviews the professor's professional summary and letters of recommendation from students and colleagues -both from UF and outside. Dickison said Jones' "highly resee Teacher, page 9 Adverdwt Alreadyl Cash N I9 ROSES 1005 W. Univ. UMT St. Mlau 373-1234 336-12M4 Alligator Advertising 376-4482 if It's for You. Have a MasterCard or Vit.? Then phone Wa your classified. 373-FIND. WANTED: Energetic, Responsible and Highly Motivated Graduate Student to Become a DAR.E. Coordinator! (Drug and Alcohol Resource Educators) Supervise DAR.E. staff of ten students. Coordinate educational training in drug and alcohol abuse. Work with Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource Center. ** 20 hours per week. Application deadline: June 11, 1990 4:30 pm For more information contact Harriet Pile at 124 Tigert Hall 392-1261. 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ELSEWHERE Tiananmen sealed off on anniversary BEI ING (UPI) -Armed soldiers beat onlookers and threatened reporters late Monday at Beijing University, attempting to prevent a second night of defiant studentprotestsexactly oneyearafterChmese troopscrushed the student-led democracy movement, Troops armed with AK-47 assault rifles used truncheons to beat two African students from Burundi in the 11 p.m incident at the south gate of the walled campus, where worried officials had met through the day to assess Sunday night's apparently spontaneous demonstration. Police cordoned off the Tiananmen Square's north plaza and kept pedestrians away from the monument to the People's Heroes, the obelisk that became headquarters for the student-led protests that Chinese troops violently ended last June 3 and 4. Police roadblocks blanketed the city soon after nightfall, blocking all routes to the university district in northwest Beijing. One motorist said she was stopped seven times during an Il-mile drive across town and was turned away from Beijing University. One student said department heads visited Beijing University dormitories to warn students that the "consequences would be great" if they protested again There was no word on whether any students had Martinez announc TALLAHASSEE (UPl) -Gov. Bob Martinez surprised many political observers Monday morning by naming Monroe County Sheriff Allison DeFoor as his running mate in the 1990 Republican campaign for governor. DeFoor, 36. is a former prosecutor who also is a leading environmentalist. The announcement came at a Tallahassee hotel as Martinez officially kicked off his campaign for re-election. DeFoor and the governor left after the announcement for a tour of the state, with stops planned nJacksonville,OrlandoTampa, MiamiandWestPalm Beach. Martinez said DeFoor was chosen for the lieutenant governor's position in part because of his strident anti-drug work in the South Florida area. Monroe County includes the Fonda Keys, afrequent drop area for incoming drug shipments, Barry drug trial be WASHINGTON (UP) -The drug and perjury trial of Mayor Marion Barry began Monday with attorneys trying to select a jury to hear charges that could sink Barry's political career. Barry, whose trial begins nearly five months after he was arrested for allegedly smoking crack cocaine during an FBI sting operation at a downtown hotel, faces 14 counts of perjury, cocaine possession and conspiracy to possess cocaine dating back six years. Reporters were barred from the courtroom for the opening proceedings, which included a statement from judge Thomas Penfield Jackson to the first of two panels of potential jurors. Barry, who for years had denied persistent rumors about his alleged drug use, was jeered by about 25 COAR from page 1 group, they have to play by the rules," Browne said. In a letter to Kellett, Walsh said she would continue to be COAR adviser without pay to make sure the program survives. "You may be sure that I will continue as my role as adviser to COAR even without salary if that becomes necessary, since financial remuneration has never been the basis of my commitment, she wrote. Walsh was in California and could not be reached for corment. Browne said SG still will pay $22,000 for COAR's literature, guest speakers and OCOAR week" aren if peer educators are taken out of the group's budget "Either way, we still will have peer educators and we'll still make COAR a student group, Browne aid. been detained for Sunday's raucous protest The Beijing Public Security Bureau and the university foreign affairs office refused to answer inquiries. Bottle-tossing protests at Qinghua and Peoples universities prompted uniformed police to enter both campuses, but students did not dare to demonstrate Qinghua students rained bottles on a procession of police on motorcycles, hitting at least one officer, witnesses said. People's University students dropped white paper flowers, which they said were meant to mourn those killed in Beiing last year. By morning, paper flowers blanketed the dormitory grounds The official news agency Xinhua took the unusual step of reporting the Beijing University demonstra tion, and suggested that "many foreign students" were among the instigators. Inan editorialinMonday'sPeople's Daily, the official Communist Party newspaper, the government acknowledged the anniversary and warned that "stability is above everything." Students at Being University, which had been a center of the 1989 student movement, expressed surprise at the apparently spontaneous outburst of dissent on Sunday, which defied stem official warnings. es running mate The current lieutenant governor is Bobby Brantley, who first announced his intention to run foragriculture commissioner, then decided to get out of political life. The announcement by Martinez to seek another term came as no surprise. It follows months of fund. raisingandotheractivitiesthatalready had been going on. President Bush and other leading Republicans have already jumped on the Martinez bandwagon, though there are several challengers in the GOP primary thisyear, including state Sen. Marlene Woodson-Howard, of Bradenton, and former Gov Claude Kirk But the governor's biggest challenge comes from Democrat Lawton Chiles, who polls say would defeat Martinez in the general election. Already this year, the Martinez campaign has been running television ads touting the governors achievements in criminal justice, the environment and social issues. gins jury selection members of the crime-fighting group the Guardian Angels as he entered the courthouse Thetrial began after talks between prosecutors and Barry's defense team failed to reach a plea bargain. The Barry camp reportedly had agreed to plead guilty only to misdemeanor charges but the prosecution wanted a felony conviction, which would make Barry ineligible to be mayor of Washington, where the soaring murder rate has been linked to crack traffic. If a plea agreement is not reached, Barry has said he feels he will be acquitted by a jury of his peers. "I think the prosecutors know that in this town all it takes is one juror saying, I'm not going to convict Marion Barry. I don't care what you say,'" Barry said in an interview published May 30 in the Post. Kellett said SG's decision will finalize where COAR receives its money. Kellett said he promised Browns that he would eta a peer education program and would try to model It after COAR's, but said he would not hire any of COAX's trained peer educators. "Well pick up the work," Kellett said. "It's a very important and valuable program." But Student Sen. Ingrid Soble said what SG or Kellett may do to COAR completely minirises the group and the honors of rape. She said peer educators are the heart of COAR and their loss would weaken the prgram. "I feel extremely discriminated against by what they're tying to do," Sable amd. lsey're doing ablutely everything to take away from women." 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IESDAY. J U NE S, 19 X(. AUJtATOI, 5 Chiles' walk draws cheers By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Stafr Writer Although former U.S. Sen. and current gubernatorial hopeful Lawton Chiles was an hour late Thursday for a volunteer rally and walk through UF, a crowd of more than 130 supporters welcomed him with lasting applause and two standing ovations Chiles returned to his alma mater hoping to gain student support for the Democratic nomination and to solicit campaign volunteers. Earlier in the day, Chiles and his running mate, Buddy MacKay, were delayed in Tallahassee after a debate between Chiles and his opponent for the nomnation, Bill Nelson Chiles thanked the crowd for its applause and said he was glad to be back where he started "I got a chance to learn politics at UF" Chiles said Echoing his campaign promise of not accepting individual donations of morethan$100, Chiles told volunteers that people count in a campaign, not just money. He said that since he campaigned in 1970 for a U.S. Senate seat, getting people to participate in his campaign has been more imporsee Walk, page 10 Ex-student loses primary bid By JOANNA GOLTZMAN Alligator Writer Former UF and Santa Fe Community College student laMonte White failed in his bid to qualify for a chance to run for U.S. House of Representalives 6th Congressional District seat In order to qualify for the Sept. 4 primary, White had to collect 6,127 signatures or pay a $S,000 filing fee by noon Monday "I was hoping to get the signatures, especially after being very well received by the people I had spoken with," White said, White turned in 251 signatures to Alachua County's elections office. He also turned in signatures in Marion and Lake counties. I won't know exacly how many signatures I have received Until Wednsday, but it'svery short of the goal," While said White said he feels that if he would have had enough money for the filing fee, it would have made a big difference le system favors the people who have the money," he said White said he could have acquired the neces sary signatures if he had started collecting them at an earlier date. White said he is looking into the possibility of becoming a write-in candidate for this election He also said he is considering running for a seat in the Florida House of Representatives in the near future. III UAS 113 Th AT IC 4t iL A BY POPULAR DEMAND DEN IDCVEN CS SEI I Ls TEl!r STO LIVE! x N% BY POPULAR DEMAND GNAG FATM 01ONLY 10 AMTS LF (It T

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I Al(;ATOR. rIiSDAY. JIINE ., I i OPINIONS NIMBY Not In My Back Yard. What do the St. Francis House and a proposed housing complex for the sick and needy have in common? They both have been targets of groups of "concerned citizens" who do not want the buildings in their neighborhoods. The St Francis House provides food and shelter for some of Gainesville's homeless population. The shelter has been trying to relocate to provide food and beds for more homeless people, but every attempt to relocate has been countered by NIMBY (Not-In-My-Back-Yard) groups that say the shelter will bring transients and therefore more crime to their neighborhoods. The planned housing project for the sick and needy is being sponsored by many local agencies and has been endorsed by the Gainesville City Commission. The complex would act as a transitional house for homeless people, battered women, AIDS patients and other people working their way back to self-sufficiency Both projects were planned for southeast Gaincwille. Residents and NIMBY groups representing that arta argue their neighborhoods already house a fair share of social service facilities. Commissioner Rodney Long, who represents southeast Gainesville, says his district is home to every social service agency imaginable, and he wants other parts of the city to share the burden. The transitional complex already has the necessary zoning to start, but Long wants the planners to hold a public meeting to hear complaints and worries from concerned citizens. We believe all citizens have a right to voice their concerns, and we applaud Long for paying attention to his constituents. And concerned citizens have the right to form NIMBY groups, especially in southeast Gainesville where many social service facilities already exist. But the ideals involved here go beyond the First Amendment. People have responsibilities and duties, as part of a community and as human beings, to help fellow citizens in need. When a long-standing, worthy project like the St. Francis House cannot expand to fulfill the needs of the community because of NIMBY-group protests, everyone's livuhbood is hurt a little. The St. Francis House is not a toxic waste dump, although some would like to think of it as such. Instead of pushing the project away, we suggest the NIMBY groups spend their efforts finding a suitable location for the home. We agree that southeast Gainesville should not have to sustain all support facilities, but neither should it serve only to say "go away." There are enough businesses and wealthy citizens in all districts of the county and city to provide land or housing for projects such as these. We hope some of them step forward to help. allator Edit Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Tracy Burlingame Opinions Editor M.D, Cumella LeftIrs IPol L.Un to thm .dlto k tId not .6c11 20 wo6d IIIou 0 .tl .The VIo b ,rs. dubiwic and .stgd The, tuId tcjuIs bwOw. ad~s ns -Wtilwn nwtt. Nant WIN I -thNId N II ,hW .1wo. J~n CJMI IwOu "W %alcut W the O III oso Is 4454 Bush, Gorbachev sign agreements That character Gorbachev still loves to stop traffic in Washington. He even tosses a mean horseshoe, as last week's superpower summit revealed. But not to be lost amid the golf cart rides around Camp David and speculation regarding Ris'. relationship with Bamb vesu Nancy are the historic steps Preident Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev are taking to put the Cold War to bed and forge a new era of cooperation and understanding. Much ado was made about President Reagan's Strategic Anm. Reduction Treaty (START) in 1988. That agreement drastically reduced short-range nuclearmisile.in Europe,ensurngno erlntMoscow, Moscowv~o-London fireworks. Though StART was the first treaty to actually defuse nuclear missiles, it was regarded as ground-breaking more because it represented a poly aboutace for the Reagan admnlsfrniokn than becau. of It. tactics] significance. (Only 5 percent of total arenas were eliminated.) This time around, Bush and Gorbachev have agreed on one-third reductions in nuclear forces, focusing on long-range rockets and mobile missile units. These cuts admit to the futility of an attempted first strike, and rereent two positive smeps -one matia, one phllosophlcai. First of all, dollars saved in limiting new missile production and maintaining a smaller armament will save billions for the federal treasury. Secondly, the two leaders are to be commended for suggesting that a nuclear war is a no-win situation. Surely 10,000 missiles per side Is still enough to Irradiate Earth for cons, but a good-faith attempt to put the genie back in the bottle sends forth a meaningful message to all nations. In a separate treaty, the United States and Soviet Union agreed to take steps necessary to eliminate chemical weapons from ourarsenals, and to continue to work towards a world-wide ban, already agreed on by 40 nations, The main aras over which Bush and Gorbachev are still at odds are the conditions for German -------Black leaders out of synch on press Editor: I awriting in response to David Paidgetts May 29 letter to the editor, in which he claim, that black criminals don't get the press coversethey darn. About a month ago a black woran ro baletterba TGa-in sill# Son stating that black of, Jame Lowy IN THE LEFT LANE reunificaion and the Soviet Union's"vse4ike sanctions against a rebellious, democracy-minded lithuania. The two did make progress in other areas by signing a U.S. grain export Agreement, ad bridging the gap on Castro and Cuban demilitarization, Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union, and cultural exchanges. Bush is in a unique position to forcefully advocate what European future is best for America, but he has been reseed, not Panting to hold up other areas of progress topush for radical European political realignments benefiting the U.S. Bush wants Germany to be a pat of NATO, while Gorbachev, in a shaky position at home and understandably afraid of a reunited Germany, does not want the German government to have full Western support Perhaps the German government should decide its alignment. Gorbachev quickly forgets that his predecessors' alignment-forcing created many of his nation's present-day woes. Gorbachev also feels he ha to draw the line somewhere with all this secessIon, and Uthuanla now has chalk all over its back. 'iaogh a tight-lipped, noncommittil Bush has finally exprnused support for Lithuania independence, he is not willing to back up that support by refusing to sign a grain export accord and other ancillary treaties, as urged by several congressional leaders. Bush counters that the grain agreement is in the best Interests of U.S. farmers. This isolationist 1P preach compromises American IdealS for inmediate gains. Despite our presidents partally short-sighted approach, the best news is that regional concerans are today's superpower stumbling blocks, providing the most heated dialogue and replacing nuclear fAnst srike fears as banner issues of the Great 'Thaw. Jamsevy is a nwpar Las sdsaL cii'nls get too much press, and that It serves to make blacks appear (falsely?) detrimental to the com. munity. Regardless of how far backwards the press bends over to make liberalism appear creditable, minorities and minority sympathizers should attempt to overcome their hypocrisy and Inconsistency. Padgett's statement regarding all of these "intelligent and talented" black men in "cage Is the mot ludicrous it of leftwing lunacy that these Project 99 propagandists have ne up with to date. Blacks have succeeded In instilling an morbiant amount of colletivewhkiegulk, lutcomSideringthe horrendous crime rate In Inner citW.mweflaswubmawnudmr blackneastgli od ,thee atobviosly fo e bI Wks W a Jin Sm"L MaNs 4E C -4 c utr d' S at St Mk*AmMftmoonk 4L

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TUEsDAY. JUNE 5. 199. ALL.GATOR7 PROTECT YOURSELF against AIDS: / Abstain from intercourse or have a mutually exclusive relationship with only one uninfected person d' Engage in only safer' sexual activities V Use condoms in all sexual activities / Do not use drugs or alcohol -these substances can affect your judgement and suppress your immune system / Stay as healthy as possible to keep your immune system strong. Learn all you can about AIDS today. Call: NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK F (904) 372-4370 SARS from page I of going to Mental Health Services because nothing has changed, Kellett said. The only difference is now Walsh will report to the head of Mental Health Services instead of Kellett. Because of questionable money expenditures, Kellett said SARS and Walsh will now be held accountable to Mental Health Services. Walsh was in California Monday and could not be reached for comment. .1 L S fK. -w NOw thai what we call Natura this knodat de1 is only a$9&d ddk SoodatakOpk Andfloity d~allywas.rttoa So YOU lead ectfr tsat Wn an y" in lom hens exaSEbyand d p 1d. ERIJNG I9 ts wht you cal doctor of optometry o T i c A L killsrprke. mUlL -SEETHEE DWEUE Even though changes may seem minimal, SARS patient and UF chemistry senior Matthew Quinn said rape happens every day and SARS' program and therapists should not be limited He said administrators are behind a generation or two and don't realize how common rape is. And SARS does much more said Quinn, who also works as Against Rape peer educator than ]ust counseling, a Campus organized 4SARS has given me new hope because I'mout there helping people and in return, it helps me Is Myrtle missing? Locate her in Lost and Found in the alligator classifieds. Get away from it all. Just 9 minutes from campus. At Lake Wauburg Sailing, Canoeing and Sailboarding North Park Hours South Park Hours es-Fri.12-7pm Tues-Thurs. 3-7pm Sat-Sun.10am-7pm Fri. 12-7pm Sat-Sun. ..10am-7pm Fulndd by ft collage of Health and Human Perlrannrnc and student Gov t Free to U.F. students, staff, faculty and spouses" 'Onw fee oard per mw must be presaitd at gab The .&h MS Q.t S ba. lsetd .d qIubk blumsSe iepes NPb .d&ina qiO sW -tuCaip.S.u KIL IER ICAL ON WNTAC

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Produced Ny UF ionflatpnt and Pu"lIqano services. 355 Tg HalI I and p a ad r ataI usual avertisng raes I" cir nuntale l ai sA an o soden facandstaf Gao r aatioa Florida Players' Summer Repertory Opens With Comedy The UF Department of Theatre's Flonda Players opens its summer repertory season tom it at 8 15 p m. with a performance of aul Zindel's dark comedy "And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little" on the Constans Theatre Stage Two The play, directed by theater professor David Sheltion, continues through Thursday, June7, and on June 12, with matinees a 2 15 p m June 22 and July 6 Cindy Lou Johnson's psychologcal drama "Brilliant Traces, directed by UF theater professor Stephanie Du an, is the second Stage Two summer production It opens at 8 15 p m Friday. June 8, and continues June 9, 11, and 18, with matinees at 2 5 p mk on June 15 and July 5 William Shakespeare's comedy 'Midsummer Night's Deam' opens Thursday, June 14, on the Constans Theatre Mai Stage Directed by theater professor Sandra Langsner and set in post-modern sculpture garden scenery, "M dsummer" continues June 15, 16, 20, 22 and July 5 through 7. "Darkside," a new play by UF alumnus Ken Jones, opens on Stage Two June 19 Directed b theater professor James Wren, the drama about a mission to the moon continues June 20, 21, 23 and July 2 and 3 Schedules and trckets-$6.50 for Main Stage, $5 50 for Stage Two and free for Up students-are available weekdays at University Box Office, from 9:30 a m to 3.30 p m during summer CAMPU EEK WEDNESDAY LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES informal discussion on recent election in the Dominican Republic, led by Frank MoyaPons, UF visitin rofessor of CariEan history, noon, 3U Grinter Hall THURSDAY NeXT COMPUTER EXPERT on hand to answer questions about NeXT products and demonstrate new systems, 10 a.m. to 5 P.M CIRCA Dem Room, E520 Computer Sciences and Engineering Building. FRIDAY UF INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE, free and open to UP students, faculty, staff and spouses, no partner needed, wear soift-soled shoes, lessons given, 8 p.m., Norman Hall Gym. CONTINUING "VANISHING FLORIDA," an exhibit of more than 30 fiber art works by TamZ m Ba Fiber Artist' Legers, tlwodcJd, Tan.pmusyExbi Hatd Plida' H anrffalind William Jones Highest Honoi Dr. William Jones, professor of chemistry, has been named the 1990 University of Flonda Faculty Teacher-Scholar Selected by the University's Academic Advisory committee, based on recommendations from students, faculty, academic directors and deans, the Faculty TeacherScholar Award is given annually in recognition of excellence in teaching and distinction in scholarship. The award is the highest honor bestowed upon a UF faculty member and is a recognition of the qualities most valued by the University e glad to have the opportunity to honor professors of this caliber" UF President John Lombardi said. "Such excel. lence and dedication i teaching illustrate a commitment to the University and its students" Jones came to the University of Florida in 1956 as an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry He previously UF, University Of Agreement For For This spring UF Interim Provost Gene Hemp and Rainer Sprung, rector of the University of Innsbruck, signed a Friendship Treat a symbolic reco nition of the long-staineo relationship beween the two universities. The agreement also was approved by the Austrian government, which normally only allows each .nttution to have a formal agreement with seven foreign universities. UF will be the eighth ,nsttution with which Innsbruck has an agreement This is the 12th year that UF has been formally affiliated with the University of New Odeans-Innsbruck International Summer School. Over the years, nearly 600 Florda students and a number of faculty have participated in the popular program. Last ear UF and the University of Innsbruck frmalized a year-long exchange of students and faculty. As a result, Andrea Dlaska from Innsbruck Is atten UF a graduate student in English, Brian Carson, a UF graduate student in German and Slavic Studies, is in lnnsbruck. Informal exchange of faculty between the two universities has been ongoing. This summer's relocation of books in Universia Libraries will result in increased serving in Library West and a more strattfnarr anement of books InI a East and West in the fall. Howeve, library users maybe inconvenlenced during the moving and renovation period. At preset, many books in Librr East have ieen moved to another loc on in rEast to another campus library. LUISwary Users Information Service) records have been updated to re"le the moves. A 60to 90dyconstruction proect scedued o bf i n Library Wed. in Ju y will to -removing interior wZ and in shelving for the humanities and science collections. Each yea more than a mile of additional shell Is needed at UF to house new, book, and journals acquid for the humanitie, and social sciences alone. Whenthe andthe a kpnk fl caew 4 Weak will house lond Is For popt 1990 UF edals, in addition to the general social science and huanitis collectIon. Eat will house the special and research collections (Archives, Baldwin, Belknap, Florida History, Rare Books, Judaica and LAtin Amercan) and the tape library. In the meantime, paging services are avadable for materials that am not accetuble. Seating ares, though reconfigured, will remain limited, but some new areas will be created. Advance Registration For Fai Starts Today Advance registration for fall term for students attending Summdier A and C terms will be held from a.m, to 4 p.m. today throughFriday in the basement of ligert Hal. R Office personnel and counde will be on hand to assist students with registration. Stuadens with quetkm. about advance ra11~tion can call the Registrar's Office, The UnfwsM ly of lIlorda is an Rqual OpptunkyAfMMuWa Action Instituton Teacher-Scholar, Faculty WILIAM JONES Chemistry Professor Honored For Teaching, Scholarship N. taught chemistry at the University of Southern California. Jones received his Ph.D. in chemistry in 1955 from the University of Southern California, a master's in chemistry in 1953 from the University of Georgia and a bachelor's, also in chemistry, in 1951 from Union University. Innsbruck Sign eign Study Program UP had promisGene en eft and Unbvely of Imbruck Relcor Raise Sprung sip Friendip Tready. 'Te exchange propam is coordinated by the Colege of al Arts and Sciences, under the direction of history professor Julian Pleasant&. Members .*0* Construction Projects At Ubrarles East And West Will Improve Service A Distinguished Service Professor at UF he served as chairman of the chemistry department from196 until1973 Dunng the past 34 years, Jones has played an active role in University activities by serving on morethan 20 committees and advisory boards in such areas as intercollegiate athletics, finance and budget, administrative searches, sponsored research, academic personnel, graduate studies, library facilities, purchasing and university He currently serves on the Title IX -iCotte for Intercollegiate Athletics, the University Purchasing and Personnel Task Thrce and the University Gifts Committee Jones is a member of the national Commattee on Science and an associate for the American Chemical Society's Committee on Professional'flaining. He is also coordinator for Organic Symposia for the Pacific Basin Co ra, chair of the Netroleum Research und AvIsory Board and chair of the PedagoI Symposia CommittefortheC o :'ttn on Sience He has served on the editorial boards of the Jurnal Oraic CheinO and Chemical Renfrrusan has publishe over 100 articles and scientific works in refereed national and international journals 1990-91 Campus Directory Changes Due By July 3 The 199O-91 campus telephone directory is being updated, an all depart. ments have been asked to send directory additions or correction, by July 3 to the a ropriate offices listed below partmental representatives should carefully review lit in both the blue and white sections the directory and report changes to the appropriate office. Each person responding is aked to indude his or her name and telephone number. Chairs and directors ha e e m da requesting updated information in the following areas: BLUE N'IODUCTION PAGES AND OFFICE DIRECTORY-Check a.1 listings under which the department mdght be included. Fresmle, the Center for Real Estate' might und er "Center," "Business Administration, College of" and "Real Estate" Makea chan or additions and send to Cn en, 141 StadIum West. COURTESY LISTINGS IN WHITE PAGES-This section includes retired faculty members and other -niversityrelated person who are not current state funded This information should also be sent to Cindy McMillen, 141 Stadium West. FACULTY AND STAFF LISTINGS (white pages)-Contact Processing and Records in Personnel Dfiion, 392-M104, 429 Stadium West. This nldS.chngs in the Health Scice Cete id HAS ST IUSTINGS-Student kin ar provided by the. Rhgstrar's Office fromt Information Satheed during fall regristation. Students with address or phone number change should Il out an address china format the R.s*trs Office, 34 TiA Hal, a seem a poss. Questions ngwdk1 ofice dbucftly information or cow" or -qufldons about = 1 day t should be directed to CnAt 32M.

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TEACHER from Page 3 garded research and dedication to undergraduate teaching" were key factors in his selection. Jones, nominated by chemistry department Chairman Mike Zerner, consistently has received good student evaluations, said John A Zoltewict, head of the organic chemLsary division and a colleague of Jones' at UF for 27 years. "He certainly is one of the best teachers in the chemistry department," Zoltewicz said. Jones was chosen as a finalist for the Teacher of the Year award in 1981 and won Department Teacher of the Year in 1985. In 1989, he received Blue Key's Distinguished Faculty Award and recently was promoted to Distinguished Service Professor of Chemistry Jones is respected and well-liked by students, Cannon said. She said students come to see him often, and he helps. Jones received his master's degree from the University of Georgia in 1953 and his doctorate from the University of Southern California in 1955, where he began his teaching career before coming to UF In addition to teaching, Jones has served on several UF committees and has remained active in research, publishing more than 100 articles in science journals. "He's unusual because he's so excited about what he's doing that it's contagious," said Rhonda Trace, a graduate student who hasbeen a member of Jones' research group for more than five years TUESDAY, JUNE 5 1990. ALlIGATOR, 9 "He is very dedicated to his students," Trace said "Forus, as his graduate students, his policy has always been, 'come see me anytime'" "He cares about us as persons, not just as students," said Tanja Omrcen-Vondracek, a graduate student from Yugoslavia. She said many graduate students from foreign countries miss their parents, but it helps knowing that Jones is always there for them. In addition to recognition, Jones received an honorarium. urln lRI CVUIIImm M&t tug 1110 Sum A $220 1 Yeaw $9900 mIa. S'flr 3 gwitk, of tanning 376-8400 $1995 4 ---11011 M WISgS Rgly *IOUN 340 L U Nil 10 oI~n.ivall IIISta a al'In 'I**6,.I F A LSalad and Hot Bar LDIly Lunch Special DON'T GET FOUID ADAN Bring your car to the auto repair center students prefer. Haney's Automotive offers quality at a great price. -15% Discount on all parts & labor foreign or domestic car with this coupon (excluding ad specials) -Beat Any Estimate We will beat any bona fide estimate by 10% Spedals Aliens Computer Diagnosis w/printout. Front Brake Special. Oil Lube & Filter Change $19.95 $37.95 $9.99 Today's Technican for Today's Can I HANEY'S I : AUTOMOTIVE 1410 SW 11h St (aoro m beat A(ts) ---------Miii s OEMi SALAD BAR & HOT BAR FOR LUNCH 11-4

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S JJATGACR. TtIESI AY JUNE 5, 1l% Ci's from page 1 homte, which is always in adven tore [he Gmesvull CJ'4 founded m 18,is (he chamna, first restairint When Steven and John Carta bought the Ci's franchise from the (orporation aI December 1986, they signed a $147,270 promissory note saying they would pay S1,933 P M rmmmmmm a a. ,M 's ,HAIR AFFAIR First Time I Wash-N-Wear 1 Perm Special (Long hairextra Lthcoupon) We Do Sculptured Nails WET CUTS 56! end OKl MAWIN flJISST t 2 175-2~472 7 .n-l pman THE MONKEY is back Real 60 0s PITCHERS Life$ 2.25 Lowenibrali 7PM -Close Everyday $2.95 Pitchers 3PM -7PM 990 House Brands 3 -close daily Sangna on tap Dauly .unuh & Dinner Spe'latb cogr rr0rC 1702W Un', (Wnd icoa, 1UAPISIA) 374-49S4 i1'1 MYERS SERVICE CENTER Oil and Filter $1l.U Minor Tune Ups 4-cylinder 524.16 6-cylinder 528.74 (some models sightly more ) Forelan Car Tires Special Sale Price on Supre & Cressida Tires. Call And ask about our low pricesll 3411 N. Main Tarr IF-F 7 :3111S Show your Student 0) and get 5% of a complete aSn of bries a month Iut according to Ihe lawsuit, they didn't pay im January, March, April or May 1990 Calico Jack's Inc elet ied to Imake the Cars pay the note's full balance, $116,435, immediately Steven aind John Carla could no be reached for comment Monday The sheriffs office will hold the equipment until Thursday, giving the Cartas a chance to repay the debt If they don't, the materials seized go to Cahco Jack's Inc as partial repayment. Calico Jack's Inc also plans to foreclose on the property and liquor licenses The property is worth about $60,000. according to the lawsuit If the value of the materials and property seized isn't enough to cover the debt, the company is asking that the Cartas be forced to pay the remainder, said Richard Ie Barrett, attorney for Calico Jack's Inc. S T WALK from page 5 tant than receiving corporate donations "If we can sign up one million people, I don't care how much money we'll raise because the races over," Ches said "People are participating." Before Chiles' speech at the Reitz Union, Student Body Prest dent Michael Browne. Florida r Blue Key President Kelley Geraghty and Browne's education executive director Randy Shanafelt who leads "Students for Chiles" -voiced their support for Chiles. After the speeches, Chiles and MacKay walked through UF, followed by supporters holding signs such as "Hispanics for Chiles" and "Graduate Students for Chiles The walk ended in Shands Hospital's pre-natal clinic. or THEY'RE ON THEIR WAY. So. 0 I-I The Now Student Edtion will be distributed during the week of August 20th, 1990 to over 5,000 new students and thousands of returning student. This means 5,000 SMi customers for your business. Publication Date: Aug. 20, 1990 all 'f'a'" a"a" 4 DEADUNES: ta1 Deadlb ..ad. June 13. INC .10% diea 2nd Dud. T.e.n. J4 3., lat. ..7 nm 31d Deadina .-. .ifi .44l 11,1 I .M .s% '.. ll Deane,._.Wad., JMly 2U, IN. .._.No dinli OAKS MALL COPY ..ir IU a (Olne s adII dimfls is4 AdditionS 111leoetio 10% ....F _d_ _an, St ...C S fil" by Ils" linoom 5% .Cara.tsy his"f ar linbr ,es Advertising 376.4462 A4 ..ADVERTISE in the

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TUESDAY. JUNE 5, 1990,AUJGATOR 11 BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Iligator lassifieds satca tlo ns I Fm Uw itftmIshed 2 P#Ugit*lfurnlebed For Amuliitel 4 *lu*Oieil HosumaApt. 7 to wallc 14 to tgig L] When will your ad run? Classiieds will begin TWO DAYS alter they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of titie and be ca lled at any time, Sorry. but there, can be no refunds for canclled ads FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Bot kiV iMng on prfiledge, most utU. pd summer 13&/mo. fell 1*5/mo ,4 be apt 1740 NW lrd P. To apply into 372-22141 371-4245. S-20-25-I Room availableSachweod tail a spring and/or next summer. Fully furnished, micro. wusehtdtme. 8240/mo + 5150 deposit. Crae 3350146. 41-1 -1 L 2Rapt yfumishid No pate, convienient Is UF S dAwntown $276 $285 mo. 376-5987. 644-4-1 Private entrance, nice br. kitchen & living m priwiedg. most atm. paid, surnmer, $145. tel O M, 372-22840-20-23-1 2 rOoms to $IU-8160 114 util avail June 1, wa.Wdq, mahems, ciese to UI UIS-MgI. 1-7-4-1 Studafiw only Studio 8200 BR $226 turn and Partfurn. Some ha ei utilitee 378-M33 SAMI to0M 67-4 1 1 bdr in a 3 bdm haus. SIu/rno + mil S75-fl2 34-449 3 blocks from law eMWoc in Naoe neigtibohood w serious students. $160, no pte 335-a2 or 376-637B. 4-12.3-I1 boauial second y1 I U/S apt quit depend nefgMbet d sublet Jul-Dec 61W0/ma. 871-SI~s 837--1317. 6-12-3Naeed fisemaNew Wopn Ifall 4 bks zAeow mrvr sensmw .r O How to place a classified ad: In Person: Cash check MC or VISA The Alligalor Oflice 1105 W University Ave M F Sam 4pm main Bookstore Hub Customer Servic Desk M Faster Sat Reitz Union Cashier's Office M Fgain 9pin Sat a Sun -Closed Medical Bokstore, Shands M F Sam 4'30pIm By Mail: Use forms appearing wekly in the Alligator Sorry Io cash by mail MC VISA or checks only By Phone 373-FIND: Payment by VISA or Measercard ONLY Five dollar Mnimum MF30 4pim o How to correct or cancel your ad: Concellations. Call 373 FIND Mon Fri dpem oe ilund. ean -given Alligator errors: Check your ad the FEAST day t runs Call 373-FIND with any correcions be fore noer THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor erected ads wEl b extended one day No ralunds or credjis can be given arier placing Me ad Changes cae in slher he la day wuil not be c=ompnsa,,d Customer erro, or changes: Corrections must be made n Person a1 The Alligator offic. BEFORE 110014 There will W a I2ll orntlen te, FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BOA 8270-00, 2 SDR $335, NEW Townhouse 8440. Sec Plus LMAR Pool, laundry. no cats or dogs SamaFe TraceApt 37-1-1100 8-20-252 Oak Glade Aps Near UF & VA, quiet washer/dryer available in most units for $20 mo Cats Allowed 18-28, I 8 2 Bath 5250-$350, sec A Imr 372-6422 6-2025-2 SPACIOUS ONE BEOROOM APT OLY $26344 LYONS APT U S SW 20Th AV. S777f7 a-20-25-2 INCMDIUL Esfmse ey Apt Deelpe at $10 "It'l S'Si2edrem -22 heh ckr ew Secal All Amen~te Av t FUWIISHED UNUU4ISIED Roommae Ave we're mc 1 COUNTRYGARE# 371-4500 200W esI e FOR RENT: UNFURN. In The Pines S"CIous 1 2 & 3 BEdroom Aprtnment A Townhouses Convenini 10 UFIShands 2 pools tennis ct weighi room sauna. 2 laundry rooms Ask about 3 bdr soals $400 ofi 373-3371 205 SE I 1h Ave 112 mile eoar of Mai FIT M F96 Set 10 Sun 24 Villager West Duoet Ibd On Cul de sac I story no noisy neighbors above' 800 NT IS Ave Take St N from 16 Ave 371 1777 6 14 5-2 Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bit just 3 bikS N of UF, very, very nice 414 NW 14 Si Col leg Park Properties 371 1777 6 14 5 THE TOWE RSi Soar about the mundane, See UF from private balcony newly rno vated I bdrma 207NW 17tS1 371 7777 Center Court. very nice 2 bd. walking dih lance to UF. 1210 NW 11 Ave Csb wsher. cent air Oftice 411 NW ith SI 371-7777 8 14-5 2 Available now. SW 2bdr api, porch coil rnf tans dishwasher cent HA, near bus $375. ecludin waler 37 0701 6 II Wpnm.adows Apis 2 bde/2 be $490her0 .desp, avail Aug 1 336 7852 Iv ies sag 6 14-6 2 A clean 2br ideal for coupies/seious 51udents $290/mo mie water A garbage 4013 NW121M Terr Apt 6 Call 378-7459 or 376 663 6 IQ-6 2 MODELS OPEN EVERYDAY Mill Run, SW 20 Ave 2 or from $375 Call 33-7668, 1 5 daily Casablanca West 2735 SW 35 PI 2 &3 Ir $'76 $S5 372-8837 1 S daily Grsenwich Green & other rentals aval Cell 371 *tOO 55-4 2 Students only Studio 800 1 BR $225 furn and part uen Som with ll ullihise 373-563 UM to 10PM 8 7-4 2 Available now, Houso/duplex 4 br/ 2 bh. 392 SW Inn St tee. fieplace. central hesitak,. S50/nmo Call 376-613 leave mess"# 6-21-5-2 3 weeks Ire rent if you sublet a 2bdr/iba apt wote apt to ranew far fill Call 33IS13 820/M. 8-7-2-2 1" MOVE-IN SPECIAL Spacious I and 2 Bedroom. Pool, Tennis. Sauna, Gym and more. *TO#ERIOGE APT 3800 SW 34th St 3751121 Other valid to qualIfld application only 8-20-19-2 BEAUTIFUL WOQO FLOORS 1 A 2 bdr by UF. College View Apt 1105 NW 3rd Ave. 371-7777. 0-21-6-2 SW VILLAS -Available now, large I BR with walk-in closet. barbeque, nso" ulilities paWd $240 TUMBLINGCREEK Sfietocampus trom tha I BR balcony apartment, jusi painted, coin aundry. dlshweahs. $275 PHOENIXUptais2BRaparntenidist wmsher,hook-ups. minds. carpet, $310 SUGARFOOT OAKS -Incredible bargain 2 BR 12 BA, breakfast bar, dishwasher hok-ups, soMc utiitl pasd 325 SOUTHWOOD -Like new epaoeoa SRIt 1/2 BA. deck with pfrIday fence, bock-ups 8400 111 Isula@ $1et I ow a SUMMER SPSCIA4l Get m "14 ifs NOf' WatoUFI PO371lOa -12. 6.9 FOR RENT: UNFURN. 'o "bd"/1ba apt. m lanry eil" Ian $325'mo, wrnw carpet $340 avail now & Aug 2023 SW 37th Way 375 7986 6 7 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE LeasetRi-lo own 2bdr '/2 ba fenced newly painted Icentral ar paets ok Wlrhmdreadows 37' 1 Old4or 373 8540 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Summer 9 -option for alt. own bedroom in nice houne In NW era Wood flwrs, celng Arens, huge yard, 10 min walk to UP. 1156 + 1/4 Stli. Call 375. 8#94. Sublet a room. Windmeadows Apt Summe, B in July 31. $200 me .114 Utir call 336-0397 6-12-4.4 Sublet rim sufMMln B, 135 mc + 114 util Huge' bd42 be turn hie AC. wash/dry, -7 min bike to UF 376-776 6 -5-4 4 Sublease avail May-Aug Towns Parc aps Fully turn 4 bdrs avail Only $150 + uld or 350 for sit Call 336-4705 and Iv mesa Avai mmcd S 5-3-4 OXFORD MANOR FREE May Rentili Name Pricel Own Fm A bth Call Wendy 334-0030 6-5-3-4 SUBLET 2fd/l be apt End of June-Aug Just 2 Blocks from UF Call 336 7691 8-7-4-4 Sublease a 2bdr 2bth Apt a Park Place $40 per month for fall and spring Very spacious and modern Call 335-4806 6 72-4 Sublet starting tug, large I bdr 4 Wks from UF, wood fliers, upstairs qu'ot $210. call 335-7775 alterS, ask or Tripp S ROOMMATES Rmmt Summer B, F N/S, no pals, Oxford Manor, turn private bdr/ be, ull ill 0350 for 6 wks. Call LeAnne 913-5310109. 6-14-10.5 Responsible ns ferm needed for own br & bannew bert 2 ba mobile home, securiy eys, eiet at. Avail fal. rent nag 335-5240, 6.9-1 1-5 F mmt needed for 4 bd2 be turn condo by Oaks Mail Wash/dry, security sysiorm $200/mo a splitslctuiclt 3354296 6110-.5 Live in the country W/ your hote, NjS F mml to share 3/2 on S acrsi5 mo st51 of Oaks Mal Cent air/heal, riding arena. trails avail July 1. St70/mo + 1/3 ul 472-4624 6-6-5-5 *00**LOOKO**2 mrns avail in big 3 bdr house JacuZi, nsd yd. study Pets ok. $16070/MO, split UIl 338 843** 0 6-5-5-5 NIS for own room In br SW house wrd fenced yard S min UF/Shends $135 .1/3 ull 30-I 14 6-5-4-5 "OWN ROOM" 8168 25/mo but nso e 114 utiltiss. avail summer and/or 1all, F/NIS call 336-3634 8.7-5.5 NIS Rmmt wanted Own room, fully turn .beautitul apt w, pool. palio a morel *300 Hi. rent. isc. 8 turn Picaddily Asia. Call Richard 335-5584 6-7-5 MILL RUN: N/S mmt for own room needed for Fail Furn with wadry 8216/mo + 2util. Call Tim at335-5457 Envir-oaeloua M/F 4 hup rtM in big 1920 house. I bik to UFwoed oomlsun gets, BthnSimb 1t4 ullE de". 275-1 7-4-5 Quiet, e rmmt, waned for fun apt near lawb. (CaMnsO) $I1c/mO'.Call John 37"-1osn. 6-14-6-6 ROOMMATES RMmi needed 10 shae 2bdl S30/mo + 112 uhf Ask Or Jim 335 4644 5 7 4 S Looking tor a fram non smoker who is quie and very Viious for All and ai lng in Rocky Po nt 2 bed 2 bath balcony enrsie Pond view no Pats' Call soon LaInie 335 7449 220 00 a month 6-7 4 5 OXFORD MANOR NSIF wanted simmrer urn own oombathwasher dryer r0ed liabl, rent 112 honi~ Call 373 7504 G-7 4 5 Need thint NOW In Spyglass wash dry own brdibaiah 224 MO .dOPOSit Calli and leave message 3355742 6 S 3 5 MiF n/s. own room in 3bdr/2ta house, $150/mo + 1/3 util, tail opt-on, 338 1858 8-7 4-5 Roommate wanted 2 BR 2 1 2 Bath washer-dryer, fans 200 per mont and dsposlt Nonsmoker, No pelts 335 3089 6-14-5-5 F poslbac student seeks rmal or FALL Wiln rebocale Prefer clean NS 375 s858 6 7-3 5 Need in reri to share 2 bdr i1 1 2 bath after 71I DO S25dm .1,2 utl ph Cable PeTs or, I have a dog Call 336 6522 5-7 3 5 F NS for own m in 2 bdr'' ba hae 1.2 alk form UF $172 + 1,2 Sum BJul 91 Fun neighbbrhoodl Jrer pref 371 010 6 7 3-5 Cool. liberal rIM tor own room in house 2 blocks to of $1701o & 1i3 utit should like smokers, cats A music 3751274 art 6pm 6-5-2-5 Roormates Wanted Now to spill $350/mo duplex plus illhas Washer/dryer ,ncludedI 332-8710 2243 SW 70 TArr NO POTS 6-21 7 5 F rmmt fIeeded for own room/bath for $175or own room share bath $150 in nice NW home w'enced yd Avail Call 373 7529 57 3-5 MA RCHWOOD -m/f 3bd'2ba, waldry Poolside, long term rentse preferred $22S 1/3 ulil Call Alberi 335-3034 47-2-S OXFORD MANORF roommate need to sub for Summer 8 own oed bath, washer/dryer Call Lisa 373 7292 8-12 3-5 OXFORD MANOR Itrmnt needed to sub let apt for Summer B own bdribath Furnished CALL CARRIE 375-1856 6 12-3-5 The Gardens' e, I lor 2bd 2 1;2 ha twnbse. turn, pool, wid near sfcc'ul, SI6Smo .1,2 uta Now-Aug IS Michlis 332 3096 6f19-5-5 HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, sludious rommt needed In FALL for large bdr n 2Odr'lbs apt overlooking Pond $197/mo 371saal 6-14-4-6 Serrous student. own roon, for sum. mrnrfall. $180 + 1/2 util Less than I ME form IF Ron 373-33321374-5758 115 NW 7t Terra" 6-7-25 F NS for July Is1 Share 2 barrm SW apt $167 50 rent plus half uil Skylight, Washer, Dryer Call Carol 3360242 today 6-14-4-5 SUBLET Summer B Furnished Apt own room 112 utilities $225 60 End Brandywine Apartments 374-4925 6-19-55M/F own room iE a 4 BR house 2 blocks to campus 145'ho IS/ ulis carport. woodfloor. fireplace 3S 0597 IV measat 6 7-2-5 2 rooms fo *I50-0180 + 1/4 Ul avail June 1. washidry. nw home close Uo Up. 33-a, 8-7-4.6 CImlIed. 00 Continued orn next owle E 11

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'r, ROOMMATES N I "1 '0 1W' Q 'r u p~ ~ ~~~~'1. --f -|NWa rm od a~~~~~~ Fsl'o1 'ec Fro W 1i w 1r. 6 FOR SALE IYPSL Tt 11 Varityper 5410 D sk nuves 2 fimJn cassettes 2 film cannitours I acory recor'dtoned unused in pdy 2 yrs Pe-fro t tor small typesetting johs snood rmachirs for small type shop Syis term includes 3 rolls 6 in HC film & 6 font disks $3,500 080 Call The Alligator at 3/3 9926 for more info Alpine, Kanwood, Sony and 30 more brands are all at our Now Locallknt Car Stereo Speal(l ate 3215 NW 13 St 372. 2070 8 20 25 6 MICRO CEN TE R/ Computers 376 1146 Editor's choice CompAdd Nor[hgale H P Price same or lower Than mail order Systems below Include 1mb 40mb I21Ms) gr .hiCs monitor, MC 286/12 $1195 Packard Bell $1295 MC 386s1 $1495 Northgat, 386f20 $2399 PB 286 laptop w/ Id A baTery $t999 CompuAdd 810 wi 20mb & greeCs monitor $970 1 A 3 year warranties Onsite warranties Panasonic 180 prnier $105 HEPLaser Jel lip $1049 3743 W University Ave 8 9-2 6 FUTON S FRAME From only $200/sot Call Al 373 3127 73-128 Crimeslopper Car Alarms, K 40 Radar Do ta tors Sherwood. SamulJ Sony Orion Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo We Beat All Prices 373 3754 0-9 24Handcralled wooden birdleeders Hdilier enI sizes available 55 to $15each Free seed with the firsI two sold Call J R between 7pmand 10 pm375 1935 6 19 4 6 Microwave like new. and live speed blender lor sale $100 o, the pair o(ers considered) cell 377 3441 anytime 286 COMPUTER 12 rht, 49 MO harddrive, 5 1/4 ard 3 1(2 happy drives 14" VGA color manrlfor, 1 yr warr, DOS 3,3Micrsolt Works Doe Shea Only $1795 ELITE 335-1300 Safari Audio is Gainesville's newest A as esi in car audio, cellular 9 security Custom installation A repairs 336 1128 6 21 10 6 WORD PERFECT 5.1 Student/Faculty Price 8135 Call ELITE 335-l*7-3-10-S Must Sell Immediately plame ticket to Boston aneway 870 and couch for $80 call nights 336-7732 8-5-4-6 CAR ALARMS installed remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Call 336-9193 student mv masage 1-20-21-6 Pair of Mustang GT seats, these seats ae oul ol an SO and are nat Red w/adj thigh support & power Lumber $480 oW. Call Vince 335-4648 -1-5 Moing. must elS ege -couch in real conl des, 2 small dressers A 2 twin/hida-aay be Call 375-2218 alter 4 6-14-66 Queen waterbed w'bcoicsae and mirror headboard, eac cond., 0175 W6O SNInd8 &.3-8 LOTUS *0-SPEED. gold wIblue ta. Sun. tour components, very good conditIon $120 Call Die at 378-.005. S4-T Soy Cox-A 10 dle y dsk tender holds 10 eds I350 CatIons T0BauOa subwerm $M. Calf Vine 3354548 8.6-3Motlene*. W.*eS S125 apes".dpe. Call 0S4s 346$. 44 For 55SBerm Wde gb.ge cond Calf 376-41" Ar iw leave mesage m.l4-2 JVC pulul eeW aMaese $IN Oa. aCiMSewfn,Mle.,. ...m. Cal USs-tsil lv. mets. 1-744 FOR SALE Ar IF I FIL In 1 id -I a 0 ."1 qrrIT [FltIe Ms $/, aboa nd Dal i-' lr $1 Oak dresser $80 TnO L', 3;]l 095 5 J o For Sale beds no;ICn., lr, 525 a )esk $20 obo Cal Al 37/ 2/93 save message 6 12 5 6 Desk FRFE walt unit Sal $10 dbl bed 1100 flog Moving Wad May 30 Call 371 4983 bysg 6 29 1 6 Must sell Hand ted Cowures 1 dusky I peachlront + accessories Very lame 335-2922 ask for Karen $450 6 5-3 6 SALE il Loveseal $90 Twin bed $60 1 speed bike 80 Color TV 19 in $80. All .a great shape call 335 9248 6 7 4 B 42 Connelly trick ski Trick rope Med women's wetull 373 9589 6 12 4 6 Furniluro 4 Sale Excellent Condioii couch leather chair cot.e, table sio Call now leave message 335 3780 PrCoes FgOC 6 21 7 6 4 sale a Zen, n terminal Vax compatible wilh modem $400 or best offer call 335 9248 6 7 26 Queen watered bookcase head, 6 drawer pedestal sheets $150 Obo En tertainmunt center, $50 19 RCA color TV $100 335-6143 6-1958 CANNONDALE SR400 12 speed racing bike Scm Great condion with pump and waler botli, $350 ask for Atan 375-0869 6-14 4 6 MU ST SE LIl White lormica bedroom fur lure and full size bed Call Lisa 373 7292 6 123 6 MOVINGI Must sell lull sire bed, nightstand.dresserW mfror, shelves dea ow, chair, lamps TV Bland Call Carrie 375 1056 6 12-3 6 WATERBED, Queen, Semi-wavelesa wepedestal drawers $130 and solid dresser $75 negotiate call now 332 5538 6-3 1 a 2 pc sofaset, $100, 2 On size waerbeads. $150/ea 2 desks $90/0 chest $75. irghtstand, $45. all good shape all $ Neg Iall 335 0355, Please beave message a 19 50 VW Rabbit 61 new lires. sunroof) $600 Desk-chair bkcame (from Door Store) 1150 Tel 336-8209 6-12 3-8 GRADUATING MUST SELL Queen waterb*d w/i drawers Healer and liner included $115 obo 375-7488 67-2-6 200 lbs assorted weights and 2 brand new cast iron 50 lbs all in great conditoo $40 obo call Chris at 372-8924 6-7-2-6 small kiln SIR dagres may Great for fiore and coper ennel $9s 411 sin deign desk 8 comp shelf $80 f3".31 shellidesk/draworS combo $40 3727520Or377-I2 to e 6-to-S-C STAY COOL with a real air-conditioner Quai 20,000 STUB $150 080 Call 373-7150 8-19-5-a 7 REAL ESTATE Dupta I. ea Me, I in bfl. P1. nix, lee cmus, full kltleia nal Larry Cr Nam 3ll or 00 4844. *-21-7-7 Asum. e 12 Ory 01. p Adorabl, 4 .Is I hr To a fas, "4tlhL lunyewn awp woods a ne. EeSin 574-0 -371-470U. 647 2Rh/S In SreAwn. Fuly lwIced. meg, "-7+? M. t8Sfiq .-ftMW l me Y eMna.Ni Upgrade, your Th e .spe a i ni .*SUN |' 'w~eov. MOTORCYCLES 180 Su1k G3550 Low m lange Eas and 'Oks great Inc KG carrying Frs" 5 Iwo helmets Asking $595 332 9240 6558 GS4500A 1982 Suzuki molocycle Great shape low rnnes Like new many extras $1400 Call 377 7543 6 22 7 8 Orange and Blue Insurance now covers motorcycles' tow rales low payments sale rider discounIs fast drive thrU ser Vice 377-2277 6 21 9-8 1989 Honda Elite 50 or sale Greal lor getting around on campus greal Cand helmet& scooter $800 Calianytime 336 9422 5-31-3HONDA ELITE 80cc why walk when you can ride? ONLY $500 call MIKE 373.0732 v mug 6-5 38 1968 Kawasaki KE100 Enduro. perfect for campus parking, runs great, w/helmet $500 OBO 336-9557 6-19 58 1981 Yamaha Sec. 650 rebuilt engine Inci new met Asking $600 Call 1248 5-14-4-8 low miles with rear ir@ & hel Travis al 375 Need to place a Classified ad? Too Lazy to do it? Good Newel You case do it by phone If you have a MaslorCard or Vistal Call 373 FIND 9 AUTOS In Volvo 122Swagon Rebuilt engine, great condItion inside ard out. roof rack White wi red unt A coal classic $90 330-Oilo 6-5-S-9 SUZUKI SAMURAI 87, soft top P.fect condiorn Must setf Call 375-0304 8S-sJep CJ7 Laredo 80, motor 02, Black, Hardtop, Bikinhlop. $2950, Graduating student Call NOw 3794141 Alberi 6-75-9 ORANGE AND BLUE INSURANCE low rart@. low payments. fast drhve-thru ser viCe, as iable *upanol 377-2277 377 CARS We care -12.9 1077 CHEVY MALIBU very clean, looks good, runs great new tIre atereo V-9 must se, call Mike 373 0732 1v mao S-S-S-B S S S S ARE YOU UNDER 21? Head to Alley Katz on Wednesdays. 9 pm -close Is College Night 18 per peno Inde: unilimited bowling, shosemin-folf and a hot dog or pretze wa mudtxn Soda. Bing a friend AUTOS 'II T o I ,a (,quit'Ze' 'n' IF 4 D0ar A It F o $800 tor quka e.1 3 512 o 12 4 1985 MAZDA OLC silVer 2 dr hatch back, only 47K orlos, 40 mpg sO reo/caSt new battery & alternator BUNS GRFAT $2200 00 336 8211 leave message 6 7 2 9 Ford LTD 1979 perfect cond pb ps pw newntres Must sell $900 please call atr 5pm or wkends 376 2051 6 7 2 9 Datsur Pickup Truck 72 runs good low mileage 500 obo call 336 4176 6 14 49 79 Datsun 210B Hatchback wagon 4 dr Great deal for around town Priced 10 sell $900oba Call now 332 5536 6 12-3 9 78 Chevy Malibu Classic, a/c Cruise al most new tire and battery, 3700 call 371 6510 a-12-39 75BMW 530, utoaItIC Wig alloy wheels. super stereo, main tamed nicely, priced to sell $3500 obo 373 0968 TV mess S 195-9 l988 Dodge 150, 5-apd, blaci. in good shape, $2900 462 2902 6 12 3 9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLD Gems, Class Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie's Fine Jewelry 373-9243 8-20 25-10 College night at Alley Katz Every Wed from pclosing $8 per student includes unlimited bowling, shoes, mini-golr A a hot dog or pretzel *1 a med soda Don T miss ill 6-7-5-10 WANTED Will pay dollars lor one answered CHM 2046 Lab Manual Call after 5 00 378 75T5 6 7 3 10 Iri lennIs player seeks same for practice 2xtwk 375-9858 6 5 2 10 $7 deahr pnivale ltor lor physics labs 3055U3056l Mus have made an A" in these courses Wlhin The ast 2 ys Needed NOWI 377-0900 6-5 1 10 II SERVICES NW Mini storage at 1-75 A NW3th Ave near Oaks Mall area. 5 x 5 to 10 20 tram $20, 10% disc to students 332-8917 S 20 25 11 BRE AD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NW 10th Ave 372-tW MClS nuran Free Pregnancy Test Mem National Abordon Federajon 8 20-25-11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Got confidential testing and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0081 S** GATOR MOVING ** F ullServ Mov'StoragelPacking I tem/Hs Full Days'Eves Long das Lic/Ins Harrybilll 374-4701 8-20-25-11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM A ts sons boarding woodser faCIlities hay sides parties uales orklng students accepted 46-3224, 37$-S0W I I iI III il I I-H I I 1111111-Im m_ --r ~ l e. be nah~e -S.mw e -40b ~ a&A 'a ena at .$ni I* -* SfW .s p -0p p unisex $3 Haicut $111 1-Ut 535 Spaw Pie slew $033e* O sI Sla o flfltBmm ape, s 1.PM 'SOW, aaa "la

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'IJESDAY, JU NE 5, 1990, A1I.GATOR 13 SERVICES ii sial' Call Mobile Aulo Rescue and Repeir Fast service 25 ye exp Jumrps Iun pS, mirlor repair& 24 hrsiday 372 ,325 6 7 8 11 Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms Stall and pasture avail 7 & 112 miles N or Highway Patrol 402-5127. 462 431 T '0 22 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional MovingPecking A Supplie, 1I tem House full LocsiLflg that Lculn. Priced for Studerisi Marty 375MOVE 8-20-21-11 Environmentally concerned. responsible person alalable June 1st for house siting Rune own cleaning service E excel Wi 375201 -5-3-11 To Busy To Clean? Company Coming? Cell Susan's House Cleaning Service 904335 7664 Professional And Prompt 6-5-3 11 CARPET and VINYL installation. repair and resiretchee. free estimates No Prob em Carpet Seivice Robert374-5493 6will do your library research I you (813)831-754 POax 3200 2Tadpa Fi 33879 7-1 12-1t SERVICES I AMiL Y CHIIROPRACTIC Serving UF since1477 Most insurance accepted 2 blocks from TF 1107 SW 2 Ave Dr Steven Schargel 373 7070 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU Wrrf, WE TYPE Business Legal Personal Reports Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc oville Handicapped Typing 37-7'7. 8-20-25-12 *Typng reports business F1209 legal resumess Cstettes traniobed applications letters notary *etc Available 24 hOUraf7 dayu/372-2777 8-20-25-12 MICRO CENTER, Typing 371-2425 Full & sell service computing Typing .tart@e I Sopt Resumea $6 Self service resume $250/hr I /page Laser typesel graphics a spell cMeck theses paper special characters employ. ment dalsbason meilmerge Reining WordPerfect speciallel ViaiMC SO. mTE MOBILE GOLDFISH acm TDAKJW. MI NEW PET JELLYISl9 fOR A WALK'7 1IAJ VER ygy IcE of r jtuYFswY VT IS CA"tYIN ME ay WA Dy hi t P ArL A TYPING SERVICES Typing/Word Processng Oualitydepend able service Reasonable rate Laser priner 377 8175 (ti 9 ODpnM 8-20 25-12 Word Processing Typing. Okkping A No Tory Grad school *xp Prof quality 15 yrs emp Speling ckd NW section Dawn 332-3913 S-20-25-12 TYPINGNear Builld' PlaEa Fast, &CCUfate service Call 3730134 820 25 12 Put It in Writing Foai. accurte reliable service Master In English will check spelling and edit 24 his 373-0137 4-0 24 12 Pickup/Del, Typing and wordproc ne.w campus DependabIe, quality service Reasonable rates 24hrlday Cell Carol 373-4464 7--1112 We Beat Everybody's Pricelil Resumes*eLners*Reporte, etc Alachua Word Processiig 376-5465 * Establish4 snece illed 0*O RESUMESO* Complie writing & development So. Vices Resume House 371,-14 -020-12 **ACE WORDPROCESSOR** Rsame, term prpe.s dissertations, legal., technical S35-7064 7-5-10-12 bil Britis Schns FIES Cea I 6ET, Im TAKINHIM AE To THE SIDEXIC "Al A Il TRIP AMD PONT ImErTic WETE/ YOU CAN aUO ITARAIEA'4 hALITR as nAM .4 rN, KIM aUi". ai 0,i M22& 'VI' ft. TYPING SERVICES Si/age. accurole fast reiabpe Gradu ate school approved 11 cars exp May 172 0706 6 7 2 12 Typig/Wordprocessung WordPerfect 6 1 quality work, last results low rates dependable, personal service Tara 332 1469 a 20-19 12 13 HELP WANTED ADVERTISING CLERK Duties Include filing. answering phones. monitoring paperwork flow in advertising dept. basic math skills, must be dependable and good with people Working firs Tues. -5. Wed 12-6, Thur 12-5 Apply In persona The Independent Florida Alligator. 1105 W UnIv Ave between 0 am I 4 pa CM-Fl. Must be avallable summer A fell AA EOE AVON 375404? Sell Avon Full o. Pan-time We Train Benefit Insurance *-M 25-13 Excellent Summer Jobi Earn an easy $5IC/hr plus bonu with our outdoor marketIng team5-9 ptiflex achad Mike 336-3121 6-7-6-13 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS & YOUNG ADULTS. It you are 16 years or older werk pa-time. Earn top U1. 11no tran portatlion necessary. Call Jim at the Tampa Tribune, 3S-0453 btwn roa 5pm -. L7-2 Pert time, Ill Gator Lager Beer -shirts, tanks. & gift EleMe. Call collect for cats17 In o details Mr Bufrer, 407 423 I CA6l05-13 HELP WANTED EARN $35 Tis week s $110 i's month new donars wilh ihis coupon Study While you donate or watch videos Free Parki Ga ins vle Blood Plasma Center EsT 1969 238 SW 41M Ave -378 9431 of TI 8 7 Fri 8-5 Sat 8 2 8-20-25-13 Need 15 bucks toda ? An easy, relaxing ay pick up cash all that's required is a plasma donation We pay $15 for your 1t 4 donalions a special bonuses enabling you Io @am up to I15 a month, Come in lodayl Alpha Plasma Centers 0 Sw tat S! Gaimevile 370204 8-20-23 13 FOOD. FOLKS A FUNp Join the crew at McDonald's, $artlime. full-time A between class-time, amp in anylime 7-4I3 FRESHMEN/HEALTH MAJORS Live-in Aitendent needed Call Usa at 379-7474 M F, S-5 7-10-11 13 Are you graduating? -We are seeking honest, responsible, hard working People to train for managerial positions Great salary, great benefIls. and great opportu ntIes Call 371-6064 if intensated 6 7 Experienced riders to exercise, ride hoee. Pays expene. Call 472-3777 Classifieds. Continued on next page. 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AIJGATR lIFDAY JIJNE 5, 1(e HELP WANTED Gl I PAtD TO IFAVEL' I 9 indnSrgl C & nlvrrIn 1r 1,04 AR 4160 eIl C 1 e**ee$3 W1 F Fl KI)**e A ,%rrble poducrs ir nomo |ot) fih m 1i m 1110 6 5 1 l3 [it ON I V many n odd u 1s Now Urrng all ages '1o call (615) /IQ 7TIl E XT 1 TO or Corn For c.isrq i s'1 P EASY WOPKI EXCELLENT PAY' As EM13LE PRODUCrS Al HOME CALL iOH INFORMATION 504 641 8003 lX i1 15 6 6 1 13 E .i r C .rp.n.or Ovn roois ca'r s lu races must College Pirk Properties 1/' 7S7/ 6?l 6 13 Cr-d srudeni educate, or business to hemw ritea lirterature rev ew on needs as sOsmr Call 374 2298 days' 373 0632 rgms 6 7 2 13 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS, terminals & pc's, buy sell trade, renI A repair Great prices OUAL IrY CODS 818 W Univ 338 0378 0-20 25 14 Intro-pag special $69 95 all prirats w/cOlor 2 x10 4 SOx 8 wallet Call Cre alive Oesigns for apol Hurry' 372 4815 6 12 9 14 15 PERSONALS Varnet/Carrora/Ray BanGatior Great prices reg or rs sunglasses The Optical Laboratory 376 5563 61l SW 4 Ave 1 block from Ala Gen -20 25 15 Natural Foods and Vitamins Eicrkcorsback Sandals Sunltower Health Foods 87 SW 34th St 372 7482 0 20 25 15 PREGNANT9 Dontguess GirIGmmedare test results from a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0061 8 20 25 15 NEED LOW COST Get special s'ludent and all supplies at HOOD 3770881 BIRTH CONTROL' discounts on exams PLANNED PARENT I20 2515 Permanent Hair Removal Call Katie at Omega Eecirolyss, Inc for into aboul the PERMANENT removal of unwanted facial 9 body hair 374 4307 8 20-25 15 $STUDENTS GET CASH$ For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy 5 372 1228 211 W Univ Ave -next toCen Iral City 8 20-25-IS SAVE ON RAYBANS University Opticians 301 SW 4th Ave 378 4460 8-20-25-15 AUTO INSURANCE VERY LOW PRICES Students welcome Call today Sunshine State ins 371-9696 620 25-I GUNSIGUNSPGUNSI 1800 Gun Inventory Over 500 handguns in stock Buy, Sell. Trade. Repair Reloading Supplies 466 3340 Harry Beciwith. Gun Dealer 5 m South of Gville on 441 ALSO -INDOOR PISTOL RANGE HANDICAP FACILITIES 6-9-24I5 HEADACHES 0 BACKACHES SPORTS INJURIES CHIROPRACTIC WORKSI Students may -covered by parents health insurance North Florida Churopracc and Massage 375-3668 CASH FOR YOUR BIKE We pay lop dollar for cruisers and Min Bikes Bikes and More 2133 NW S11 Si 373-6574 621 -12-15 FREE KARATE class Learn self-dofese, liprove flexibility A times., jam "lf-confidence w Cuolg mu 5 30-f7n. TrTh-lIn behind Hub. FrI-F Gym 6USEO CD'S -We buy. sell. trade Spikea 37-SPIKE 6-14-4-5 PERSONALS Drn, Barbara Sorry I missed you duringntiewenk break but while r was in TOWn I found my place for [re summer A fall Frederick Gardens at 1130 SW 16 Ave They oven have some reduced rates for the summer Cal rodjy It 3/2 /555 I ove you Rrhard / 7 16 4n 1) Stount Lrope nooks $15 Faculty'sliu dert good Ior air hotels rn1usejmsr arls porruiron Call 3/7 1600 Dorothy S Truv Prolessionals b 12 b 15 S .OLLEGE MONEY' Private Scnioia, shipsi You receive a minimum o 8 prir vale sources or your money refundedl Guaranfeedl COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP LOCATORS P0 Box 1801 Jopehn MO 64802 1881 417 624 0302 8 20-22 15 Cancan Mexico sand olsle Myers 311 condo wks 7/? 7i14 or 7/4 7/21 1 wk $500 2 *iks $950 call 372-3336 or 338 0004 alf is 6 19 8 15 All for only $8 Every Wed Sp closing at Alley Katz is Colege Night Unimited bowling shoes mini golf A a hot dog or pretzel / a med soda Whal a dea, 612 5-5 MOVING? Why rent and move yourself when I can move you for less? Anylme, Anywherel Save a starving studenti 335 4540 8 9 20SHOE SALE on over 100 close -OuI shoes leading Nike Air cross-prainrs & many more Lloyd Clarke Spors 1504 NW 13th Si 372 7836 6 7 4 15 v ntermediate tennis aer would like so meon to play tennis wih Call eve frligs 377 4963 6 7 3 15 The Rert Unmon Barber Shop featuring 10 o Florida's top hairstylists, wash and wear cuts for man and women and the finest Redki n and Roller hair care prodacis Walk *n or call 392 1610 for an appointment 6 14 5 15 BAHAMAS Bahamas Summer Breakation Package in crudes 3 non/ days accommodations at Carnivals Crystal Palace, r/ airfare of ground transfers, hotel taxes $239 per person Double oct Call Breakaway Fours 377-6369 8 5 6 15 Pricebusier shoe sale ladies and men1 Tennis, running, cross traing-grflt solection from $29+ EZ Tenms 34 Si Plaza 6-12-8-is Dear Kathy. 'I was great 1o see you at Let's Ge Physical That's cool that you Can get one year free membership for signing a year leas at The Frderck One bedm starts at $300 Call 372-7555 Sally 7-17 16-15 Salo on ladies tennis clothingshorts, shirts. skirts 25% ofi Great selection. EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza 372-2257 6-12-8-15 16 CONNECTIONS EYE EXAMS contact lenses. eye disease treatment 28 year sEp Os J Beckun optometrIst 917 W Unv Ave 378-1288 8 20-25-16 GAY? 01? QUESTIONING? GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hr. Info/RAferraljConsultation 8-20 25-16 Under 21? Nowhere to go? Head to Alley Katz on Wednesdays *p-closng for Col. lege Night $8 per student, unlimited bowling, shoes, mini-golf & a hot dog or pretzel w/a mad soda a---16 Tall SM desires secret relationship with tall skinny WM lee than '80 pounds 60 Box 151g. 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Golfers seek first title in By JEFF MORIARTY Mllgator Wnter WINIER HAVEN -It's finally here The four days and 72 holes the UF men's golf team has been thinking, talking and dreaming about for years have arrived, The Gators hope to bring home the NCAA Division I championship for the first time in 17 years. They are one of the favorites at the championship, Wednesday through Saturday in Tarpon Springs. And the Gators feel they have the best team in the country. "Ifeelifweplayuptoourability, nobody can beatus,"senior Dudley Hart said. We are such a good team that I don't see how we could play bad. For us to lose the NCAA's, somebody is going to have to beat us." Thirty of the best teams in the country -especially Arizona State and Oklahoma State -will be tying to do just that The latest Goneh/Taylor Made rankings have Oklahoma State at No. 1. Arizona State second and UF third. For most of the season, UF held the No. 2 spot, but Arizona State edged ahead after UF played poorly in several late-year tournaments. UF's late-season slump can be attributed to the absence of Hart, sidelined with a stress-fractured rib. No one, not even Hart, knows how it happened. "We're a little bit nervous," assistant coahJimKelson said. "He'sgoingtoplay, but probably not at 100 percent." The NCAA Championship will be the last for most of the Gatorn and is something they feel they could have won since 1988, the year UFcoach Buddy Alexander came to Gainesville. That year, the Gators were winning the tourney with only nine holes left to play, but finished fifth after throwing away some shots on the final nine. They had a UF golf coach Buddy Alexander could Championship. similar experience last year. "The first year it almost actually happened when we didn't expect it," Alexander said. "Last year, we were seeded third and felt we had a pretty good chance to win, but finished 11th. This year is going to be the third moment of truth." 17 years ALUATORM MP0 be all smiles after the 1990 NCAA I Senior Chris DiMarco has won five tournaments and has eight top-ten finished this season. He is.a candidate for the College Player of the Year. 0 Dudley Hart has been the most consistent player in his four years at UF, and had seven top-10 finishes this season. U TUESDAY, JUNE5. 1990,ALIAGATOR. 15 .s. Japan visit O'Dome By MATT FOGLESON Alligator Wrter Sets and spikes will fill the O'Connell Center Wednesday night, months before the UF volleyball team opens its season The U S and Japanese national teams, not the lady Gators, will take the court at 7'30 p.m. as part of their six-match series that started in North Carolina and will conclude in Atlanta. The U S team, coached by Terry Liskevych, includes four competitors from, the 1988 Olympic team that took seventh place in Seoul, Korea. The squad is preparing for the 1990 Goodwill Games and World Championships. m]his will be a very important series for us as we prepare for the Goodwill Games," liskevych said. "We've got a mixture ofyouth and experience on the roster and seem to be progressing steadily" The Japanese team, a perennial powerhouse that has won two Olympic gold medals, finished fourth in Seoul in 1988 The match will feature a contrast in styles -the U.S. roster includes eight women who stand 5-feet-11 or taller, while the Japanese team compensates for a lack of height with its quickness and emphasis on defense The Americans include Kim Oden, the 6-foot-3 middle blocker who was named team captain in 1987; middle blocker Tee Sanders, a 5-foot-Il1 outuidehbitter whotwice was vote the NCAA Division I player of the Year at the University of Hawaii; and 5-foot-Il outside hitter Tara Cross, the NCAA's all-time kill leader from long Beach State. The U S. team, which trains year-round in San Diego, recently returned from Europe where it qualified for the World Championships. F PROTECT YOURSELF Learn all you can about AIDS today -call (904) 372-4370 for information. NNoR'H FLA. -HORSE COUNTRY 6 ACRES -516,900 Partially wooded, gently rolling pasture on paved road. Ideal location for retirement or commuters. 12 miles west of Galnesville, near 1-75, U of F & Hospitals. Ready to build. Owner will finance with low down. Won't last. Call now 800-888-4606, Ext. 822 from 8:30 to 8:30. I Keep Your Summer Tan at Sur-Tan I Indoor Tanning Eight sessions give you a golden Stan with the 5 Wolff system. 4002 Newbrry Rd. 3i 372-7862 Plaza West (behind U West S ln) U s~s 1 -ne -i s.-.12.J am.35" v_ imu;JmiLuamJJ

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Iti 1J tu ArOR ITSDAY. IUNE IM SPORTS Men place fourth at NCAA meet By MATr FOGLESON Atigator WNrtr litpu ii.iggnig iijurtesmaid a allen hurdler, [lie t;I mnit N track teuni managed I> loke home fourth place from he NCAA 0)utI(or Trn k and Ield Me t Ii w -k(-id i lr)iinim NC Do, iady Gtors. meanwhile, tied for eighth the strengthof ,a toly by a youthful 1,600 ieter relay tean the louisiana State liniver ,t11 men and women, who both won the SFC meet last month, wei e crowned the nation's outdoor champions F imen's head coach John Webb said he wasn't surprised at Ihe Tigers strong showing Going into the meet, I thought they were the best cam," Webb said Mark Everett scored big for the UF men, setting a meet record in the 800 and helping the men's 1,600-meter team to a fourth place finish Everett naned his seventh and eighth All-America honors, but Webb said the senior is capable of even greater things in the future "I thought he ran very well," Webb saidofthe 1988U S Olympian "But I think he can probably do even better." he women's I60O-meterrelay team of Kim Mitchell, Anita How ard, Dorchelle Webster and Tasha Downing gave UP's women team their first-ever vietory at an NCAA meet with a school-record time of 3-minutes, FSU ,t 1 seconds Webster also added to the lear's 25 points with a fourthp]ict Iiniish mn the 400-meter hurdIes (56 57) tindy Flerceg supplemented the tanf speed with strengilh, throwing (he jaohn a f{uiih best 167-2 Wendy I raner and Downing put the remainder of the Lady Galors' pomns on the board with Fraier's sixth place 5,000 (16 17 5) and owning's sev enth-place finish In the 400 (52 15) For the men, UF long jumper Dion Bentley leapt 25-10 to grab third place, Mike Holloway cleared 18 1/2 in the pole vault to take fourth place and Russell Willit tossed the discus a sixthbest 182-3 Tyroe Kemp, Lewis lacy and Marcel Carter joined Everett on the fourth place 1,600 relay team. But the team ran into trouble in some areas that had produced first place finishes consistently throughout the regular season. Javelin thrower Tom Plukstys suffering from an elbow jury, took fourth place with a throw of 242-8. more than 30 feet short of his American collegiate record of 273-3 Earl Diamond, whose season-best time of 13.69 in the 110 hurdles would have put him fourth, fell and didn't complete the race Webb said his team wa& prepared for such obstacles and added the caliber of the athletes at the meet made most things uncertain F I--: a 4a UF pole vaulter ,Miami may join SEC Alligator Staff Report Southeastern Conference presidents voted unanimously last week to pursue expansion, mentioning Florida State and the University of Miami as likely additions Also mentioned as possible candidates were Arkansas -currently in the Southwest Conference -and independent South Carolina, with independents Louisville and Tulane outside possibilities. The additions oFSU and Miami would make the SEC the strongest and wealthiest conference in the nation. With money from television, bowl games and the basketball SEC and NCAA tournaments split among the conference's members, the additions of two of the nation's most successful football programs would increase each current SEC school' 're FSU, a member of the non-football 4Metro Conference, might not be as eager to share its football program's wealth a nearly $5 million cushion built over the years. But the SEC'9 prestige could sway FSU Athletic Director Bob Goin. "We haven't been extended any offers, but if It would come it would take time to 4 look at this," Goin said. "You don't just say no to a conference as prestigious as the SEC." Expansion would create some problems, however The conference would have to be divided, which could put rivalnes such as UF-Georgia in jeopardy. Such a division could create an end-of. the-year championship game featuring the winners of each division. The stakes could be a berth in the Sugar Bowl. or the championship could be the Sugar Bowl. Several other bowls also would compete for an SEC title game. Even if all sides do hammer out an agreement in the near future, it would probably take about five years to adjust football schedulesbefore any new schools could compete for the SEC title. We spent a couple of days here adjusting our schedules to the year 2010," Louisiana State Athletic Director Joe Dean said. In the other sports it could be done fairly quickly. Football is the key one" Expansion was a hot topic at last year's annual spring meeting also, but had been shelved for further study. Wednesday's announcement was swift and surprising. "This is the ideal time for us. Were healthy. We're on the move, said Missisippi State president Dr. Donald Zacharias, chairman of the SEC executive committee. "We're ready to moventophase two, look at specific Institutions, let them know we're seriously interested In expasdon" ALLiG101JR PhAo Mike Holloway took fourth at the NCAA. Swim, dive teams look high and low for latest recruits 'n UPsi and diving team plucked two reatwsbmmaut bMaand SoutMi Abbe bingthepdfrillosla odwso I@UUSOUtUWsMSa. 4auifoolls Giovanni ijnneer and Artey 11 "o, JoSouth Aics, bring the sW esslwoop esi to am. Uni-dorm chatter not a great idea UFquarterback Kyle Moris'every move sparked torrents of boos and catcalls from the Florida Field student section during last year's season-opening 24-10 loss to Ole Miss All-America basketball player Dwayne Schintzus often was ridden harder than opposing teams over the years at the O'Connell Center And there won't be problems if athletic dormitories are abolished and the players live with the rest of the students? Yeah, right. C& GreMg Doyel UE BALL Picture some pale little redhead looking up at Livingston Chatman and demanding to know why he sat out the second half of the 1989-90 season. Imagine a curious non-athlete passing Morris in the hall and wanting to know why he bet on various sporting events and whether ornot UFfootball games were included. With the recentabundance of pmblems racking the UF athletic depart. ment -the NCAAs pending ruling on the fate of the football and basketball team heading the charts maybe it would be in everybody's best interests not to rock the ol' boat An unnecessary explosion could be just around the corner, one ill-advised dormitory incident away. Football coach Steve Spurrier was successful at Duke without separate dorms and has said they aren't necessities, but quarterback coach John Reees said Spurner would like to move out of Yon Hall ad into a new athletic dorm -to keep up with competition. Which is exactly why UF should remain one of the 21 schools across the nation sporting athletic dorms. Who should tailback Willie McClendon bump into in the hall lounge the morning of the Florida State game, fullback Dexter McNabb or journalism major Gregg Doyd? Speaking of money, er, competition, it appears the SEC is going to be chock full of it soon with the proposed addition of FSU and Miami. There's rtthing like a healthy shot in the bank account, one reason why SEC presidentsand athletic directors would welcome the 'Noles and 'Canes with open wallets, uh, arms. Under the current rules, revenue from television, the SEC and NCAAbasketball tournaments, and bowl game. is shared among each of the 10 SEC schools, even those not going to a bowl. FSU and Miami have bewawumulating (at New Y .ea Da paychecks for the past decade or ao and appear on TV so much they should be listed In the TV f* as aregular Saturday afternoon series. Why wouldn't the SEC want to set Its greedy little hands In PSU's and Miami's pockets?