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it Students. air concerns over Infirmary changes


hide and several student leaders,includ- to $40 in full.Students .
By DEBBIE CENZIPER Students, including several student "If you SARS, students ,
Alligator Staff Writer senators, spoke mostly about aren't going to know about it," ing Student Body President Mi- also criticized the new
placing UFs top,rape counseling Soble said. "I can't understand the chael Browne, listened as Grapski Infirmary policy of placing colored
About 15 concerned students de- program under the'' Infirmary's logic of taking a successful program described how the senators believe dots on the outside of medical files
scribed problems they see in UFs Mental Health Services July 1, de- and placing it underneath a UF students are not satisfied with of students who test positive for
Infirmary to a national accreditation spite resistance from group therapists dying (mental health) program." the Infirmary and usually try to AIDS or are HIV positive.The dots

committee Friday, in hopes of and ''patients. Three patients Also,the change means that new avoid itGrapski may cause a major breach of con-
initiating investigations and pres- from the Sexual Assault Recovery rape victims who go to Mental who gave the committee fidentiality because records get
suring Infirmary officials to make Service told the committee that t Health Services and don't specifically pages of newspaper articles and shuffled through many hands, in-
changes. placing a rape program under the ask for a SARS therapist may memos supporting his accusations cluding student assistants, and
stigma of the label"mental health" get a mental health therapist whois detailed the problem of mandatory anyone can see who has dots,
'The Joint Commission of Accreditation would make some people believe not specialized in counseling insurance for students who Grapski said.Friday's .

of Health Care Organi- rape victims are mentally ill, not .rape victims, Soble said. are taking a semester off. i
in the
meeting
was
zations, based in Chicago, comes victimized.Sen. .
to UF every three years to rate the Former Sen: Charlie Grapski For example, if students want to Infirmary's basement conferenceroom
Infirmary and decide if it meets Ingrid Soble told the two- voiced other complaints concern go to the Infirmary during Summer where hundreds of retired
accreditation standards. UFs Infir- member committee that moving ing Infirmary officials, includinglow Abut only are taking classes Sum- medical records line the walls. Re-

mary is one of 26 university Infirmaries SARS under mental health will staff morale, unfair insurance mer B,they must pay an offsemester acting to complaints from students
nationwide that have been make the program less accessibleto policy requirements, dissolution of $30 fee. If they can't show proofof who attended the meeting, Kellett
accredited in the past. The UF In- vulnerable, recently raped vic- the Women's Clinic and open re- insurance, they must also buy a sent a letter to Infirmary staff Mon-

firmary has been accredited for the tims who may not know where to cords for AIDS patients. $24 insurance policy. The alterna- see Infirmary, page 9
past 12 years. seek help. Infirmary director Boyd Kellett tive is to pay for the visit, from $20


I WSU adviser abandons. postBy I

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DEBBIE CENZIPER most vocal opponents. Wright for a copy WSU's con
Schneider refused to com- stitution.He .
Alligator Staff Writer. ment to The Alligator Monday. said he called Wright to

After three months,the White Wright said Schneider quit get information about the group,
Student Union's faculty adviser because he got tired of the but said no KKK members have
told group officials Monday that opposition's constant accusa- connections to Wright because
he's quitting, leaving the stu- tions and attempts to discreditthe they wouldn't want to "get him
dent group without one of its two group. A recent article ap- into trouble,"
requirements for group registra pearing in the University of Cen- "Mark is a pretty smart boy
tral Florida's student paper, the and seems to be a good kid,"
tion.WSU Bastanzio said. "I don't thinkhe's
President Mark Wright Central Florida Future, stated
"
as much a racist as I am.
said the group's adviser, Russ that Tony Bastanzio, a former
Schneider teaching assistantat KKK chief executive, "oversawthe Wright said he and Schneidernever
a
the Turlington Hall Reading organization" of UFs WSU. fought, although their A
ideas often conflicted."I .
Center, quit because of media Wright said Bastanzio has no
think he just got tired of all
coverage and rumors that tied connections to his group and
the hype and stuff about our
WSU to the Ku Klux Wan. He said he only sent Bastanzio a' M 4a
Wright t said. "I'm not
,
WSU's constitution group
said ,Schneider discussed the copy upon
mad or anything.We were luckyhe
connections with officials of the request. tt
did it in the first place and
Fraternal Loyal Order of the 99, Bastanzio also said he has no

a national non-Greek black organization affiliation with Wright's group, see WSU, page 5 t
and one of the WSU's but confirmed that he did ask



SG to set groups' budgetsBy .1 y6r


DEBBIE CENZIPER Infirmary director Boyd Kellett said he would A

Alligator Staff Writer start a new peer education program if SG decidednot
to pay for that part of COAR's budget, but he
Student senators will decide on about$247,000 would not keep the group's educators. If the
worth of budgets for 45 student organizations at Infirmary started its own peer education program,
tonight's Senate meeting:including. Campus Organized it would have no affiliation with COAR.

Against Rape. Browne aid he changed his mind about sub- i t f
If COAR's budget passes, despite debate in the tracting the.money for peer educators from w +
two weeks, the will receive more than
past group COAR's budget because group officials are deter-
$22,000 from Student Government and become a mined and enthusiastic about keeping the pro-
group run solely by students.The money also will gram. He also said he changed his decision
allow COAR to keep its four paid peer educators: because COAR's'adviser, Claire Walsh, said she 0Bey

the largest part of the group's program. will continue to advise the group without pay,just
The group's budget must pass through two like advisers'from all other student groups.
votes of Senate and then be approved by) Student
"I was worried that years from now,with a high
Body President Michael Browne and Student
turnover rate, there wouldn't be such committed
Treasurer David Stern.
Body people," Browne said. "But I talked to (COAR
the COAR was supported by the Infir-
In past,
and she mind at
President
Tracy Polcyn), put my
mary and SG,but COAR members repeatedly said "
they wanted the group to be student-run, sup- ease. NAMES WATERS
ported by SG and not be tossed between the two., Judiciary Committee Chairman Adam Tan- Seedy character

Browne said Monday he sees no problem pass- ,enbaum said he doesn't predict any problems with Sharon Yaacobl, 3, gets a taste of the Alachua County Water-
the final approval of COAR's budgetSenators
he I
ing COAR'-s budget, even though originally melon Festival Saturday.
wanted COAR's peer educators eliminated from also will vote to make the SG financemanual. 1

the group,and started,through.. the Infirmary. I!,a reference,! guide and I! !!not a binding.law,
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Recreation club lets

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dancers practice skill!

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By PATRICIA LEE semester, the club held Freedom
Alligator Writer Fest, a celebration of the democratic r 1lN,
changes in Eastern Europe.
The music that comes from Norman More than 50 people gathered to 99
Hall on any given Friday nightis learn'dances from Romania, Ger- C gxyy r k?
not usually heard on the radio. many, Bulgaria and other coun- N
Music stores probably don't haveit tries and to take part in what may
on their shelves. But the people be a cultural revival nationwide.
who listen and dance'to it know It "Folk dancing was very popularin
well They are using it to learn a the'60s,but it faded in popularity
little more about the world. during the last two decades, when
UF's International Folk Danc- people became less interested in
ers, a recreational sports club,has other cultures," said Nancy Hur-
been teaching hundreds of dancesto ley, student president of the club. ;;
generations of students for "That seems to be changing now, .... FK w
about 30 years. It is one of the and folkloric dancing is coming
oldest organizations on back." .
campus. ,.
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The club, open to all students, International folk dancing is a t
faculty, families and members of big movement in the United) States,
the community, meets every Fri- McDonnell said. By sending repre- ROBY PAGEALLIGATORThe
day night to learn traditional and sentatives to dance workshopsheld International Folk Dancing Club practices Friday nights in Norman Hall.
modern dances from almost every all over the country, the UF vakia, the Sulam Ya-Acov from Is- close holding and the unified effort The UF International Folk Danc-
country in the world by instructors Folk Dancers continually learn rael, the Hasapikos from Greece, that makes the dancing so special." ers meet every Friday night from
Joyce Dewsbury and John Ward, more dances and return home with the Ajde Jano from Macedonia and And club members say it's an 8 to 11. Because it's a recreational
folk dancers for more than 30 new music'and new steps for the the 12th Street Rag from the United educational experience as well. sports club funded by Student Gov-
years. rest of the group to try. They also States. Most of the dances they "It's a pleasant form of learning," ernment, anyone can join and
"It's a full cultural experience," encourage anyone who knows any teach are from Eastern Europe be- said Manuel Pontes, a marketing there are no club fees. Potential
said Tom McDonnell, a professor other dances to teach the group. cause they're usually designed for doctoral candidate from India who members are asked to bring com-
in the College of Law and the Among the repertoire of more group dancing, Hurley says. joined the group in February. "It's fortable clothes and soft-soled
group's faculty adviser., than 100 dances are the "It's a really neat feeling," Hur- broadened my knowledge of the shoes.
At the beginning of the summer Doublebska Polka from Czechoslo- ley said. "Ifs the touching, the rest of the world."


I UF may sue for unpublished Rawlings manuscript .

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By RONALD DUPONT JR. for The Yearling, a story about a boy's love Board of Regents, the State University president of Florida's 250-member() Marjorie
Alligator Writer for a deer he adopted. System's 13-member governing body, also Kinnan Rawlings Society.
When Rawlings ,died in 1953, her will gave UF permission to file suit. "They're acting quite unethically," May
UF may soon file suit against a South stipulated that all her original manuscriptsbe Steven Matthews, a society board mem- said. "It's based on ego, pride. Nobody has
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Carolina organization to gain possession of given to UF. ber and lawyer, did not return phone calls the rights to those papers except Baskin."
an unpublished work of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings gave one such writing, Blood of Friday or Monday. But UF attorney Barbara
Rawlings the Pulitzer Prize-winning au- My Blood, to her close friend, Julia Scribner Wingo said society officials have made it Blood of My Blood is an autobiographicalstory
thor who gave UF the right to keep her Bigham. When she died, the Seajay Society, clear they are not going to release the manu about Rawlings' family. The original
original manuscripts. a non-profit literary education group in Columbia script, which cost them $12,500. manuscript is 183 pages long and at least 62
of famous S.C.:, bought the work. years old. The story was originally submit-
Rawlings is one Florida's most "They are not going to give this up until
writers. She wrote most of her novels from Rawlings' husband, 88-year-old Norton sometime in the indefinite future," Wingo ted for publication in 1928 but was rejected.

her Cross Creek home, southeast of Gainesville Baskin, has publication rights to Rawlings' said.The Rawlings' donation of her work was the
often focusing on her experiencesthere works and he filed suit against the societyin society's actions are less than honor first such major contribution of original lit-
In 1939, she won the Pulitzer Prize May, demanding'the manuscript. The able, said Philip May Jr. of Jacksonville, erary work to UF;'Wingo said.

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Bensonhurst triggerman i sentencedNEW

YORK (UPI) -Joseph Fama,the triggermanin "The sentence ShOWS racial crimes win not DC I
the racial slaying of a black teenager by a white mob tolerated," Boyar said. "Let's hope that this is the last
in Brooklyn, was sentenced Monday to the maximum of these types of cases." !
possible sentence of 32 years, eight months to life in Fama's attorney, David DePetris, said he planned'
prison. an appeal. .
Fama, 19, was convicted May 17 of second-degree "I wasn't surprised at all by the consecutive sentences "
murder in the fatal shooting of the 16-year-old) Hawkinslast that the judge meted out,"he said."I told the familyto A REAL PLACE TO DANCE
Aug. 23. expect it."
State Supreme Court Justice Thaddeus Owens Mondello and Fama were the first of eight young 250 BUDSrICN'SAVE
refrained from comments characterizing Fama's con men to be tried in the killing of Hawkins, who had :
victions in the controversial case as he read the ventured into the predominantly white Bensonhurst I
sentence: 25 years to life for second-degree neighborhood of Brooklyn to purchase a used car.
manslaughter, and seven years and eight months for Mondello, 19, was cleared May 18 of murder and
riot,unlawful imprisonment,menacingand discrimina manslaughter charges, but convicted of riot, unlawful
tion.Earlier imprisonment, menacing, discrimination and posses-
Monday, Keith Mondello, the accused sion of a weapon.As .
ringleader in the mob attack on Hawkins, was sentenced he sentenced him, Owens said, "Mr. Mondellowas
to a maximum term of 5 1/3 to 16 years in the catalyst. He started all this. Without Mr.
prison. Mondello, there would not have been a death."
Prosecutor Edward Boyar said the Fama sentence Six other Bensonhurst youths were scheduled to
sent a signal to the city. stand trial in the case.

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GALVESTON,Texas (UPI) -Two fireboats beganan riding at anchor 57 miles southeast of Galveston.Two
all-out effort to extinguish a raging fire on the tanker men died, two were listed as presumed dead and 17
Mega Borg at midday Monday, but within minutes of people suffered non-serious injuries in the initial explosion
the go-ahead a new stream of flaming oil started but there have been no injuries since.
gushing from a pump house, forcing one fireboat to Five subsequent explosions on Sunday ,signaled a
move back and delaying the push. leak had begun in one of the storage compartments.
Smit America, a private salvage and firefightingfirm Salvage experts said the cargo was flowing into the
immediately maneuvered a third fireboat-one inferno of the engine room, igniting and pouring over
of six on site- to the port side and quickly "knocked the stern into the water. Burning oil stretched 1,500
back"the new outbreak of fire. feet downwind behind the ship.
The crews must extinguish the fire and then plugan The Coast Guard,using three oil skimmers Monday,
apparent leak in at least one of the 14 storage began to clean up an estimated' 100,000 gallons of rill
compartments to keep the 853-foot-long vessel afloat spilled crude oil that has drifted west,toward the Texas
and prevent a spill of the ship's cargo of 38 million mainland.The spill was described as"a heavy coating" KIDS EVERY DAY
gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. three miles long and 250 feet wide. I'I
The firefighting effort began at 12:10: p.m., accord Merlin said the fact that the spilled oil was burningwas I 71199
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FORT LAUDERDALE; (UPI) Gov. Bob: Martinez would not be charged because he did not recite the
claimed credit Monday for sparking a crackdown; controversial lyrics during the performance.
against the rap group 2 Live Crew, as authorities Authorities had planned to arrest all four band SUMMERS SALE ON
prepared to charge a third band member with violatingthe members following the weekend concert, but failed to
state obscenity law. nab Ross and Hobbs after. they left the club in a
Broward County sheriffs deputies arrested two separate car. Authorities decided Monday not to issue Gold Futures
band members early Sunday, shortly after the band warrants for their arrest
finished a live performance in Hollywood, Fla. "With a warrant,you have to hunt the subject down.A .
The band's album, As Nasty As They Wanna Be, NTA (notice to appear) is just like a traffic ticket,"
has been declared obscene in South Florida and in at Faulkner said. "They have to sign the bottom." s
least eight other counties across the state. Band leader Luther Campbell, 29, and member
Broward police Sgt Bob Faulkner said authorities Chris Wongwon, 26, were arrested Sunday without
planned to issue a notice to appear charging band incident several blocks from Club Futura.
member Mark Ross with a first-degree misdemeanor, Broward deputies acted under the authority of a
punishable by up to a year in jail and a fine of$1,000. civil ruling issued Wednesday by a federal judge in
Faulkner said a fourth band member,David Hobbs, Fort Lauderdale.

Supreme Court rules Pomdexter sentencedto
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WASHINGTON' (UPI) -The Suprme Court Mon- WASHINGTON (UPI) -Former national security
day struck down the anti-flag burning law enacted by adviser John Poindexter,convicted of trying to cover SAVE UP TO
Congress last year in a move that should reignite the up the White House's role in the Iran-COntra scandal,
call for a constitutional amendment to protect the was sentenced to six months in jail Monday -
American flag. making him the first figure the affair sentenced to $95'Invest

Justice William Brennan writing for a slim 54 jail.U.S.
District Harold Greene
Judge sentenced Poin
majority, said the law was inconsistent with the First
Amendment guarantee of freedom of speech. dexter to six months in prison on each of five felony in \
counts,but allowed the sentence to run I
concurrently.
The court's action comes in two cases, from
Washington ,state and the District of Columbia. Because of Poindexter's huge legal fees,the judge 11:: your future, now.
did not impose a fine. But the retired Navy rear
The Bush administration asked the Supreme Courtto admiral was required to pay a standard $50 court
review the constitutionality of the Flag ProtectionAct assessment for each of the five counts. dRTQIRVEDcouEoejEwaw
of 1989, which was passed in anger over a June What Poindexter did when he lied to Congress was I
a 1989 Supreme Court ruling in a Texas case that said "not a part of the normal political process," Greene Campus Shop o.,o..AeQ..re.,, ,
burning the flag as a political protest is a constitutionally said. The judge said ,Poindexter "engaged in the and Bookstore Order now for graduation delivery/ 0 0 m
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I Plan ittbtbrlsts "over bikersBy I New dean' named


MATTHEW SAUER plan and make a recommendation. through a series of computer tests to
Alligator Writer During the time allotted for citizens' determine its effectiveness. for UF's Collegeof
comments, Mark Goldstein, a former Barry Currier,another member of the
The amount of roadway dedicated to city commissioner, spoke against the CAC, said the plan should focus less on
bicycles in Alachua County could be change in the ratio,citing a recent issueof current problems and more on those of
reduced drastically if city and county Bicycling magazine that listed Gaines- the future. ArchitectureBy
commissioners a plan to guide ville the sixth best in
approve as bicycling city "We need to start thinking about what
the area's road into the 21st
system the United States.
we want the status quo to be in the RONALD DUPONTJR.
century. Goldstein said the county should future," Currier said. "Right now, we'rejust Alligator Writer
The revised system, called the 2015 maintain the 85-15 split that was created dealing with current problems."
Transportation Plan Update, would under his commission in the 1970s. Robert Wayne Drummond, architecture dean at
change the ratio of road space devotedto "The truth is that every bicycle you County officials estimate there are Texas Tech University, and driver of a red 1966 Mus-
14,000 in Alachua
bicycles County,
accounting
and from 85-15 tang has been named dean ofUFs
cars bicycles
percentto see is not consuming gasoline. It's sav-
for about 2 1/2 percent of all
a ratio of 98-2 percent.' ing it for your children and mine,"Gold- travel. College of Architecture.
County and city commissioners met stein said. "You can't just address Drummond, 47, will begin
last week to hear comments from local current problems this plan is sup- Jeff Granier, manager of The Bike his new job Aug. 1, succeed u
citizens and Department of Transportation posed to take the county into the year Route, said the change would be devas- ing former dean Anthony .
officials about the validity of the 2015." tating to bicycling in Gainesville."It Calanese, who became presi-
would really be a disadvantage," dent of Florida Atlantic Uni-
Craig Hedgecock, chairman of the
plan.Because Granier said. "It would cause a massive versity in Boca Raton last fall.
County Commissioner Kate CAC,said the 98-2 split was the only one
Barnes was absent, the meeting lackeda being tested by the CAC at the present problem with all the bike traffic we have. "I've always been Im-
with the of
pressed University
quorum and no binding decisions time and was supported by the majorityof Granier also said he thought the Florida," Drummond said.
could be made. the committee's members. change would lower Gainesville's national
"I'm with its
very intrigued
Two advisory boards the Citizens: "You told us to test the 98-2 ratio and bicycling ranking.Commissioners leadership.The College of ArDrummond
Advisory Committee and the Technical that's what we're proceeding with," expect to make a final chitecture is very comprehensive -
Advisory Committee have been ap- Hedgecock said. decision on the plan sometime in Sep- in its offerings. This is one of the keys in architec-
commissioners to the The CAC is running the 98-2 option tember.
pointed by study tural education. You're in a position where you can
explore the full mission of the university in terms of
free speech. Sandeen said UF administrators have no research and service.
Wsufrom Schneider would be blamed and usedas fixed rules for a registered group that A graduate of Louisiana State and Rice universities,
page 1 a scapegoat if conclusive evidence is loses its adviser. Drummond headed the department of architecture at
we're glad for that. established linking the WSU to the KKK Wright will have to go to the Student Auburn University before transferring to Texas Techin
and Schneider's career would be in dan- Services office and try to find another 1987. He also was an education consultant to King
Loyal Order Lt. Cmdr. David Padgett ger, Padgett said. The Loyal Order adviser, Sandeen said. He added that Faisel University in Saudi Arabia and now serves on the
said his group explained to Schneiderthe firmly believes WSU is a cover for the administrators will not immediately re- Architects in Education Committee of the American
dangers of his advisory position in a KKK, Padgett added. voke the group's registration, but could Institute of Architects.
group the Loyal Order believes is firmly "'You're gonna be the fall guy if any- give no estimates on how long WSU has Drummond said he didn't want to comment on any
tied to the KKK. Padgett said he doesn't thing goes wrong,'"Padgett said he told to find a replacement. changes he may make, but added he will"take the first
believe Schneider knew what he got Schneider.e told him he probably put WSU searched for an adviser for more year to look very hard"before making major decisions.
himself into and he only took the posi- his career in jeopardy." than three months after their formationin The Baton Rouge, La., native will come to UF with
tion to allow WSU to have its right to Student Affairs Vice President Art January before finding Schneider. his wife, Gayle. Drummond also has two children.



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to a

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friendMonique


Dupuis died Saturday. She was a UF student .

and had leukemia. Though you may not have known her, y
she was probably a lot like you. She attended classes, X
probably watched television when she should have l5lMartinez

studied and worked a couple of part-time jobs.

She became aware of the disease that took her life al-

most a year ago. Leukemia is often called blood cancer
and is characterized by an abnormal abundance of white

blood cells. It is treated with chemotherapy and blood .J

transfusions and in some cases bone marrow transplants. V
{
Monique received a bone marrow transplant from her .. )

sister in October, but it wasn't enough to cure her dis- o J "
ease. Few leukemia patients ever get any chance at all fora

bone marrow transplant, let alone a successful one. .. t'.: ,
That's because the donor's marrow must be very similarto '

the person receiving it. The odds of matching a patient .. ..". ',::1; '. .<:
with a non-family member donor are one in 20,000. .

Unlike blood donors who number into the hundreds of ,, .:':, :r ;;'::

thousands, there are only about 35,000 bone marrow
donors nationwide many of whom are family membersof

patients. But the process is really quite similar. might as well use a' bat

Gainesville police Sgt. and blood donor extraordinairePete

Backhaus signed up to be a bone marrow donor Gov. Bob Martinez walks into the small, spartan
more than two years ago. In February, he was told his room with a baseball bat as the unseen crowd cheers. eO- Geoff Boucher
marrow matched that of a woman in Seattle who neededa The Republican leader grasps the Louisville Slugger, s
OUTAs
strikes a classic hitting pose and then,smiling,swings. PEAKING
transfusion. After testing to make of the
some sure bat
The lands squarely on the forehead of the room'sonly
match Backhaus donated the Thursday morning.By you might have heard Tafero was a little difficultto
marrow
other
occupant,a man strapped to a metal chair.
kill. In fact, it took three jolts of electricity to finish
Friday morning he was out of the hospital and was Martinez rears back and swings again. And again. him off.The repeated shocks caused Tafero to quake
back to work Sunday. The hospital stay didn't cost him a The man in the chair slumps forward, dead. and jerk in his straps and witnesses said flames began
penny,and he said he was even grateful that he receiveda Pretty disgusting, right? A completely tasteless, shooting from his head.
free physical. There is some soreness to the area where disrespectful thing to even consider.Funny,that's the The show would have been even more grisly if
same reaction I got when I heard everyone's least
the marrow was removed, but it feels like a bruise, Back favorite governor using capital]punishment as a cam- Tafero wasn't wearing the mandatory hood just
haus said. "My advice to anyone who is thinking about paign pitch. another way we separate ourselves from the horrorswe

doing it is, 'Please go ahead. It is not painful. Be a hero.' Apparently, Martinez realizes he can't disguise perpetuate.Odd .
isn't it,that to these prospective jurors,killing
There are a million ways to help people. In addition to himself as the"Environmental Candidate," so instead people is OK if it remains'clean and distant But let
he's shooting for the "Killing Candidate.Wen if
volunteer work and time-spending programs such as Big Martinez wants to use the electrocution of Ted Bundyto the act get a little too-graphic, a bit too messy, and
Brother/Big Sister, you can also give of your physicalself. woo votes from some of our more bloodthirsty then there's a problem
Blood and plasma donations are taken daily at hospi- Floridians, then let's do it up right. Hell, if Bob wants Are squeamish stomachs more effective as an
tals and clinics around town, and if you are interested in the credit,then let get-tough leader pull the switch.Or argument against the electric chair than logic? Ap-
signing up to be a bone marrow donor, it will only take a better yet, let him take the swing. Now there's a parently all these folks missed the reams of evidence
how Ineffective the death is as a
showing penalty
few hours to fill out the paperwork and go through tests. campaign advertisement
It's accept
deterrent or cost-saving measure.To them
Martinez isn't the only one who extols the meritsof
Monique was a reporter and copy editor for us and a capital punishment when the deed is at a comfort able as long as it retains a big impersonal videogamefeel
! friend. We extend sympathies to her family in Jupiter not able distance. Down In Miami, ex-convict Charles No blood, no foul.
,
only from The Alligator but also from the UF community.We're Street is facing first-degree murder charges in) the Do you think Jesse Tafero would give a damn? Is
killing of two Metro-Dade police officers. About 100 he any less dead? If the people who' support capital
prospective jurors have been dismissed from the punishment are so sure of their right to. decide life
sorryWe well-publicized case by attorneys on both sides for a and death,then let's give them the chance to use that
number of reasons one of them being mixed unwavering confidence, that strength, of character.
apologize to anyone offended by headline inThursday's feelings about the electric chair.It I Let's get rid of the buffers and give these self-
seems some of the people who showed up for righteous souls the honor of following through on
edition that about the
accompanied a story jury duty are re-thinking their stance on capital punish their convictions. So, which eye-foivan-eye idiot is
Japan vs. U.S. volleyball game in the O'Connell Center. ment after the gruesome death of Jesse Tafero, who going to be the first ,to batter:up?
Our headline read "Japan nips U.S. on final smash." We was executed (murdered? assassinated? Don't they
certainly didn't write that headline with malice and were mean the same thing?) May 4 for shooting a police Geoff Boucher is a Junior majoring in journalismand

genuinely unaware that "nips" was a derogatory term for officer. an Alligator staff/ writer.,

:1, Japanese people. We meant it simply as a verb I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
/, synonymous with defeat. Thank you to all the readers "

. who called to inform us of our error in an understandingway. Only guilty have if I accuse you of stealing, unless has to do with whaf s right and
We're here to learn.alligator you have stolen, you have no whafs 'wrong.:"There,'can.be no
heavy consciences reason to feel guilty. doubt that blacks are mistreated inthis
-
Whites who feel guilty about the country..
Editor Editor: This is a response to'a mistreatment of.blacks have' .Based.on your statement, you
p Lucy Chabot statement' writtenby Dennis reason to feel guilty. They have, :seem to be a better person )with noconscience
Melandro June 5. I am addressing either witnessed
or possibly have I .,'Inyouri.case, there
' Managing Editor "Opinions Editor his comment which said, "Blacks participated in some way in the' seems to be'a clear reason Since
Ii Tracy Burlingame M.D., CumellaLetters have succeeded in instilling an exorbitant mistreatment of blacks,and what. the conscience: is,located in the
f' amount" of collective white they are grappling with is their,' mind,'it seems obvious for you to
Policyletter guilt b0 conscience. because you
have conscience
J *to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-0y-to page). They should be 'no
I' typed; double-spaced and signed! They should Include a typed name address and telephone A"race cannot be made to feel Conscience has nothing to do, have lost your mind:
,1, number. Names will be withheld If the writer show Just cause If you have any question call guilty unless they have something with being black I -
Hlnton11W
or white Terrence ,R.
being
II the editorial page editor at 376-4458
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No changes for Lombardi! draws.

SARS and COAREditor .. ."Goo, CLEAN FAMILY/ rW.-, .. .. .. dart from readerEditor

: I am writing in to
response
: Congratulations on
the June 5 Alligator article,-"Op..; your
darts to Student Government offi-
ponents fear" student rape service GATOR GRWL'WVtLWMLZY cials who are thinking about changIng
changes. Campus Organized Against
I trained under Student Assault Rape. -
Recovery Service director Claire I believe a dart also should have
Walsh to become a Campus Organized
gone to President John Lombard!:
educator. Against Rape peer srA R'N' : Lombardi}, displaying a misogyny
similar to that of the students, told
The extensive, 10-week() training Got Y its The Gainesvittt; ; Sun on June 3 that
program opened to what BARBARA .
my eyes he had rejected salary equity ad-
date and acquaintance is all GONNA 6E .
rape for
justments women to protect the
about and the trauma the victim HUSH BEAUMONT e READ ,Frrl integrity of those who have been

experiences.While denying for 20 years that dis-
>
at UF, I witnessed situa- TONY Pow crimination exists at UF.
tions in which females were andGrowl A \ Officials who want COAR to dis-
denigrated and sexually harassedby A appear, or at least hide it under the
males. It was not until Dr.Walsh's JERRY MAINEQS shroud of "Mental Health and t
.
peer education training, those who believe that discrimination -
however, that I realized what the 4S.e, Cah, .y',1. does not exist because they
victims go through. say it doesn't are like the ostrich
If the COAR program is put who thought danger would go awayif 6
under the leadership of someone he buried his head in the sand.
else, potential victims at UF will The truth is that rape and dis-
lose out crimination are two very real
Dr. Walsh is nationally
dangers for women on this campus.
renowned as an expert in the field But no one will be safe on this
of sexual assault and victimization.She campus until students and UF offi-
has appeared on such showsas for students not alumniEditor cials realize that burying their
20/20," "Geraldo" and heads in the sand really dumb.
"Crossfire." All students, not just women,
Dr. Walsh started the COAR : As I read the June 7 article on Gator Growl I show. Many students don't find George-and-Gracie- deserve officials willing to look and
education program in 1982 at the began to wonder once again who Growl is for. Growlis type humor knee-slapping funny. If you like our sense ;see what is going on around them.
request of Student Government billed as"the nation's largest student-run pep rally," of humor,join us. Otherwise please stay in your RV's We deserve officials who have the
leaders. This program has been yet after hearing students' choices for comedians, the and watch "I Love Lucy" reruns. integrity to act no matter what has
used as a model for more than 500 producer,Brian Guenther,had no preference.Sounds Maybe Growl does become a bit childish and been said for 20 years.
organizations and universities like lots of student controlI "off-color: ," but during a semester of studies and Paula. Marl Tyler
throughout the country. I really hate to beat a very dead horse, but here exams, sometimes students need to blow off steam 7LS
Why is UF taking away a program goes'- Gator Growl is for the students.There, I said and cut loose. So give us that right
Dr. Walsh founded and putting -, it. For those who feel that Growl skits are too vulgar Lefs get rid of Moral Majority mentality and keep Poor suffer
it under the leadership of and not "appropriate. the popular student sense Growl student-run. That means student opinion most
someone else? of humor decide. counts, Mr. Guenther..,
I don't see why those who have Parents Growl is not put on for your children's And by the way, about the traditional paper fight without abortionsEditor
been trained by a leader in the field amusement If it was, the Teenage Mutant Ninja I've never heard of someone getting "papered" to : As the heads of prolifersand
of sexual assault and victimization Turtles would be booked for the show. So don't bring death. I know, I know "you'll put an eye out" pro-choicers bob up'and downin
win not be retained under the new them. They have no place at a college function. Oh, well the sea of time, it is time to calm
leadership.The Alumni, wonderful people that you are, UF has to Tegan M. Eve the waters and sort out fantasy from
COAR program works and cater to you to get your money, but Growl isn't your 2UF reality. .
is an effective tool for educating To attempt to legally eliminate
students about date and acquain- abortion in the United States wouldbe
Letters exhibit attitudesEditor
tance.rape. society's similar to trying to eliminate
Elk Frauman sexual relations. Good luck. The
Galmvlll : When I first, read 'Dennis Malandro's and thought about Ted Bundy, but because you share discussions of when is a fetus a
Daniel Kane's responses (June 5 and 7)) to my letterI some superficial characteristics you are a suspect' person, and the condoning of abor-
Candidate's effort, was outraged.However,after examining their letters That is how many law-abiding black men feel today. tion in the cases of rape or incestare
further I was solemnly pleased. Kane and Malandro's Just because we happen to share common physical equally ludicrous. If a fetus is a
is unimpressiveEditor opinions exemplify and evidence exactly the types of features with those black men who break the law, we person at conception, then is the
'all-too-common: negative racial attitudes inherent in are suspects. fetus of a rape victim or an incest
:For some months IVe read our society. It makes no difference whether we are students, victim any less human?
the stories about LaMonte White's Kane refers to black men he has most likely never doctors, politicians, etc. It is an insult to myself and Unfortunately most of the pro-
bid for a seat in the u.s. House of known, met or'' seen as "scum" 'and ,"garbage." other brothers who have worked hard to be positiveand lifers come from the opposite end
Representatives.I Malandro's,statement, though relatively brief was productive to society to be categorized as potential of the socio-economic spectrum
thought it was admirable to chocked fun of unfounded and blatantly racist allega- criminals.And it is important that I point out that not compared to those who need the
give it a try in the face of stiff, tions in reference to blacks and crime. only white people have this attitude.. services of an'abortion clinic. The
competition. But something didn't Where did these two men get their information to Why do these conditions exist? 'Kane wrote in white, middle class and above get
seem right He knew that in lieu .formulate such ill notions It is my thesis that their reference to the motives of David Rowe that "people their "cure" away from their own
of the $5,000 filing fee, he would only source of information was the media.They simply 'wanted to understand why.. "However;in the case community or completely out of the
have to collect 6,127 signatures.' believed the media hype and then made assumptions. of black crime, none of us seem to want to make an country. The poor are having un-
Each time I read a story it would I wrote my letter in order to stimulate open-minded effort to understand the real motivating factors (pover- wanted children who grow up in the
hit me. He's really not getting a lot thought into the development of racial stereotypes illiteracy, illness, eta). Instead, we take the easy streets, fending for themselves. f?
of signatures. fm sure the people ,through media misrepresentation.For path of stereotyping black men as suspicious charac- Most times they grow up with the
were there, but by the final'' those who don't have time to think about the ters.I. worst of results..
weekend he needed about 5,000 issue,please take a moment to feel Just Imagine that am making no attempt to"glorify"black criminals. The pro-lifers' concern starts at
more signatures. In months he'd you are a ,white'man whose last name is Bundy. No criminal deserves glorification. However, the fact, ,conception and ends at birth. If the'
gotten about 1,200 and he expectedto ,Suppose thatev rywhere you,'go, people become that several white criminals have been notarized represents pro-lifers are, as sincere as they
get 5,000 in one weekend. Perhaps afraid upon'learning that'you are surnamed"Bundy.. a dO\tble'standard.1 I that people would contend. they should adopt un-
he could have solicited the They make you a suspect, an enemy..Women would search: beyond the superficial scenarios to understand wanted children of races and cultures
'
filing fee in donations. ''be afraid to date you would, cross the street to what motivates the individual black criminal: instead totally l different from'their'
White said he could have acquired avoid you just because your name Is Bundy. of attributing deviant, behavior. as a'characteristicofblack :own. This would give the children
the DeceS signatures if, 'Imagine police constantly tailing you questioningyou culture. of the pro-life movement the same
he had started collecting at an earlier everywhere you went.How! would it feel to alwaysbe Through research we would find in many cases ,opportunity not only to be born,but '
date.' fm clearly unimpressedwith !, suspect although you never committed a crime that these men are indeed intelligent and talented and to have an equal opportunity to succeed '
, his effort. yourself.- you'just happen to have one, thing in are victims of their circumstances. in this ,world.
IJIrrr Shan.OF .: common with a person who did? David A. Padgett. Lee Harris'
student,senator You may have never seen, met,'.known or, even 'Loyal Fraternal Order of the 99 GainesvilleMORE '

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Goodbye to a



.. ,
friendMonique


Dupuis died Saturday. She was a UP student

and had leukemia. Though you may not have known her,

she was probably a lot like you. She attended classes,
probably watched television when she should have
vN
studied and worked a couple of part-time jobs. c Tilf

She became aware of the disease that took her life al-

most a year ago. Leukemia is often called blood cancer
and is characterized by an abnormal abundance of white

blood cells. It is treated with chemotherapy and blood .;

transfusions and in some cases bone marrow transplants.Monique V

received a bone marrow transplant from her {

sister in October, but it wasn't enough to cure her dis- il .

ease. Few leukemia patients ever get any chance at all fora .
bone marrow transplant, let alone a successful one.
That's because the donor's marrow must be very similarto ,
.
the person receiving it. The odds of matching a patient J .
with a non-family member donor are one in 20,000. "

Unlike blood donors who number into the hundreds of ",:

thousands, there are only about 35,000 bone marrow

donors nationwide many of whom are family membersof

patients. But the process is really quite similar. Martinez might as well use a batGov.

Gainesville police Sgt. and blood donor extraordinairePete

Backhaus signed up to be a bone marrow donor Bob Martinez walks into the small, spartan
more than two years ago. In February, he was told his room with a baseball bat as the unseen crowd cheers. a Geoff Boucher
marrow matched that of a woman in Seattle who neededa The Republican leader grasps the Louisville Slugger, S
strikes classic hitting and then PEAKING OUTAs
a pose ,smiling,swings.
transfusion. After make of the
some testing to sure The bat lands squarely on the forehead of the room's
match Backhaus donated the marrow Thursday morning.By you might have heard,Tafero was a little difficultto
,
only other occupant, a man strapped to a metal chair.
kill. In fact, it took three jolts of electricity to finish
Friday morning he was out of the hospital and was Martinez rears back and swings again. And again. him off..The repeated shocks caused Tafero to quake
back to work Sunday. The hospital stay didn't cost him a The man in the chair slumps forward, dead. and jerk in his straps and witnesses said flames began
penny,and he said he was even grateful that he receiveda Pretty disgusting, right? A completely tasteless, shooting from his head.,
disrespectful thing to even consider. Funny,that's the
free There is the where I The show if
physical. some soreness to area would have been 'even more grisly
same reaction I got when I heard everyone's least
the marrow was removed, but it feels like a bruise, Back; I favorite governor using capital punishment as a campaign Tafero wasn't wearing the mandatory hood just
haus said. "My advice to anyone who is thinking about I. pitch. another way we separate ourselves from the horrorswe

doing it is, 'Please go ahead. It is not painful. Be a hero.' Apparently, Martinez realizes he can't disguise perpetuate.Odd .
isn't it,that to these prospective jurors,killing
There million to help people. In addition to himself as the"Environmental Candidate," so instead
a
are ways people is OK if it remains clean and distant But let
he's shooting for the' "Killing Candidate. Well if
volunteer work and time-spending programs such as Big Martinez wants to use the electrocution of Ted Bundy the act get a little too graphic, a bit too messy, and
Brother/Big Sister, you can also give of your physicalself. to woo votes from some of our more bloodthirsty then there's a problem.
Blood and plasma donations are taken daily at hospi- I I Floridians, then let's do it up right. Hell, if Bob wants Are squeamish stomachs more effective as an
tals and clinics around town, and if you are interested in the credit,then let our get-tough leader pull the switch. argument against the electric chair than logic? Ap-
signing up to be a bone marrow donor, it will only take a Or, better yet, let him take the swing. Now there's a parently all these folks missed the reams of evidence
showing how ineffective the death is as a
campaign advertisement. penalty
few hours to fill out the paperwork and go through tests.
deterrent or cost-saving measure.To them it's acceptable
Martinez Isn't the only one who extols the meritsof
Monique was a reporter and copy editor for us and a capital punishment when the deed is at a comfortable as long as it retains a big.impersonal videogamefeel.
friend. We extend sympathies to her family in Jupiter not distance. Down in Miami, ex-convict Charles No blood, no foul.
only from The Alligator but also from the UF community.We're Street is facing first-degree murder charges in the Do you think Jesse Tafero would give a damn? Is
killing of two Metro-Dade police officers. About 100 he any less dead? If the people who support capital
prospective jurors have been dismissed from the punishment are so sure of their right to decide life
sorryWe well-publicized case by attorneys on both sides for a and death, then let's give them the chance to use that
number of reasons one of them being mixed unwavering confidence, that strength, of character.

apologize to anyone offended by a'headline inThursday's feelings about the electric chair.It Let's get rid of the buffers and give these self-
of the who righteous souls the honor of through on
seems some people showed up for following
edition that about the
accompanied a story jury duty are re-thinking their stance on capital punish. their convictions. So, which eye-foran-eye, idiot is
Japan vs. U.S. volleyball game in the O'Connell Center. ment after the gruesome death of Jesse Tafero, who going to be the first to batter-up:; ?
Our headline read "Japan nips U.S. on final smash." We was executed (murdered? assassinated? Don't they
certainly didn't write that headline with malice and were mean the same thing?) May 4 for shooting a police Geoff Boucher is a junior majoring in journalismand

that for officer. an Alligator staff writer, _
genuinely unaware "nips" was a derogatory term __ ._.. .. ....._ ___
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r synonymous with defeat. Thank you to all the readers

who called to inform us of our error in an understandingway. Only guilty have if I accuse you of stealing, unless has to do with whats right and
We're here to learn. you have stolen, you have no whafs 'wrong.There,'can be no
heavy consciences reason; to feel guilty. doubt that blacks are.mistreated. in
Whites who feel guilty about the this country,.
alligatorLucy Editor: This is response to.a mistreatment of blacks have .Based on your statement, you
statement' written 'by Dennis reason to feel guilty.
They have seem to be a better person with no
: Chabot Melandro 5. I either \
June am addressing witnessed or possibly have there
conscience.'la your\case,
'I' Managing Editor Opinions Editor his comment which said, "Blacks participated in some way in the seems to be a clear reason. Since
Tracy Burlingame M.D.. Cumella have succeeded in instilling an exorbitant mistreatment of blacks,and what the' conscience is\located in the
amount of collective- white ,they are grappling with is their mind it seems obvious for you to
;; "
Utter. Policy guilt conscience.
have conscience because you
e letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about by-10 page). They should be no
; typed, double-spaced and signed I They should I Include a ': name, address and telephone A race cannot be made to feel Conscience has nothing to do have lost your mind
I'' number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause IT you hive any questions call guilty unless they have somethingto with being black
the editorial editor at 379-4458! or white, being T.rr.nce.R. Hinson
1 I pegs ____ ____ feel guilty about. For example, liberal or conservative.Conscience 1LW


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No changes for Lombard! draws

SARS and COAREditor .. :GooP, CLEAN FAMILY/ rim"/ .. dart from readerEditor

: I am writing in to
response
: Congratulations on your
the June 5 Alligator article,"Op: darts to Student Government officials
ponents "fear, student rape service GA'TOR GRWL'WHUSH who are thinking about chang-
changes. ing Campus Organized Against
I trained under Student Assault Rape.I .
Recovery Service director Claire I believe a dart also should have
Walsh to become a Campus Or- gone to President John Lombardi.
ganized Against Rape peer : Lombardi!, displaying a misogyny
educator. similar to that of the students, told
The extensive, 10-week training eoLtfirf\I The Gainesville Sun on June 3 that
program opened my eyes to what BARBARA BILLINGSLey he had rejected salary equity adjustments
date and acquaintance is all COMA&ZOS .
rape for women to protect the
about and the trauma the victim HUSH BEAUMONT REAL NIFTY integrity of those who have been
experiences. denying for 20 years that dis-
While at UF, I witnessed situa- TONY DOW t crimination exists at UF.
tions in which females were and Officials who want COAR to dis-
denigrated and sexually harassedby L. l1 n wt appear, or at least hide it under the
males. It was not until Dr.Walsh's t CrlRYl1A1HlSa shroud of "Mental Health," and
peer education training, those who believe that discrimination -
however, that I realized what the /. Gator does not exist because they
victims go through.If say it doesn't, are like the ostrich
the COAR program is put who thought danger would] go away
under the leadership of someone if he buried his head in the sand.
else, potential victims at UF will)] The truth is that rape and dis-
lose out. crimination are two very real
Dr. Walsh is nationally dangers for women on this campus.
renowned as an expert in the field But no one will be safe on this
of sexual assault and victimization.She campus until students and UF officials
has appeared on such showsas Growl for students not alumniEditor realize that burying their
"
20/20," "Geraldo"] and heads in the sand is really dumb.
"Crossfire." All students, not just women,
Dr. Walsh started the COAR : As I read the June 7 article on Gator Growl] I show. Many students don't find GeorgeandGracietype ,deserve officials willing to look and
education program in 1982 at the began to wonder once again who Growl is for. Growlis humor knee-slapping funny. If you like our sense see what is going on around them.
request of Student Government billed as"the nation's largest student-run pep rally," of humor,join us. Otherwise please stay in your RV's We deserve officials who have the
leaders. This program has been yet after hearing students'choices for comedians,the and watch "I Love Lucy" reruns. integrity to act no matter what has
used as a model] for more than 500 producer,Brian Guenther,had no preference.Sounds Maybe Growl does become a bit childish and been said for 20 years.
organizations and universities like lots of student controlI "off-color" but during a semester of studies and Paula Maria Tyler
throughout the country. I really hate to beat a very dead horse, but here exams, sometimes students need to blow off steam 7LS
Why is UF taking away a program goes'-Gator Growl]is for the students.There, I said and cut loose. So give us that right
Dr. Walsh founded and put. it. For those who feel that Growl skits are too vulgar Let's get rid of Moral Majority mentality and keep Poor suffer most
ting it under the ]leadership of ..and not "appropriate] the popular student sense Growl student-run. That means student opinion ,
someone else? of humor decide. counts, Mr.' Guenther. without abortionsEditor
I don't see why those who have Parents, Growl is not put on for your children's And by the way, about the traditional paper fight,
been trained by a leader in the field amusement. If it was, the Teenage Mutant Ninja I've never heard of someone getting "papered" to : As the heads of prolifersand
of sexual assault and victimization Turtles would be booked for the show.So don't bring death. I know, I .know "you'll put an eye out" pro-choicers bob up'and downin
will not be retained under the new them. They have no place at a college function. Oh, well. the sea of time, it is time to calm
leadership.The Alumni, wonderful people that you are, UF has to Tegan M. Eve the waters and sort out fantasy from
COAR program works and cater to you to get your money, but Growl isn't your 2UFLetters reality.To .
is an effective tool for educating attempt to legally eliminate
students about date and acquaintance abortion In the United States wouldbe
rape. exhibit society's attitudesEditor similiar to trying to eliminate

Erto Frauman _ u sexual relations. Good luck. The
Gainesville : When I first read Dennis Malandro's andDaniel thought about Ted Bundy but because you share discussions of when is a fetus a
Kane's responses June 5 and 7)) to my letter some superficial characteristics you are a suspect person, and the condoning of abortion -
Candidate's effortis I was outraged.However,after examining their letters That is how many law-abiding black men feel today. in the cases of rape or incestare
further,I was solemnly pleased] Kane and Malandro's Just because we happen to share common physical equally ludicrous. If a fetus is a
unimpressiveEditor opinions exemplify and evidence exactly the types of features with those black men who break the law,we person at conception, then is the
all-too-common negative racial attitudes inherent in are suspects. fetus of a rape victim or an incest
:For some months IVe' read our society. It makes no difference whether we are students, victim any less human?
the stories about LaMonte White's Kane refers to black men he has most likely never doctors, politicians, etc. It is an insult] to myself and Unfortunately most of the pro-
bid for a seat in the u.s. House of known, met or seen as "scum" 'and "garbage. other brothers who have worked hard to be positiveand lifers come from the opposite end
Representatives.I Malandro's.statement, though relatively] brief'was productive to society to be categorized as potential of the socio-economic spectrum
thought it was admirable to chocked full of unfounded and blatantly racist allegations criminals.And it is important that I point out that not compared to those who need the
give it a try in the face of stiff I in reference to blacks and crime. only white people have this attitude.. services of an abortion clinic.The
competition. But something didn't' Where did these two men get their information to Why do these conditions exist? Kane wrote in white, middle class and above get
seem right He knew that in lieu' formulate such ill notions? It is my thesis that their reference to the motives of David Rowe that "people] their "cure" away,from their own
of the $5,000 filing fee, he would only source information was the media They simply wanted to understand why. However, in the case community or completely out of the
have to collect 6,127 signatures. believed the media hype and then made assumptions.. of black crime, none of us seem to want to make an country. The poor are having un- '
Each time I read a story it would I wrote my letter In order to stimulate open-minded effort to understand the real motivating factors (poverty wanted children: who grow up in the
hit me. He's'really not getting a lot thought into the development of racial stereotypes. illiteracy, illness, etc.). Instead, we take the easy streets fending for themselves.
of signatures..rm sure the people through media misrepresentation.For path of stereotyping black men as suspicious charac- Most times they grow up with the
were there, but by the final'' those who don't have time to think about the ters. worst of results..
weekend he needed about 5,000 Issue,please take a moment to feel] Just Imagine that I am Making no attempt"glorify""black criminals.No The pro-lifers' concern starts at
more signatures. In months he'd you are a white; man whose last name is Bundy.( criminal: deserves glorification. However, the fact, ,conception and ends at birth.the'
gotten about 1,200 and he expectedto Suppose that everywhere you go, people become that several white criminals have been notarized rep- pro-lifers are as sincere as they
get 5,000 in one weekend. Perhaps afraid upon learning that you are sumamed Bundy. resents a double standard.I wish that people would contend, they should adopt unwanted .
he could have solicited the. They make you a suspect, an enemy.Women wouldbe search beyond the superficial scenarios to understand children] of races and cultures
filing fee In donations. afraid to date you and would cross the street. to what motivates the individual black criminal insteadof "totally different from' their
White said he could have acquired avoid you Just because your name Is Bundy attributing deviant behavior. as a .characteristic. own. This would give the childrenof :
the necessary signatures if Imagine police constantly tailing you questioning black culture.. the pro-life movement the same
he had started collecting at an earlier : you everywhere went How would it feel to alwaysbe Through research we would find in many cases opportunity not only to be born,but
date. rm clearly unimpressed;' a suspect although you never committed a crime that these men are indeed intelligent and talented and to have an equal opportunity to suc-
with his effort. >, ,yourself- you Just happen to have. one. thing.in are victims of their circumstances. ceed in this world.-
Larry Shan.. *, common with a person who did? David A. Padgett Los Harris
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NIV[Poall S Tly I I Robert Drummond Is Appointed Dean


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3 Robert Wayne Drummond, architecture interim CI1VUlI.JInc! Hemp said Drum-
dean at Texas Tech University, has been mond's "experience in the practice of arch-
named dean of UF's College of Architecture itecture and education provide him witha
Produced by Uf information MIl Publications Services, 355
firm foundation for these
new
Tigert Hall and paid lor at usual advertising rates to communicate effective August 1. ROBERT respon-
official notices and important Information to He succeeds Anthony Catanese, who sibilities.
students,(faculty and staff Call 392 0188 to Information. became president of Florida Atlantic x DRUMMOND

University in Boca Raton on January 1.
Drummond, 47 headed the departmentof THIS/

Faculty Staff architecture at Auburn University From Comes To UF CAM P US S NEXT WEEK
before assuming his current position in Texas
1987. A native of La., Drum-
Advised To Get mond earned his bachelors degree from Tech
Louisiana State University and his Universitywith

Measles BoosterBased University.Drummond master's .in architecture from Rice

on a new Board of Regents policy has extensive architectural TODAY
recommendation, UF's Student HealthCare consulting experience, including a stint as professionals in the industry, and he LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES SEM- .
Center recommends that all facultyand educational consultant to King Faisel expects to continue that practice as dean. INAR, "The Process of Deforestation in
staff born in 1957 or later obtain a se- University in Saudi Arabia. He also serves '1 hope to foster good relations with the Ecuadorian Amazon: Sodo-Political
cond, or "booster," shot for measles. on the Architects in Education committeeof architectural firms throughout Florida," Factors,"by Jorge Uquillas, University of
Vaccinations may be obtained private the American Institute of Architects. Drummond said. "I think it's very important Kentucky visiting Fulbright Scholar in an-
physicians'offices, the local health depart- Drummond said his consulting work for us to stay in touch with the in- thropology, noon, 376 Granter Hall.
ment or UF's Student Health Care Center. has allowed him to maintain close contact dustry. "AND MISS REARDON DRINKS ALITTLE
UF faculty and staff may request the triple ,"Florida Players summer reper-
Mumps-Measles-Rubella vaccine at the> tory production, 8:15: p.m., Constans
Student Health Care Center weekdaysfrom Theatre Stage Two. Tickets, $5.50 for
8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. A faculty/staff/ Graduate Students Seniors May Apply general public and free for UF students,
identification card must be presented, and available from University Box Office, 9:30:
payment in cash or by check is requiredat Now For 1991-92 Fulbright Grants a.m. to 3:30: p.m. weekdays.
time of service. The charge is $28, which CONTINUINGPRINT

covers the cost of the vaccine. UF graduate students and seniors who will graduate before fall 1991 can apply now EXHIBIT, "Women of the Press:
Voluntary compliance with the second for Fulbright Grants and other grants for graduate study abroad during the 1991.1992 Contemporary Prints from Women Pub-
immunization is recommended to preventan academic The funded the United States ,
year. grants are by Congress foreign govern- lishers, features American prints
outbreak of measles at UF in
spring
ments, universities, corporations and private donors.
1991. For more information, call the Stu- Applicants must be U.S. citizens who will hold a bachelor's degree before the beginning published for by women-owned International Biennial firms and of
selected 1989
dent Health Care Center at 392-1161.
of the 1991-92 academic year. In most cases, persons holding a Ph.D. degree are
Graphic Arts in Yugoslavia, through June
ineligible. Candidates in medicine must have an M.D. or equivalent degree to apply.
17 in University S.W. 13th St.,
Gallery
Due Creative and artists substitute four of relevant
Applications performing may years training or study
9 a.m. to 5 weekdays, 1 to 5
p.m. p.m.
for the required bachelor's degree. All applicants must have proficiency in the languageof Sundays.

Next Week For UF the host country which they wish to visit. "FLOWERS AND LANDSCAPES," a
In addition to the traditional Fulbright Grants, a new program has been initiated
show of prints by UF art professor Robert
designed specifically for young graduating seniors who wish to study or do research
Mueller and oil l UF professor
Leadership AwardsThe abroad for one year. There are no special field of study limitations,but applicants must emeritus Hiram paintings Williams,by through July 18
apply for outside of Western Successful candidates will
any country Europe. repre-
at the Gainesville 3400
Office for Student Services is Regional Airport
now
sent the best and the brightest of the U.S. educational .
accepting applications for the Outstanding system.The N.E.39th Avenue, 5:30: a.m. to 11:45: p.m.daily. .
Fulbright Grant program is administered by the Institute of International Educa-
Male and Female Leadership Awards, tion for the U.S. Information Agency. .
given to graduating seniors at the end of "VANISHING FLORIDA," an exhibitof
Application forms and more information can be obtained from Dr. H. J.
each semester by the Florida Alumni must more than 30 fiber art works by Tam-
330 Little Hall, 392-1561. Applications and all required supporting materials
Association. The summer award is opento turned in to Doherty by Sept. 20. pa Bay Fiber Artists' League members,
students graduating this summer withat featuring Florida's endangered plants and
least a 2.5 overall grade point average. animals, through July, Temporary Exhibit
The winners will be recognized at the Registration Is Open For Museum'sSpecial Hall, Florida Museum of Natural History.

Aug.Winners 11 commencement will be chosen ceremony.based on their Summer Classes For AdultsThe Computer Experts Set

leadership experience in many areas at
UF, including university-wide leadership, Florida Museum of Natural Historywill lion, with prior approval from their Campus DemonstrationsExperts
colleges or departments, service organiza- offer a paleontology class for adults district directors of staff development.
tions, social organizations, fine arts or beginning June 19. Adults mar enroll in Call the museum at 392-1721 to register from five computer com-
performing arts and religious organ- anyone of the three the class, or for more information. panies will be on campus on various
izations. entitled"Bones: from Bats to Bear-Dogs." days this summer to answer questionsand
Applications are available at the informa- The sessions will be offered on June 19-22, IBM Gives Computer display computer hardware in the
tion table inside 129 Tigert Hall and at the June 26-29 and July 10-13. CIRCA (Center for Instructional and
student activities desk in room 300 Reitz Registration fee is $90, and all classesare Equipment To U F Research Computing Activities)demo
Union. Students can apply themselves or limited to 12 participants. Classes College Of room, 520 Computer Sciences and
be nominated by a faculty member. meet from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday Engineering Engineering Building. Students, facul-
Applications are due by noon Friday, through Thursday and from 9 a.m. to IBM has donated$640,584 of computer ty and staff can visit the demo room to
June 22, to the attention of Dean James noon on Friday. equipment to UF's College of Engineer talk with the experts between 10 a.m.
Scott at the Student Services office, 129 The class will focus on Florida's fossil ing to support research and curriculum and 5 p.m. on the following days:
Tigert Hall. For more information, call history. Participants will have a chance to development in manufacturing.The Apple-July 19; HewlettPackardJune -
Student Services, 392-1261. work on a scientific excavation at the gift of engineering workstations, 14 and August 2; IBM July 26;
Thomas Farm site near Newberry and personal computers and a minicomputerwill NeXT-July 5; and Zenith-July 12.
UPD Reminds Motorists: learn about the techniques used by support programs in Industrial and For more information on the experts'
paleontologists. Systems Engineering, Electrical Engineering visits to campus! call the CIRCA con-
No Parking In Bike Lanes The 20-million-year-old site contains the and Computer and Information Sci- sulting office, 392-0906, and ask for the
Beginning this week the University bones of three-toed horses, camels, rhinos ences. Included in the donation are six demo room.
Police Department will issue$15 parking and unusual bear-dogs. The site's sediments IBM RT Personal Computer Systems, 11 f--
citations to vehicles parked in campus are also fun of bones of tiny animals. IBM Personal Systems/2s/ and an AS-400 4AP,
bicycle lanes. Officers are patrolling all While the museum reserves the right to minicomputer, the latest of IBM's mid- ,, For University
campus bicycle lanes and paying par- all specimens found at Thomas Farm, the range computers."This 'ee News& Information
ticular attention to the Stadium Road area program should prove to be an exciting gift builds upon IBM's national in-
at the HUB and Bryant Hall. The steppedup experience for anyone who has ever itiative to elevate manufacturing educationat (UNIVERSITY
enforcement is part of a campuswideeffort wanted to fulfill the fantasy of workingat colleges and universities," College of \Vl r-U. UPDATEI
to insure safety for bicyclists and a paleontological dig. Participants Engineering Dean Winfred Phillips said"It i
pedestrians.For: .must be 18 years of age or older and in is a great boon to our capabilities in manufacturing
more information, contact Angie good physical condition. Teachers may particularly the master's program
Tipton, UPD, 392-1114. earn in-service points for their partidpa-. in manufaCturing systems engineering."
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and the Issues raised were not ones which means the Infirmary proba- records confidentiality because he Mental Health Services and the
the commission concentrates on bly will be accredited again after said the colored dots on AIDS small change will hold program;,
from page 1 anyway. the final report is released in Sep- patients' records will be placed on officials financially accountable to''
day that states the room now will "((The commission's) purpose is tember, Kellett said. the inside of records where only mental health.
be off-limits to anyone except med- not to decide which kind of programs Kellett refuted'students'chargesthat patients' doctors legally can look.
ical records (Personnel. The InfIr- are better or best or any mandating an insurance policyis He added all Infirmary staff sign a Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt
mary will not have a conferenceroom political issues," Kellett said. unfair. An off-semester Insurance confidentiality statement each yearto Sandeen said Friday he backed,
for the next six months, or The commission 'compares na- policy will ensure payment, further ensure secrecy. Kellett's decision to change SARS.
until another room is designated, tional standards to the Infirmary, Kellett said.The Infirmary's collection "The more times we drive it Because SARS will be controlledby
Kellett said.Kellett including laboratory conditionsand rate is now 50 percent and that home, the less chance someone Mental Health Services,,:
said Monday the accusations health care practices.The is unfair to students who do pay, will slip up," Kellelt said. Sandeen said SARS therapists will
senators made about Infir- Infirmary passed in the he added. Finally, Kellett said SARS won't be able to better use their time and
mary policies were not accurate commission's preliminary report, Kellett also denied a breach of be weakened if it's placed under see more patients.

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TUESDAY,JUNE 12,1990, ,ALLIGATOR
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Johnson' walked into his had so many,operations,.h he says,he.has, guidance from God..
Frank 's office winter in n lost count. ..
one day
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with "Frank I is a very devout! :" believer," he
a loaded in his In 1987 medical
gun records show that '
said.. "Besides, I don't know where
He was fed up with all the doctors gave up trying to fix his knee and '
there'd be that he could
legal red any papers copy
tape that
was him fused the
keeping away once-moveable bones together.
from..
from
THE'R benefits he felt Were rightly his. Johnson expects to go back into
surgery Johnson has filed and
But t when petitions motions -
he
told Gainesville attorney next year to remove the pins and plates,
supported with of
David photocopies
r ,talked Cox back*, "I' came to kill you." a voice leaving a shapeless, stiff limb for a leg. cases that back his claim, including some

." to him and said, "This is In 1970, however, there was still h hope 1990 cases that haven't' been printed in

wrong.The that Johnson's' leg would heal, and therapy books yet.. He said God told him whereto .
R h voice wasn't' Cox's.' It was a would prevent him from being totally find those.

smooth,calming sound,Johnson remem disabled.. Johnson's' doctor, William "I know I'm' gonna have a lot of doubters

bers like a cold drink of water.." Allen, predicted at the time that Johnson} ," he said. "I could care less. God told

_______ Johnson believes the voice was God's.' might be able to physically handle some me to do something. I'm' standing on His
Johnson was 28 years old that day 16 type of sit-down job, but lacked the edu-- 1B 1- word. If people believe me or if people

years ago. He was in the middle of legal cation to perform it. Allen testified that don't' believe me, I don't' care."

struggles that started with a career-end Johnson was permanently and totally dis B expects the case to go be-

ing injury and were turning into an issueof abled. Magistrate William Sher-

unfairness. Initial administrative hearings with the R y + J Johnson month. At that time, he said

Johnson had injured his knee so severely Social Security council and the h ask the judge to include

+A.L.rrRId a few years earlier that his plans workman's' compensation commissionwere Allen's' testimony.. I If!Sherrill permits that

for a professional basketball career were tiring,Johnson recalls.After almost evidence,Johnson expects the Social Se-

over, and trying to get money out of the five years and three trips to the Florida curity appeals council's' decision to be

government for Social Security and Supreme Court, one of Johnson's' two dropped and to collect back Social Security

workman's' compensation was proving to original hearings ended in his favor.In C payments for the last 20 years..

be more of a problem than the impatient his workman's' compensation case, ,rw From there, Johnson said he will follow -

Id young man could handle. an administrative judge believed John through on his denial of due process

Johnson is 44 son was disabled after he asked 36 dif the government
now and expects to win case against He hopesto
t ty ; "a a' $$120 million lawsuit against the U.S. ferent employers for jobs and was turned Above: Johnson explains his case win $$120 million $$80 million for

M Department of Health and Human Ser" down for all of them. A rehabilitative as friend 'Johnnie Milton, 87, !lis himself and $$40 million for his daughter,

vices a case he researched and has agency tried to find him a job for more tens. "He's been a friend, father, who was 6 months old when the accident

been defending without the help of professional than a year and failed. Johnson receiveda sister, brother. Any time I need d occurred.

legal counsel. That day he 'a lump sum for workman's' compensation something, I can call him. Right: The appeals council in 1971 refused to

planned on killing Cox was the turning that had accumulated through the years. More than 30 pins hold metal 1 admit Allen's' testimony because Johnson

THE point in his life not only because he His fight for Social Security benefits plates in Johnson's' right knee. He failed to file an appeal within 60 days.

heard God speak to him, but because he would not end so favorably.. Court records says he's' lost count of the stitches Court documents show that Johnsonfiled

realized that his belief in God was the show that the Social Security appeals and the paperwork for an appeal but
.
vc"r only thing that would save him from council interpreted Dr. Allen's' surgeries.God didn't' pay the $$15 filing fee. On advicehe

>ar destroying himself."Something testimony to mean Johnson could hold a tells him.. cx said he got from a clerk at the court,
job. It t labeled him temporarily disabledand '' Johnson instead filed a second application -
just told me not to do "They thought I was a.. layman that
that,"Johnson remembers.. '"That's' whenI permitted benefits for the two years didn't' know what I was doing,"" he said. for permanent disability which was

LAW I first started believing that God was real.I immediately after his accident.. '"They figured they was gonna screw me, granted.
M I reached out to Him.. I was tired of being Allen re-testified in 1980 that the court and I'd' forget about it and walk off. I 4 Y However, Johnson said that the court I

hostile.. I knew I was gonna die, and I misinterpreted his testimony, but the fooled them. God fooled them." should have informed him of the filing

: didn't' want to go to Hell. I just said,''Lord, council never considered his new testimony 0 Johnson, the issue is not the fee and given him a chance to request it itbe

,;; if you come into my life and show me, as evidence. Johnson said the $$120 million he seeks but rather,: j waived.
_3I I'll' follow,' judge presiding over the council was To proving to people that God exists "The appeals council of '71 was

"I could have been dead and He biased when he refused to admit. the new and is working through him. He wrong," he said. "They said I didn't' file

changed my life. testimony."He admits he has no experience in drafting (an appeal). I did file.. 'I The real issue is

of 10 children, Johnson be has authority to deny (a motion), legal documents or conducting legal re- that I didn't' send $$15. l The court should

a star on the basketball but he's' abused his discretion, Johnsonsaid. search. He is able to do them because have waived it.. I notified the clerk of my

One at Southeast Gainesville's' '"That's' what I'm' saying. God shows him how, Johnson says. started to pick' his files and give up. inability to pay.. They told me what to do

School which So now Johnson is trying to get his "I was going to throw the records and I did it.
High is isnow "God is a lawyer in the courtroom, a
Lincoln Middle School. He was the case back to where it was when the judge doctor in the sick room and He's' goingto away, but God said, ''No.. Pile' them away "What they should have done was they
and wait' I did and I'm' I did.. What should have sent me paperwork to fill out
refused Allen's testimony. He has no glad
best player on the team, former Lincoln prove to the world His power. I If!you've
God tells to do I'll' do.. I If! He stating financial status and ask the
teammate Clarence Mills said. legal counsel and no formal education.. got all the money in the world, if you ever me my ,
", Johnson holds the school record for' He's{ doing it, he says, through the guidance don't' have Jesus Christ, you don't' have wants me to fight 20 years, I'll' fight 20 judge to let me in for free."I .
,
'. ". of God, his family and friends, and years.. If He wants me to settle,I'll' settle.." was a layman.. I followed their ad
scored in 45. anything.
a -
"
,,, most points game Manyof '
'J. \" friends still call him the nickname. with the help of people at UF's' law li library li- In March, Johnson said God told himit vice. I didn't know what I was doing and
his
Johnson likens his life to that of Solomon '
i it was time to fight again. I listened to them.. As a layman, I didn't
he earned for that accomplishment from the Bible. In that God
story, know nothing about that $$15.1 I had been
vs He named to all-tourna "God told me.. He's gonna show to the "I was laying in my bed sleeping, he
.
"Four-five. was asked Solomon what he wanted in life.. ""
coming in for free all the time.
world that He's a lawyer in the courtroom said in the soft tone he wheneverhe
uses
_______ ment teams locally, regionally and state- Solomon asked for wisdom and understanding '
I \ The clerk's advice put Johnson's case
r' wide.. After high school, he played on a Johnson says. "I know people will but was also blessed with speaks of God. "He woke me up and
call and ''He doesn't' know what he's' said ''It's' time now. I'm' bless '
and say, gonna you.
city league team was planning a tripto riches for his humbleness. see Johnson, 12
Cincinnati to try out for the National talking about'' But in the end, they'll' see "The e spirit said, ''Open the case up.' I page

THE E Basketball Association's' Cincinnati Roy that God is right"As "Seek ye first the kingdom of Heaven said, ''What case?' He said. 'The Social
and all its and all other
righteousness
the a attorney of record,Johnson has Security case.. Open' it up. I'm' gonna

L, als.The boisterous, aggressive young written dozens of motions and appeals, things confident will be grin.added, Johnson says witha prove to the world that I'm' a lawyer in a 1 SOCIAL SECURITY

conducted interviews and taken testi-- courtroom..
.
man's' dreams ended June 11, 1968.. Two "
north mony from witnesses. He said he wakesup But when he lost his second round of legal defense raises few CASECHRONOLOGY
his Johnson
weeks before trip ,
slipped in a hole and badly twisted his each day asking God what to do and appeals for Social Security benefits, her J Johnson's with the people who have
with him. Few seem to be
working at
4ur right knee while Brasington 8-5-70 Filed for disability .
r +rb'
FACTS I+ Cadillac-O Id smobile. '1'i'\\' J a>'i"1"K-Ct e Court... fix,'TIlt that this 44-year-old() man, 5-24-71 Administrative law'judge

r rr r Unable to work on his feet and unqualified Nb1r",44f w.......tI..;xl''i.vo.1\:).":d:.. rJ:\; Flm artiy11111e .M.ppq......,nNp..... pmt"...atilt. .,:.mil,"..M.rrwniNi else who,has is able his high to convince school diploma a court but that little he denied claim, "*:'
desk, Johnsop had
to :
work at a
to 11-5-71 Appeals council granted ,
pYp 1 rww, WIMr was treated unfairly by the legal system..
for Social GvSldr.n; ", : \ .... ,I. .rr.IIIMllllr .
fight the government Securityand .. ........ a review .
"e ..1101.,.aasln"-P.,, -, oMI: Reference librarians at UFs law li li-
workman's' compensation benefitson f p.roct3lMwnku( .. .... ...., council
.
"' 12.2371 1 found
IS1V a
'}3. }C.1..o.A. :: w I"Im.wYwN Appeals :
which to survive..The months turned '. \..: w"", .,Sb" Wl '..WU..CI. .,wlrpl.. r.r.r. brary say when Johnson comes in, he '
.. Johnson disabled from
6-11-68
knows what he needs."He's .
_______ "' .
into years when doctors'testimonies con :.'''','\.. ..,{..... : ''t"tu."i of those people who workson to 6-15-70. ..

flicted. While his attorney tried to con \ .,"" DNtMnr" toWW" ..wr .N. .r/w.. w LL.B.rN wm.w w1,.W..Ir4. wNw.. one" lr28-72 Johnson filed an n appeal
.. .. .. .. .. his own, one librarian said. "Usually ,,, '
..
vince the court Johnson was disabled, "W Nrmpl"' \MNrt. : --pNWIp1 M MI Mwml rpr11Nllw1114rw' / "*
1 Oelll ir"q" "www.. of w rrrn. .prim.......rn. .W. m.Wlw, .rN... when he comes in, he needs to know but didn't send $$15' .
Johnson's' patience wore ever thinner. 1 . /. ..W' __..... ... .
W"r,1W
r of returned
pwW W. 11 Wr 2.1.72 Clerk the court
itwFia ,.........., where a certain book is.. It's not a matterof
n .
when he decided to kill Cox, d1,:ju-", ( io l, ,r \"" "! pwY ''N'I-IrI/IIIrIH'I wrw w rl w hwrY '" ,
That's .. .. .. . appear
.: ; ..... w Ipww pnlr wN r w wrM IWNr rIWIw him looking for legal research help.. .
when his life turned around : ..t.'ItCJt.'\ : btt o'' : .. .rrnllN. ... . .... .. ..
and that's p/Nw ti w. M w1l.llr MIw ,
'fc .. \ .. .. .... .. .. .. 2.22.72 Johnson filed s second. application
(
: .rw'4'-t" \ u'a' ep.""' 0 : +wlWw w Ml.y.rN-.w pwW p..nwww "He seems to b be a very bright person
at least Twenty y years later, :....... ... .... .
spiritually, : ,Irvl \I1rtwwnrwT' '' /t pW t..Irr' .h W ppwN. ...p .IrrpnM.. N.wWlw for disability' "
'. .. .. and a very capable person,, said another '?,; : :
still is trying to convince what w.w Acrt.t" 'ib1Hl" \b1't. N.r mW.M.r wlwwr. .M.rMIIW
.c.c.r Johnson that he was treated ; : rlr... NrrwllN/W/w/.gym.. .. .... / / .NM.. librarian who has seen Johnson use the i, 6-4-73 Administrative, Judge44 Ai/
court '
J', he calls biased he is black and he has comtlIpN... / lwt" nAp. : ne tE! L LNwpktLd. library often over the last.10 years. "I'm' determined Johnson's' disability;,: (,,

'tr' "''j unfairly because : >\." "", T" NQwR": .. :.. 0 1>.3c N..w" convinced that he does the work on his ,, didn't' cease ;
: no legal training.. ,Pww.t1.""""' .....' SUT.M. idlDl'1. \ l>'l\\...uWIt... t"tllltY::"' r4n 'own. He's' so aware of the cases and his '831.73 On its own. motion,,the "
chabot ohnson's's right knee does not bend.. --r-OIWo.. INS !110.) '?''.?.y. fm.. .t"..T.h.IwfN =:::=- :. ..... .,:;. ?
story by lucy c He holds up his -Moot-2, 24-pound \ V01.; W,,,, T1t"iw wyl.... ww, ; issue. [appeals council' said Issue of dlsability' [

J with two crutches and has 1' ,...v: Cox, who is also an ordained Baptist I was res Judicata'':'''w ca, )

photos by roby page t counted body more than 30 pins in the minister,said he doesn't' doubt that]John (decided and settled10AUlGATOR .>Ii'. t tf
metal plates that replaced his knee. He's' Johnson draws his legal documents a bit differently than the state does. son believes he gets his knowledge and f//J...


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JOHNSONfrom "I've got the Lord, the law and "EVERY T..
page 11 the facts. They can't win." = Keep Your Summer Tan =.
is waiting patiently .
under another law in which he had constantly so w ARE YOU UNDER 211 I
12 months to bring; up his case Johnson when his case gets & at Sur-Tan, I
again and four years if he could' He is taking community Head to Alley Katz ka j Indoor Tanning j
show good cause.Bu t the judge on classes to improve his math on Wednesdays. 9 .f .
the appeals council refused to hear and English skills so he can be- :1 .
close is sessions
his new evidence because the come an accountant,a job he says ;: pm = Eight 8
issue had been resolved by a pre- he would like because he wouldn't College Night S8 L Lper give you a golden I
vious court. have to work for anybody. { person includes: .f tan with the I
And that's what Johnson says "When I win this case, I'm still :1 unlimited bowling, = Wolff system. =
4002 Rd.
will win him $120 million. gonna try to be something." :Y shoes.minl-golf and r Nt : Newberry
"What He's doing is trapping He spends his Sundays at Mount a hot dog or pretzel Z fUSl [pa,1\4,| 372-7862 Plaza West (behind I
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them in their own laws,"Johnson Herman Missionary Baptist w/a medium soda. )
said of God's direction. "It's obvious Church and teaches children :Y Bring a friend! r:: = r-Slngi'e Session)f1'Week Unlimled-I I J1 Month) Unlimfted1 I IL =
that they denied me due pro- about God..He says God is not only
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cess. They're protecting the the reason he can do what he'sdoing I JLtI2.OO. I
judges and the clerks.I'm not even ,but also the reason why."I EipitM V3QW) Epk. MOBQ |
suing the judges and the clerks. I want to give God the glory. Alley Katz Alley Katz Alley Katz Alley I.o..........oinommmm..a..UJTHE
can get them for conspiracy, but It's not Frank Johnson doing these
God hasn't told me to do that. I'm things. It's God doing them
only doing what God tells me. through me. The only way I can
"It's like I always say-If you'vegot lose this case is if I don't do what
the law, beat on the law. If God says. Failure is in me, neverin
you've got the facts, beat on the God. NEW STUDENT EDITION)
facts. If you don't have the law or "And I ain't never quitin'till God
the facts, beat on the table. says that's enough. :

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MODELS OPEN EVERYDAY Availale now House/duplex 4 br 2 bth, 1 SUBLET 2bdMba apt. End of Juna-Aug Wanted Now to split$350/mo/ UNBELIEVABLEWe
SPECIALS AVAILABLEMill 1/2 mile south of UF, trees, fireplace central Just 2 BLocks from UF. Call 336-7891 duplex plus utilities. Washer/dryer Included put roommates at your fingertips. Wa
haat/alr' $600/mo. Call 376-6183' 332-6718.' 2243 SW 70 Terr. No can help you find that ideal
Run. SW 20 Ave 2 br from $375. Call leave m.... 62152SUBLEASE Mutt .ubl..... Available June 15 1 bd. pets. 6-21-7-5 FAST. Gator Rental Finders. roommate UF Plaza
336-7668, 1.5 dally many with new car carpal floor, water tree fur, pool 262 3369349. 6-12-2-5
pet. : Smo. Call altar 1 pm 336-7831 6-14-2-4 OXFORD MANOR- roommate needed to
sub for Summer B own bed/bath, Rmmt wanted for tail, brand new apts,
Casablanca West 2735 SW 35 PI. 2&3 br 4 HOUSEAPT.Summer Summer B, unfurn. matter bdr, ba In 3 waaher/dryar. Call Lisa 3737292. 6-12- Greenwich Green own room lor
$475-1665. 372-8837,1-5 dally. bdr/3/ ba apt. In Wlndmaadowa, Phase III, 3.5 $2l6/mo., all ammanlties, tree cable &
w/waah/dry. $250mo2' utll. Marcie water Karen 335-2676 7-19-11-8
Greenwich Groan & other rentals avail B option for Fall: own bedroom 305-822-5403 6-21-4-4 OXFORD MANOR f/rmml needed to sublet
In nice house In NW .r... Wood apt. for Summer B own bdr/bath Furnished -
able. Call 3718100. 6-19-4-2 Lib. F for 2 bdr apt w/ GWM. 205/m +
floors, c.lllnglan., huge yard, 10 mln CALL CARRIE 3751856. alee., gas. Lease runs Aug.-Aug. Must
ROOMMATESRmmt
walk' to UFo $156 4 1/4 utll. Call 37$. 5 6-12-3-5 like cats. 3725857. 6-21-8-5
MOVE-IN SPECIAL
$19 86 4.
Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Pool. Tennis Summer B. F N/S. no pats, Oxford The Gardenal m/f lor 2bd/2 1/2 ba Rmmt needed In N W house. Own lur
Sauna, Gym and mora. Sublet room, Wlndmeadows Apt. Summer Manor, (urn.. prlvata bdr/ baa utll. Incl., twnhae, (turn, pool, w/d, near alcc/uf, nlshed room Summer only. l40/month'
STONERIDGE APT. B tit July 31'. $200 mo + 1/4 utll. call $350 for 6 wks. Call LaAnna 813-531-' $185/mo + 1/2 utll. Now-Aug 15. Michelle plus 1/4 utilities. 201 NW 10th Straet
3800 SW 34th St. 375.1121 336-0397. 6.21.6.4 8199.' 6-14-10-5 3323896. 6-19-5-5 3727565. 6-12-2-5
Offer valid to qualified application only
820-11-2 Sublet starting aug. large 1 bdr 4 bike 'RtlPonalbl. n/s (tam needed for own br abe HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, studious rommt. F n/s, own bdr. In 2 bdr/2 ba Laural's apt
from UF, wood lloora upstairs, quiet. In new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home, security
needed In FALL (for large bdr. In 2bdr/ba lor fall, great location t apt., rant ,
$210.' call 335-7776 after' 5, Ilk for A"alll.II( rant nag
BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS Tripp. sys quiet araa. nag. apt. overlooking pond, $197/mo. 371. partly furn. Call Allison 371-4563' 8.14-
16 2 bdr. by UF, College View Apt. 1105' 3355240. 6-19-11-5 6887. 6-14-4-5 3.5
Two rooms lor rent In Plnatraa Gardana.
NW 3rd Av. 3717777. 6-21-6-2
Each room has bath. Lease runs thru mid f rmmt needed for 4 bd/2 ba (turn condo F NS for July lat Share 2 bedrm SW apt Hawaiian Village, F roommate needed for
1/2/ mile to campus. 2 bdr apt., ale, d/w, Aug. Partly turn. II naadad. ISO mono by Oaks Mall. Wash/dry,security systam. $167.50 rant plus half utll. Skylight fall, 3bd/2ba, $140/month, own room, t
waihar/dry hook-upi. Qulat, lots of tre... 335-0504 6-14-3-4 $200/mo a split electricity. 335-4296. 6- Washer Dryer. Call Carol 336-9242 3784805. Ask for Michelle or Dabble

$350/mo. 373-0129. 7-10-8-2' SUBLET 1 br., avail now, thru Aug. 15, Quiet n/s rmmt.wanted for(urn. apt. near today. 6-14-4-5 M/F NS rmmt. wanted fully turn Penthouse
renewable, no deposit, call 335-2873 Iv.meiaaga. law sen. (Camelot) $190/mo, Call John
Big house & yard, 2 ml. from UF. Big rac. SUBLET Summer B Furnished Apt. own w/jacuzzl, pooltable, private elevator
room. 4 bad/2 bath, giant llraplaca. B8 6-14-3-4 378.81118.vII. e.14.8.5Roomm.te room 1/2 utilities$225,50 mo.Brandy wine security, ate. $300 + 1/3 util call:

hoop, volleyball tiC In non-party atmo. Sublease own room In 3 bdr/3 ba, Oxford wanted 2 BR 2 1/2 Bath, Apartments 3744925. 6-19-5-5 378.4252. 6-21-5-5

2016.Mature 6-14-3-2 only. No P'". $800 per mo. 378- Manor,Summer B,1200/molurn.( across waahar-dryar, fans 200 per month and Nowl) 1.2 rmts wanted lor own room In Wanted: N/S M to share Master bdrm and
from pool 3711617.. 6-19-3-4 daposlt. Nonsmokar No p'". 335-3889. 3bd house. Great loc In SW area, wood 1/4 Will In furnished 3 bdr/3ba condo In
floor, yard. 150/mo 4 1/3 utll, no sec dep Rockwood Villas. t145/mo. 3356242.

I 1'HE MOBILE GLDfIsH "by Brett Schroeder: I IEV 3723805. 8144.5 A House! F $185 mo. & 1/3 utilities
Casablanca on pool. Own room $145/mo Smoke and have dog. Wa don't carol' We
mIl w/2 males.' Wash/dry. Part lurnlahad. need you starting In the fall I Call 373-
Call Julian 336-0373 or Mark 377311 6-21-4-5
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I GAVE BUMPER MY .AND FRIENDS 336-1561. 6-12-2-5
BALLOON AND HE THAT CUlY COME Right across from campual' rmmt. needed
A F/N/S lor own room In 2b/1 1/2 ba apt. In lor beautiful 3 rm house on 15th Terr.
FLOATED AWAYNOW ONCE |IN 4SNIFFNI NW .r... Loft w/laundry room nearby Sum B with fall option. $200 neg Don't
WE LOST M" LIFETIME.I I SURE Do Call 372-9502 after 6 PM.' l60/month. miss outl 336-0411 6-21-4-5

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I 2bdr twnhsa. $242.SO/mo 4 1/2 utll. Call new apt.
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1986 Kawasaki KE100 Enduro, perfect for
M/F N/S own room In 4/2 houte. Furniture 4 sale. Excellent condition! ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER Bike ,like new. Sacrifice. Call. Laurie campus parking runs great w/helmet.
$160/mo + 1/4/ utllitiet. Pets OK 1 mile couch leather chair coffee table, etc. SMITH-CORONA IN GREAT CONDITION 332-0940. 7-3-5-6 $500 OBO. 336-9557.6-19-5-8
to UF. Call 3785572. Leave menage. Call now leave message 335-3780. $75 OBO 375.0308 6-14-2-6 _

8-21-4-5 Prices negoc. 8-21-7-6 1981 Yamaha Seca 650 low miles with
4 ..cllonalllving room sofa In good
pc.
ESTATEDuplex rebuilt engine. Incl. new rear tire ft hel
Need 3 F N/S roommates to share 2 br/2 Upgrade your home speakers now) One condition. Leaving town must tell. Will 7 REAL met. Asking $600 Call Travis at 375-
ba In Brandywlne lor (all. $140/mo. 1/4 pair ol floor-standing JBL speakers. Paid take $150 obo. Call 377-0909 Iv. message. 1248. 6-14-4-8
util. Call Andrea at ((305)238-1149) (for $425. Get these for $350 firm. 335-5490 6-12-1-6 for tale- 2 bed, 1 1/2/ bath. Phoenix _

more Info. 6-14-2-5 6-12-4-6 close to campui lull kitchens, call 1983 K.w..kI750 LTD. like new condition
3 mo. old Queen waterbed w/sheets and Larry or Nina 371-8141 or 1-800-654-
low miles, garage kept. $1800, call
Roommate Needed lor Summer B. Spyglass Queen waterbed bookcase head 6 comforter. $165 obo. Call 3354987.. 7- 4544. 6-21-7-7 377-8536 after 6 pm. 7-3-6-8
Apts. Reduced rental rate avail drawer pedestal, sheets $150 obo. Entertainment 12-6-6 _
able. Call Fr.n.t 3059835743. 7-5-8-5 center $50. 19' RCA color By owner 2000 sq spacious pool home, Red Honda Spree '87 + h.lm.lgood condition
Soundeslgn stereo speakers perfect NW area 2816 W. Univ.
TV. $100. 335-8143. 6-19-5-6 1 mile to UF.nice $600 obo. Willing to n.gotl.t.1c.n !
M now or fall. Small furnished apt In large condition pd. $200. asking $100. Ave. 83000. Appt to see call 376-6183 336-0567 Leave Message. 6-21-5-8
home close to UF w/prlv. entrance, bath, MUST SELLII White 'formica bedroom furniture Panasonic Iv, needs work $30 obo. 335- leave message. 6-21-6-7
cable, quiet clean, patio, no p.t..ln non- and lull size bed. Call Lisa 373- 2393 6-14-2-6
party atmo. $225/mo/ + util. 3782016. 7292. 6-12-3-8 Duplex MUST SELLI! Phoenix, ea. side SCOOTER FOR SALE. Excellent cond.
6-14-2-5 2 fix to Orlando Don Henley show thur |Jun 2bdr/1 ba, big reliable renters on both up to 40 mph. 88 Honda Elite 50, helmet
MOVINGI! Mud tell full size bed, nightstand 28. lace value $40 ($20/ea) will sell for sides, EXC. BUY Will neg. price. 336- ft manual lor only $600. Call 336-9422.
BRANDYWINE. M n/. needed lor dresser w/ mirror, shelves, desk w/ less (can't go) call 335-9917 leave message 8211. 6-14-2-7
2bd/2ba (urn. condo. Pool sauna, chair, I.mpl. TV land. Call Carrie 375- 6-19-3-6
Jacuzzi more. $160/mo/ 1/4/ util. 374- 1856. 6-12-3-8 MOTORCYCLES 9 AUTOSORANGE
4291 6-21-4-5 Sofa, loveseat, and chair For sale." $150 8
2 pc. sofa-set, $180, 2 On size waterbeds, o.b.o. Call 335-4255. 6-19-3-6 AND BLUE INSURANCE low
M/F own room In 4BR house 2 blocks to $150/ea 2 desks $90/e. chest $75. 3S4SOGA 1982 Suzuki motorcycle rates, low payments last drive-thru service
campus $145/mo + 1/5 utlls. carport central nightstand, $45, all good shape, all $ Neg Car speaker box w/ 2-15 bumpers $199.1 Sreat shapelow miles ** habla espanol 377-2277 377-
heat a/c/ 338-0597 Iv message. 6- call 3350355. Please leave message. 6- Sansul 150 watt amp $149. New Yamaha Like new- many extra CARS. W. care 6-12-6-9
21-4-5 19-5-6 35x2 amp $149. Call 336-1128. 6-21-4-6 $1400 Call 377-7543 6-22-7-8 _

'77 Honda Civic 5-pd., 2-door am/fm.
..OWN ROOM in big house. Wd VW Rabbit '81 (new tires, sunroof) $800. MOPED for tale 1987 Tomo Low mile Orange and Blue Insurance now cover equalizer, reliable, look & runt good.
floors adJoin. bthrm, a/c 8 bike to UF, Desk-chair-bkcase (from Door Store) great condition new parts also dresser set motorcyclesi I Low rates, low payments $800 lor quick sale 373-3512. 6-12-4-9
pets ok. For B-jun25-aug2S. $100/mo. $150. Tel.- 338.8209. 6-12-3-6 for sale prices negotiable call 3761229. safe rider discount, ,fast drive-thru service .
371-4258 6-21-4-5 6-21-4-6 3772277. 62198French Datsun Pickup Truck 72 runt good low
mall kiln 550 degrees max. Great for mileage 500 obo 336-4178.. 6-14-4-9
F N/S wanted to share quiet 2BR/1BA apt limo and copper enamel $95. 48 scan TENNIS Racket stringing. Also 2 Prince
lor Summer B w/option/ lor (all/spring./ design desk ft comp shelf $80. 63"x31 Graphite 90 Series, 1 Wilson Pro Staff .
$150/mo/ 1/2 util. Call Jean at 372- helf/desk/drawer combo $40. 372- $150 each. Call Steve 3322464.. 6-21- Addiction SUMMER C Q'{
9283. 6-19-3-5 7520 or 377-1238 see. 6-19-5-6 4-6 1 YEAR
Lingerie Boutique $4011
ffKf $1(DOW)()!
STAY COOL with a great alr-conditloner. MOVING MUST SELLII! Matching beige ? IInDlpm Ct
6 FOR SALE Quiet 20,000 BTUs. $150 OBO. Call sofa, loveseat ft chr. grt. cond; 25 colortv V SEXY LINGERIE $At f am-Slim
373-7150. 6-19-5-6 ; men's 10 spd. bike call 3351223. SUN.12-.4pn538 SW 2nd Ave
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 6-21-4-6
drives 2 film cassettes, 2 Him cannlsters. ACCESS THE VAX from HOME WITH A 819 W. Univ. Ave. 3736628 372-7876
Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 ZENITH MODEM KEYBOARD AND TER- S-speed leisure bike: ladles style w/frt
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. MINAL 190.00 CALL 3320028. 6-12-2- basket book rack ft. U-lock Inc. Has new
Good machine (for small type shop. System tires & seat. $70 obo. Call 372-8560
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC Him ft 6 lont Matching sofa, loveseat chair $175.< (Karen) 6-19-5-6
disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at Women' Raleigh 10-speed bike $50. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
373-9928 lor more Info. Stationary exercise skier $75. Call 338- DK Brn Bookshelf only $251! Very sturdy,
6348 anytime. 6-14-3-6 4 shlvs, drawer at bottom. Take best by Trude Michel Jaffe
Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more offer. Karen 3728560. 6-12-1-6
brand are all at our New Location! Car Nintendo Game For Sale: Many Title ACROSS 9 Fertilizer 46 Church officials 57 Scorch
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. J72- Call Brent or Jon 3352689. After 5:00: Queen waterbed extended frame 2 mos. 1 European range ingredient 47 Transaction 58 Jason's

'.2070. 8-20-25-8 PM. 6-14-3-6 old. Includes liner, pad and heater. 5 Writer Emile 10 "Dear me!" 50 Put in office ship
$100.00 call Mark liP 3771831. 6-14-2-6 9 Of the Vatican 11 Freshwater fish 52 Oversight 59 Requirement
MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376-1146 O-sofabed oak dresser (both In perfectcondition.
14 12 Declare' 53 Decamp 60
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Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgat .) Also 2 19" color TVs; portable LAPTOP COMPUTER
H P. Price same or lower than mall- vacuum. I will negotiate! Jeff 335-6765 TANDY 1 1100FD residue 13 Fewer 54 Spiked the tale
order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 6-19-4-8 640K Deskmate $495 Dumfounds 18 Mug punch character
((28ms), graphic monitor ... 335-5398 62146GRADUATING. 16 Source of oil 19 Madrid 55 Office worker 61 Churchillian
MC 286/12 $1195 Packard Bell $1295 DINETTE set $99; t.v. $125; end table 17 Race track matrons: Abor.; 56 Part of signs
MC 386SX $1495 Northgate 386/20 $30; desk $50; sofa/ chair $30; coffee Must sell. Matching highlight 23 Fervent Armstrong'squote 63 Sentimental
$2399. PB 281 laptop w/ hd ft battery maker $10 c.1I335.27451I1v, message. couch and chair set. Perfect lor college 20 Participants In requests drivel
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb ft graphics 6-12-2-6 apartment. Make offer. Call 335-0936. 17 Across 25 Corrida cheer
monitor $970.1 & 3 warranties. 6-19-3-6
year ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
21 Parts of 28 Verdi :
Onsite warranties. Panasonic t 1180 printer Car Audio (for sale, : tape decks speaker pencils opera
$185, HP La.erJ.tllp $1049.3743 W. and amp*. Also 10 spd. Schwinn and Bike Nlshlkl Trl A Equips 1 yr. old Shimano 22 Cartoonist 28 Tot up BAN C nnnn nnmnci
University Ave. 8-9-25-6 Head tennis racquet. Call 336-6503. 6-, 600 components perfect cond. $500. Call Thomas and 29 Meat forschnitzel A SEA nnnn I V E

Gerry 338-4095 or 3737749. 7-3-5-6 family annn nnnn ilL IT E S
FUTON & FRAME C10/hd sell FOR SALE 23 School 30 "Bom Free"lioness
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From only $200/et. Call Al 373-3127. Queen size bed twin canopy bed, 3dressers CD'SI! Only 3 months old. $7 each. Rock 24 Fly high
7-3-126 desk sofa/chairs/coffee/ and and Rap. Call 376-6611 7-3-5-6 27 Little squirt 31 Stadium sounds nnnn. .nnn. .

end table 3357220. 6-12-2-6 32 Health resort 32 Trick thatdeludes rnnmmnn. nnn I nnnn I

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Trek 8000 ALUMINUM MTN BIKE MINT
Sherwood Sansul Sony Orion B R N GIN G BAD U C K
PERFECT condition 1990 MODEL 37 Novelist Mazo 33 Unadulterated
Bazooka, Home Car Stereo. We Beat
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All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6 DEORE DX Lot of Extras MUST SEE 4 rii&OFF Roche 34 Hill dwellers nnn. .nnnn I nnnnn
MUST SELL 371-7457 $600 OBO. 6-21 38 Track meethighlight 36 Poet Teasdale nnnn.nnn .1 nnnnnn

Handcrafted' wooden blrdfeeders. Different Harman Kardon receiver 30 WPC $150 39 Moines nnn nnnn. .
sizes available $5 to $15 each. FreelI.d ---------------
technics turntable $25. I960 jukebox rI $-.00 42 Comedian 40 Equip with sails BRA KIN 1 G A M R R
with the first two told. Call J.R.between
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records $600 obo. 3744291. 6- A lOT
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7 pm and 10 pm 375-1935. 6-19- ( Daily Lunch Special 43 '
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12 mhz, 49 MB harddrlve S 1/4/ and 3 nightstand 4dr. desk w/chalr Ig. 5-dr. 49 Gypsy Roseet
1/2 (floppy drive 14" VGA color monitor dresser lull size box spring w/mattres, i Salad and Hot Bar i ii
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1 yr warr, DOS 3.3, Microsoft Work black kitchen tbl. w/4 chair, glass coffee i "ALL YOU CAN EATj j 51 Small
Do She! Only $1795. ELITE 3351300. table, black tv stand wglass door. 8 pc. valleys
6-21-10-6 adj.) gray couch. Call All 335-5747 6-21- |_11-4 ______ Expires 6/12/90J, / 56 Public disgrace
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In car audio cellular & security.
Custom Installation ft repair 3361128. ,StavJiyHKaalM... 64 Anxious 21

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MCAT DAT SAT 69 Decorate again
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 42

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Moving must ellI Beige couch In great 2 Fictional Doone 45
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70 Datsun 2108 Hatchback wagon 4 dr. 1988 Toyota Camry LE a/c. alloy wheels' SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? ONE STOP DENTISTRY MICRO CENTER/ Typing 3712425. Full
Great deal for around town Priced to all Chapman security ayt, 33K hwy miles, Get confidential, letting and treatment at Accepting new pit emerg. adult cleaning & self service computing. Typing starts 0
$900/obo. Call now 3325536. 6-12-3-9 115000. 3959161. 6-21-4-9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD. 377-0881. 8- $30, child $20 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service
20.25.11 ((4)) wild tee $350 ((3)) wlsd. tee $27 resumes $2.SO/hr ,,15/peg/ Later
78 Chevy Malibu Classic a/e, cruiit. almost Ford LTD 1979 perfect cond. ale pb, pa, ((2)) wlsd. tee $225. typeset graphic spell check theses
nw lira and battery, $700, call 371- pw new tires battery>' .'.".'. Must sell MOVING' Nitrous oxide. Accepting MC V, AE papers special characters employment -
6510. 6-12-3-9 MOO. Call after S pm or wkendt 376- ** GATOR ** Mutt bring coupon up to ((4)) people databases A mallmerge training.
2051. 8'14-2-1t Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng l' ,H.T. Gentoulln. DDS 372-0521 6-21-5- WordPerfect apecialitt. Vlta/MC. 8-9-
75 BMW 530I automaticorig Item/Hse Full. Dayt/Eves. Long dls. 25.12
alloy wheels super stereo, maintained 89 Honda Civic mutt Mil, need truck rtg Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374.4791.20.25.11 FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
nicely, priced to tall $3500 obo service, excel Serving UF since 1977
condo red ext, blk Int. 33K Typing/Word/ Procetilng Quality dependable -
373-6968 Iv m.... 8-19-5-0 hwy miles, call 466-0333 anytime. Great SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE: FARM lessons Most insurance accepted lervlce. Reasonable r.t... Laser
deallll boarding woodter facilities 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Av*. printer. 377-6175 tlllt.OOpm. 8-20-25-12
1988 Dodge J50. 5-apd black. In good hay rides parties sales working Dr. Steven Schargel
shape $2900. 4622902. 6-12-3-9 students accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080.. 373-7070 Put It In Writing. Fait, accurate, reliable
10 WANTEDLocal 8-20-25-11 6-20-21-11 service. Masters in English will check
81 TOYOTA Corolla, a/c auto 2DR, ate spelling and edit. 24 hra. 373-1937. 8-9-
r.o, 1800cc, red. 67K miles, runs good, Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Clan Horse1 Boarding Rocky Creek Farms. NAILS NAILS NAILS 24-12
must sail Call Ricardo 3355772. 6-14-- Rings ETC. Top I or trade. Ozzle's Fine Stall and pasture avail 7 a 1/2 miles N or Full Sets Acrylic or Gala with Tips 22.95.
3-9 Jewelry 3739243.20.25.10 Highway Patrol 462-5127. 4624311. 6- Manicures 8.00. Call June or Teresa Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc.,nearcampui.
2022.11 3782200. 7.3-5.11 Dependable quality service.Reasonable .
1981 Honda Accord LX front damaged 7.00hr private tutor for physics labs rates 24hr/day Call Carol
good for parttll Call for Info at 3744762. 3055U3058L. Mutt have made an "A" In *SUNBELT MOVING* TYPING 373-4464 7-5-11-12
Evenings after 9 pm, afternoons' b/w 123. these courses within the last 2 yra.
6-21-5-9 Needed NOWI 377-0900 6-12-2-10 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. 12 SERVICESYOU We Beat Everybody's PrlcelllReiumeiALettersReports
1Item -Houte full. Local/Us ditt. etc. 11
Monte Carlo SS 1883 mutt tee Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375- Alachua Word Processing
2500.00 11 SERVICESNW MOVE. 6202111CARPET WRITE, WE TYPE 3765465. Established since 1985
Business Legal' Personal Reports 6-20-21-12
Full size wither Dryer $200.00OBO
call 336-0289 6-21-5-9 Mini storage at 1.75 & NW 39th Ave and VINYL In.t.lI.ilon. repair Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.
near Oaks Mall area 5 III to 10 x 20 from and reitretchet: free ettlmatet. No Problem GVilla Handicapped Typing ..6.RESUMES**
1984 GTI 74000 orlg ml, S tp., Cold a/c $20. 10% disc to student. 332-8917. 8- Carpet Service. Robert 3745493. 6- 376-7179. Complete writing & development ser

very clean good cond. Mutt ....' 2500 20-25-11 12.5.11 Typing reporta '* business F129H vie... Resume House 371-8148. 8-9-
obo. Call Rodney 462-5317 (local) 6-21- FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC legal' returnee cassettes transcribed 20.12
S-9 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Serving UF since 1977 applications letters notary *.to.
Moil Insurance accepted Available 24 hours/7 days3722777.Word **ACE WORDPROCESSING* *
80 Ford Fiesta Immaculatecond '
absolutely 2 block! from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. Returnee, term papers, diiiertatlont,
45k mil 2 sunroofs aqua metallic, 1233 NW 10th Ave. legal technical 335-7064 7-5-10-12
Dr. Steven Schargel Procetting. Typing Bkkplng & No
llereo/catt, a/c (leaking hotel), 35 mpg, 372-1664 '
373-7070 Grad school Prof 15
tary. exp. quality
German-made. PERFECT IN ALL WAYS
MC/VISA/lniuranca 6-20-21-11 yri exp. Spelling ckd. NW tection. Typlng/Wordprocettlng. WordPerfect
12100 obo 336-8211 Iv m.... 6-12-2-9 Free Pregnancy Test Dawn 3323913. 6-20-25-12 5.1, quality work, fait results, low rates,
Member I will do your library research far you. dependable, personal service. Tara 332-
1972 VW Beetle 41K ml
new Great
mech. cond. Recorded all repairs eng. since National Abortion Federation ((813)831-7549) PO Box 320932 Tampa Fl., TYPING- Near Butler Plaza. Fait accurate 1469.. 8-20-19-12 .
8.20.25.11 33679 7-19-12-11 service. Call 373-0134. 8202512.
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83. Need to sell 1800 call 3327392. Typing and Wordproc..lng-I.oal. ter-
mpipen. etc. Professional quality and
tttattwtttatttt.otttta-ttot-t-tttttttas ----t-tt.attt.1 reliable service Call Nancy 3722750.
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explains the .tep-by-.tep manner In which to place an ad and will help I I i I'I I I I W I ADVERTISING CLERKOutlet ,

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AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an .rror The'AlligatorIs 5.Reerealse Ali.:Personal Daye.1t.o0' .
responsible ONLY for the FIRST Ineertlon. Do not use foreign language, I _I. For Bela. =18.Cennectrens : CAMPUS After 3Pm
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HELP WANTEDOne BUS. PERSONALS PERSONALS 17 NOTICES 20 LOST & FOUNDFinders


position open for Resident ManagerIn Intro-pkg-speclal $69.95 all portraits b- Discount Europe books $15 (acuity/stu Parents get ready for summer. Fun lor Keepers?

the Div. of Hou. Position to begin August w/color. 2-8x10,4-5x7,8-wallet. Call Creative dent good lor air/hotels/museums/trans-/ $5 on Sundays 8p lOp. Teen nite Includes It you (find something, you can place t

1. Supervise staff of 3 in Village of Designs for appt. Hurry! 3724815. portation. Call 377.1600 Dorothy's, Trvl unlimited bowling shoes, mink FREE ad In this section. Be kind to someone -

216 apts. Administrative & community 6-12-9-14 Professionals 6-126-15 golf & a hotdog or pretzel w/ a med. soda. who lost what you found. Call 373-
dev. responsibilities. Part time position Starts June 17 at Alley Katz. 6.14.4.17 FIND.
for full time UF student. $7020/12 mos. Male/Female entrepreneur needed to $ COLLEGE MONEY1 Private Scholarships -

plus apt. at $50/mo. (utilities not Included head project expansion. Must be hard !' You receive a minimum of 8 private
). Deadline for completed application working and ambitious. Call 336.4542-MI. sources or your money refunded! 18 RIDES FOUND : 12-speed Mlshlkl Girl's bike In

July 3. Applications Div. of Hou., chael.. 6-14-3-14 Guaranteed! COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP student ghetto area near 15th Terr. Call

corner ol Museum Rd. A SW 13th St. LOCATORS, PO Box '881 Joplin MO $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 5 yrs. of Celino/ to ID 378-2563. 8143.20

6.21..13CITY 15 PERSONALS 648021881. 4176240362. 8-20-22-15 wkly Fri's/Sun/ bus trips. Pets ok pkg

trantported. GMC trans 338-7028 ((305)) FOUND: Men's watch near Tolbert Hall.
Cancun Mexico- Island of Isle Myers. 3/1
OF GAINESVILLE 2663788. 6-14-10-18,' Call to ID 392-3283 (dayor) 3359207eve
condo wks 7/7-7M4/ or 714721. 1 wk
Human Resources Dept. 306 NE 6th Ave. Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great ( ). 6-14-3-20
We are closed Wed. from 8 am 12 pm, prices.reg or rx .ungla..... The Optical $500. 2 wks $950, call 372-3336 or 338- SOUTH FLA. SHUTTLE $35 'r/t. RIDE IN
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. I 0004 alt 7p. 6-19-8-15
June 1230. Head Lifeguard $4.95/hr COMFORT! 47 passenger motorcoach,
temp p-t; Lifeguard $3.80/hr' temp p-t; block from Ala Gen. 82025.15 Rox I know how ,feel about paying to a/c/ plenty of leg room, restrooms, tv/vcr/ FOUND: White shaggy female dog on NW
Swim Instructor $3.85/hr you 34 St. ft Univ. Ave. on Sun., very loving,
temp p-t. on board.
Natural Foods and Vitamins do laundry. Well, I'm getting mine done call372-3180. 6-19-3-20
Please call 374-2099 for further details. Tours. 3776369. 6-21-
for free Call Breakaway
Birkenstock Sandals. at Frederick Garden Apte and allI

Sunflower Health Foods I did was sign a yrs lease.. They have

SALES HELP WANTEDWomen's 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 more 1 bdr. opts available and they start
82025.15 as low as $300. Stop by and see them at
Dept, full or part time, must be
.
1130 SW 16 Ave or call their office at
able to work Sat Roderick's I CreeksideMall. I
PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediatetest 372-7555 C-ya, Rich. 6214.15
377.0902. 6-231-4-13
results from a reliable source .
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 8- FABULOI1JSFRAGRANCES YOU MAYBEHOLDING

EARN $35 2025.15 Men's & Women's exquisite similarities.

This week $110 this month new donars All of the popular fragrances for only A PART OFTHE5MILUONTONS
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
$6/taottle. Call 335-5749 today. 6-14-2-
with this coupon. Study while you donateor
Get special student discounts on exams 15 Thanks to
watch videos. Free Parking. Gainesville
and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT-
Blood Plasma Center. Est 1969.
HOOD. 3770881. 8-20-25-15 All for $8. OF U.S. NEWSPRINTTHAT
only Every Wed. 9p-closing at and
238 SW 4th Ave 3789431. M-Th 8.7 public
Frl 8.5 Sat 8-2. 8-20-25-13 Alley Katz Is College Night. Unlimited WAS RECYCLED
Permanent Hair Removal bowling, shoes mini-golf& a hot dog or
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc. lor pretzel' wa med. soda. What a deal! privaterecycling
Need 15 bucks Info about the PERMANENT removal of 6-12-5-15 LAST YEAR.

,. unwanted facial & body hair.. 374-4307. sys-
8-20-25-15 MOVING? Why rent and move yourself

relaxt today XZck when I can move you for ,less? Anytime tems more than one third of the
An easy up cashall STUDENTS GET CASH Anywhere! Save a starving student! ,
that's required is a plasma donation. We For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's 3354540. 89-20-15
used the last
pay $15 for your 1st 4 donations & special' 372-1226. W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central newsprint in U.S. year

bonuses enabling you to earn up to $115a City. 82025.15 The Reitz Union Barber Shop featuring 10
month. Come in today! of Florida's top hairstylists, wash and was recycled into cardboard

Alpha Plasma Centers SAVE ON RAYBANS wear cuts for men and women and the

9 SW 1st St. University Opticians finest Redkin and Roffler hair care prod boxes, egg cartons, insulation or
Gainesville 378-9204 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 ucts. Walk In or call 392-1610 for an
82023.13 8.20-25.15 appointment. 6.14.5.15
newsprint again.

FRESHMEN/HEALTH MAJORS Live-in AUTO INSURANCEVERY USED CD'S' We buy. sell, trade. Spikes
Attendant needed. Call Lisa at 378-7474 LOW PRICES 37SPIKE. 6-14-4-15 Recycled newspapers save

MF85. 7.10.11.13 Students. welcome! Call today Sunshine
dollars
Slate Ins. 371-9699. 8.20.25.15GUNSIGUNSICUNSI SKYDIVE resources tax
.
(; GET PAID TO TRAVELI!
Skydive with the Williston Skydivers 336-

Cruiselines need energetic & dynamic 7970. 8201815ALEX"SEARCHING and energy Americo'snewspapers .....,
personel. 904-428-4560 ext. C-1. 1800 Gun Inventory

6.14-6.13 Over 500 handguns In stock FOR -ALEX-

Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair CONTACT WES ASAP 6-14-3-15 support
Painter/Carpenter, own tools, car. & ref Reloading Supplies 466-3340
erences a must. College Park Properties. Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer Are you bored of the pool? Well It's timeto recycling. ,,

371-7777. 6-21-6-13 8 mi. South of G'vllle on 441 have fun while you get sun. Rent a jet
ALSO INDOOR PISTOL RANGE ski at unbeatable prices 3366503. 6- And that's good
Part time, sell Gator Lager Beer t-shlrts, HANDICAP FACILITIES 14-3-15

tanks ft gift Items. Call collect for catalog 8-9-24-15 news. Read. Then
ft Income details. Mr. Burrer, 407.423. LADIES MAKE MONEY. We buy and 1.11'1 recycle.

1 BEER. 6-19-5-13 Free Membership to Let's Get Physical good used clothing. Call Second Act.

when you sign a yrs ,leas at the FrederIck 3738527.. 6-12-1-15
Handicapped student needs part time Garden Apte. Come by and see us.
aide for A.M. hrs. Good pay for right per We have 1 bdr apts. available now starting Craig? with mother named Velva? Your

son. Call 373-0465 for appt. 6-14-3-13 at $300. Stop by we're close to campusat uncle Lt. James Grayson used to live in .

1130 SW 16 Ave or call us 3727555.. Hurst IL. He gave my grandfather, Dr. RAFTHOUSE
Church nursery worker for Wed. night and 6-21-4-15 Burkhart his medals ft patches from *WILD

Sun. About 10 hrs/week/ $4/hr. Apply at WWII. My mother wants to return them to DRIVING HAIR

Parkvlew Baptist Church, 3403 NW 13 a member of the family. Please providelast
HEADACHES BACKACHES
St., G'vllle. 6-19-4-13 name & address. Call R.B. 800-835. MISS DAISY (PG) J unisex J
SPORTS INJURIESCHIROPRACTIC
6285. 7-10-7-15 .
Serious minded student with electrical A WORKS! 7:15: 9:45: J $5 Haircut J

mechanical experience permanent part Students may be covered by parents FREE KARATE class. Learn self-de J $20 Perm
time 5 day week, mornings preferred 376- health Insurance. len.., Improve !flexibility & fitness, gain Adm-o, $2 50 (Curry or Body)

7110. 6-12-2-13 North Florida Chiropractic and Massage. self-confidence w/Cuong Nhu 5:30-7: pm 1;' 00 M6100 & Tuviday S18 Hi-Utes *

375-3668 T4TH lawn behind Hub Frl s FI gym. )f
BE ON T.V. many needed for commer 6-21-12-15 6-19-3-15 $35 Spiral Perm >

cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting 4
)f $18 Color (
.., info. Call ((615)) 779-7111 Ext. T-235. 6- CASH FOR YOUR BIKE Funloving SWF seeks mature educated ft

12.1.13 We pay top dollar for cruisers and Mm. career-minded SWM ((28-35)) for compan. 376-6843 )j. $3 Beards 4

Bikes. Bikes and More 2133 NW 6th St. ionship. Write Companion 1130 SW Blh!
$40 Bleach
COLLEGIATEIBM 373-6574. 6-21-12-15 A v.. 32601' _6-14-2-15 Out Jr

Walk-in WelcolTleOpen J

REP Prlcebuster shoe sale- l ladles and m.nl! 16 CONNECTIONSEYE Find
someone
If you're energetic people/sales oriented, Tennis, running, cross-training-great selection M-Sat. 1 10-6pm

full time UF student sophomore or above from $29.. EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza.
special 374-8687
wat least I B average, some computer 6-)2-8-15 EXAMS If ff
lenses
contact disease *
experience Manpower needs you to pro. treatment.t 28 years exp. Dr.eye J. Beckum, Advertise in The Gator Plaza -13th ft Univ./

mot the sale of IBM.Personal Systems/2 Dear Kathy, optometrist. 917 W Unlv
Ave. 3761288. Alligator classifieds. )f 50OFFNEXXUS>>
on campus. It was or.allo see you at Let'e Get Phys 8-20-25-16

ical. That's cool that you can get one 373-FIND +***+****
MANPOWER TEMP/SERVICE year free membership for signing a year GAY? Bl? QUESTIONING .
leas at The Frederick. One bedrm.
.AI 376-5388 GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs
starts at $300. Call 372-7555.
zimc
Info/Rferral/Consultatlon' '
8-20-25-16
6.12.1.13 Sally THEATRES There/ 4 Difference" '

7-17-16-15 AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange .
BUSINESS OAKS MALL 10 DAILY TWt-UTE SHOW
& BLUE Insurance Drive thru In Butler
Sal on ladies' tennis clothingshorts, OAKS MALL ( ME7L61rInyw dbOeOPa
b3OTHWBHIBYROAP
Plaza We Car Call us 1st 377CARS.
14 PERSONALS shirts. skirts. 25% off! Great selection- .
6-21-9-16
T.nnl.34 St Plaza 372-2257. 6-12-8-15 OAKS EAST OAK WEST
[331-8818) ) msiM OAKS MALL MALL
S COMPUTERS, terminals' ft PC'S, buy sell, Dear Barbara Expert witness (attorney) needed In legal 331-8118 ,ADJACENT IN OAKS PLAZA TO j

trade, rent ft repair. Great prices, QUALITY malpractice case against out of town attor ANOTHER 4S HOURS ('R)
3380378. 8-20- Sorry I missed you during the week break, 1UO.: 200.: ((4450: MOO ,
818 W Univ.
CDCS ney. Write to P.O. Box 748 ) 745,1030:
32602
25-14 but while I was In town I found my place 6-19-5-16 city I miw ...-......,.MUM M...urow M...T.. TOTAL RECALL (a))
for the summer t fall. Frederick Gardensat BACK TO THE FUTURE r: ( ) 111 I 1:45,12:43: : 21: 119 ((4. 0 13.00)).
1130 SW 16 Ave. They even have 11:00: 12.00 1.30, 2.30(4:10( : ;A.00)). ft8: I..5.116,1.55,4M:1:
Independent Distributors wanted with op. DIVE THE BAHAMAS bas: 8:15: S.bs.16A SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT UNTH. SUNDAY
'
portunity for advancement to area re- some reduced rates for .the summer, Call See Cay Sal on the Sea Fever" TONACI MUTANT NMA' 1WIU1 (fC-ll) CADILLAC' "MAN: (I
gional, and national director positions' today at 3727555. Spaces available! from 8/10 to 8/16 with a : .6 12:JO. 100. (i.00 0 SJ.00)). 7:30,1.55FKIE5NRDS :
Love you, Call (P6.13) MO ON A WIRE (PC-li
10% discount. 377.8352 332-7364
fantastic Income opportunity for motivated Richard 'for Info. 7-3-6-18 or | ((5:00 0 IJ,00)), Mon.i. TuW, WW it 17:30.: 10:IS | 12:00: 2:JO. ((6:110: MOO). : 10:15:
Individuals! Our 00.11.I to put gold 7-17-16-1S CKMOtSU DICK TRACY
'. back In the hands of the American people. THURSDAY Ok 'AT'::00 THURSDAY ONLY AT 12:01: *M

Our commitment Is to help, you get your 'FAITH LIKE ABRAHAM'S Looking, for yng man who called the other TALES FROM THE DARKS ((1)
share I For more Into call 904-665-9077 or For Inspirational In mall on 7th. With r shirt. I rent 12:15: 2:46.15:30: : I$3.001.6:00.: 10t:15 .
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338.5088, and ask for Mark. 6214.14 messagedial who u r. Call me again. Or write PO box
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TUESDAY.JUNE 12.1990.ALLIGATOR.
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GOLFfrom the ball well,"Barlow said.."I just didnt take Day 4 have the best t Seam i 'the nation'-}just'not
page 20 advantage of my opportunities like I did Alexander's lack of confidence was well- on Saturday."It's .
yesterday." founded as the Gators started losing the just good playing by (Arizona State)
71.:Pat Bates shot 73, Chris DiMarco 75 and Day3 seven-stroke lead even before they could get and not so good playing by us," DiMarco
Chris,Toulson 78. Some UF players had to wait to play started. Arizona State, who teed off before
said.Barlow
The first day is kind of scary because you Friday's last two holes until Saturday morn- the Gators, shot the lights out to creep into had the most carefree attitude,
can't really win the tournament but you ing because of lightning. contention.By calling the loss disappointing, but not fatal.
definitely can lose it," UF coach Buddy Al- Atone point,UFled Arizona by 16 strokes, the 18th hole, UPs final chance de-' "You've just got to do your best," Barlow
exander said. "In that respect, we accom- but soon after that everything started to pended on four players -Toulson, Bates, said. "I'm disappointed for the team and
plished what we had hoped to today and got come apart. Only DiMarco shot under par, DiMarco and Hart, who needed to come up mostly disappointed for Coach.,But this is .
off to a good, solid start. a 71. Toulson had a 74, Hart and Barlow with three birdies between them to tie the golf-pressure is trying to solve the world's
Day 2 finished at 75 and Bates had a 77. Sun Devils. problems. This is fun.
After the rain-delayed holes were played, Toulson faced a 20-foot() birdie putt to move Individually, UF didn't fare too well. Hart
UF widened its lead to three shots over UPs lead was at seven. UF to within two strokes but missed. Bates was the top Gators finisher, tying for 14th
Arizona and Barlow earned! first place in "We don't feel like we played that well, had a six-footer to help keep UF alive, but with 289. DiMarco and Barlow tied for 17that
individual play after shooting 71.Hart,Bates and if you don't feel like you played that well, also missed. 290, Bates was 33rd at 293 and Toulson
and DiMarco also shot 71. Toulson added a then it's not a good day unless it happens to DiMarco sank his five-foot birdie putt,but tied for 103rd at 304.
78."I be the last day when you're still on top," UF was too far gone by the time Hart "What is remarkable is that we almost won
didn't think quite as well as I did yes- Alexander said."I'm not real confident. I will reached 1&DiMarco the tournament without having anyone in
terday,but as far as my ball-striking,I struck not be confident until this thing is over." said he thinks the Gators still the top 10,"Alexander said.

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can say that he learned from one of
America's most successful coaches and
that he played against one of the world's M 3 3a
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former top-10 player Kathy Rinaldi."I im"f
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started hitting a few balls around hereat
UF and got to like it," Anderson said
taking a few minutes away from the 1990
NCAA Women's Tennis Championships at
UF's Scott Linder Stadium. S

"(UF women's coach) Andy Brandi! and

Kathy Rinaldi a pupil of his started me off,
and I was hooked" Anderson said. JH+ MORIARTY
Anderson, in his fifth year with the UF junior Pat Bates and the rest of the Gators watched as Arizona State came from seven shots back to win the NCAA

Bears lives in Chicago. He returned to his Championship.

hometown Graceville an Hty-bitly locale
west of Tallahassee last week to speak at
a local athletic banquet and head just Say UF can't hang on to national titleBy

No to Drugs march. From there it was on
to Gainesville to check out the latest tennis.
to have to beat them. "It UFs Jeff Barlow said
JEFF MORIARTY was a mess
Anderson split his time watching the
They were only half right. Saturday when it was all over.
on-court action talking with other tennis Alligator Writer
aficionados and hanging out with former Somebody did beat them. But they also Day 1
UF quarterback and teammate Kerwin TARPON SPRINGS -After leading the beat themselves.By UF took an early lead with a 287 total.
93rd NCAA Golf Championship for the first the time the Gators reached the 18th Barlow shot a four-under 68 to tie for the

Bell.When he visits Graceville Anderson three days what looked like a dream come hole at the Island course at Innisbrook on individual lead with two other players. Dud-
meets the demand for the homegrownhero. true for the Gators turned into a nightmare Saturday, Arizona State had shot a final- ley Hart who suffered a stress fracture to
Happily. Saturday. round nine-under-par and finished with a a rib and hadn't played a full week of golfin
"Any time you play professional sports.you're The'Galors said all year they would win team total 1155. UF struggled the final dayto over a month was three shots back at
Anderson said. this tournament, and if not, it wouldn't be a four-over-par final round and finished
a role model "By
because they lost it-somebody was going with 1157. see Golf, page 19
me leading!! that march if I steered just one
kid away from drugs it was worth my -

time.And" his time is so scarce that he's been Football team adds Miami to 1996 schedule

of Gator Emmitt
unable to see much former

Smith moving on to the NFL's Dallas Cow- .. _
When Steve spurrier: was hired as ui take place in November. minimum ALT; score ot 18 required of Division -
after 3 at UF.
'" boys years football coach in January, he insisted Miamibe Miami's 31-4 victory over the Gators in I athletes. He scored 15. -
Asked how Smith will fare in the NFL
Anderson said "It's hard to tell becauseI've put back on the Gatprs( schedule. 1987 marked the 49th consecutive year the If Travis stays at Pearl River Community
Thursday he got his wish. two schools met, and UF dropped the series College in Poplarville Miss., he will have to
had chance to him
play.
never a see
UF and Miami ironed out an agreementthat the next year, holding a 25-24 series edge. graduate with at least 48 credit hours beforehe
From what I understand he's outstand-
ing back. The coaches here, told an me he'll will have the two facing each other from Miami has won seven of the last 10 contests. can play for a Division I school.
1996 to 2001. The two also are playing in '92 Foley bristled at the suggestion that add
be exceptional Gators ink seventh recruit
an pro. and '93, but will not meet in '94 and '95 ing the 'Canes to UF's schedule could be
Anderson hasn't.done so badly himself. The power-shy UF baseball team signed a
because of conflicting schedules. considered an effort to strengthen the
After laboring behind Walter Payton the Gators' schedule. home run-hitting first baseman Thursday
NFL's all-time leading rusher for 3 years, the Gators' seventh recruit of the season.
"UF has had
never to apologize for its
Anderson blossomed last year gaining
1,275 yards on 274 carries with 11 touch- AROUND schedule" Foley said. "You never have to Brent Killen of Arizona Western Junior
a downs. He also led the Bears with 50 SPORTS apologize for playing Auburn Georgia Ten College a two-time all-state selection signeda
receptions for 434 yards and four scores. nessee, Florida State LSU and now Miami." national letter of intent with UF Gators.

Anderson's efforts earned him a spot on UF Senior Associate Athletic Director Jeremy UF loses football recruit coach Joe Arnold announced.The .

the NFC's Pro Bowl roster despite playingfor Foley said the two sides have been Lateef Travis, considered the prize of UF's lefty-hitting Killen a pre-season All-
Ch"zo's. : worst team in years. discussing the possibility of resuming the 1990 football recruiting class has failed to American after batting .435 with 11 homers
"We had some injuries last year and lost series which left off in 1987, since Spurrier's meet NCAA academic requirements and will and 65 RBI as a freshman went on to hit.439
J some real close ball games," Andersonsaid. arrival. attend a Mississippi junior college. with nine home runs and 59 RBI last season.
"We have pretty much the same nucleus "When we hired Steve, Spurrier, one of the The 6-foot-4,225 pound linebacker, a Pen-
California drafts UF's McCray
so it'll be a rebuilding year." things he wanted to do was get Miami on the sacola Pine Forest product was one of four
The rebuilding starts July 26, when An- schedule," Foley said. "Spurrier believed Florida high school players named to the Senior UF pitcher Todd McCray was taken
derson and the rest of the team report to adding Miami to the schedule would enhancethe Parade All-American team. by the California Angels in the 17th round of
the Bears training center for their summer recruiting effort." Travis still\ is one English course shy of the major league baseball amateur draft last

mini-camp. Florida will host the contest in even-num- graduation and will have to pass an English week.

C Unless Anderson changes his mind and bered years and Miami will host it in odd class this summer to receive his diploma. McCray a 6-foot-2 righty from Mayo,

heads to Wimbledon for another slightly years. All games are set for September with Although he met the NCAA minimum 2.0 threw 59 2/3 innings and posted a 6-2 record
more prestigious tennis tournament. the exception of the 1999 contest, which will grade-point average Travis failed to meet the with a 4.98 earned run average.

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