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I State orders partial shutdown of mining plant I IBy

RONALD DUPONT JR. have seen these affects in Lowell, a town 20 coal. humans.
miles south of Gainesville where the plantis "We believe the reason for the request of
Alligator Writer But a UF study shows the lead levels in
based. the extension is to continue soil decontam-
the soil the aren't
surrounding plant high.
Mid-Florida Mining- the plant accusedof The threat of lead poisoning is not the ination activities that were not subject to
The test results, published in the Florida
digging up an ancient burial ground and reason the state has put restrictions on the federal and state public notice require-
Breeders' Association
Thoroughbred -
emitting too much lead from its smoke- plant, DER attorney David Schwartz said. ments," said Steve Smallwood of the Divi- newsletter
based research
are on by Stephen
stacks-has been told by a state agency to He said the company had been given sion of Air Resources Management.The .
Sundlof UF
shut down part: of its operation by July 16. permission to process contaminated soil in DER mandate will still allow the min- a lexicologistResults

This news comes just after a UF study 1986 when plant officials said the plant was ing plant to Continue its only other operation, show soil samples less than a
shows that lead levels in the soil around the going to burn coal to power its mining drying clay to make cat litter, Schwartz said. half-mile from the plant had an average lead
plant are normal,a fact that contrasts sharply operation.As Whitfield Palmer, chairman of MFM Indus- concentration of 10.2 parts for each million
with tests done by residents. long as Mid-Florida Mining was burning tries, which controls the plant and other almost one-third the cutoff level set by
The Department of Environmental Regu- coal, it could continue to process the companies, said Monday he did not know Sundlof.At .
lation told plant officials Friday that they soil, Schwartz said. But he said the plant enough about the DER mandate to comment
have 30 days to stop purifying petroleum- never has burned coal in the four years it about It.Permission. 30 parts a million, lead begins to build
contaminated soil-a process residents say has had a permit. to once again process contam- up in the tissues of the horses that eat grassin
is producing high levels of lead. When Mid-Florida Mining asked last inated soil could be given in an August the area, according to the newsletter.The .
High lead levels in humans have been month for its permit to be extended,the DER special state hearing, Schwartz said. At this
shown to dramatically affect children, mak- said no. In a letter to plant officials Friday, hearing, residents will argue that their tests lead levels decreased as tests were
ing them restless and hurting their learning Mid-Florida Mining was accused of using show the plant is producing high levels of taken farther from the plant, Sundlof study
abilities. No one, however, has said they the permit for reasons other than burning lead that are killing horses and affecting showed.


New parking planto

add 730. spaces

have received don't have to
we pay
Alligator Writer for,"Jones said.Construction. AA/
of three parking
UF officials said students should garages last year cost more than
expect to see more than 730 addi- $10 million dollars and was paid in
tional parking spaces built duringthe part by an increase in parking 4A7i
next year.Construction. decal fees.
of a $1.4-million Jones said the addition of the 1\-A\V-\l
addition to the commuter parking three parking garages and the i
garage on North-South Drive be- lower enrollment luring summer
'hind Hume Hall is planned to start has alleviated most parking prob-
next May, said Otis Jones, interim lems. _____ 4r r
assistant vice president for admin- "I 1 feel students can find a placeto
istrative affairs. park if they plan for it and don't
Jones said the new parking ga- mind having to ride the bus for
,rage will be a twin to the existing about 10 minutes to get where they
parking garage and will create an want to go,"Jones said."There are
additional 400 parking spaces. parking spaces available everyday, t
The project was financed but some students refuse to park l
through the Capital ImprovementTrust and ride (the bus) because they f.ATALEE WATERS
Fund. CITF money comes feel it's an inconvenience. Framed 1
from the$2.44 fee students pay for "There just is not enough room above the Reitz
Todd Oakley of Midstate Steel keeps his balance while working on girders
each credit hour taken.
see Parking page 9 Union Colonnade.
"This is the first parking that we

I Trial begins for student accused of killing professor 11

ByJUDYA.PLUNKETTAlligator the University not giving instruction to the rented. it was moved to the police compound and
Staff Writer graduate students," Bernstein said. .Prosecuting attorney John Carlin said he opened by an officer without a warrant,court
He said UF now requires that graduate will not seek the death penalty for Hansen.He records show.
The trial of a graduate studentaccusedof students and their progress be reviewed said eight aggravating factors are neededto
killing his professor begins today,and the each year. pursue the death penalty, and only one of When the officer found the paper, records
said he will not seek show he consulted the prosecuting attorney,
prosecuting attorney Police found the 41-year-old professor those factors-alleged premeditation
the death penalty. when they responded to a burglar alarm at present in this case. replaced the paper and closed the car. Police
Jens Peter Hansen,,42, is charged with his house, 9602 SW 43rd Terrace. A neighbor In exchange for the prosecution's decision obtained a search warrant a few days later,
shooting UF pathology professor Arthur told police he had heard the alarm and not to pursue the death penalty,Hansen reopened the car and removed the paper.

Kimura in the head Sept. 1, looked outside, where he saw Kimura and a agreed to be tried by six jurors instead of t
Kimura was the chairman of Hansen's white man struggling on. the professor'slawn. Defense attorney Stephen Bernstein fileda
doctoral committee, the committee in 12.One piece of evidence to be used In the motion, asking the paper not be used! as
chargeof granting Hansen's doctorate. The neighbor also said he saw a yellow trial is a paper found in Hansen's car. The evidence because it was first found withouta
Court records show Kimura had told Hansenhe Ryder van parked in Kimura's driveway. paper has several handwritten lists on it, search warrant.CircuitJudge Robert Cates
would not receive his degree. Hansen was arrested several miles from which include items such as "ether,"*"rag" denied the motion last month.
Stephen Bernstein, Hansen's attorney, Kimura's house when he and the van he was and "hood." It also has written instructionson
said the reason behind Hansen not gettinghis driving met the neighbor's description. it, including "arrange props," "position Both attorneys said Monday they expectthe
degree is a controversial issue. Hansen's car was'later found at a local hood" and "wipe for prints." trial to last through Thursday, with ju-
there was a big problem with' Ryder company where the van had been The paper was found in Kimura's car after rors returning a verdict that nightII


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vide friendship to children 7 to 14 years old who are tion. Volunteer must have good communication skills.

having adjustment problems.A Education majors are needed to assist teachers
counselor aid is needed at a halfway house for with creative activities for kids in the Extended Day
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I SG delays WSU funding until adviser is found 1By 1


DEBBIE CENZIPER major requirements for group registration But Budget'and Finance Committee dent Body President Michael Browne must
Alligator Staff Writer -an adviser-and administrators said they Chairman Chris Tompkins said until the give it final approval before WSU gets any
will give the group an undetermined grace group settles its problems with administrators money.
Although UF's White Student Union period to find another one. Wright spent over registration requirements, his Stern said Sunday he can't make any
asked Student Government for $3,000 last more than three months searching for committee will put off hearing the group's premature decisions on supporting the
week, SG leaders say they won't decide if Schneider. request. group,and he won't sign anything until WSU

the group will receive any money until it Wright said his group, which has about a Once registration requirements are met, finds an adviser.
finds another adviser. dozen members, is requesting money for Tompkins said his committee will hear the Stern said student leaders should con

The group's former adviser, teaching as- speakers and literature. WSU formed as a group's money request just like any other sider the WSU like any student group.
sistant Russ Schneider, quit last week because balance to the Black Student Union and is student group. Money is allocated based on Wright has a right to present the group in
of rumors linking WSU to the Ku Klux against Affirmative Action laws and minority a group's size,programming and how many front of senators and should be heard in an
Klan. WSU President Mark Wright said scholarship recruitment, Wright said. students will benefit from its programs, unbiased manner. Stern said.
Schneider also quit because he objected If the BSU and Hispanic Student Associ- Tompkins said. The group will not get any money if sen-

when Wright sent a copy of the group's ation gets money through SG, then WSU Once the committee approves the request ators determine the group is too political,
constitution to Tony Bastanzio, former KKK also should be supported, Wright said. The student senators must approve it on Stern said. SG traditionally does not fund

chief executive. group is similar to other minority groups, two separate votes. Student Body Treasurer
WSU is now left without one of the two and they have the same goals, he added. David Stern must sign the request and Stu- see WSU page 4

Regents consider


cutting programs

ondary education.

Alligator Staff Writer Academic Affairs Vice President

Gene Hemp said the Regent's planis
Three UF degree programs may
be eliminated to"clean house"and simply a paper transaction and
an effort to get rid of meaninglesstitles
get rid of duplicated program titles,
but administrators said studentswon't on the Regents' computer
lists of No
be affected by the cuts. degree programs.
classes will be cut, he said.
The Board of Regents, the 13-
member panel that governs' the
state's nine universities, designeda "It's purely a paper transactionand
plan that will cut 53 degree programs it doesn't affect anyone,"Hemp
state-wide. said.

Regents spokesman Pat Riordan
said the cuts come after an evalu- College of Education Dean
ation that revealed many programswere David Smith said the programs
repetitive and no studentswere being cut in his college won't be Y, V 7Aa N
enrolled in them. missed, because students are now

Students will still be able to take taking the same classes under dif-

the same classes,just under differ- ferent names and have been doingso i
ent program names, Riordan said. for the last few years. Having a ball PAUL W1NN

The will make individual colleges
plan more efficient and save costs, "The department has no objections Michelle Kesler, vice president of the Graduate Student Council, helps Gina Per I, 3, i

he said. to their elimination," Smith during a kick ball game Saturday at Lake Wauburg South. The game was part of a social 'I

"We're, bringing the stragglersinto said. "It won't change anything." sponsored by GSC and Student Government Productions. !

the main fold," Riordan said.

Earlier this year, the Regents Engineering Academic Affairs
asked state universities to identify Associate Dean Herbert Bevis NOW to continue
programs that have existed for five agreed and said the engineering

years and have not had any graduates school had already requested that
Riordan said. the program be eliminated since

The UF programs the Regentsmay the college combined programs a until theater changes policiesBy j
cut,.at their July 26 and 27 few years ago.Students .
meeting are a bachelor's degree in
systems engineering, a bachelor's have already been taking CARRIE SEGAL Merchant said the protesters are following one of
degree in pre-elementary educa- classes in the same program, Alligator Writer Dixon's tips by handing out fliers stating their position

tion and a rn ster's degree in sec-: but under a different name,he said. and their demands.
Members of the Gainesville area National Organi- First,the corporation must develop a clear,uncom-
zation for Women said they will continue to protest promising position opposing sexual discriminationand
I I UF chooses fine arts deanDonald I Utchfield's Butler Plaza Cinemas until the theater sexual harassment.

"responds to their demands. Second, the corporation must immediately beginsex
McGlothlin will leave grams and the superiority of its NOWs picket lines and protests began when employee discrimination and sexual harassment educational
his post as director the School faculty members influenced his Melinda Kraft and co-workers were laid off training for all workers.

of Fine Arts at the University of decision to accept the job. Plus; after speaking up about being sexually harassed by Third, Litchfield must apologize to the employeesin
Missouri-Columbia and:return returning to UF was.an added former Assistant Manager Lynn W. Nicely. Gainesville, especially Melinda Kraft, in public and
I to UF this fall_as the new dean bonus he said., Nicely was arrested April 17 and charged in con- in writing.
Arts. nection with the of Kraft in her condominium. t
of Fine
I of the College rape
"I plan to get thoroughly 1 ac- Litchfield has done nothing, Merchant said.
Kraft said Nicely raped her early in the morning of
McGlothlin,',48, served, ur quainted with the programs in litchfield's management refused to comment when
: April 17 at her home. Other former employees of
chairman of UFt Department
years as the. college 'and learn,more the
asked about
ongoing protest"Corporate
of Music beginning in Litchfield said they also had been harassed by Nicely.
I about the three areas, McG- "
too much said
bungling happens ,
Those who harassed laid off
1972 and then:moved to chair reported being were
work with''they
lothlin said."I want to
\ to the from scandal Litchfield Vice Donna Burnell, director of Gainesville Women'sHealth
the Department of Music atW9nsouri. faculty ,because:there's a protect company "
for excellence there.- President and General Manager Ulmer Eaddy said. Center.
He will begin his new positionat v potential Litchfield fired Nicely, and according to his bond "The corporation has not responded;it has basicallysaid

UF,Sept, 5, succeeding the earned conditions, he cannot contact t Kraft or enter Alachua "We don't care,'" Burnell said. "They underestimated
college's founding dean,Joseph; McGlothlin hismaster's County except to talk to his attorney. the amount of anger this would stir in the
In clarinet "
Sabatella.' Sabatella served 15 degree performance "' NOW has been following some tips given by veteran community.
as dean and plans to return and a ,doctorate in activist Marlene Dixon.In One of the protesters, Wayne Cope, 28, said he
years ,
to teaching in UFs'art department -: ,.music education tTom"the'Un{ 1968,' Dixon worked with women at the Univer- wants people to realize that rape is an act of violence,
t versity of Iowa.He's also served sity of Chicago who were organizing the first women'sliberation'movement not a sexual act"We're
':, )Ut ..$::," :'as director of the!Idaho Falls
to other
there.NOW's getting a good response compared
McGlothlin, said, the high :
and Idaho State symphonies
target is Utchfield's management and its demonstrations," Cope said. "People ,honk their
quality of the fine arts college,' ***
,its nationally-recognized} 'pro-: DEBBIE CENZIPER: managerial policies,said Erica Merchant, Gainesville horns, leave the theater and some just won't come
NOW's Litchfield action team coordinator. back.



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I Gunman kills 8 self in rampageJACKSONVILLE I CAMPUS SPECIALVolunteers TM

(UPI) A man with a record of the massacre, but "walked through shooting people
violent crime whose car had recently been repos- execution style," the sheriff said.
sessed sprayed a loan office with semi-automatic rifle "But he did have an automobile repossessed about needed for sixmonthoral
fire Monday, killing eight people and injuring at least six months ago by GMAC. We suspect this may have
five,authorities said. The gunman then killed himself. triggered his irrational behavior," he said. contraception study.
Duval County Sheriff James McMillan said the Seven people, including Pough, died at the scene
gunman, James Edward Pough, 42, of Jacksonville, and seven more were taken to hospitals, where two REQUIREMENTS: Good health: between 18-35
also in the weekend of died later McMillan said. found at
was a suspect killings an alleged more Investigators
medical with oral
prostitute and her reputed pimp."It least .Sfoaliber shells. years: no problems
is one of the worst things I've seen in my 20 some "It appeared that he just stopped shooting and contraceptive use: must be in Gainesvillearea
odd years of police work," McMillan said of the turned the gun on himself when he didn't see any for next six months.
massacre,adding that one of the wounded was a police other (potential) victims," McMillan said. BENEFITS: Free physical exam: pap smear; blood
officer's wife. The attack matched the worst single- McMillan said Pough's 1988 Pontiac Grand Am was
cholesterol sixmonth'ssupply
test including :
gunman massacre in Florida history, when eight repossessed by GMAC Jan.24,1990,and that he drovea
people were gunned down in a Miami machine shopin 1977 green Buick to the GMAC office. A 9mm of oral contraceptives.eJ71fi.rfferif.
August 1982. machine pistol was later found in the car.
Pough walked through the front door of the General Pough was suspected of gunning down an alleged Clinic
Motors Acceptance Corp. auto finance office near prostitute, Doretta Elaine Drake, 30, and her reputed !
downtown Jacksonville about 11 a.m.and began shoot- pimp,Louis Carl Bacon,39, during separate shootings Diagnostic Center.
ing customers with a .30-caliber semi-automatic car- within minutes of each other on Jacksonville streets, For information call 372-5600
bine, McMillan said.There were 86 GMAC employeesin McMillan said. Investigators claim Pough believed he
the office, many of whom escaped through other had been cheated in a sex deal.
offices and backdoors. The killings occurred early Saturday morning in One of the signs of summer
Pough, also carrying a .38-caliber revolver, then Pough's neighborhood and involved a.30-caliber rifle
went through the office firing at employees, before like the one used at the GMAC office, McMillan said.
shooting himself in the head.Pough did not talk during The description of the killer matched Pough's.

I Jury selected in Barry drug trial I

WASHINGTON (UPI) A jury consisting mostlyof U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson said.
black women was seated Monday to hear the drug Attorneys for Barry used their strikes from the poolof
and perjury trial of Mayor Marion Barry. 82 potential jurors primarily to dismiss whites from e
The jury of 12 regulars and six alternates consistedof the jury; federal prosecutors struck mostly blacks
15 women a dozen of them black and three candidates.The .
men. Thirteen members of the panel are black, and atmosphere during the brief hearing Mondaywas
five are white. tense, with Barry at times huddling with his soul by rb.Coll.gr of Neal?6 and Naman P.rformane

Barry is black,and many of his supporters have cast defense team.
the federal case against him as part of an effort by the The trial is expected to last about a month.It .
white establishment to undercut black politicians.The was not expected to be known to jurors or the
jury was to be sequestered later Monday, with public throughout the trial which of the 18 are mem- =r.3

opening arguments scheduled for Tuesday morning, bers of the jury and which six are alternates. TuM-Frl...12 coos For Details Call Tu-Tbur ..) pm
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PALM BEACH (UPI)Gubernatorial can- challenged Chiles to debate him on prime-time
didate Bill Nelson brought along a pair of flip-flops television, but Chiles initially refused, saying that
Monday to his debate with Democratic rival Lawton Nelson should first halt his expensive television advertising
Chiles to drive home his point that Chiles has flip- campaign.The .
flopped in the campaign. former U.S. senator dropped that preconditionover Celebrate the Fourthon
Nelson pulled out the pair of rubber sandals and the weekend, though, in a change of heart that
handed them to Chiles after noting the candidate had apparently opens the way for such prime-time debates. July 3rd!
reversed himself on the issue of televised debates."I The two Democratic candidates met for their third
don't think this qualifies you for any leadership debate before an audience of about 500 people.
awards," Nelson said. "But you do deserve an award The two candidates are vying for the right to meet
for your flexibility,and here is your award,as a symbolof Republican Gov. Bob Martinez in the November
your campaign." general election. Martinez faces only nominal opposition miim m m m w
Nelson U.S. from Melbourne had within his
.. a congressman .. party.. .. ..

I Judge grants gubernatorial candidate custodyFORT I

LAUDERDALE (UPQ= Broward County temporary custody to Martin,a Fort Lauderdale lawyer presented by
judge awarded Republican gubernatorial candidate running as a dark horse candidate for governor.
Anthony Martin III temporary custody Monday of his Monday's order also said neither the boy nor his
6-year-old son.. 4-year-old sister, Elizabeth Martin, should be removed Classic 89 and Channel 5
The boy, Anthony Martin IV, disappeared from from the state.
school in Oldsmar May 23. The case was originally Martin said he has had custody of the children for
reported as a kidnapping, but the boy's mother, Ros- 14 months and that Gehrke never contacted them until A spectacular evening .
witha Helga Gehrke, admitted she had picked him up he announced he would run for governor. of American music and
and taken him to her home in Shokan, N.Y Martin said he hoped to see the boy soon. dazzling fireworks for
Martin and Gehrke never married, although they "We're going to wait for her to bring the child back the whole family.Tuesday .
had two children together. Police said since they had he said.
never reached a custody settlement and there was no Initially, the state Department of Health and I
pending custody order, Gehrke had committed no Rehabilitative Services was ordered to take custody of L
crime by taking her son. both children until the couple's custody battle was July 3rd
Gehrke failed to appear with the boy for Monday's resolved, but HRS workers testified Monday that the
hearing, despite a court order, and the judge granted order had been canceled.and 6p.m.University.
Wsufrom they'll be ineligible," Stern with student money, Stern said..
Florida 'Bandshellsponsored
page 3 Independent Party Leader and
Stern said giving the group B&F member Nelson Mirandasaid
political groups because the money for legitimate purposes, 'neither SG nor Florida statutes by:
money comes from students'Activity such as informative debates or presentations specify that political groups
and Service fees $4.75 for would be allowed. cannot be funded. LACHUA
each credit hour beginning July 1. GENERALHOSPITAL
But buying literature that promotes Miranda said he thinks Senate'sInformation .

"If they are pushing political the group's political beliefs, and Investigation AN AFFILIATE OF SANTAFE
causes, I don't think student fees which many students 'may not Committee will have to determinejust HEALTHCAREr
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I Librarian leads timid fact-finders to knowledge 1 I Ij

Dolores Jenkins adds eral activist organizations, including
Greenpeace and the World Wildlife Fund.
panache to researchingBy Her career as a librarian began with a part-
time job in junior college. It was a good job
for her. She liked to read and she liked
books. She discovered she had a facility for
Alligator Writer
getting information and answering ques-
Train wreck. Where and when did tions. From shelving books, she became
history's worst train wreck, occur? How A# 41 familiar with their contents and could tell
many people were killed in the accident? readers who wrote what and where to find
The student journalist was getting desperate. it.
He needed information about the After receiving her master's degree in
world's champion of railway disasters for a library science from Florida State Univer-
fact-finding assignment and time was { 6 sity, Jenkins was associate director of a
running out. A two-hour search of Library public library for two years. She briefly
West's lobby had failed to produce so muchas served in the U.S. Navy before coming to
a derailed caboose. work for the UF.

Abstracts. Handbooks. Indexes. Indexesof r Jenkins' co-worker, Jill Markgraf, said
indexes.The library was an ocean of data } Jenkins is one of the most brilliant peopleshe
and the student felt like a small boat. He has ever met. Markgraf also describedher
gave up and went to ask a librarian for help. as generous and helpful.
The woman behind the reference desk "She's always bringing us gifts. She
adjusted her glasses and gave him a friendly brings us food. She'll do anything for any
smile. body," Markgraf said.
"May I help you?" she said.It Jenkins said students have come to her
was his lucky day. He hadn't found his with some unusual requests for information.One .
train wreck, but he had found Dolores ROBERT KAULtKSON student asked where she could find a
Jenkins. UF Journalism librarian Dolores Jenkins, left, assists teaching aide Katherine I Clarkin
map showing the locations of all illegal aliensin
Dolores Jenkins is a research librarian Ubrary West. the United States.
assigned to the College of Journalism and said. Good habits learned early help journalists the pie and research it properly.She Jenkins explained that if the governmentknew
Communications. Her duties include order avoid errors which might damage their said proper research means matchingthe where illegal aliens were located it
ing materials for the various journalism de- careers. question with the appropriate research wouldn't be mapping them-but deporting
partments and providing reference and "You can't trust your memory," Jenkinssaid. tool. Abstracts and indexes are aids in find- them.
research services for students and faculty. "You can't do things off the top of your ing the right book, periodical or electronic Another student asked for information on
Jenkins has been with UF since 1973 and head because if you do that, you'll start research service. rabid whales.
her familiarity with library sources is leg losing your credibility." Jenkins said students who have problems
endary. Professor Colleen Sullivan, who Taking the train wreck question as an should get help from a librarian. She said "Certainly a whale's a mammal." Certainlyit
teaches mass communications law, called example,Jenkins said a good place to begin many students don't because they are afraidof could possibly carry rabies, Jenkins said.
"But who the hell is swim
to out to
Jenkins a "campus treasure" who is always the search would be with a general information seeming ignorant Everyone is ignorantin going
cooperative, witty and pleasant. source like an almanac. She said.the some way, she said, and nobody shouldbe sea and bite it?
"Dolores knows how to find everything," Information, Please Almanac is a good afraid to ask for help. And then there was the student out to
Sullivan said. "She's helped improve "dumping ground" of information. Students Zamady Solano, a senior in public rela- prove a statistical correlation between infer
student's attitudes about the library don't need to launch intricate searches if tions, once sought Jenkins' help with some tility and abortion.
Jenkins said helping students track down they can find what they're looking for in market research.Solano said the library wasa Jenkins is currently working on an annotated
specific bits of information isn't as importantas "quickie" sources like almanacs and hand- confusing place without Jenkins' help. bibliography that identifies state pub-
helping them develop good work habits. books.If "It's like it's a maze in there and she's the lications that could be helpful to working
She said journalists usually work under a more extensive search is necessary, gatekeeper," Solano said. journalists. She said she finds it gatifyingthat
deadline pressure and they need, research she said students should focus on a narrow Jenkins is 43, divorced, and a Florida so many students come to her for infor
techniques that will provide them with segment of their subject Students become native. She lives in Gainesville with a me- mation."I .
speedy access to accurate information. swamped with information because the nagerie of 11 cats, two dogs and a fat frog think it's the moral responsibility of the
Courses that require quick factfindinghelp questions they ask are too broad. Jenkins' named Lumpy Louie. older generation to try to transfer what it
students develop good work habits,she advice is: Don't panic, take a tiny piece of An environmentalist, she belongs to sev- knows to the younger generation."

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a disappointing gubernatorial campaign so far. MARION BARRY, HAS OPTED

What started out with such promise has turned into a NOT TO PUN) FOR RRELEGTIOtJ 0 u
boring off-topic campaign of finger-pointing and grade
school "he started it" issues. ,
A SMALL BUSl/oeSSMA/O./ / WO Two d WNr/NG/
The race for the Democratic nomination started off so
for little in WORD As Yer A-S TO TE
exciting anyone wanting to see a change
Florida. U.S. Congressman Bill Nelson was a candidate to NATURE OF SAID 6UStNE%.

be reckoned with from the very beginning.

Then, when former U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles enteredthe t

race, things got really interesting. Political discussionwas
brewing and students were getting involved. Nelson
welcomed Chiles into the campaign by saying he was "put- 1
ting the Democratic primary into turmoil."

He has since become less harsh and acknowledges that

he learned a lot politically from Chiles and respects him.

Democratic voters then saw two qualified candidates and 'ot

most could be happy with either one.

But that kind of either/or political race breeds apathy

and keeps people at home, not only because they wouldbe
content with either candidate but also because they Nasty people just I don't get ito

really cannot choose between them.

The race hasn't lived up to its expectations. Instead of I've just about had it with mean people. Debbie Cenziper
The worst way to start a day is to watch some
head-to-head issues the in
going on two men have been M
aggravated driver stick a finger out a car window
their little worlds Nelson about how
own complaining PERSPECTIVEoften
of a delayed green light or to hear a main
Chiles won't debate him prime time television and
tenance worker mumble a curse that would make
a smile, hello or a few nice words can make the
Chiles about how much money Nelson has spent on fancy even the most guttural person cringe. difference in a dreary day. Pleasantness is contagious,
television advertisements and how little money he will ac- And it happens all the time. We've all experienceda a good disease to catch.
sales clerk who acts like it's a favor to help you find Nastiness 'and overt hostility only make people

cept.Nelson spends a lot of time pointing out his position on something or a waiter who expects undying gratitudefor defensive. Screaming accomplishes nothing. We all
a glass of water. know that but do .
rarely we practice
Florida issues such off-shore oil and
some as drilling
Just the other I called the
day manager of an so much pain in the world, such horror,
the sale of assault weapons but he doesn't say why. He apartment complex to ask her some questions.BeforeI that it seems life's tiny tragedies could and should be
has a lot of ideas for problems but doesn't really I could ask anything,she berated me with unnecessary handled smoother and easier. But when I try to find
elaborate on how he will implement them. explanations and excuses about her policies. She out a telephone number or the carpet color in my new
For example, he says he would solve the problem of didn't even listen before she began to scream. She apartment, the answers are often so mean and reluctantly
prison overcrowding and parole and probation officers gave me a headache. given that I get frustrated and silent It's a
Secretaries and phone operators are the worst vicious and it's
cycle, just not worth it.
overworked salaries and dif-
being by increasing building
Some secretaries in
answer clipped, condescendingtones Remember pitiful Ebenezer Scrooge or even Oscar
ferent types of detention facilities for different types of which send chills through phone wires. the Grouch two poor souls who couldn't seem to
criminals. But he never says how he will pay for them. Operators yawn when answering and act like you're find happiness and negatively affected others around
Chiles spends a lot of his time getting the average bothering them by requesting information. People them. Life is too short to live with hostility and anger,
Florida resident involved in his campaign and repeating who can't act pleasant and don't like helping shouldn't and spreading negative feelings is unfair.

his quote that "people ought to run this state, not big pursue "people"jobs. Pleasantness comes from a general respect for
You much further much faster
get in life by other human beings and a happiness within oneself.It's .
money. He has answers to questions and problems but being nice (and feel a lot less pressure, too). not hard to find and it's not hard to share.
he is vague and offers few concrete, blunt suggestions.The It feels good to make other people feel good and Debbie Cenziter is an Alligator staff.. writer.

bottom line is that few voters who aren't involvedin I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
these campaigns can tell the difference between the
men. As Democrats, they both attack Gov. Bob Martinez Johnson feature resurrected. This new episode in In a society where violent men,
and both the continued slander of the White despite their alleged talent and intelligence
support a woman's right to choose whether she
Student Union is unfortunately the hold the domestic life
wants an abortion. They both stand behind constitutional real world storyEditor
a product of the momentary jour of an entire nation hostage, thereis
amendment protecting the flag and neither will supporta : I must give credit where nalistic ineptitude by Alligator the ever-present temptation to
state income tax to raise more money for the state. credit is due.The June 12 Alligator reporter Ronald Dupont Jr. com- invoke, often at the expense of the
The deciding factor has to be personalities and wehaven't story, The Lord, The Law & The bined with Project 99's charac- .truth, the existence of a racist
seen much of that yet. What voters know, they Facts," is an excellent article, ab- teristic unethical behavior. boogeyman that can be used as a
knew before this campaign started. solutely excellent. Please keep up The self-proclaimed black em- scapegoat to evade the unpalatable
the good work. powerment group, which con- realities causing America's racial
Voters need to be shown the differences between the tinues to distribute "information"in polarization.
two men. We aren't suggesting mud-slinging or talking The Frank Johnson story shouldbe violation of their unofficial is
used as an example of thorough Principal among causes
bad about each other. Public debates and public questioning character representation. In addi- status, passed out copies of a the demise of individual responsibility -
is the best way for voters to see both candidates and tion,this is the kind of"real world" Central Florida Future article White students may have
decide for themselves whether they accept the answers. story many of us here in academia Tony which stated that an ex-Klansman, more of a stake in the fate of the
need to see. I have asked severalof Bastanzip, oversaw the for- WSU and other anti-quota groups
There have been three radio debates and talk of prime mation of UFs WSU. The authorof
time debates. We hope that before the primary election my "busy" friends to take a few the article,whose promised writ than previously believed.
minutes to read
Sept. 4, they will show Floridians how they differ. itDavid of explanation is still pending,later Without a legitimate voice in
A. Padgett admitted that"oversaw"was actually racial affairs, the only permissiblewhite
Loyal Fraternal Order of the 99 a paraphrase of what Bastanzio response, t to the Insidious

alligator Editor WSU wronged by meant by "following closely in the governing fallacy,"disparity equals
papers." racism," is capitulation to the
Lucy ChabotManaging minority oligarchy's increasingly
Editor Opinions Editor bad paraphraseEditor forts Mr. Dupont, despite valiant ef- vindictive list of demands.
to verify sources
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella : Thanks to the wishful Memorial Day weekend,wrote the The WSU would like to chal-
thinking of the Loyal, Fraternal article on Project 99's pamphlet for lenge Project 99 and any of the
Letter Policy Order of the,99 and a little bias The Alligator.: Here the word"over-. Coalitions-of-the-Month to an open
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page). They should be
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include I typed name address and telephone momentum, another specter of Ku saw"was changed to the decidedly forum on race relations..
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions,call Klux Klan involvement with the more incriminating "formed ,the Steven McCormick
the editorial' page editor at 3764458.
White Student Union has been WSU."
WSU va eprealdentE



I' Student to lead 'mission' to Dominican Republic I I IBy

GREGG DEGNAN Dominican Republic. Montalvosaid This type of condition refers to life The solution, growing more out of this than they could ever put
Alligator Writer he will be leading the group at the very margin of existence. trees, will be a difficult task be- into it.Each person will come away
with Steve Hoestery,in associationwith These severely deprived Domini- cause it is a long, continuous process with the satisfaction of having
Long, hot days reforesting a re- St. Augustine's student cen cans need better possibilities." that requires a lot of time. made a very real contribution, of
mote area within a Third World ter.Plan Sierra,an already existing Montalvo said his group will be just being part of the growth,"he said.
country is not how most students local support organization,will provide Montalvo said one step toward the beginning.The "They will be able to point and say,
envision spending the break be- food and barracks for the progress is a new reforestation pro 'I built up that mountain.'"
group will start their jour-
More than 90 percent of the
tween the summer and fall semes- group, he said. gram.region is now totally deforested. ney with an almost two-hour plane Montalvo said these missions
ters. But one UF graduate student "The intention is to provide the This environmental problem parallels trip to Puerto Plata in the Dominican often lure volunteers for reasons
plans to do just that during his undermanned Plan Sierra with a current worldwide problem.Due Republic.From there,they will such as the mystique of a far-away
: break this AugustUF help in the areas of medical treatment to the lack of trees and vegetation ride a bus for three more hours to place or the romanticism of help-
building construction and San Jose de las Matas. Montalvosaid ing others.
student Jose Montalvo will the terrain is not able to
lead 15 to 20 students and Gaines- ecology, Montalvo said. keep together its basic roots for the mission will be no picnic. "That type of feeling is expectedand
ville-area residents on an"environ- "Over 60 percent of the 120,000 growth.Rain then causes this loose Nevertheless, he sees it as a tre- usually part of a drive that
mental mission" in the mountains inhabitants in this region live soil to spread, eroding the land- mendous opportunity.
of San Jose de las Matas in the under the level of critical poverty. scape. "Students will get much more see Trip, page 8




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1 ss Donald McGlothlin Is Appointed Dean

} ONI [PHS01111cyl Of Fine Arts College Effective Sept. 5

Donald McGlothlin, current director of The 48-year-old McGlothlin earnedbachelor's
the of and master's degrees from Pitts-
School Fine Arts at the Universityof
Missouri-Columbia, has been named burg (Kansas)State University. He went on
dean of UF's College of Fine Arts. DONALD to earn a master's degree in clarinet per-
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services, 355. McGlothlin has also served as chairmanof MCGLOTHLIN formance and a doctorate in music educa-
Tigert Hall,and paid(for at usual advertising rates to communicate the Department of Music at Missouri Comes To UF +.: tion from the University of Iowa.
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partment of Music from 1972 to 1976. He University Of ., music in several public school systems
I will assume his new duties at UF Sept. 5. Missouri- and as director of the Idaho Falls and
"Dr. McGlothlin is well known in fine Columbia Idaho State Symphonies. Before comingto
arts circles and brings a wealth of ex- UF in 1972, McGlothlin served as chair-
Graduating Seniors perience and knowledge to his new responsibilities Ii man of the Department of Music at Idaho
," said UF Interim Provost State University.
With Loans Must Gene Hemp. "We look forward to welcoming -
him back to the University of Florida." THIS/NEXT/
Exit Interview 'It is an honor and privilege to be in- WEEK
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college has and stu- Arts. Sabatella to return to teachingin
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Profession, College-awarded or other dents, several nationally recognized programs the art department after serving 15
long-term loans must complete an exit in- and an impressive record of service years as dean, a tenure which made him
terview prior to graduation. Exit inter- in the fine arts professions." senior academic dean at the university. TODAY

views for those graduating at the end of "DARKSIDE," Florida summer
Summer A term must be completed by Student Health Care Center Receives repertory production, 8:15: p.m., Con-
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between 8:30: a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) has general public and free for UF students,
through Friday. Students should contact given UF's Student Health Care Center preliminary indication of compliance with na- available from University Box Office, 9:30:
the financial services office if an appoint- tional standards after surveying the Center's operations June 7 and 8. The Commis- a.m. to 3:30: p.m. weekdays.
ment change must be made. sion's final report and formal recommendations will not be issued for 8 to 12 weeks, "DANCE SPECTRUM," summer
Students who have received Guaran- but favorable preliminary findings predict re-accreditation, said Student Health Care "works-in-progress"recital by Floridance
teed or Federally Insured Loans must Center Director Dr. Boyd Kellett. e Company, includes modem, classical and
complete a loan counseling session priorto The Chicago-based JCAHO visits UF every three years to survey infirmary opera- jazz dance works choreographed by com-
leaving the University. Appointmentnotices tions and decide if they meet nationally established accreditation standards. UF's Stu- pany members, under direction of UF
will be mailed by Student Finan- dent Health Care Center is one of 26 university infirmaries nationwide that have been theater department faculty members Rusti
cial Services. Students who are unable to accredited in the past. The UF infirmary has been accredited for the past 12 years. Brandman and Ric Rose. Free and opento
attend either of the two sessions they are During the two-day review a physician and administrator from the JCAHO, which the 8:15: p.m., Constans Theatre
assigned should call 392-0737 to has been accrediting health care organizations since the early 1900s, observed all aspectsof Main Stage.
reschedule. patient care offered by UF's infirmary-laboratory and x-ray, medical records, quality WEDNESDAY
assurance, physical plant, administration, governance and patient contact. Recommen-
dations were made in each survey category.
While at UF, the reviewers made some preliminary recommendations that have INAR, "The Church and the Poor in El
Ranks 12thIn already been acted upon, said Kellett. UF has installed smoke detectors in the infirmary's Salvador," by Vilma Esperanza Rodri-
basement records storage area, monitored placement of construction area warn- guez, personnel director at San Sal-
Research MoneyUF's ing signs, and raised the level of fluorescent lights in the basement storage area to pre- vador's Resurrection Lutheran Church,
vent light and heat damage to medical records. noon, 323 Grinter Hall.
College of Engineering has been "We work, as always, to prepare for the joint commission's review, and we always FLORIDA PLAYERS'" "MIDSUMMERNIGHT'S
rated the 12th most productive research look forward to its recommendations and comments," Kellett said. "We feel pleasedthat DREAM, 8:15: p.m., Constans
college in the United States, surpassingsuch once again we've demonstrated high-quality care and the realization of our overall Theatre Main Stage. Continues June 22
well-known engineering schools as goal-to provide the most optimum level of care possible for UF's students." and July 5 through 7. Tickets, $6.50 for
Purdue, Georgia Tech and Carnegie- general public and free for UF students,
Mellon University.The available from University Box Office,9:30:
ranking by the American Society of a.m. to 3:30: p.m. weekdays.DUO .
Engineering Education is based on the .
dollar value of research contracts soughtand r4 a1 ment of Music faculty members Patricia
gained by engineering faculty in the Dinkins and Claudia Kiel, 8:15: p.m.,
college during the year. UF's total of Room 120 of the Music Building.
$37,031,571 led all Southeast schools. CONTINUING"FLOWERS

"Twelfth is especially noteworthywhen AND LANDSCAPES," a
we consider that a number of the show of prints by UF art professor Robert
top 11 have more faculty than UF," Mueller and oil paintings by UF professor
engineering Dean Winfred Phillips said. emeritus Hiram Williams, through July 18
Phillips added that he was pleased to at the Gainesville Regional Airport, 3400
see that UF has consistently improved its N.E. 39th Avenue, 5:30: a.m: to 11:45: p.m.
ranking, climbing from 17th in: 1987 and i daily.
16th in 1988 to 12th in 1989. > J "VANISHING FLORIDA," an exhibitof
Massachusetts Institute of Technology more than 30 fiber art works by Tam
led all colleges with more than $82.6 .. pa Bay Fiber Artists' League members,
million in engineering research Florida featuring Florida's endangered plants and
tures. The of South ,
University animals
through July, Temporary Exhibit
with$13.3 in research,was the only other Hall, Florida Museum of Natural History.
. Florida school to break into the top 50. r "r

Construction Temporarily i / UF'ers Can Schedule
:; .. 'JJJ Free Mole

Decreases Tigert ParkingThe UF Hosts Biotechnology ProgramUF's UF Student ScreeningsThe Health Care Center is

vises faculty University, staff Police and employees Department who ad- Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology: Research (0CBR) has embarked on a Gainesville sponsoring a free mole screening by .
"trickle down to make Florida's community college and secondary: teachers dermatologist Dr. Charles
park in the Tigert Hall parking lot that, program Stoer on The
more biotechnology literate.Twenty-one instructors from 12 community colleges are on Thursday.
14 the west will
beginning Friday, spaces on which
are by appointment only,
campus for a five-week training program that started May 21. Twenty-four
end of the parking lot will be temporarily secondary scheduled
five minutes between 8
removed until fall semester. Some ped- teachers from throughout Florida participated in a week-long training program. ICBR and 11 every '
estrian routes and tong- 'ange goaL said program coordinator: Janl Sherrard, is to "make Florida's teachers a.m. The screenings are open to
handicapped all UF
also will be relocated. The relocations ramps are and students the most biotechnology literate populace in the United States.".Above, For students, faculty and staff.
due to construction of the. Student Ser- program participants Charles Nelson (left), Indian Harbour Beach, and Barry Moore, more information or to make an ap-
pointment, call the Student Health Care
vices building. Jacksonville, compare notes during a class experiment. (UF photo by Walter Coker) Center, 392-1161 ext. 281.
The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative/ Action Institution

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.[ Classifications D How to place a Check Our New Specials' OPEN EVERYDAY for rent in spacious NW house, 3
All Amenities Available SPECIALS AVAILABLEMill blocks from campus. M/F for summer B.

classified ad FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Cheap rent. Ask for Christina 3712022.
1 For Rent. Furnished Roommates Available Run, SW 20 Ave 2 br from $375. Call $100 6-19-2-4
We're No. 1 336-7668, 1-5 daily many with new carpet -

2 For Rent Unfurnished In Person: REGENCY OAKS t. JUNE FREE 1 BR Apt. Sublet July & August
Cash, check MC or VISA. 378-5766 $245/mo. w/lease option for fall.

3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office 3230 SW Archer Road Casablanca West, 2735 SW 35 PI. 243 br Hidden Village Apts. 3761248. 6-21-2-4

For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave. COUNTRY GARDENS $475-$665. 372-8837,1.5 dally .
373.4500 Sublet available Summer B, Oak Forest
4 Sublease House/Apt./ M-F 8 am.-\ 4 pm 2001 SW 16th Street Greenwich Green & other rentals avail. opts Own Bedroom, Furnished*, $150

Main BookstoreHub able. Call 371-8100. 8.19-4.2 + 1/4/ utll, neg0-904-862-1681. or t.

5 Roommates '.'''' Customer Service Desk 336-6732**** 7-5-4-4
:. 2 bedroom house w/porch, ac/heat, no
6 For Sate :::/ M. F 8 am 4:30 pm In The Pines
dogs. $395/mo 1948 N W. 31 Ave, G'ville Sublease for summer B own bdrm In

7 Real Estate : '. Reitz Union, Cashier's Office Spacious 1 1,243 Bedroom 4959024. 6-19-4-2 2bdrm/1/ Brandywine apt fully furnished
:.: Apartment & Townhouses
M.F 9 am 0 pm $230 or best offer call 374-6959. 6-21-2-
8 Motorcycles : .':' Sat & Sun Closed Convenient to UF/Shands GRAD STUDENTS 3 bdrm 1 bath house 6 4
2 pools, tennis crt, weight room, blcks from Unlv $650 mo call Kevin 376-

9 Autos .:' Medical Bookstore, ShandsM sauna, 2 laundry rooms. 5242 after 5pm 3773852. 7-5-6-2 Sublet Colonial Manor (rm 119)) 1218 SW

10 Wanted :::." F, Sam. 4.30 pm Ask about 3 bdr specials $400 off 2nd Ave ibd/lba/ turn exc. location. July

'. 373-3371 A 2 br., 2 blks to Norman Hall, vaulted only $210 nego.. Call 373-3609 before
11 Services,. By Mail: 205 SE 16th Ave. ceilings, Ig. bedrooms, some util. paid, no 8:30: am after 6:30 pm. 7-5-4-4

Use forms, appearing weeklyin 1/2 mile east of Main St. pets, $250, 373-8022 6-2J-4-2
12 Services
? Typing the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by M-F9-6, Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4 5 ROOMMATES
mail MC 8-20-25-2 Country living near 34 St. Plaza, 2 BR
13 Help Wanted VISA or checks only.
duplex, window coverings, air, pets ok.

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance Avail. July 1. $275 Responsible n/s fem needed for own br &
ba In new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home, security
UF 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher
Payment by VISA or Mastercard to
15 Personals .< ONLY. Five dollar minimum. cent. air. Office: 411 NW 15th St. Phoenix upstairs apt, carpet, mini's, hook sys, quiet are*. Avail fall, rent neg.
dishwasher. Clean I $350 3355240. 6-19-11-5
3717777. 7125.2 ups
16 Connections' '.:. M. F 8.30.4 pm.

... SUGARFOOT OAKS Incredible bargain. F rmmt needed for 4 bd/2 ba furn condo
Available SW 2bdr ceiling
17 Notices ': .; now, : apt porch,
o How to correct fans, dishwasher, cent H/A, near bus, 2 BR/1 1/2/ BA, breakfast bar, dishwasher, by Oaks Mall Wash/dry/ security system.

18 Rides :. ;. $375, Including water, 373-0701. 6-19- hook-ups, some utilities paid. .$325 $200/mo & split electricity. 3354298. 6-
: cancel your ad: 10.2 19-10-5
Pets. ..:.. : SW Townhouse, 3 BR/1 1/2 BA, washer-

20 ..Lost & Found Cancellations: A clean 2br ideal for couples/serious stu dryer, carpet, drapes, spotless. $460 Roommates Wanted utilities.Now to split $350/mo Included .
duplex plus Washer/dryer
'. dents. $290/mo Incl) water & garbage
:: Call 373 FIND Mon. Frl, 8.4.
pm. 3328718. 2243 SW 70 Terr. No
SOUTHWOOD Like new spacious 2 BR/
4013 NW 12th Terr. Apt. 6. Call 378-7458
No refunds can be given. or 3788683. 6-19-8-2 1 1/2/ BA, deck with fence, hook-ups. $400 pets. 6-21-7-5

Alligator errors: The Gardens) m/f for 2bd/2 1/2 ba
D When will ad ?
your run Lg 2bdr/1 ba apt, ac, laundry, ceiling fan, KEY MANAGEMENT
Check ad the FIRST it furn w/d sfcc/uf t
your day runs. twnhse, pool, near ,
$340 avail.
$325/mo w/new
carpet now
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before $185/mo + 1/2 utll. Now-Aug 15. Michelle -
& Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 375.7988. 372.3060
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 332-3896. 6-19-5-5
Classifieds will begin TWO 7-5-4-2
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected SUBLET Summer B Furnished Apt. own
Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth, just 3 blks N of
Attractive & clean apartments, close to UF, 1/2 utilities $225.50 mo. Brandywine
Ads mailed in the ads will be extended
at one day
or placed UF very, very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College .
avail Aug. 15. 1 yrlea. + dep. No dogs, Apartments 374-4925. 6-195-5
Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after Park Properties. 371.7777 7-12-5-2 4959024.
the ad. Changes called In after Available 4 brl 2 bth
placing now, House/duplex ,
THREE apPear. Ads F/N/S for own room In 2b/1/ 1/2 ba apt. In
days to the first! day will not be compensated. 1 1/2 mite south of UF, trees, fireplace, 1 BR 225.00 9 blox to campus. Big 2 BR NW area. Loft w/laundry/ room nearby.

may run for any length of time central heat/air/ $600/mo. Call 376-6183 Duck Pond 300.00. Furn studio 200.00. 2 Call 372-9502 after 6 PM. $160/month./

and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes: leave message. 6-21-5-2 BR 3 blox to campus 295.00. Students

Corrections must be made In person at only. 373-5663 8 to 6. 7-3-4-2
Sorry, but there can be no refunds MOVE-IN SPECIAL
The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. $199 F N/S grad/prof. student needed to share
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction f fee. Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom, Pool, Tennis, Oasis Apt. 2bdr twnhse $242.50/mo/ 1/2 util. Call

Sauna, Gym and more. near Archer & SW 34th St. Beth 372-9389 6-19-4-5
STONERIDGE APT. 1 and 2 Bedrooms No dogs
3800 SW 34th St. 375.1121 From $350.00 month 377-3149 7-31-12-2 2 Rooms available In Ig 3bd/2ba apt.

Offer valid to qualified application only Close to campus) Neg. Call 373-6187

FOR RENT: FOR RENT: FURN. 8.20.19-2 Name your price In the Poloo: own bdr after 4. Avail. Summer B. 6-19-4-5

w/pvt. bath; microwave, d/w/ ,wash/dry/ 1/3/
1 FURNISHEDBdr Room for rent summer B, Oxford Manor, BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS utilities. Will take best offer. 335-4149 Iv Rmmt wanted for fall, brand new apts.,
downstairs bedroom, fully furnished, 160 1 & 2 bdr. by UF, College View Apt. '1105 msg. 7-17-8-2 Greenwich Green own room for
month. Call Laura 377-9909. 6-19-1-1 NW 3rd Ave. 371-7777.6-21.6.2
$2l6/mo., all ammenities, free cable &
kill living rm privlledge, most util. pd.,
summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane; water, Karen 335-2676' 7-19-11-5

1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply// Info 372-2284/ FOR RENT: 1 bedroom 1 bath apt. Walking bicyclingto See UF from private balcony, newly reno
3714243. 8-20-25-1 UF Shands VA. $240 monthly formerly vated 1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. 371- Hawaiian Village, F roommate needed for

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Holiday Garden Apt. Call 3388852. 7-12- 7777 7-12-5-2 fall, 3bd/2ba, $140/month, own room,

Private entrance, nice br, kitchen & livingrm. 7-2 3784805. Ask for Michelle or Debbie.

prlviledgei, most utll. paid, summer to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, SUBLEASE:
$145 fall $165/mo. 3722284. 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. Avail. Aug.: 1-bd apia, fans, walk-in ;t-
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 'closet, cent. air; 1 @ $275; 1 w/securlty 4 HOUSE/APT. M/F/ NS rmmt. wanted fully furn Penthouse -

1 bdr In a 3 bdr house, $160/mo + utll. Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 8-20-25- system, $285, both Incl. water. 373-0701, w/jacuzzl, pooltable, private elevator
security, etc. $300 + 1/3 util call:
3758329. 7-3-4-1 2 8-7-14-2 Summer B option for Fall: own bed- 3784252. 62155Wanted

room In nice house In NW ar... Wood
3 blocks from law school nice neighbor Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet Avail. Aug., 2-bed apts. SW: 3 fans, cent, floor, ceiling fans, huge yard, 10 mln N/S M share Master bdrm and
hood for serious students, $180, no pets. washer/dryer/ available In most units for air,,; flat: $375, incl. water; twh: 1 1/2/ ba, 1/4 utll. Call 378- : to
walk to UF. $156 + 1/4 utll in furnished 3 bdr/3ba condo in
335-2832 or 378.8378. 7-5-5-1 $20 mo. Cats Allowed. I B-2B, 1 A 2 Bath dw, wd, 2 screen porches, t385. 373- 8894. 6-19-4-4
Rockwood Villas. $145/mo. 335.8242.
$250-$350, sec Imr 3/2-6422. 8-20- 0701. 8-7-14-2
A huge 1 br. 3 blks to UF library, newly 25.2 Sublet a room, Wmdmeadows Apt. Summer 6-21-5-5
painted, much privacy, no pets, $195. Avail. now, 2-bd apt, SW: dishwasher, 3
1/4/ util. call
B til July 31. $200 mo + A House! F $185 mo. & 1/3/ utilities.
373-8022 6-21-4-1 SPACIOUSONE fans, carpet, central air, porch, storage, on 338-0397.8.21.8-4
Smoke and have dog, We don't caret We
BEDROOM APT. bus, $375. Incl. water 373.0701 8-7-14-2
1 BR 225.00 8 blox to campus. Big 2BR ONLY $263MO.LYONS Sublet starting aug. large 1 bdr 4 blk* need you starting In the fall) Call 373-

Duck Pond 300.00. Furn studio 200.00. APT $175 studio $199 1 BD $225 2 BD from UF, wood floors, upstairs, quiet, 377311 6-21-4-5 a'.
2BR 3 blox to campus 295.00. Students 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 SUMMER SPECIALII!) Get'em while It's $210 call 335-7776 after 5 ask for Tripp.
M/F N/S own room In 4/2/ house.
only 373-5663 8 to 8. 7-3-4-1 8-20-25-2 HOTI Walk to UFI POOL 371-0769. 7-10- -
61954Sublease $160/mo + 1/4 utilities. Pet OK, 1 mile
Walk 3 blocks UF CH/AC Share INCREDIBLE to UF. Call 3785572. Leave message.
own room In 3 bdr/3 ba, Oxford
kit/bath 2 per room $120.125 each Efficiency Apt. 3 bdr/ 1 ba,. fireplace, Ig. family room, Manor, Summer B, $200/mo, turn, across 6-21-4-5

$175-200 Inc' util. Prefer M grad ttu- Starting $185 fenced yard, avail. Aug. $450/mo, no pets. from pool, call 371-1617. .6-19-3-4 Roommate Needed for Summer B. Spyglass
denll. 378-8122 or 378-6652. 7-5-4-1 Starting at $23512/ BedroomMEADOWCREST 373-4838 Iv. message. 7-5-4-2
Apts. Reduced rental rate avail-
Summer B. unfurn master bdr, ba In 3 able. Call Fran at 305-983-5743. 7.5-8-5 f fM p.-
Need N/S F rmmt to share 2BR/2BA/ apt. 378-3988 Cozy 1 bdr. apt., close to campus & the bdr/3/ ba apt. in Wlndmeadows, Phase III,

In Oakbrook for Summer B. Completely 375-3881 mall, $210/mo/ 3800 SW 20 Ave. '8, 373- w/wash/dry, $250/mo 1/2 util. Marcie fall. Small furnished In large
now or
'turn for $110/mo + util.! Call collect 7132. 7-3-3-2
305-822-5403 62144NICE UF entrance bath
home close to w/prlv. ,
(9047887732.) 7-5-4-1 V2 mile to campus. 2 bdr apt., a/c, d/w/ and 1 bedroom 1 block cable, quiet, clean, patio, no pets In non-
hook-ups. Quiet, lots of trees.$350mo. Efficiency apts. SMALL SUITE $225/mo utll. 3782016.
washer/dry/ party atmo. +
2 BEDROOM APT one blk behind Normart 3730129. from campus. $135-$170 per month. Call Carpeted wall to wall, 6-21-2-5
Hall (very close to campus) 378-3932 or Scott CAW Properties 376-2424. Good Bed

481-2188 $285/month. 7-8-4-1. Avallale now House/duplex/ .4 br 2 bth' 1 3722582. 62134F

1/2 mile south of UF,trees, fireplace, central 2 bdr. townhouse Classifieds. .
LAKEWOOD VILLAS unfurn 1bd/1ba In Call 376-6163 1 blk. from campus to chare 2 bdr during Sum B In Mill Run.

a turn 3bd/3ba/ w/d/ female. only $244 leave. htltlalr$800/mo.m.... 1. 1.5-2 $350/mo Good deal on rent. Call 336-4455. 6-21- Continued on next page.
mo utll i phone/ Avail Immed 335- Call Rich 376-0743 eves. 7-10-5-2 3.4 I
4694. 7-5-4-1

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5-speed leisure bike: ladles style w/frt
Summer B for Queen waterbed bookcase head 6 IMMEDIATELY!! Entire
needed only big MUST SELL U-lock Inc. Has
N/S wanted to share quiet 2BR/1 BA apt basket, book rack, & new
shuttered house of drawer sheets, $150 obo. Entertainment headboard full), 2-dr
orange & blue corner for Summer B w/optlon for fall/spring pedestal wood bdr. set: ( tires ft seat. $70 obo. Call 372-8560
Archer & 13 St across from UF fully center, $50. 19' RCA color nightstand, 4-dr. desk w/chair./ Ig. 5dr. 8-I 9-5-8
$150/mo Karen
+ 1/2 util. Call Jean at 372- ( )
furnished utilities Included washer/dryer 9283. 6-19-3-5 TV $100. 335-6143. 6-19-5-6 dresser, full size box spring w/mattress,
$225. Scott 3359768. 6-21-3-5 I black kitchen tbl. w/4 chairs glass coffee LAPTOP COMPUTER

LAURELS: Rmmt needed for fall, own 2 pc. sofa-set, $180, 2 On size waterbeds, table, black tv stand wglass/ doors, 8 pc. TANDY HOOF '
M/F ns, own room In 3 bdr/2/ ba seml-lurn bd/ba in 3bd/ba, brand new Call Nat- $150/ea 2 desks $90/e. chest, $75 adj. gray couch. Call All 335-5747. 6-21- 640K Deskmate $495
house, $150/mo + 1/3 util. Pets neg. Fall apt. nightstand, $45, all good shape, all $ Neg 4-6
alie 336-0959. 6-21-4-6
at 8214.5 335-5396
option, 338-1858. 7-3-4-5 call 335-0355, Please leave message. 8-

Fall/spr./ 1 net' upper div or grad. for own 19-5-6 3 mo. old Queen waterbed w/sheets/ and Bike Nlshlkl Trl A Equip 1 yr. old
Rockwood Villas 1/2 f n/s rmmts for fall. bed/bath In fully turn 2/2 condo in Bran- comforter, $165 obo. Call 335-4987. 7- Shlmano 600 components perfect cond.
Mostly turn w/d. $140/mo + 1/4 util. small kiln 550 degrees max. Great for
dywme. 9 or 12 mon lease. $275 mon + 12-6-8 $500. Call Gerry 338-4095 or 373-7749.
shared, $270/mo + 1/3/ util. own' rm. 378- Sec. 375-4385. 7-10-5-5 limo and copper enamel $95. 48" scan 7-3-5-6 .
4848. design desk ft comp shelf $80. 63x31 Sofa, loveseat, and chair For sale. $150
shelf/desk/drawers combo $40. 3727520or obo. Call 3354255. 6-19-3-8
Fun, responsible F/M CD'SI! Only 3 months old. $7 each. Rock
6 FOR SALE 377.1238 to ... 6-19-5-6
rmml for own br/ba in 3 br new phase apt. Car speaker box ml 2-15 bumpers $199. and Rap. Call 3766611. 7-3-5-6

for fall & spring. Call 3366942. STAY COOL with a great airconditioner.Quiet Sansul 150 watt amp $149. New Yamaha
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk ATB Blk.llk. new. Sacrifice. Call Laurie
20,000 BTUs. $150 OBO. Call 35x2 $149. Call 336-1128. 6-21-4-8
N/S neat studious m/f student to share 2 drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters.! 3737150. 6-19-5-6 332-0940. 7-3-5-6

bdrm apt near Norman HI $168 + 1/2 ut. Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 MOPED for sale 1987 Tomos Low miles
Perfect for Must selll Sofa, loveseat, bed, dining set,
avail. now. Matt at 377-0585 or 371- yrs. small typesetting jobs.
Q-sofabed, oak dresser (both In perfect great condition new parts also dresser set
Good machine for small wall unit and more. Call 377-3443. Keep
shop. System -
2294. 6-19-2-5 type condition.) Also 219" color TVs; portable for sale prices negotiable call 3761229.
RC film font I 6-19-2-6
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. & 6 trying
vacuum. I will negotiate! Jeff 335-6765 6-21-4-6
Oakbrook luxury condo needs 2 to 4 students disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at 6-19-4-6
373-9926 for Info. Trek racing bikes condition, one 400
$175/person/ share or $300 pvt. more TENNIS Racket stringing.'Also 2 Prince great
bdrm: 10 mo. lease ok; walk to UF call Trek 8000 ALUMINUM MTN BIKE MINT Graphite 90 Series, 1 Wilson Pro Staff series $235; one 300 series $200. Call
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 335-3787. 6-21-3-6
375 6394, 7-5-5-5
PERFECT condition 1990 MODEL $150 each. Call Steve at 3322484. 6-
brands all New Location! Car
are at our
DEORE DX Lots of Extras MUST SEE
Students Reserve your room for summer Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- MUST SELL 371.7457 $600 OBO. 6-21- SAN DIEGO R/T $1201 June 26th Aug
2070. 6-20-25-6 10th or 1way. Jen .3354353.. HURRYI
and fall Treehouse Village turn or un-furn 4-6 MOVING MUST SELLII Matching beige
2 bfl/2/ ba w/d/ incl. 170-275 MZ Property
3781148Editor' sofa, loveseat & chr. grt. cond; 25' color Custom-made bar w/2/ barstools, excellent
Mgmt Inc. 375-0207 MICRO CENTER/ Computers Harman Kardon receiver 30 WPC $150,
tv; men's 10 spd. bike call 335.1223.. condition $130. Call 373-6473 Iv.
choice CompuAdd Northgate technics turntable $25, 1960s jukebox
.. Condo** H P. Price same or lower than mail w/many records $600 obo. 3744291. 6- 6-21-4-6 message 6-21-3-8

Upstairs room in 3 BR condo w/vaulted order. Systems below include 1mb, 40mb

ceilings. $229 for 17x12mbrw/ceilingfan ((28ms), graphics monitor, ...
& 2 closets N/S. Prefer very neat grad MC 286/12 $t 195. Packard Bell $1295 I THE MOBILE GoLDfISH I I I by Brett Schroeder I

student. Call Jennifer 372-6844/335-/ MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20/ -
9220. 7-10-6-5 $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd ft battery GK, mTUXXtD K'NW' PWNFW-
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics !ilJJ ( I PERHAPS You SHOUUJ'YE WaEN

Looking for 1 or 2 studious but fun F to monitor $970. & 3 year warranties. $JMPER, I"I I -"I THE GROUND
share 3b/3ba apt w/neat personable M in Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer : WANT METO CLOSER
Polos or sim. apt for fall-Call Chris $185, HP LaserJet lip $1049.3743 W. CATCI4 BEFORE YbUJUTAPED
3726924. 6-19-2-5 University Ave. 6-9-25-6 YEAH. IT'S A
YOU? <500D THa'1G
F N/S/ student seeks rmmt/apt for SummerB FUTON & FRAME ; THA'S vxA'l, WAS

/ Fall. Only F wlo pets. Call Anne From only $200/set. Call AI 373-3127. II l 1 TANK I Icm THEHERE
(3059832141.) Leave message. 6-21-3- 7-3-12-6 jump I TO BREAK


Crimestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Detectors /
BRANDYWINE2 F/N/S/ needed to share Sherwood, Sansul, Sony, Orion, 0O
room next fall, 2 bdr/1 ba, fully (urn-pool, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat I OKAY .
near UF, $170/mo + 1/3 util 373-0024. All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6

7-26-10-5 Handcrafted' wooden blrdfeeders. Different 'cf:) 0
NICE HOUSE central to UF and Santa Fe sizes available. $5 to $15 each. Free
needs one or two roommates, own room, seed with the first two sold. Call J.R. SWUM
share bath 150/mo + 1/3/ utils open Jun between 7 pm and 10 pm 3751935. 6-21-
21 3784585. 7-3-3-5 S-6

M n/s to share furnished master bdrm
Sparrow Condos pool, tennis, clubhouse. 286 COMPUTER O O By Doyle. ft Stairway I
$105/mo + sec ph 332.0451 Gregg 7-10- 12 mhz, 49 MB harddrlve, 3 1/4 and 3 WAlr geuy'5
5-5 1/2 floppy drives 14" VGA color moni-

tor, 1 yr warr, DOS 3.3, Microsoft Work
Responsible F/N/S to share brand new 2 Doe Shot, Only $1795. ELITE 3351300. I O

bd/1 ba now In Pine Ridge. Fully (urn-just 6-21-10-6 BUT I AM voltLONGL05T 1 bwAR9 Fr! ; YOU LE f i UI.OK-
bring your bed. $190 + 1/2, 335-6169 ROfHfRotHERtp. HIM GM HE GIMME
7-5-4-5 Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest ft finest / .' ELY! YVU AWAY! THE EVILEYEiONE
In car audio, cellular ft security. WHEN !
N/S F grad needs rmmt. for Summer in Custom Installation ft repairs. 336-1128. BOTMKK7 NEVER SWEARS AT ME: I ll
furnished NW home. Own bdr/study 621106WORD LOOKED 6O GOOD 4TRANGER!
$100/mo + 1/2 utll. 372-9858 evenings. A DAY IN HIS UPC/

733.5 PERFECT 5.1 ,

N/S F ..rlousstudenl private bdr. In older Student/Faculty/ Price $133
home 2 blks from UF-a/c for Summer B. Call ELITE 3351300. 7-3-10-8 WkwAlika
Call 378-5897 or 378-1292. 7-5.4.5
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control t ,/
F student to share 3 bd/2 ba house any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
w/pool. NW area $195/mo/ + 1/3 utll, demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. me-
I 377-4495. 6-21-2-5 sage. 6-20-21-6 QI

os i rsnc wine..
Roommate Needed In Building A Right Furniture 4 sale. Excellent condition! -
I near the pool. Great location. The Laurels couch, leather chair, coffee table, etc.
.. call Dave at 335-6743. 7545F Call now leave message 335-3780. AFTER NOT A9 SOTWK60A9 MM DSO 01
V' Prices 62178STANLEY 'PHAP f O1HEREP YOU 60MNA W I tY4fSRf

Needed for own bedroom/bath In the negoc. IMtr'ObTERIOR' gL t ,/ ONCE WB COTCH-

LAURELS-Summer B with option for Fall. H. KAPLAN YOU ...XMPOTHEREP f/X NBVB2 NOTICKJ

For info call Robyn 336-0268.. 6-21-2-5 I /AFORE WOW MUCH HS

Own room in townhouse JJ ;THE \V HI9 WONT SOB.N .-
I blk from campus rr
$200/mo.: util. Incl. r > i

Call Rich 376-0743 eves. 7-10-5-5
1W wiro

Cool, liberal f/m for own room in house 2
blocks to uf. $170/mo & 1/3 util. should Z
like smokers, cats & music. 375-1274 aft. "*MVPW

6pm. 6-21-2-5 sued'14evgwoempcw
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share apt In OAKBROOK WALK (n/s, F, K 377-0014

upperclassman) / HERE I 1 19, 6MOOTIN'
376-6635. c.wnw .reCLASSES \ tile WBBZS RAKS9ACKy ME VW a f Y
FOR ALL To / u
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2bd/2ba turn condo. Pool, sauna AT JUNE 19J. EOILEP ALIVE! NMIN..
Jacuzzi more. $160/mo + 1/4 util., 374-

4291 6-21-4-5 .....JUNE 20IE

M/F own room In 4BR house 2 blocks to
campus l45/mo + 1/5 utils. carport, central .JULY SilAT

heat, ale, 336-0597 Iv message. 6-
21-4-5 / JULY 9

..OWN ROOM In' big house.. Wd CAT JULY 10

\ floor, adjoin bthrm, a/c, 8 blks to UF, I i
:pets ok. For B.t jun 25-lug 25. ,'00/mo. s e eV
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Fosgate punch-45 car stereo $145 BARGAIN 1990 Aluminum Mtn. 20 1981 Suzuki GS450L 2 tires,
amp ; Bike new new 1984 Ford Escort condition.
for sale2 bed, 1 1/2/ bath. Phoenix Very good
mix 10' subs 00/pr obo; 2-way home In, 2 months old, 740.00. New, desperate! close to campus, full kitchens, call battery, 8,800 mi., good cond., $700 firm Graduatlngl) MUST SELL! $1500 372-
speakers w/ 10 wools. All in exc.lI.nlcondo BEST OFFER 375.6836. 6-19-1-6 376-0270 6-21-2-8
4621 call after 8 6-21-2-9
Larry or Nina 371-8141 or 1-800-654- pm.
336-3955. 7-3-4-6
Beautiful black lacquer wall unit, qn.' 4544. 6-21-7-7 9 AUTOS 1980 VW rabbit 4 door runs great, new
PING-PONG TABLE waterbed a bdr lit 2 small desks. Must
tires, new clutch, stereo, excellent
2000 home
By owner sq spacious pool
Must sell, In excellent cond. w/net a sell. BO. John at 335-6603 or 335-5924.
1 mile to UF, nice NW area 2816 W. Univ. 1981 Honda Accord LX mileage, must sell I'm graduating. $800
dles. $75 or BO 6-21-2-6 front damaged, _
3356627. 7-3-4-6 Ave. 83000. Appt to see call 376-6183 good for parts 11 Call for Info at 3744762.. Obo 3729584. 6-21-2-9

Must sell to pay for car repair. Pioneer. leave message. 6-21-6-7 Evenings after 9 pm,afternoons b/w 12-3. ACURA INTEGRA CAR COVER 'from
**FURNITURE** amp, tuner, eq. reverb amp, processor. 6-21-S-9
Treehouse Village. Like-new 2 BR 2 BA Acura dealer. Like newl W/chaln & storage
Good quality, already cheap prices n.g. Scott-dual c.... 495-2670 79pm. condo. Fully turn, bus to Univ. $59,900. bag. $85 OBO. 3359764.
Monte Carlo SS 1983
Call 335-4329 or 3359800. 6-21-3-6 300.00 7-3-3-6 must see
Marie 377-8899. Watson Realty Corp. 7- $2500.00Full
AMC JEEP CJ7 Renegade 1980 two
FISHTANK: 39 gal salt H20 Incl: stand For Sale: Grey padded waterbed $175 size washer Dryer $200.00 tops, new clutch, brakes and tires, others.
(liter, pump, gravel, coral, heater light. also 17ft. boat with Merc. 115 runs great. 8 MOTORCYCLES 'OBO call 336-0289 6-21-5-9 Runs great. $2500 obo. Call Jeff 395-
Asking $150. Also have coffee table and 2000. Cal Alan at 336-6373. 7-5-4-6 7100. 7-10-5-9
end table $150 both, papasan $40, 2 day GS450GA 1982 Suzuki motorcycleGreat 1972 VW Beetle 41K ml new eng Great
bed/couches both $150. 335-5065. 6- TICKET TO N.Y. shapelow miles mech. cond. Recorded all repairs since
21-3-6 Roundtrip from Gainesville Like new- many extras '83. Need to sell $900 call 3327392. 10 WANTEDLocal
July 13-15 $150 $1400 Call 377-7543 6-22-78 6-19-3-9
Red ten speed. Great condition, almost Call 371.188711eIVe a message 7-10-5-6 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
new. Asking $200 neg. Call Christina Orange and Blue Insurance now covers 1988 Toyota Camry LE a/c, alloy wheels, Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine
3712022. 6-19-2-6 One way airline ticket to Miami motorcycles! Low rates, low payments, Chapman security sys, 33K hwy miles, Jewelry 3739243. 82025.10
Cost $65 great price safe rider discounts, fast drive-thru service 115000. 395-9161. 6-21-4-9
Must sell I Queen sofa bed, large framed Phone Hugh 372-9322 3772277. 6-21-9-6 Wanted: CarsTrucksFor
paintings. Earth tones. Prices neg. 378- Best time 12 pm or 5.30pm: 6-19-1-6 1985 Chevy Spectrum, very clean runs Salvage' running/not/ running, >
7470. 6-21-2-6 1986 Kawasaki KE100 1 Enduro, perfect for goodS spd, stereo, a/c, tinted windows wrecked, etc. 371.1578.
5 black & chrome table chairs. $5 each campus parking, runs great, w/helmet, $2700 neg. Call 336S6223352716/ We Buy and More. 8915.10
FULL ft TWIN BEDS $20 set. Call 373-7470 leave message. $500 080. 336-9557 6-19-5-8 leave message. 7-5-5-9
box spring & mattress Want to sublet a 2 bdr furnished apt, or 2
MUST SELL! 84 PONT FIERO- Blk, 4 sunroof,
$50 each cash 1983 Kawasaki 750 LTD like new condition sp. bdr furnished house for the month of Aug.
call anytime 373-01881t1v. mes 6-21-2- Fish tank, queen size bed, 2 desks, bookshelf low miles, garage kept, $1800, call power, cruise good cond. Great sportscar. Call Dr. Loltsson 462-1210. 8192.10
6 coffee table & misc. Dirt cheap! 377-8536 alter 6 pm. 7-3-6-8 Call 335-4044 alter' 5 or Ive mssg.
335-6832. 6-21-2-6 6-21-3-9 Wanted: Billy Joel tickets for July 7 in
MUST SELL! sofabed lamp, endtable, Red Honda Spree '87 + helmet good condition Orlando. Please call 3351474. 6-19-2-
19" color tv w/stand, full bed, nightstand, Ping-pong tbl, pool/game tbl, end Ibis, coffee $600 obo. Willing to negotiate! CHEVY LAGUNA 76
headboard all neg. $. Call 335-6607. 6- tbl, dining tbl with pews, queen Call 336-0567 Leave Message. 6-21-5-8 MANY NEW PARTS (CARB TIRES) What are you gonna do with all that junk?
21-2-6 waterbed wall xtras, Victorian couch & $500 Sell It In the Classifieds, You can place an
chair. All are solid wood & beautiful! SCOOTER FOR SALE. Excellent cond. CALL FOR DETAILS 373-4448. 6-21-2- ad In our For Sale section for as little as
Furniture for sale. Sleeper sofa, wall Leave message 3357473. 6-21-2-6 up to 40 mph. 88 Honda Elite 50, helmet 9 four dollars!
units, kitchen table, waterbeds, coffee tables & manual for only $600. Call 3369422.
etc. Excellent condition. Call 336- For sale: couch, loveseat dining room 85 Toyota 4x4 In good condition, many Classifieds.
6936. 6-21-2-6 table, & chair GREAT CONDITION Honda Spree scooter for sale. Great Condition extras, $7000 obo 374-8979 ask for
Steve. 6-21-2-9 Continued on next
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Must have Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Getor. Great
Mini storage at 1.75 ft NW 39th Ave Processing Typing, Bkkping A Notary drivers-restaurant. The
rx sunglasses. Optical
near Oaks Mall area, 5.5 to 10x20 from Grad school exp Prof quality 15 PASTE-UP ARTISTSNow own auto & ins. Apply In person. El Toro prices-reg Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave I

$20, 10% disc. to students 3328917. 8- yrs exp Spelling ckd. NW section accepting applications for paste-up To Go 1203 SW 18 Ave. 6-19-2-13 block from Ala Gen. 82025.15
20-25-11 Dawn 332-3913. 8-20-25.12 artists for Alligator Advertising Good experience
for graphics/advertlsmg/art majors BALLS Is looking for an exp cook to work

TYPING- Near Butler Plaza. Fast, accurate or others with similar interest day shifts Apply In person 1718 W Univ Natural Foods.and Vitamins

BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS service. Call 3730134. 8202512. Experience preferred, but will tram qualified Ave upstairs 336-1 I 111. Blrkenstock Health Sandals.Sunflower Foods

applicants Flexible hours. Depend
87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable ability an absolute must. Interviews will
1233 NW 10th Ave GIRLS WANTED 8-20-25-15
service. Masters in English will check begin July 12; you must be available for
372-1664 From Jacksonville & surrounding areas,
spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 8-9- training July 19Aug. 8, and be able to
MC/VISA/lnsurance between the ages of 9-19, to compete In PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate
24-12 work over break Aug. 17-23. out an
this Miss Pre-Teen Jr Teen & results from reliable
Free Pregnancy Test year's test a source -
application at 1105 W. Univ. Ave, 9-4 pm.
Member Teen 1990 Jacksonville Pageants. Over PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8-
Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near No phone calls, please AA/EOE.
In A scholarships including
National Abortion Federation $15,000.00 prizes 20-25-15
Dependable, quality service.
20-25-11 I an all expense paid trip to Nationals
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol AVON 375.8987
373-4464 7-5-11-12 Sell Avon Full or Part-time We Train. in Orlando, Fl. Call for Information, NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Benefits Insurance. 8-20-25-13 1-800-345-2330 ext. 2111. 7-5-7-13 Get special student discounts on exams

Get confidential testing and treatment at We Beat Everybody's PricelllResumeiALettersAReports and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8- HOOD. 377-0881 8-20-25-15
20-25-11 Alachua Word Processing EARN $35This EASY WORKI Assemble products at Removal

3765465.. A A Established since 1985 week + $110 this month new donars home. ((904)) 686-3634 .xt. 4110. 8.I 9- Permanent Hair
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
** GATOR MOVING ** 8-20-21-12 with this coupon. Study while you donateor 1-13 Info about the PERMANENT removal of
Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1.itemHse watch videos Free Parking. Gainesville .
facial & hair. 374-4307
.. Full. Days/Eves. Long dis, ...RESUMES*** Blood Plasma Center. Est. 1969. unwanted 8-20-25-15 body

Llc/lns Harry/Bill 374-4791. 8-20-25-11 Complete writing & development services 238 SW 4th Ave.-.378.9431. M-Th 8-7 BUSINESS

Resume House 371-8148. 8-9- Frl 8-5 Sat 82. 8-20-25.13
For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
boarding woodser facilities A Need 15 bucks 372.1228.21' W. Univ. Ave.-next to Cen-
hay rides parties sales working *ACE WORDPROCESSING* terminals & pc's, buy, sell, tral City. 8-20-25-15

students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080. Resumes, term papers, dissertations, trade, rent & repair.Great prices, QUALITY

82025-11 I legal, technical. 335-7084 7-5-10-12 relaxt today Yo2ck CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 8-20- SAVE ON RAYBANS

An easy, up cashall 25.14
University Opticians
Horse Creek Farms
Boarding Rocky
Typing/Wordprocessmg WordPerfect
that's required Is a plasma donation. We
Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2/ miles N or 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, pay $15 for your 1st 4 donations & special Independent Distributors wanted with opportunity 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480

Highway Patrol 462-5127, 462-4311. 8- dependable, personal service. Tara 332- bonuses enabling you to earn up to $115 for advancement to area, regional 8-20-25-15

20-22-11 I 1469. 820-19-12 a month. Come in today! and national director positions,
Alpha Plasma Centers Fantastic Income opportunity for motivated Free Membership to Let's Get Physical

*SUNBELT MOVING* Typing and Wordprocessing-legal, ter- 9 SW 1st St. Individuals! Our goal is to put gold when you sign a yrs lease at the Frederick

Professional & mpapers, etc. Professional quality and Gainesville 378-9204 back In the hands of the American people. Garden Apt. Come by and see us
Moving/Packing Supplies
1- Item -House full Local/Lng dlst reliable service. Call Nancy, 372-2750. 8-20-23-13 Our commitment Is to help you get your _We have 1 bdr apts. available now starting
131.13.12$1page share! For mor.inlo call 904-665-9077 or at $300. Stop by we're close to campusat
Lie/Ins Priced for Students! Marty 375-
FRESHMEN/HEALTH MAJORS Live-In 338-5088, and ask for Mark. 6-21-4-14 1130 SW 18 Ave or call us at 372.7555.
MOVE. 82021.11 accurate, fast, reliable. Graduate Attendent needed. Call Lisa at 378-7474
school approved, 11 years exp. Mary.
I will do your library research for you. M.F,8-5. 7.10-11.13
372-0706. 6-21-2-12
((813)831-7549) PO Box 320932 Tampa Fl.
33679 7-19-12-11 I Part time, sell Gator Lager Beer t-shirts, DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
TREE CITY CONCEPTSAn tanks, & gift Items. Call collect for cata-

ONE STOP DENTISTRY Innovative alternative Word processing log & Income details. Mr. Burrer, 407-423- by Trude Michel Jaffe
laser print, good rates. Custom serv. BEER. 6-19-5-13
Accepting new pts, emerg. adult cleaning avail. Mary 475-5342 8-20-17-12 ACROSS 3 Nicholas, for 34 Seaweed, e.g. 45 West or East
$30, child $20
wisd tee $350 wisd. tee $275 Church nursery worker for Wed. night and 1 First four of 26 one 35 Bar barrier, at ender
((4)) ((3))
((2)) wisd. tee $225. Typing, Typsetting, Resumes Sun. About lOhrs/week, $4/hr. Apply at 5 Cross without a 4 Secretary times 46 Poplar

Nitrous oxide. Accepting MC, V, AE From $1.50 pg 917 NW 13 St. Parkview Baptist Church, 3403 NW 13 bridge 5 Gambling game 37 Maple genus 47 Gables, Fla.

Must bring coupon, up to ((4)) people WCS Inc. 373-9822 St., G'ville. 6-19-4-13 9 Marine or plane 6 Vividly hued fish 38 With 48 Sprightly

.H.T. Gonsoulin, DDS 372.9521 6-21-5- 82015.12 lead-in 7 Took the wraps perspicacity 52 High ground

11 One position for Resident Managerin 13 Tears down
Word Processing Term papers & reports open off 39 Short length 53 Weight
the Div. of Hou. Position to August
only* Spelling checked Discountsfor 15 Parrot 8 Like some runs measure allowance
1. Village
Serving UF since 1977 neat rough draft Call Pamela 373- 216 apts. Administrative & communitydev. 18 Imposes 9 Unflappable 41 Wholehearted ,54 Sound from a

Most insurance accepted 3012. 621-2-12 responsibilities. Part time position 17 Disconcert poise 42 She modelled den

2 blocks 'from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. for full time UF student. $7020/12 mos. 18 Shade of blue 10 All one can Quant's 55 Affluence

Dr Steven Schargel 13 HELP WANTEDCITY plus apt. at $50/mo. (utilities not included 19 Comic Costello have miniskirts 56 Tolkien treeset

373-7070 ). Deadline for completed application al. 11 Driving 43 Prevention units 58 "- the land of

8-20-21-11 I OF GAINESVILLE July 3. Applications at Div. of Hou., 20 With 51 Across maneuver 44 "- perfect! the free..."

Human Resources Dept. 306 NE 6th Ave. corner of Museum Rd. & SW 13th St. misdirect one's 12 Plus

NAILS NAILS NAILS We are closed Wed from 8am-12pm, 6-21-4-13 efforts 14 Sidetracks ANSWER TO :

Full Manicures Sets Acrylic 8.00.or Call Gels June with Tips or Teresa 22.95. June 12-30. Head Lifeguard $4.95/hr/ 22 Dame 21 Money player 'W I D A B
3782200. 7-3-5-11 temp p-t; Lifeguard $3.80/hr temp p-t; 23 FDR's Blue 22 Designate 7 1 0 E I R A
Swim Instructor $3.85/hr temp p-t. French Addiction
Please call 374-2099 for further details. Eagle org. 25 Slump or dump 'f re T T U I rE S

TYPING 6-19-1-13 fKf Lingerie Boutique 24 Immovable 26 Take, at the- E N T ERA. MAL L A R D S
26 Take chance "
arena RIP ERE A. T A. .
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PRODUCTS AT HOME. CALL 32 Granular snow pullers eRE AM. P

WRITE, WE TYPE FOR INFORMATION. 504-641-8003 819W"Unlv. 'Ave. 373.6628 33 Shake' 28 Geese, inGrenoble S A E L B R S A .1 Z A 1

Business Legal Personal Reports EXT. 3115. 8.1g.113la 36 Abound N C R M E H Y .PlIS I A

Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. e 37 Script word 29 Einstein's E E c. ADO. ERN 1 S

G'ville Handicapped Typing CINEMA M1 DRAFTHOUSEWilD 39 Grand Canyon birthplace E 0 I S N E M B R 0 I L .

8-20-25-12 378-7179. transport 30 Santa .AM TII.BAAL. .

ORCHID (R) 40 Mr. Pulver's 33 Month for awedding ALT E R 111 I S T A-IT U S

Typing reports business F129H rank COO SeA L LOP.l N 1

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Alligator Writer for the shadyBaseball

ORLANDO -There were two halves of
play scheduled for the annual FloridaGeorgia has come a long, long way
All Star high-school football game Sat- since the first recorded game took placeon
urday night in the Citrus Bowl. Florida this day 144 years ago in Hoboken,
apparently forgot about the second one, New Jersey.
losing to Georgia 24-16. Today's national pastime used to be a
The Florida squad, led by quarterbackand game for only the roguest of characters,
UF recruit Terry Dean, dominated the a game Ty Cobb's father urged his son to
first half, holding Georgia scoreless in the forsake for a career in a more respectable
first 24 minutes of play while racking up 16

points. field.Young Cobb instead chose the baseball
Yet Georgia won the game, scoring all of field, earning fame as the sport's most
its 24 points in the final two quarters. r prolific hitter and base stealer of all-time,
Two of UFs four recruits participating records since broken by a white, Pete
contributed to Florida's two touchdowns. Rose and a black, Lou Brock.
Tailback Kedra Malone, of Niceville Which brings us to baseball's most
High, ran two yards up the middle with 4:26to : significant transformation integration.
go in the first quarter to cap Florida's

opening drive. Gregg Doyel
With 5:17: to go in the half, Dean lofteda
17-yard touch pass to University of Geor- t agPhewt ? BLEACHER
gia recruit Eric Smith to make it 13-0. BUM
Florida added a field goal with four sec- 41
onds to go in the second quarter to take a Blacks had been effectively kept out of
16-0 lead into the locker room. the major leagues for the first half of the
And, essentially, the game was over. century, thanks to Hall of Famer Cap
Florida finished with 221 total yards of- Anson. Near the turn of the century,
fense only 25 of which came in the Anson refused to let his team play on the
second half. Florida also committed three same field with -a black man, and the
second-half turnovers and converted one- powers that were agreed.
of-five third-down conversions in the sec- Until 1946. Brooklyn Dodgers Presi-
ond half, compared to four-of-four in the dent Branch Rickey decided a black man
first half. could play as well as a white, and signed
Dean completed three-of-five passes in Y Negro League player Jackie Robinson.
the first half for 51 yards and one touch- After a year at Montreal, the Dodgers'top
down, but managed to connect on just farm club, Robinson debuted in 1947.
two-of-seven attempts for nine yards and The next 10-15 years were rocky, but
one interception in the second half. Robinson's toughness and ability to turn
Malone said he was disappointed he the other cheek led to the end of segre-
didn't get to see much playing time after gation.
his touchdown in the first quarter."I Baseball has suffered its share of black
felt good running the ball in the first eyes over the years, the blackest perhaps
half,"Malone said. "I don't even know what being the treatment ,of. its all-time hit
happened after that,I was ready to go. (The leader, Rose.
coaches) just didn't give me the opportu-
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR So he had a gambling problem. Never
nity. Recruit Terry Dean and the Florida squad opened a 16-0 halftime lead before falling has it been proven that Rose bet on base-
Malone rushed for 20 yards on 4 carries to Georgia 24-16 In the Florida-Georgia All Star game. ball games.
and touchdown in the first but
one quarter,
only touched the ball four more times, had two tackles. fine now,and can be much better,"Spurriersaid. Now there's talk that Rose's off-field
ending-the game with eight carries for 25 Dean said he's looking forward to gettingup "Potentially, he can be very good."" problems chances. will hurt his Hall of Fame
yards. to Gainesville and playing under UF
The holder of the game's most cher-
UF's other two recruits, Bradenton High head coach Steve Spurrier. "I'm ready to go in and learn the offense, ished record not join Cobb,Ruth,etc.
fullback Chris Bilkie and safety Eddie Lake "He's a great coach and he has a terrific get myself ready to go and try and show in the Hall? Ridiculous.may While they're at
of Tarpon Springs, saw limited playing offense," Dean said. "And I think he can the coaches what I can do," said Malone, it, why not Mickey Mantle and
,. time. Bilkie, used sparingly after the first make it work (at UF)."" the state weight-lifting champion in the Willie Mays,remove too. Both worked the door
half, ran the ball twice for one yard. Lake Said Spurrier.:"Dean's throwing ability is 181-pound division.! of Atlantic City casinos.

Let's keep out Jose Canseco-pre-ma-
I ture, perhaps, but a near lock for the Hall
Ross completes coaching staff, signs recruit barring darn fast.injury. because he drives too
UF women's basketball coach Carol Ross at Greene County High. She _was anAllDistrict Barron said Sunday he will take the head I The Black Sox scandal of 1919 is prob-
has added two assistants and a player from selection and MVP of her high school men's job at FSU. ably too ancient history for everyone to
Mississippi to the program in the past week. team. Barron, who followed head coach Andy' grasp its significance.<<;. Imagine charges
Ross, a former assistant at Auburn, filled Arendt wins pro title Brandi from the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy .' that 1988 World Series hero Kirk Gibson
., her staff with Auburn graduate assistant Mike UF's Nicole Arendt, a finalist at the 1990 ,to UF in 1984, starts August 1. did his best to throw the Series,the equiv-
Pauley and former USF player Joi Williams. NCAA Championship,won the USTA$10,000 alent of the 1919 attack on'Joe Jackson,
Ross also signed Inez Bolton to a letter of singles title Sunday at the Harbor Hills Golf Freshman UF,forward Stacey Poolunderwent e! who led both teams with a .375 average.
intent. and Country Club.The six-time Ail-American surgery last week to repair an i and committed no errors. Jackson and
beat South Africa's Kim Barry 6-2,6-1 in the injured knee suffered in a pick-up game. UF: seven other Chicago White Sox players
basketball coach Lon: Kruger said he expects i were accused of throwing the Series.
final.Arendt Poole to start running in August or Septeber. Then-Commissioner Kennesaw Moun-
also won the doubles title
.AROUND teaming ... UF recruit Joe Ayrault signed with i tain Landis banned.Jackson) one of the
SPORTSWilliams with future Lady Gator Kim Louthian. '
the,Atlanta Braves last week. Ayrault i game's great hitters, from the sport des -
Everett wins Mobil 800 Atlanta's fifth-round selection of the free spite a jury finding Jackson not guilty of
a four-year starter for the Lady UF senior Mark Everett, the NCAA 800- ,agent draft earlier this month.. UF golfers i any wrongdoing.
Bulls, graduated from USF in 1988. Pauley meter champion, held off SEC rival George Chris DiMarco and Dudley Hart were! Yet through years of player-strikes,
coordinated recruiting during his two yearsat Kersh to win the Mobil Outdoor 800 Sundayin named, first-team All-Amerlcans by_the Got;f f scandals and rumors, fans continue to
Auburn and was responsible for strength 1:45.01.: UFs Dion Bentley was fifth in- the Coaches Association of America last week come to the ballpark in droves, littleI
.. ...and conditioning. long jump. Pat Bates was a third-team selection, an I leagues flourish and players command fat
-* Bolton, a Sfoot-9 forward, averaged 21.8 FSU hires UF assistant Jeff Barlow. was an honorablementionchoice. i salaries. '
points and 12.4 rebounds during her career UF women's tennis assistant coach David And Wrigley Field has lights.

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