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Jens Peter Hansen was insane Sept.
1 the day UF pathology professor
Arthur Kimura was murdered-three
local doctors testified Wednesday in
the former UF graduate student's trial.
The doctors all said Hansen,42,was t
suffering from a paranoid delusional
); : disorder,a mental disease that affected
-: his perception of reality.
.- Clinical psychologist Warren Rice,
appointed by the court to examine Han-
sen,told jurors Hansen felt persecutedby s
Kimura.
"He felt his entire history in graduate -
school was almost like a bad
dream," Rice said.
i
Kimura, 41, was chairman of
Hansen's supervisory committee, the
group of professors that told Hansen
J. Aug. 9 he would not be able to receivehis
doctorate because he had not com
pleted his research the way they had
asked him to.
As evidence of Hansen's disorder,
Rice said Hansen was not upset after
: the meeting,and in fact thought it went
:", well.
11 Pathology professor Edward Wake-
land, a member of Hansen's committee
':. testified Tuesday that Hansen was ROBY PAGE-ALLIGATOR
;, denied his degree because he ignoredhis Former UF graduate student Jens Peter Hansen, left, confers with his attorney Stephen Bernstein during his
committee's advice. trial Wednesday morning. Hansen Is charged with first-degree murder In connection with the death of UF

Hansen was working to isolate a professor Arthur Kimura.Death '

.' gene that makes a protein associated
with cancer, Wakeland said. He said makes
't', Hansen had two ways to do that, and professors uneasy
one would take much longer than the ,- ..
other. ating doctoral students may be breeding more tension. .)
The committee advised Hansen to By DAN EVANS Prior to the shooting,UFs graduate school had no written
,. take the long way to achieve accuracy, Alligator Staff Writer regulation outlining how often graduate students should '
and although Wakeland said Hansen While the facts behind the September shooting of a meet with their committees, said Andrea Harrell, coordinator "I
never verbally' refused to do so, he graduate research professor unfold this week at the Alachua of administrative services in the graduate school Since
chose to use the short tern method. County Courthouse, some professors say they're not sur- then, a rule calling for annual meetings has been formally :':
"Jens Hansen gave me the Impres- prised the tragedy occurred at all. instituted. \

sion that he knew better than we did Police say Danish doctoral student Jens Peter Hansen "It was an unwritten rule," Harrell said. "We just put it '
what to do with this project and he was murdered UF cancer researcher Arthur Kimura, the man down on paper.: \
following his own notions of,what to in charge of evaluating Hansen's doctoral research, on the
't
do," Wakeland said. morning of Sept. 1. But professors say that if graduate students are to be
successful and the committee is to stay informed,they must
:' ". George Barnard, a psychiatrist in Almost 10 months later,several professors say the shoot-
:. the Shands Hospital Psychiatric Clinic, of meet more than once a year. Formal or informal meetingsat
ing was a tragedy waiting to happen and the prospect
least two weeks ,'they I
: (.;;,, said Hansen had planned to make working on supervisory committees is frightening.Ira once every are necessary say
)
"' Kimura's death look like a suicide. Horowitz is the chairman of the Decision and Infor- something UF doesn't require.
"He saw it as a test of survival in that mation Sciences Department in the College of Business "There is always a possibility for these relationships to
Dr. Kimura had all the power, and the Administration and has been working on doctoral commit- become tense," economics professor David Denslow said.
only power he had was to get him out tees for 30 years. Following Kimura's death, however, "The tension is there. The thing to do is pretty clear. Let '
,' and he did that, the them know early that they're not going to be consideredfor
\ of the way once Horowitz decided never to head another doctoral committee. "
other committee members could see a doctorate. I
I his work for what it really was," Bar- "I couldn't meet the students' demands on me," he said, In most colleges,graduate students must prepare a thesisor t
': v nard said.Barnard. adding that he feared becoming the victim of a disgruntled dissertation based on their research to obtain a master's.1.,
described-Hansen's plan to student. or doctoral degree, respectively. After completing their "
'\ kill Kimura, based on what the defen- Horowitz said he's never been verbally threatened, but work, students must defend their research in front of their ,
/- ;,i dant told him in interviews.< students have given him subtle warnings and made him supervisory committees. committee, usually hand "
t He said Hansen rented a Ryder van feel uncomfortable."If picked by the student, may or may not award a degree. It
r so he could look like he was making a you ask me, 'Have I been threatened?* I would say is the committee chairman that the student must meet with 'J
;: : commercial visit. He planned to knock no,"he said."If you ask me,'Have I felt threatened?'l I would regularly, professors say.
'.''J '...' Kimura out with a baseball bat,put him ,say yes." But because frequent meetings are not required, J
in his own car and run the engine so 'Those threats are often the result of over-stressed grad-, ,Denslow said professors often don't meet with their stu'J'J
uate students who've conducted Intense research for more
see Hansen page 4 see Doctorate page 2 '
than two years, professors say. And UFs system of evalu-
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other reason he's not interested in the job.

"How about all of the above,"Horowitz said,explain-
from page 1 ing that pay, time and safety all contributed to his .

recent disinterest in doctoral committees. He too
dents for months and don't tell them their research is
believes committees don't meet often enough with
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inadequate."You jI
their students."A $1.00 !
tell yourself the student is going to get better," I OFFi I II
doctoral student's relationship with a faculty I Daily Lunch Special I
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Denslow said. But a professor can be wrong about astudent's (
chances of getting a graduate degree, he member can become very close one,"Horowitz said. L n-2 __ Expire 6721/90
said, and their research can improve without theprofessor's "I think it's clear that in some departments there are r----HMW--===1 r
help. some differences between how well and how early the
committee provides feedback on whether (students) I Salad and Hot Bar I i: (
But many times, students do not improve and
become irate when their professors tell them they will get a doctoral degree from the University of Florida." : "ALL YOU CAN EATj j I

not receive their degree. Electrical engineering Professor Leon Couch Mi-4. ______ Expires.. 6/21/90/ / J
"Students get upset when things don't go the way agrees that the success of graduate students dependson

they should," said Herbert Bevis, professor and asso- their relationships with their professors."I r---------------M]

ciate engineering dean. "Sometimes I wonder that know of cases where professors have been threat- I .

they might lose control. And they might do somethingthey ened here," Couch said. "I'm sure this happens." 'd' .

might regret." But that's to be expected in a university environ- I I II

Kathleen Buckley graduated from UF in May witha ment, said Paul Isaac, associate graduate school deanat
master's degree in medical physics. She said she Ohio State University."In I I II
controlled the stress of more than two years of re- Pizza Bar & Med. Coke
any educational setting there's going to be a I I II
search by staying in contact with her committee
certain amount of tension," Isaac said, adding that M-F 11:303:30Campus
chairwoman."I I
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weekly or bi-weekly meetings with faculty advisersare
considered myself lucky,"she said."We managedto III
unfeasible. I Campus Oaks Mall Plaza I
meet once a week.She told me no matter how muchI
I struggled to just keep going." Neither Ohio State University nor the University of 136 NW 13th St :::: i (Next to Toys-R-Us)
Michigan has a regulation on mandatory meetings
Microbiology graduate research Professor Robert 373-8161 33M011 J
Schmidt said he's kept both himself and his students between graduate students and their committee chair- one Valid Only Wild Coupon _
men. Both are rated as two of the top graduate schoolsin
satisfied by staying in touch, and on any day he may
have up to a dozen students in his office. the nation, according to the The Gourman Report's

"I've never had any problems here," he said."I work 1989 rating of graduate programs.

very closely with my students on a day-by-day basis. The bizarre set of circumstances surrounding Student Government

There's always tension with students. If you do it right, Kimura's death and his relationship with Hansen
you shouldn't have these anxieties built up." should be much clearer following this week's trial. Health. Cabinet and

Both Schmidt and Denslow said working on doc- For now, graduate students continue to spend their the American Cancer
toral committees is one of the most rewarding aspectsof nights working on their research, while Hansen

their jobs even though professors are not paid spends his nights in the Alachua County Jail-without, Society are providing
extra for the responsibility. Horowitz said that's an- his freedom and without his doctoral degree.WHAT'S .
.
NOW information on staying

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By MATTHEW SAUER cycling magazine," Otis said. "We "We're the only ones in Florida to so people will pay attention to cy- one of the 10 worst. ,
I Alligator Writer have 60 miles of bike lanes and prepare a bike-ways path.There is clists." t I
great biking areas. The only thingwe plenty of money floating around to In other business Monday night, Police Chief Wayland Clifton as-
I l The only thing Gainesville lacks lack,according to the article,is fund a'coordinator. It's just a matter the commission decided to in- sured commissioners and Wil-
'I for safe and quality bicycling is a bicycle coordinator." of making the right t contacts." crease Gainesville police patrols in liams that he would increase the
someone to coordinate the Otis said the coordinator wouldbe County commissioners are con- the Pleasant Street neighborhood number of police officers in the
I community's bike activities, a responsible for helping city gov- sidering a revised transportationplan northeast of UF and the Student Northwest Fifth Avenue area be-
member of the city's advisory ernment plan additional bike paths that will decrease the ratio of Ghetto as a result of recent violence tween Main and 13th streets, but
board told city commissioners and assess the economic impact of road space reserved for automobiles in the area. could do so only by cutting some
Monday night.Chandler increased bicycle traffic.Commissioner and bicycles from the present City commissioners heard from existing police services.
Otis of the Urban Area David Coffey 85-15 percent to a new figure of several residents who complainedof Clifton already has increasedhis
Bicycle Advisory Board told com- agreed with Otis about the need for 98-2 percent. increased violence. budget expenditures by de-
missioners Gainesville is an excel- such an officer and emphasizedthat Scott Weinstein, owner of The Rosa Williams, cochairwomanof ploying police strike force teams
lent city for bicycling by all there were federal and state Bike Route, said the idea of a bicy- the Pleasant Street Neighbor- in the downtown area on Friday
accounts,but needs a city bicycling funds available to pay for such a cling coordinator is excellent. hood Association, told commis- and Saturday nights to deal with
coordinator to maintain it. position. "Gainesville has so much poten- sioners she knew other parts of the the loitering and fighting in park-
"We're listed as the sixth best "For bicycling,we're the envy of tial for cycling," Weinstein said. community were suffering from ing lots which he associates with
city for biking in the nation in Bi the rest of the state," Coffey said. "We need someone in that position crime, but her neighborhood was clubs in the downtown area.


SG refuses to support



Amnesty International

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what we do and what we're all about.
By DEBBIE CENZIPER
Alligator Staff WriterA Among other things Amnesty In-
ternational actively fights against the
former campus Amnesty Interna- death penalty and also coordinates
tional president called student senators international mailings which ask for-
: "completely, I Ignorant" after theydecided eign governments. to free "prisoners
Tuesday of conscience."
night not to give the Student The group origi-
group any of the $567it Body nally requested
requested. money last March,
Senators decidednot President Mi- but, after much debate -
to support the chael Browne senators de- A
group because Stu- cided to send the
dent Body President said if senators group to their Infor- 9 !
Michael Browne said mation and Investigation -
had Am-
given
the group was too political Committee to
to be paid for nesty Interna- determine if it was
with student money. legal to finance politi-
SG's money for bud- tional money, he cally active groups.

gets comes from would have vetoed I&I members de-
students' Activity and cided in April that no

Service fees $4.75 all 45 law in either the Florida The "Veins of Safety"group observes the lighting behind Newlns-Ziegler Hall Monday night.OR
for each credit hour statues or in SG (
beginning July 1. group budgets.ators rules dictate that SG

Browne said if sen- cannot support politi- Tour illuminates dark UF
had given the group money, he cal groups. But SG traditionally hasn't ,
would have taken a heavy-handed ap- given money to what they determine

proach and vetoed all 45 group bud- political groups. Group walks campus to find nocturnal danger spotsBy
.
gets -worth about $247,000."I Budget and Finance Committee
would have done it,"Browne said. Chairman Chris Tompkins said his DEBBIE CENZIPER said. "The lights were something that were
"We will not fund a group whose focusis committee originally decided to give obviously needed and it just makes sense."
Staff Writer
political operations throughout the the group money because ifs a "vi- Alligator Administrative Affairs Interim Associate Vice .,
world." brant organization." The money Sneaker-clad UF administrators and student President Ed Poppell said administrators have I
Frustrated former campus Amnesty would have gone toward posters and leaders hiked through campus Monday nightto done many lighting surveys in the past but 1
International President David Cheney some postage costs, Tompkins said. decide where $200,000 worth of new lights extra money for lights has always been scarce.The i
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said the group is not political, but Also at Tuesday night's Senate and lighting improvements:: : Although uuimmsuaiuis: are::
focuses on human rights. Both meeting, senators finalized the are needed most to improve paying for some new lights
Browne and senators passed judg- $16,000 budget for Campus Organized student safety. money for the this August they don't have
ment too quickly before they got the 'Against Rape. Although the group's The Student Government- enough money to pay for all
facts straight, he said. budget was cut about $6,000, COAR designed plan, called "Veinsof lights comes from of UF's lighting needs. 'I,
"I don't understand how (Browne) officials said they accepted the com- Safety," will create a pathof this year's CapitalImprovements SG and the students it rep-
can justify this," Cheney said. "If all promise. COAR is now a true student increased safety on cam- resents obviously care
his opinion and it was made out of group and will no longer be run by the pus by adding lights and up- Trust enough to increase safety
ignorance. He has not looked into Infirmary. grading existing lights,manyof and use part of their tuition
which are burned out and Fund.to money to do it, Poppell said.
Former wrestler takes ,down need maintenance.The lights The money for the lights
also will connect dark streets comes from this year's Cap
well-lighted areas on campus. Improvements Trust Fund, which pays for
pair of rock-toting women Student Body President Michael Browne said projects such as the O'Connell Center and the
he wants to redirect the flow of student night- new student recreation building. For each
By REGGIE GRANT Miller and were being held Wednesday time traffic along lighted paths to promote safe credit hour students take, they pay $2.44 into
WriterA at the Alachua County jail on walking. CITF.
Alligator $5,000 bail each, a,jail spokeswoman Browne's chief of staff, Larry Medvinsky, Browne and Medvinsky worked extensivelywith
35-year-old former high school said. who is organizing the lighting plan briefed the UF President John Lombardi and UF lob-
wrestler pinned two, women, armed Miller, 1120 SW First Ave., said he 20 walkers on areas which he said need lights byist Al Alsobrook early this summer to get
with rocks and bottles to the ground saw the: women harassing anotherman most, including the Plaza of the Americas, Sta- money for the lights included on the CITF list i
early Tuesday morning after they DavidFredette, ,. 42, of Gainesville dium Road and streets around libraries. Walkers even though they were almost too late to push "
tried robbing him,.UF,,police spokeswoman ,at the north side of the intersection from Campus Organized Against Rape,the the change through Tallahassee. \
Angie Tipton said., o( West University Avenue and Student Affairs office and the UF police will "SG is taking initiative," Medvinsky said. "If t
Sylvia Reynolds, 19, 1704'SE'Sec Northwest 13th Street about mid prioritize what areas they believe need Improved the administration can't do it for fiscal reasons "j

ond fae., and Martha West, 25, were; lighting. see Lights, page 4
[both charged with robbing Santa Fe; see Attack page 4 "Everyone benefits from this," Medvinsky \
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details of the alleged threats or the steps being takento rifle,killing eight people and wounding five 10% Off a. $40 Bleach Out ic
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Corp. auto finance office was the final act in a Center. Mayor Tommy Hazouri has called the r----------------- .
two-day shooting spree that ended when Pough, 42, violent episode "one of the darkest chapters in this FOOLED
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The cause of the explosion was under investigation, has since undergone extensive modernization.Its
said Lt.Jeff Graydeck,a spokesman for the U.S. Naval two catapults, used to launch aircraft, are steam-
Forces, Japan. powered, according to the authoritative guide Jane's
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LIGHTSfrom lights. New lights cost between not take short cuts.Also,UFs Student

page 3 $1,200 and $2,000 each and Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol
Medvinsky said he hopes to begin units now can specifically watch
installation this fall. the designated, lighted areas.
that's what SG is here for."
Former UF police Crime Prevention
Medvinsky said once the light Coordinator and Maj. Martha "I believe in these lighted walk
ing priority list is established, he Varnes said lights will not only ways,"Varnes said. "I like to see a
will work with UFs Physical Plant increase safety,but encourage students path that can take people from one
and begin installing and improving to follow the lighted path and part of campus to another.:



ATTACK Tipton said. woman hit him on the head with a

from page 3 The suspects followed Miller to beer bottle. He received several
Bryan Hall, where they began bruises but did not require medical
night. Miller was returning home bumping him and asking him why treatment
from studying at Library East. he was interfering.Then one of the
"It was pretty obvious this guy women grabbed Miller's gold Miller, who pinned both women
underneath him for about 5 to 10
needed some help to get away from chain.
minutes until police arrived,wasn't
the situation, Miller said. Miller said he tripped the
about to let the women with
He asked the women what they woman who had grabbed his chain escape
his $150 chain."I .
were doing. The women then and forced the second woman to
crossed the street to follow Miller the ground. In the scuffle, Miller
while Fredette called the police, was bitten on both arms, and one don't let much go by,"he said.


HANSENfrom Wednesday that Hansen had violent Bernstein,is arguing the defendant
mood swings in the weeks should be found innocent by rea-
page 1 before his doctorate was denied. son of insanity. If that is the jury's

carbon monoxide would kill him, She said Hansen began writing a' verdict, the judge will hold a hearing
Barnard said. letter to Kimura two days,before where mental health experts
the murder in an attempt to appealto will testify as to Hansen's needs.If A
But Barnard said Hansen's plan the professor's emotions. He
went wrong when Kimura bit never finished the letter. Hansen is found guilty prose
Hansen's finger, giving the professor Alachua County deputy sheriffs cutors have said they will not seek
enough time to trigger his burglar and investigators testified Tuesday the death penalty. The trial is expected 1/2 mile east of 44'' on State Road 318. Evenings 7 p.m.
alarm. The two fought in the to end ,today and Matinees 12
they found the murder weapon, a a ver- noon on Monday Wednesday Saturday.
house and the yard, a struggle that dictisexpected tonight I Closed
.25 caliber automatic pistol, about Sunday lUesday. Minors over 4 welcome
he ended said.when Hansen shot Kimura, two miles from Kimura's house. I with adult Call for reservations: Ocala 591-2345;

9602 SW 43rd Terrace. Alligator writer Ronald Dupont Gainesville 376-9044.

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I damage student carsBy I Hunt Club appeal

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PATRICIA LEE Flavet South parking lot, where had warned him about parking lot
Alligator Writer their cars were discovered with crime. could take 1
broken windows, stolen radios Wednesday morning he found yearBy
When UF freshman Todd Anderson and cassette tapes and other dam- his car had two smashed windows -
heard his phone ring at 4 with an estimated damage of UF electrical engineering Professor
a.m. Wednesday, he knew it age."My first reaction was, 'I knew $150. Also destroyed were his MATTHEW SAUER Fred Lindholm has continued
meant bad news. The police officer it. I knew this would happen" Kenwood equalizer and front Alligator Writer the private legal struggle
on the other end of the line Anderson said.Because speakers, which Anderson esti- Local environmentalists have against development.

confirmed it by saying Andersonwas he is a freshman, Anderson mated to be worth $1400. This filed an appeal to halt constructionat "We filed an appeal on June 14,
one of the victims of a seriesof is not allowed to park amount is not included in police the Hunt Club property adjacentto but it could take a year,".Lindholm
break-ins on campus that left close to Buckman Hall, the dormitory estimates of damage. Paynes Prairie, but such an ap- said. "During that time, Hackman
five cars with an estimated total where he lives, but must It. seems like an attempt to get peal could take up to a year to could legally begin construction."
.
of
damage $689.Anderson park in the Red D parking lots. car radios," said UF police appear before a judge. Tallahassee attorney David La-
and four other students Anderson said he had been worried spokeswoman Angie Tipton.see Meanwhile, Boca Raton developer Croix, lindholm's attorney said
spent pre-dawn Wednesday about his 1971 Volkswagen Martin Hackman has ob- any construction Hackman doeson
filling out police reports in the Beetle because other students Theft, page 9 tained a permit to cut down six the property could be affectedby
trees on the property and is waitingfor the appeal."If .
a ruling from acting Circuit the ruling goes against him,
Judge Thomas Elwell as to hewould have to tear down any
whether the appeal period is over. thing he'd built on the property"

Last month,county commissioners LaCroix said.According.
withdrew their support from to sources at the Al-
the legal battle to halt constructionof achua County Building Permits
the 620-unit, 45-acre apartment and Inspections office, Hackmanhas
complex next to the environmen- not yet filed for a construction
tally sensitive wetland. permit with the county.


UF animal technician charged
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with stealing rats for profit .

27-year old UF Animal Re- tigation,Tipton said.
sources technician was arrested Police won't identify the store
Wednesday afternoon for steal the rats were sold to or explain
ing rats from a campus breed- why they believe the rats were
ing colony and selling them to stolen from Animal Resources
a local pet store, UF police said. because of the continuing inves-

Lynn C. Bassel,was arrestedat tigation,Tipton said.
about 1:30: p.m. at UPs Animal Bassel was charged with one
Research facility on Northwest count of grand theft and one
34th Street and taken to count of dealing in stolen prop-
the Alachua County Jail, UF police erty. She was being held
spokeswoman Angie Tipton. Wednesday without bail, a jail
said. spokeswoman said.

UF police investigator Don No disciplinary action has
Rogers witnessed the sale Tues- been taken against the em-
ROSY PAGE-ALUGATOR day of 106 rats to a pet store for ployee, said Animal Resources
Freshman Todd Anderson Inspects the backseat window of his Volkswagen at the UF police $55, but waited a day to make director Alvin F. Moreland.
station Wednesday afternoon. the arrest to continue the inves- REGGIE GRANTPREGNANT
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to Republican Sen. Connie Mack for standingup

and defending rap band 2 Live Crew and saying the

federal judge who labeled their music obscene was wrong.

We're not sure what difference this is going to make,

but we think it is great that some politicians are lookingat
the law and the constitution. The Associated Press

quotes Gov. Bob Martinez's spokesman as saying, "The
Supreme Court has said there is a kind of speech that

goes over the line and a federal judge says this is it."

That kind of blind faith is scary. Maybe the federal

judge was wrong. We think he was. At least one criteria

the court must match in determining obscenity is if the

material, taken as a whole, appeals to a person's prurient
interest. That means it arouses a person sexually. We Health service changes needed

challenge anyone to convince us that 2 Live Crew's tape

does that. Alligator reporter Debbie Cenziper is to be con
gratulated for a well-written article on Campus Organized -> Dr. Boyd Kellett
As for Mack, we're glad to see someone stand up for
Against Rape and the Sexual Assault Recovery: S
the First Amendment.
Service in the June 5 issue. There were, however, PEAKING OUT
DART to the members of the U.S. House Judiciary significant factual errors that need correction in the
resources in advocacy, which is more properly a
Committee who passed a bill proposing a constitutional interest of balanced reporting. political activity than peer education.Advocacy should

amendment to outlaw flag-burning. The vote was close, organization COAR was, functioning established under as a Student SG bylaws Government, by encouraged, but in the appropriate arena of SG.

but the committee passed the proposal and now the 435 to SG and fully funded by SG. As a result responsible of Second,there has been intermingling of COAR and
members of the House will battle it out. ongoing controversy with COAR and its adviser,Claire SARS funds, with approximately unauthorized

Expect to see plenty of political rhetoric from the Walsh, four years ago SG failed to fully fund COAR. $6,000 of SARS Other Personnel Services funding
At COAR's request, the Student Heath Service (Infirmary spent on COAR peer educators this year. COAR'sbudget
politicians hungry for from the "regular folks"back
support has been supplemented unnecessarily by
) came to COAR's aid with the balance of requested -
home. No one is for burning the flag except the few funding and began four years of dual funding. SARS funds intended for clinical counseling. COAR
protesters who do it. What our leaders should be for is Unfortunately, no one foresaw that COAR would no belongs to the students and control should be given
defending the First Amendment. If they choose to over- longer be fully, directly accountable to either of its back to the students.

look that, they will spend a lot of time and a lot of money funding agencies. Instead, one has been played Finally, COAR's current four OPS peer educators
against the other in what COAR correctly calls a have been on the payroll only a short time. Evidencein
spreading the word about amendment that will even-
an
"political football. our records raises questions about the adequacyof
tually fail. If an ERA amendment granting rights failed to To resolve this dilemma, which has distracted OPS training for COAR. We believe we can recruit,
pass, how will this amendment restricting rights pass? COAR from its peer educator tasks and Student Health train and retain more effectively if separate.

If the amendment passes through the Legislature and Service from clinical care,SG and SHS directed COARto Currently, Walsh sees less than one patient each
comes to your state for approval, remember that defeat- choose either to be fully an SG organization or fullya day, with each of the other two counselors averaging
program of SHS. 3.5 patients. We reasonably expect each SARS counselor
ing it won't mean you support burning the flag, but that COAR President Tracy Polcyn has said privatelyand and each mental health counselor to see an
you believe in your right to protest. Are the people of this publicly that she "wants COAR to receive money average of five ,clinical care hours daily. AH sexual
country really so insecure about their freedoms that burn- only from SG, allowing it to become a student-run assault clients will be seen only in SARS. The extra
ing the flag is seen as threatening? group."Student Body President Michael Browne and time remaining in each counselor's schedule can't be
Commission Student Body Treasurer David Stem support full wasted though, since we have a backlog of general
LAUREL to the City for considering creat- funding for COAR by SG.Peer education,which relieson counseling patients. With cooperation,we can reduceour
ing the post of Bicycling Coordinator. The coordinator the commitment and credibility of motivated students backlog and better serve more students.
would help the city plan new bike paths and help the city for its success, should be a part of this funding. The bottom line here is not money. SHS is financially
assess the economic impact of increased bike traffic. This If at any time SG should fail to fund the peer sound. The bottom line is health care delivery
shows the city's commitment to making Gainesville safer education program, SHS will continue this valuable the best possible to the most students possible,
for cyclists and helping keep Gainesville's national rank- work with our own program modeled after COAR. within our resources.Let's get the politics out of healthcare
The clear separation from COAR is important to SHS. and
let's
get back to our job of caring.Dr. .
ing as one of the nation's best cycling cities. First, COAR has spent much of its time,effort and Boyd KttttH h the director lit CWCI .. .,
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We hope the County Commission will follow the city's
I I I.FTTFRS T O TilE E DIT O R
lead and refuse to adopt new transportation plans which

would decrease the amount of new roadway devoted to Flag burning not' civil liberties be maintained and To the people ''who recommended '
bike paths and bike lanes to 2 percent from 15 percent. valued, but I feel that flag burning \h&t.Alligator\ readers,
American is outside these confines. Many write,-to their Congressmen to
way
Americans, both men and women, protest legislation to protect the
alligator Editor Editor: This is in response.to the have died for our flag, and it is a American flag,I have a favor to ask'
dart that was given to President slap in the face to every veteran you. While you are writing your
Lucy Chabot when someone burns a flag. letters recite the
Bush in the June 14 Alligator. to yourself
Managing Editor Opinions Editor The more I watch the news,the Pledge of Allegiance. Maybe the
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella This dubious award was endowed more I have to agree with Arsenio problem is that you do not remem-
to the President for"spear Hall's comment, These times that ber. Maybe this will help: I pledge
Letter Policy heading a drive to amend the we are living in today are weird_ allegiance,to the flag,of the United
Utter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-10 pica). They should be
Constitution and outlaw flag burning It's okay to bum the States of America...
typed double-spaced withheld They Should Include I typed name address and telephone flag, but you
number. Names will be If the. writer shows just cause If you have, any questions call I I acknowledge that it Is extremely can go to jail for buying a 2 Live Jam** Walker
the editorial page editor at 378-4458. I important that American Crew alb.ura"' 415r


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I She's leaving! homeBy I Album's ban contrary to lawsEver I

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LUCY CHABOT because of his long hair and since I was a small child, reconsideration of the First early 1920's, in which jazz musicor
Alligator Editor his brother's behavioral problems, I have always been told how luckyI Amendment of the Constitution. ( devil's music) was censured as
It's four o'clock.The news roomis is scheduled for a haircut. Not the I was to be an American; given the Although the band's music and being equally obscene and per.
buzzing loudly as it usually is most important story of the day, right to speak my mind freely and lyrics do not appeal to me, I none- verse.Jazz has lived on for 75 yearsas
about this time. The next phone but we thought students would like to exercise guaranteed constitu- theless regard any attempts to ar- a popular style of music, and
call could be from a frantic reporter to see the new 'do. We send a tional liberties. As I ponder these rest persons for wielding their society and many people who listen
who just found out that the head' photographer to get a picture and thoughts many years later, I finda constitutional rights with pas- to jazz and 2 live Crew still
football coach resigned or that a the manager of the barber shop profound discrepancy between sionate indignation. Navarro's maintain traditional moral stand
UF student was murdered. throws him out. what is articulated and what is decision to label the album ards. I hope that we utilize the
Instead, the next call is from a Now, the picture isn't that im- practiced in this context. obscene was not only a narrow- writings of the authors of our Con-
UF spokeswoman who is angry portant, but refusing to be bulliedis. The recent court ruling and the minded, subjective interpretationbut stitution in future moral dilemmas
with an editorial that called for .The parking lot attendant comes subsequent ban of 2 Live Crew's, an overt disregard for the Con such as this they knew what
Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger's over and physically escorts Kevin, "As Nasty As They Wanna Be" stitution. they were talking about.
resignation. I listen respectfully for the photographer, to the street. In album by Broward County Sheriff This controversy is analogousto Adam Shapiro4LS
20 minutes and then returned a call the scuffle, Kevin's flash breaks. Nick Navarro, prompts serious one which took place during the
from the man himself. He wants to We don't get a picture. But the
meet me. manager calls a few hours later to
In his beautifully decorated,spa- apologize.
cious office, he graciously refusesto Most of my non-Alligatorfriends
let me tape the meeting or take don't understand why I spend so
notes and tells me he wants to get much time here. I call it work, but .
to know me and wants me to get really this place is home. It is cer-
to know him. So I ask questions, tainly much more than a job. A job Muss be a poliftl.lie s,.
mostly about what responsibility, has a starting and ending time. ran into a Um\ni\ "
if any, he takes for the rules that Bankers and waitresses get to stop hcuseanasaveaa
were allegedly broken.He being bankers and waitresses flag-
refuses to answer because, when they go home.
he says, the NCAA is still inves- I'm a newspaper woman. As an
tigating. The one tid-bit he does editor, I need to be here when irate
utter is that the system doesn't readers call They seldom under-
break rules, people break rules. stand when I take time off to study.As .
Then he tells me again he wantsto a reporter, I'm always on duty.
get to know me and wants me Not all stories happen between 9 a -
to get to know him. This goes on and 5.But.
for about 30 minutes, and I leave. I don't mind the sacrifices,
Sometimes, being an editor can if you can call them that. Everyonewho
be really frustrating.Long days and works here who misses M
few social outings can burn you concerts because they have to
out. Then there are the days like work or don't get to enjoy one
the one in Arnsparger's office when because they have to cover it -
the work pays off. agrees it is worth it. It's' worth it
I'm still not sure what it was because of the legacy we leave Sexism affects all aspects of lifeI
Arnsparger tried to tell me that day.I behind.No .
I assume the visit was supposed to two semesters here are ever am a victim of sexism. I see it on the rise in many both males and females and have lacked support from
be some sort of intimidation trick.It the same. The one constant is you areas of our society. But its most poignant impact has most administrators on this campus, excepting Mar-
didn't work.I still think he shouldbe the reader. This is your paper. been on my professional career, in my present job, shall Criser, Dr. Richard Sharra and Dr. Alicia Maun
fired for his role in the athletic The students who work here are personal life, and how I feel about being female.I over the last 10 years. Having this support from a past
scandal and I still laugh when I trying to keep you informed about UF and directors the
came to UF to work in a very special capacity. president past Infirmary gave us
think he spent a half hour tellingme your school and the people who Having had some experience in the area of sexual determination to continue.
he wanted to get to know me run it. Take time to read and dis- abuse, I received further training from one of the most Attacks on someone's personality, In lieu of their
and wanted well,you know the cuss what is going on. And take eminent researchers and authorities in the field of accomplishments, is always a red herring and a com-
time to let us know. We only get sexual victimization, Dr. Claire Walsh. Since then I mon tactic used to discredit strong female leadership.
rest.Then there are days when we better if we learn,and we learn best have been treating student survivors of these horren- Character assassination has its roots in maliciousness,
just try to do our job. Travis from you. dous crimes for the past 4 1/2 years.In but unfortunately it can be very effective.The lies and ,
Schintzius, in the news for about a See ya'. I'm off to L.A.Moral 1988 we experienced and survived a very rumors used to discredit an individual can only have :
traumatic attack on our programs (Student Assault destructive results.
leaders laudedIn Recovery Service and Campus Organized Against The feeling of discrimination is intense and re-trig-
Rape) by the elements of sexism on this campus. Nowwe gers an experience with sexual discrimination I en-
are being re-traumatized by the same crisis again. countered 12 years ago when applying for a job as an
the June 14 "Darts and vocal and written dissent,and even The elements of sexism have only changed slightly, EMT on a rescue unit. Despite having the highest
Laurels" the writer, hastening to the formation of a new political but the dynamics are still the same. marks on the state certification exam and several
cry "First Amendment," overlooked party if the concerned activist is not' If these programs had been created and run by letters of recommendation from having worked on a
a more important underlying merely blowing off steam. males, particularly white males, attitudes might likely volunteer fire-rescue unit, I was informed that I would
theme in the three topics that Finally,Gov.Martinez should be reflect how wonderfully creative, ambitious, provoca- not get the job because I was female. I was outraged,
were addressed.First given a laurel for having the tive and assertive these programs are. yet chose to accept defeat and remain mostly silent.
2 live Crew's controversial strength to draw the line on near- The reality is that we are female and have never My behavior was reflective of my sex-role socializa-
album has monetary and personal nakedness. What's next? Bikini enjoyed those wonderful adjectives or much supportfor tion. I choose differently now, and even if defeat is
value. However Judge tops made from half dollars? having two of the most nationally renowned and inevitable, I will not remain silent
did not that fact. He I take the phrase "one nation
Gonzalez deny successful programs on a university campus. Instead, Deborah Burke
confronted the work's lack, of under God" literally. Though this locally, we have been the victims of intense envy from SARS therapist
"redeeming social value." statement is not found in the Con-
Second, I doubt that President stitution, our founding fathers
Bush and many congressmen' wishto believed this principle and lived by Death penalty vengeful solution I II
"force-feed" 'patriotism to us. .it. .
Once flag-burning becomes commonplace How can one attack this same I find it a sad and confusing fact that our country, and national,' when we'condemn people. We must
other desecrations will, Puritan thought fueled" ,by the and especially the'state of Florida, should so loudly recognize the subtle and blatant effects individualsand
follow. Reagan and Bush eras, and still support the death penalty. We are' now the only social structures have on individuals. '
everythingthat claim to believe In and support the
The flag represents' '
industrialized nation that insists on perpetrating this We must accomplish' something infinitely more
the United States stands for Constitution? vengeful mentality of an eyeforaneye.As complex and difficult than sending people to prison
bad., So Our leaders not to rid
Including both good and are trying the state legislators debate and compromise on and executing them. We must educate all citizens,
themselves of the Constitution
unless a person hates'everythingabout whether to build more prisons, we fail to realize that provide stability where the family unit can't or won't, )
this nation, is it not illogical they are simply getting back to the not every person who commits' crimes can be held ,and rehabilitate those who fail to reach their potential.
the basics.
to choose nag-burning as directly responsible for these actions that society has Nina L Mattel'
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modern production of A Midsummer onto Lysander's leg, dragging on

Night's Dream boasts several d the floor as he continues to pace
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several hours of glitzy, gaudy im- Crouse's British accent is so

ages. Although the idea is an interesting authentic during her soliloquy

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Shakespeare via punk outfits surprising to find out that the

and contemporary mannerisms at actress is British.Her sneezing fits

times lapses into parody.The are a nice touch too. (Loved the

outfits worn by the actorsare scene where she shoves a tissue in

attention-getting. Oberon (Jim Demetrius' hand after sneezingon

Wicker), wearing black leather it.)

and an earring in his left ear,looks
The performances by Adam A.
like a cross between a punker anda
Weiner and Rigtje Passchier are
biker Titania (Sonya Y. Hardin)
hilarious. Hardin also does well
and her attendants look like some-
I in her dual role of Hippolyta and
thing straight out of a Michael
Titania. Her Titania is sexy and
Jackson video. But biker shorts, 0
vampish,the only competition forThompson's
blue lipstick and every neon color brilliant Puck. Too
under the don't enhance
sun bad her entire performance Is part
Shakespeare they detract fromit.
of a dream.
Instead of listening to what the

actors are saying, you find your- Simply put, the Florida Players'

self looking at what they're wear- production of A Midsummer
ing. Night's Dream is a collection of

good acting performances scarred
Which isn't much in the case of
ROBY PAGE by a poor concept. One can only
Bret Csencstiz) and
Demetrius ( The Florida Players bring Shakespeare to the '90s (more like the '80s) with a punk-style A Midsummer Night's Dream. wonder how good the play would
Luis Marcelin).Heaven
Lysander( Terri Minard(left center) and Robert Thompson (right center) don these duds with style. have been had it been done like
knows whose idea it was to have
pants down in fits of schoolboy Night's Dream is extraordinary.Robert Puck. And his laugh is unforget- Shakespeare intended.The .
about the
these parade stagein
guys
their underwear. And those passion. Or the scene where Patrick Thompson shinesin table. Florida Players' presentationof
Lysander attempts to hide an erec- his dual role of Egeus and Puck. A Midsummer Night's Dream
Miami Vice duds in the final scene Ann Hearden as Hermia and
tion onl s aw mo e att! continues in the Constans Theatre at
;. IVWn, tst ja-ha.tt tJin In the latter he completely Susan Crouse as Helena are also
a5
f ftxnray butilly T r\i These\ oltfjk. to it.s.f y p dri't upstages the rest of the cast. Sure great. During the scene in which 8:15 Friday and on July 5, 6 and 7.

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I im a fewlhjap laughs. Thef: xc an Romances Thompson plays it so well that Demetrius and Lysander have public and 25 cents for UF students

as.Z" ofttfose scWes where by? Vert .p Wading I even when other characters are "fallen" for Helena, Hearden's with a valid fee card.

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been better, but I'm on the Nitzer Ebb is notorious for.
I've ," Nitzer Ebb percus- "One of the reasons we (used
Bon Harris said at the
) to free
synthesizers was us up on
beginning of a recent telephone In-
stage so we wouldn't have to be
terview. Harris is one-half of the slaving over instruments all
British duo, which is currently in night," he says.
the midst of a stint as Depeche But synthesizers or not, crowds
Mode's opening act on,the World keep coming back. Harris is
Violation tour.Through pleased by the response that Nit
the telephone receiver, i zer Ebb has received as Depeche
Harris' voice sounds warm and Mode's opening act, particularlyby
friendly (although a bit ex- the new people that have been
hausted), nothing like his band's turned on to the duo's music.
aggressive music. Nitzer Ebb has Most of the songs the group has
come a long way since its first gig been playing on the road are from
about eight years ago, when he Showtime. So new fans have been
and vocalist Douglas McCarthywere hearing something that is a bit ofa
mere teens and according to departure form Nitzer Ebb'soriginal
Harris, "a little wet behind the "hard-edged-mixed- ,j
ears." Although things have been with-funk" sound. Today the
happening quickly for the band band tries to keep its music edgy I
during the last few years, Nitzer 4 and intense while remaining
Ebb is anything but an overnight melodic, Harris says.
sensation, Harris says. Influences like Bauhaus, -i
Not that Harris and McCarthy Birthday Party and Killing Joke
didn't have their chances. provide the tension, hard edg
"We had plenty of chances to be and aggression, no doubt. But
an overnight success if we had before the current tour, Harris i
made a few compromises we says he and McCarthy were listen-
didn't want to make," Harris says. s ing to Billie Holliday, John Lee
In 1988, the then virtually un- Hooker and Mozart. Perhaps this
known duo toured Europe with is where the melody comes in.
Depeche Mode. Two years later, Other musicians aren't the only
the two Warner Bros. label mates influences for the songs that Nit-
again share the bill on a North zer Ebb writes, Harris says. Song .
American tour that premiered in ideas may come from books, films,
Florida at the end of May. art or "messing around on your
As touring partners, Harris instrument," he says., McCarthy
believes that Nitzer Ebb and d. A deliberately writes abstract lyricsso
Hi
Depeche Mode are completely q M Y people will think.
compatible. The two bands have Creating music to think to is a
similar backgrounds, and they major element In the band's
both approach their music in the sound. Although Harris' favorite
same way. On tour, Nitzer Ebb BRIAN NEESON style of music is dance music, he
gets the crowd on its feet;Depeche Bon Harris and Douglas McCarthy of Nitzer Ebb have been delighting American audiences with songs from their current says he does think and is con-
Mode'does the rest. Showtime/ album. cerned about issues. _
Last March, Nitzer Ebb released Show- you give someone enough rope, they'll balk at this approach, but Harris wouldn't "Dance music and thinking about things
time, a collection of songs that deals with' hang themself," Harris says. have it any other way. He does see the aren't necessarily exclusive," he says. On
different forms of persecution. Although To Harris, the British music press has shortcomings of Nitzer Ebb's synthesizer any Nitzer Ebb record, the two combine to
McCarthy is the principal songwriter of the never shown Nitzer Ebb any respect. He approach, though."Synthesizers create that unmistakable sound
duo, Harris has an explanation ready for views the press-created industrial-music can kill some of the soul in So now that Harris has experienced both
any of Showtime's' nine songs. ,scene with similar'disdain. music," he says. "It's very easy to sit back European and American concert audiences,
"Lightning Man" is "another example of "There's been a whole group of bands and let the machines do everything for you. what differences does he see?
Doug's ambiguous style," Harris says. The, that have been lumped together for no "Our music isn't static, but we don't havea
"I think it's a little easier to American
get
song is about an incident in Washington, reason at all," he says of recent press com- cold, Inhuman sound. To me our music is "
excited
people he says. ..
D.C., where Harris and McCarthy took a parisons of Nitzer Ebb to bands such as alive and vibrant."
wrong turn, and some,"dudes" threatened Ministry and Nine Inch Nails. Although last Part of the reason behind Nitzer Ebb's In Europe they have to work harder, he
their lives.. Generally, It's a song about year he considered such comparisons to be approach to synthesizers is the impatienceof says. But once those audiences get started,
being alone and in danger on the street, he plausible because of.the bands' similar approaches Harris and McCarthy. When they first their reaction is the same as American
says,pausing. "waiting for the lightningman now he doesn't understand thecomparlsons. began to create music, they didn't have the audiences. Sometimes Nitzer Ebb might
.-to strike." ; Harris \believes) the media Is time to master the technicalities of an instrument shock people into reacting, but offend them.
"Rope' ," another Showtime song, is abouta trying to create a movement out of nothing., Harris says. or turn them'off? Why, of course not.
different kind of'persecution. For years ,The music of these three bands; might not "We felt we had something to say, and "Very much in your face is how we like
the British press has hounded Nitzer Ebb, quite represent a movement,'but perhaps we. wanted to say it there and then/ he says. to be," Harris says. "How we are on stageis
throwing them more and more inches of 'the, comparisons. stem 'from'.each one's One fringe benefit of using synthesizers, )in some ways a fair reflection how we_
rope... .'There's,.a saying in'England that if :dramatic,use of synthesizers. Purists might is that it permits more stage antics, which are." "
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Now." Bob Dylan Is quoted direct- stream"-but the music Is ex- you attempt to write ballads like Pol Dog Pondering

ly once or twice. And the vocal uberant and gritty enough to these if you don't let your emo- Wishing Like a Mountain and
Thinking Like the Sea
break in "Put The Message In The sweep any doubters in its path. tions escape to set the pace and After seeing Pol Dog Ponderinglive
Box" is pure Brian Wilson, right Wallinger is clearly a significant{ ] drive the
worked to
songs.BY I
was pretty up get
down to the naivete of the lyrics. artist just beginning to stretch his PAT HARRISON
1 my hands on this, their major-
1i But for all his trippy references, creative muscles.BY .
label debut. But before I tell you
Wallinger avoids being dippy. MICHAEL GILTZ
that this band deftly handles as
4. "Cod On My Side" may use an The Silencers
instruments the London
,
yl image of Iranian protesters to A Blues for Buddha many as
fundamen- On the A Blues for Buddha album, Philharmonic, and that they craft
question religious
tJl of the most hummable
some
talism, but he still recognizes the The Silencers have coupled a
melodies out of Austin, Texas, to
sound with circular
light-hearted
need for spirituality in the chorus
date, I want to gripe about a few
"I'm I'm lyrics to produce a generic pop-
World Party by saying, falling, falling
Goodbye Jumbo I need your God on my side." progressive sound, the likes of things.
Here is one of the best albumsof His seriousness is also lightenedby which are haunting the Billboard

the year. It was written, the quirky excursions that the charts. The similarities between

produced, arranged and per- music always takes. As "Love The Silencers and so many otheravel11ste

formed (mostly) by Karl Wal- tN qui f fflfes outstream e Chickasaw Mudd PuppiesWhite yr
'linger He left the Waterboys the of a I 55 an Dirt
mid-80s and released Private I u |f now We.TonWistj. Loa ruddha Hard to believe this duo hails

Revolution under the World Party o s from Athens, Ga. Guitarist Ben
> .,..
moniker. That album was an en- hie b i genfMBBa on t Reynolds calls their music

gaging, bare-footed romp through which Wallinger strums an acoustic could be because it's been playedon "swamp stomp," and that's aboutas kM.t .

'60s psychedelia. It also had a cer- guitar and softly sings, "I wish MTV's "120 Minutes", accurate as a description can t r

tain righteous anger, fueled as it I knew, I wish I knew." The vocals of Jimme O'Neill and get. The noise these two boys
was by the single "Ship of Fools. Cha Burns are soft and emotion- make is a retro-backwoods jive

Goodbye Jumbo is better in every It's all wrapped up neatly in the less. Add to this monotonous that sounds like it's coming out of
It's final song, "Thank You World." drum beats and a dull bass line the bowels of a murky hole some- First, the singer often sounds
respect. grungier, more
ceptive and still as catchy as any-per- The,, lyrics are as wide-eyed as from Joseph O'Donnelly, and you where in Alligator Alley. just like the geek who sings for the

thing else you're likely to hear. It Brant Sly handles the whoopingand Housemartins. Maybe that's whyI
and the blues har- I like the song "Thanksgiving"best
kicks off with "Is It Too Late a howling
monica while out the someone else sings it.
raw, powerful track on which Wal- stamping
linger worries that it's too late to beat on his stomp board.Then his Another thing, and this may

try and "make a better day. sound is meshed with Ben's sound petty, but damned if Pol

All his talents are on display r electric guitar and funneled into Dog isn't the happiest band I've

here: the sound is casual and an ancient microphone, giving the ever heard. I mean the kind of

"live the vocals are passionateand songs a sound straight out of a'40s life-is-a-bed-of-roses jubilationthat

the guitar solos are concise radio show.It just goes and goes until it

and fierce enough to be worthy of sometimes chugs down the actually begins to grate.

George Harrison. tracks at 100 miles per hour. Other I would run,horrified, from any

That Beatles reference is no mis- x times it's drawled out slow and man that said he. wanted "to be

take. Wallinger happily trumpetstheir painful-like. Each song, though, the yeast" in my bread, but that's
brings to mind a crowded front what this In
influence in his varied musi- exactly sap sings.
cal settings, taking almost sensual ever-"He laid me down this get what you expectnothing.The porch full of people sweating and spite of these two small grievances -

pleasure in playfulness and ex- blanketNow I call this blanket Silencers have obviouslytried clapping and singing-a distinctly I have managed to tap a few
southern hoe down filled with
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homages to countless other artists. And the moon she makes me that isn't worth bothering with. Is barn-burning joy. times ethno-polka and always

The Rolling Stones pop up in the dreamAnd my food is wild this the best that Scotland has to perversely pleasant.BY .

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But there are highlights aplenty. "Look-

ing Class Sea" is a campy treasure from

Erasure,and "Slow Rollin' Mama" is a very

obvious double-entendre in which LaVern

Baker searches for a big, long rollin' pin for

her red hot oven. They help make Dick

Tracy an unexpected delight.

Madonna's album is also appealing,

though less successful. Like Dick Tracy, she

tries to recreate the mood of the '30s But

her biggest task was tackling the three

songs contributed by Stephen Sondheim,

Dick Tracy one of the giants of Broadway musicals. By

PETER SOREL Original Soundtrack and large, she does an admirable job.

Tracy comes face to face with the criminals he has sworn to destroy Including MadonnaI'm "Sooner Or Later," a ballad in which

Numbers(James Tolkan), Flattop(William Forsythe), Big Boy Caprice(M Pacino) BreathlessThe Breathless Mahoney asserts that she always

and Itchy (Ed O'Ross). release of this summer's blockbusterhas her man, would probably come alive

been a
Dick Tracy bad guys against each other in an but three sojBHiicks.jHEf tf -w n It 1.ly I.

Center, Litchfield, Oaks Four West attempt to seize control of the city. contains th 0 anny Sgets her 'eu with
'
About halfway through Dick The storyline is too straightforward write the c y i m u t 0 Q, that fea-

Tracy, there's a quick moment that and entertaining to be con- Elfmanalbum yet be r se ew musing** rdplay from

tips you off to what Warren Beatty sidered tongue-in-cheek, but by Madonna and a multi-artist com Sondheim like, "You've got to stock the<<:

had in mind. It occurs when Dick Beatty certainly milks the irony for pilation are already here. Surprisingly, the cupboardRemember Mother Hubbard."

Tracy is riding in a car with his all it's worth. The policemen who. .. grt {fort is more consistent and enjoyable It's a show-stopping number perfectly

girlfriend and an orphaned boy walk the streets are Irish, natSfaU suited to Madonna's public persona and her

known only as the Kid. ly. And they admlre hts do- ,per lrner ,!!nc, t 'tar a ,JJjght('i Fever, record vocal range, and she makes the most of It.

To even the smallest child, the gooder who freqmSrtlvfcreaks thr cgm at d6s,f aVe thfbi 0 f bunch of songs Finally, there's "What Can You Lose," a

scene is obviously fake. The law in thepu'\\J ]JUs ceo Why t \ ..P)1t) ai!' atten_+pfl cash in on a plaintive duet with Mandy Patin kin.

painted backdrop is bland and should 'Mlfey\ ? He cfn knock "4r ettlial. hit'r nnoxto the resulting Madonna Is outclassed, but she escapes

resolutely two-dimensional. The dow w of thug with one -lodgflpodge,?T *.is rarely,a.co'jrunerclal A Ksnd success with her dignity. That's no small feat, for

car rocks back and forth, Tracy sweephtgpunch and vt crease ''almost neverwtlsfyiajKto. listen to. Patinkin is one of the most talented singersin

fiddles half-heartedly with the us ,' ght-yellow !Thrown Fpofl.ese onto youHurtitable late- theater today.

wheel, the Kid says his line and /0"r4r" e casting is marvelousdonnafhandlesjier.roleiwlth'. ,These J think so P)wpr!rl.he'(1|! $v The rest of the songs follow in a similarly
albums' music
'
it's over. There is no attempt to fd *' only jthe swinging mood. A trio of tunes near the

convince the audience that whaA( L aplomb,even though' Breathless i li ,is linked in, someway,such as,on the classic: middle are some of the best she's recorded.ill

they are seeing is real. n',,saddled with one oo'many soundtrack'The' Harder" They ComejfivMch;' "Hanky Panky" is a hilarious paean to

That artifice is at the heart of tins'I I f double-entendres. William i For.';: ;Introduced, a,whole generation to,reggae. some casual S &: M in which she sings,

deliciously offbeat film. In effJltJi, sythe brings character". and style" to' The most recent positive example was$Qme- persuasively, "Hanky panky/ Nothing likea

producer/director/star Beatty Flattop, and Charlia.Korsmo ((who thing''Wild/vaguely: 4>conceptual!work' good spanky." "I'm Going Bananas" is a

achieved the exact opposit g Jr was so good earlier,this year in, whose cutting-edge' :artists i 'somehow' ditsy song in the tradition of Carmen

every comic-strip fantasy tlia Men Don't Leave) is scrappy"and. ,belonged together., "'j| J.) Miranda. And "Cry Baby" harks back to

preceded this effort. Iftv\ \ believable as the Kid. Dustin. Hoffman It works again,'on, Dick'Tracy, thU June,, Betty Boop, who Madonna emulated pre-
ari
Most escapist movies want you' is also hilarious in trie minor' because n.'ost.oqlte tracks performed' viously on A Very Special Christmas.

to believe in their magic. In E.director' .Ta, \L role of Mumbles. y|:",..: .in ,!the ,.mold [. f'p p lar]music a' ted But it's downhill from there. Several
*30sMost of the songs a/sp/ sear
the
Steven Spielberg mafV "A But Pacino isjthe! ne" most\' jdurlng tracks are passable, but undistinguished,

shalled elaborate special effects to,,. .people will rememberfHe brings'' : : : and "Something To Remember" has a posi-

make a thousand-year-old extra-' \ manic, over-the-top grandeur! to_ is/WhitePeat I. ( tively ungainly chorus. "Now I'm Follow-
{ (
terrestrial seem utterly real.In Bat \Bi.i \BOY Caprice, a hood who,,. '! { ing You" is interesting mostly because it
ofthe .
man, the Caped Crusader hurtled ,mangles, famouafquotations and 1 S Sfartcle8i Cagney) provides most music.riThe'rejult features Warren Beatty on vocals. (Did he

through Gotham City in his Bat- Jhimself: a'rest man: He' Is'aneminently'listenablefr ; learn nothing from Ishtar) And whatever
'It' ktcke f "With a'rnarvelous collaboration
off { -
album.
mobile and none of us blinked an spouts,!lines! like,,:If you'aren't, X ;f ; between k.d :Iang:: and Take 6 appeal "Vogue" may have, it is jarringlyout
eye. And even the trailer for Su- for the'people you can't.buy theJTpeople ) of place hereTo .
called, R i1s./ lang slides into
perman promised audiences, ," and: f have lo",: think'pfeverything'tnes ;' { Rldin"'The' be fair, Madonna's voice has im-
leaded "\ :this ode to travellmg'tramps( ("Hoboing is
"You'll truly believe a man can ; '! )'fli' ,,:' proved mightily since her debut album.
** 4 '. game/'And B & O's my middle name")
fly," ship," with comic retish j''" 214; : my And she produces the whole affair with wi
::.: _with easEihe: ) whoo-whooing back-up vo-
But Dick Tracy enjoys,being artificial Dick Tracy is certainly smart'arid'4quirky style and assurance. If she can match the
cals are charming and it passes so quicklythat
The straight-arrow detec- However, there are mo- playfulness on display here with the lyrical
almost don't notice how Intricate
tive,battles a gang of misshapen ments of charm and emotion- and graceful you it Is. maturity evident on her last album Madonna -

gangsters, like Flattop and such as the scene where Tracy Similar' pleasures abound. Jerry Lee may yet create the masterpiece she
Smallface-men who look as stumbles through a marriage seems capable of.
Lewis shambles through "It Was The Whis-
bizarre as their names imply. And proposal to Tess" that indicatethe BY MICHAEL CILTZAPPLAUSE
key Talkin' (Not Me)," Brenda Lee rips up
he fights them in a pop-up, really great film it could have
the stomper "You're In The Doghouse
world where cans been.
primary-color Now" and Darlene Love has a blast with
of chili are marked, "CHILI" and But "entertaining" and
0-
"Mr. Fix-It. Like all the songs performedhere
the faithful gal is called Tess "original" are as much as we
well-crafted and
these three are too
Trueheart. should expect from any movie.
witty to be considered merely pastiche.:
nears howdown eatty has man to cr
y 'Even the featuring' the rather
songs
jKTtopTnobster BiBkilter oy Caprice omething new: tim
of and Tommy
limited vocals Andy Paley,
), his crus Is thrown atire. He won'ttrip
Page make sense. In the '30s, faceless male '"
the a ous'atten- world j cads
by crooners with, thin .voices;'were ,the rule
ns of ,torch sing Breathless the app ola ve '
than the ; so sound
rather exception they
Mahoney(vamped to perfection ,where good'always conquers evil. at home.
by Madonna) and the appearanceof And Beatty'wants to believe in it right
track that doesn't work is Ice-,
The only
named much we'do.BY .
a mysterious newcomer ,,as. as
The Blank. 'This faceless villain MICHAEL GILTZ 'rs'"Dick Tracy.." A rap could never sound

-star scale '30s enough t to fit in with the album's con-; .
and the based on four
seems to-be, ..pitting Tracy ratings ;
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A Is winding down the CJ't crowd has been packinginto Heads' "Once in a Lifetime." The

Summer week-long the Purple Porpoise and Balls band even tried a cover of MC

about to begin.And every Thursday through Saturday Hammer's "U Can't Touch This."

what have you been doing with night. This past weekend was no They never made it to the rap,

yourself these past six weeks? Sure- exception.The gang of people that though. Next time, finish what

ly you've been soaking up rays from crowded the sidewalk outside the you start, guys. .

the blistering Florida sun and e
enjoy-
Porpoise Friday night were Over on Northwest Third

ing a little of the entertainment that probably trying to escape the heat Avenue Saturday night, Bumbleonce

Gainesville has to offer. and the crowd inside.These places M
again proved why it's poisedto
It's nice to see a town full of just aren't meant for the become Gainesville's next su-

dancing fools again. There was a claustrophobic anymore.
perstar local band.These guys are
little bit of slam-dancing action at
Whoever said that cover bandsare really hot. Although the band's
The Rev last
Thursday night to the
dead obviously hasn't seen 30-minute set was a bit short, the
vulgar sounds of The Red Hot that realiz-
see people are finally
Beat Street please the crowd at crowd was thoroughly pleased.And .
Chili Peppers' "Higher Ground." ing that "Fool's Gold" is the per- Lillians.
The band kept the drummer Rusty's maniacal
And Saturday night, the fect dance that we've all been
song SILVERTONE RECORDSAll
patrons on their feet last Thursday finale was "just like The Who,
downstairs DJ played none other for. rise and feet. The Stone
waiting move your
nit Keith
night ripped through country one onlooker said. If only
than The Stone Roses. It's good to Roses have arrived.a .
Ever since CJ's closed its doors, covers, rock covers and Talking Moon were alive to see it.














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page 5 clear if the break-ins occurred at said police already may have some- has no insurance for his car.
the same time, she said. thing to follow. "I've had the car since I was 15,"
Food "Somebody was obviously pretty "These incidents occur in cy- They got (finger)prints from all said Anderson, 24. "No insurance
& drink bold, they were willing to take a cles," Tipton said. "From time to the cars, and apparently whoeverdid company will cover it because it's
inethalsAlli risk of being heard smashing the time well get a series of burglaries, it got cut, because they found too old. They'll do it only once it's
windows." well arrest somebody and the bur- blood in a car,"Anderson said. considered a classic, when it's 20
UF police were notified of the glaries stop. Then it starts again. Tipton said the Flavet area may years old."
ever YdayrF break-ins by UF student and Divi- Because the investigation is on- have a reputation as being more He said his car will be consid-
sion of Housing security guard going,Tipton could not give detailsof dangerous than others because of ered a classic next year.
Darrin Brager, Tipton said. Be- any clues police may have on the past incidents. "Just my luck,this had to happen
cause the owners of the cars suspects. But Anderson, who was "I heard it was bad and now I see now"

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MINUNIVI"A THIS/NEXT/

Schedules Given For Break ; CAM US S WEEK



Summer B Starts July 2 t


Monday, June 25, through Friday, June 29, will be the semester break period for TODAY
the University. Classes will not be in session, and most campus offices will be
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES SEM-
operating on revised schedules.The break is not a holiday period for UF employees.
INAR "Industrial and Col-
Summer term B classes will begin Monday, July 2. Monopoly
onial Expansion: The American Sugar

Produced by UF Information and Publications Services,355 LIBRARIES Kingdom in the Caribbean 1898-1934,"by
Tigert Hall, and paid for at usual advertising rates to communicate Libraries East and West and the Marston Science Library will be open 8 a.m. to Lehman College-CUNY assistant pro-
official notices and important information to 5 p.m., June 22; closed June 23-24; open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 25-29; closed June fessor of Puerto Rican Studies Cesar
,( and star) Call 392 0186 for information
students acuity
30-July 1. Ayala, 12:15: p.m., 376 Grinter Hall.
The Law Library will 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., June 23 and June 30; open 11 a.m. WILDLIFE 4 RANGE SCIENCES SEM-
to 11:30: p.m., June 24 andJuly 1; open 7:30: a.m. to 11:30: p.m.June 25-28; open INAR, "Determinants and Consequencesof
7:30: a.m. to 11 p.m., June 29. Social Structure in a Neotropical
Summer B TermRegistration The Health Science Center Library will be open 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m., June 23 and Primate, Cebus Olivaceus,"by UF doctoral

June 30; open 2 p.m. to midnight, June 24 and July 1; open 8 a.m. to midnight, student Tim O'Brien, 2 p.m., 112 Newins-
1 Is June 25-29. Ziegler HaU.TIiEATER.

REITZ UNION WORKSHOP, "The Collab-
orative Theatrical Process," by nationally -
Set For June 29 The Reitz Union building will be open 7:30: a.m. to 11 p.m., June 23-28; open 7:30: known director Joanne Akalaitis,
a.m. to 1 a.m., June 29-30; open 7:30: a.m. to 11 p.m., July 1-3. The game room will playwright Eric Overmeier and producer

Registration for Summer Term B will be be open 4 to 11 p.m., June 22 July 4.FOOD. I Kristi Zea, 4 p.m., Constans Theatre. Free

held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, June SERVICESThe and open to public, sponsored by UF
29 in Florida Counselors and
-
Gym. per- Reitz Union Snack Bar will be open 7:30: a.m. to 2:30: p.m., June 22; closed theater department.
sonnel from the Registrar's Office will be "
on hand to assist students. Summer B June 23-24; open 7:30: a.m. to 7 p.m., June 25-29; open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., June 30; "DARKSIDE, Florida Players summer
open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., July 1. The Reitz Union Cafeteria will be open 5 to 7 p.m., repertory production, 8:15: p.m., Con-
classes
2.
begin Monday, July
July 1. The Orange and Brew will be open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., June 22; open 11 stans Theatre Stage Two. Continues June
Late for Summer Term B
registration a.m. to 4 p.m., June 23-24; closed June 25 renovations., 23, July 2 and July 3 at 8:15: p.m. Tickets,
will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday,July $5.50 for general public and free for UF
2, and Tuesday,July 3, in Florida Gym. O'CONNELL CENTER & FLORIDA GYM students, available from University Box

Students registering late will be chargeda The O'Connell Center pool and track will be closed June 28, and the weight room Office, 9:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. weekdays.
$25 late registration fee, in accordancewith will be closed June 22-July 1. The weight room in the Florida Gym will be closed
Board of Regents regulations. Late June 23-July 1. FRIDAY
must be 4 FLORIDA PLAYERS' "MIDSUMMERNIGHT'S
registration completed
by p.m.
STUDENT HEALTH CARE CENTERThe "
Tuesday, July 3. Students with questions DREAM, 8:15: p.m., Constans
about regular or late registration should Student Health Care Center will be open 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m., June 25-29;' Theatre Main Stage. Continues July 5
call the Registrar's Office at 392-1374 and closed June 30-July 1. through 7. Tickets, $6.50 for general
ask for the registration information SNAP public and free for UF students, available
from University Box Office, 9:30: a.m. to
extension. The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) evening escort service will be 3:30: weekdays.Computer .
DROP/ADD/ discontinued June 23-30; resumes operations July 1. p.m.

: Students will be able to drop or add PARKING

courses or change course sections be- Decal restrictions will be lifted in all areas June 25-28, except for Blue One areas; Seminars
tween 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday, July 2, Orange Two areas south of Black Hall, special areas behind Ti Norman
and Tuesday, July 3. The deadline for Hall and the Infirmary lots and Schucht and Diamond Villages.Meter enforcementwill Slated For Faculty,

students to submit forms is 4 p.m.,Tues- be lifted in all areas except the Health Center June 25-29. All individual spaces,
day, July 3. Students should refer to the A&P PersonnelThe
service drives, handicap spaces and no-parking zones are enforced at all times.
summer schedule of courses for informa-
/ Faculty Support Center for Com-
tion on drop/add procedures.FEE .
puting is offering summer-term computer
DEADLINE seminars for faculty, A&P: personnel and
The deadline to pay fees for Summer post-doctoral associates., The center, at
Term B is 2:30: p.m., Thursday, July 5. 2215 Turlington Hall, is open from 8:30:
Student Financial Services requests that, a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. the Macintosh
when possible, students submit fees by classroom, located in 521 Wen Hall, is
mail or place them in the drop box at the open only during scheduled seminar
north end of the HUB. Students who fail hours. Registration is required for the

to pay fees or make arrangements for t hands-on lessons by calling 392-7249 or
deferments by the 2:30: p.m. Jul x stopping by the center. A UF ID card anda

deadline will be assessed a $25 Tate ., picture I ID are required for registration.July .
charge, in accordance with Board of i J and August seminars are listed below:"
Regents regulations. Students may also 'l ,\ USING DOS-MANAGING DISK

pay fees in person at the HUB betweena.m. ., l 'f I ...: STORAGE-July 11, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m.
8 and 2:30: p.m. weekdays, but long USING WORDPERFECT 5.0-Section

lines are expected. Fee payment shouldbe ,",ef.d '" -- 1: Lesson 1, July 10, 1 to 3 p.m., and
made by check order.Alzheimer's .
or money Gathered for photos before departing for the Soviet Union are, from left to right,frontrow ADVANCED WORDPEPRFECT 5.0
: Brad Rosen, Alan Fischel, Randy Anselmo, Carolyn Drazlnie, Caroline Con- -
Section 1: Lesson 1, 31, 9:30 to 11:30
DiseaseIs July : :
nor, Beth Ehrlich and Nila Suntharam; back row: Roberto Cavalleros, Dr. Lenny
a.m., and Lesson 2, 2 9:30 to 11:30
Program Rhine, Arnaldo Isa and Dr. Jape Taylor. (UF photo by Patrick Dyson) Aug. : :
Topic a.m.LOTUS

University of Iowa nursing instructorand UF Medical Students Participate In SKILLS-Section ADDITIONAL 1: Lesson WORKSHEET 1, July 24,9:30to :

Alzheimer's Disease expert Geri Hall 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, July 26, 9:30:
will present a program June 28 on campus Soviet-American Exchange Program to 11:30: a.m.USING .

I about management of Alzheimer's : dBASE IV-Section 1: Lesson 1, ,
. Disease patients. The program is sponsored Twelve UF medical students left for the Soviet Union June 15 for an educational ex- July 16, 1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson 2, July
I by the Geriatric Research Education change visit at the Odessa Medical Institute.Dr. 18, 1 to 3 p.m.INTRODUCnON.
I and Clinical Center (GRECQ) in the De- W. Jape Taylor, a UF Distinguished Service Professor of Medicine who is accom- TO SAS/PC-Section/

I partment of Veterans Affairs Medical panying the group, said the visit has been arranged in cooperation with Physiciansfor 1: Lesson 1,J July 16, 9:3: >to 11:30: a.m., and
Center and UF's College of Nursing. Social( Responsibility? an affiliate of International. Physicians for Prevention of Lesson 2, July 18, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m.
Hall will discuss "Managing with Nuclear War. :All of the UF students have been active participants in the organization. INTRODUCTION TO BITNET-Section -

Alzheimer's Disease: A Conceptual Ap- Taylor says the secondand third-year medical students will spend virtually all of 1: July 24, 1 to 3 and Section,
proach" next Thursday at 9 a.m. in the the three-week visit (ending July 6)) at the Odessa Medical Institute where they will 2: July 27, 9:30: to 11:30: p.m.a.m.
Department of Veterans Affairs Auditorium -' accompany Russian medical students on rotations. They also will reside In student dor- INTRODUCTION TO THE MAG-

T and "Planning and Evaluating Care mitories with their Soviet hosts. INTOSH-July 9, 1 to 3
for the Alzheimer's Patient'at 2 p.m. in "We plan to have a similar contingent of Russian students visit our college this fall, MACINTOSH MICROSOFT p.m. WORD
C14, Health Science Center. and we nope this will be the first of many exchanges between our school and theirs," 4.0-Section 1
Lesson
: 1, 10, 9:30: to
The talks are free and open to the pub-' said Taylor. "We hope it will give students from both countries broader views of the 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, July 12,9:30: to"'
Ik. Families of Alzheimer's Disease pa- different systems of health care delivery and that it will help improve communication 11:30: a.m.
tients are encouraged to attend the after-' between us and the people of the Soviet Union." MACINTOSH GRAPHICS-Section 1"
noon session, in particular: For more information Dr. Leonard Rhine, head of technical services for the Health Science Center Library Lesson 1 ::;
,July 17,9:30: to 11:30: a.m.; and;,
call Dorothy Gagnier, 3746114. is faculty coordinator for the group. Lesson 2 '
H July 19, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m.I .
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THURSDAY,JUNE 21,1990, ALLIGATOR, 11



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







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FOR RENT: UNFURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN. ROOMMATES

Classifications D How to place a
INCREDIBLE 1 bedroom 1 bath apt. Walking bicyclingto Rmmt wanted for (all, brand new apt.,
'" classified ad Efficiency Apt. UF Shands VA. $240 monthly formerly Greenwich Green, own room lor
: Starting at $165 Holiday Garden Apt. Call 3368852. 7-12- $218/mo., all ammenltle, free cable ft
1 For Rent.Furnished Starting at $235/2 BedroomMEADOWCREST 7.2 water, Karen 335-2676 7-19-11-5
In Person
For Rent Unfurnished :
2
Cash check MC or VISA. 378-3988 Avail. Aug.; 1-bd apt, fan, walk-in M/F/ NS rmmt. wanted fully (turn Penthouse -
3 Mobile Homes 375-3661 closet, cent air: 1 @ $275; 1 w/security w/jacuzzl, pooltable, private elevator
The Alligator Office 8-20-25-2: system, $285, both Incl. water. 373-0701 security, etc. $300 1/3 utll call:
For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave. 8-7-14-2 378-4252. 6-21-5-5
Check Our !;
M-Foam-4pm New Specials
4 Sublease House/Apt./ Main BookstoreHub All Amenities Available Avail. Aug., 2-bed apt, SW: 3 fan, cent. Wanted: N/S M to share Matter bdrm and,.
5 Roommates FURNISHED UNFURNISHED air; flat: $375, Incl. water; twh: 1 1/2 ba, 1/4/ util in furnished 3 bdr/3ba condo In
+ Customer Service Desk Roommates Avallabl.W.'re dw, wd, 2 screen porches, $385. 373- Rockwood Villas. $14S/mo. 335-6242.
6 For Sale M. F 8 am 4:30: pm No. 1 0701. 8-7-14-2 6-21-5-5

Reitz Union Cashier's Office REGENCY OAKS
7 Real Estate ,
M.F g.m.Opm 378-5766 Avail. now, 2-bd apt, SW: dishwasher, 3 A House! F $185 mo. ft 1/3 utilities.
! 8 Motorcycles Sat ( Sun Closed 3230 SW Archer Road fans, carpet, central air, porch storage, on Smoke and have dog. We don't caret I We
COUNTRY GARDENS bus, $375, Incl. water 373-0701. 8-7-14.2 need you starting In the tall I Call 373-
I 9. Autos s,. Medical Bookstore, Shands 373-4500 377311 6-21-4-5
Wanted:: M. F, 8 am 4.30 pm 2001 SW 18th Street $175 studio $199 1 BD $225 2 BD
1 10 82025.2 SUMMER SPECIALII!! Get'em while If* M/F N/S/ own room In 4/2 house.

11 Services'. By Mail: HOTI Walk 10 UFI POOL 3710769. 7-10- $160/mo/ + 1/4 utilities. Pets OK, 1 mileto

Use forms appearing weeklyin In The Pines 5-2 UF. Call 378-5572. Leave message.
12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry no cash by 6-21-4-5
Spacious 1,2 ft 3 Bedroom
Cozy 1 bdr. apt., close to campus t the
13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA or checks only. Apartment & Townhouse mall. $210/mo 3600 SW 20 Ave. II, 373- Roommate Needed for Summer B. Spyglass

Convenient to UF/Shand 7132. 7-3-3-2 Apt. Reduced rental rate avail
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 2 pool, tennis crt weight room, able. Call Fran at 305-983-5743. 7-5-6-5

15 personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard sauna, 2 laundry room. Efficiency and 1 bedroom apt. 1 block
ONLY. Five dollar minimum. Ask about 3 bdr specials $400 off
from campus. $ 35-70 per month. Call M now or tall. Small furnished apt in large
16 Connections M F 8.30 4 pm. 373-3371 Scott CAW Properties 376-2424. 7-10-5-2 home close to UF w/priv. entrance, bath

205 SE 16th Ave. cable, quiet, clean, patio, no pets, in non-
17 Notices Q How to correct 1/2 mile east of Main St. 2 bdr. townhouse party atmo. $225/mo utll. 378-2016.

18 Rides M-F96, Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4 1 blk. from campus 6-21-2-8 I
cancel ad: 8-20-25-2 $350/mo
your
19 Pets Call Rich 376-0743 eve*. 7-10-5-2 BRANDYWINE M n/a needed lor i
Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance 2bd/2ba (urn. condo. Pool, sauna, '
20 lost. ...., &,,Found. Cancellations. : to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ate. Dishwasher THE TOWERS Soar about the mundane; Jacuzzi, more. $160/mo + 1/4/ util. 374-
,.. ; Call 373 FIND Mon. Fri 8.4 pm. cent air.' Office: 411 NW 15th St. See UF from private balcony, newly renovated 4291 6-21-4-5
No refunds' can be given. 3717777. 7.12-5-2 1 bdrm'i. 207 NW 17th St. 371-
7777 7-12-5-2 M/F own room in 4BR house 2 blocks to
Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors: $199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL: campus $145/mo.1/5 util*. carport cel)-
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom, Pool, Tennis PETS OK tral heat, ale 336-0597' message. 61-' I
Call 373.FIND with any correction! before Sauna, Gym and more. .1 1 bdr duplex apt w/ yard, paddle 21-4-5
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY STONERIDGE APT. /am ft micro. Other home avail.
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 373-5018 7-12-5-2 ..OWN ROOM in big house. Wd

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected Offer valid to qualified application only doors, adJoin. bthrm, a/c. 8 bike to UF,
Ads mailed in-or placed at the ads will be extended one day. 8-20-19-2 4bdr/2ba'a.' house, huge fenced yard,central pet ok. For B.jun| 25-aug 25. $100/mo. I
No refunds or credits can be given after heat/ac, w/d./ Fans, cable, phone In 371-4258 6-21-4-5
Union or Shands may take placing the ad. Changes called in after BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS every room. Quiet neighborhood
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. 1 ft 2 bdr. by UF, College View Apt. 1105 I ''S/mo.: 335-2141 7322SUBLEASE LAURELS: Rmmt needed lor fall own. "
brand Call Natalie
NW 3rd Av. 371.7777. 6-21-6-2 bd/ba In 3bd/ba new apt.
may run for any length of time at 336-0956. 6-21-4-5 i
Customer error or changes:
and be cancelled at any time. Available now House/duplex 4 br 2 bth, 1 : I
Corrections must be made In at
person
1/2 mile south of UF, trees, fireplace, central ROOMIES needed Summer B only lor big
but there be no refunds -
Sorry, can The Alligator ollice. BEFORE NOON. heat/air, $600/mo. Call 376-6183 4 HOUSE/APT. orange ft blue I shuttered t house corner ol I
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. leave mas*. 6-21-5-2 Archer t 13 St' across from UF fully
furnished utilities Included washer/dryer
Sublet a room Wlndmeadow Apt. Sum
GRAD STUDENTS 3 bdrm 1 bath house 6 mer B til July 31, $200 mo + 1/4 util. call $225. Scott 335-9768. 6-21-3-5
blck from Univ $650 mo call Kevin 376- 3360397.62184NICE
5242 alter' 5pm 377-3852. 7-5-6-2 M/F/ ns. own room In 3 bdr/2 ba semi-lurn
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: FURN. SMALL SUITE house, $150/mo., 1/3 utll. Petsneg. Fall I

A 2 br., 2 bike to Norman Hall, vaulted Carpeted wall to wall option 338-1858. 7-3-4-5
1 FURNISHEDBdr A Vacation to Remember ceilings, Ig. bedrooms, tome utll. paid, no Good Bed
2 bd house on beautiful Swan Lake, pet, $250 373-8022 6-21-4-2 3722582. 6-21-3-4 Rockwood Villas 1/2 f n/s rmmts for fall. I
private beach, large deck, $235/wk. Mostly turn. w/d. tl40/mo( + 1/4 util.shared .I

kill living rm prlvlledge, most util. pd., Call 332-1748 Iv message. 7-3-2-1 Country living near 34 St. Plaza, 2 BR F to share 2 bdr during Sum B In Mill Run. $270/mo 1/3 util. own rm. 378-

summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. duplex, window covering, air, pets ok. Good deal on rent. Call 336-4455. 6-21- 4846. 7-3-4-5
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply// into 372-22S4/ 1 bdr in a 3 bdr house, $ 801mo + util. Avail. July 1. $275 3-4 WINDMEADOWS Fun, responsible F/M
375-8320. 7-3-4-1
371-4243. 8-20-25-1
rmmt for own br/ba In 3 br new phase apt !
FREE BR Sublet July ft August
JUNE 1 Apt.
Phoenix upstairs apt, carpet, mini', hookups C.1I338.8042. 6-21-3-5
fall >
Private entrance, nice br, kitchen & livingrm. FOR RENT dishwasher Clean$350/ $245/mo. w/l.... option for fall. for spring.

prlviledges, most utll. paid, summer : Hidden Village Apt*. 3761248. 6-21-2-4 Oakbrook luxury condo need 2 to 4 start

$145, fall $165/mo 372-2284. 8-20-23-1 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk SUGARFOOT OAKS Incredible bargain. dent 1175/person share or $300 pvt.
2 BR/1 1/2 BA, breakfast bar, dishwasher, Sublet available Summer B, Oak Forest bdrm; 10 mo. lease ok; walk to UF call

3 block 'from law school nice neighborhood to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280, hook-up, torn utilities paid. $325 apt, Own Bedroom, Furnished*, $150 375-6394. 7-5-5-5
for serious student, $180, no pet*. $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 1/4 utll, nag****0-904-862-1681 or
2 BDR
SW Townhouse 3 BR/1 1/2 BA, washer- .338-6732**** 7-5-4-4
335-2832 or 378-6376. 7-5-5-1 Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cat or dogs. Students Reserve your room for summer
Santa Fe Trace Apt. 3781190. 8-20-25- dryer, carpet drape, spotless. $480 and fall Treehouse Village turn or unlurn
A huge 1 br. 3 bike to UF library, newly Sublease lor summer B own bdrm In 2 bd/2 ba w/d Incl. ,170-275 MZ Property -
painted, much privacy, no pet, $195. 2 SOUTHWOOD Like new spacious 2 BR/ 2bdrm/lba Br.ndywine apt fully furnished Mgmt Inc. 375-0207. 6-21-3-5
373-8022 6-21-4-1 1 112 BA deck with fence, hook-up $400 $230 or best offer call 374-6950, 6-21-2-
Oak Glade Apt*. Near UF & VA, quiet
washer/dryer available In most unit for 4 .MARCHWOOO Condo**
.1 BR 225.00 9 blox to campua. Big 2BR Allowed. 18-28,1 ft 2 Bath KEY MANAGEMENT Upstairs room in 3 BR condo w/vaulted
Cat
Duck Pond 300.00. Furn studio 200.00. $20 mo. Sublet, Colonial Manor (rm 119)) 1216 SW ceiling $229 for 17x12 mbr w/ceiling Ian
8-20-
,2BR 3 blox to campus 2S5.00. Student, $250-$350, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 372.3060 2nd Ave bd/1 b. furn exc. location. July ft 2 closets.. N/S. Prefer very neat grad
,only 373-5663 8 to 6. 7-3-4-1 25-2 6-21-2-2 only $210 nego. Call 373-3609 before' tudent. Call Jennifer 372-6644/335.x'"
SPACIOUS 8:30: am after 6:30: pm. 7-5-4-4 9220. 7-10-6-5
Walk' I blocks UP CH/AC Share
ONE BEDROOM APT, Attractive&clean apartment,close to UF,
klt/bsthe 2 per room $120-125 each, ONLY 8263MO.LYONS avail Aug. 1 5. 1 yr. lease dep. No dog, REAL DEAL! Sublease-B own room In F N/S/ student' seeks ml/apt for SummerB
$ 71.200'lno. utll.' Prefer M grad atu- APT 495-9024. 8-20-16-2 nice 2 br/1 ba apt F/ns-June 25 to August and/or Fall. Only F w/o pets. Call Anne

dents. 371-8122 or 378-8682. 7-5-4-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 3774797 10 only $1001 Call- 336-7016, Iv ((305)983-2141) Leave message. 6-21-3-

8-20-25-2 1 BR 225.00 0 blox to campus. Big 2 BR messg. 6-21-1-4 5
Need N/S F rmmt to share 2BR/2BA apt. Duck Pond 300.00. Furn studio 200.00. 2
In Oakbrook for Summer B. .Completely Lg 2bdr/lba apt, ac, laundry, ceiling fan. BR 3 blox to campus 295.00. Student MUST SUBLET For Summer B 2 block BRANDY WINE*2 F/N/S needed to sharer
furn. for $ '0/mo utll. Call collect $325/mo w/new/ carpet $340, avail now only. 373.5883810 6. 73.42 from campus t 2 bdrm/2 bath End of room next fall, 2 bdr/i ba, fully turn-pool,
9047887732.) 7-5-4-1 ft Aug. 2023 SW 37th. Way. 375-7986. June (free Call 336-7891, 6-21-1-4 near UF, $170/mo 1/3 utll 373-0024.

7.5.4-2 Oasis' Apt 7-26-10-8
'2 BEDROOM APT. one blk behind Norman
near Archer t SW 34th St.
Hall (very close to campus) 378-3932 or Three Oak 3 bd, 2 bth ]Just 3 bike N ol 1 and 2 Bedroom No dog 5 ROOMMATESRoommates ''F N/S Stoneridge 2 BR/2 BA Aug 1 or

481-2166 $285/montt1.' 7-5-4-1 'UF, very, very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College From $350.00 month 377-3140 7-3M2-2 before' 1230.50. Call Cathy 336-5963

In Park Properties. 371-7777 7-12.5-2 Wanted Now to split $3501mo
LAKEWOOD VILLAS unfurn Ibd/lba House/duplex 4 br/ 2 bin. Name In the Polos bdr
Available now. your price : own In-
utilities. Wahr/dryr
a turn b4/3ba w/d, female, only $244 of UF tree, fireplace bath microwave d/w duplex plus Classifieds. .
1354 1 1/2 mile south w/pvt. : ,wa.h1dry,113 eluded! 3328718. 2243 SW 70 Terr., No
' mo.9 ..',utll 7-S-4-1& phone.- Anilimm.d central h.at/alr, $600/me. Call 376-6183. utilities. Will take best offer 335-4149 Iv pet. '.21. -1 Continued on next page.
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ROOMMATESNICE ROOMMATESMF FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALEMust


HOUSE central UF and Santa ft / to share deluxe 3BD/3BA in TENNIS Racket stringing. Also 2 Prince FULL & TWIN BEDS selll) Queen sofa bed, 'large framed
need one or two roommates, own room SPYGLASS beg In Aug Graphite 90 Series. 1 Wilson Pro Staff box spring ft mattress paintings Earth tones Prices neg. 378-
share bath 150/mo + 1/3 utilt open Jun 230/mos/ + 1/3 utll $150 each. Call Steve at 3322484. 6- $50 each cash 7470. 6-21-2-6
21 378.4585. 7-3-3 Call Chris/Robert at 372-6924 7-3-2-5 21-4-6 call anytime 373-01881I1v, mil 6-21-2-
6 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
M nIl/ to share furnished master bdrm Wanted F n/s to share 4 bdr apt MOVING MUST SELLII Matching beige brands are all at our New Location! Car
Sparrow Condos pool, tennis, clubhouie. l35/mo/ + 1/4 utll., close to campus, nice sofa, loveseat ft chr. grt. cond; 25' color MUST SELLI! sofabed, lamp endtable, Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
$105/mo + tee ph 332-0451 Gregg. 7.10. facilities Towne Park call collect 813- tv; men's 10 spd. bike call 3351223. 19' color tv w/stand full bed nightstand 2070. 8-20-25-6
5.5 595-0364 7104.5 6-21-4-6 headboard all neg. $. Call 335-6607. 6-
21-26 MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146
Responsible F/N/S to share brand new 2 2 rooms avail for Summer B. F, clean apt LAPTOP COMPUTER Editor's choice CompuAdd '* Northgste
bd/1 ba now In Pine Ridge. Fully 'lurn-just close to UF, price neg. Call QUICK. 336- TANDY I 1100FD Furniture for sale. Sleeper sofa, wall '* H P. Price same or lower than mall-
bring your bed. $190 + 1/2, 3757859. 4447 7.3.2.5BRANDYWINE. 640K Deskmate $495 units kitchen table, waterbeds coffee tables order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb
7-5-4-5 335-5396 6-21-4-6 etc. Excellent condition Call 336- ((28ms). graphics monitor. ...
Summer special. 6936. 6-21-2-6 MC 266/12 $1195 Packard Bell $1295,
N/S F grad needs rmmt. for Summer In $100/mo for own room + 1/2 ulll. $200 Bike Nlshlkl Trl A Equips 1 yr. old MC 386SX $ 495. Northgate 386/20 .
furnished NW home. Own bdr/study dep. FURN. 2 bdr/1 ba, Jacuzzi sauna Shlmano 600 components perfect cond. Beautiful black 'lacquer wall unit qn. 2399. PB 286 laptop ml hd & battery .
'I $100/mo + 1/2 utll. 372-9858 evenings. wt room, huge pool, 372-2857 Dennis. $500. Call Gerry 338.4095 or 373-7749. waterbed 8 bdr set, 2 small desks. Must $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb ft graphics
733.5 7.10.4-5 735.8 sell BO. John at 335-6603 or 3355924. monitor $970. 1 ft 3 year warranties.
I 6-21-2-6 Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer
N/S/ F serious student private bdr. In older Mature NSF needed for furnished 2/2 In CD'SI! Only 3 months old. $7 each. Rock $185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049.3743 W.
home 2 bike from UF-a/e lor Summer B. Pinetree Gardens 209/mo + 1/2 utilities. and Rap. Call 376-6611 7-3-5-6 Must sell to pay for car repair. Pioneer- University Ave. 8-9-25-6
Call 378-5897 or 378-1292 7.5.4.5 Available now thru Aug 91 Call 336-1360,
reverb ,
tuner, eq, amp processor
amp
Leave M.... 7-17-6-5 ATB Bike like new. Sacrifice. Call Laurie Scott-dual case 4(5-2670 79pm. FUTON & FRAME
F student to share 3 bd/2 ba housewvpool. 3320940. 7-3-5-6 300.00 7-3-3-6 From only $200/set. Call Al 373.3127. ,
NW area $195/mo + 1/3/ utll $145 + 1/5 utils m/f own room 1 block to 7-3-12-6

377.4495. 8.21.2.5 campus. House w/lawn service, centralac. Trek racing bikes great condition, one 400 For Sale: Gray padded waterbed $175
No pets. Lv message 336-0297 7- series $235; one 300 series $200. Call also 17ft. boat with Mere. 115 runs great. Crimestopper Car Alarms K-40 Radar Detectors .
Roommate Needed In Building A Right 10-45 Alan 336-6373. 7-5-4-6 Sansul Orion
3353787. 6-21-3-6 $2000. Cal at Sherwood Sony ,
near the pool. Great location The Laurels
Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat
call Dave at 3356743. 7.5.4.5 F n/s to share POOLSIDE LAKEWOOD SAN DIEGO R/T $1201 June 26th Aug TICKET TO N.Y. All Prices 3733754. 6-9246Handcrafted
VILLAS apt July 1 250 plus 1/3 util. or sub 10th or 1w.y. J.n.t 3354353. HURRYI Roundtrip from GainesvilleJuly
F Needed for own bedroom/bath In the SPYGLASS 2bdr 3368798. 6-21-1-5 6-21-3-6 13.15 $150 wooden birdfeeders. Different -
LAURELS-Summer B with option for Fall. Call 371-1687/leave a message 7-10-5-6 sizes available. $5 to $15 each. Free
For Info call Robyn at 336-0268.. 6-21-2-5 6 FOR SALE Custom-made bar w/2 barstools excellent seed with the first two sold Call J.R.
Own room In townhouse condition. $130. Call 373-6473 Iv. 5 black ft chrome table chairs. $5 each, between 7 pm and 10 pm 3751935. 8-211
message. 6-21-3-6 $20 set. Call 373-7479 leave message 5-6
1 blk from
campus TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 6-21-2-6
$200/mo utll. Incl.
Call Rich 376-0743 eves. 7-10-5-5 drives 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters. Fosgate punch-45 car stereo amp $145; 286 COMPUTER
Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 mtx 10' subs $100/pr obo; 2-way home MUST SELLI
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. speakers w/ 10' wools. All In excellent Fish tank, queen size bed, 2 desks bookshelf 12 mhz 49 MS harddrlve S 1/4 and 3
Cool, liberal f/m for own room In house 2
1/2/ floppy drive 14" VGA color monitor
Good machine for small type shop. System cond. 336-3955. 7-3-4-6 coffee table & misc. Dirt cheapl
blocks to uf $170/mo ft 1/3 utll. should
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font 335-6832. 6-21-2-6 1 yr warr, DOS 3.3, Microsoft Works
like smokers, cats & music. 375.1274 alt.
Do Shot Only 1795. ELITE 3351300.
disks $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
6pm. 6-21-2-5 PING-PONG
TABLE
373-9926 for more Info.
Must sell, In excellent cond. w/net/ ft pad
2 totally cool people looking for 3rd to dles. $75 or BO
share apt In OAKBROOK WALK (nit/ F, 3 mo. old Queen waterbed w/sheets/ and 3356627. 7-3-4-6
upperclassman) comforter $165 obo. Call 3354987. 7- DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
376-6635. 7-10-5-5 1286 **FURNITURE**
Good quality already cheap prices neg. by Trude Michel Jaffe
I Fall/spr. 1 nil upper dlv or grad for own Car speaker box w/ 2-15' bumpers $199. Call 335-4329 or 335-0800. 6-21-36
I bed/bath In fully (turn 2/2 condo In Brandy- Sansul 150 wan amp $149. New Yamaha ACROSS 2 Baseball family 31 Gentleman of 45 Father
wine. 9 or 12 mon lease. $275 mon + 35x2 amp $149. Call 336-1128. 6-21-4-6 FISHTANK: 39 gal salt H20 Incl: stand, 1 Summer 3 Playwright Granada Damien'svacation
sec. 375.4385. 7-10-55 filter pump, gravel, coral, heater light. site Connelly 33 Gushes concern
I MOPED for sale 1987 Tomos Low miles
Asking $150. Also have coffee table and
Reckwood: Villas nil/ f for own turn bd/ba great condition new parts also dresser set end table $150 both papism $40, 2 day'' 5 Aspired 4 Continues 36 Primary 46 Amphibian
I Start Aug 1 or fall thru spring $250 + 1/3 for sale prices negotiable call 3781229. bed/couches both $150. 3355065. 6- 10 In the distance 5 Confirm textbooks 47 Hence
utI!. Call Pam 3354469. 7-31-10-5 6-21-4-6 21-3-6 14 Winged 8 Sultan's decree 37 Uses a ruler 48 Deal with a

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FOR SALEFor FOR SALE FOR SALE MOTORCYCLES AUTOS

sale, : couch. loveseat. dining room Safari' Audio la Gainesville's newest a finest IBM-pcw/30mhd, 2-5 1/4 'fdr. 8087 copro. GS450GA 1982 Suzuki motorcycle 85 Toyota 4x4 In good condition, many
table Chain.' GREAT CONDITION In car audio cellular ft security. cga, color mon printer: all for $1200 only Great shapelow miles extras, $7000 obo 374-8979 ask for
*everything must go* Call 377-8287 8- Custom Installation & repairs. 336-1128. call 371-4717 or 392-4715 ask 'for Danllo. Like newmany extras Steve. 6-21-2-9
21-2-6 821.1011WORD 7-8-3-6 $1400 C.1I377.754321.78
1984 Ford Escort Very good condition.
BIG SCREEN 40 Mitsubishi Rear Projection PERFECT 5.1 waterbeds, fridge, desk a chair 'for sale. Orange and Blue Insurance now covers Graduating! MUST SElLI! $1500 372-
TV. Great picture. $97$. Call 3719824. Call 377-5150 for more Info.' 6-21-1-6 motorcycles! Low rates, low payments, 4621 call after 8 pm. 6-21-2-9
&.21-1.& Student/Faculty/ Price $13S safe rider discounts, fast' drive-thru service -
Call ELITE 3351300. 7-3-10-8 BIKE FOR SALE Year old Peugeot new 377-2277 6-21-9-6 1980 VW rabbit .4 door runs great, new
Wat bed desk sofas, chain' dartboard $250 now $100. Twin b.d.llk. new only tires, new clutch stereo, excellent gas
w/llght, frldg end tablet, tv, bikes, CAR ALARMS Installed remote control $25 call 336-4001 7-3-2-6 1983 Kawasaki 750 LTD like new condition mileage, must sell I'm graduating. $800
moped 'fish tanks, shelving, c.r. A house any car truck or van 'fully guaranteed will low miles, garage kept, $1800. call Obo 37211584.21.2.8
lull of neat ilutf. 37S-6836 6-21-1-6 demo. Call 336-9193 .Iud.nllv. mes- 377-8536 after 6 pm. 7-3-6-8
sage. S-20-21-6 7 REAL ESTATEDuplex ACURA INTEGRA CAR COVER from'
MOVING. Selling sleeper sofa, dbl bed Red Honda Spree '87 + helmet good condition Acura dealer. Like newt! W/chain ft storage -
dresser, bookcase and large desk. Call Furniture 4 sale. Excellent condition! $600 obo. Willing to negotiate! bag. $85 OBO. 3359764. 7-10-5-9
373-6465, leave message. Prices negoc. couch leather chair coffee table-etc. for sale-, bed 1 1/2 bath. Phoenix C.1I338-05117leav. Message. 6-21-5-8
6-21-1-8 Call now leave message 3353780. close to campus, 'full kitchens, callLarry AMC JEEP CJ7 Renegade 1960. two
Prices n.goc.21.78 or Nina 371-8141 or 1-800-654- SCOOTER FOR SALE. Excellent cond. tops, new clutch brakes and tires,others.
4 SALE 55 Gal. and 20 Gal. saltwater 4544. 6-21-7-7 up to 40 mph. 88 Honda Elite SO helmet Runs great. $2500 obo. Call Jeff 395-
Aquarium. Also Lefty' Spalding golf Trek 8000 ALUMINUM MTN BIKE MINT & manual' 'for only $600. Call 336-9422. 7100. 7-10-5-9
clubs. Call Rob 373-3659 6-21-1-6 PERFECT condition 1990 MODEL By owner, 2000 sq 'ft spacious pool home, 6-21-4-8
DEORE DX Lots of Extras MUST SEE 1 mile to UF, nice NW area 2818 W. Univ. 1984 Plymouth Reliant wagon 48,000
Must Sell! Roundtrip airline ticket to Albany MUST SELL 371-7457 $600 OBO. 6-21- Ave. 83000. Appt to see call 376-6183 1981 Suzuki GS450L, 2 new tires newbattery miles A/C auto transmission, very good
NY 'from Orlando. July 10-30/1110 4-6 leave message. 6-21-6-7 8,800 ml., good cond., $700 firm, cond. Must sell! Asking $3200. Call
Please call 378-8784. 7-3-2-6 37&027021.28 372-5714 382-0615.. 6-21-1-9 #.,.
Harman Kardon receiver 30 WPC $150 Treehouse Village. Like-new 2 BR 2 BA
EXERCISE BIKE. Punturl exec ergometer technics turntable $25 1960s Jukebox condo. Fully (turn, bus to Univ. $59,900. 1976 Toyota Corona, ac, stereo/cast
w/ipenco saddle, ridden only 125 ml. w/many records $600 obo. 3744291. 6- Marie 377-8899. Watson Realty Corp. 7- 9 AUTOS good tires, exo. condo must sell, $950
Cost $220 sell $125. 375-6911 M-W 7- 21-4-6 19-8.7 obo. Call Nina or Farhad 3769039. 6-
3-2-6 1965 Chevy Spectrum very clean, runs 21-1-9
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY!) Entire 8 MOTORCYCLESScooter good 5 spd, stereo, ate, tinted windows,
Futon bedroom/living room set. Excellent wood bdr. set: headboard (full' ), 2dr. $2700 neg. Call 336S6223352716/ 1984 Renault Clean. Gold New Paint
condition beautiful heavy wood $500 nightstand, 4dr. desk w/chair Ig. 5-dr. leave message. 7-5-5-9 runs good. $1600 obo. MARY 462-
OBO 377.724&21.1..' dresser, full size box spring w/mattress, for sale, 1986 Spree, only $300. 2542 8-5p.m. 7-5-3-9
black kitchen tbl. w/4 chairs, glass coffee Call Desiree at 336-6480 Iv. message 7- 84 PONT FIERO- Blk 4 sp. sunroof,
For sale student desk (ok) $20. Ivr. arm table, black tv stand wglass doors 6 pc.adj. 3.2-8 power, cruise good cond. Great sports 1983 HONDA CIVIC S sp. 75,000 ml.
chair $30, stereo cabinet$20, ss waterbed gray couch. Call All 335-5747. 6-21- car. Call 335-4044 after' S or Ive msig. Avail. 7/6 a/c stereo. Excellent condition.
$50. small wall unit (ok) $20. Call 332- 4-6 Red 1087 Honda Aero Scooter with hel 62139CHEVY $3000 Call 336-4795 leave message. 7-
0793 b'or.0' pm. 62116For met. Exc. condition low miles. $500. 5-3-9

Ping-pong tbl, pool/game tbl. end tbls, coffee Call 336-8332. 6-21-1-8 LAGUNA 76 1981 Honda Accord LX front damaged,
Sale4 drawer Dresser perfect for any tbl. dining tbl with pews queen MANY NEW PARTS (CARB TIRES)
condition, good 'for parts Call for Info' at 374-4762.
Pusch
1979 Moped
bedroom perfect' condition ISO/best offer waterbed wall xtras, Victorian couch ft great $500
Evenings after 9 afternoons b/w 123.
pm
deal at only (150, call Kevin at
6-21- super CALL FOR DETAILS 373.4448.212.-
call Tom 335.45171..ve message. chair. All are solid wood A beautiful! 6-21-5-9
335-4285 after 3:00: &-21+8 9
1-6 Leave message 3357473. 6-21-2-6
Monte Carlo S3 1983 must..
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size washer Dryer $200.00
II OBO call 336-0289 6-21-5-9
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"K THURSDAY JUNE 21,1990

WANTED TYPING SERVICESYOU HELP WANTEDGIRLS 15 PERSONALSSAVE PERSONALSSKYDIVE


Wanted: Cara-Trucka WRITE, WE TYPE WANTED
For Salvage, running/not running, Business Legal Personal Reports From Jacksonville & surrounding areas, ON RAYBANS Skydive with the Willi.ton Skydivers 336-
wrecked, etc. 371.1578. Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. between the ages of 9-19, to compete In University Opticians 7970. 82018.15
We Buy and More. 8-9-15-10 G'vllle 300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480
Handicapped Typing this year's Miss Pre-Teen, Jr. Teen &
378-7179. Teen 1990 Jacksonville Pageants. Over 8-20-25-15 Craig? with mother named Volvo Your
Anyone who has taken Conservation of' 82025.12 $15,000.00 In prizes & scholarships Including uncle Lt. James Grayion used to live in
Resources or Face of' Florida via correspondence an all expense paid trip to Nationals AUTO INSURANCEVERY Hurst, IL. He gave my grandfather Dr.
with B+ or better, call 335- Typing reports A business F129H in Orlando, Fl. Call for Information, LOW PRICES Burkhart his medal & patches from
0875. 7-10-4-10 legal resumes cassettes transcribed -800-345-2330 ext. 2111. 7.5.7.13 Students welcome! Call today Sunshine WWII. My mother wants to return them to
application letter notary ..tc. State Ins:3719696. 8.202515GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI a member of the 'family. Please provide

11 SERVICESNW Available 24 hours/7/ days/372-2777 INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FBI, CIA, US last name A address. Call R.B. 800-835-
82025.12 Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call 6285. 7-10-7-15
Ext. K-d486. 7-17-6-13 1800 Gun Inventory
1(805)-687-6000( )
Mini storage at 1.75 & NW 39th Ave MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full Over 500 handguns stock Stringing at EZ Tennis ready within 24 hrs
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 'from ft self service computing. Typing starts @ CLINICAL ASSOCIATE Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair Cheaper, better & faster than most
$20, 10% disc to students. 332-8917. 8- 1.50/pg A Resumes $6 Self service Certification a* an advanced Registered Reloading Supplies 466-3340 store Period. 3722257. 8-9-15-15

2025.11 resumes $2.50/hr .15/page./ Laser Nurse Practitioner In accordance with Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer
typeset graphics spell check theses Florida Statutes 464; or certification as a 8 ml. South of G'vllle on 441 How many store will sell good shoes for
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS papers special characters employment Physician's Assistant In accordance with ALSO INDOOR PISTOL RANGE $2999 1. EZ Tennis 372-2257 2. EZ
databases A mailmerge training. Florida Statutes 458. Salary is negotiable. HANDICAP FACILITIES Tennis 34th St Plaza 3. EZ Tennis of
WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 8-9. 8-9-24-15 Gainesville. 8-9-15-15
1233 NW 10th Ave. 25-12
372-1664 SENIOR PSYCHOLOGISTMust Free Membership to Let's Get Physical Come & try Rollerblade skate free Sat
MC/VISA/lnsurance/ Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable be a graduate of' an accredited college when you sign a yrs lease at the FrederIck 6/23, 113. Rollerblade factory rep on
** Free Pregnancy Test service. Reasonable rates. Laser with a Doctorate' Degree, with at Garden Apia. Come by and see us. hand to answer questions ft assist In testIng .
Member printer. 377-8175 til) 00pm.: 82025.12 least one year of supervisory Internship We have 1 bdr apts. available now startingat the skates. Braslngton'a Trail Shop
National Abortion Federation experience and 2 years of professional' $300. Stop by we're close to campusat 372-0521,2331 NW 13 St. 6-21-3-15
8-20-25-11 Word Processing. Typing, Bkkping ft No experience. Salary I I. negotiable. 1130 SW 16 Ave or call us at 3727555.
tary. Grad school exp. Prof quality 15 6-21-4-15 SPAIN STUDY ABROAD
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? yrs exp. Spelling ckd. NW section. REGISTERED NURSE College credit. University of Salamanca.Live .
Get confidential' testing and treatment at Dawn 332-3913. 8-20-25-12 Mutt be Florida licensed or eligible. Salary HEADACHES BACKACHES w/Spanlsh 'family. Academic pro
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8- commensurate with experience. SPORTS INJURIESCHIROPRACTIC grams available year-round. Free Bro.
20-25-11 TYPING- Near Butler Plaza. Fast, accu- chure. CONTACT: BSA, 2802 E.

rate service. Call 373.0134. 8202512. Forward resumes to or call: Cross City WORKSI I Madison, Suite '160 Seattle, WA 98112.

** GATOR MOVING ** Correctional Institution, Personnel' Dept., Students may be covered by parents ((206)) 726-1498. 7-26-10-15
Put It In Writing. Fast accurate, reliable health Insurance.
PO Box 1500, Cross City, 32628-1500,
Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Paeklng/ 1- service. Master In English will check 125 EOE/AA./ 7-17-6- North Florida Chiropractic and Massage. ANTIGUA CARNIVAL Aug. 2.8 $350 Inc.
)Item/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves./ Long dl*. spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 3731937. 8-9- ((904)498-5576 13 ) ext 375-3668 membership In 15th Meridian club. Great

Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 8-20-25-11 24.12 6-21-12-15 trips to unusual Caribbean destinations
Call 376-1301 for Info. 7-5-5-15
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near Journalism major; Weekly newspapernear
Gainesville needs Set CASH FOR YOUR BIKE
boarding woodser 'facilities campus. Dependable, quality service. your own hour*. Payment your by byline.the article. We pay top dollar for cruisers and Mtn. 50% off aerobic wear sale- tights, tops,
hay rides parties sales working Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
Call Nick 3-5 p.m. Friday (only) 528-6397 Bikes. Bike and More 2133 NW 6th St. tanks, briefs. Selection Includes Items for
students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080. 373-4464 7511.12
8-20-25-11 or 528-5500 after 7 p.m. 6-21-1-13 3736574. 6-21-12-15" ladies ft merit I EZ Tennis 372-2257 34 St.
Plz. 8-8-15-15
We Beat Everybody's Prlc.11IRelum..L."er..Reports !
ADVERTISING Prlcebuster shoe saleladies
SALESPERSONSet and m.nl!
Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms. etc.
own hour Part-time advertisIng Tennis, running, FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
your cross-training-great selection
Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or Alachua Word Processing
sales for weekly newipaper. Creative 'from $29+. EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza. Serving UF sine '1877
Highway Patrol 462-5127, 462-4311. 8- 378-5465. A A Established since 1985
20.22.11 work. Good 'for your resume. Close to 8915.15 Most Insurance accepted
82021.12 Gainesville. Commission negotiable. 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.

Advertising' major preferred.' Call Nick 3- Dear Kathy, Dr. Steven Schargel
*SUNBELT MOVING* ...RESUMES*** 5 It to at Let'a Get 373.7070
p.m. Friday (only) 528-6397 or 528- was great see you Phye-
Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. Complete writing ft development ser 5500 after 7 p.m. 6.21.1.13BUSINESS leal. That'a cool that you can get one 8-20-21-15
1- Item House 'full. Local/Lng/ dlst.LipIns. vices. Resume House 371-8148. 8-9- year free membership 'for signing a year
/:/ Priced for Students! Marty 375hfoVE 20.12 lease at The Frederick. One bedrm. **Jennifer P. & Jacky D.; Thanx 4
8-20-21.11 starts at $300. Call 3727555. being the BEST roommates evert( I'll always
**ACE WORDPROCESSING* Sally remember your! KITI Luv, Lynns-

I will do your library research 'for you. Resumes, term papers, dissertations, 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 7-17-16-15 *** 6-21-2-15
((813)831.7549) PO Box 320932 Tampa Fl. legal, technical. 335-7064 7-5.10-12
33679 7-19-12-11 terminals ft pc's, buy, sell, Sale on ladles' tennis clothing- short, Life size portrait bust for home or office
13 HELP WANTED trade, rent ft repair. Great prices, QUALITY shirts skirts 25% off! Great selection- from photos + sittings. Joe Reds sculptor
ONE STOP DENTISTRY CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 8-20. Tennis 34 St Plaza 3722257. 8-9-15-15 440 SE 2nd St. acres 'from Louis Eve +
Accepting new pta, em erg. adult cleaning 25-14 Wkend. 6-21-1-15
$30, child $20 Dear Barbara,
((4)) wisd. tee $350 ((3)) wisd. tee $275 PASTE-UP ARTISTSNow Independent Distributors wanted with opportunity Sorry I missed you during the week break, Unique slogans on 100% cotton T-shirts,
((2)) wisd. tee $225. accepting application for paste-up for advancement to area regional but while I was In town I found my placefor ADULT THEMES. For free catalog, PO
Nitrous oxide. Accepting MC, V, AE artists for Alligator Advertising. Good experience and national' director positions. the summer & fall. Frederick Gardensat Box 50585 Ft. Meyers FL 33905 719715 -
Must bring coupon, up to ((4)) people for graphlcs/advertlsing/art/ majors Fantastic Income opportunity for motivated 1130 SW 16 Ave. They even have
H.T. Gonsoulin, DDS 372-9521 6-21-5- or others with similar interest.. Individuals! Our goal Is to put gold some reduced rates 'for the summer. Call
11 Experience preferred' but will train qualified back in the hands of the American people. today at 3727555. Tall BM desire secret relationship with
applicants. Flexible hour Dependability Our commitment Is to help you get your Love you, skinny WM less than 160 Ib* write Bob
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC an absolute must. Interviews will share) For more Info call 904-665-9077 or Richard PO Box 1591 Palatka FL 32178. 7-12-5-
Serving UF since 1977 begin July 12; you must be available for 338-5088, and ask for Mark. 6-21-4-14 7-17-16-15 15
Most Insurance accepted training July 19Aug. 8, and be able to
2 blocks 'from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. work over break, Aug. 17-23. Fill out an
Dr. Steven Schargel application at 1105 W. Univ. Ave, 9-4 pm. I & 9= IRE MC1ILE' GOLDFISH .
373-7070 No phone calls, please. AA/EOE. by Brett Schroeder. .

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AVON 3758967Sell IT SEEMS THE CATHOUC. A YOU WERE POSSESSED I DIPN'TMEAN 60T THE
NAILS NAILS NAILS Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. CNURc41 HAS/ PERFORMED BY DEMONS? A YEAH. I -POSSESS" AS HECK OQT OFIN
Full Sets Acrylic or Gels with Tips 22.95. B.n.fltlln.uranc.. 8.20.25.13
ANOTHER SU C. 5SFcLEXORCJSM FARMER? ON HIS "OWN" THERE TNOu611,
Manicures 8.00. Call June or Teresa ,
3782200. 7.3.5.11 EARN oM A POSSESSED NOT BY DEMONS.BY I WAS IN AFTER HIS WIFE

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While many athletes struggle to adaptto the weirdBaseball
a higher level of competition after usingup
their college eligibility, former UF track
star Dennis Mitchell says he has JW is a strange game Don't IW'M' '\t,.
trouble making the switch from it? ESPN says so every night.
to independent sprinter.But Still disagree? Check out the weird i hi) then again, Mitchell isn't happening on major league fields! ,u :<"/ -
athlete. America (and parts of Canada) as ttw 'ml i:'<1
He is a man who represented the point of the 1990 season nears.
States in Seoul, Korea, in the 1988 Already we've seen three nohitu-ix\ ,?
pics placing fourth in the (}. n t.a t.t t. flirtation with the .400 barrier and ihe .nv:
dash and running the front leg of Mis
at
stage a possible run Roger
United States' 1,600-meter relay home run record.Of .
He is a man who won 12 -
course, normality lingers in v.mm'
honors as a Gator. places. The Braves, for example, m -:i!:
He is a man determined to be awful.
short-distance runner in the nation.
"The best driving force since Dim !
Gregg; c
school is trying to achieve that
sprinter ranking in the country, BLEACHER;
Mitchell, who now serves as an BUMThe
coach for the UF track team.
With that goal in mind, Mitchell most perplexing start belongs i 10:11':
to California last week for the Phillies' Len Dykstra, who has made himself
doors, where he took third in the at home at the .400 level after year. .,'
fifth in the 200. struggling to hit .280. The Mets muIn; .-
Mitchell said the meet helped wondering why they ever traded him ::11'.1\\
him for this summer's Goodwill Equally surprising has been the power'
Seattle."I t of Detroit's Cecil Fielder,one year remove'('!
want to establish myself as a from the Japanese Leagues, two !To'n
the sprint," said Mitchell. "The Toronto's bench. Fielder leads the n1 "
on their events." Canseco's second-place 20.
Two-time Olympian Carl Lewis Fielder, baseball's version of CI1".I..
ently still has that stronghold. He Barkley, also tops the majors with 5l!> I Rid 1
Mobil 100 in 10.06 seconds. and ranks among American League le.iic( ,
a 10.26.If with a .329 average. His play has ken.
Mitchell is to wrestle the title ; Detroit from completely disappearing int I t M'-
from I Lewis, he must maintain It':4" '-; American League East.
physical form. As a UF coach, g Nolan Ryan supplied a year's worth <4>:
access to the team's training goose bumps when he tossed a no hiLI"
has been using them to stay fit. against Oakland. Ryan had been ripped ''n*
"This year, in comparison to last five times out and written off as
seasons, I'd say I'm right on the hill before no-hitting the world chair
little bit ahead," Mitchell said of his pion A's.While.
ical condition. Ryan's no-hitter may serve as the
Judging from his ALLIGAIOn rHOIO capping of a Hall of Fame career, Randy
UF, Mitchell should be a force meters at the 1988 Olympics. Johnson's gem might signal the beginningof
year. Those accomplishments : another.
Winning every event he SEC's Commissioner's Trophy in Johnson, the 6-foot-10 giant of a Seattle
during the 1989 outdoor season until to the top scorer at the SEC Mariner, was labeled a can't-miss prospect
disqualified from the 100 for a false Championships. years ago while in the Montreal farm system !
at the NCAA championships the as an independent, Mitchell has to but had showed only occasional
meet of the year; harder.That is the stumbling flashes of brilliance.
Helping the Gators to second many athletes advancing from Blessed with intimidating size and fastball
the 1989 SEC Outdoor level,but Mitchell hasn't had Johnson's June 2 no-hitter against De
winning the 100 and 200 and with it. troit sparked a 4-0 stretch where his ERA
400 and 1,600 relay teams to ; hovered around 1.50.
And breaking six individual always been a very self-motivated Here's an early-season suggestion that
cords and two SEC records. Mitchell said. "The transition the Cubs' Andre Dawson and Ryne
Mitchell then surprised the track tough for me." Sandberg be considered for the National
League MVP, despite Chicago's last-place
standing in the East.
I While it's not surprising that Sandbergand
.Interested Arkansas SEC's not
says readyThe Dawson have dragged the Cubs to their
27 wins, it is rare that one team boasts two
University of Arkansas said it is inter- Broyles said. "Therefore, the proceduresmay Two UF track and cross country team triple crown threats. Sandberg is hitting
ested in joining the Southeastern Confer- move rather slowly." members were charged Tuesday with a se- .337 with 19 homers and 45 RBI. Dawson'sline
ence, but Arkansas Athletic Director Frank Arkansas Chancellor Dan Ferritor said ries of car break-ins during May and June, reads .339, 17 and 49.
Broyle- aid a merger may take longer than Arkansas and SEC officials will meet as soonas Gainesville police said. Perhaps not surprising, but a tad disap-
was first expected. schedules permit. Arkansas is a charter pointing, has been the play of the Yankees'
member of the Southwest Conference. Distance runners Todd Orvis, 19, and Deion Sanders. Sanders chose to give base-
Adam Hausman, both 19, reportedly broke
ball another try after a successful spring
UAA approves expansionThe into several cars at Hawaiian Village Apart-
AROUND University Athletic Association gave ments where the training.
pair are roommates, ac-
Since being called to the majors, though,
SPORTSBroyles preliminary approval Wednesday to begin cording to police.
Sanders has (O-for-24
fizzled. Mired in an
expanding the north end zone at Ben Hill
Griffin Stadium in November. Mets sign ex-Gator slump, it's gotten so bad for the ex-FSU
blames the possible delay on the Former UF pitcher Todd Douma signed defensive back that New York fans booed
SEC's failure to discuss any action beyondthe The $11 million project includes terrace with the New York Mets Tuesday. Douma, him off the field after he dropped a fly ball,
original expansion. seating and space for academic purposes. who played two years with the Gators, trans- allowing two Toronto runs to score.
"They have not discussed transition," Pair charged with grand theft ferred to Arizona State after last season. Expect to see him with the Falcons soon.