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Alcohol tax upsetsCustomers bar, restaurant owners

may pay higher liquor prices,

but surcharge excludes package storesBy

DEBBIE CENZIPER raise his prices anyway,but now the
Alligator Staff Writer tax will force him to raise them I
probably double what he had
Local bar and restaurant owners planned.
say the new state tax on cocktails, And the most frequent
beer and wine will cost them more customers of bars and restaurants
than just a few cents on each drink. -students-say they will have no
The tax, which went into effect choice but to accept the increases.
Sunday, will force owners to raise UF business administration ju-
their liquor prices. The owners say nior Craig Glasser said the tax is
customers may be inclined to stay unfair, but it won't affect busi-
home and. .not.pay high prices. nesses.
r.j. Ul Kiiey'sowner "It's going to
Jim II'nA be done, and I
Meyer said he J ",ey re just hitting t don't think it's

must now raise the little men, and going to have
the price of a much affect, especially -
pitcher of beer package stores will in
by 75 cents and Gainesville in ,
raise their
prices .ice
a mixed drink anythe summer,"
by 25 cents. way. Glasser said. f
And he said the But senior
worst part is Jim Meyer Adam Drum said Y X
that customers ?d'$ 4 '
P.J. O'Riley's owner th.etaxprobably p
will view the will cause stubarsandrestau V

.. dents to drinkrants .
not the government as more liquor before they go out, ,
the bad guys. rather than spend more money at zr
He also called the tax discriminatory bars. 4 :
because it only applies to bars State Rep. David Flagg, D- '' i k
and restaurants, not package Gainesville, said the tax originallywas t tI
stores, which he said sell much directed toward package
more liquor. Although Meyer said stores, but legislators thought the
he is not against the tax, he said impact would be too extreme. In a
more money can and should be compromise, legislators decided to
raised by taxing package stores. only tax places that served liquor,
They're just hitting the little Flagg said.
said. "And package I
men, Meyer
Flagg also said many of his con-
stores will raise their prices
stituents said if legislators had to
way. pass another tax, it should only be
Billiards & Club
Players Sports
on non-necessities such as tobacco
Gannon said another yam
owner Jim reason -
and liquor.
why owners are protesting is
because they weren't told about the Flagg said he is scheduled to
tax until after it passed in Florida'sLegislature. meet with bar and restaurant own-
Gannon said he re- ers July 13 to discuss the tax and
ceived a letter five days before the what can be done about it in the
tax passed and didn't have enough next legislative session, althoughhe's
time to object to it. not promising anything can be
"Everything (the Legislature) done at all.
raises is a secret until it happens," He also said he's going to encour-
Gannon said, as he compared the age owners to get involved with the
alcohol tax to other increased taxes Florida Hotel and Restaurant Asso- 1 t. ANN/ / i>IOOUAHL(-ALLIuHiOK
such as car registration costs. ciation so they will have a stronger Cam! Pecaut, 22, left, and Adam Brum, 22, paid more for beer Sunday evening at the Purple
Gannon said he was planning to voice in legislation. Porpoise due to the new alcohol tax.

Music, fireworks: to light up Bandshell tonight I

UF Bandshell. scheduled for today so it wouldn't she said. tional, the Gainesville Brass Quin-
By PATRICIA LEE Fanfares is the only Gainesville conflict with the city's activities. "We brought it back because tet, Barbergator Chorus and Docsof
Alligator Writer fireworks celebration this year. With six local music groups and there was so much interest from Dixieland a group of local
It's only July 3,but UF is gettingan The Jaycees, who sponsored fire- lots of open space, Wagner urged the staff and the community," physicians. The Gainesville Com-
early start on its holiday cele- works shows the last three years, people to bring a picnic. Wagner said."It's good for the kids munity Band also will perform.A .
brations. did not have enough money for a ""The last show brought 15,000 and the family. It will be an eveningof fireworks show will be provided
"Fanfares and Fireworks," the show Wednesday, said Jaycees people to the Bandshell," Wagner patriotic American music with a by American Fireworks, the
old-fashioned Fourth of July cele- chairwoman Mary Brownlee.Sue said.The really nice finale." same company hired the last few
bration sponsored by WUFT-FM, Wagner, acting director of last time UF held "Fanfaresand The Gainesville Jazz Orchestra years to do fireworks for Gator
WUFT-TV and Alachua General communications for WUFT, said Fireworks" was 1986, but the kicks off the evening and will be Growl, UF's homecoming pep
Hospital, will start at 6 p.m. at the the Fanfares celebration was' radio station was the only sponsor, (followed: by Harmony Interna- rally., }
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. VOLUNTEERSChaperones II Lake Wauburg.It's .,

for sailing
needed for camp-outs in GainesvilleJuly Counselor aide needed at halfway house for delin- itot just rniy

13 or July 20 from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m. Campers quent girls ages 13-18. Early evening and weekend
include girls age 6 or older. Staff person will be thereto opportunities are available to help with recreation, Picnic Areas
assist volunteer chaperones. transportation or other scheduled activities. Orienta-

Ceramic shop assistant wanted to help staff run tion provided.Fire Fishing
and manage a complete ceramic program for in- department administrative aide sought to as-
dividuals in a mental health support group. Activities sist staff with tasks such as typing, answering phonesand '

include molding, firing and glazing. Select a 4-hour remaining on duty when staff is dispatched to an \
block any weekday. alarm.
Gift shop attendant needed to greet and assist Gerontology/psychology majors needed to work

visitors in museum gift shop. Help is especially with senior clients in a mental health program. N Barbeque Facilities
needed Monday and Friday from 1 to 5 p.m. Volun- Several job descriptions to select from. a .
teers must feel comfortable making change and usinga For information write or call The Volunteer Center, t
cash register. P.O. Box 14561, Gainesville 32604,378-2552. u T
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to meet:The Amnesty International ing a day-long 'Beach Volleyball positive. The group will run through
campus group will meet Tournament and Tug-of-War July 4 Summer C. Call Linda Lewis, 392-
tonight at 6 at Joe's Deli, 1802 W. at Lake Wauburg. Sign-up in Florida 1171. Nine miles south of campus on 13th Street
University Ave. to write letters and Gym Room 214 by July 3. Call 392. Volunteers needed: The Florida Call 466-4112 or 392-0581 for more information.
discuss fall campaigns. Call 371- 0581. Association for Community Action
to all U.F. students staff faculty or
9586. Beach, part 2: The Recreational urgently needs volunteers to help Open spouses.
Quake relief: Iranian students are Sports Department is also holding a answer a state-wide toll-free Hunger One fee or staff card needed per car.
accepting donations of tents, free, day-long 'One-Stop Shopping Hotline. Call Lisa from 8 am. to 5 Sponsored by the College of Health and Human Performance and Student Govt

medicine, blankets, lighting and Day for students, faculty and their p.m., 378-6517.
money for the earthquake victims in families July 4 at Lake Wauburg. Defend yourself: Anyone inter.
Iran. For details contact the Islamic Earn certificates in windsurfing, ested in self-defense and martial arts
Center of Gainesville, 372-1980, or swimming and sailing. Fee card re- is invited to the Women's Gym ATTENTION STUDENTS !
Hamid, 3788475 or 392-6489. quired for each group. Call 392-0581. where Isshinryu, a practice of self-
Effort for Chiles: Students for Give K a allot: UF students can get defense, will be taught by a black-
Chiles will meet tonight at 6 in Reitz the second state-mandated measles belt instructor every Monday, Student Health Care Center (the Infirmary)
Union Rooms 34647. The meeting vaccination at the Student Health Wednesday and Friday afternoon
will be attended by the Alachua Care Center every summer weekday from 4:30: to 6.
County Steering Committee. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 392-1161, It's anonymous: The student We will be open on Sundays from
Everyone is welcome. Call Randy, ext. 309. group of Alcoholics Anonymousmeets
Noon 4 8th 5th
July August
3367711.A Support group: Student Mental every Thursday night at 8:30: pm
day at the beach: The Recrea- Health is forming a confidential sup. in Reitz Union Room 357. Call Pat,
We will be closed 12th
tional Sports Department is sponsor- port group for students who are HIV 335-1796. August

Fall semester hours will begin on

August 19th
Why did the chicken cross the road? U

/ Take this opportunity to get your required
second measles vaccine shot before the fall
students return.


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'All-in-One' card makes long-awaited debutBy

Alligator WriterA

former student body president -
has fulfilled a 1/2-year-old
campaign promise to bring a .
multi-purpose student ID card to '

The "All-in-One" ID cards
Scooter Willis promised while
running for student body presi-
dent in 1988 are finally available
after he developed the computer /
program and hardware design. '
"It's been long haul from startto
finish," Willis said. "But UF is '
now on the leading edge of tech- ; -

Lyn White, the ID card coordi- ,
nator, said Willis's electronic ex-
pertise saved UF a lot of money.
"Wil'i.. donated both his computer v M. I
program and technical work ./
to UF," White said. "The corn ':
puter program alone saved us
from spending $17,000 on soft I?I
ware for each of our 10 computer

White said students will be ableto
pay their fees,check out library
books and eat at UF cafeterias
with the new ID cards.The cards
will gradually be expanded to re-
place the Gator Dining Service
cards, Infirmary cards, football
ticket coupons, credit cards and \I
dormitory room keys, she said.
White also Is working on plansto
install special vending ma-
chines that will accept the cards "
so students can buy snacks. }

UF will pay Willis and his firm,
CDS Engineering, $12,000 to t
work on the ID cards for the next
six months. CDS will provide :
see Card, page 9 James Agnew, a junior in business from Jacksonville, poses for a computer photo for his "All-in-One") card Monday afternoon.

I Infirmary- adds hoursBy I UF officials may get pay raise ,I

DEBBIE CENZIPER weekends because they may not It also states that the salary
know other medical servicesin By !
Alligator Staff Writer any ranges for all of Florida's university Where the bucks are
the area, Browne added. Alligator Staff Writer f
presidents don't meet competitive These university officials '
UPs Infirmary will be open.for Infirmary Director Boyd Kellett Some of Florida's top education national markets. But Reed and look well-paid, but the
a few hours on Sundays during said ,he decided to extend Infirmary officials may get raises in an effortto Humphries should be given top may
Board of will review
Summer B because student lead- hours at Browne's request, 4
keep up with national competitive consideration for raises,the report
ers said students seeking medical even though no students have salaries and to avoid losing stated. their salaries In July to see if
help on weekends must have a complained to him about the good people to higher-paying jobs, Riordan said the Regents will they are making as muchas
place to go on campus. closed hours. said a state education spokesman.The seriously consider the report's their national counterparts. I

The Infirmary was closed both The Infirmary was experimentally Board of Regents, the 13- "pretty sizable pay increases" to
Saturday and Sunday during Sum- opened on the weekends last member panel that governs the avoid losing top administrators and Chancellor $137,945PRESIDENTS
mer A, but Student Body Presi- summer, but only about eight stu- state's nine universities, plans to to keep up with competition.
dent Michael Browne said dents came in' to see one "r f(the 20 review the salaries of university "We don't want to lose a presi- UF $185,000FSU
because students pay health f fees, physicians on call, Kellett said. presidents and the salary of the dent to another system because we
the Infirni'iry should be open as The Infirmary will be open Sundays State University System chancellorat didn't adjust their salaries," $147,420USF
much as possible. from noon to 4 p.m. starting their next meeting July 26-27. Riordan said.Humphries. $127,066
Newly arrived freshmen also July 7.Weekday hours are from 8 Regents spokesman Pat Riordan ,whose annual salaryis
need a health care facility on the am. to 4:30: p.m. said some salaries, especially about$4,000 below the minimum FIU $124,972
those of SUS Chancellor Charles recommended by the report, said UCF $121,000
/ A alb$ i.A+ Reed and Florida Agricultural and he is glad the Regents are takingan
Student:.d1.s:!linicar.Tcr" r shA ; "W Mechanical University President initiative to make Florida a more FAU $120,000

Frederick Humphries, are below competitive market.
'. F ; tdiJ ;nIj UWF $109,125
sophomore from Boca early TRursday national averages. The Regents's promise to rectify
after his car slammed l head-on Into a large oak tree on University! "I Riordan got that informationfrom low salaries is an attempt to keepa UNF $107,000
Avenue. ,.L Ju&" *".#"*, :*," 'r t "' .*_ F_ ,*{:i:iaW( a report submitted by a man- "quality system," Humphriessaid. FAMU
'Anthony Taglienti J1:;,20.wa driving at least 80 mph when his, agement consultant the Regents $103,947
1985IROC Camaro sideswiped ac oncoming' car and crashed l into hired last year to review the SUS's Lombardi!, whose annual salaryis SOURCE CONSULTING SERVICES INHUMAN
the tree, police *f*kL/JagKenti/ wrt pronounced.dead. t at Shandi executive salaries. almost $80,000 more than RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
that ,. :-:14ii':: could be where he was academic affairs provost
Hospital morning.JGa&iesnme The report shows that the sala- Humphries, not reachedfor
; 'police i.lg Sad le liarnejl comment and vice president. He took no
pfaM ries of the nine university presi- Monday.
cans were found inside t Aeor, but police l havp't: ,dete. dents range from Humphries's UF spokesman Larry Humes salary raise or cut, Humes said.
it was an alcohol-relaM- aos M alt..5 r *"* '.. t.* ';" ", yearly salary of $103,947 to the said Lombardi!was hired in Novem- Humes said Lombardi! supportsthe

M'Jt ,,, ;'1; '.; -r-1 highest UF President John ber at the same salary he was paidat Regents's efforts to increase
Lombardi's $185,000. Johns Hopkins University, salaries.TUESDAY.

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state's new fiscal year began Sunday. Anyone
notice? Don't worry. You will.

You'll notice the next time you drink with friends at a .r--J

bar or have cocktails in a restaurant. You'll notice the

next time you add a car "to your fleet" and register it ,C-------/J .
with the state.

You'll notice because it's hard to miss $1.5 billion in ',.
;\.,-:.\ ",- ..;-=:;;; ." v ,
taxes. State legislators passed the taxes last month to ,. <" ''' \ '' f:1 :" j,. ,.:"
-", ........
; .
the the has .
help manage extreme growth state experienced ; \ ..If '
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in the last few years. But when they passed the t ;' :\ : :lji\\ '
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package, they forgot one thing fairness. '.. ', J
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One particularly visible example is the $295 impact fee ; ' 'I>''''
.f:,_ :::1 .l..... .; ::::, ,.,', ;'., ,
new Florida residents must pay when they bring cars or '. ..
.\ ,
trucks into the state that they didn't pay Florida sales tax ... ... .. ,/ : :; :
... .
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on. : .. "} .' ., ......
Impact fees are needed in Florida, the state that people ... -.if-.,, --- r",......' 'H1:.1 40 I

move to in droves. But $295 just to bring your car here?

Granted, new residents have the advantage of using the THE STEALTH DEFENSE BUDGET

state's roads without having paid for them, and the impact

fee will help with the cost of road upkeep, but $295at

one time is a lot of money.A Egotism usually blocks solutions

$100 fee would be more appropriate, especially be-'
cause that isn't the only fee out-of-state drivers are goingto The constant stream of letters to the editor brim-
pay. ming with complaints concerning social issues has a> Steven C. Davis
finally gotten a rise out of me. Some of the favorite SPEAKING
They, along with Florida residents, will have to pay a topics are camouflaging the real issues. Cries of OUTside

$100 "new wheels" fee, up from $30. This money is for a various types of discrimination by both majority and of current social issues. likewise, the problemsthat
new license plate and isn't necessary to switch the tag minority groups are merely smoke screens for self- we face in life will continue.
from one car to another or to have the tag replaced whenit centeredness, which exists among all races, creeds, Take a moment to put aside your emotions regard
expires. political groups and sexual persuasions in our country. ing issues appearing in this column and ask yourself
There are many ills which our society suffers from, these questions before spend valuable time com
This fee is an increase of more than 300 percent. It .but self-centeredness and selfishness are particularly plaining.

started at $30 last October and is already being increasedto pervasive among college students like myself. 1)) What have I actually done toward an effective
$100. We can understand the need for prices to rise, Any form of mass media will confirm that divorce, solution to the problems that I see?
but not $70 in one year. poverty, drug abuse, homelessness and crime are 2)) Do the words objectivity, forgiveness and
reaching epidemic proportions while the family unit,
cooperation have meaning and use in my vocabularyand
Another tax that doesn't seem fair is one directed at a social services,charity,volunteer work and educationare philosophy?

smaller group than Florida drivers people who drink alcohol In decline as an indirect result of our egocentric 3)) Do I truly believe' that everyone, including

in bars or restaurants.The tendencies.The myself, is capable of living in peace, harmony and
tax doesn't affect package or grocery stores, just same students who are constantly exposed to equality?
restaurants and bars. Some local bar owners say the increase this information through both mass media and course 4)) Am I aware that all human beings are fallible
work perpetuating the problems that
are our ances- and are capable of making mistakes being misguidedor
will come out to about 50 cents more for each tors, both past and present, have created. What do misled, and holding immoral values?
pitcher of beer. we, the "best" that our country has to offer, do? We 5)) What is the single most important thing in my

People who drink when they go out make up only a complain. Little else. life? (Honestly look for real evidence.)
small percent of the people who drink alcohol. Once Do you need proof? The next time you are with a Reflect upon these questions. It is not a test or a
group of your peers, friends or classmates, take an
guilt trip. It might be enlightening to examine your
realize how the works choose to
people tax they
may informal survey. See how many people are pursuing true feelings.
drink at home and which doesn't help the that contain hint of altruism
save money, careers any a career The problems and ills of our society are not goingto
state or the bar owners. that de-emphasizes income and offers some long-term be solved easily, nor are they going to be resolvedany
Lawmakers have realized the state is growing much benefits for our world and the beings who share it. time soon, judging from present conditions/As

faster than its services, and their large tax package shows Chances are that most of those around you, and long as we spend valuable time arguing and use good
maybe even you yourself, are pursuing a life that will intentions and money' to bandage over serious
that they have taken an admirable stance, particularly. for revolve around the ability to make and spend money epidemics, things will only get worse..
an election year. and satisfy the need for building a prominent self- College students'are the next generation to face
Nobody likes taxes but they're necessary to keep our ,image (egoism). Ironically" we call this pursuit the the responsibility for the poor state of affairs that
"American Dream.
roads safe and education exists. We must begin the difficult processes of prob)
our system strong.
Most of us are guilty of some degree of selfishness. lem-solving within ourselves then tuna our locus: away
When voters head to the polls later this'year, they Unfortunately tome of our egocentritities are more ,from the mirror and toward the windows. .. that look
shouldn't hold the new taxes against their repre- 'destructive than others. As long as this 'trend continues out to the rest of the'world..11x :

sentatives. But lawmakers and voters should review how ,we win have militant groups of bigots on either Steven C Davis b m---troAute- -,--- -.itmdtnt:. .,-lit. education.RS .

the taxes are distributed and ask themselves, "Is it fair?" I t t 1 I l J lOT II f FIJI 1 ( Ii I
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First' Amendment I find it remarkably incongruous political! ;eXpreSSion upon which

I alligator Editor for anyone to, in the same sen, !this.country; .was.founded.,
, tence, uphold the ,First Amendment
Judy A. Plunkett. protects everyoneEditor for one group of our society, Had it not been'for the refusal 1
Managing.Editor Opinions, Editor 2 Live Crew, and simultaneously of America's founders to adhere to
, Tracy Burlingame M.D. CumellaLetters :I am writing in response to 'deny it to others, flag burnen .=; ," rules similar to'those Which'Mr.'Walker ,
t James Walker's June 21 letter In especially one wishing to express and ''President Bush
; Policyletter The.-Alligator'" : and to, the disfavor with the political. estab proposethey'might both'still be
.* to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be troublesome 'decision recently lishment. pledging? allegiance t to the crown.
typed, double-speced end signed They should Include typed name, address end telephone
number.' Names will, be withheld IT the.writer shows lust,c.u... It. you hew. ,trey questions call handed down by the US' ,, House. Perhaps Mr. Walker should be. Brendan.Sutton,
the editorial page editor et 376-4458 Judiciary Committee.: reminded '
that it was freedom t 4JM





Racist and anti-semitic stereotypes ingrained in societyOnce

again folks, let me tell you another really didn't think they were saying anything German soldiers who became butchers and Ignoring jokes is acquiescence and
story about anti-Semitism and racism at UF. wrong. executioners during World War II, maybehe causes inequality, hatred, war and persecu-
Don't stop reading,please,because ignoring Subtle racism happens with the nicest of would have stopped. tion. It caused the Civil War and the
racism by turning away from the facts will people because the offenders often don't Images of gas chambers and ditches filled HolocaustIt
only promote ignorance. know they're offending.Subtle racism comesin with squirming, bloody bodies forever sen- also has triggered modern-day hate-
the form of innocent comments and un- sitizes people whose ancestors were mur- wars in Northern Ireland, South Africa,
0o Debbie Cenziper conscious body gestures.But if s still racism. dered during the Holocaust Pictures of China, the Soviet Union, the Middle East
My Later that night, a drunk friend began to black men being whipped and black women and even the United States.
PERSPECTIVEA joke about Jewish people. At first I thoughtI being raped in the 1800s don't disappearfrom People shouldn't hate or fear differencesin
I was hearing things or misunderstanding, memories. skin color, religion or cultures.The worldis
few weeks ago,a group of beer-drinking but as he persisted, I realized I was dead Ifs the quiet mix of innocence and ig- full of diversity.Thats what makes it suchan
neighbors and I were watching the Mike wrong. norance, obviously still around today, that interesting place.
Tyson fight and someone started to crack Having never experienced antiSemitismso causes hate wars, racism and antiSemitism.And Some people praise a Christian God,
racial jokes about the black boxers. Com- blatantly before, I felt sick, dirty and for anyone who claims black people, some a Jewish God, some more than one
ments such as, "Yea nlgger"Look at that degraded. I couldn't believe hatred toward Jewish people or anybody else is too sensi- God, some a Buddha God and some praiseno
wet, black boy, and*"Go out the back door different people and cultures was still so tive to "innocent" joking, they're really not God at all Some people are white, some
like the niggers do, circulated around the common. In any position to offer an opinion. If they've are black,some are red and some are yellow.
room. The worst part was the guy who was never been haunted by nightmares, tauntedby It makes no difference as long as everyoneis
Granted, I didn't know the" people very simply joking is truly a nice person, and I rude comments, stereotyped unfairly or satisfied within their own religion and
well, but the word "nigger, which I can don't think he meant to sound so antiSemitic. stopped from achieving, they really don't culture.
barely write, much less say, offended me, But ingrained and outdated beliefs, and know how it feels. Pointing out differences only shows in-
even though I'm white. I couldn't believe the countless beers,dictated what he was saying So what do you do when you're confrontedby security and an inability to accept diversity.
nasty comments I was hearing. offensivehe offenders Ask them tell is weak alternative to describ-
that night He didn't realize how racial ? to stop, Stereotyping a
The comments offended other people in actually was. them you don't want to listen to them and ing people.
the room, too. Still, the offenders kept on But most importantly racism antl-Semi-
Had he known that racist and anti-Semitic explain how offended you are. ,
joking. remarks scare and literally sicken me,maybehe It's just like asking a smoker not to blow tism and hatred must be stopped, because
But the scariest part of all was that the in face. It's until they one win be free.
would have shut up. Had he known his smoke your common courtesy, are, no ever
guys who were making the racial comments comments generated visions of misguided or at least, ideally, it should be. Debbie Cenziper is an Alligator staff writer.

I Apply principlesto Broward arrests

all groups fairlyEditor denied freedomEditor

: That the Fraternal Loyal J I GtJES5 THAT'ONDECK : I am writing in response to
Order of the 99 has threatened the II o the arrest of members of 2 Live
White Student Union's faculty ad- t WfftV/t./ Crew by Broward County sheriffs
viser Into abandoning his post with after their concert in a Hollywood
allegations,unsubstantiated as they ROAST WASN'T nightclub. ,
may be, that the WSU Is somehowa The First Amendment says that E
front for the Ku Klux Klan is truly SUCH A GOOD Congress shall make no law abridging j 11
appalling. i the freedom of speech. *]
Could someone on this campus, IDEA AFTER ALL, The Tenth Amendment says I
anyone,please come to their senses .. that the powers not prohibited by ;
and stop all this idiocy? No one has 4 .. .. HUH ADMIRAL? the Constitution are reserved to the 4
proven that the Loyal Order of the States respectively, ,or to the I
99 isn't a front for some black people.
supremacist group. ,No one has The people in Broward Countywere
tried either. arrested for saying words the (
We all respectfully: bow to their government felt were dangerous. ;
right to voice their opinions, no but "
They were stupid words,
matter how obnoxious they may be.
ones we hear every night on cable i
Why can't they do the same for' r ,
A television.In .
others? The problem here is that $ x9Y.f'2'F. a X .Y
everyone has lost sight of the real fact,if you really want to hear
issue amidst a deluge of,media a lot of these words in a short periodof I
hype. FREEDOM OF' SPEECH; + 4 time, I suggest not that you go I
period, end of story. see 2 live Crew, but that you drop !
I don't like the WSU. I think" at MMlali ? by any of the local theaters now )
best they are a group of Ignorant showing Arnold Schwarzenegger's
individuals attacking a problem that'' new movie, "Total Recall" !
doesn't exist, and at worst, racist This movie is so filled with un-
Nazis. I doat like the Loyal Orderof necessary profanity that it probably
the 99.1 1 think they are a militant Change would stigmatize victims would offend members of 2 Live
group of closed-minded individualswho Crew.
think they can further the Editor:As a former Campus Organized Against Rape The SARS department of the Infirmary should remaina But it doesn't matter who it
black cause by threatening people.I president, I feel compelled to express my opinion on separate division unto itself. Although I can sympathize would offend.
I don't like flag burning and I the changes to the Sexual Assault Recovery Service.I with budget directors, the outcome of this Under the Constitution of the
don't really approve of pornog, I spent over two years working with COAR, SARS issue should not be dictated by funding limitations.It United States, even a filth-fest like
raphy. But 'somewhere along the and the groups' founder, Dr. Claire Walsh.,While I is unfortunate that any person in need of a mental Total Recall"" or an album like As
way, someone taught me that have never been assaulted, I know and have been health service would ever have to endure stigmatization. Nasty As They Wanna Be cannot be
diverse, ,and often obnoxious, approached by women who have been assaulted, and However, persons who have been sexuallyabused censored by the governmentIn .
opinions are what this country was this experience has had a tremendous impact on my are in a unique circumstance.They are victimsof
built If the opinions of the early will face to and case you don't know,the First
on. way of viewing the problems of victims. crimes most people not up are even t
settlers had been widely accepted ,Thanks to 'C1aire Walsh and. the COAR peer less likely to be caught and punished for. These are Amendment is meant to protect
overseas, do you think they,would educators, I knew what to say,to these women to crimes some people actually,make jokes about And "we the peoplefrom a stupid or
have come here In the first place? 'encourage them to go and get what they needed-- these are the only crimes routinely blamed on the malicious government, as in the
Either you believe In free speechor SARS counseling.I am thankful that there was a placeI victims. case in Broward County,'
you don't If you do, then It is could direct them to. It would make me uncomfort We should not do anything to discourage people And, not only must the government
clear that the WSU has a right to able to send them to Mental Health Services. It would from receiving help they need and deserve.We should not deny anyone the freedomto "
peaceably form and express have been as if I were saying to them "You have a not place these victims in a system that compromisesthem express him or herself, but the
opinions.And if you don't,we'll see mental health'problem," Instead of "You have been as this one wUL'Taking away the identity of government must not let any person
to it,that yours is the first house someone's victim. Here is a place where specialized SARS Is a giant step.backwards for UF and the peopleit I, deny,any other person'thatright
that gets the television cameras. counselors can help you work that out" serves. ,
Noel Casale, Over the years I have usually'supported, Dr. Mei.nEe( Gasper Jonathan ,Istoy. j]
4AC Sandeen's decisions but in this'case I must disa ree.', Fennel COAR President. 4LS. i
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UNIV Summer B Fees Due ThursdayLate

registration for Summer B term, which began Monday, will continue today in
Florida Gym from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students registering late are charged a $25 late
registration fee, in accordance with Board of Regents regulations. Late registration must TODAY
be completed by 4 p.m. today. Students with questions about late registration should UF BLOODMOBILE SITES, the HUB, 10
call the Registrar's Office at 392-1375 and ask for the registration information extension. a.m. to 4:30: p.m.; Matherly Hall, 9 a.m. to

Produced by UF Information and Publications Services, 355 DROPADDThe / 3 p.m.; Reitz Union, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tigert Hall,and paid for at usual advertising rates to com 'BRILUANT TRACES," Florida Players
students to or add courses or change course sections, which
municate official notices and important information to
students faculty and staff Call 392 0186 for Information. began Monday, will continue today from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., which is the deadline for summer repertory production, 2:15: p.m.,
Constans Theatre Two. Tickets
students to submit forms. Students should refer to the summer schedule of courses ,
$5.50 for and free for UF
general public
for information on drop/add/ procedures.FEE .
students, available from University Box of-
Tomorrow Is UF DEADLINE fice, 9:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. weekdays.
The deadline to pay fees for Summer B term is : Thursday. Student Finan- "DARKSIDE," Florida Players summer
cial Services requests that, when possible, students submit fees by mail or place themin repertory production, 8:15: }p.m., Con-
Holiday; Campus the drop box at the north end of the HUB. However, mailed fees may not reach stans Theatre Stage Two. Tickets, $5.50
the University in time now. Students who fail to pay fees or make arrangements for for general public and free for UF stu-
Schedules Revised deferments by the 2:30: p.m. July 5 deadline will be assessed a $25 late charge, in ac- dents, available from University Box Of-
cordance with Board of Regents regulations. Fee payment should be made. by checkor fice, 9:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. weekdays.
Independence Day will be an official holi- money order.Faculty WEDNESDAY4TH
day for UF students, faculty and staff. Classes
will be cancelled, and most offices and Support Center Offers Summer OF JULY CELEBRATION, Lake
facilities will be closed. Regular summer Wauburg, 9 miles south of UF campus on
schedules will resume Thursday, July 5. U.S. 441, features volleyball tournament,
All campus libraries will be closed Computer Seminars For USPS EmployeesThe field games, relay competitions, tugofwar -

tomorrow. The Reitz Union building will Faculty Support Center for Computing, located at 2215 Turlington Hall, is offer- tournament, noon to 7 p.m. Call
466-4112 for information.
be open from 7:30: a.m. to 11 p.m. tomor- ing summer-term computer seminars for USPS employees. USPS registration forms
row, and the game room will be open for the hands-on lessons have been sent to each department, including instructionsfor THURSDAY
from 4 to 11 p.m. The Union Snack Bar establishing an encumbrance to cover costs. Reservations are not accepted by phonefor UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, Benton Hall,
and Cafeteria will be closed, and the USPS seminars. The Macintosh classroom is located in 521 Weil Hall. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Orange and Brew is closed for renova- July and August seminars are listed below: NeXT COMPUTER EXPERT on hand to
tions until later this year. USING DOS-FUNDAMENTALS-July 13, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. answer questions about NeXT productsand
The O'Connell Center pool, track and USING DOS-MANAGING DISK STORAGE-July 20, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. demonstrate new systems, 10 a.m. to
weight room will be closed tomorrow, USING WORDPERFECT 5.0-Section 1: Lesson 1, July 23, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m., and 5 p.m., CIRCA Demo Room, E520 Com-
and the weight room in the Florida Gym Lesson 2, July 25, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. puter Sciences and Engineering Building.
will also be closed. The Student Health ADVANCED WORDPERFECT 5.0-Section 1: Lesson 1, July 30, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m., LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLOQUIUM -
Care Center will be closed tomorrow, but and Lesson 2, Aug. 1, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. "Putum yo Indians in the After-
will resume regular hours Thursday. USING LOTUS 1-2-3-Section 1: Lesson 1, July 17, 1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson 2, July math of the Rubber Boom: 1910-Present,"
Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol 19, 1 to 3 p.m. by New York's New School for Social
(SNAP) will not operate tomorrow night, LOTUS ADDITIONAL WORKSHEET SKILLS-Section 1: Lesson 1, July 30, 1 to 3 Research doctoral student Juan Echeverri,
but will resume operations during regularly p.m., and Lesson 2, Aug. 1, 1 to 3 p.m. noon, 376 Grinter Hall.
scheduled hours on Thursday. Parking USING dBASE IV-Section 1: Lesson 1, July 16,1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson 2, July 18, MUSEUM WORKSHOP, "Beads,
decal restrictions will be lifted tomorrow, 1 Braids, Baskets, and Blankets," featuresart
but all individual reserved spaces, handi- INTRODUCTION TO SAS/PC-Section/ 1: Lesson 1, July 16, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m., and of present-day Indian cultures, 2 to 4p.m.
cap spaces, service drives and noparkingzones Lesson 2, July 18, 9:30: to 11:30: a.m. ., Florida Museum of Natural History
are enforced at all times. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACINTOSH-July 11, 1 to 3 p.m. Object Gallery.ACCENT .
MACINTOSH MICROSOFT WORD 4.0-Section 1: Lesson 1, July 23, 1 to 3 p.m., LECTURE SERIES, former
Fanfares & Fireworks and Lesson 2, GRAPHICS-Section Miami Dolphins fullback Larry Csonka, 7
MACINTOSH 1: Lesson 1, July 31, 1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson p.m., Reitz Union Ballroom.
Celebration TonightAt 2, Aug. 2, 1 to 3 p.m. FLORIDA PLAYERS' "MIDSUMMER

I UF BandshellWUFT Today Is Deadline To Submit Additions Theatre NIGHT'S Main DREAM Stage.,"8:15 Continues: p.m., Constans'

July 7. Tickets, $6.50 for general pubic
I radio and WUFT-Channel will Corrections For 1990-91 Campus Directory and free for UF students, available from
I present "Fanfares and Fireworks" beginning University Box Office, 9:30: a.m: to 3:30:
i at 6 p.m. tonight at the UF band- The 1990-91 campus telephone direc- 429 Stadium West. This includes changesin p.m. weekdays.
. shell. The celebration will spotlight tory is being updated, and all depart- the Health Science Center and IFAS FRIDAY
American music and provide an oppor- ments have been asked to send directory listings.
tunity for families and individuals to pic- additions or corrections by today to the STUDENT USTINGS-Student listingsare UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, Little Hall' ,
nic and enjoy a spectacular pyrotechnics appropriate offices listed below. provided by the Registrar's Office 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
display. The event will feature a varietyof representatives should from information gathered during fall "AND MISS REARDON DRINKS A
performances by local musicians and carefully review listings in both the blue registration. Students with address or LITTLE," Florida Players summer reper-
singers, including the Gainesville Jazz Or- and white sections of the directory and phone number changes should fill out an tory production, 2:15: }p.m., Constans
chestra, Gainesville Brass Quintet, Har- report changes to the appropriate office. address change form at the Registrar's Of- Theatre Stage Two., Tickets; $5.50 for
mony International, Barbergator Chorus, Each person responding is asked to in- fice, 34 Tigert Hall, as soon as possible. general public and free for UF students,
Docs of Dixieland and the Gainesville clude his or her name and telephone Questions regarding office directory in- available from University Box Office,9:30:
Community Band. number. Deans, department chairs and formation or courtesy listings, or ques- a.m. to 3:30: p.m. weekdays.
The event is free and open to the public.For directors have already received memoranda tions about the directory in general, UF INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE,
further details, call 392-5200. requesting updated information in the should be directed to Cindy McMillen at free and open to UF students, faculty,
following areas: 392-9092. staff and spouses, no partner needed,
Music Department Holds BLUE INTRODUCTION PAGES AND wear soft-soled shoes, lessons given, 8
OFFICE DIRECTORY-Check all listings p.m. Norman Hall Gym.SUNDAY.
Monday "Summer Sings"People under which the department might be in- Marston Science Library

who love to sing-whetherthey've cluded.Estate might For example be found, the under Center"Center for Real," Tours Set For Next WeekThe ORGAN RECITAL by UF Departmentof
had formal training and ex- Music graduate student Miriam Zach,
"Business: Administration, College of"and Marston Science
Library will offer
perience or not-can put some music in ,4 p.m., University Auditorium.,
their In "Sum- "Real Estate. Make any changes or free tours and instruction in the use of
summer" by participating additions and send to Cindy McMillen, LUIS (Library Users Information Service), MONDAY
UF's mer Sings Department, a program of Music.sponsored by 141 Stadium West.COURTESY the online library catalog, next week. The UF BLOODMOBILE SITES, Fifield

The series of free sin workshops' LISTINGS IN WHITE tours, which last about 45 minutes, startat Hall, 9 a.m. to noon; University ic'I
which began July 2, will continue each PAGES-This section includes retired 10 a.m. on Monday and Wednesday Association, 1 to 4 p.m.; Tanglewood Village I I
Monday night through August 6 from 7 faculty members and other university- and at 4 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday 5 to 7 p.m.: I
related who are not currentlystate in the second-floor
persons lobby area near the
of the Music
to 9:15: p.m. in Room 120 funded. This information should library entrance. CONTINUING

Building.choral Anyone literature interested attend in rehearsing also be sent to Cindy McMillen, 141 For more information on the tours or "VANISHING'FLORIDA/' exhibitof
can some or
all great of the sessions. Stadium West.FACULTY other Marston Science Library programs, more than 30 fiber art works by Tam-
For information "Summer AND STAFF LISTINGS or to arrange library presentations for pa Bay Fiber ague"members,
more, on Artists
," contact director John (white pages-Contact) Processing and classes or groups, call Alice Primack at featuring gered plants and
Sings Grigsby at 392-0223.program Records in Personnel Division, 392-1204, 392-2822 or 3922836.OpportunityAffirmative. animals, through July, Temporary Exhibit
Hall,Florida Museum Natural History.
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7pm ACCENT presents 12-2pm Free Food and 12-6pm BANDFEST Get Call said.The ID cards are available to 04
Larry Csonka Drlnks-JWRU UF ndshell fre",1'11Tlen, attending summer orien-

"Dolphin Legend" ,North Lawn tali-- and students registering for
JWRU Ballroom 2-6 pm KISS 105Organizational class this week at a mobile unit

Featuring: parked behind Tigert Hall, White
", 1 Fair Sinan Bane PEST said. Students need to bring their
; > Games & Prizes What Anne lIkes Phone 373-3642 Social Security card,picture ID and
9-1 am Movies on the Bumble $5, but each card will take only a
I Lawn ect few minutes to process, she said.
Henri etta's Lovers
Interim Administrative Affairs
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11-2= __ 07/03/00/ / _j faculty and staff," Poppell said.
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20 1990 to thousands of new students. This means ma-
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(Deadline and additional dlcounts apply) ; ;- :' ,<. Professors could look up their
students' names in a computer to
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5% Cash/Check by Deadline
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But White said these possibilitieswill
MYERS SERVICE CENTER have to wait a few years.
Publication Date "For now, my goal is to have the
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15 Personals an apt. Aug near campus
((904)788-7732.) 7-5-4-1
ONLY. Five dollar minimum. Pay low rent In Country Villas apt Call

16 Connections M-F830.4pm. 2 BEDROOM APT. One blk behind Norman Check Our New Specials 332-3318 ext. 514 or 3728674. 7-5-2-2 I

17 Notices Hall (very close to campus) 378.3932 or All Amenities Available
o How to correct 481-2166 $285/month. 7-5-4-1 FURNISHED UNFURNISHED AFFORDABLE APT 2bd/1ba/ quiet I
18 Rides Roommates Available close to UF. Pool cent ac/heat, dishwasher -

cancel your ad: LAKEWOOD VILLAS unfurn 1bd/1bi In We're No. 1 laundry, bus rte. Call 374-
19 Pets a furn 3bd/3be w/d, female, only $244 REGENCY OAKS 8595*** 7-12-4-2 I
mo + util ft phone. Avail Immed 335- 378-5766
20 Lost & FoundJ Cancellations
: Two bedroom one bath. AC/heat No
4694. 7541A : 3230 SW Archer Road
Call 373.FIND Mon Fn. 8. 4 pm. COUNTRY GARDENS p'lI. 103 NW 21 St. One blk from I
No refunds can be given. O'Dome. Parking Available now. 376-
Vacation to Remember 373-4500 3376 7-5-2-2
Alligator errors: 2 bd house on beautiful Swan Lake 2001 SW 16th Street I
When will ad run?
your Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. private beach large deck, $23S/wk/ 8-20-25-2 Two and three bedroom homes for lease4
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before Call 33M748lv; message. $225 to 450 .0 Call 372-2223. 00 Burch,
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY In The Pines Moore and Cox 7-17-5-2 ,
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY Spacious 1,2 & 3 Bedroom
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected **BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK* Apartment & Townhouses HEYIII I need F n/s/ rmmt to share 2bdrm I
Luxury condo 4 blks. from campus secu Convenient to UF/Shand apt 3 blks from UF $170/mo & 1/2/ util!,
Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. rity. Maid service. European kitchen
tennis 335-4870.
2 pools, crt weight room pets ok. own parkn space Leigh
No refunds credits can be after ', full-size
or given w/mlcro dlshwash disposal
Union or Shands may take sauna 2 laundry rooms. 7-5-2-5
placing the ad. Changes called in after wash/dry. $200 to $390 monthly. 375- Ask about 3 bdr specials $400 off I
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. 4541. 82014.1 373-3371 WALK TO CAMPUS 2 BR house, hard

may run for any length of time 205 SE 16th Ave. wood floors, completely furnished fenced J
Customer orror or changes:
and be cancelled at any time. Avail now bike to UF from 1 br Tumbling 1/2 mile east of Main St. fan*. $440COUNTRY
Corrections must be made in person at
Creek condo private balcony 1015 SW 9th M-F 9-6. Sat 10-5 Sun 12-4 I
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON. SETTING Duplex near 34'St
St. $200/mo/ + $200 deposit 372-7843 or 8-20-25-2
for cancelled ads. There will bee $2.00 correction fee 813-321-9449. 7.17-5-1 Plaza 2 BR, pets ok, air., quiet wooded.

Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance $275 I
to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher
Lg one bedroom apt available Aug 1. No cent. air. Office: 411 NW 15th St. NORTHWEST 13 ST 1 BR flat hook-ups
pets. Cent AC/heat. One bl from U of F, 371-7777. 7-12-5-2 spotless, mini', pay only elec. $265 I
a $2.17IillIbI 10. NW 14 SI. $300/mo $200 dep. 376-
3378. 7-5-2-1 OFF TOWER ROAD 2 BR. new carpet
Lg 2bdr/1 b. apt ac, laundry ceiling fan 1
DAILY $3Z5/mo. w/new carpet $340, avail now hook-up, downstairs apartment all utilities .
//llqua. .clothe"N ISOrval aesiinyine f ] NOW 1 male wanted. Furnished apt & Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 3757986. but electric paid. $315
hHeee [ve day LUNCHw.aaa.llweny 1 bdr/I/ b.. Clean great location in SW 7-5-4-2 I
area. $130/mo. Call 373-3432 or collect NEAR OAKS MALL 2 BR 1 1/2 BA town.house
Neal l lo Gilntivlllt Plaza Health Mlh i Fitness Univ. CAMPUS SPECIAL (8137923396.) 7-12-4-1 Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth just 3 blks N of breakfast bar, hook-ups, accepting I
1T4-S400 UF, very, very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College pets. $325

,.. !; 'p' I >. I Park Properties. 371-7777 7-12-5-2
A. '" "' "" PHOENIX Fenced 2 BR 1 1/2 bath town

$199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL house, dishwasher, washer and dryer,
Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Pool Tennis, nice carpet. $330 .F
Sauna Gym and more.
3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 washer and dryer screen porch great
Offer valid to qualified application only, storage only $460
POOL COMPLEX Super nice 2 BR 2 1/2

GRAD STUDENTS 4 bdrm 2 bath house 1 bath townhouse with washer and dryer,
blck from Unlv & $800/mo call Kevin 376- vertical Won't last $500
5242 after 5pm 377-3852. 8-9-16-2
SPLIT PLAN 3 BR 2 bath townhouse with

Attractive & clean apartments close to' washer and dryer, breakfast bar, .dishwasher .
UFo avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease + dep. No fans, pool. $650 "

dogs, 495-9024. 8-20-182 .
SEAGLE BLDG Great view of Gainesville !

1 BR 225.00 9 blox to campus. Big 2 BR from 2 BR 2 bath apartment. Spacious ;,,,
Duck Pond 300.00. Fum studio 200.00. 2 security, garage parking lots ol storage v,
BR 3 blox to campus 295.00. Students $550 '

only. 373-5663 to 6. 7-3-4-2
SOUTH WOOD Spaclou 2 BR 11/2/ bath
Oasis Apts upstairs apartment, fenced large deck
near Archer ft SW 34th St. like-new carpet dishwasher, hook-up,
1 and 2 Bedroom No dogs some utilities. $390 ..
From $350.00 month 377-3149 7-31-12-2
COTTAGE 1 BR apartment with fan,
Name your price in the Polos: own bdr washer and dryer, screen porch, walk to
w/pvt./ bath; microwave d/w wash/dry, campus. $275
1/3/ utilities.. Will take best offer 335-
4149lvmsg., 7-17-8-2 KEY MANAGEMENT

1 bedroom 1 bath apt*. Walking bicyclingto 372.3060Classlfleds.
UF Shands VA. $240 monthly formerly ..
Holiday Garden Apt. Call 336-8852. 7-12- ;

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/ to share deluxe 3BD/3BA In bdr/ba in Wlndmeadows m/h./ Close **SERIOUSLY need a roommate!
3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo luxury condo needs 2 to 4 students N/S, tidy, F for fall. Own room In 3bdr
I l75/person share or $300 pvt. SPYGLASS beg in Aug to UF, shop, bus, laundry lac, pool some
house blocks to UF $16S/mo. Call 377-
$230/mos + 1/3 util util. Inc. $100 & $50 week. Call 376-
bdrm 10 lease ok walk UF
Farm Mobil Horn Park. ; mo. ; to 4832** 7.10.3-5
Call Chris/Robert/ at 372-6924 7-3-2-5 1057. Lv. message. 7-10-3-5
375-8394. 7.55.5Stud.nll
Best rental value. Grad students have
left. 6 excellent buys Irom $3000 to double NEW HOMEI! Need 2 rmmti. on Aug 1.
2 rooms .vall.lor Summer B, F, clean apt AOAKBROOK F N/S to share room
wide with financing. Pool, nice park, Reserve your room lor summerand Across univ. from O'Dome. rm shared
close to UF, price neg. Call QUICK. 336-. Fall/Spring Fully furnished W/D & Morel
SW Archer fall Treehouse Village turn or unlurn
weekends. 7117
quiet, open $100.1 own rm $200. + part util.
& 371-4708. 7-17-55
$175 '
+ utility see
Road. 904-378-9291 69123SUBLEASE 2 bd/2 ba w/d Incl. 170.275 MZ Property Nlckl/Chrlsllna 336-9791 7103.5
Mgmt Inc. 375-0207 7124.5
Summer special. FEMALE ROOMMATE own BFt/BA, lurn.
: ..MARCHWOOD Condo** $100/mo for own room + 1/2 util. $200 home with Jacuzzi & fireplace $225/mo. + Summer. B, m/f own room, share bathroom
Brandywme $223 mo. 1/2/ util.
Upstairs room In 3 BR condo w/vaulted/ dep. FURN. 2 bdr/1 ba. Jacuzzi, sauna, 1/3 util. July $1001 3356999. 7124.5 3744925. 7-12-4-5 +
4 HOUSE/APT. ceilings. $229 lor 17x12 mbr w/c.lllng Ian wt. room, huge pool 372-2857 Dennis.
ft 2 closets. N/S./ Prefer very neat grad 7-10-4-5 SPYGLASS Need mature non-smoker
Sublet available Summer B, Oak Forest student. Call Jennifer' 372-6844/335- M/F to share 3bd/3ba. Available Aug. 1. 6 FOR SALE
apts, Own Bedroom, Furnished, $150 9220. 7.106.5BRANDYWINE2 Mature NSF needed lor furnished 2/2/ In Call nowlll '335-5742 710.35
1/4/ util. neg0-904-B62-1681 or Pmetree Gardens 209/mo + 1/2 utilities TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk
336-6732**** 7-5-4-4 F/N/S/ / needed to share Available now thru Aug 91 Call 336-1360, ROCKWOOD VILLAS f needed for fall drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters.
(all Leave Mess. 7-17-6-5 share 2 bdr condo own room furnished reconditioned unused In 2
room next 2 bdr/1 ba, fully turn-pool, Factory past
Sublet Colonial Manor (rm 119)) 1216 SW near UF, $170/mo + 1/3 utll 3730024. wash/dry/ security system call Amy 335- yrs. Perfect lor small typesetting jobs.
2nd Ave bd/1 ba (turn exe. location. July 7-26-10-5 $145 + 1/5 utils m/f own room 1 block to 7927. 7-19-6-5 Good machine for small type shop. System
only $210 nego. Call 373-3609 before campus. House w/lawn service, centralac. Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font
8:30: am alter 6:30: pm. 754.4 NICE HOUSE central to UF and Santa Fe No pets. Lv message 336-0297 7- *CHEAP APARTMENTI! F n/s/ to share disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
3bd/2ba In Towns Pare. $150/mo
10-4-5 2-story,
needs one or two roommates, own room, 373-9926 for more Into.
Very large 2br/2/ 1/2 ba townhouse with share bath, 150/mo + 1/3 utlls open Jun + 1/3 util. Carol ((407)) 984-1051* 7-26-
w/d hookup dishwasher ceiling (fan, 21 3784585. 733.5 Rockwood Villas n/s/ I lor own lurn bd/ba./ 8.5 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
walk-In closet. Sublease $410/mo. Call Start Aug 1 or fall thru spring. $250 + 1/3 brands are all at our New Location! Car
378-8751 10am-6pm or 332.4574 eve. M n/s to share furnished master bdrm util. Call Pam 335-4469. 7-31-10-5 LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
Lv message. Sparrow Condos pool, tennis, clubhouse. Brand new, completely, turn. Walk' to 2070. 8-20-25-6
$105/mo/ + sec ph 332-0451 Gregg. 7-10- Wlndmeadowsl Own room 253/mth or UF, 1 or 2 F rmmt for 2 Br/2Ba condo
Need to sublease 5.5 share w/frlend/ for 122/mth/ : Huge for summer ft/or/ fall. European kltch. MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146
large one bedroom poolside as soon as 3bed/3bath starting Aug 1st call fast) w/mlero/ ; wash/dry/ ; maid service; security Editor's choice Hewlett Packard *
possible. Will pay $100 of 1st month's N/S/ F grad needs rmmt. lor Summer in 336-1377 Iv. message. 7-17-5-5 ; much more. Call Denies 375-4541. Northgate.. Price lower than mail-order.
rent. Call anytime. 336-4368 7-19-6-4 furnished NW home Own bdr/study 8-20-14-5 Systems below Include limb, 40mb
$100/mo + 1/2 util. 372-9858 evenings. N/S F rmmt. needed for July-Dec own ((28ms), graphics monitor. MC 286/12 .
SPYGLASS needed one roommate to 733.5 room & bath In Casa. East Condo Male, N/S to share Brandywme apt lor $1195, MC 386SX $1495, Northgate
sublease. Own bed/bath in 3br/ba. $225/mo. + 1/2 util., Brenda 371-7738. fall/spring terms. $170/mo + util. Con- 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge 'laptop w/40
Please call 335-S617 7-12-4-4 N/S F serious student private bdr. in older 8.20-13-5 tact Doug 335-4949 or 'leave message.7.19.6S MB hd & battery $2395. & 2 year war
home 2 blks from UF-a/c for Summer B. ranties. Onalte warranties. Panasonic
5 ROOMMATESRmmt Call 378-5897 or 3781292. F N/S/ own bed/bath/ $250/mo. + 1/2 utilities 1180 printer $185, HP Laser Jet ,10 .
call Vanessa aI375-0488.I.av. mes- Serious student, own rm in 2 bd. house, '
$1049. 3743 W. University Ave. S-9-,12-6,
Roommate Needed In Building A Right sage. 8-9-12-5' turn less than I ml from UF, 180 + 1/2 util.
wanted lor (all. brand new apts., near the pool. Great location. The Laurels 115 NW 7 Terr. Call Ron 373-3332/374- FUTON & FRAME
Greenwich Green, own room (for call Dave at 335-6743. **BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK* 5768. 7-5-2-5
$2l6/mo./ all ammenitlea, free cable & Walk to UF, need 1 or 2 M for 2BR/2BA/ From only $200/set./ Call Al 3733127.

water Karen 335-2676 7-19-11-5 2 totally cool people looking for 3rd to condo. Luxurious, completely turn.,
share apt In OAKBROOK WALK (n/s/ F, maid' service, dlshwaah, wash/dry/ ,
Roommate Needed for Summer B. Spyglass upperclassman) micro. Greet view. Call Dave 375- DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
Apts. Reduced rental rate available 376-6635. 7-10-5-5 4541. 8-20-14-5
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Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K.40 Radar Dalectori Car stereo equ alpine 7287 deck sony Anyone who has taken Conservation of
Rent Option to buy modern 3 br 2 ba Put It In Writing Fast, accurate, reliable
Sherwood Sansui. Sony, Orion, rem disk, BA 726 speakers 4 chan alpine home Irg lam rm c/a w/d part furn fenced Resources or Face of Florida via correspondence service. Masters In English will check
Bazooka, Horn or Car Stereo We Beat amp w/cover. 2x10 punch subs In box with Bt or better call 333 .
yard low 60s owner finance 3311 NW 18 spelling and edit 24 hrs. 373 1937. 89
All Prices 373-3754. 6-9-24-8 alarm, call Frank at 375.8127 or 338-0681 ST Call collect 305.931.4005. 71757 0875 7.10410WANTEDC.mero 2412

$550.00 In free value 7.00. 1982 to 1986 for half hr
WORD PERFECT 5.1 coupons only Why rent? You can own this 1BR/1BA Pickup/Del Typing and wordproc near
Free pizza haircut car wash cocktails examination Will pay call 373.8710 men-
upstairs unit at PARKSIDE Owner financing campus. Dependable, quality service.
Student/Faculty/ Price $135 movie rentals lunches lion case no 90028 7-175.10
beer more. Call .
walk Available
to class Immediately Reasonable rates 24hr/day Call Carol
Call ELITE 333-1300 73108 .
372 1476. 1756
$23500 JEFFREY SIEGEL. 3734464 7-5.11-12
WANTED female around 133 Ib 53' for
Realtor 373 6063. 820137
CAR ALARMS Initalled remote control A A Agraduatlng must sell*** engineering study, half hr photographing We Beat
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 1 twin size bed + box (like new 6 mo) $80 with car Will pay call 375.8710 mention Everybody s PrlcelllResumesALettersAReports
demo Call 336-0193 atudent Iv. message / dinette 2 chairs $45 call 388.1894 CHILDCARE CENTER Fully equipped case no 90028 717510 etc
Excellent Condition Alachua
opportunity Processing
6-20-21-6 7526
Well established Owner wllllr.ln. JEF- 3765463 A A Established since 1985
FREY E. SIEGEL, Reallor 373.6063. 7- 11 SERVICES 1-20-21.12
old Queen waterbed w/iheet and
3 mo Earth cruiser bike. $65 obo; Realistic
comforter $185 obo Call 333-4987. 71286 Tower Speakers $100/pr obo, Peavy400base
w/115 8 MOTORCYCLES NW Mini storage at I.75 ft NW 39th Ave ...RESUMES*))*
amp speaker $330 obo: 33664691V -
msg 7-1246 near Oaks Mall area 5. 5 to 10 x 20 from Complete writing ft development services .

Bike Nlthlki Trl A Equlpe 1 yr old 1983 Kawasaki 750 LTD like new condition $20.10% disc to students. 3328917 8- Resume House 371-8148. 89

Shlmano 600 component perfect condo ROWING MACHINE was 300 first 25 tow miles, garage kept $1600, call 2025 11 20-12
$500 Call Gerry 338-4095 or 373-7749. takes It also roman chair alt up machine 377.8336 after 6 pm 7368
7356CO 75 +14 ft Laser sailboat $500 332-6323. BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS *ACE WORDPROCESSING* *
1986 Kawasaki KE100 Enduro, perfect for Resumes, term papers, dissertations,
'SI Only 3 monthi old $7 each Rock Plane ticket from Pittsburgh Pa to campus parking, runs great, w/helmet legal technical 335-7064 751012

and Rap Call 376-6811. 7356 Tampa, Fl August 12th Paid $130. will $300 OBO. 3389557 1788 1233 NW 10th Ave.
sell for $75 or best offer Call Kelly 3323894 372-1664 Typing/Wordprocessmg WordPerfect'
ATB Bike like new Sacrifice. Call Laurie 7526 Puch Moped Excellent condition MCVISAlnsuranceFree 5.1. quality work, fast results, low ratei,
332-0940. 7356Fosgate 250.00 Call 378-3999. 71246 Pregnancy Test dependable, perional service. Tara 332.
SOFA LOVESEAT CHAIR GOOD Member 1469 8-20'111.12
punch.45 car ttereo amp $145; CONDo $1800 OBO 3732758 9 AUTOS National Abortion Federation
mtx 10* tub $lOO/pr obo; 2-way home 7-1036 8.2025.11SEXUALLY Typing anti Wordprocesslng-legal, ter-
speaker w/ 10' wools. All In excellent mpapers. etc Professional quality and
1983 Chevy Spectrum clean rune
condo 336-3955. 7346 GRAD SALE: complete wtrbd $75 new very TRANSMITTED DISEASE? reliable service. Call Nancy 372.2730.
good, 5 ipd, itereo a/c tinted windowi,
taarstool $7 desk $30, Iron board $10, $2700 neg Call 336.S622335.2716/ Get conlld.ntlalillting and treatment at 7-31.13-12
PING PONG TABLE single mattress $25, prices neg Kevin leave 7559 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8.
Mud ..11. In excellent condo w/net ft pad A335.0567A 7526 menage 20-25.11 TREE CITY CONCEPTS

diet $75 or BO ACURA INTEGRA CAR COVER from An Innovative alternative Word procenIng .
335-6627. 7346Mult SR 500 Black Lightning Cannondale $500 later print, good rates Cu.tom lerv
Acura dealer Like n.wl! W/chain ft atoragebag -
OBO Call 371-6135. Ask for Carlssa ** GATOR MOVING ** avail Mary 475-5342. 8201712
$8S OBO 3359764 7-1059
tell to pay for car repair Pioneer 71246 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1 .

amp, tuner, eq reverb amp proceisorScottdual AMC JEEP CJ7 Renegade 1980, two item/Hse Full Days/Evei Long diiLieIns Typing A A Typsetting A A Resumes
can. 495.2670 7-9pm ALLOY BLUE SCHWINN bicycle FOR Harry/Bill 374-4791. 8-20-25-11 I From$150pg 917NW13SIWCS.Inc .
topi, new clutch, brakei and tlrei, other
300.00 7336 SALE $120 obo Good condition call 3739822
Rum $2500 obo. Call Jeff 3957100 -
Danny at 372-4959 leave message. 712-. great 71059 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 8-20-15.12
For Sale: Grey padded waterbed $175 4-6 boarding A woodier facilities A

also 17ft boat with Merc 115 rum great 1984 Renault, Clean Gold New Paint, hay rides A parties A sales A working
$2000 Cat Alan at 336-6373. 7546 NEED FURNITURE? How about two rum good $1800 obo MARY @ 462- students accepted 466-3224, 375-8080. 13 HELP WANTED
sofas and two chairs for almost nothing 8-20-25.11
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TICKET TO N.Y. Call 335.3670 and ask for Eric 7316

Roundtrip from Galneivllle 1983 HONDA CIVIC S ip 75000 ml Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms. PASTE-UP ARTISTS
July 13-15 f 150 Small sofa, recliner, end tables cocktail Avail 7/6a/ctereo. Excellent condition Stall and pasture avail 7 ft 1/2 miles N or Now accepting applications for p..te.up

Call 371-1887/leave a menage 71056 table, lamps. Good condition $350. $3000 Call 336-4705 leave menage. 7- Highway Patrol 462.5127, 462-4311. 8- artists for Alligator Advertising Good experlence .
Call 373.5586. 1756 2022 1 for graphlcs/advertlsmg/art/ ma

Mutt Sell! Roundtrlp airline ticket to Albany 1986 Camero, 5-ipd., air, T.topi, ste- jors or others with similar interest
NY from Orlando July 30/1110 QUEEN WATERBED $80; Sleeper Sofa reo/canette, new tlrei perfect cond, *SUNBELT MOVING* Experience preferred, but will train quail
Pleaie call 378-8764. 7326 $80; Two end tables ft coffee table set $5200. 338.9039. 7529 fled applicants. Flexible hours Dependability .
$35 Call 372-3805 or 332-3189. 71246 Professional Moving/Packing ft Supplies an absolute must Interviews winbegln -"

EXERCISE BIKE Punturl exec ergometer 1- Item -House full Local/Lng dlstLieIns July 12, you must be available for
Priced for Students! 375-
w/ipenco laddie, ridden only 125 ml training July 19-Aug. 6, and be able to
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the center position. But Williams DWAYNEfrom Repeating a line he used many misjudged Schintzius."I .
from page 16 said Scott was too good an athleteto times during his collegiate career,
pass on."There's. page 16 Schintzius said he had matured as think he is an intelligent,per-
great," Scott said. "The first thing a player and a person,and he wantsto sonable young man," Woolf said.
As and
the top-10 picks came
no set way to build this the behind him. "If I had one criticism of him it is
put past
I think of is Disney World. I can'twait went, fans reveled at the sight of
thing, Williams said. "What that he is tactful he
we'retrying "All I want to do is get down not as as
to to Disney World.
go to do for these first few Schintzius sitting with head in should be. He isn't diplomatic. It
there and and
try to myself
said he had vibes hands amid the seats of prove
Scott good empty
anchor down is his Howard
of like
key positions with way being
get on with my life, Schintzius
about the Magic. guys who will be there for 10 years. already drafted players.In Cosell. telling it like it is. He
"When I left Orlando," Scott Our master plan is right on line." San Antonio, many of the said.Brown said Schintzius'role with doesn't mean any harm."
said, "I had this special kind of 6,000 fans watching the draft at the the Spurs will be primarily as a
feeling inside.I really can't explainit HemisFair Arena booed the selection
but I'm glad to be going there." Fans gathered at the 0'rena for of Schintzius. back-up to Rookie-of-the-Year center Despite all the controversy,past
the Magic's draft party cheered as David Robinson. But Brown problems, and his low selection in
Many anticipated the Magic se- Scott's name was announced."I Rolling his eyes,Schintzius said added he would consider using the draft, Schintzius expressed no
lecting former UF center Dwayne he hoped San Antonio fans would Schintzius and Robinson at the regrets."I .
Schintzius with their first-round grow to love him. same time, with Robinson at for
pick.The team desperately neededa think he's a good guy for our "I'm really a good person," ward.
center last season, with journeyman pick," said Tara Leonard of Mail- Schintzius said. "My basketball Schintzius' agent, Bob Woolf, don't want to be upset,"
player Mark Acres and for- land, "but I still think they should abilities will speak for them- told the San Antonio press he Schintzius said. "I think it workedout
ward Sidney Green sharing time at have taken Schintzius." selves." could not believe how people have for the best.
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Spurs' risk I UF big boy has big wait at draft I

be steal
may NBA teams that Schintzius was
too big a risk.Schintzius.
Alligator Writer conceded Wednesday

of NBA draftThe Dwayne Schintzius waited.. that leaving the Gators
and waited ... and waited might have weakened his draft
4ii11ar Wednesday night at the Jacob status, but he denied he has an
bottom line of four years'worth of on- Javitz Center in New York City attitude problem.
and off-court shenanigans slapped ex-UF Ail- for someone, anyone,to call his "If I had completed my senior
American Dwayne Schintzius in the face last name. year I would have been up
week. Finally, almost three hours there," Schintzius said. "Peoplewere
.% Schintzius, surely the most talented big after the 1990 NBA draft had scared to take a chance. I
man to come along since Navy's David Rob- begun, the 7-foot-2 bad boy of have no doubt about my attitudeor
inson was plucked by San Antonio in 1987, UF was selected with the 24th my ability."
waited until the 24th pick before his name- pick by the San Antonio Spurs. Spurs coach Larry Brown de-
was called by those same Spurs. "That was the longest wait of fended the selection of
24th. my life," said Schintzius imme- Schintzius in an article pub-
Seven-footers don't grow on trees. 7-foot- diately after his selection.A lished in the San Antonio Ex-
ers that shoot and pass with the touch of a tarnished four-year basket- press News Thursday.
forward come along about as often as snow ball career at Florida filled with Brown said Schintzius'ability
in Miami. fights, boasts and disagree- overshadowed his demeanorand
Yet 23 teams passed on Schintzius a ments contributed to that long that he was too good to pass

lottery choice lock prior to his senior year wait.From up. .,1',
including Orlando, which had a pair of the infamous tennis "He's had some problems butI
adequate power forwards doing criminal impersonations racket incident in 1988 to last I dealt with him for three weeks
of NBA centers last season. season's problems with interim- and I think he's OK," Brown
coach Don DeVoe, Schintziuswas said. "He's definitely a great,
Gregg Doyel the center of controversy.Once great prospect. If you're goingto
BLEACHER considered a possible fail, you should fail with a
BUM No. 1 pick, Schintzius' stock 7-footer."
steadily dropped with NBA Brown had coached Schin-
teams who questioned his atti- tzius at the 1986 World Junior
Sure, the tennis racket incident in 1989
tude and desire. After quittingthe Championships in Italy.
and the house fracas of 1990
fraternity were Florida team in January be- Basketball fans in Gainesville -
-Schintzius'unfortunate displays of immaturity on w cause of difficulties with DeVoe, who have dealt with
part. Schintzius showed up at the Or- Schintzius for four years, ex-
Quitting the team weeks after being sus- lando Classic pre-draft camp 30 pressed no sympathy for the
pended for his role in the frat disturbancealso .
pounds overweight.Last troubled ex-Gator. A large
damaged his NBA stock.The focal
pointof month he reportedly in- crowd watching the draft at PJ
his disagreement with then-coach Don
terviewed with one NBA club O'Riley's howled and cheered
DeVoe revolved around the of
Schintzius' hair.A wearing cut-off jeans, and he each time a ,team passed on
ALUGATOR PHOtO allegedly ended another inter- Schintzius.see .
million-dollar body and 10-cent( head, Dwayne Schintzius, head and shoulders above most draft view because he was hungry.All .
said of 15
antagonists the7footer.But prospects prior to 1990, went 24th in the NBA draft. of that convinced moston Dwayne page

Remember another ex-Gator, Vernon

Schintzius Maxwell former? Next was DeVoe's UF to Maxwell's coach teacher's Norm relationshipwith pet.Sloan Saint, Great Scott! Magic UF signee jailedon

Now, take a look at what Maxwell is accomplishing
on the floor. He bloomed aftera draft ex-Tech starBy drug chargesA
mid-season trade from San Antonio to

Houston and looks like a permanent fixturein a wedding day," Williams said, former UF recruit was jailed Friday on charges of
the Rockets' starting lineup. MATTHEW ADAMS "there are no ugly draft picks on draft selling crack cocaine to an undercover officer in Pensa-
Schintzius said before the draft he shouldbe Alligator Writer day. But I've got this feeling about cola.Lateef

*** the first person taken. He wasn't even the Wednesday night was Magic for Dennis. I think hell be something Travis, the prize of Steve Spurrier's 1990 class,
first center taken. Dennis Scott. special." was considered among the nation's top-25 prospects by
Felton Spencer, a lumbering 7-footer who The Orlando Magic selected the Williams expects Scott to fill the recruiting services. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound linebacker
averaged eight points and five rebounds a <6-foot-8< Georgia Tech star with the scoring void left by the trade of signed a letter of intent with UF in February, but failedto
game during his four years at Louisville, fourth pick in this year's NBA draft Theus as well as adding size to the meet entrance requirements and signed with Pearl
earned that honor. Minnesota grabbed him The ACC Player of the Year last Magic's front line. River Community College in Poplarville, Miss.
with the sixth pick: season, Scott averaged 27.7 pointsper "I think well be a little bigger
The next center to go was Temple's Duane game and led Georgia Tech to inside now,a little bulkier,"Williams
Causwell, a shot blocker with limited offen- the NCAA Final Four with his devas- said. "What impressed us was his AROUND
sive skills. Sacramento got him with the No. tating shooting skills before leavingthe overall strength, especially in his SPORTSTravis
18 pick. team after his junior season. hands and in his wrists. He had no
y. San Antonio has the NBA's next dominat An elated Orlando General Man- problem shooting the ball from
ing center,so why roll the dice on Schintzius, ager Pat Williams talked about the three-point range.I think at one pointhe ,19,was arrested Friday at his home at Pensacola
a pure center who, for all his abilities, has Magic's selection. hit eight in a row from back Village and charged with possession of crack with intentto
no chance of unseating Robinson? "Scott was our guy"Williams said. there." deliver,and the sale and delivery of the drug,Escambia
Spurs coach Larry Brown must feel like "We're glad he was there for us." The Magic expect Scott to start in County police said.
he rolled the biggest seven of his coaching There was really no surprise in the small forward position next year, Travis,who led Pine Forest to Class 5A Florida championships
"..,.\career. At worst, Schintzius can serve as Scott's availability.Earlier in the day, replacing the duo of Jerry Reynoldsand in 1987 and 1988, reportedly sold three rocksof
Robinson's back-up. Not many teams have a the Magic traded the two second- Otis Smith.Reynolds played bril- crack worth $100 to an undercover officer.
shot-blocking 7-footer coming off the bench. round picks they received for veteran liantly in spots but often was erratic.At Kruger to coach at Olympic Festival
And if Schintzius blossoms as a pro, San guard Reggie Theus to Seattleto 6-foot-5,.Smith is better suited for, UF coach Lon Kruger will coach the North squad for
Antonio either has a mean set of Twin Tow- ensure the Supersonics would not guard., the Olympic Sports Festival, which runs from July 7-10
ers or can trade him away for help in other select Scott. That deal was announced In a conference call Wednesday in Minneapolis.UFs .
areas. The trade value of a solid starting after most of the crowd had night, Scott talked about his Impressions Stacey Poole was selected to participate, but was
center is a lot higher than the 24th pick San left the arena. Williams said while of Orlando. sidelined by a knee injury last month.,
Antonio spent on Schintzius. draft picks are always uncertain, "I think Central Florida will''be' Other UF athletes competing include track stars Dion

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