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Plans to revamp ,"

Student Ghetto

go ..,'

before city officialsBy

MATTHEW SAUER nance that the area would need will aa4
Alligator Writer require a large investment by the
city,"Fernsler said."There are nu- I
Gainesville city'commissionersonce merous streets and sidewalks in
again are considering rede- need of repaving and areas where T. '.annw
veloping the Student Ghetto, a de- the tree canopy will need filling. f
cision they made Monday night
Another problem Fernsler cited
after hearing a consulting firm rep- was parking. "
resentative describe how to best go 5
about the overhaul.In "There is a need for stricter enforcement
a nutshell, the plan would and a greater increaseof
create more room for new busi- decal parking," Fernsler said.
nessesmore_ permanent residen- There is a need for improved,sup-
tial homes and less affordable plies of parking for businesses and
apartment houses for UF studentsin an enhancement of pedestrian traf
a community commissionersrefer fic. i
to as College Park, the area
bounded by Northwest 13th Street, Fernsler said some of the park
West University Avenue, North- ing and traffic problems could be
west Eighth Avenue and North- solved by selectively creating
west 23rd Street.Commissioners. dead-end streets to reduce traffic.

voted unani- Tom Rider, from the neighbor
mously to refer the plan,to City, hood association,told commissioners E. ANN STODDAA0-ALLn Awa 4
Manager Paul White and the city that neighborhood business, i 4i
public works committee for review religious and community leaders ?
and approval White and the com- have reached an agreement on the
mittee will then work out the cost way the area should be redevel- N'a' S r f fem.-ww
of implementing the plan and bringit oped.
back to commissioners. '
John Fernsler,a consultant with "We held three meetings that
Wallis,Roberts and Todd Inc., told were 'open to' the public, and we
commissioners that the Student received nearly unanimous approval
Ghetto is in need of redevelopmentto from the people attendingthe
bring in more taxes, but cau- meetings Rider''said. "We i
tioned that single-family housing have dealt,with various residents,
must remain a priority. businessmen, the University of
"This is an Important area of the Florida planning assembly and
city because of its proximity to the President Lombardi's office in formulating t. ANN SIOOOARo-ALUaAIOK hLwr wvvtilALU.A uN i

university and relationship with UF this plan. The Third of July

activism," Fernsler said. "Redevel- When asked how to pay for sucha Members of the Barber Gator Chorus of Gainesville, above, sing during the Fanfare and ''
opment in the area is necessary, redevelopment project Fernslertold Sharon and Seth Weintaub of 1
but it cannot be allowed to compromise Fireworks celebration at the UF Bandshell Tuesday night.
the single-family environ- commissioners they probably Gainesville, left, spent Tuesday afternoon picnicking at the Bandshell. Fireworks explodeover
would have to assess a special tax
ment in the College Park area." or create taxing districts., the Bandshell, right.
When commissioners recently
considered redevelopment many Fernsler said commissioners'first
UF students said they were con- priorities after including the
cerned at the possible loss'of af- College Park plan into the city's Local group fights hate crimes
fordable housing in the Student I zoning plan would be to start specific

Ghetto.Fernsler conducted a nine- buying redevelopment the parking projects lot behindSt. suchas Commission alerted to rise in acts against races, religions :

month study of the area at. the .Augustine Church and Catholic case before arrests could be made.' '
the Student Center 1738 W. By MATTHEW SAUER i
request of University Park University Brown told commissioners about a'recent incident
Neighborhood Association, a Ave., and zoning it for businesses.He Alligator Writer
when two men stopped several skinheads from ha-
group of businessmen and resi-. said the new ,businesses Members, of 9 local organization opposing hate- rassing a woman at a party. When the two men left,
dents interested In redevelopment. would be a'good buffer zone between crimes told city commissioners Monday night that the skinheads chased them .to their house in the
Fernsler showed commissioners University Avenue bars.- they are concerned about the growing number of Student Ghetto, she said.

a slide he recommends presentation of some ,such as the Purple Porpoise and racially motivated crimes in Gainesville.Jenny When a police officer showed up Brown said the
features changingin
such broken Ball's Oyster and Wing Bar-and Brown, representing Community Against officer was able to get the skinheads to leave the ,
the neighborhood
streets"with as few nearby, houses. CommissionerTom Hate Crimes,'said Gainesville recently has had a large" immediate area, but he couldn't get them to move
sidewalks '
and abandoned houses.: McKnew said the'plan may increase in the number of hate crimes acts committed farther away than the property's edge.
trees He said the majority of buildings be a good way to reduce violence out of hatred toward a certain religion, race or Brown said the officer told the two men they had
'in the neighborhood are sound,but, and !loitering around the bars. sex She also said police are apathetic to the problem. provoked the skinheads and that was why they had

stricter zoning and code enforce- Tm really, disgusted with the Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton said he is been chased.
ment 'would be necessary'to,Im- whole thing,* McKnew said. "Per- aware of the.growing number of hate crimes in the "If a disgrace that a police officer should condone
prove the quality of some haps we could take advantage of area and has established a network of contacts to such a thing," Brown said.

dilapidated. buildings. 'this' new plan, to,'make.' ,some, identify the people involved in recent attacks. see Hate, page 4
43J S "The'basic degree -of'mainte- changes in the,area.", Clifton said he would have to build a strong legal


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I COLLEGE 'NEWS I '. I Village Park

.J) Asian-American students threatened still here, and we're'not going away. We are watchingyOU. tfor)
Approximately 20 Asian-American students dis- ,.f "- rr 4
covered a second group threatening letters in their o Harassment reports force retirement t: : >
mailboxes at the University of California, Santa Bar A University of Washington linguistics professor : .

bara. retired following six new reports of sexual advances" \t. .' NOW LEASING FOR FALL

According to The Daily Nexus, the mailings were levied by former students. :":;':':'":-,-_.,..--
the second such incident at UCSB in the past two According to The Daily, Professor Sol Saporta was "* ':2 Bedrooms sUfMn ; at $35002 month
months. The letters, addressed to "chinks," were suspended for one year by a UW faculty committeethat .

found by students with Asian surnames.The style and determined he had sexually harassed three Townhouses or flats e Turn: Unfum,

content of the letters was similar to the first group, women.The three women had filed formal complaintswith pools 3 laundries e Ceiling fans
Keiko Inoue the coordinator of the and Action
according to the Equal Employment Affirmative
Study Hall a Rec Hall 2 sem leases availA
Asian-American component of the UCSB Educational Office.

Opportunity Program.The Saporta chose to retire after six more students Student Community minutes from campus & shopping
first batch of letters threatened physical informally reported alleged incidents of sexual
999-1001 SW 16 Ave
violence if Asian-Americans didn't "go back where harassment. 378-3771

(they) came from."The second group warned, "We're ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT 9-4:30: Weekdays


Always Two

Show: The Indian Student As. Call 332-0700.() Jam for Justice: The Baird Cen- Dance Floors

sociation is sponsoring an exhibitionof Sink. : The UF Scuba Club is ter, 619 S. Main St., is holding a fe
Indian landscape oil paintings by meeting Thursday evening at 6 at concert Friday evening at 7 for Nelson ; UPSTAIRS
Dr Pratima Misra. The exhibit is the Florida Pool to plan summer Mandela's African National Con

July 7 and 8 from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m., in dives. Call David, 335-4313. gress, the Bravo medical fund in El Wed:

Reitz Union Room B-74. Or swim: The UF Water Ski Salvador and Nicaragua's FSLN. Simon's i got
Kick-off party: The Gay and les- Club is having a mandatory meeting Quake relief: Iranian students are
bian Student Union is having a party. July 10 at 8 p.m. for all drivers and accepting tents, medicine,blanketsand "A REAL PLACE TO DANCE""STATE. the power.Brainstorm.

For maps, meet at 7:30: July 7 behind drivers-in-training in Reitz Union money for Iranian earthquake
the Institute for Black Culture, NW Room B-70. Call Dirk, 336-4052 or victims. Call the Islamic Center of Thurs:

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\j Summerfest offers :

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,(I free music, prizes ..

By MELISSA SEGEL cent hired former Miami Dolphin
Alligator Writer fullback Larry Csonka to begin the
festivities early.Csonka .
This weekend,students may find
who's expected to
that not everything at UF costs
speak about athletics and leader-

money. ship, will open Summerfest Thurs-
Students and faculty can enjoy day at 7 p.m. in the Reitz Union
free food,live bands, game booths, Ballroom.On .
prizes and movies Thursday

through Saturday at this year's Friday,activities on the Reitz

j Summerfest. Union North Lawn will include a

The activities are part of an annual live broadcast by Kiss 105, volley

mid-summer celebration de- ball, tug-of-war, a mini-fair featur-
signed to welcome incoming ing group displays and a

freshman and returning students, "burgerbash" free hamburgersand
said Summerfest director Karen refreshments provided by SG.

Hertz. Students will also find prizes and

Student Government, the Reitz dunking booths.

Union Program Council, Accent
and the Inter-Residence Hall Asso- Friday night, IRHA will present
ciation organized the threedayevent "The Hunt for Red October" and

,and officials said they expect "Major League" from 9 p.m. to 1
w about 6,000 people to attend. a.m. on the Reitz Union North

Summerfest was created so SG Lawn. ,

organizations can recruit studentsto
40s. join groups, said SG Vice Presi- On Saturday, RUPC is sponsor
ing a "bandsmash," featuring six
dent Kevin Mayeux. Groups' mem-
s.> r local bands at the UF Bandshell.The .
II bers will set up displays for
interested students, he said. bands will be Sinan Bane,
I What Anne Likes, Bumble, Sub-
said SG is about
Mayeux paying
1 If :'..11"' ject, Henrietta's Lovers and Tone
$6,500 for the three days of activi-
Unknown, Rossi said.
ties. SG is trying to save students
1 Julie Gorman, an engineering senior from Maryland, relaxes in the flotation device Wednesday money by asking local businessesto More than $2,500 in prizes will 1 t
donate and he
afternoon at Oasis Apartments. prizes money, be given out from local businesses. '
I said. Prizes will include$220 in member
"A lot of businesses in town are ships to Gainesville Gym, more
Salt bath soaks away stress eager to work for Summerfest," than $400 in discounts from Scis-

Mayeux said.Summerfest.
sors and cassettes from Tom's Records -
r traditionally has Hertz said.
By CARRIE SEGAL well. ease, Brower said. been a one-day event on Broward

Alligator Writer "Normal people are pretty "It's a really good thing," Beach. But Mayeux said this year's "It's going to be the event of the
stressed, too," Brower said. Brower said. "We're getting events were expanded because Ac- summer," she said.

Stephanie Zunich said she A book by Michael Hutchinson (muscle) flexibility increasesthat

never felt anything like it in her credits Dr.John C. Lilly with we never thought were pos- Concert benefitinternational
J life as she climbed into an 8 foot the first simple flotation tank, sible." to

by 5 foot bathtub-like object filled which was invented in the 1950s.
The dense salt solutionin
with 1,000 pounds of. Epsom salt The book said the inventor Epsom
the float tank also reduces the .
dissolved in water. wasn't trying to create a relaxation
burden of the pull of gravity, he
"You get in and it's really tank he was trying to said. groups
dark," she said. "I closed the build a research instrument with
door. As you're lying there, your which he could study neu- "Eighty-five percent of the By SUSAN SPENCER ber and one of the concert's orga-

body goes into such a relaxed ropsychology. body's energy is spent fightingthe Alligator Writer nizers, said the concert's proceedswill
state that actually hear force of gravity, Brower be divided equally between the
you can Floating is beneficial becausethe
heart beat." said. "Without the tug of gravity Six bands will be "jammin' forjustice" three benefit organizations.Checks .
salt heals and relaxes
your Epsom
people can relax," he said. Friday night to raise money will be donated to American
Zunich was relaxing in a float muscles, said Phil Wharton, for international revolutionarycauses funds sponsoring the groups.

tank, surrounded only by shal- manager of the float tank and a Florida School of Massage director including the antiapartheid CISPLA and other ?
low,warm water and pitch black UF telecommunications senior. Paul Davenport recom- African National Congress.The the concert to sponsors show organized

ness." "The magnesium sulfate mends floating.! benefit concert,Jam for Justice port and solidarity with freedom sup-

Floating relaxes muscles, re- (Epsom salt) crosses the skin "Any low-sensory input environment 2, begins at 7 p.m., July 7 at fighters and to have a good time,
lieves soreness, reduces blood membrane through osmosis andit that allows you to let go the Baird Center, 619 S. Main St., Weinstein said.
pressure and stress and assists inhibits muscle contractions," of what's going on outside your and will feature several blues, rock
The concert follows Nelson
: in self-help and positive-thinking Brower said.Floating body and tune in to what's goingon and rap groups, including BoDiddley's Mandela's recent visit the
exercises, said Randy Brower, a is also effective because in your body is beneficial." backup band, Scott Free to
United States but Weinstein saidthaf
neuromuscular therapist and of the temperature, Wharton Davenport said.Brewer's and the Bad Dad Revue. '
owner of the tank said. All raised from the con- s coincidental the sponsors
integrated approachis began organizing concert
Zunich, one of Bower's "It's equal to skin temperature cert will be sent to the ANC, the months before knew
the best to the float they aboutMandela's
customers, said of her float, "It's ," Wharton said. "You don't way use Nicaraguan Sandinistas and the .
tank he said.Floating trip.Weinstein
similar to being in the ocean. It's feel the water after 30 seconds. Bravo medical fund for the peopleof
like waves that move a little bit" You become deprived of your relieves tight mus- El Salvador. said the first Jam for

Brower bought the, tank for "senses and aware of your body. cles and can assist in selfawareness Local musicians performing will Justice in 1984 was a large yard

$6,000 in January.He opened the There's no gravity, sight, soundor Brower said. include Flash Silvermoon & party at a private home which

tank to the public in midJuneafter touch." Jillian Alexander, a member of Friends, The PhDs, Bumble, The raised almost $3,000. The moneywas
testing it, he said, becausehe A person can either float in the UF tennis team, said floatingis Green and Hideo. sent to buy books for black
wanted make it available to silence with music with self- students in South Africa.
to or a great tool for recovery."It The concert is sponsored by the
everyone. For $15, anybody can help tapes. It's up to the individ- Committee in Support of the Peo- "We hope this concert will be
float for one hour in Brower's ual to wear a bathing suit or float indirectly helps me on the ple of Latin America, Student Co- even bigger and better and lots of

tank at the Oasis Apartments off nude, but everybody who floats court because floating"makes my alition Against Apartheid and fun," Weinstein said.

Southwest 34th Street, near the must shower before and after muscles more supple, she said. Racism, Veterans for Peace, the
"The looser I am, the better correctionThe
Industrial Park. float. my
Southwest they Gainesville chapter of the National
Half of Brower's customersare After each float the tank is put game Organization for Women and salaries of state-wide educa-

athletes but Brower said he through an ultraviolet filtration When asked about his floating Ethos, a human rights group for tion officials are going to be re-

plans to continue ,offering the system for purification, eliminating experiences Wharton said, "If high school students. Admission is viewed later this month. The
tank's effects to non-athletes as the risk of infection.. dis- a trip of the senses." a $3-10 donation. Alligator implied otherwise in a

Scott Weinstein,a CISPLA mem- headline on this page Tuesday.I .


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I U.S. offers help to President DoeMONROVIA I 1605 Tonite S W. UlhSl. CAMPUS SPECIAL

Liberia (UPI) Embattled Liberian day Wednesday with rifle and artillery fire. r---------------M!
President Samuel Doe Wednesday met the U.S. ambassador Doe's right-hand man, I Ivin Jones, minister for .
who has offered to help him escape from presidential affairs,became the latest cabinet memberto C: -
rebel forces closing in on the capital, as fighting leave the country. Jones flew to the neighboring I 1 1I
reached the suburbs of Monrovia. Ivory Coast aboard an unscheduled flight Wednesday
Doe's soldiers, meanwhile, reportedly looted partsof morning. Most cabinet ministers and senior administration I 'II
the city during curfew. officials had already fled abroad. I Pizza Bar & Med. Coke 1 1I
Ambassador Peter De Vos drove under heavy U.S. The United States positioned a naval task force with
Marine guard through streets of shuttered and barred 2,100 marines off the Liberian coast and placed it on I M-F 11:303:30Campus. I II
shops to Doe's fortress-like mansion for about an hourof alert. It also has offered to evacuate Doe, but he has ,
talks. not yet asked to leave, the State Department. said I Campus. Oaks Mall Plaza 1
Officials declined to give details of the discussions. Tuesday. 136 NW 13th St ::Ii (Next to Toys-R-Us)
Nervous soldiers with fixed bayonets at a makeshift Firing erupted in Congo Town with rebels moving 373-8161 over Valid)Only With Coupon 331.1 011 J
roadblock said about toward the transmitter the main state-run radio
rebels at
1,000 were advancing on - - - -
the eastern suburb of Congo Town from the suburbof station, which was off the air Wednesday. Fightingalso
Paynesville, which echoed with artillery and gun continued to rage around the nearby 72nd army
fire. Firing also could be heard on the city's western reconnaissance base. E
outskirts. Heavy firing was heard throughout the, ',1'tht in the
The guerrilla rebels of former government official west of the city, a mile north of M<>"n>via port, V. I. P.
Charles Taylor have been fighting their way toward according to residents contacted by radio.
Monrovia since late last year. Taylor accuses Doe of Soldiers claimed 1,000 rebels were marching down
corruption and promises to hold democratic elections. the road from Paynesville. Diplomats agreed there (Very Important Expo People)
Doe, once a close ally of the United States, is a were only about 1,000 rebels in all attacking the city.
for the committee
Applications are now being accepted. following positions:
former army master sergeant. He came to power in a Twelve corpses were found in Duala, a western
1980 coup. suburb.The bodies of two men were found on a beach
Doe has agreed in principle to resign, after being near the British and U.S. Embassies. Residents said Employer Packet Assistant Director
under pressure from close associates and from the they saw three other bodies in the back of a truck Freight and Display Assistant Director
rebels who attacked the city for the third consecutive carrying soldiers.
Parking and Transportation. Director
and Assistant. Director

I' Albania may allow mass exodusVIENNA I CRC Support Committee; Director

and Assistant. Director
(UPI) Albania is prepared to throw open Albanian capital,for the second straight day,but there
its borders to wide-scale emigration in an attempt to were no fresh attempts to enter nearby embassies. Staff Members for all committeesIf
halt a stampede of refugees seeking asylum at foreign Diplomats and official sources said the rush to the
embassies, French diplomats said Wednesday. embassies followed street battles Monday between you are a dedicated student interested In gaining
Scrambling to defuse unrest that sparked street demonstrators and security forces. ATA said police experience and getting acquainted with potential
battles between police and protesters earlier in the Monday dispersed a crowd of about 400 rock-throwing employers, we need you to help coordinate the Fall
week, the communist Albanian government stands protesters outside a foreign embassy.The Career Expo set for September 14, 1990 in the
ready to grant 15,000 exit visas and may soon abolishthe news agency said a number of people were O'ConneJI Center. Apply at the Career Resource
visa requirement altogether, the diplomats said arrested and there were injuries on both sides. Center (B-1 Reitz Union).
after contacts with Albanian officials. The West German government, saying two of the
The government's decision came as more than 200 83 refugees at its Tirana mission suffered gunshot
Albanians huddled inside about a dozen foreign mis- wounds, condemned as "unacceptable" the use of
sions seeking asylum and safe passage out of the deadly force against Albanians who tried to scrambleover
country. Scores of security troops were deployed the embassy wall
outside the embassies to guard against new defections. The Italian government called for U.N. Interventionto set
Adding to the tense atmosphere, a bomb exploded safeguard human rights in Albania. Foreign Mini not p sea
overnight on the grounds of the Cuban Embassy, ster Gianni Michelis, presiding over a meeting of
shattering windows but causing no injuries,the official European Community foreign ministers in Brussels, 6:11: a
Albanian Telegraphic Agency reported.The also urged the 12 EC nations to collectively seek"firm eel seem
Yugoslav news agency Tanjug said a large assurances on the future"of Albanians.seeking asylumat oal Gainesville's LargestProgressive
.crowd of Albanians massed in downtown Tirana, the foreign embassies. I mea

I Controversial book publisher. dies at 71 I Sol:- Bar X=

PARIS (UPI) Maurice Girodias, the publisherwho James Joyce and Jean Genet as well as by Nabokov, Thurs Fit & Sat.
launched the English edition of Vladimir Donleavy and Burroughs. not
Nabokov's "Lolita" and who once was described as A soft-spoken, conservatively dressed man, he at- all lllEli DRAFT) 12 MI5CK
"the man who made the world safe for pornography tributed much of his worldly success to the "Bog- not agoas -
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ERIC ENRIQUE who will be forced to live in temporary "The high demand is difficult for an increase in stress among room- housing contract if they request to
triples-three students livingin mates, Grimm said. live off
Alligator Writer me, Grimm said. "I don't like to campus.
a room designed for two if turn people away. It's importantthat Eric Steinle, a senior criminology But Grimm also said he would
Freshmen who attend summer they want to continue living on students who want to live on major, said he was under tremendous have eliminated all of last year's a.
classes might get a head start in campus.An campus be able to live on campus." stress when he lived in a temporary triples by mid-October H
the classroom, but they could get additional 309 students are Once rooms become availablefor temporary triple in the fall of 1987."I if students had agreed to move to Pother '
the short end of the stick from UF on a waiting list for space in the students on the waiting list, hated it,"Steinle said. "Therewas buildings.
o housing officials when they are assigned fall, Grimm said. they will be put in temporary triples always someone there to talk Robyn Murray, a Winter Park
dormitory rooms. Students on the waiting list will with freshmen who have already on the phone, watch TV or have freshman, said living in a temporary -
The housing shortage this fall is be notified if there will be space for confirmed their housing agree- guests over. No one should be triple will be tough, but she
similar to shortages in past years, them, but the number of spaces ment, Grimm said. forced to live in a small concrete is going to keep a positive attitude.
said housing director James depends on the number of cancel Studies conducted by the Divi- box with two other people. You'll "It's something HI have to go
Grimm. Grimm said he expects to lations, he said."Because sion of Housing have shown that go crazy from the lack of privacy. through," Murray said. "Besides,
accommodate about 3,480 freshmen we allow people to can temporary triples do not increase Grimm said he usually is able to it's not the room that makes living
this fall,but more than 800 of cel, we have to oversell," Grimm disciplinary problems or decrease eliminate most temporary triplesby together a success,but the room-
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DART to the city of Gainesville for not sponsoring a
Fourth of July fireworks show.'The local Jaycees have

sponsored the show the last three years, but the group
didn't have the money this July.

The city shouldn't count on the Jaycees to sponsor a .. ,
show. Good shows cost money, but they're an excellent ..,. '\, "
way for the government to show it's trying to give some- ,
thing back to the community.The '

government takes care of its citizens in many ways CNAS
that residents never notice. It's a shame that Gainesville Ca

missed out on a perfect opportunity to give taxpayers a
visible example of where their money goes.
LAUREL to Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton
for dropping his plan to barricade two downtown parkinglots

and charge admission to park there. The lots, just off
Southwest First Avenue about dozen clubs
serve a area RUMP: TH
including Market Street Pub, Club X and Central City. TRUMP : ro E Ct 1)) (C 1
Clifton had said he wanted to stop area fighting and ,90
vandalism, but club owners convinced him that his plan TRUMP : (()) ---c

might cause customers to park elsewhere and not come
to their clubs. Clifton also cited a recent drop in that I

area's crime as a reason for changing his mind. Total college experience possible I Iute

But he said he's going to reconsider his plan in the fall,
when most students return to Gainesville. is what you make it
We hope he realizes between now and then that restrict- When I first entered UF, I was amazed at the size > Kevin Mayeux
ing access to lots isn't a solution. People are going to be- and complexity of the nation's eighth largest public SPEAKING OUTIt
university.As a freshman,I attended classes with 300
have the way they want to, whether they do it in one lot other students and received grades by social security
makes sense, though, that to really do all these
where they be watched in different of
can or parts town. number, making me feel like just another face in the
things, a student needs to reach out and grasp some-
DART to Infirmary Director Boyd Kellett for implementing crowd.I found it necessary to reach out and find areas at
thing that will add meaning to the time they spend
a plan that placed the Sexual Assault where I could meet new friends and gain experience, UF. After four years on a campus, students should
Recovery Service under the Infirmary's Mental Health Ser- so I became involved in campus activities. have a taste what life has to offer.
Former UF President Marshall Criser said
vices this week. times that only 10 percent of what you learn many from Student Government offers opportunities for every
We've printed letters and comments from SARS college comes from the classroom. This seems espe- student to get involved. By sponsoring free concerts
patients and counselors who say the same thing forcing cially true at UF today. and bringing in interesting speakers, SG Is workingon
sexual assault victims to go for help in a place called We have a fantastic recreational program. Thereare entertaining programming for the campus.Cabinet
positions and the Student Senate let the student body
Mental Health Services is going to place a stigma on vic- more than 350 student organizations, with many work on projects and represent the views of the
opportunities for each student to find his or her nichein
tims that will almost certainly turn potential patients away. campus life. students across the campus.

Patients we've interviewed say they might not have With intramural and leisure sporting events, an For example, Summerfest the summer's premier
sought help if SARS had been under mental health. Interesting" athletic program, many fraternities and programming event, will be held July 5-7. Be sure to
We hope victims who have not yet gone for help don't sororities, dormitory activities and student group drop by the Reitz Union Ballroom July 5 at 7 p.m.Reitz to
hear Miami Dolphin legend Larry Csonka, the
programming, there is always something enrichingto
allow this administrative change to keep them from talk- do. Union North Lawn July 6 for free burgers and gamesin
ing to a trained counselor. 9 and
the afternoon and movies starting at p.ra
In order to really be happy and get the full Gator
LAUREL to Student Body President Michael Browne experience,a student should take some initiative and the UF bandshell July 7 from noon to 6 p.rn to hear
and his administration for fulfilling one of his campaign go out there and see an that UF has to offer.By joininga six local bands jam.If .
promises and finding a way to add lights to some heavily club,going to events and trying to make this campusa you want to find out more about student organiza-
traveled campus walkways.Browne's better place for everyone,each person can feel truly tions and activities,keep an eye on Tin Alligator,call
satisfied. SG at 392-1665 or drop by Reitz Union Room 305.
plan called "Veins of Safety will upgrade ex-
Almost everyone comes to college with three thingsin After talking to students and graduates, many are
isting lights and add lights to connect dark streets to well- mind: getting away from home, getting a degreeso sorry that they did not participate more in campus
lighted areas. they can earn a lot of money and being able to life. By getting out and doing something, waiting in
To get the extra lights, Browne had to move pretty party for a few years before settling down. There's those hour-long drop/add lines win seem a little more
quickly because the money had to be approved by state nothing wrong with any of these activities. College worthwhile.
should be fun. Ktvin Maytux Is UF student body vies pmldentI
legislators. He was elected in February and the session -
started in April. I I TIERS TO THE EDITOR

UF had already submitted its request for things like victims in violent crimes,rapes and To 'say we should give a cold-
this, but he managed to get this $200,000 item added and murders. Society and the judicial blooded murderer the chance to
passed. We're glad to see that student safety is one of violent criminalsEditor system has also made us aware that read discover a secret talent or
Browne's top priorities.alligator. to willfully take another human life become an asset to society is
:I find it sad that in the June is wrong, and therefore those who despicable on our part The murder
21 letter, "Death penalty vengeful choose to defy our laws and victim didn't have a chance.
Editor solution*people in our society still freedoms must face the consequences. Our: government has been
continually fail to the vic welfare
educating citizens, giving
A. Plunkett .
Judy tim. I believe, on the It simply'' for
contrary, appalls me to think to provide some sort of stability
Managing Editor Opinions Editor people who intentionally commit a people believe we must the family and providing drug and
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella crime, other than those declared "rehabilitate those who fail to reach alcohol care. Yet, It still hasn't
insane, can and should be held their potential: prevented the killer from loading
Utter Policy directly responsible for their actions. If "we".,are referring his .357. Maybe the death penalty
to urn'
Letters to the editor should not.ie.td 200 words (about one silo pap). They should be .
typed cIoublHCNlOed and, lpwd. They Should Include a typed name, address and, telephone deserving criminals who sit in our 'will1>
number. Name will be withheld r the writer thaw Just cause. IT you hive any question Mil Society has conditioned[Itself to well-kept and facilitated prisons, JwrnVcr Spbr
the editorial page editor at 87M4M
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71X18 --r and theater "It's
darkness of the theater requires that regular. representative of
: '. eyes adjust to its dimness. Black the community."
covering the windows envelopthe Mutima capped-off this past season on
June 3 with story-telling and singing. He
theater. A piece of orange carpet serves
played conga drums and a ngatitl, a 1-foot-
as the stage. Flags and posters on the walls
add yet a little more color. tall, five-stringed instrument which he held
Rows of black, velour-covcrcd chairs on over a microphone on his lap.
various levels surround the stage in a horse- The 37-year-old Mutima has been livingin
shoe fashion. The lighting equipment is a Gainesville for 20 years. Story-telling is
bit out-dated. The coolness of the theater is what he does best. "I know about 200
eerie at first, but the sound of music warms s aAE h "s stories," he says."There are stories I know
the theatre and embraces newcomers. that I forgot I know."
But there's more to the Acrosstown In the story "Abena," Mutima sings,"Lis
Repertory Theatre and Coffeehouse than ten to your mother; she tells no lies." It's a
looks there's history. The Gainesville w story about a beautiful young girl who
Community Playhouse donated the chairs, wouldn't accept any marriage proposals.Her .
and the Everyman Sound Co. lent the light- mother tells Abena that she won't stay
ing equipment.The beautiful all of her life. But Abena waits
theater and coffeehouse began at the too long and is tricked by a man disguisedas
Star Garage in downtown Gainesville, but a python.
that building was made into law offices. "Pity the child who doesn't listen to
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre and mama," Mutima sings. Many of his songsare
Coffeehouse then moved to the Baird Cen- experiences or lessons. He says this is
ter at 619 S. Main St., where it now stands.It how most people learn.
was able to get back on its feet by grants Folk music is only part of Mutima's
given to it by the city of Gainesville. talents. He's a poet and actor, too. He
Although the Acrosstown Coffeehouse E. ANN STODDARD performs at children and adult parties.
shares its space with the Acrosstown Reper- Acrosstown Repertory Theatre co-founder Ed Hoovler reclines on the porch of his favorite home. "I'm more comfortable as a storyteller,"

tory Theatre, it's a separate organization.The Gainesville residents could discover dif- today is air-conditioning and heat now Mutima says. But he wasn't 100 percent
Acrosstown Coffeehouse began opera- ferent local talent."It they have both Hoovler says. Another comfortable one recent Sunday night."I .
tion in 1984.Ed Hoovler and Ajamu Mutima eventually became a cross-section of difference is that six years ago, there was felt too far from the audience," he says."I .
wanted to provide a place where folk artists the community," Mutima says. That's how no sound equipment."It couldn't see people like I wanted..m
could present their talents."I its name came about. "It was a place for was more intimate without it," Hoov- Folk music isn't all that the coffeehouse
wanted to give acoustic performers, people to work together," he says. ler says. "There were less things to stand offers. This year it sponsored country and
poets and storytellers a chance to have a The coffeehouse was originally supposedto between the performer and the audience." Latin music, as well as poetry readings. For
good place to perform, make a little money be an outlet for local talent.This,Hoovler The price of the entertainment has gone different kinds of performers,it's importantthat
and have an audience who knew what they says, he has been successful in doing. The up too. It used to be $2.50; now it's $4. That a place like Acrosstown is available,
were coming for and would listen to it," coffeehouse presents Florida folk singers ina money goes toward paying the rent on the Hoovler says. The music has been Impor-
Hoovler says. comfortable format. It's not fancy, but It's hall and paying the performers.Though the tant, and it will stay important."It's .
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre beganas comfortable, coffeehouse manager and price has gone up, regulars get something part of our soul," he says. "In one
an avenue where blacks in Gainesville publicity director Kris Williams says. special for their money. real essential way, it's the air we breathe.
could perform, Mutima says. Hoovler The biggest difference between the cof- "There's great music and nice people You take the music, you take a piece of our
hoped for a better mix of performers so feehouse six years ago and the coffeehouse here," says Sidney Bertisch, a coffeehouse lives."

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Welcome to Summer B, old and new UF students. To all those who still don't Einstein A Go Co Aquanettas

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Fest will take place Saturday at the UF Bandshell. The first
band, Sinan Bane, will\ perform at noon. Other bands are Bumble, What
Anne Likes, Subject, Henrietta's Lovers and The Tone Unknown.
"Music for Minds," a festival organized by Gainesville's black
community to benefit the Santa Fe Community College Downtown
Center, will take place Saturday from 3 to 8 p.m. at Citizen's Field. The
festival features live bands, dancers, rhythm & blues, rap and gospel
singers. Donations at the door are $1 for students and $2 for adults.
Call 395-5235 for more info.

Barbara Neijna: Sculpture and Drawings opens Sunday and runs
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television on a weeknight, watch "hip" weeknight spot.. Second, you toric," says Ron Rothberg, a UF "
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another night without studying.You That's' another reason why it paysto here. It wasn't' the same, but they
realize that what you really bar hop during the week- more did serve beer." .,

need is to go out and have a good swinging singles to be had.. Rothberg,a Porpoise regular,did 2 Jeff Moore, a UF criminology senior, serves the pitchers fast and fierce at Balls
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go where everyone is going to recovering from a hangover; b) The Porpoise is full of regulars. Js
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campus where plenty of students everyone seems to want to be you're looking ,
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will be hanging out. in this area.. There's' some surprised if you get some beer The crowd at Balls can get sort of sloppy alter a night of multiple pitchers even
Somewhere with hordes of drinks are.1 open space at the front tables, T f, lj dumped on you.. But hey, it's' all on Sunday, the supposed day of rest.
Most of all but sit here if I'd part of the ambience at Balls.. Cuminal's' favorite is
people. though, a people only they "Danny's is great on Tuesday hangout
place where drinking is the want to relax. 1,9 COMING IN THIRD, BUT NOT night, I never come here any other Balls, but "the music's' too loud,"
main priority.But PatSiracusapolitical "One thing you can count distant one, is Danny's'. on the night, she says."Everyone she says.
where do you go? And on-the Porpoise is laid corner of University Avenue and comes here on Tues-- Bennett thinks Balls'!is too small,
what night do you go there? science senior back,/ says UF senior Chrys-- Main Street' especially on Tuesday day," UF sophomore Kelly Hardy and she likes Danny's' mostly be-
These are important questionsfor telle Cuminal.! "It's' definitelylaid night.. It's called "token night",and says. "On Tuesday, Danny's' is justa cause of its size.
any serious college student back, and I love it.." boy is it packed.. When you buy a fun place to be.." Ron Folks says, "I'd' rather be
So let's' answer them.. UF senior! : Laura Taylor drink on "token night" you get a ALL THREE PLACES PLAY here than at Balls.. Only because I
Let.s's say you have two agrees with Cuminal"The token for a free one. There always popular music on their so-called rarely get in trouble here."
nights a week to devote to being a Simpsons" at one of many drinking Porpoise is casual (and) seems to be a line of people at the "hot" nights. Also, at each place a Larkin likes Danny's' "because
young college barfly. Of course, establishments in town. relaxed,"Taylor says.. "You can just entrance waiting to pay the $$3 television set plays with the that's' where everyone's' gonna be.
you need Friday night to go out So, on a weeknight, what's' a hang out and be yourself.." rvti cover charge. volume turned down.. But the Who wants to go to a dead club?"
with your friends happy hour at good place that's' swarming with Dave Zierden, a UF engineering in a way it's not, says journalism "The hot spots are where the television remains in the back- To Bullock, none of the three bars
Chili's' or maybe a party that begins drinking fools? Hmmm..that'seasy. student, says he likes the Porpoise major Christine Larkin.the with cheap drinks are," says political ground-no one usually watches it are dead.. "I 1 see more people I knowat
Balls is definitely place
early.. Saturday night, maybe, just because of its, "friendly clientele, r4i; the most attitude.. It's' not' necessarily science senior Pat Siracusa. for very long.In the Porpoise.. I see more people
maybe, you have a date. If you ONE PLACE YOU MIGHT WANTto friendly employees, nice atmos-- a good or a bad attitude, it's' justan Even when Danny's' is crowded, spite of these similarities, the I don't' want to see at Balls.. And it's'
don't' you'd' like to find one. go (if you can only go to one phere and good music.." attitude. You feet( it when you you can breathe. It's' a large estab-- three bars are individual enough to just fun to hang out at Danny's.' "
If you're' going to find that spe-- place) is the Purple Porpoise- Don't' get the wrong idea, walk into the room. Cockiness and lishment, well lit, and the walls are warrant comparisons and con- Lisa Wertheimer, a first-time
cial someone to fill your evening, cated on University Avenue across though, this bar is far from boring.. lldl.. abound at Balls. decorated with sports prints, trasts. Gainesville visitor, likes the Por--
you want to go where the odds are from the Murphree Commons.. ""The hottest bar is the Porpoise.Even Men Czyzewskl, who kicked the winning field goal against Lousiana State University last fall, checks the IDs of those insecurity Still, not is madly in caricature, and plaques.It Shannon Foley says she likes poise best, but "it's' hot" (as in
in your favor.. Call it safety in num-- Especially on Thursday night, thisis if people don't' go there first, purporting to be 21 outside Danny's.' love with Balls.everyone has a more controlled atmos-- Balls best because all of her frater-- sweaty), she says.
bers.. Call it hitting a fish in a barrel.! one of the best places to go in they end up there," says com- the Cuminal sus that Balls is the best place in phere than Balls or the Porpoise, nity friends are there, and she has During her first visit to the bar,
Or call it smart. But you want to go Gainesville.. munications major Craig Pisaris.. who Porpoise frequent, according inebriation to people "Balls is the best, a says.lot town to pick up an eligible partnerof "I 1 don't' like it here, it's' too hot," maybe because there is'more, space. met more people there. she was surprised at how quicklythe
where the boys (or girls) are.. After who's' and There are a few drawbacks to the lishments on estab- "You get to meet' people booths.. the opposite sex. says UF senior Jennifer Smith. "I 1 It's' a good place to relax, unwind Renee's' favorite place is Danny'son regulars noticed her
even in
Anyone Thursday nights. Located easier aren't
anyone -
-people is where
all, you want to maximize your who's' no one knows the Porpoise, though.. First, the walk- practically next door to the "I 1 like Balls because I always came because this my and hang out with some friends. Tuesday night, "Every other "It's' strange not knowing
time because you can't' go out every anyone Porpoise. You can't' be in Gaines- Ing area is a little narrow. Also, it's' Porpoise (which could have some- "As you walk around and, meet you have a lot of fun,and there's' alwayslots friends wanted to go. But don't' bring your family on night I usually end up at Balls," she anyone, and yet out of' 34,000, students -

night of the week.. ville for long without at least hear- hard to get a booth, but that's' part thing to do with its success), BallsIs stumble into someone' how's' it of guys here," says Renee,a UF Kathy Bennett, a sophomore at Tuesday nights. says.. ', people notice I'm not one of
of the deal if want to when them and say, 'He//), ""This place isn't' too hot, excepton ""The girls are better looking at them," she says. "You'd' think I'd
We've eliminated the you go little sophomore who was too embar--
already ing about this place.. If ever there a more than a year old and '"' "You get to Santa Fe Community College says,
weekend.. First of all, you know were a legendary bar in Gaines- everyone is going to be there. has skyrocketed to the position of going?,; she says. just rassed to give her full name. "Balls is kinda boring, but if you Tuesday night," Pisaris says.. Balls," Pisaris says.. "Balls has the be another face in the crowd, but
know better. "
there are going to be massive ville, the Porpoise is it.. BALLS IS A CLOSE SECOND TO one of Gainesville's' top hot spots. It seems people to be the general consen "In a way it's' a pick-up bar, and want to do some heavy-duty drink- UF senior Laura Bullok agrees.. girls, and Danny's' has the deal.! I'm not. APPLAUSE F FIVE I V E

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hey don't like us here," is the apt did they play at this recent Hardback gig?
description Boyd Westerman, bassistfor "We aren't "
playing any covers tonight,
the word gives for the crowd's H/HAT'SINA WORD? Boyd said.Good idea. I think the only good
ubdued reaction to the band at a recent
cover I've ever heard by a local band was
flardback Cafe gig. Bumble's rendition of"Pump up the Jam"at
And he's right. The people in the
some party a few weeks ago.
udience weren't exactly beating themseles by kathy valladares '
In the summer of 89, the word recordeda
senseless like they were during the 10-song cassette entitled A Word,A Touch,
ecent Naomi's Hair gig at the Hardback. A Bit of Blood. If you've got a few bucks
But this isn't an entirely fair comparison. hole in
burning a your pocket, tape can
Afferent genre of music entirely. the word be found at Hyde and Zeke and Schoolldds'
oesn't play thrash-like, pit-encouraging
Records. This independent project was en-
imsic. This doesn't mean they suck. gineered by three-time Crammy: nominee

hey're actually quite good. Mark Pinske, who called the band's music
They've managed to improve considerably "some of the most original and outstanding
since I last saw them more than a year material" he has heard. Not a bad endorse-
[ago. That was back when Art Mowery wasn ment.
vocals.The band has since given him the The band members describe their

old boot and promoted Bill Reugg to vocals. r 1r material as "lyrics from the cliff side of'
ood move. Art was too impressed with reality." Bill describes it thusly: "Most of
[himself for my taste. And he had a Robert our songs are written about personalitycrises
Smith (The Cure) fetish that reared its ugly and psychological experiences."

[head on stage quite a bit. Very annoying. Sounds like your typical day during
Anyway, the word's members may not drop/add or finals week.
[find themselves deluged by screaming fans I/r Lyrics such as "And now I'm falling
fat the Hardback, but they've been enthusiastically through a sky of glass/ Where the sun
[ welcomed at many places shines beyond all measure/ The sunlight

[outside of Gainesville. Rockfest '89 at the E. ANN STODDARD streams through my open eyes/ Do you
[Flag Pavilion at Jacksonville Beach in Mayis really want to see forever?" from "MirrorMoment"
Caught In a collaboratively pensive mood, the word Is Scott Kneeland, Boyd Westerman,Jeff/ Breiner
[ a good example. the word headlined the and "the silent dread of a hand
and Bill Reugg.
[festivities, playing to a crowd of approximately that's dead has vanished from my veins"from
[ have also sound and technique Improvements. The mance. the word is more concerned with
2,000 people. They "The Dead Hand" typify the band's }
I band's sound quality live is quite good. variances in the music's feel and texture. !
played at the Button South in Miami, the material. Not exactly fields of daisies or
(Cutter in Ft. Lauderdale, Club 2225 in Melbourne Because the crowd at the recent Hardbackgig But the Hardback scene just isn't the placefor fluffy bunnies. But not dreary, morbid I
I and at Masquerade in Tampa. the was relatively sedate, I got a chance to the band's danceable beat. death chants either.
[word has also done obligatory in-town frat pay attention to the band rather than to the The American Cafe (remember?) boasteda the word may not challenge the limits of

[parties with relative success. sweaty, swirling pit found at many much more receptive crowd. Club 2225, human thought processes or anything, but
the word consists of Bill on vocals and Hardback concerts. the word doesn't aim Visage (in Orlando) and other clubs of that not everybody can be Talking Heads. For a

[guitar, Jeff Breiner on keyboards and vo- for the typical hard, fast and unrelentingsound type would probably draw a much more local band that's been together for about
[cals, Boyd on bass guitar and Scott of many other successful local bands. accepting crowd for the word's material. two years, the word ain't bad. I'd even I
Kneeland (he joined in April)) on drums. Their smooth use of samplers and sequencers The most common complaint the word consider paying two bucks to see them
I Scott, a UF Jazz Band drummer, has con- lends a polished touch to the generally gets stems from the band's former use (or again.Which,coming from me, is a glowing
tributed quite a bit to the word's recent unstructured environment of a live perfor- overuse) of covers. And how many covers endorsement.


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crowd didn't disappoint.But .
I Madonna.
B is here, and of a crotch-grabbing there
.5 Hand, fish nets and all plus a was something
course everyone is ready to peculiar about The Rev on Saturday
collection of
meaningless phrases
hit the streets and have a
the night. At about three-song
like "fools
are generally
good time (and maybe even studya
intervals, the same wideeyedmob
people I really like" and "this riff
bit during breaks from the party
would flock to the dance
in E. creative stuff. r1r
routine). But before you get started
floor making it difficult to moveor
"It was kind of weird, one per- ,
let's take a few moments to ponder
son commented on the gig. The to breathe. And those who did
recent developments in the Gaines-
ville party scene. band started to do things like breathe only inhaled evaporatedsweat.

switch instruments. Alex-left cen- .
Exactly two weeks ago,a swarmof WANK
ter stage to bang on the drums fora This development could mean
bodies be
sweaty (or soon to )
crowded into the Hardback Cafeto while. Maybe those rumors only one thing. The freshman

catch an earful and an eyeful of about kidnapping groupies plot- have arrived. Good news for local

NDolphin. People stood on chairs was enjoyable. ting to snatch drummer Mike are club owners. From now until next

and tables and danced and drankto Henrietta' Lovers provided the true, and Alex was just preparingfor spring, nothing will be the same.

the worst.Elsewhere 18-and-over club in Gaines
the band's more-popular-than- soundtrack to a party at Sanders Every
that same night, a ville will be more crowded than
ever songs. The short, Brazilian House (behind Babalou Records,
don't hurt usl!EnoughIs
Please Hammer
reincarnated Number Two ,
song sweetly cooed by Anne was for all those who don't know MC Hammer's sold-out Jackson-
infectious. played at the Hardback.The word enough. ville concert last Saturday night.
particularly where it is) last Friday night. The

Hironeimis Balonius opened for flyer promoting the gig and the through the grapevine is that it except for smaller crowds here Imagine the crowds if MC Ham-

NDolphin. These guys are no party was classic raunch a was a splendid show. and there. The Purple Porpoise mer were to bring his ego rap to

match for Gainesville's premierelocal reproduction of the recent Other Hogtown nightspots seemed strangely packed for a Central City. Or better yet, let's

band, but their Police cover magazine cover shot that featured changed little during break week break week. And MFP's Tuesday try not to think about it.

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6 For Sate'::':"' :: F 8 am 4:30: pm Center Court very nice 2 bd, walking distance but electric' paid. $315 Roommate Needed for Summer B. Spyglass

Reitz Union Cashier's Office to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher Apts. Reduced rental rate avail-
7 Real Estate. M-F cent. air. Office: 411 NW 15th St. NEAR OAKS MALL 2 BR 1 1/2 BA townhouse able. Call Fran at 3059835743. 7-5-6-5
9.m.9pmS.t 3717777. 7-12-5-2 breakfast bar hook-ups, accepting
8 Motorcycles & Sun Closed
pets. $325PHOENIX Oakbrook luxury condo needs 2 to 4 students

9 Autos :, Medical Bookstore, ShandsM Lg 2bdr/1 b. apt ae, laundry ceiling fan, $175/person share or $300 pvt.
F.8 am 4.30 pm $325/mo w/new carpet $340, avail now Fenced 2 BR 1 1/2 bath townhouse bdrm; 10 mo. lease ok; walk' to UF call
10 Wanted ;. & Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 375-7989. dishwasher washer and dryer nice 375-6394.

11 Services By Mall: 7-12-8-2 carpet. $330
Use forms weeklyin Students Reserve your room for summer
12 Typing'Services the Alligator.appearing Sorry, no cash by Three Oaks 3 bd. 2 blh, just 3 bike N of BIG TOWNHOUSE 3 BR 1 1/2 bath flat and f.lI. Treehouse Village furn or unfurn
UF, very very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College washer and dryer, screen porch great 2 bd/2 ba w/d Incl. 170-275 MZ Property
mail. MC, VISA or checks only.
13 Help Wanted Park Properties. 371-7777 7-12-5-2 Storage, only $460 Mgmt Inc. 3750207. 7-12-4-5

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: $199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL POOL COMPLEX Super nice 2 BR 2 1/2 ..MARCHWOOD Condo** I

15 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Pool, Tennis, bath townhouse with washer and dryer Upstairs room In 3 BR condo w/vaulted I
ONLY. Five dollar minimum. Sauna, Gym and more. verticals. Won't last. $500 ceilings.I $229 'for.1 17x12 mbrw/ceillng :fan I
16 Connections M-F830.4pm. STONERIDOE APT. ft 2 closets. N/S. Prefer very neat grad '
3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 SPLIT PLAN 3 BR 2 bath townhouse with student. Call Jennifer 372-8844/335-
17 Notices o How to corrector Offer valid to qualified application only washer and dryer breakfast bar, dishwasher 9220. 7.106SBRANDYWINE2
18 Rides 8-20-19-2 fans, pool. $650
cancel ad: F/N/S needed to share
19 Pets your GRAD STUDENTS 4 bdrm 2 bath house 1 SEAGLE BLDG Great view of Gsinesvllle room nxllall. 2 bdr/1 ba, fully (urn-pool,
Cancellations blck from Univ & $800/mo call Kevin 378- from 2 BR 2 bath apartment. Spacious, near UF, $170/mo + 1/3 util 3730024. !
20 Lost & Found :
5242 after 5pm 3773852. 8-9-16-2 security garage parking lots of storage. 7-26-10-5
Call 373 FIND Mon. Fn,8-4pm. $550

No refunds can be given. Attractive & clean apartments, close to M n/s to share furnished master bdrm
UF, avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease + dep. No SOUTHWOOD Spacious 2 BR 1 1/2 bath Sparrow Condos pool, tennis, clubhouse.
o When will your ad run? Alligator errors: dogs 4959024. 8-20-18-2 upstairs apartment fenced large deck $105/mo + sec ph 332.0451 Gregg. 7-10- *
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. like-new carpet dishwasher, hook-ups, 5.5
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before Oasis Apts some utilities. $390
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY near Archer ft SW 34th St. N/S F serious student private bdr. In older
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 1 and 2 Bedrooms No dogs COTTAGE 1 BR apartment with fan, home 2 bike from UF-a/c for Summer B.
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected From $350.00 month 377-3149 7-31-12-2 washer and dryer screen porch, walk to Call 378-5897 or 3781292. 7-5-4-5

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. campus. $275
No refunds or credits can be given after 1 bedroom 1 bath apts. Walking, bicyclingto Roommate Needed In Building A Right
Union or Shands may take placing the ad. Changes called in after UF Shands VA. $240 monthly formerly KEY MANAGEMENT near the pool. Great. location. The Laurels
THREE days to appear. Ads the first, day will not be compensated. Holiday Garden Apt. Call 338-8852. 7- call Dave at 335 6743. 7-5-4-5

may run for any length of time 12-7-2 372-3060 2 totally cool people looking for 3rd to +
and be cancelled at any time. Customer orror or changes: $175 studio $190 BO $225 2 BD 752.2 share apt In OAKBROOK WALK (n/s, F,
Corrections must be made In person at SUMMER SPECIALII!) Get'em while It's upperclassman)
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator offlc,. BEFORE NOON. HOTI WalktoUFI POOL 371-0769. 7-10- 1-br apts carpeted central air' biking distance 376-6635. 7-10-5-5 j
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction tee. 5-2 to UF $260/mo 1-yr lease, last
month ft $150 security dep, no pets. 332- Fall/spr., 1 nsf upper dlv or grad. for own
Efficiency and 1 bedroom apts. 1 block 3765 bed/bath In fully turn 2/2 condo In Brandy-
from campus. $135-$170 per month. Call wine. 9 or 12 mon lease. $275 mon +
Scott CAW Properties 3762424. 7-10-5-2 Casablanca West 2br 2 1/2b. dsh dsp can see. 3754385. 7-10-5-5
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: lie c.llln levelors' wsh/dry screened patio I
THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane; pool/clubhouse no pet $550 avail 8/1 call BRANDYWINE' Summer special. I
1 FURNISHEDBdr 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk See UF from private balcony, newly renovated 335-6828. 71742MOBILE $100/mo for own room + 1/2 util. $200
1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. 371- dep. FURN. 2 bdr/1 ba, )Jacuzzi sauna, I

/ kit/ living rm prlviledge, most utll. pd., to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, 7777 7-12-5-2 HOMES: wt. room, huge pool 372-2857 Dennis. I

summer 135/mo., fall, 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. 2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. PETS OK 7104.5 I

1740 NW 3rd PI. To applyInfo 372-22B4/ Plus Santa LMR.Fe Trace Pooll.undry.Apts. 3781190.no cats 8-20-25-or dogs. 1 bdr duplex apt wyard, paddle 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Mature NSF needed for furnished 2/2 In
3714243. 6-20-25-1 "fans & micro. Other homes avail Plnetree Gardens 209/mo + 1/2 utilities. I

Private entrance, nice br, kitchen ft living Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet 373-5018 7-12-5-2 Farms Mobile Home Park. Available now thru Aug 91 Call 336-1360,
rm. prlvlledges, most utll. paid' summer washer/dryer available In most units for Best rental, value. Grad students have Leave ....... 7-17-6-5
$145, fall $165/me. 3722284. 82023.1 $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 ft 2 Bath Need an apt. til Aug 15 near UF campus? left. 6 excellent buys from $3000 to double __ ____ f
$250-$350 see ft Imr. 3728422. 8-20- Pay low rent In Country Villas apt. Call wide with financing. Pool nice park. $145 + 1/5 utils m/f own room 1 block to
Walk S blocks UP CH/AC Share 25-2 332-3311.xl. 514 or 372-8674. 7-5-2-2 quiet, open weekends. 7117 SW Archer campus. House w/lawn service, centralac.
kit/bath :2 per room $120-125 each, Road, 9043789291. No pets. Lv message 336-0297 7-
$175-200 Ine. utll. Prefer H grid etudente. SPACIOUSONE **AFFORDABLE APT 2bd/1 b. quiet 104.5
176-6122 or 176.4)682.) 7-5-4-1 BEDROOM APT. close to UF. Pool, cent ac/heat dishwasher
ONLY $273MO.LYONS laundry bus rte. Call 374- : Rockwood Villas n/s f for own turn bd/ba.
Need N/S F rmmt to share 2BR/2BA apt. APT 8595*** 7-12-4-2 Start Aug 1 or fall thru spring. $250 + 1/3
In Oakbrook! for Summer B. Completely, 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 4 HOUSE/APT. utll. Call Pam 335-4469. 7-31-105
furn. for $110/mo + utll. Call collect Two bedroom one bath. AC/heat. No I f'
(9047887732.) 7-6-4-1 INCREDIBLE pets. 103 NW 21 St. One blk from Sublet available Summer B, Oak Forest Wlndmeadowsl Own room 253/mth or
Efficiency Apt. O'Dome. Parking Available now. 376- apts Own Bedroom *Furnished*, $150 share w/frlend for 122/mth: Huge I
*BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** Starting at $185 3376 7-S-2-2 + 1/4 utll, neg0-904-662-1681 or 3bed/3bath starting Aug 1st call fast)
Luxury condo 4 blks. from campus, secu Starting at $238/ 2 BedroomIlEADOWCREST 336-6732**** 336-1377 Iv. message. 7-17-8-5
rity. Maid service. European kitchen Two and three bedroom homes for lease a
w/mlcro dishwash disposal full-size 378-3988 $225 to 450 .. Call 372.2223 09 Burch, (rm 119)) 1216 SW N/S F rmmt. needed for July-Dec own
wash/dry. $200 to $390 monthly.. 375- 175-3861 Moore and Cox 71752HUNDREDS 2nd Ave 1bd/1b.lum exc. location. July room ft bath In C.... East Condo
4541. 6-20-14-1 ? 8-20-25-2 only $210 nego. Call 373-3609 before $225/mo. +.1/% utll., Brenda 3717738.
8:30: am after 6:30: pm. 7-5-4-4 8-20-13-5
Avail now bike to UF from 1 br Tumbling
Check Our New Specials'All of roommates at your fingertips. We can
Creek condo private balcony' 1015 SW 9th Amenities Available help you find that Ideal, roommate FAST. 'Very large 2br/2 1/2 ba townhouse with F N/S own bed/bath $250/mo. + 1/2 utilities
St. $200/mo $200 deposit 372-7843 or
+ FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 336- w/d hookup dishwasher ceiling fan call Vanessa 375.0488.1..ve mes-
613-321-9448. 7-17-5-1 walk-In closet. Sublease $4lO/mo. Call
Roommates Available 9349. 7-5-1-2 sage. 8-9-12-5
We're No. 1 378-6751 10am-6pm or 332-4574 eve. t
Lg bedroom available Aug 1. No
Cent AC/heat., One bl from U of F.
376-- 378-5766 FREERental Walk to UF, need 1 or 2 M for 2BR/2BA
104 NW 14 St. $300/mo $200 dep. :
Need to sublease
Road turn.
3230 SW Archer condo. Luxurious, completely ,
3376. 7-5-2-1 COUNTRY GARDENS Finding Service. All Info., large one bedroom poolside as soon as maid service, dlshwssh. wash/dry,
NOW 1 male' wanted. Furnished apt 373-4500 floorplans, videos and more FAST. We possible. Will pay $100 of 1st month's micro. Great view. Call Dave 371-
1 bdrlt b.. Clean great location In SW 2001 SW 181h Street can help, you find that perfect place to live. :rent. Call any time. 336-4368 7-19-6-4 4541.20145
Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 338-
area. ISO/me. Call 373-3432 or collect .
((813)792-3398.) 7-12-4-1 Name your price In the Poles: own bdr 9349. 7-5-1-2 Sublease 2bdr/1 b. Sap-Dee. New car'
pet fenced yard w/d dishwasher. lot Classifieds. .
bath microwave, d/w. wash/dry, distanceto
3 blocks from law school In nice area for w/pvt. ; Attractive clean houses, biking last & deposit. $3SO/month. Call 332-
serious student. Master. bedroom $195, ,1/3 utilities. Will take best offer. 8354149lvmig. UF,year leas + deposit, no dogs. 495- 2800 after' 6 pm. 7-31-6-4 Continued on next page.

"J\0\ pets.,C.U 335-2832 flC.379-9376, ,7i. -,?,....-,-,-. ,;._7-17-6-2 ff-v 9024.. 9-20-12-2

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Serious student, own rm In 2 bd. house N/S Rm to share 2br/2ba house for Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 3 mo. old Queen waterbed w/sheets and
B, m/f, own room, share bath (urn. lets than 1 ml from UF, 180+ 1/2 util. Summer B. Wa/dry, furnished, own room, brand. are all at our New Loeatlonl Car comforter $165 obo. Call 3354987. 7-
room. Brandywlne $223 mo. + 1/2 util. 115 NW 7 Terr. Call Ron 373-3332/374- utilities Inc. 330/6wks./ Call John 335- Stereo Specialists 3218 NW 13 St. 372-
3744925. 7124.5 5768. 7-5-2-5 1283. 7-10-2-5' 2070. 8-20-25-6 For Sale: Grey padded waterbed $175
also 17ft. boat with Mere. 115 runs great.

Oulet, F/N/S wanted to share quiet ***SERIOUSLY need a roommate! Walk to Shands ft UFI F grad student MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 2000. Cal Alan at 336-6373. 7-5-4-6
2bdr/t be apt for Fall/Spg. 207.50mo + N/S tidy F for (all. Own room In 3bdr looking for N/S/ M/F/ rmmt to share 2bdr Editor's choice Hewlett Packard *
1/2 util. Close to law school at UF, call TICKET TO N.Y.
house 5 block to UF $165/mo. Call 377- twnhs, WIlliam Iburg Apts $242.50/mo + Northgate. Price lower than mall-order.
Julie 14078305840.. 7-10-3-5 4832*** 7103.5 1/2/ utll 372-9389 7174.5 Systems below, Include 1mb, 40mb Roundtrlp from Gainesville
((28ms), graphics monitor. MC 286/12 July 13-15 $150
Furn bdr/ba In Wmdmeadows m/h./ Close NEW HOMEI! Need 2 rmmti on Aug 1. Female share furnished 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba $1195, MC 386SX $1495, Northgate Call 371-1887/leave I message 7-10-5-6
to UF, shop, bus, laundry fac, pool, some Across unlv. from O'Dome. rm shared townhouse In SW area. Wtsh/dryer./ 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge 'laptop w/40/
utll. Inc. $100 dep a $50 week. Call 376- $100. own rm $200. + part utll.NickiChrlstlna Available mid-Aug. $225 1/2 utll. Call MB hd & battery $2395. ft 2 year war IBM-pcw/30mhd. 2-5 1/4 fdr, 8087 copro.
1057. Lv. message. 7-10-3-5' // 336-8791. 7-10-3-5 335-6273. 7-19-5-5 ... Onslte warranties. Panasonic cga, color mon, printer: all for $1200 only
Jet call 371-4717 or 392-4715 ask for Danllo.
1180 printer $185, HP Laser lip
AOAKBROOK If N/S/ to share room
HAWAIIAN VILLAGE 1 large bdr In 2 bdr
Ave. 8-9-12-6 7-5-3-6
F N/S. Earnest student. Own room. T $1049.3743 University
Fall/Spring Fully furnished WID' Morel
apt. Available In FALL. Pool, laundry,
$175 + utility a sec. 3714708. 7-17-5-5 blk from UF near Holiday Inn. Call Lynda
$207/mo. Call 3716887. 7-17.4.5 Plane ticket. Gainesville to Ct. one
collect 407-392-0362.. 7-12-3-5 Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Detectors way.
Sherwood, Sansul, Sony, Orion, To be used anytime thru May 1091. $90.
FEMALE ROOMMATE own BR/BA, turn n/s, f needed to share nice 2bd townhouse Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat Vicki 3779333.. 7-10-3-6
home with Jacuzzi fireplace $225/mo. + In tower oaks cable, vcr, w/d, fenced 6 FOR SALE All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6
1/3 utll. July $1001 3356999. 7.12-4.5 yard, micro, etc. prefer grad/serlous/ stu Car stereo equ. alpine 7287 deck Sony

denVanlmallov.r. $170 + 1/2 utll. 332- TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk CAR ALARMS Installed remote control rem. disk, BA 726 speakers 4 chart alpine
M/F to share-3bd/3ba./ mature Available non-smoker Aug. 1. 2382 7195.5 drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters. any car truck or van fully guaranteed will amp w/cover, 2x10 punch subs in box,
alarm call Frank at 375-8127 338-
Call nowlll '335.5742' 7103.5 1 or 2 N/SF/ for big 4b/2/ 1/2b twnhse, own Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- or
rooms. All extras, wftd. Start Aug. yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. sage. 8-20-21-6 0681. 7-12-5-6

ROCKWOOD VILLAS I needed for fall $145/mo + 1/4 utll. Call Andrea, Mlssl, Good machine for small type shop. System In free value 7.00.
GRAD SALE: complete wtrbd $75, new 550.00 coupons only
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font
share 2 bdr condo furnished 332-9560 eves. 7-12-3-5
own room
disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at barstool $7, desk $30, Iron board $10' Free pizza, haircut, car wash, cocktails,
wash/dry security system call Amy 335- movie rentals beer lunches Call
single mattress $25, prices neg. Kevin more.
7927. 7-196-5 HEYIIII' I need F n/s rmmt to share 2bdrm 373-9926 for more Info.
*335-0567* 7-5-2-6 3721476. 7.17.58WAL1'i'EU..Y'S
apt 3 blks from UF $170/mo ft 1/2 utll,
..CHEAP APARTMENTI! F n/s to share pets ok, own parkn space Leigh 335-
2-story, 3bd/2ba In Towne Pare. $150/mo/ 4870. 7-10-3-5
+ 1/3 util. Carol ((407)) 984-1051* 7-26- THE MOBILE GOLDFISH by Brett SchroederBjDoyteaStemeeky
Two n/s F roommates needed for Fall Regency
LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK* Oaks 3bdrm 2bath Call Marcy 338- =. s GEEZ LOUISE! GET ANY

Brand new, completely, 'turn. Walk to 6888. 8-20-13-5 wEU AAIEAS ON YA7
UF, 1 or 2 F rmmte. 'for 2 Br/2Ba/ condo Ew/ MAYBE
Move 'In August Own room In 2br house
lor summer ft/or/ fall. European kltch.
1 block from campus. Huge yard, fireplace = SNOVLD'VE SAVED
= = I
w/mlcro; wash/dry; maid service; security I'LL SAY! tt
; much more. Call Denise' 375-4541. much more $200/mo + 1/2 utll. PACED'' THAT AS A SNACK
371-6758 7-19-5-5 IM FOR .
Male, N/S to share Brandywine apt for Q Q
Upper dlv. F needed to share a beautiful
fall/spring terms $170/mo util. Con
+ 3bdrm 2bth for Fall Across from campus. rr n
tact Doug 335-4949 or leave message. 210/mo.1/3 utll. Call 338-04111v. m....


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1 twin size bed. box (Ilk. new 6 mo.) $80 condition $100 Q.b.o. call Alllton 378- tops new clutch,brakes and tires,others. Resources or Face of Florida via correipondence -
/ dinette 2 chain $45 call 338-1884 2919. 7.51.6GREAT Runt great. $2500 obo. Call Jeff 395- with B* or b.ller., call 335- WRITE,W6 TYPE
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Earth cruiser bike $85 obo; Realistic DEAL! sleeper sofa $40 obo ft Term Papers A Typeset Resume A Etc.
Tower Speaker, $100/pr. obo, Peavy 400 twin bed mattress ft box spring $40 obo. 1984 Renault Clean. Gold New Paint WANTED Camero 1982 to 1986 for hall hr GVille Handicapped Typing
bate amp w/ 115 speaker $350 obo; 336- Call 336-16085-10 p.m. 7-24-6-6 runs good. $1800 obo, MARY @ 462- examination. Will pay call 375-8710 mention 378.7179.
8489 Iv. mag. 7-12-4-6 2542 8.5p.m. 7-5-3-9 ease no 90026. 7-17-5-10
Tile top kitchen table almost new w/ Typing A reports A business F129H
ROWING MACHINE was 300 lint 25 wicker chairs, call 3356645. 7-10-3-6 1983 HONDA CIVIC 5 ip. 75.000 mi. WANTED female around 135 Ib 5'3' for legal A returnee cassettes transcribed

takes It alto roman chair alt up machine Avail. 7/6 a/c itereo. Excellent condition. engineering study, half hr photographingwith A application A letters A notary A etc.
75 +14 laser sailboat $500 332-8323. Trek 760 series, 56 cm, campy equipped $3000 Call 336-4795 leave menage. 7- car. Will pay call 375.8710 mention Available 24 hours/7 dayt/372-2777./
excellent cond., $375 firm,Call Ross 376- 5.3.9 case no 90026. 7-17-5-10 82025.12
Caramlo-Art Student telling pottery 6141. 7-17-4-6
wlndchlmea, and Jewelry. Call 336-3858 1986 Camero, 5-apd., air, T-topt ate- WANTED IN GOOD CONDITION: MICRO CENTER/ typing 3760339. Full
please .. a mettage. 7-17-5-6 reo/canette, new tires, perfect cond., CHILDREN'S BOOKS A self service computing. Typing starts@
7 REAL ESTATE $5200. 336-9039. 7.5.2-9 CALL 3 320 678 7-5-1-10 1.50/pg A Resumes $8 A Self service

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@ 7-12-4-9
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave WordPerfect tpeclalltt. Vita/MC. 6-9-
LOVESEAT CHAIR. GOOD Rent Option to buy modern 3 br 2 ba near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
CONDo SOFA, $1800. OBO. 373-2758 home Irg fam rm CIa w/d part turn fenced 78 VW Camper Van: stove, link, fridge, $20, 10%" disc. to itudenu. 332-8917. 8- Typing/Word/ Procenlng. Quality, dependable -
yard low 50's owner finance 3311 NW 18 new batery new clutch ft cable. Very tervice. Reasonable rll... Later

ALLOY BLUE SCHWINN bicycle FOR ST Call collect 305-031-4005. 7.17.5-7 good condition, runt well. $2500 Call BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS printer. 377-8175 til 00pm.:
375-2786. 7-12-4-9
SALE $120 obo. Good condition call
Danny at 372-4958 leave meatage. 7.12- Why rent? You can own this 1 BRit BA, Word Procenlng. Typing, Bkkplng ft No
unit PARKSIDE. Owner financing 1987 Firebird Formula blue with gray Interior
1233 NW 10th Ave. tary. Grad school exp. Prof quality 15
Small sofa, recliner end tablet, cocktail walk to cl.... Available Immediately excellent condition, fully loaded 372-1664 yrs exp. Spelling ckd. NW tectlon.
table, lampa. Good condition. $350. 23500. JEFFREY SIEGEL, 5.0 engine. $8500. Call 1-328-4312 MC/VISA/lnturance Dawn 3323913. 8-20-25-12
Call 373-5586. 7-17-5-6 Realtor 373-6063. 8-20.13.7 alter 6pm. 7-12-4-9
Free Pregnancy Tail
TYPINGNear Butler Plaza. Fait accurate -
QUEEN WATERBED $80; Sleeper Sofa CHILDCARE CENTER Fully equipped. '79 Monte Carlo. only $800 obo. Must Member tervlce. Call 3730134. 8202512.
National Abortion Federation
$80; Two end tablet & coffee table let Excellent opportunity. AAA Condition.Well tell good cond 2-door, auto power,
$35. Call 372-3805 or 3323189. 7-12-4- ettabliihed. Owner will train. JEFFREY am/fm, a/c 2 new tires 130k miles, 373- SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Put It In Writing Fait, accurate, reliable

E. SIEGEL Realtor 3736063. 7- 6520. 7174.9 Get confidential letting and treatment at tervice. Matter In English will check
NINTENDO gametet ft 3 games, n.w. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 8- tpelllng and adl!. 24 hrt. 373-1037. 8.9-
must tell $901 Womana bike,yellow Italian Turbo 300zx 1985 HOps, 5spd, red w/
brand, 5 tpd, Good cond. $50 call 8 MOTORCYCLES t.n. bra all option,runt and looks great, Plckup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near
371.4483 7-5-2-6 low miles mutt sell fait $6800, John ** GATOR MOVING ** camput. Dependable, quality tervice.

1986 Kawaaakl KE100 Enduro, perfect for 377-8510 anytime. 7-17-4-9 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Reasonable rates 24hr/day Call Carol
Ping.Pong table, round Game table campus parking rune great, w/helmet Item/Hie Full. Dayt/Evet. Long dit. 373.4484
(bumper pool cards dining). 20' lawnmower $500 OBO. 336-9557. MUSTANG. CANDY APPLE RED 1978. Llc/lni. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 6-20-25-11
white formica end tablet & coffee looks great, am/fm cassette, air, need to We Beat Everybody' PricelllReiumeiALetteriAReporti '
table, O waterbed w/lulllrim. Call for Info MOPED 1988 TOMOS 2-tpeed automatic lellfatt. $1000 obo. Call 3751530. 7- SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM ,lessons etc.
& leave menage 3357473. 7-10-3-6 oil Injection always covered absolute A boarding woodier facilities A Alachua Word Processing
mint condition. $375 Iv msg 373-5165. '82 OLDS Omega 4dr 6cyl auto. pi pb hay rides A parties A sales A working 376-5465. A A Established since 1985
For Sale: 45 gal. fresh or tilt water $1200. Call alter 5pm, 335-5420. 7-19-. students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.

breeder tank wall acc't $250. Modern 1990 CBR 600 Hurricane 2400 mil. Brand ....RESUMESComplete ****
soft In
SAMURAI 87' perfect
The talk/red one In town. $4000or SUZUKI
color TV $100, Top-of-the-llne VCR new. only
writing ft development ier-
Fisher, $225. Beautiful handloomed wool best offer. Includes 2 helmets & bike condition, mutt seat Call: 3750394. Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farmi. vices. Resume Home 371-6148 8-9-
antique rug $100. Call 375-2788. 712Papatant cvr. 377-1372. 71028AUTOS 7-19-5-9 Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or

Highway Patrol 462-5127,462-4311. 8- **ACE WORDPROCESSING**
,wicker rockers,wicker bdr. fur 10 WANTEDLocal 20-22-11
9 Resumes, term papers dissertations
niture, baskets S more at warehouse l.gal.l.chnlcal. 335-7084 751012TyplngWordproceitlng.
Sale Frl 0-61 Sat 9-4 at Interstate
Mini-Storage 1 ml. north 'of Archer Rd. 1985 Chevy Spectrum, very clean, runs Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class *SUNBELT MOVING* WordPerfect:
McDonalds on 40th Blvd. 7-12-3-6 good, 5 ipd stereo, a/c tinted windows Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle'i Fine Professional Moving/Packing ft Suppllea.
fast results low rates,
$2700 neg. Call 336S6223352716/ Jewelry 373-9243. 8-20-25-10 1- Item -Houte full. Local/Lng dlit. 5.1. quality work
tervice. Tara 332-
leave menage. 7-5-5-9 Llc/lnt. Priced for Studental Marty 375- dependable, personal
ONE-WAY plane ticket from G-vllle to Wanted: Cars.Truck. MOVE. 8-20-21-11 1469. 6-20-19-12

PHILADELPHIA leaves July 22nd. Call ACURA INTEGRA CAR COVER > from For Salvage, running/not running,
Joan at 372-4687.. Leave mettage. 7- Acura dealer. Like n.wl! W/chaln ft storage wrecked etc. 3711576. FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Typing and Wordprocettlng-legal, ter-
12-3-6 bag. $85 OBO. 335-9764.7-10-5-9 We Buy and More.. 8-9-15-10 Serving UF since 1977 mpapera, etc. Professional quality and
Most Insurance accepted reliable tervice. Call Nancy. 372-2750. |

2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. TREE CITY CONCEPTSAn

i. THEATRES There/ A Difference.'.'.' PLAZA TRIPLE \ ( Dr. Steven Schargel Innovative alternative Word processIng -

373-7070 later print, good rat... Custom servo
OAKS FL MALL 10 I DALY 1WUGHT SHOW THEATRE 8-20-21-11 avail. Mary 4755342. 8-20.17.12
t 3.00 Stirling Mown 4pm.I pmUnMMSMlng '

4 .d. Hunter Showbarn now accepting students Typing A A Typtetting A A Resumes
Pail UF equestrian coach Boarding,
From $1.50 pg A 917 NW 13 St.

OAKS 6 EAST 331-8818 working Farms 4723142.students 7-31-10-11 accepted. Farrell. WCS Inc. 3739822TLC

for your papers, thesis,dl...-Mac 2.
Call 373-9619. 6-
later graphics
ROBOCOP2Peter 48HHS. Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate in care ftfacllitlei.
15 min from UFI| Jan 376-7762.
Weller 7-12-4-11 13 HELP WANTED

Nancy Allen 13 HELP needed on HORSE FARM. Mutt be

.......0"."....".. F-71-4 NOW SHOWING DIE exp. Full or Part time stable keeping. 15 PASTE-UP ARTISTS ',
mln from UF. $80/hr Jan 376-7762. 7- Now accepting application for paste-up
2 a artists for Alligator Advertising. Good experience

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FUTURE Experience preferred but will train qualified
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1:10: 7:30 9:46: IIIld work over break, Aug. 1723. Fill out an
Starts Tomorrow SCHWARZENEGGER application at 1105 W. Univ.Ave 9-4 pm.
No phone calls please. AA/EOE.

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Sell Avon Full or
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hiving tor K/fl me. No .hard ..... no VERY LOW PRICES Celege... University ol Salamanca.UvewrSpanlshtamVy. -my red hat lithe Porpoise Sat rite
week 8110 this month'" new dons pressure eemng. hired make a tot.move Student wekomel. Ca today Sunshine ,. Academic*.- pleas eel me. I IIIIUlI see you agafeiii..
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watch videos. Free Parkin,. Gainesville accommodate student schedule, Valid chure. CONTACT: BSA. ME. _
Blood Plasma Center.' E.,. 1969.' driver's Bscense required lor security purpose Madison Suite i160 Seattle WA 98112. St amtfs' Restaurant
238 SW 4th Ava.-378-8431. M-Th S.7 *. Call 374-6878 for Interview. 7- 1800 Gun Inventory ((208)) 728-481. 7-26-10-18 I
Frt '-5 Sal, 8-2. 8-20-25-13 19-5-13 Over BOO handguns In stock: 4th Anniversary
Buy Sell Trade, Repair ANTIGUA CARNIVAL Aug. 2-8 $350 Inc.
Ann: Christmas 'lover Would you like a Reloading Supplies 4 -334O membership In 15th Meridian club. Great Reduced Prices
Need 15 bucks part-time Job averaging ,./hr? A debt- Harry Beckwtth. Gun Dealer trips to unusual' Caribbean destinations.Call Better Specials

free Christmas. Call 495-9442. 7-17-4- 8 ml. South ol G'vllle on 441 378-1301 for Info. 7-5-8-15 .
50% off aerobic wear saletights' tops, 16
An easy relaxing' way to pick up caahall HANDICAP FACILITIES
Ih.,', required la a plasma donation.' W. Receptionist, part time hours 8-8-24-1S tanks, briefs. Selection Includes Items forladles
Scissors Hair Salon apply In person 817 A m.nl! EZ Tennis 372-2257 34 St.
lor 1 4 don.lonl.p.cl.1
pay $15 your it EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease
I bonuses enabling you to earn up to $115 I W Unlv Av. 7-17-4-13 Prlcebuster shoe sale- ladles and m.nl! Plz. 8-9-15-15 treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum,
a month. Come In today) Tennis, running cross-training-great selection optometrist. 917 W Unlv Avo. 376-1288
I, Alpha Plasma Centers WANTED: Marketing Student for marketIng ,- from f 29*. EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza. FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC 8-20-25-18
9 SW tat, St. plan project prefer tourism Interest 8-9-15-15 Serving UF since 1977
Galn..vill.371-8204 good pay call 371-8078 ASAP R. Most, Insurance accepted GAY Bl? QUESTIONING?
8-20-23-13 Reilly. 7-10-2-13 Dear Kathy, 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs
It was great to see you at, Let's Get Phys Dr. Steven Schargel Info/Referral/Consultation' 8-20-25-16
.FRESHMEN/HEALTH MAJORS Llve-ln BUSINESS ical.' That's, cool that, you can get one 373-7070
Attention! needed. Call Lisa at 378-7474 year free membership for signing a year 8-20-21-15 WM. 26, looking lor other dudes, mascu
MF85. 7-10-11-13 14 PERSONALS lease at, The Frederick. One bedrm. line (frat).. Reply with phone abd photo to
100% cotton T-shirts,
Unique slogans on
Call 3727555.
start at $300. Boxholder. PO Box 12896. Gainesville
ADULT THEMES. For free catalog, PO
GIRLS WANTED COMPUTERS terminals 8 PC'S, buy, sell, Sally Box 50585 Ft. MeyeTs FL 33905 7-19-7- 32604 7-18-6-16_
From Jacksonville & surrounding areas, trade, rent ft repair. Great prices, QUAL 7-17-16-15
between the ages of( 9-19, to compete In ITY. CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 8-20- 15 Gay and Lesbian student union party meet
this year's Miss Pre-Teen, Jr. Teen & 25.14 Sale on ladle tennis clothingshorts, behind Institute for Black Culture 7:30: pm
Teen 1990 Jacksonville Pageants. Over shirts, skirts 25% Off'" Great selection- Tall BM desires secret relationship with Saturday, BYOB call Gay Switchboard
$15,00000 I In prizes & scholarships Including SUMMER SPECIAL: 75. wash GATOR Tennis 34 St Plaza 3722257. 8-9-15-15 skinny WM less than 160 lbs write Bob 332-0700 7-5-M6_
PO Box 1591 Palatka FL 32178. 7-12-5-
an all expense paid trip to Nationals GRooMERI I Located next to UniversityPost
In Orlando Fl. Call (for Information Office 1618 NW 1st, Ave. 7-31-8-14. Dear Barbara, IS 18 RIDES
1-800-345-2330 ext. 2111. 7-5-7-13 Sorry I missed you during the week break
but while I was In town I found my place COSTLY TREASURES'
INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FBI CIA, US 15 PERSONALS for the summer & fall. Frederick Gardensat For an Inspirational messagedial 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w/ 5 yrs. of
Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call 1130 SW 16 Ave. They even have 3783359. 7-12-4-15 wkly Frl/Sun bus trips Pets ok pkg trans-
1(805)-687.6000( ) Ext. K-9486. 7178.13 Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great' some reduced rates for the summer. Call porl.d. GMG trans 338-7028/305-268./
prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical today at, 372-7555. AT YOUR FINGERTIPS! 3788. 82015.18
CLINICAL ASSOCIATE Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. I Love you Put the world at your fingertips.
Certification as an advanced Registered block from Ala Gen. 8-20-25-15 Richard World Book Encyclopedia is now avail. for 19 PETS
Nurse Practitioner In accordance with 7-17-16-15 IBM & compatibles!

Florida Statutes 484; or certification as a Natural Foods and Vitamins 377-1690. 8-20-13-15
Ferrets! Cute, fluffy baby ferreti. All col-
Physician's Assistant' in accordance with Birkenstock Sandals. I COLLEGE MONEYI I Private Scholarships -
$50 and 335-6627
orsVery penile.
Florida Statutes 458. Salary Is negotiable. Sunflower Health Foods ) You receive a minimum of 8 private $1.50 OFF 251b or more wash dry fold up

87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 sources or your money refunded! Guaranteed w/thii ad, 3 hr service. University Plaza FREE baby gerblls. Call 334-8067.. 7-10-
82025.15 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP LOCATORS Coin Laundry 1620 W University. Air conditioned

SENIOR PSYCHOLOGIST PO Box 1881 Joplin, MO color tv & video games 372- Beautiful Common Boa plus all of his stud!
Must be a graduate of an accredited college PREGNANT? Don't guess. Immediate 64802-1881. 417-624-0362. 8-20.22.15 9178. 7-26-7-15 (Aquarium, etc.) 1253716812. 7-10-3-
with a Doctorate's Degree, with at, test results from a reliable source -
least one year of supervisory Internship PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881, 8- MOVING? Why rent and move yourself MEAL DEAL $2.89 deli sandwich special PLEASE HELP need home for playful
experience and 2 years of professional 20-25-15 when I can move you for ,less? Anytime, w/free 16 oz drink BAGELS UNLIMITED greyhound. Male, black, 1 1/2 yrs. Needs
experience. Salary Is negotiable. Anywhere! Save a starving student! 335- 1620 W Univ open 7am to 6pm. 7-26-7- home w/yard to play. Call for Info; 377-
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? 4540. 8-9-20-15 5192. 7-17-4-19.
REGISTERED NURSE Get special student discounts on exams 15BACKPACK _
Must be Florida licensed or eligible. Salary and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT SKYDIVE SALE 20 LOST & FOUND
commensurate with experience. HOOD. 377-0881. 8-20-25-15 Skydive with the Williston Skydivers 336-
Jansport p.ck.-lifellme warranty-several
7970. 8-20-18-15 models on sale. We carry Eastpak, FOUND the best Mexican food roan ot
Forward to or call: Cross City
resumes "Loose Sayingsby alto. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13th the border right here In Gainesville 8. they
Correctional Institution' Personnel' Dept,
Craig? with mother named Volvo? Your St. 372-7838 7123.15 deliver. I'TS EL TORO TO GO 1203 SW
PO Box 1500, Cross City, FL 32628-1500,
uncle Lt. James Grayson used to live In 16th Ave. 374-8100. 8-7-10-20
((904)498-5576) ext 125 EOE/AA. 7-17-6- Steamer's Restaurant Hurst, IL. He gave my grandfather, Dr.
13 Less Fat-More Meat Burkhart his medals & patches from
7-5-1-15 WWII. My mother wants to return them to r Don't Let Your
Dancers wanted no experience needed a member of the family. Please providelast 6.
will train earn 600 weekly apply In person Permanent Hair Removal name & address. Call R.B. 800.835- Posters Get r .
after 7pm Trader's 2212 S.W. 13th St. Call Katie at, Omega Electrolysis Inc. for 6285. 7-10-7-15 '

7-31-9-13 Info about the PERMANENT removal of tRuined! '
unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307. Stringing EZ Tennis ready within 24. hrs RRR oil
Carpenters, painters plumbers. Own 8-20-25-15 Cheaper better A faster than most
tools, car a must. College Park Apts. stores. Period. 372-2257. 8-9-15-15 1/2/ PRICE SPECIALS
411 NW 151h SI. 3717777. 7175.13 STUDENTS GET CASH
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For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's How many stores will sell good shoes 'for
Earn $100 for approx. 4 hrs time during 2 372-1226. W. Univ.Ave.-next Central $29.99? 1. EZ Tennis 372-2257 2. EZ Dry Mounting
week period. Participate In scientific Clly. 8202515SAVEONRAYBANS Tennis 34th St Plaza 3. EZ Tennis of
study, about changes In brain blood flow & Gainesville. 8-9-15-15 Poster Frames ForeignN
vision. Involves one magnetic resonance
brain scan & 2 nuclear medicine brain University Opticians If you're all pizza'ed out try the lash taste CREATIVE WORKSHOP -: -
scans (which entail exposure to small of Mexico delivered to your doorl I EL
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 809
amount of radiation). Males only. Call 8-20-25-15 TORO TO GO 374-8100.,!I W. Univ. 376-7204 DomesticAlternators
392.4558 Iv. message Incl. home/work
phones. 7-5-2-13

...A Plus Notes Are you an A student do Summer 8 O 3MR B & Fill TONIGHT
you take excellent notes, why not earn $3011II $7511II '
while you learn? If Interested please call 'W 1 YEAR . WELCOME BACK PARTY \

371-6954. We are looking for the follow I $100111! I >>
ing classes ADV 3000 APB 2150, APB MF 7..lpm :
2151, AMH 2010 AST 1002 CCJ 3024. Iun ::fpm"'" 536 SW 2nd Ave, 3FOR1DRINKS 4
CHM 2040, COM 1000 ECO 3100 GEO 372-7876
2200. GEO 2201, GLY 1000 MGF 1202 SALAD
PSY 2013. PUR 3000, RTV 3000. SOP r . ... AND HOT BAR
2513, STA 3013, STA 3023. and we need
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the following Summer 0 courses BSC
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3600. 7-12-4-13 ALL NIGHT -N-

v. Assistant' part-time, good organizational I LUNCH SPECIALSJumbo StartersDiscount
skill, motivated., Reply In writing to:: offer good only Th 7/5
RO" 720 SW 2nd Ave, Suite 158, G'vllle, '. Chicken WIng. 92.50
32601 7-10-3-13 CtorgrUM StMkburg* 12._ I Prices

SKEETERS now hiring experiencedcooks Rent 1 'get 1 Free Purple Potpoln DtUy Lunch SpteMtUondtyCtivgrHlfdCMckin I I As Low As $19.95

,waits cashiers, bus people &dish I
washers. Apply In person at,2601 NW 13 I Sits 1 HOURrzi I
St. or 2010 SW 34 St. 7-19-6-13 Tuesday-. Phiny CfcMM Steak $3.8S :!r
Gold StandardL Wtdn .Hogtown Burger 13.. I 1 FREE POOL I FREE ELECTRICAL CHECKS"
SECRETARY NEEDED 'TIIuredIIy-PhIIIy Cho s"Steak $195 I With PurchaseAAMAC
(for office work. Job Includes answering Friday Rid Snapper"" 13.95 Between 4-7 I
phones filing, computer entry some I
Univ. 377-2646
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bookkeeping. Call ELITE 1335-1300. 7- In
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WAITRESS/WAITER. 'Part Time, experience No Membership Required 1 11:00 a.m. 2:00: p.m., _!1J28W.?:! Unlv! Ave.=376-1667. ,

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him, King D Big Apple .

.w.r The ever-stranger baseball season took a
turn for the ridiculous Sunday. New York's
ruled UFSometimes
at Andy Hawkins jumped on the no-no band-

wagon, tossing a no-hitter against Chicago,
I wonder if they'll ever give the but the White Sox whipped the Yankees,4-0.
big guy a break.At New York bobbled its way through the
the Orlando Magic draft party, about a eighth, committing three errors, to waste
thousand people stayed behind after the Hawkins' masterpiece. Last-place New York
e'Magic made their selection.The only reason can't afford to squander Hawkins' well-
many remained was to boo Dwayne. pitched outings. Hailed by owner George
Dwayne, of course, is former UF center Steinbrenner as the ace of the Yankees'staff
Dwayne Schintzius.And since being acquired in the pre-season from
he's the tragedy of this year's draft. San Diego, Hawkins has gone 1-5.

He could have been the top pick. Insteadhe
was the 24th. > Gregg Doyel

From time to time, the television camera BLEACHER
would catch a glimpse of Dwayne holdinghis BUMHawkins'
head in disbelief.
Fans at the 0-rena cheered. I'm told they
pseudo-gem, coupled withFriday's
did the in Gainesville.
same thing
twin-killing by Los Angeles' Fer-
Why? Beats me. nando Valenzuela and Oakland's Dave Stew-

art, brings the number of no-hitters thrownin
Matthew Adams 1990 to six, one shy of the majorleaguerecord.

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N THE RIMIn This year we've seen no-no's thrown by
the tallest (Randy Johnson) and the oldest

the three years Dwayne played at UF, (Nolan Ryan) players in the majors.
he led the team to unknown basketball glory. x How hot is Ryne Sandberg? So hot that
Three NCAA tournament appearances. the Mets' Daryl Strawberry shouldn't have a
Three 20-win seasons. The SEC championship chance at Player-of-the-Month honors for
in 1989. June.
And yet he still got booed in his own state. Strawberry reeled off a 17-game hit streak,
Sometimes even at his home court. where he raised his average over.50 pointsto
Why? .300. For JuneStrawberry- blasted nine
People say they don't like his attitude.He's home runs including several monstrous
arrogant, snotty. Ugly. People say he didn't shots and had 24 RBIs.
dominate games like a 7-footer should, that The Straw Man's hot streak carried into
looked and noncommitted.But E.ANN STODDARD ALLIGATORGainesville's He had of homers
he often lazy Sod enough? July. a pair Tuesday
Dwayne's record is impressive. He is against Houston including a 450-foot shot
UF's fourth all-time leading scorer. In 1989 Luther Booker, 42, replaces bad sod patches Tuesday at that smashed into the Shea Stadium score-
he led the team in both points and rebounds. Florida Field. Booker works for Oasis Landscaping. UF football coach board.

Those types of numbers require commitment Steve Spurrier requested Florida Field's artificial turf be replaced by But Sandberg was the talk of baseball with

natural grass when he was hired Dec. 31. his 15 June roundtrippers, tying the major-
Dwayne left the team after conflict'with league record for home runs in June. Overa
Don DeVoe, who was then putting Gators 30-game stretch,Sandberg hit.407 ((48-for-
fans through a season of hell. 118)) with 17 homers and 29 RBIs.He has 43
Dwayne left the basketball team, he im- Metro to expand submits homers since last year's All-Star break, the
plied, because he could not play for a man ; most in the majors.
he could not respect. For anyone other than Sandberg has become a legitimate triple
Dwayne, that might be considered noble. crown threat. He leads the NL with 24 home
People called him a quitter.It formal proposal to MiamiThe runs,is second to Philadelphia's Len Dykstra
is important to remember college ath- with a .345 average, and is tied for fourth
letes are not paid. Sports should be a game Metro Conference has given The dates within)Jhe next month.The Metro has with 55 RBIs.Strawberry.
s. to them. If Dwayne wasn't having fun playing University of Miami from 60 to 90 days to not yet contacted UM President Edward can find comfort in New York's
basketball anymore, why should he have consider joining the expansion-minded con- Foote II, who already has discussed expan- recent surge toward the upper level of the
stayed? ference, Metro Commissioner Ralph McF- sion informally with SEC CommissionerRoy NL East. Two months ago, the Mets were
For the fans?The same fans who said that illen announced Monday.The Kramer. struggling to reach the .500 level.
he was lazy? For the fans who booed him on conference submitted a formal pro- Everett wins In Europe After Bud Harrelson replaced the fired
his own court? For the fans who reveled in posal to UM officials at the Metro meetingslast Davey Johnson as manager,the Mets.spearheaded
his humiliation Wednesday night?He should Mark Everett,who capped an undefeated and
week in Charlotte, N.C. by the hot bats of Strawberry
have put with DeVoe for those ? senior season at UF with the NCAA Outdoor
up guys Dave Magadan, won 21 of 28 games, includ-
800-meter title
won an international race
I wouldn't have.
ing 11 in a row. The Mets now are a game
The tragedy of Dwayne Schintzius is sim- AROUND Monday.; back of first-place Pittsburgh.After .

ple. Nature made him different He seemed SPORTSThe At the Stockholm stop of the IAAF Mobil virtually begging for a chance to play
"' to like it. For that he was crucified. Grand Prix, Everett ran the 800 in 1 minute, every day, Magadan, a former Tampa Jesuit
Look at the Gators'other superstar for the 45.35 seconds to nip Britain's Tom McKean, star, has put up impressive numbers. About
last three years. Do you think people would Metro, a non-football conference, who turned in a 1:45.75.: 20 at-bats short of qualifying for the league
have cheered if Emmitt Smith had fallen to would expand from eight to 16 teams, add- leaders, Magadan is hitting over .360.
the 24th pick in the NFL draft? Dwayne ing UM, West Virginia, Boston College, With the win, his second on the Grand Magadan demanded a trade after the Mets
brought more sports success to UF than Pittsburgh Syracuse, East Carolina, Prix tour, Everett moves into second placein obtained first-baseman Mike Marshall in the
.. Emmitt did, but he was never worshippedthe Rutgers and Temple and incorporate the Mobil Grand Prix 800-meter stand- off-season. Now Marshall is the one who
way Emmitt was. football -according to the proposal ings and fifth overall with 25 points. .
wants out of New York.
Dwayne's fall might have cost him $2 Before the proposal, UM Athletic Direc- broke the
million. If you don't like him, consider that tor Sam Yankovich said that UM had no Ocky Clark of the United States, whom Baltimore shortstop Ripken without an
penalty enough. Cut the guy a break. Wish interest in joining the Metro-or any other Everett beat by more than one second in AL record for consecutive games streak has
Stockholm is in first error Sunday. Ripken whose
place with 29.2 points.
non-football conference.
him well in the Southwest and hope he turns
the major-
American high-jumper Hollis reached74, now can shoot
into a scary basketball monster. Send him Now, however UM considers the Metroa Conway is tied the Mets'
with Romanian league mark of 88,set in 1988-89 by
high-jumper Sorin Matei for
L. away with some silent applause. He did give "viable option, according to associate reported to
the overall lead with 34 points. Kevin Elster ... Deion Sanders
UF an SEC championship.Wish athletic director Larry Wahl. International
the Columbus Clippers of the
him the best of luck. Because if you ,McFillen said he plan to meet with the United Press International contributed to League Monday night four, ,days.after his
I I' think about it, he deserves it presidents of the eight expansion candi- this report demotion by the New York Yankees.

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