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I I Report on Baby Gator dispels many complaints ;; 1 1B1


DEBBIE CENZIPER of any abuse, misappropriation of money or ousy and lack of cooperation among the involved seem to feel that Baby Gator is an
Alligator Staff WriterA violations of state laws by the staff or direc 'classrooms and staff of Baby Gator." outstanding program," Scott said.
tor.The Committee members devised a list of 12 Logan,who took the brunt of parental and
review committee found only minor committee was created by the Stu- recommendations that called for a need for staff criticism, said the report concluded :
flaws in UFs daycare center in a report dent Services office to review discrepanciesin consistency among the center's three sec- what he knew all along the center is
released Tuesday, despite accusations from the center's policies and was set up before tions .In their "day-to-day" operations and well-run, but it needs some administrative'
some parents and teachers against the the complaints were made public, said Stu- more communication among staff members. changes.
center's policies and its director. dent Services Assistant Dean Michael Roll, The center,which cares for more than 100 said he's to follow the
Logan going
Complaints against Baby Gator. Nurseryand who headed the committee.But children of students and faculty members, committee's recommendations, which' In- '
its director, Tom Logan, ranged from the committee did find that some is under the jurisdiction of the Student Af- clude making the centers more unified, call-
unfair hiring and firing practices and failureto complaints were true,including various staft'conflicts fairs office and receives $215,000 from UF ing more staff meetings and moving a few
mandate accident reports to racial and and differences between the each year., teachers to different parts of the center each
sexist remarks and 'misappropriation. 'of nursery's three classrooms. Student Services Dean James Scott, who
money. "This polarization of the staff and the received the report said Wednesday that year.He
In a report written by the committee, the .parents has led to'misunderstandings and although the'center has some definite ad- said the report confirmed his own
30 people interviewed were"satisfied orvery jealousy between the classrooms," the report ministrative problems that need attention, suspicions that the basis of the many com-
satisfied with the service given to their children -. states. "What is potentially a healthy the overall report was favorable. to the cen plaints were personal and not accurate.
at Baby Gator."The report showed that competition has become a negative factor in : "They were emotionally laden Issues, not
no one who was interviewed knew first-hand developing an environment of distrust,jeal- ter."I was pleased that the majority of people real ones."

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Mid-Florida, drops
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Veins of safety

SG is spending $200,000 to increase nighttime safety by adding new lights on campus. The lights

request to clean soil will create a path of safety by connecting dark streets to already well-lit areas. Increased lightingwas I
one of Student Body President Michael Browne's campaign promises in February's elections.
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By RONALD DUPONT JR. borhood group when they learned ,
the company's 1988 permit was 6 '
Alligator WriterA 't'
about to expire. Well Drive l
North Central Florida cat litter The company's announcementwas
company has withdrawn its state good news, said Sonny Link
permit application for a procedure president of the ,neighborhoodgroup. 5 9
,residents said was emitting dan Qoab J
gerous levels of lead that killed 1 think this is it," Link said, 7as
,horses and affected children.But adding that his group's fight to end '
residents say the fight is not lead emissions was over. "As far as 5
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over because the company is mining this permit goes,this should pretty
an area of land that a state much take care of it." 4 / 7 1
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military historian said contains an Company president David :.
ancient burial site and an 1836 fort., Kibler did not return phone calls I
Mid-Florida Mining announced Wednesday but said in a written
Tuesday it no longer wanted a per statement the'' decontaminationprocess
mit from the state,Department of was not dangerous. His 1 BRYAN HALL 2 '
Environmental Regulation to buildan decision not to pursue the processwas 2 TIGERT HALL Jc
afterburner,, a machine that based on the outcry from the
cleans contaminated air.. Such a community. 3 LITTLE HALL 73th Sty
permit would have' allowed the "We have always maintainedthat 4' FINE ARTS eet--...:::::: __
company to continue its process of if the prevailing conventional 5 ARCHITECTURE BUILDING __ \
cleaning petroleumcontaminatedsoil wisdom in Marion County did not 6, MUSIC BUILDING "
accept and see the necessity of the 7 CARLETON AUDITORIUM '
Lowell residents, mostly thoroughbred afterburner,then we would not In- 8.PLAZA OF THE AMERICAS '
horse-farm'owners who stall the afterburner,even if legally '9 LIBRARY WEST 1 NEW LIGHTING I
said this process was emitting excessive ]
see Permit page 4 10 LIBRARY EAST
lead levels,formed a neigh
SOURCE: UF CAMPUS LIGHTING SURVEY


: 1,2, students die ,in crash I Hansen gets life behind bars JI JIBy

Two UF students were among on Lake Buena Vista Drive,'
''four teenagers killed when the south of Orlando. The four reportedly MATTHEW SAUER doing for his doctorate. Hansen wrote that he regretted i.
Mustang they were driving had just left a'restaurant Writer Defense attorney Stephen Bern- causing so much pain to Kimura's '
'slammed into a Walt, Disney with six other friends,:who Alligator stein claimed Hansen was legally family and that he was "ultimately
:World bus early Tuesday !morning Were following with another'car Former UF graduate student. insane at the time of Kimura's mur- responsible for that end of the tragedy .f'
in Lake'Buena Vista.. and a motorcycle. The six oth- Jens Peter Hansen who told the der, but Hansen denied that pleain '
UF sophomore Gabe ers wit essetpte accident. court he was not insane despite the a six-page letter addressed to He also cited a pre-sentencing i
,Delneky,. 18,". and incoming Police estimate ,that Bellin I expert testimony,of three local.doc, Circuit Judge,Robert P Cates."I investigation that,-Bernstein initi-
freshman Barbara Rarden,. 17, ger, driving with a ,suspended tors,was sentenced Tuesday to life do not feel that I am insane' ated to give Cates a better view of
were s en'gers'along, with ,license,was traveling more than 'in prison for killing his professor. Hansen's character through inter-
p he wrote.;,"As I said before, when
.David Simon,: 16, in the, car 85 mph-before, < hitting. .' ,',the Hansen, 42"was'convicted; of, Dr...(George) Barnard'submitted views .with his friends and associ-
*' !(""cdriven by Joe Bellinger,.19,ac. parked bus:. 'murdering Arthur,:Kimura, I..n.. his report, I thought it was honest ates., 1
to Walt Disney spokeswoman 'Rarden" survived the crash, year-old,,,.cancer researcher who- but;:incorrect When' two further h I hope and trust that this I investigation
Beth Broadwater" .but died Tuesday at an Orange, served as the pathology student's experts, submitted ,their reports will ,show that ''I I :should
The car: crashed: Into the bus,, County hospital doctoral 'committee chairman: and .settled on the same mental never have appeared before you f

'which,was parked, in a.median,,I ALLIGATOR STAFF.REPORT. Kimura was responsible for supervising : problem, I have to pause to reconsider see Hansen page 4 '.
.. '" . the :research .Hansen>was i ,"


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Final Summer Clearance

NEWS I 50 to 60% OFF


Q UG to require drug testsAll [Q Skateboarders ride the edge at PSU Everything in Stocklll!!!

prospective employees at the University of Skateboarders at Penn State University are causing

Georgia will be required to take a pre-employment havoc on school property; and officials are threaten-

drug-screening test, which may cost the university ing legal action.University .
$500,000 to $600,000 this year. police have been warning skateboardersabout

The new state law,including both part-and full-time the hazards and property damage resulting -

employees, went into effect Sunday. No state agency from skating in pedestrian areas. But "the days of

will be allowed to pass the cost- estimated at $50 a warnings will soon be over," said Jack Lingenfelter,
test-on to potential employees. grounds supervisor for the Office of Physical Plant.
Officials say it is too early to determine if the law Skateboarders have been damaging the wooden

will have any effect on hiring part-time student help slats on benches. In the past four weeks,five benchesin

or if it will be more difficult to hire professors from the plaza were completely destroyed and replaced.
enspFF
out of state. Others have been repaired, at a total cost of$3,550. All Wo t rt
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cats: The Panther Action International summit: International Folk dancing:The B'nai B'rith Hit-
Coalition will hold a rally Thursday students are meeting for a social lei Foundation will have Israeli folk
afternoon at the Gainesville Hilton at Friday night at 6:30: at the St dancing Thursday night at 8:30: at 16
5:45.: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser- Augustine Church student center. NW 18th St Everyone is welcome. All

vice also will hold a public information Call Benjamin, 377-8419 to R.S.V.P. Call 3722900.En .
meeting at 7 p.m. Call 3776298or Fun with calculator: Students Garde: Beginning Thursday,
495-9203. registered for Summer B who wantto the UF Fencing Club will host a free
Dive news: The UF Scuba Club take MAC 3233, MAC 3311 or four-week fencing mini-course in the RODERICK'SEstablished
will meet at the Florida Pool MAC 3472 in the fall must take the O'Connell Center Room 1306. The 1978

Thursday night at 6 to collect trip calculus placement test July 16 at mini-course will be held Tuesdayand Classic Clothing for the Young Professional/
deposits and have a panel discussionon 7:30: p.m. in Carleton Auditorium. Thursday evenings from 7 to 8 Creekside Mall 3501 1 SW 2nd Ave.
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Notestein .runs Ex-student tries



for city seatBy for state HouseI I


MATTHEW SAUER
By DEBBIE CENZIPER tion.White
Alligator Writer Alligator Staff Writer started to run for a seat
Former County Commissioner Jim Notestein an- in the U.S. House of Representatives
Former UF and Santa Fe Com- in but did his
nounced his candidacy Wednesday for the City April, not get
munity College student LaMonte the ballot because he
Commission seat vacated by Cynthia Chestnut, and y name on
asked for more UF student involvement in city N White is once again pursuing a didn't have the qualifying fee and
government and the elections process. political career this time he's could not raise enough student
running for a seat in Florida's signatures in time for the dead-
Notestein, 46, a graduate of UF who earned his
state Legislature.] line. The signatures would have
master's in
degree architecture, served on the
County Commission for one term before being White, 26, is vying for the Dis- eliminated the need for the fee.
defeated by George Dekle in 1988. Chestnut an- trict 23 House seat nomination White acknowledged that
nounced June 28 she was leaving the City Commis- against City Commissioner Cyn- Chestnut probably] will be his
sion to challenge State Rep. Sid Martin for the thia Chestnut and Interlachen] toughest competitor because
District 24 House seat. businessman Larry Harvey. In- she's a "good vote-getter." But
Notestein said he wants to see more students get cumbent Sid Martin, D-Haw- White said Chestnut doesn't have
involved in local politics for the benefit of both the. thorne, is in his eighth term and the amount of student support he
city and students' education.There's NOT&. TEIN has not yet announced whetherhe has. Chestnut could not be

a lot of potential help that students can Notestein also edits FACT magazine, the news- will run again. reached for comment.If .
give the city and, in return, students can work such letter of Friends of Alachua County, an advocacy White said his dedication toward White wins the seat, he said
experience into their educational] curriculum," group that monitors local government and environ- student issues will propel he wants to expand the use of
Notestein said. mental issues. him toward the Democratic nomination state lottery money for educational -
He said he would like to see more students serve One of Notestein's main campaign issues is a firm UF,which falls in District ] needs. White also said he
on the city's advisory boards and hopes to change stand against the proposed consolidation of county 23, will be one of White's top .doesn't support the reasons for
city policy to allow students to vote on measures and city government that will appear on the Sept. 4 priorities, he said. this year's tuition increases- 10
rather than just serving as observers. ballot-the same ballot that will decide Notestein's The interests of students will percent in-state and 20 percent
Notestein was often the voice of environmentalists election.] take a far,far higher concern with out-of-state because legisla-
along with Penny Wheat on the County Com- "Students have until Aug. 6 to register to vote or me than any of the other legislators ] tors only increased tuition to
mission,and said he plans to continue such activismif change their current registration, and I'd like to see ," White said. cover Florida's budget deficit.
elected to the city seat, which includes more of them come out and oppose consolidation," White said he plans to raise the "They're penalizing students
most of DistriCJ2 and parts of North he said. The city of Gainesville is in danger of being qualifying fee, $1,353, by the July] just to cover their deficit" White
east Gainesville Duck Pond. destroyed and students need to get involved." 20 deadline\ to gain a ballot posi- said.
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by, SG to repair pavilion
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despite. 'money pinch' 1

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come from the lake's maintenance budget i4 i
By CARRIE SEGAL
=not from SG.
Alligator Writer J
"In this monetary crisis, because re-
After a 4&-rt inute debate, student senators serves are low, we need to make sure
decided to spend $5,000 to repair a that (other groups) have money for spe-
w Lake cial ," Holley said. :.
pavilion at Wauburg, even though requests
some senators said Student Governmentis Lake Wauburg director Paul Jones told
in a "money' pinch"-this year and must senators at Tuesday night's Senate meet-
conserve. ing that the lake used most of its main- I

Senators also are giving $19,000 to tenance money last year. Jones told t
e build walkways for disabled people at the senators if they decided not to spendsee ,I

lake, but Sen. Zana Holley said the addi- Money, page 5 :I''
tional money for the pavilion should


WSU officials to appear Ion



y tYsr 'Oprah Winfrey' today r rBy I


DEBBIE CENZIPER Wright said appearing on national tele-
Alligator Stan Writer vision will give the group more attention,
'and WSU probably will get more requestsfor
much-debated 'White Student information on how to start similar
Union soon will gain national attention .groups: Wright said he already receives /
when group officials appear on the na- an aver-age of one call each week from I
tionally syndicated "Oprah'Winfrey people requesting information and a copy
>w Show." of the group's constitution.
WSU's President Mark Wright and McCormick called the crowd "ram-
Vice, President Steve McCormick said bunctious and hostile" and said he and l
they were contacted by the show's producers Wright were consistently. threatened during
two weeks ago and flown to Chi- .the taping... During commercial
.cago that same day for taping.They were breaks, audience members were waving
.participants'on an eight-member panel angry fists and shouting at them,he said.
-four whites against Affirmative Action After the show; Winfrey's bodyguardshad
and four blacks in support of it,-.and to block threatening audience members -
t,ANN kluOOwtlLK-ALLHaAIOR discussed Affirmative Action laws and from getting too close to them,
'Tired out campus racism. McCormick added. '

UF,sophomore Clayton Connors, 20, cleans.'his"bike: in front .of Gainesville The show will run today at 4 p.m. on '"We were under such pressure it's A

Garden,Townhouses in the late afternoon sun.. WCJB TV 20 and at 5 p.m. on,WJXT TV see Oprah, page 5I
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4.ALLIGATOR THURSDAY.JULY 1 12,'3990 e . .

IS YOUR GLASS SMASHED?
ELSEWHERELeaders

I ': You say where and we'll be

qj" there. Guaranteed-No Leaks

end economic conferenceHOUSTON 1 as long as you own your car.

(UPI) The leaders of the world's tinued, "Some countries are already in a position to EH's
seven most powerful democracies ended the 16th extend large scale financial credits." S 372-4353
annual Economic Summit embracing a unity of pur. Summarizing the 84-point, 16-page document,Bush AV 0
pose, if not policy, on trade reform, aid to the Soviet hailed the advance of freedom through Eastern OPEN V >7xsrr (03i3N.w.4thPD)
Union and protecting the environment. Europe, applauded Gorbachev's efforts toward"a sustained M-F 8-5/Sat. 9-1' QLflSS ,In plant repair also
In their final communique, the government chiefs economic dialogue with the West," and
addressed the political and economic realities of the reiterated the leaders' common concerns about bat
dawning post-Cold War era and celebrated"the renais- tling illegal drugs and threats to the planet.
sance of democracy" around the world. Compromise was struck among the leaders on the
The summit-concluding joint statement put the question of agricultural subsidies,which has been the THE HERD IS
leaders in strong support of Mikhail Gorbachev and key hangup in global trade talks slated for completionby
his ambitious campaign to remake the Soviet Union. December, although it fell short of U.S. demandsfor
"The success of perestroika depends upon the deter their elimination.The HEADING BACK.
mined pursuit and development of these reform efforts leaders pledged to "take the difficult political .
," the leaders declared.At decisions necessary" to wind up the current round of
the same time, as expected, there was no firm trade talks by the end of the year and, under pressure
promise of coordinated Western financial aid. But the from the United States, committed to "substantial,
door was left open for each country to go its own way progressive reductions" in the farm subsidies. i
in efforts to bolster the crippled Soviet economy. Despite Bush's failure to win European support fora
"We all believe that technical assistance should be promise to abolish subsidies, U.S. officials assertedthe
provided now to help the Soviet Union," President language in the communique was tantamount to
Bush said in formally presenting the document in his a commitment to their elimination.One .
role as summit host. U.S. official conceded the final compromise did
In an obvious reference to West Germany, he con not go "as far as we would have liked."


. Union leaders call for end to violenceMANAGUA I

Nicaragua (UPI) Sandinista union thing but salary and job-related issues while the union b 14,
leaders called Wednesday on thousands of striking had demanded talks about Chamorro's economic
workers to lift barricades and stop violence in policies and plans to privatize government-run in
Managua after the government apparently agreed to dustries.
negotiate with the Sandinistas.The Union officials maintained Wednesday that their IU ; l
call to end the bloodshed came on the third agenda for the talks had not changed. / w
day of heavy fighting that left six people dead and The official Sandinista newspaper Barricada said
more than 150 injured,according to hospital and police Wednesday e people are beginning to resent the lr lIY
officials. effects of the strike and urge the government to o ,
Union officials said government ministers were negotiate with the workers."
expected to hold a negotiating session later Wednes- The bloodshed Tuesday night was the worst of the
day with union leaders.A spokeswoman for President strike which entered its 10th day Wednesday.
Violeta Chamorro said she could "neither confirm or main battlefield was in the Ciudad Jardin neighbor.
deny" that such a meeting was planned. hood surrounding the private Radio Corporation. s v vC
Chamorro called former Sandinista President Hundreds of supporters of Chamorro's National
Daniel Ortega to an emergencY meeting late Tuesdayto Opposition Union (UNO) gathered in front of the radio
try to resolve the strike and end the violence. station to protect it from being taken over by Sandinistas. -
"We have been talking with the government," Ortega .Among the UNO supporters were armed ex-mem-
told United Press International as he entered the bers of the Contra rebels who recently completed a
meeting. "We are trying to improve things as soon as disarmament process that ended nine years of civil
possible." war against the Sandinistas. 41
Lily Soto, spokeswoman for the National Workers The fighting was between the UNO supporters who
Front (FNT), which represents some 400,000 San were guarding the station and the Sandinista mobs 1 CD
dinista workers in government ministries and state- who wanted to take it over" said Alberto Duenas, a
run industries, called on all strikers Wednesday "to disc jockey. He said the army and police later showedup
create conditions that favor the beginning of negotiations and helped usher in calm but gunfire in the area
permit the free circulation of citizens and continued throughout the night"It
vehicles and obey the orders of the Sandinista police." was a very tense situation,"said Roberto Gomez,
The call was an apparent concession by the unionto who lives across the street from the radio station."The
bring the government to the negotiating table.The Sandinistas were attacking and the UNO were readyto
government had previously refused to talk about any- defend it."
I

and will release a report next week. of disease during the mid-1800s
PERMITfrom The Florida Game and Fresh and were buried near the fort Reach 35,000 plus' new and
page 1 Water Fish Commission also has where Mid-Florida Mining is believed
and scientifically entitled to do so," begun investigating the company, to be digging, said Robert returning students by
he wrote in the letter. looking for any criminal miscon- Hawk executive assistant with the advertising in-
Without the permit, the com- duct, said IL Don McMillen. Department of Military Affairs.
pany can continue only its processof Further the state's Departmentof 1 Lowell resident Carole Riley,
The
drying clay to make cat litter. Military Affairs is examining his- armed with artifacts and old surveys Welcome Back Edition!
Despite the loss of the state per- torical records claiming the com- of the area,is the leader in the :
mit, Mid-Florida Mining's involve- pany is mining an area 'of land fight to have the burial sights ex- SAVE 1-() '
ment with the DER is not over, said believed to contain Fort Drane an cavated and the fort preserved.
DER attorney David Schwartz.The 1836 fort used by American sol- "We're going to put pressure, Pick
DER has been investigating the diers to fight Indians. pressure pressure about Fort up the same ad that runs, in
company for more than a month Many soldiers and Indians died Drane," she said. The New Student' Edition and

HANSENfrom In his letter Hansen also asked office said Hansen plans to appealhis save 10%.
Cates for psychological help whilein conviction, but can no longer
page 1 prison. afford to pay Bernstein's fee and a Deadline: Wed., Aug. 15; 1990:

Judge Cates) on such a charge,on According to trial testimony, public defender will be assigned to Runs: Mon., Aug. 27, 199060 ,-
such a case, except for one bizarre Hansen believed Kimura was out the appeal. -
and tragic incident,"Hansen wrote. to ruin his academic career and .
alligator ; .
"It is that incident, of course that deny him his doctorate because his 'Cates sentenced Hansen to an
puts me in front of you. For that I research was outshining the additional four years for armed bur-
bear the responsibility and acceptthe professor's.A glary to run at the same time as his Advertising, 376-4482: '
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: RENTALS I Student Body Vice President Kevin

1 Bedrooms 2 Bedrooms accessible Mayeux said to the all students.campus should be


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students to utilize the facilities that
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1 1230 W. Univ. 377-2646 Senators also voted with little
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Limit one new release Other issues discussed were the
irttrease of racially-motivated hate
< Apartments"Best . ... crimes in the community. Multi-
Cultural Affairs director Marna
Weston said all students, not just
Did You Know? blacks and Hispanics, are being
Deal AtUofF" harmed by "neo-Nazis:
by TomKurrut !
-4 blocks to campus *2 pools / 2 1 laundries Art.Attorney "There are people who are active
racists in our area that are attacking
Child support li one of the lew debts lor students," Weston said.
-Furn. or unfurn.-2 pools with decks which a person can be Jailed lor failure of
payment Makes unit doan I It?But what I Student Body Treasurer David
the whuiband hid I good|Job when he was
Remodeled units -Pets Welcome Initially ordered by the court to pay child Stern decided to withdraw a bill that
support, but h.since lost hit job and \the would require UPs college coun-
ttwila,who owes no child support,win. the cils to request money only from the
Nobody. offers you more space for consideration lottery? Shouldn't'changed the drcumitancatf court take Into Board of College Councils,not from
4tw4t SG. Stern said he will resubmit his
as little as we do! law It*form ol order,and good... law mull bill along with a "comprehensivefinance
noccnariy mean good order. Arlilotl*(c.
WO 1C). package" that, if passed,
lilt'SM would change finance laws.
16fb / Man opening safe. deposit vault belonging
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"proof ol minority to act on behalf/ ol the nization that oversees the councilsof
LfaIlttS\'illt lor da 32601 deceased person In many cases, a 19 UF colleges.
representative"' ol\the tan authorities must be
present. when the box k opened. Surely that
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& laurelsDART .AND So W_ APPROVED '\

to Litchfield Cinema corporate heads for not ( $47 MILLION FOR THE _

responding to repeated requests to have former employee I FDR MEMORIAL) ; AFTER

Melinda Kraft and several co-workers reinstated. Kraft :25" EARS OF
and the other employees were laid off after Kraft publicly
HOW TO SPEND
accused former Assistant Manager Lynn W. Nicely of DEC.I DING

rape and other workers said they were sexually harassedby THE MONEY: J
him.

Managers at the local theater have said all comment on

the case is t In I come from Litchfield's South Carolina corporate c '
offices, but so far the executives haven't had muchto THAT'S WW t-oNt;

say. ARTS FINE 1--s I'VE BEEN

We can understand the company may not want to get .' C0N1N1MjSW4 f" nowusgot
involved in the lawsuit, but to lay off workers because

they say they were sexually harassed by their boss is nota
proper corporate response to the accusations. And to
continue in silence without correcting the mistake only
makes the situation worse.
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We hope Litchfield's immature reaction to Kraft and ) .

her they co-workers have been doesn't harassed keep or others assaulted.from telling someoneif t (II IMf'!! ..' .. \\' f'\ } It 'raoa4 la


We'd also like to LAUREL members of Gainesville's

National Organization for Women and other city residents Don't read lips too carefullyImagine
who joined in last weekend's protest at Litchfield's Butler my

Plaza Cinemas. NOW has organized protests outside the my surprise at discovering that George
theater each week since the employees lost their jobs. "Read My Ups" Bush wasn't exactly being straight Brian Doherty

It's been three months since the protests began, but we with American people when he got himself elected" S
based on a solemn pledge to initiate "no new taxes.
the to keep trying to the attention of the PEAKING OUTthe
urge group get
Well, why be polite? He wasn't just "not being
company and the public. straight" he was lying. Blatantly and with no ex American republic he loved turn into the-American
DART to the state of Florida for keeping the names of cuses. And the opinion molders of what's left of our empire that is all we know today..
from who 18. civic culture are going to do their best to disguise this Today the imperial ambitions of the American
natural adoptees are over
parents away
fact. Expect lots of talk among media pundits about government have expanded in scope.The government
Under current Florida law, the only way for an adoptee to Bush's"statesman-like decision"to join in"bipartisan covets more than merely, the extension of its
gain access to records that contain their natural parents' efforts for revenue enhancement." The trust he violated hegemony over foreign lands;it wishes also to expand
names, short of a court order, is to get consent signaturesfrom with people who gave him their votes will be imperially into seas\ of our life and culture that once
both the natural and adoptive parents.It's forgotten. As always. were assumed by Americans to be beyond the
This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. Bush has government's reach. Our art, the music we listen to,
a Catch 22 situation. Adoptees can't see their spent his career as a weasely civil servant crawlinghis ,the way we choose' to honestly and fairly buy and sell
natural parents' names without their natural parents' signa way to the top, and spent part of that career as goods=none are now free of the control and habitsof
tures. How are adoptees supposed to get their parents' signatures head of the CIA, a job that doubtless does little to politics, of currying favor from the powerful basedon
if they don't know their names? inculcate habits of forthrightness and honesty. He has pull rather than ability, of kowtowing to the
spent his whole life immersed in a subculture and way demands of bureaucracy, of doing what we're told.
Natural parents give up their children for various of life built around deceit and secrecy politics.In The casual falsehoods of public men,debase the
reasons, including not being able to financially care for any relationship based on power, people lie. coinage of civic discourse. The pretense of respectfor
the child at the time. That doesn't mean the parent never Underlings lie to their superiors to curry favor and to public offices occupied by brigands and black-
wants to see the child again. save their skins by telling them what they think they guards deadens all our sensibilities towards genuine
want to hear. Superiors lie to underlings in order to respect towards what is good and valuable.But .
The state should allow adult adoptees access to their
get them to do their bidding. And when the veneer of it's just politics, right? All of us out of grade
records and allow natural parents to make their own democracy is thrown over in the process,everyone in school know that politics is just well, politics. A dirty
decisions about whether they want to see their children. power lies to the voters in order to remain in power business, but a necessary one, when kept in its place.
LAUREL to Student Body Vice President Kevin by telling them what they want to hear. Bush divined Unfortunately in these waning;days of the
for Senate bill that will make that what the American people wanted to hear in '88 American empire, everyone seems to be used to the
Mayeux sponsoring a
was "no new taxes." So he said it. But anyone'who idea that politics' place is anywhere and everywhere
Cabinet directors set and keep office hours. The Cabinet thought for a minute he meant it hasn't lived in a in the price of farm commodities, in record stores,
includes departments for multicultural affairs, career democracy.The in art museums.Any concept of a civic culture existing
development and transportation. poet Robinson Jeffers hit this nail on the head outside government seems like a quaint antiquity.And
Mayeux's idea is that the Cabinet should be held ac- years ago. "That public men publish falsehoods is when government Is everywhere, any hope of recog-
nothing new j Be angry at the sun for setting if nizing the lies of a George {Bush for what they are
countable to the students and should be available to talk ,
these things anger you. Jeffers was part of a rare will disappear.
to them on a regular basis. SG's Cabinet is involved in breed of literary men in his day,dismayed at watching Brian Doherty is still a journalism ""lor.
many interesting events, such as campus voter registra- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
tion drives and Rape Awareness Week.

We hope that students unsure about how to get involved I Right-to-life good A trip to the Gainesville Right tures." What 'he doesn't know is
in UF use the Cabinet as a way to learn more to-Life office would show Mr. Harris that many pro-life people do adopt
I deeds unseen the cribs,layettes,car seats and unwanted children, and some even
about the campus and the community. go
playpens that this office
gives freely adopt children with particularkinds
I\ Editor: Les Harris' June 12 letter to needy new mothers. Granted, of infirmities.
alligatorEditor I 'criticizing pro-lifers displays ignorance this assistance could not fully cover Re-
According to the Family'
the cost of for
care child.
about the pro-life a However
movement million l-
2
estimated
I search Council,an
,it can offset some of the financial
Judy A. Plunkett I worries a people in the U.S.want to adopta
Managing Editor Opinions,Editor i. He says The pro-lifers'concern face when deciding pregnant woman whether may t to child but are unable. Maybe if
Tracy Burlingame i, M.D.Cumella starts at conception and ends at keep her unborn child. Mr. Harris did a bit more research,
!I birth." Obviously he does not see he would see the sincerity of pro-
Letters Policy the'monetary and material assistance Mr. Harris also.states life people who. help. mothers after
"If the
Letter to the editor should not exceed: 200 word (shoot one frby-10 page) They should be :
typed.< double-spaeed end slfrted. They should Include s typed name address end telephone that so many pro-life people pro-lifers are as' sincere as they birth also, '
number. Names will be withheld" IT the writer shows lust t ceute. IT you hive any. question' call quietly provide to mothers and contend, 'they. should adopt unwanted Martha Voor
.the editorial PH editor 376-44M.. their newborns who are'in need. children of different.cul 7LS



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with stolid, bland expressions on Clane Is no James Bond. If he gets is because of poor visibility due to

their faces and treat anyone who punched in the stomach, you can a storm something the ter-

gets in their way with icy con- bet it hurts. rorists hardly could have an-

tempt. The ringleader who's a But any humor and realism Wil- ticipated.But .

really bad guy is seen in his lis brings to the role is undercutby who cares? Die Harder is no

hotel room practicing martial arts the silly terrorists who always sillier than Die Hard. And it's cer-

in the nude. He's apparently bad walk around in a slow and deter- tainly just as good as The Towering

w $ a ,fg1YA.rnr and kinky. mined fashion. At a crucial mo- Inferno and all those other late-

McClane'caliQgjp: of the Sncnt\ when ewyy- second counts,! If the plan of

kpifYAM thugs down irObe bowels of the the general End his henchmen' j | continues on

airport. But he affcwJvince the ee$en take the file to stand around).Min look forward to

higher-ups thal" e men are any- =d exchangvpjeauarL. ; ries. I a year or two.
thing more thai?petty criminals
And the plan isn't so hot either. And since McClane has already
filching luggage.So McClane is on
Granted, you're not supposed to tackled and
his own again, battling the bad skyscrapers airports,
think during a movie like Die Har- it will probably involve
guys in a single-headed fight to
the death. der, but it stretches credibility to earthquakes or killer bees or
JOHN SHANNON think that international
a burgeoning something environmentally hip
The plan he's trying to disruptis
Bruce Willis is back as Detective John McClane to battle international airport nifty enough. It involves cuttinginto incident would be handled like having the ozone layer
terrorists in Die Hard 2: Die Harder. and a
the power chords that light solely by airport security held hostage by international ter-
Die Hard 2: Die Harder again. the runways and electronically ten-man unit sent In by the rorists with a deadly fluorocarbon

Oaks Four West, PlazaIf McClane heads to Dulles Air- isolating.the control tower. The government. And yet the plot absolutely machine. You're the only person

Die Hard was the return of the port in Washington D.C. to pick pilots of the planes circling overhead hinges on that fact. who can foil their evil plan. Be a

'70s disaster epic, then Die Harder up his wife (Bonnie Bedelia), but think they are talking to Dul- Furthermore, the only reason hero. Stay home.
is the return of the'70s airportdisaster her plane happens to be arrivingat les when
they're really being pilots can be tricked into crashing BY MICHAEL CILTZ
epic a forgotten genre of about the same time as a controlled the terrorists. ,, .
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of Airport and Airport 75, butit his loyal men hope to rescue the way. The bad guys tell one of the Days of Thunder, Dick Tracy, Gremlins 2:The New Batch,!Jettons: The

captures the spirit of those flicksin general by holding the,entire air- planes to land, but feed it infor- Movie, Milo and Otis, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Total Recall
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past week the Hotline,was open for your comments about anything.No one Radio (Fri) [1-904-246-4073]

clued us in on the meaning of life but your comments were so fascinating wedidn't : Gathering Lounge The Core
mind. (1332-7500]
Hardback Cafe Malicious
Ronald called bright and early last Thursday morning to let us know about his Mimes (Thurs), The Tone Unknown .

trip to Ft. Lauderdale and n (Fri), No. 2 and BumbleSat ti

O" Oaml-M rwAmii i 1 O CT the crystal clear" water on ( ), Azmari (Tues), The Root
A Doctors (Wed) ((37262481Lillians ]
N HjMTgfVWf/r/JBh/ the beach. "It was so clear;
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T I one could see the bar-
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Market Street Pub Don David
eye," Ronald explained. He went on. to reveal his philosophy on proper beach .f ft. Trio (Fri), The Florida Bluegrass

attire. "Speaking of. naked, I don't mind string bikinis on women, but on men I'd t. BoysSat( ) [377-2927]

rather not," he said. Metropolis Vicious Rumors_
I Will called and he didn't 1 Charlie's Bob Gilmore (Thurs), (Fri) [1-904-355-6410]
APPLAUSE lathe weekly ,next, seem to be in the t The Crosswinds Band (Fri, Sat),
entertainment supplement to best of shape. "I'm tired of being held down in the Bob Gilmore (Wed) [371-8069] Napolatono't Gary Cordon
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editors Jeremy heUlgar> shadows he complained. "I wanna' make a state- .:.t. Dub's Joker's Wild (Thurs,Fri), [332-6671] ;1Richenbacher'

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One caller found MC Hammer's outfit in his ..

"U Can't Touch This" video confusing. "Is Several Gainesville poets will

he like the bottom halfof 2. read at the Hardback Cafe on
wearing, a chipmunk '
''f't Thursday at 8 followed by
p.m.
costume? he asked. "He's got some
L music. The poets will be Russell'
awfully baggy pants. Talk about not being '\ ( best. Benjamin, Kathy Freeperson, Jan

able to touch,it. You can't even get near it." Swanson, Paul Cohen, Steven

comments 'but Bill's bets Cohen, Jack Halderman and
Interesting ., guys,
Joanne Lordahl. Admission is free
Beastie Boys imitation wins hands down just ) ,
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for it's success at digging up horrifying } .l'" c;, ...- ; j purchased as well as books
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way, Bill also mentioned some odd dreams ", ".. .. ,, 375-7413.autographing. For more info call

he's been which he attributes to ;
having an Musical Theater class Buckholz
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i increase in psychic phenomena. "If this cor- ..,' 'v'' School will present'Sandy Wilson's The Boy Friend Tuesday and Wed-

relates to previous dreams I've been having, -' 'i; fC f/ : : nesday at 8 p.m. at the Buckholz High School auditorium.The musicalis

we're heading for a supernatural _., about Polly Browne and other "perfect young ladies' at a finishing
school in 1920's France whose ambition is to marry rich husbands.
catastrophe of megalypic (?) proportions,"
". Z' ,Tickets may be purchased at the door-$3 for adults and $2 for children
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member it would have
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reality for Henrietta's Lovers and five other been more enjoyable if the BLAZING ON A SUNNY AFTERNOON: Only the truly dedicated local band fanatics showed up for the sweltering
local bands. The audience was nothing like crowd was larger, although it Summerfest finale. Most chose to hide from the sun even if it meant being away'from the action."It .
the crowd at Sun Splash or the Bad English was great to look over"the hill."

concert, but then reggae music will draw would have been nice f If( it had been with grass than with heads, but by now Rusty Valentine broke his bass pedal in true
massive crowds even in the pouring rain filled with heads instead of grass," he said. those heads were dancing.The band ripped rock-maniac fashion. The crowd's en-

and Bad English did have cooler weather on But,of course,at noon on Saturday,when through a '70s-funk version of "Pump Up thusiasm was never again quite the same.
its side. No blistering sun to battle. it's close to 100 degrees outside, 95 percentof the Jam," adding a little more heat to an "I 1 saw Bumble and I I've' never seen a
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poured (or maybe dripped) onto the sleeping through a nasty hangover. noon was simply anti-climatic. before," Ted Ballard, a liberal arts student,
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Tone Unknown's' Rob Is, Robert M. and Jorge Navarro jam through Bassist: Rob, Is bites, his lip in musical Trent Snider, may well be' the best rock trombonist Vocalist Henry Puertas pauses pensively between songs at the Hardback sound check.

a sound check at the Hardback Cafe. ecstacyat the'Summerfestshow Saturday if not, the only, rock, trombonist, -*-in Gainesville.

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M The Tone consists of Jorge and "At least an observation;. you "It's' like every song is its own Spinal Tap, John Lee Hooker, The 1-75. And for'' each practice, Jorgehas nicely as you could a Psychedelic'' Rob has a wireless set on his bass Robert M. plays drums with'a a behind the band's' sound, con

Got a subject you'd' like a song Henry, Rob Is on bass guitar, know, some kind of social observa- entity," Henry says.."I( think that's' Pretenders, Nat King Cole, and of to" drive from. Crystal River, Furs or 'Depeche Mode or something ,(which makes it It' cordless), so ,he funk sensibility and just enough stantly, pushing things forward i

about?Tell The Tone Robert M.. on drums and Trent tion," Henry adds.. the thing that characterizes ,our course, "everyone's' favorite where he teaches high-school like that," Jorge .says. "But often'' roams the crowd during swing, You might be surprised to rather than switching roles between I

Snider, who plays theyou "Rococo() People" is a good example band. bluegrass'guitarist, Bill Monroe, English. that's' a strength to.us." shows, popping up in odd places.At know that he cites blues music as rhythm and melody.. He also

At a recent band rehearsal, guessed it trombone. : "Rococo peopleOn/ a baroque "We just figure that we have,a Yeah,but what do they sound like? Recording contract or not, The a recent gig at the Acrosstown inspiration for his style, but he is sings some of the songs he wrote

Henry Puertas, Tone vocalist ex ""The two main'functions of the beach// dog in.a.a sweater// sound, and it'll' come out through "The variety is something we The Tone Unknown is "aggres- Tone Unknown is one of Repertory Theatre, Rob walked not as laid-back behind the kit as for the band, such as the crowd--

traordinaire, asked me and my Tone Bone (his trombone) are baby on a leash// Go down to whatever song. But we treat each thrive on," Jorge says. "We love to ''pursuing a recording Gainesville's'. best and most outside during a song to play on he is in person. pleaser "Hare Krishna."

girlfriend what we would like to rhythm and texture," Trent s says: MiamiAnd/ you'll' see what I song Individually to limit the 'influence jerk the people around. Get them with just about popular bands.. Incorporating stage the front doorstep.. And at the Trent's' trombone is indispensable Trumpeter'' Greg Tierney often *t

hear h a song about.. "I'm( really into it as a rhythm instrument meanWhen/ I tell youThis/ place from other songs." dancing and then all of a sudden every record label Imaginable.. And antics that lean toward the theatri- Hardback,he often sits down in the in songs like "Driving In My, sits in with the band, so don't' be

"Malt liquor," I said.. more than anything else.I ain't' what it seems." bring out some slower stuff. It's' they are merciless. cal, their live show is punk-in audience while playing his bass.. ,,Car" and ''"Rococo' People..""' His surprised If you soon see The Tone

""The new' dolphin-safe tuna at I don't' have a real melodic style.The ." "It's' about Miami and the situation good to be able to"do that.. "We're' g going..to bombard them fluenced without the actual horn is an integral part of'The: Tone Unknown with a horn section.

Subway," she said. tl down there," Jorge says, "And Yeah,?but what do they. sound "We .listen to lots of stuff, but send out a couple hundred thrashing. of their best live songs Is sounds.. He contributes without The Tone has,been rocking bars

The drummer counted off four, Tone Unknown have an what's' happened culturally, If Violent Tough Femmes question.Kind of there Is no direct.Jine between listening tapes," Jorge says. "We have a fax, Be warned, however, this does' One' Not I Dead;> Yet," a light, being awkward how many rock and house parties since 1986,whenit

and the next thing.we knew, Henrywas song list of 50 titles!, there was ever any kind of culture." withoutthe : and playing,'""' Rob says. so I'm going .to fax them ,stuff not mean there isn't' ample slam- tune that still managesto trombonists can do that? was purely an Improvisational/:!, !,
sloppiness,
crooning about Schlitz and written by Rob, Henryor A new song that The Tone is Chill mixed or maybe the Red Hot ,"It's' just all these influences that messages, art, whatever. We can dancing at a Tone show' At one of compel listeners to dance..Midway Rob Is anchors the, band 'with experiment, Payment for.their first
Peppers with
Star-Kist while the rest of the guys Jorge,with an occasional contribution working on is called "63.." It's' a steel band. Or to it a Jamaican a" we grew up with. Like I grew up afford to harass. I mean, this is our their recent concerts, Jorge was ,through Rob rips through an explosive solid and confident playing:Whenhe gig was a black beans.. and rice

J cranked out a better dance groove' from Robert M. Jorge composition, and if you ask calypso put eloquently, a In the Bahamas;, so I heard a lot of future, and we.. might'as well. give .slamming with Rob on stage when bass solo that establishes him steps up for one of his numerous dinner,but now they're' getting too
'
than anything I've' heard at any "We do a lot of collaboration he'll' say, "It's' about old people Giants, minus neo-bop accordion They Might Be that stuff, so it must affect the way our best shot' they,tripped and went crashing to as'' arguably the best bassist in solos, prepare to be awed by his big for their usual gigs.If you come,.,,''"

' local dance club. Instant song especially me and Henry," Rob suffering the indignity of workingat bone. I'll' let plus trom I play. A major label-they're ''not the floor.. And they finished I the Gainesville. Trent blows a solo that :agility and I aggressiveness.. Rob some Friday night to see The Tone
just add water. says. "I'll' do music,; and he'll' do McDonald's.' it for Maybe just them explainit totally saying which one-has shown song without missing a beat on ,definitely makes him'the best If ifnot joined the band when he delivereda Unknown at the Hardback, you
themselves.Now '
The Tone Unknown is not the words or vice versa." "All our influences are some Interest 11t\ t the group, so, their backs.. the only rock trombonist in pizza to the.then_bassless Tone better come,early. You don't' wantto
;' Other Tone song titles like "The take a deep breath because subconscious. Actually, the only their is On t transforms from Gainesville. Even Henry gets in the Unknown. But nomore, pizza,for be a victim of fire codes and have
usual 2-month-old Gainesville And the lyrics aren't always Abduction "" we've' maybe s strategy working. stage,Henry '
of .
grunge band they've' been about beer and tuna, either.. old Existentialist"Robert"M.o"and, 6-year."Hare this is a' long. list. The Tone (conscious) influence that because They already'' have a ,digitally.. friendly local artist,,to post-punk. act'with a scat solo right ,ut'of.a', .a Rob. He now works as a bartenderat ,vto' sit outside,.

" around for four years and they're,' "What do we sing'about?. ,Love Krishna" show'The Tone's' Unknown's admitted list of Influences had would be Metallica,listeningto mastered,24-track recording whichis lounge lizard.>He knows. t that it is, Harry Belafonte jam., the Hardback Cafe, one of The But you definitely should catch, ,t..
? really started
I definitely not hardcore. and death," Henry jokes. lyrical : 'Their also* sounds more like a record when Jorge and I sound ready,),for. pressing.Now:, if they, his job? t to excite the audience and Henry usually has the crowd participate '- Tone's', favorite haunts. 'The. Tone. Unknown now,., before I
J, "It's'. diversity. s songs store's stock list: Fishbone, Alex. that. we went.to'a,. :ir'a,'harder could just get! a label,tcTmanufac*'. keep crowds dancing.!, .While "Driv. in the creation!! of a song or. J Jorge plays guitar\ with a arselI,,)s l{ they. get too big for Gainesville.Then .
impossible to us to the humorous eclectic. The Tone ;
compare "Actually,, even s are musically Chilton, the Motown : distortion." / ''
) sound, The with\ lure and d In Car"" accelerates two,He a allows.the s. audience to t sing described "entrancing ,abahdonment. -, you;can tell'your kids you
i' "' distribute\ jtv ing, My y slowly , ,, ,
other Gainesville bands it it's like stuff there's .
: ;* we do, Unknown's sound cuts throu'gh'each
always somekind Stooges, Vivaldi, Metalllca;/ 'The,, Unknown k is serious like ." Not i melody-oriented d"as. knew' h.embac's' when
': apples and oranges," says guitarist' 'of serious .side'to it," Jorge of them without becoming 'fIREHOSE Bing 6 : Tone, several "It's,r risky) ((for r th the"record r labels) to a blistering pace Henry,mimes.a back-up on songs Doghouse, as they
Crosby, -
Navarro. redundant Bo Dicfdley y, about mu'sl.They rehearse in that,yipu can't' pigeonhole us as car crash.. or.he simply ad libs entire songs, ,Rob, he is usually the driving force, played for beans.
''J i Jorge says., Miles Davis, Robert Johnson; ''nlghts'a week" In a warehouse by r ; ...
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Hall, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Union Lawn of
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services. 355 to teaching and research in the New
Weimer Hall, 9 a.m. to 3 ; Maguire
Tigert Hall, and paid'lot at usual advertising\ rates to communicate Chair p.m.
official notices and important information' to department. Village, 4 to 7 p.m.
students, faculty and staff Call 392 0186'for information' Nanji has authored three books and has Joined ) ART EXHIBIT OPENING by Miami art-
contributed chapters and articles to more Faculty ist Barbara Neijna, features sculpture,
than 25 publications. He is a member of In 1988' models and drawings, University Gallery,
the American Academy of Religion, the S.W. 13th St. Continues through Sept.

Minority ScholarsTo American East Studies Oriental Association.He Society and. the Middle 23, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 1 toS p.m.

Visit Campus On received a doctorate in Islamic ZENITH COMPUTER EXPERT on
Studies from McGill University in Mon- Religion. From 1973 to 1988 he taught at hand to answer questions about Zenith
treal, Canada, where he also received his Oklahoma State University, where he and demonstrate new ,
Sunday MondayMore He earned bachelor'sat served head of the humanities products systems
master's degree. a as program 10"a.m. to 5 p.m., CIRCA Demo Room,
Makerere University in Uganda, wherehe He also served as director of the
than 125 of the state's brightest, E520 Computer Sciences and Engineering
received joint honors in literature and Center for Global Studies at Oklahoma
black school and seniors will
high juniors religious studies. State and was chairman of the Interna-' MUSEUM
visit UF and for the 1990 PROGRAM, "Petting Pud-1
Sunday Monday
Nanji came to UF in 1988 from Penn- tional Area Studies He is fluent''
program. "
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Program sponsoredby
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UF's Office of Admissions.The observe, touch and learn more about
annual program is designed to ac- was a Margaret Gest Visiting Professor of French.UF's Florida shells and marine animals like sea

quaint minority students with UF's campusandacademicofferingsandhopehd- squirts, star fish and other friendly ocean

dwellers, 2 to 4 p.m., Florida Museum of
ly, convince them to become "Gators." Administrative Affairs Shands Natural History Upper Balcony.

"The competition among universitiesfor MARSTON SCIENCE LIBRARY TOUR
qualified black students is keen," said Issue Employee Smoking PoliciesThe and instruction in the use of LUIS (Library -

John Boatwright, UF's director for minority Users Information Service), 4 p.m.,

admissions. "This program is a good University of Florida and Shands Hospital have outlined smoking policies in meet in second-floor lobby area. ;I'

way of letting the students and their response to the concerns of employees and health officials. The Office of Administrative FRIDAYUF
parents learn firsthand about UF and the Affairs has issued the following set of guidelines for UF. \
BLOODMOBILE SITE Infirmary
many programs we offer here. Smoking is prohibited in classrooms, laboratories, lecture halls, libraries, seating areas ,
Boatwright said that over half of the of all auditoria and gymnasia, elevators, general eating areas, restrooms and corridorsand 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
students who have attended the program lobbies, unless specifically designated for smoking. UF INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE,
which began in 1981, have applied for ad- Smoking is permitted in general conference rooms and seminar rooms where smoking free and open to UF students, faculty,

mission to UF, and 96 percent of these areas have been set aside by the chairman or leader of the group using such facilities.It staff and spouses, no partner needed,
were admitted. Black student admissionsat is also permitted in general lounges provided that size, ventilation and other public wear soft-soled shoes, lessons given, 8p.m.

UF for summer 1990 are about 50 percent health safety criteria are met. These areas must be approved for smoking by the dean, ., Norman Hall Gym. .
SUMMER MUSIC CAMP: CONCERT
I higher than last year, and UF has .director or department chair responsible for the areas., ,
seen a 60-percent increase in the numberof In work places where there are smokers and non-smokers, each dean, director or features jazz, wind and orchestral
I National Achievement Scholars who department chairman responsible for the area will develop, implement and post policy ensembles from UF's week-long summer
have indicated UF as their first-choice music camp, free and open to the public,
regarding designation of smoking and non-smoking areas. Such policy should take
school, he said.Boatwright into consideration the proportion of smokers.and non-smokers. Smoking will be prohibited 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium.MONDAY .

said UF's source for poten- in large, open work areas if it impairs the efficiency of work units or requires
tial applicants is gleaned from a College additional space or equipment. RECREATIONAL SPORTS SIGN-UP

Search Services list, as well as from Where smoking is permitted, suitable ash trays or receptacles should be providedin deadlines today, for 1 pitch Softball
recommendations made by high school convenient locations.
tourney beginning July 20 and mixed
guidance counselors. Shands Hospital employees are restricted from smoking in all areas except two staff doubles tennis tourney on July 24, sign
I Gator Ambassadors, a group of minority Rooms 6434 and 7434-and outside of the
lounges- designated areas hospital, effec- up outside of 214 Florida, Gym, call
student leaders, will serve as hosts and tive July 1. This policy is the result of a recommendation made by the Shands Smok- 392-0581 for information.
I
I guides students.for the visiting high school. ing Task Force, comprised of representatives from the hospital and UF's College of SUMMER SING REHEARSAL, sponsored -

I Medicine. by UF music department, free and
to the public, continues Mon..
I I open every
I I; UF Public Relations Self-Help Counseling Is Available; Music day at 7 Building.p.m. through Aug. 6, Room 120

j Students Win Call NEXUS At 3921683A CONTINUING

I National CompetitionA "Self-Help Counseling Service" is offered by the University Counseling Center "FLOWERS AND LANDSCAPES," a .
through the NEXUS phone system at the Reitz Union. Thirty-three audio tapes are show of prints by UF art professor Robert

team of UF public relations studentswon available for callers who may need assistance with everyday problems. Call 392-1683 Mueller and oil paintings by UF professor

first place among 64 colleges and between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m., seven days a week, to hear any one of the following tapes: emeritus Hiram Williams, through July 18

universities participating in a 1990 case 600-Peer Counseling 662-Dealing with Alcoholic Parents at the Gainesville Regional Airport, 3400

i I study competition sponsored by the Public 601-The University Counseling Center: 674-Fair Fighting in MarriageWhat N.E. 39th Avenue, 5:30' : a.Dto. 11:45: p.m.
Relations Student Society of America. Is It? daily."VANISHING.
UF's entry won the Southeast District 602-Self Assertiveness FLORIDA," an exhibit of
competition and then surpassed 11 other 603 Types of Intimacy WAS Information Wins more than 30 fiber art works by Tampa Bay
district winners at the national finals. 604 Physical Fiber Artists' League members, featuring
UF teams have been among the competi 608::Dealing; i:Anger Communications Awards Florida's endangered plants and animals,

tion's national winners in four of the last 610-How to Say NO through Aug. 30, Temporary Exhibit Hall,
first in and UF's Institute of Food and Agricultural Florida Museum of Natural .
1983
eight years, having placed 616=Becoming Open to Others Sciences IFAS History.U
( )won five national awards
1986, second in 1987 and third in 1988. 617-Friendship Building
in from the
international
May
i Members of this year's team are coordinator 618-Dating Skills organization
.J Ann Fahey, Robert Grode, Francine '620-Female Homosexuality Education.Agricultural Communicators in

Hutton, Karl Sanders and Lesliann 621-Male Homosexuality PO Traffic Advisory
IFAS' Information
won a
Detweiler. first-place
Tomich. Faculty adviser is Jack 630-Anxiety

632-How To Deal With Loneliness for award the in television regular television show "Florida programming: File ''The University Police Department

I "a 633-How To Handle Fears' advises motorists to avoid the Newell
I oft For University second-place award in television news Drive'extension Shands
635-Building Self Esteem and and award east of!
third-place in video documen-
ae-.f News & InformationUNIVERSITY Confidence tary for a documentary about UF/ffAS/ Hospital emergency room\ today and
637-Relaxation! Exercises Friday. Construction crews will be
in Cameroon
638-Coping with Stress addition programs IFAS West,Africa. In' blocking two lanes of the roadway for
won a first-place award
i TTP 640-Male Sex Role: Changes &: Stresses, exhibits for an entry in the' Sunbelt in the rest of ,the:week,,,Even- thoughthere' ''
642-How to Deal With Depression will be limited access to the ex
l' 644-Learning to Accept Yourself in Agricultural October Exposition in Moultrie, Ga. tension, UPD recommends that motor
second-place award for the
660-Early Signs of an Alcohol Problem newsletter' "Signals" and fists use alternate routes. For more Information
a
661=Responsible Decisions About award for IMPACT Magazine. superior .contact. Angie Tipton,

Drinking 392-1114, _:__
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1/2/ Days Thunder
Litchfield, Oaks Four West
t. .. / "Nobody needs, me anymore!" c, -.71 3" x 5" Glossy ,* Vroom,vroom.This is vehicle

SORRY, SUNI OUR NEW SCA WOLFF SYSTEM GETS D for Movie Star Tom Cruise, as op-
,. YOU BROWN IN JUST A FEW SHORT SESSIONS AND or or f posed to Serious Actor Tom
.r MORE GENTLE TO THE SKIN.TRY ITI
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OAKS MALL 1 GATOR PLAZA Cruise plays Cole Trickle, a

PLAZA (CAMPUS) I 3/1 -4882 young hotshot race-car driver who
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legendary pit-crew chief Harry
Hogge (Robert Duvall) to come
out of retirement, build Cole a
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Cole appears to be a cocky pro
WHO ? JUS' RED with talent to burn and an attitudeto
NEWSTUDENT match.In fact,his brash exterioris
IHEN ? 1JE NEW just a front to hide his Ignorance.

WHER (Cole wouldn't know a fan belt
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NOW ? E l. ignores Hogge's advice is becausehe
can't even understand what the

Jtj man is talking about. The scene
J: EDITION where Cole confesses his Inex-
L. perience is'one of the movie's few

appealing moments.
After a few false starts, they
click as a team and Cole zooms up

:1, in the rankings.His main competition -
., is Burns (Michael
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Rooker), a good old boy who triesto
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unnerve the rookie by harassinghim
on the track race after race.
LAST
They play dangerous game of
chicken until the two men become
entangled in a near-fatal crash.
This turns out to bean elaborate
CHANCE
form of male-bonding as Cole and

Rowdy become friends of a sort.
There's also a love Inteest in the

M1n form of Dr. Claire Lewicki (Nicole

-- Kidman), a talented professionalwith
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Australian accent. She also
provesto
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in time forthe, big race.
.
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., and his charm doesn't fail here.
But Days of Thunder fails! on the

The New Student' Edition' will be distributed FINAL DEADLINE only succeed level-the we level really of expect excitement.it to

during the week of August 20, 1990 to'over Stock car racing is a challengingand
WED. 1990Oaks
JULY 25
5,000''new ,students and thousands 'of physically demanding sport.It .

returning students. This means 5,000NEW- Mall Copy Deadline' : July 18, 1990 involves more skill and strategy
than simply jumping into a car
customers for your business.Publication .- '. Additional 1 Discount: 10%" Full Page Discount and pressing the pedal to the floor
for a few hours, But you'wouldn't
5% Cash/Check by
know that from this movie..
deadline discount
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Date
:, enough. But about the

20 1990 Discounts are available 'by placing your' only strategy we see is when a

.August '. ad by one of the. early deadlines; however driver decides to try and knock. ...
someone else off the track:There's
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V anyway once the deadline! has passed.ADVERTISING .
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tigii about, .iUForget ..

character development
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Soul II Soul new album is as compelling as "Keep It Together" remix, and Any record that balances jazz
1990-A New Decade "Keep On Moving", and none of Soul 11 Soul's influence is undeni- and African music influences so
fl "What's the meaning of life?" a the voices quite measure up to able. effortlessly is worthy of some
tt149E children's chorus chants on "Cet a Caron Wheeler's heavenly croon- praise. The album's title song
Life," the prologue to 1990-A ing on that song and on "Back to The songs on A New Decade are comes complete with third-world
New Decade, Soul II Soul'ssophomore Life." so unified that some might accuse chants: so authentic-sounding they
seem to be more a of, theperformers'
effort. The rest of the them of f being repetitive. Midway part
,. song goes on to answer that ques- A New Decade isn't likely to through several songs, Jazzie B. birthright than a.
tion, as do several others on the determine the sound of radio like almost predictably shows up for a. cheap exploitation of exotic
new album by England's premiere Soul II Soul's debut has been doing few lines of rap commentary.The sounds.
'Y s musical project. since it first hit the airwaves more "Be the best that you can be" Songs like "Cet a Life" and "A
Producers Jazzie B. and Nellie than a year ago. But then, those theme pops up with such frequency Dreams a Dream" fulfill Soul II
Y tf Hooper continue to redefine the songs were pioneers of the silky that one might wonder if there's Soul's promise of musical innova
sound of modern dance music, smooth bass and piano sound to anything new to write about. But tion.Children choruses are not unfamiliar
once again combining the talentsof which Lisa Stansfield owes ,her in spite of these recurrences, A to anyone whose heard
stellar musicians and angel- platinum sales. Just listen to En New Decade manages to be an en- Martika's "Toy Soldiers.:" But on
voiced vocalists. Nothing: on the Vogue's "Hold On" or Madonna's gaging, seamless thread of songs. "Get a Life," the way the music




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Of course, we all eventually plemented for the grand occasion, upstairs drinking either beer or

may have only been the first graduate to the real Gainesville and "three for one" actually meant something red and real potent-

It weekend of Summer B to you, party scene where all of the Inter- three times the alcohol in one looking. Downstairs Front 242's

but to the new freshman crew, it esting action happens. And every drink. And you all thought you "Headhunter" and other terrific

was their first weekend as "official" Thursday you can read about it would get two tokens for buyinga jams played to an empty room. At

UF students. Ah, remember those here in REWIND. drink. the door, guys were greeted by a

days. When partying meant roam Last Thursday night The Purple Something was going on at sign-up sheet and several smiling

it ing from door to door in Tolbert Porpoise ushered in Summer B Sigma Nu Saturday night. members of Sigma Nu's security

Hall, while trying to hide beer from with a three-for-one drink special. Henrietta's Lovers was scheduledto force. Elsewhere on FraternityRow

seemingly omnipresent RAs. Pock- There was a hitch, though. A play at a party there,but around all was quiet, except for the

ets started to come in real handy. three-dollar cover charge was im midnight most of the crowd was occasional stumbling drunk.












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Bella Pizza Fiesta Capt'n Louie's Galley

Woody's Nationally Come for the food, stay for the fun! $2 The finest In chicken and seafood-Try
DerbyWe Famous Sandwiches pitchers-Big Screen TV. Tonight 2 for 1 Mexican Restaurant our grilled grouper sandwiches. Great
know how particular you are about cheese pizzas. Full Italian menu. Specializing G-ville's newest authentic Mexican res- hot buffet daily. Open 7 days a week.
your steaks, that's why we only serve 3458 W. Univ.Ave. 11/2 mi.from cam in calzones, whole wheat taurant. Our family restaurants have 309 N.W. 13th St. across from Krispy
steaks that are fresh cut, never frozen pus. Hearty deli-style sandwiches, crust and vegetarian pizzas. Subs and been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. Kreme, 372-6311.
and broiled exactly the way you order. soups & salads featuring top quality wings, too. Lunch and dinner buffet Serving daily lunch specials llam-
Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the Boors Head cold cuts on specially every day.Catering service-Free Deliv- 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree's 5-10
house with different cuts to satisfy baked fresh bread served in a relaxed ery. Across from Putt Putt in Festival weekdays & 5-1030: weekends. ComeIn SPANISHLa
every appetite.Seafood lovers will feel casual atmosphere,conducive to meet Plaza.3500 34th St. 335-0200 & give us a try! 7038 NW 10th Pl.

.. right at home with a large and varied ing friends, entertaining parents & (between Service Merchandise & Mr.
selection to choose from. Dinners come family or conducting light business Manaro'sSince Han's) 332-0878. ConchaThe

complete with our fabulous Super transactions. Imp. & domestic beer,
1955."Some flavor of Key West right here in
Salad Table, your choice of potato and wine MC & VISA accepted. Open M- things never change.
and
Gainesville. Latin American
Spanish -
,
Sat 11-9 11-10&closed Sun. fortunately your good taste and our
.oven baked bread. From 5 to 7 p.m.join ,
consistently delicious Italian food." NATURALConey Cuisine. M-F11 am-8:30: pm. 4002
0
your friends for the Best Happy Hourin W. Rd. Plaza West 378-4002.
town. Enjoy reduced price cocktails Open 7 days.Dinner served from 5 pm.Cainesvllle's Newberry
most popular Italian Restaurant
plus complimentary hot and cold chef
for over 30 Casual attire
years. Island
selected Hors d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities -
welcome. Fresh dishes
daily including
available. Most credit International foods
major BARBQUESonny's chicken, veal, steak, shrimp it home naturally done.
cards accepted. Reservations not Specializing in whole foods. Try our
made desserts at affordable
needed but for parties of six or more, prices. Island burrito Black Bean Supreme,
Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail-
please call 373-0088.5220 S.W. 13th St., Carrot Dog, Tofu Reuben, or stir fry
able. 2 1/2 miles from
Only
just south of Williston Rd.Charlie's campuseast veggies and brown rice.Salad and Col-
( on Univ. Ave) 2120 HawthorneRd. .
Real Pit Bar-B-Q (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall umbo frozen yougurt make a great lite
372-4690. Clubs and lunch. Cookies, cakes and more. Take-
For tasty beef, pork, chicken and ribs, organizations outs welcome.Open 11-11 eight days a
dinner
-we can serve meet
Fine Dining & Spirits come to Sonny's, for Bar-B-Q At Its your week.210SE 1st St.372-9288.Going for
Best! 11-9:30: (Sun-Thu) & 11-10 (Fri;. ings. its second 50 years* !
Handcut Steaks. Fresh Seafood. Live
Sat). 2700 N. Waldo Rd.3610 S.W. 13th
Entertainment Tues-Sat NO COVER!
St.3635 S W.Archer Rd U.S.441 at 1-75, The Original
Reservations recommended 371-8069.
Alachua. Pizza Palace

The kind of place your friends would s

Ivey's Grill tell you about.Homemade pasta, fresh
baked lasagna If sauces made to order.
Great place for a date-cozy and inti- The Market Street Pub
Open everyday at 5 pm. Corner of NW
mate. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and din-
CHINESE 23rd Ave.and 6th St. 372-1546. Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style
Extensive with
ner. menus unique cre- ,.
beers in a jovial English Live
pub. en-
ations.Specializing in seafood,chicken
tertainment Thurs, Fri,Sat
eveningsNo -
and pasta dishes. Sensually seductive
cover. 120 SW 1st Ave. 377-2927.
desserts, espresso, cappucino, beer, Restaurant Lunch and dinner
wine list. Credit cards welcome. Open' J's daily.

7 days, 6 nights. 3303 W. Univ. Ave Chinese food: delivery, 5-9"pm; lunch

371-4839 '11-2:30: ;dinner 5-9 pm every day except The Mill Bakery, STEAK

Tues. night. Only block to campus. Eatery & Brewery
1225 W. Univ. Ave.Chef
)110
J's Restaurant yrs. exp. Full Bar,fresh brewed beer.Drink Specials Great Steaks

Breakfast house. 20 years: Serving live 11-7 daily, Expanded Patio with Beef &: Spirits'

8.00-2.30: every day.One block to cam- Oaks entertainment Mall Thurs.-Sat. nights.. For the best steaks and prime rib in,
Plaza
,331-0110. ,
1225 W. Univ. Ave.Snuffy's .
..1 pus. Gainesville. You'OOk over a hickory
GOURMETTobys charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
Murphy's Pub your dinner. Chicken &Seafood tool

Restaurantand Daily Specials i. Open daily 510.2 For.1 well drinks&:
dollar drafts from 5-7 6-Pound
Lounge Deli Sandwiches & Ice cold beer! pm.
1017 W. Univ. Ave. 376-8899 CornerA Billiards, Darts and Video games. challenge. 2310, SW- 13th St. 373-4301.

Caribbean pub atmosphere with gourmet MEXICAN Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur.
... Gainesville .
.. tradition continues A
steaks chicken Fri-Sat.
burgers, teriyaki, 11am-12pm. Uam-lam. Sun ,
baby bade ribs, seafood, salads, sandwiches I ,warm Country Inn !setting featuring Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St.across for -
and New England clam chow- unique seafood, veal steaks, fowl and from the YMCA pool.372-4751. InformationRegarding
" der.. Relax and enjoy your favorite pasta,specialities; Tableside flamb El Toro
desserts & coffees. Dinner from, 5 ., :
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge., Mexican "'
M-Thurs) 1130 nightly.,"Lunch from 1130: am week, ; Out,On TheTown, ,
i Open'( : anvMldnlght; Red Lion Tavern
(Fri Ie Set), 11:30: am-2 am;(Sun);6 pm.* days. Reservations recommended.;101 1723 SW 13th Street.: ,Contact
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7 : Real Estate'' Reitz Union, Cashier's Office Spacious 1, 2 A 3 Bedroom NEAR OAKS MALL 2 BR 1 1/2 BA townhouse -

M-F 9 am 9 pm Apartment ft Townhouses breakfast bar, hook-ups, accepting Rockwood Villas n/s I for own turn bd/ba.
8 Motorcycles Sat ft Sun Closed Convenient UF/Shands pets. $325 Start Aug 1 or fall thru spring $250 + 1/3
2 pools, tennis crt weight room, ull!. Call Pam 335-4469. 7.31.10.5
9 Auto;;;../.:,:;:"'.::' Medical Bookstore, ShandsM sauna, 2 laundry rooms. BIG TOWNHOUSE 3 BR 1 1/2 bath flat,

10 Wanted:}" F, 8 am 4.30 pm Ask about 3 bdr specials' $400 off washer and dryer, screen porch great Wlndmeadowsl Own room 253/mth/ or
373-3371 storage, only $460 share w/frlend for 122/mth: Huge
11 .Services.:$; By Mall: 205 SE 16th Ave. 3bed/3bath starting Aug 1st call fast)

12 Services'' Use forms appearing weeklyin 1/2 mile east of Main St. POOL COMPLEX. Super nice 2 BR 2 1/2 336-1377 Iv. message. 7-17-5-5
Typing the Alligator. Sorry no cash by M-F 9-6, S'110-5. Sun 12-4 bath townhouse with washer and dryer
13 Help Wanted mail. MC. VISA, or checks only. 8-20-25-2 hook-ups. Won'II..t. $500 N/S F rmmt. needed for July-Dec. own
room & bath In Casa East Condo

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND; : Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance SPLIT PLAN 3 BR 2 bath townhouse with $225/mo. + 1/2 utll., Brenda. 3717738.

1 15 Personals:: Payment by VISA or Mastercard to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher washer and dryer, breakfast bar, dishwasher 8-20-13-5
ONLY. Five dollar minimum. cent. air. Office: 411 NW 1 15th St. fans, pool. $650
3717777. 7-31.10-2 F N/S own bed/bath $250/mo. + 1/2 utilities
16 Connections' M. F 8:30 4 pm.
SEAGLE BLDG Great view of Gainesvillefrom call Vanessa at 375-0466, leave mes

17 Notices ::;>.,..$, a D How to correct WOOD FLOORS. 2BD. cent girl College 2 BR 2 bath apartment. Spacious, sage. 8-9-12-5
: View 1105 NW 3rd Av 1 block to UF. Office security,. garage parking, lots of storage.
18 tildes:7
BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK
: 411 NW 15th St. 3717777. 7-24-5- $550 ** *
:' cancel your ad: Walk to UF, need 1 or 2 M for 2BR/2BA
j : .
19 .Pets \:;. .. condo. Luxurious, completely turn.,
2Lg ,
t SOUTHWOOD Spacious 2 BR 1 1/2 bath
20 Lost 4 found Cancellations: 2bdr/ba) apt ac, laundry ceiling fan, upstairs, apartment, fenced large deck, meld service, dlshwash, wash/dry,
,'" ...:': 'q""x ;f.' y' ..,. Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8.,4 pm. $325/mo, w/new carpet $340 avail now like-new carpet dishwasher, hook-ups, micro. Great view. Call Dave 37J-
& Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 375-7986. 4541. 82014.5
No refund can be given. some utilities. $375
7-19-8-2
Summer B, m/f own room, share bath
o When will your ad run? Alligator errors: PHOENIX 2 'BR, dishwasher, room. Brandywlne $223 mo. + 1/2 utll .
Three of ,
Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth, just 3 blks N
Check your 'd the FIRST day it runs washer/dryer hook-ups, laundry close by 3744925. tr
UF nice. 414 NW 14 St. College 7-12-4-5
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before very very bike to UF. $310
Park 371:7777 7-31-10-
Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 2 Properties. AOAKBROOK F N/S to share room
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY KEY MANAGEMENT Fall/Spring. Fully furnished W/D I Morel
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected $199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL $175 + utility & sec 3714708. 7.17-5-5

Ads mailed in or, placed at the ads will be extended one day. Spacious/ 1 and 2 Bedroom, Pool, Tennis, 372.3060
No refunds or credits can be after FEMALE ROOMMATE own BR/BA turn
Union or Shands take given Sauna, Gym and more. 7-12-2-2
may placing the ad. Changes called In after STONERIDGE APT. home with Jacuzzi & fireplace $225/mo. +

THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. 3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 i i-br apts, carpeted central air biking distance 1/3 Ultl. July $1001 335-6999. 7-12-4-5

may run for any length of time Offer valid to qualified application only to UF. $260/mo 1-yr lease, last
ROCKWOOD VILLAS f needed for fall
Customer error or changes: month ft $150 332-
and be cancelled 8-20-19-2 security dep, no pets
at time.
any share 2 bdr condo own room furnished
Corrections must be made in person at 3765 7-17-4-2
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. Quiet I BD on cul de sac by pond $269. wash/dry security system call Amy 335-

for cancelled ads. There will bee $2.00 correction fee. Village West water pd, cent air 800 NW Attractive, clean houses, biking distanceto 7927. 7-19-8-5
18 Av (take 9 ST N from 16 Av) 3717777. UF, year lease + deposit no dogs. 495-
7-24-5-2 0024. 8-20-12.2 *CHEAP APARTMENTI! F n/s to share
2-story 3bd/2ba' Towne Pare. $150mo13util. I /

Attractive & clean apartments, close to Casablanca West 2br 2 1/2ba dsh dsp cen + Carol ((407)) 1184-1051.* 7-26-

FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. UF, avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease + dep. No a/e cell fn levelors wsh/dry screened patio 8-5
dogs 4959024. 8-20-16-2 pool/clubhouse no pet $550 avail 8/1 call
1 BDRM apt. Quiet for serious student. 3356828. 7.17.42MOBILE LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK**
1 FURNISHEDBdr Point West SW 34th St Call 3753250. Brand new, completely turn. Walk to
7-26-5-1 Studio $219 1222 NW 8 Av S mln north of UF, 1 or 2 F rmmte. tor 2 Br/2Ba condo

Bdrkit/ living rm prlvlledge, most util. pd., UF, economical, privacy, carpet, a/c, 371- HOMES: for summer &/or tall. European kltch.

summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., .4 bdr apt. FOR RENT: 7777 7-24-5-2 w/mlero; wash/dry; meld .service; security
3 FOR RENT/SALE
1740 NW 3rd PI. To applyInfo S72-2284/ ; much more. Call Denise J75-4541.. ,
3714243. 1 bedroom 1 bath apts. Walking bicycling 8-20-14-5
82025.1
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk to UF Shands VA. $240 monthly formerly Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park.

Private entrance, nice br, kitchen & livingrm. Holiday Garden Apt. Call 338-8852. 7-12- Best rental value. Grad students have Male, N/S to share Brandywine apt for
prlvlledgea, moat I utll. paid summer to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280. 7-2 left.' 6 excellent buys from $3000 to double fall/spring terms. $170/mo + util. Contact
$145. fall $165/me, 372-2284. 8-20-23-1 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, See. wide with financing. Pool nice park' Doug 335-4949 or leave message ..
Plus LMR. Pooll.undry. no cats or dogs. $175 studio $199 1 BD $225 2 BD quiet, open weekends. 7117 SW Archer 7-196-5
**BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** Santa F* Trace Apts. 378.1 180. 8-20-25- SUMMER SPECIALII!! Gefem while It's Road 904-378-9281. 811123SUBLEASE

Luxury condo 4 blk*. from campus, secu 2 HOTI! WalKtoUFI I POOL 371.0781. 7.,8- HAWAIIAN VILLAGE large bdr In 2 bdr

rity. Maid, service. European kitchen apt. Available In FALL. Pool laundry
Near UF ft VA. quiet THE TOWERS Soar about the mundane :
w/mlcro/ dishwash, disposal, full-size Oak Glade Apts. ; $207/mo. Call 3716887. 7-17-4-5
washer/dryer available In moat units for See UF from private balcony, newly renovated -.
wash/dry. $200 to $390 monthly 375- HOUSEAPT.SPYGLASS
4541. 8-20-14-1 $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 ft 2 Bath 1 bdrm'a. 207 NW 17th St. 371- 4 n/s,1(needed to share nice 2bd townhouseIn ,

$250-$350, sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 8-20- 7777 7-31-10-2 tower oaks cable, vcr, w/d. fenced

Avail now bike to UF from 1 br Tumbling 25-2 needed one roommate to yard, micro, etc. prefer' grad/serlou itu-)
Creek condo private balcony 1015 SW 9th PETS OK sublease. Own bed/bath In 3br/ba. d.nll.nlmallover. $170 + 1/2 util. 332-
St. $200/mo $200 deposit 372-7843. or SPACIOUSONE 1 bdr duplex apt w/ yard, paddle Please call 835-5617 7-12-4-4 2382 7-19-5-8
BEDROOM APT. fans & micro. Other homes avail.
8133219449. 7-17-5-1
ONLY $2731MO.LYONS 373-5018 71252AAAFFORDABLE Sublease 2bdr/1ba Sep-Dec.: New carpet Two n/s F roommates needed for Fall Regency .

NOW 1 male wanted. Furnished apt APT fenced yard w/d, dishwasher.,. Oaks 3bdrm 2bath Call Mercy 336-,
1 bdr/1 ba. Clean, great location In SW 4000 SW 20TH AV 377-8797 APT 2bdl1 b. quiet ,last & deposit. $350/month. Call 332- 6888. 8-20-13-5 ':
area. 130mo. Call 373-3432 or collect 8-20-25-2 close to UF. Pool, cent ac/heat dishwasher 2800 after 8 pm. 7-31-8-4
((813)792-3396.) 7-12-4-1 laundry, bus rte. Call 374- Move in August Own room In 2br house
INCREDIBLE 8595*** 7-12-4-2 M/F for master. bdr/ba In 3bdr/2ba apt. at 1 block from campus Huge yard fireplace .

3 block from law school In nice area for Efficiency Apt. King's Creek. $175/mo + 1/3 util. Call much more $200/mo/ '1/2 util..
serious student.. Master bedroom $195 Starting at $"5 HUGE 2BD 2BTH $399 Bel Air Apts 636 Howard 372-8275 (evenings). 7-19-5-4 3716758. 7-10-5-5'
Starting at $238/ 3 Bedroom NW 26 Av Oust off 6 ST, near Albertaon's)
no : Call 335-2832 378-6376. 7-
24-6-1 pets. or M EADOWC REST office: College Park Prop. 41'f NW 15 ST 5 ROOMMATESStudents Walk to Shands ft UFI F grqrf student

178-3981 ,371777772452 looking for N/S M/F rmmt to share 2bdr ..

Lg 1 ft 2BR apt.convenient downtown 371-3861 twnhs, Wllllamsburg Apt, $242.50/mo .+,
ft UF 250.285 mo. Ar.o. ft 5BR houses 8-20-25-2 Two and three bedroom homes for lease Reserve your.room for summer 1/2 Ulil, 372-9389 7-17-45 .
$550-650 mo. Student welcome. No $225 to 450 00 Call 372-2223 .S Burch, and fall Treehouse Village turn or unfurn
pet". 378-5851.11,24-5.1. Oasis Apts Moore and Cox 7.17.52'FREE' 2 bd/2 ba w/d Incl. 170-278 MZ Property Female share furnished 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba
near Archer ft SW 34th SI. Mgmt Inc. 378-0207, 7-12-4-5 townhouse In SW area. Wasn/dryerA,/
Elllcl.ncy.PI.,j Furnished'private. entrance '1 and 2 Bedrooms No doge Available mid-Aug. $225 + 1/2 ulll., Call
month 371-31411.31.12-2 N1 MARCHWOOD Condo** 335-6273. 7.185.5Classlfleds.
parking, utilities Included. $185 From 350.00
per month. Call 3722582. 7-19-3-1 Rental Finding Service. All Info, Upstairs/ room In 3 BR condo wvaultedceilings.
Name price In the Polos;, own bdr $220 lor''17x12 mbr w/celling fan -
your t floorplans, videos and more, FAST, We .,. .
F-n/s and tidy $250/month.: Own b.d,1 t w/pvt. bath; microwave, d/w, wash/dry, can help you find that perfect place to live, IL 2 cloaets. N/S. Prefer' very neat grad >
bath In Treehouse for Fad 90, Call V 3736927 -, 1/3 utilities.. Will take best offer, 9354149lv Gator Rental Finder UF Plaza: 336- students Call Jennifer. 372-6844/33S- Continued on next page.
1 7-24-4-1. 7-17-6-2 9220. 7.19.3.51tRvllt
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house' F needed to pay $185 ft 1/3 HUNDREDS TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk ALLOY BLUE SCHWINN bicycle FOR SINGLE BED perfect condition. $70
utllit,... We have a dog but he'll loveyou drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters. SALE $120 obo. Good condition call OBO. Call 378-2451 leave message,
) You can smoke, we don't caret We of roommates at your fingertips. We can Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 Danny at 372-4959 leave message. 7-12- 7-19-4-
find that Ideal roommate FAST,
need youl Call 373-3773 Prontollll 7- help you yrs. Perfect lor small typesetting jobs. 4-6
Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 338-
19-3-5 Gator Good machine for small type shop. System Peavey Combo 300 Bass Amp $275,
9349. 6-20-11-5 Includes 3 rolls 61 In. RC film & 6 font Small sofa, recliner end tables cocktail Yamaha SHB 400 El Guitar $300, 12 sp

...m/l lor own bdrm In nice house. Looking for F, prefer underclassman to disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at table, lamps. Good condition. $350. Call Holdsworth bike all cam pi/, $300, call 377.
W/d Jacuzzi Incd yd, pets ok. 7 min to 373-9926 for more Info. 373-5566. 7I I 7-5-8 6817. 7-12-2-6
share 2/2 at Piccadilly Apts. from
UF C.ntalr. Sum $150 ft/or/ (fall $160 + apt. _
1/3 Utl. 336-1380. 72445F Aug. 20. Phone in Chi. 312-549-3320, In MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 QUEEN WATERBED $80; Sleeper Sofa MOVING MUST SELL

VT, 8024646182. 7.19-3-5 Editor's choice Hewlett Packard $80; Two end tables & coffee table let bed $15. small frig $30 hammock $40,
rmmt. needed lor lall/ipring. Own bdr Northgate. Price lower than mail-order. $35. Call 372-3805 or 332-3189. 712.4 dining table $10. Call Megan 335.7515.
Share IIv.ln the best close to
condo F.
In great house, 1 blk. from UF. Please Systems below, Include 1mb, 40mb 6
call Jennifer, Iv. 371-3949. 7- SF & UF, beautiful surroundings, 1st or QUEEN WATERBED with heater,
message ((28ms), graphics monitor. MC 286/12 comforter
26-5-5 2nd year student $250 pays all if you $1195 MC 386SX $1495, Northgate For Sale: 45 gal. fresh or salt water sheets $75 microwave $60 furniture
qualify. Call 8139561559. 724.45 386/20/ $2399. Leading Edge 'laptop w/40 breeder tank wall ace's $250. Modern pot/pan, books etc. make offer
2 outgoing lun girls are looking lor a WEST for MB hd & battery $2395. & 2 year war color TV $100 Top-of-the-line/ VCR, 376-9646. 7-12-1-6
**CASABLANCA m/f. n/s
roomie. to share a 3 bdrm aptown ranties. Onsite warranties. Panasonic Fisher, $225. Beautiful handloomed wool
room/bath/ Wmdmdws female n/s call own br/ba In turn 3br/2.5ba/ twnhse condo 1180 printer $185 HP Laser Jet lip antique rug $100. Call 3752786. 7-12-4- eeeCASH TALKSI! Velour, wtrbd kng-
3366393. 7-26-5-5 w/ wa/dry./ $260/mo + 1/2 util 335- $ 049. 3743 W. University Ave. 8-9-12-6 e 'cmplt $1 60, Ig d.sk.$65. big scrn tv $150,
2593** 7-24-4-5
drplf table $45 golf clbs $40 all nag 336-
Completely (urn. townhouse *M- Crimes topper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Detectors Papasans, wicker rockers,wicker bdr. furniture 1380. 7-24-4-6
N/S F needs
archwood* pool micro, wsh/dry. Fall & Serious, mature, quiet neat Sherwood, Sansul Sony, Orion, baskets & more at warehouse
Spring and/or summer $220/mo + 1/3/ util- like roommate to help rent apt. or share Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat prices. Sale Frl 9-6 a Sat 9-4 at Interstate FOR SALE Schwinn 10-speed
ities. Craig 335-0145-nopets. 7-26-5-5 your place. Est. expenses $200 eac + 1/2/ All Prices 373-3754. 8924.8 Mini-Storage 1 mi. north ol Archer Rd. Continental 2 $65 and
util. B.Y.O. BDR set. No pets, please.Call .
McDonalds on 40th Blvd. 7-12-3-6 SUNN guitar amp 100 watt
F N/S. Earnest student. Own room. 1 3355153. 7-19-2-5 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 2 channels for $350. 3761359. 7-3 1-6-6

blk from UF near Holiday Inn. Call Lynda Wanted female-roommate, 3bdr/2ba any car truck or van fully guaranteed will ONE-WAY plane;' ticket Irom G-ville to
collect at 4073920362. 7.12-3-5 demo. Call 336-91S3 student Iv. mes PHILADELPHIA leaves July 22nd. Call Computer terminal and keyboard, for callIng .
home, large yard, quiet neighbors near
sage. 8-20-21-6 Joan at 372-4687. Leave message. 7- NERDC etc. Zenith ZT-1A. $125
from Furnlshed
Food Lion 15
mm campus.
We need F needed to share a beautiful 12-3-6 39202553750277. 7-19-3-6
3bdrm 2bth lor Fall Across from campus. 25011'10371-7073. 7-24-4-5 $550.00 In free value coupons only 7.00.

210/mo + 1/3 mil. Call 336-04111v. mess. Gd at\ needs quiet M/NS/ to share 2 bd. 1 Free pizza haircut car wash cocktails, Trek 760 series, 56 cm, campy equipped, TREK bikes, 300 ft 400 series,"mint con.
7-246-5 1/2 bath townhouse 4 ml. to UF, 170 + 1/2 movie rentals beer lunches, more. Call excellent cond., $375 firm, Call Ross 376- dition. $200 & $235, call 335-3787. 7-26-
3721476. 7-17-5-6 6141. 7.17.4-8 5-8
ut. Call Vahak pm 335.0599, am 392-
Large Bedroom 4BR 2 Bath house Walk
UF/city quiet want serious student $159mo 0571. 7172.5 Earth cruiser bike, $85 obo; Realistic GREAT DEAL! sleeper sola $40 obo & Apple Computer/ Must! Selllll 2
$100 Security plus util 3770165. 7- Tower Speakers, $100/pr. obo, Peavy 400 twin bed mattress ft box spring $40 obo. drives monitor, printer, joystick, modem,
12.2.5 6 FOR SALE base amp wI 115 speaker, $350 obo; 336- Call 336-1608 5-10 p.m. 7-24-6-6 + 100's of progrms Call David anytime at
8469 Iv. msg. 7-12-4-6 336-5866. 7244.8_
Married couple looking lor roommate. No XT DSKTP CMPTR. lOmhd 5.1/4/ Idr
drugs or smoking. Friendly, Indpnt, Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Ceramic-Art Student selling pottery, mono mntr wnoglare screen Internal Queen size' mattress & boxspring Sealy
clean. Sep. entrance, bdr & ba. Kit, Ir, brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car windchlmes and jewelry. Call 336-3856, modem lots sftwr Inc. Word plct. 50. Posturpedic medium !firmness $25
pool prlv. Small pets OK. $175/mo/ util. Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372. please leave a message. 7-17-5-6 $650 338-0086. 7-12-2-6 Modern mirror/chrome end table $40.
2070. 8-20-25-6
Call 338-0752 7-19-3-6
377-0422 aft 7pm. 7-31-7-5

POLOS: FINS, own bd/ba in 3/3 w/d,,
micro, view of pool, vaulted ceil., volley. r------------------,
ball & tennis cts Call Dana 335-
5990eeeee 7194.5 I I ,. I I I

M or F N/S lor Fall Mill Run twnhse 2BR, Alligator Classifieds 1 I I I I I I I

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3369751. 7.24-5.5 373FINDBUY I I ; I I I I :

., F N/S/ .serious std or professional wtd to I i t I I I I
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Start Aug or Sep. $220 + 1/3/ util. Call IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. _

335-3135 I 7.12.2.5CASABLANCA 1 I I J: I I I I : I
Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs, etc. to be listed in a
WEST-FNS to share 3bd 2 "directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form ;: i I

laundry.1/2ba townhouse lSO/mo,+FALL 1/4 util.ASAP.3357395.Pool, explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help 1 I I I I I I I .
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M/F/ N/S to share house in Mill Pond.

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Nice Furniture: sleeper' sofa, matching Treehouie Village Like-new 2 BR 2 BA Assumable, 6'1/2, low down only 87 TRAC MOPED. Super condition. Low SUZUKI SAMURAI '87' soft lOp In per
loveseat ondtable, coffee table, kitchen condo. Fully (urn, bus to Univ. 49900. $310/mo. Immaculate ft spacious one bdr miles. Call 3712344. THE BEST fect condition, must see) Call: 3750394.
chain & bar ,
$980 Must
table w/4 seat Marie 3778899. Watson Realty Corp. 7- townhouse w/ loft, ceiling tan skylight, MOPED YOU CAN BUY FOR $250. 7-12- 7-19-5-9
3388113 7172.8 19.8.7 Inside laundry ft 2 decks. Beautiful landscaping 2-8
Call eve/wkends 374-4923 or 1988 MAZDA GXL. Loaded red 5-speed
Collector) Penthouse & Playboy maps, Rent Option to buy modern 3 br 2 ba 376-4702. 7-12-1-7 89 Jews Moped for sale. Ex cond low sun rool. 17,000 original miles. $15.000
65 In great cond.,, $60. .Call 336-5939. home Irg lam rm c/a w/d/ part turn fenced miles $350 OBO. Call 336-9299 Iv msg. Call 377-6451 Leave message. 7-17-3-
71228WHEELS yard low 50's owner finance 3311 NW 18 EXECUTIVE LAKEFRONT 7-24.4.8. 9
ST Call collect 3059314005. 7-17-5-7 DREAM HOME
and TIRES Make your dreams come true In this 3 yrs AMC JEEP CJ7 Renegade, 1980 4 cyl
Chrome excellent shine with mounted and Why rent? You can own this 1BR/1BA/ new quality-built, customed designed 9 AUTOS New clutch; brakes, and tires. Runs
balanced like new tires $250 495-3980 upstairs unit at PARKSIDE. Owner financing home, surrounded by the splendors of great. Must sell. $1800 obo. Call Jeff
eve 373-3167. 7-19-4-6 walk to class. Av.llabl.lmm.dl. Mother Nature. Feast your eyes on panoramic HONDA ACCORD 78 3347100. 7-24-5-9
23500. view of lake
ately JEFFREY SIEGEL, glorious sunsets over
Terminal for tale Works on ISE CIRCA Realtor 3736063. 8-20-13-7 from glassed wall grt. room or multi-lev runs well, ac, $450 stereo, 5 speed $1400 Mazda GLC 1982, silver, auto, air, 87,100ml
NERDC etc. Quit spending all your timeat Ned decks. Canadian pine vaulted ceiling OBO call Rick & 375-1269. 7-12-4-9 new tires, carburator, warranty, runs
CSE and Well. 378-0856. Leave mestage. -. CHILDCARE CENTER Fully equipped. Loaded wextras.. B..utlful..11 rec great. $1i95/obo. 377.8439.1..v. mes
CHEAPII!! 7194.8 Excellent opportunity. AAA Condition.Well lake w/sand bottom ft crystal clear water. 78 VW Camper Van: stove, sink, fridge, sage. 7-12-2-7
established. Owner will train. JEFFREY 2BR 2BA OR study BR or entertainmentctre new batery new clutch & cable. Very
E. SIEGEL, Realtor 373-6063. 7- util. rm. 23 ml E of Gainesville good condition runs well. $2500 Call Escort Wagon '86
BIKE SALE 19-6-7 375-2788. 7-12-4-9 Automatic transmission
$160,000 and/or extra lot 31000. 1-
selection of used quality blk...
Large 737-2923 between 8:00am 8:00pm.: 71217 Good condition
New ATB bikes at good prices. Gator CALLING STARTER'S ft STUDENTSI! 1987 Firebird Formula, blue with gray interior $2,700 OBO 392.0191, 4544703. 7-24-
Cycle 3321 SW Archer Road. 373-3982 This 3BR home located in SW G'vllle I.conv.nl.nt Is excellent condition fully loaded, 5-9

8-9-10-6 to UF, Shands & VA and has 5.0 engine. $8500. Call 13284312after ....
a storage bldg., central H/A, ft a large lot! 8 MOTORCYCLES 6pm. 7-12-4-9 Ford Escort '63, It blue, S speed in excellent
KRAMER ft WASHBURN. Reduced to $39,900! MLS.84997 Quality condition. 75K mi., many new parts,
Black KRMR w/locklng Floyd Rose. Kawasaki KE100 Enduro for 79 Monte Carlo, only $800 obo. Must !
Realty of G'vllle, Inc. REALTORS 1986 perfect runs gr..1500 or beat Susan 373-
WSHBRN bass w/actlve EMG's. $200 ((904)372-6441.) 7.12.2.7 campus parking runs great w/helmet, sell, good cond 2-door, auto, power, 6030. 7-17-3-9
tachobo. Call Joe 3350825. 7-17-3-6 $500 080. 336-9557. 7175.8 m/fm, a/e 2 new Urea, 130k miles, 373-

2/1 home for sale by owner 2549 NW 54 6520. 7-17-4-9 1983 Merc. Marquis runs great automaticac

SOFA (tan/PIT) GROUP with many Blvd., asking 48600. Work: 338.2435 MOPED 1988 TOMOS 2-speed automatic, Turbo 300zx 1985 red w/ radio 35000 mil owner $1500 or best
l-tops, Sspd,
Home oil Injection covered, absolute offer 338-3909 Jackie. 7-19-4-9
always
matching pillows. Must see. $150. Call : 3351760. Ask for Diane. 7-31-
373-5165. tan, bra all options, runs and looks great,
4-7 mint condition. $375 Iv msg
335.0710. 7-19-2-6 low miles, must sell fast $8800. John
7-19-5-8 Toyota Corolla 1976 4-speed, am fm stereo -
377-8510 anytime. 7-17-4-9 cassette, metallic brown good condition -
$1100 Phone 376-6013. 7-12-1-9
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sell fast $1000 Obo. Call 3751530. 7. $7000 OBO 374-8979 Ask for. Steve.
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Typing/Word/ Processing' Quality dependable TYPESETTING CLINICAL ASSOCIATE WAITRESS/WAITER. Part Time, experience -
Artist needs: GOLD.; Gems Class advanced RegisteredNurse
Certification as an Mon-Frl
necessary. Apply 24pmSNUFFY'S
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine service. Reasonable rates. Laser DESKTOP PUBLISHINGNow Practitioner In accordance with
1017 W.
University Ave. 7-
printer. 377-8175 00pm. 8-20-25-12
Jewelry 373.9243. 8 20-25-10 t accepting applications for typesetters Florida Statutes 464; or certification as aPhysician's 12-4-13
for Alligator Editorial Production. Involves with
Assistant accordance
Word Processing.' Typing, Bkkping t No-
Wanted: CarsTrucksFor tary. Grad school exp. Prof quality 15 laying out and typesetting articleson Florida Statutes 458. Salary I I. negotiable. RENTAL AGENT for College Park Apts,
Salvage, running/not running, each night. Good
desktop equipment
bee sales ft have
yrs exp. Spelling, ckd. NW section. must tiger own car. 411
wrecked, etc. 37t.t 578. experience for graphlc/art/ournallsm| majors
Dawn 332-3913. 8-20-25-12 NW 15th St. 371.7777 7-17-5-13
We Buy and More. 8-9-15-10 or others with similar Interest Experience SENIOR PSYCHOLOGISTMust

TYPINGNear Butler Plaza. Fast accurate with IBM-compatible systems be a graduate of an accredited college Attn: Christmas lovers. Would you like a
WANTED Camero 1 1982 to 1988 lor hall hr
and/or Ventura Publisher preferred, but
service. Call 3730134. 8202512. with a Doctorate's Degree, with at part-time job averaging $8/hr7 A debt-
examination. Will pay call 375-8710 mention not required. Evening hours, flexible
least one year of supervisory Internshipexperience free Christmas. Call 495-9442. 7-17-4-
case no 90026. 7-17-5-10 Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable schedule. You must be available for and 2 years of professional 13
service. Masters in English will check training now through August 10, and experience. Salary"Is negotiable.
WANTED female around 135 Ib 5'3lor .
available to work this fall. Fill out an application HELP needed on HORSE FARM. Must be
spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373.1937. 8-9-
engineering study, hall hr photographingwith at 1105 W. Univ. Ave., 9-4
24.12 pm. REGISTERED NURSE exp. Full or Part time stable keeping. 15
Will call 375-8710 mention
case car.no 90026.pay 7-17-5-10 Specify Editorial Production. No phone Must be Florida licensed or eligible. Salary mln from UF. $3.80/hr Jan 376-7762.-
Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc.:near calls, please. AA/EOE. commensurate with experience. 17-5-13

American wants to learn Haitian-Creole, campus. Dependable, quality service.
call collect J. McKinney 19045435113. Reasonable rates 24hr/day/ Call Carol NEWSPAPER Forward resumes to or call: Cross City Paying $200 to qualified volunteers to
7-17-3-10 373-4464 8202212We PRODUCTIONNow Correctional Institution, Personnel Dept., participate In drug study for treatment of
accepting applications for paste-up PO Box 1500,Cross City, FL 32628-1500, sun fungus (Tines Verslcolor). Call 331-
11 SERVICES Beat Everybody's PricelllResumesLettersReports lor Alligator Editorial Production. Good ((904)498-5576) ext 125 EOE/AA. 717613 5379. 8-20-1M
etc experience for graphlc/art/journalism majors -
.*" Alachua Word Processing or others with similar Interest. Experience Part-time, entry level pos. for magazine.
NW Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave 376-5465. Established since 1985 preferred, but not required. Dancers wanted no experience neededwill Filing, Ight typing, wp exp helpful. Must
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 82021.12 Evening hours, flexible schedule. You train earn 600 weekly apply In person have prof. phone voice t be organized.:
$20,10% disc. to students. 332-8917. 8- must be available training now through after' 7pm Trader's 2212 S.W. 13th St. N/S. 375-3705. Ask for Tracl 9-12 am

20-25-11 ..RESUMES..* August 10, and available to work this (all. 7-31-9-13 M-F. 731.7.13INTELLIGENCE
Complete writing & development' ser Fill out an' application at 1105 W. Univ.
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS vices. Resume House 371-8148. 8.9- Ave., 9-4 pm. Specify "Editorial Production. Carpenters, painters, plumbers. Own JOBS -
20-12 .* No phone calls, please. AA/EOE. tools, car a must. College Park Apts. FBI, CIA, US Customs DEA etc. Now
411 NW 15th St. 371-7777, 7-17-5-13 Hiring. Call ((1)805) 687-6000 Ext. K-

1233 NW 10th Ave. Typing/Wordprocessing.' WordPerfect AVON 375-8967 9486. 8-20-11-13'
372-1664 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. A Plus Notes Are you an A student, do
MC/VISA/lnsurance dependable, personal service. Tara 332- Benefits Insurance. 8-20.25.13 you take excellent notes, why not earn College of Education student wanted lor
Free Pregnancy Test 1469. 8-20-19-12 while you 'learn? If interested please call part-time retail sales. Call 3757284. 7-
Member 371-6954. We are 'looking for the follow 19-4-13
National Abortion Federation Typing and Wordprocessing-legal, ter- EARN $35This ing classes ADV 3000, APB 2150, APB
8202511SEXUALLY I mpapers, etc. Professional' quality and week + $110 this month new donars 2151, AMH 2010, AST 1002, CCJ 3024, Farah's on the Avenue Is now taking applications
reliable service. Call Nancy, 372-2750. with this coupon Study while you donateor CHM 2040, COM 1000, ECO 3100, GEO for the fall semester. Dishwashers
TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 7-31-13-12 watch videos: Free Parking Gainesville 2200, GEO 2201, GLY 1000, MGF 1202, cooks, waitresses. Experience
Get conlld.ntialtesllng and treatment at Blood Plasma Center. Est. 1969. PSY 2013, PUR 3000, RTV 3000, SOP required, No phone calls. Apply between
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881, 8- TREE CITY CONCEPTSAn STA STA need 3:00-5:00: : Mon-Thur. Must be 21 or.older.
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laser print, good rates. Custom serv. 2010 CHM 2041 CHM 2046, and OMB

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Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Typing *. Typsetting ** Resumes SKEETERS now hiring experiencedcooks
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Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 3744791. 8-20-25-11 WCS, Inc. 373-9822 today washers. Apply in person at 2601 NW t 13
82015.12 An easy, pick up cashall St. or 2010 SW 34 St. 7-19-6-13 terminals' pc'., buy, sell,
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons that's required Is a plasma donation. We trade, rent ft repair. Great prices QUALITY

boarding woodser facilities TLC for your papers, thesis, diss. Mac 2, pay $15 for your 1 st 4 donations ft special SECRETARY NEEDED CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 8-20-
hay rides parties sales working laser, graphics ability. Call.3739619. 8- bonuses enabling you to earn up to $115 for office work. Job includes answering 25-14
Students accepted. 466-3224 375-8080. a month. Come In today!
2-9-12 phones, filing, computer entry, some
8-20-25-11 t Alpha Plasma Centers bookkeeping. Call ELITE 335-1300.. 7- SUMMER SPECIAL; 75' wash GATOR
1/page, accurate, fast, reliable. Graduate 9 SW 1st St. 19-6-13 GRooMERI I Located next to UniversityPost
Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms. school approved. 11 years exp. Mary Gainesville 378-9204 Office 1618 NW 1st Ave. 7-31-8-14
Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or 372-0706. 7-12-2-12 82023.13
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Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. letter, etc. 8-20-11-12 BIKE SPECIAL
1 1. ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst.LieIns. OFFICE WORK: Part time. Will train.
Mature wanted. Prefer GVL '
Priced for Students! Marty 375- 13 HELP WANTED person resl -
MOVE. 820-21-11 dent. UF Freshman or Soph. Good phone ,
voice and personality a must. Some ,!..-
Hunter Showbarn now accepting students Sales ability. Must work some eveningsand ?
Past UF equestrian coach. Boarding PASTE-UP ARTISTS weekends. Call Marc at 377-0081. .
working students accepted. Farrell Now accepting applications for paste-up 7-17-2-13
artists for Good
Alligator Advertising. experience
Farms 472-3142. 7.31.10.11
for graphlcs/advertlslng/art majors Attention perfect for students M-F 5:30:

HORSE BOARD : Greathouse Farm & or others with similar Interest. 30pm phone sales, hourly wages plus
Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care & Experience preferred' but will train quail. bonus. Friendly atmosphere. After 1 pm.
lied applicants. Flexible hours. Dependability 378-3238. 7244.13
'facilities. 15 min) from UFI Jan 376-7762.
an absolute must. Interview will
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begin July 12; you must be available for SWIMSUIT MODELS
machine shop personalized training July 19-Aug. 8, and be able to figure models, wanted for prof.
last service used by many UF depts For work over break, Aug. 1723. Fill out an photographer's portfolio, no exp. nee, PO
students ft pro I.. Let AC&T help, call application at 1105 W. Univ. Ave, $9-4 pm. Box 24171 Gnsvlle 32602. 7-26-5-13
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A CAREER CHANGE? GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI STUDY ABROAD 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 5 yra of
Unrivalled opportunity In service Industries FOUND: Small light brown female
1800 Gun Inventory College credit. University of Salamanca.Live wkly Fri/Sun but tript Pats ok pkg (rantported puppy
(long distance, travel merchandisecatalogi Over GMG trans 336-7026/305-266- with collar & leash attached Appro 3
500 handguns In stock w/Spanlsh family Academic -
). Explosive growth California programs 3788.20.15.11 moo old In Oxford Manor apta Call 378-
Trade available Free Bro-
Buy, Sell Repair year-round.
requires 5 energetic representatives 4827. 7-19-320
company Reloading Supplies 466-3340 chure. CONTACT: BSA 2802 E.
who have entrepreneurial spirit and Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer Madison, Suit "160 Seattle, WA 98112. Offer ride to South California All expenaei -
a desire to ba financially Independent FOUND the bed Mexican food north of
have food &
paid
8 mi. South 7211-1"98. 726-10-15 except your person-
of G'vllle on 441 ((206))
while continuing their atudlai. Call ALSO ala For more Info call Jackie 336-3909 the border! It'a right here In Gainesville ftthey
Mlcha.1377.1115.. f893038. 7.122.14SALES INDOOR PISTOL RANGE 7-19-4-18 deliver EL TORO TO GO. 1203 SW16lhAve.
HANDICAP FACILITIES 50% off aerobic wear saletights, tops, 374-8100.' 8-7-10-20
89-24-15 tanks, briefs, Selection Includes Items for
OPPORTUNITY. Learn how a Need ride to Chicago or St Louis around
ladies ft menl! EZ Tennis 372-2257 34 St.
old college student made $7 million Lost one dark brown leather wallet with
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28yr Aug 8 Will pay Call Michel 3348852.
Prlcebuster Pit. 8-915-15
In 3yra with N.S.A.. Tu, July 17, 3 shoe sale- ladle and menl) Barbados I I.D. card between 2nd Ave SW
& 7:30: p.m. Rails Union 8.72 Mike Tennis, running, cro..tr.lnlng-lIr.at selection and 22nd Ave SW along 441. 373.0179
p.m. 7-17-2-14 from $29. EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza .FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC 19 PETS 7-12-2-10'
336-6939. 89-15-15 Serving UF Since 1977

Most Insurance accepted Ferratal Cute fluffy baby ferret All col- FOUND: Gold chain w/ charm outside
15 PERSONALS Dear Kathy, 2 blocks from UF 1107, SW 2 Ave ora Very gentle $50 and up 335-6627. Dauer Hall, call to ID 338.0941, 7.12.2-20
It was great to see you at Let'a Cat Phys Dr. Steven Schargel'
Vuarnat/Carrara/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great ical. That's cool that you can get one 373-7070 PLEASE HELP need home for playful FOUND piece of jewelry 334-6449.. 7-
prlces-reg or rx sunglass The Optical year free membership for signing a year 8-20-21-15 greyhound Male, black 1 1/2 yri Needs ,18320
Laboratory 376-5583. 618 SW 4 Ava. 1 lease) at The Frederick. One.bedrm. Force w/yard to play. Call for Info; 377.

block from Ala Gan. 8-20-25-15 starts at $300. Call 372-7555.. 16 CONNECTIONSFAST 5192. 7-17-4-19 FOUND: Puppy/small dog looks like a
Sally golden retriever/mix found in Oxford
Natural Foods and Vitamins 7-17-16-15 Boa Constrictor, 4 1/2 ft, very tame, vivid Manor. 378.4827. 7-12-1-20
Birkenitock Sandal CASH FOR FAST TIMES markings, w/tank. i50/obo Call Paul

Sunflower Health Foods Sal on ladies' tennis clothingshorts, Best Jewelry ft Loan 371-GEMS. 378-13511.'t.r' 6pm 7-24-4-19 FOUND: Woman's watch in Tigert Hall "

87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 shirts, skirt 25% off! Great selection- 8-20-10-18 parking lot week of July 3. Call Alma to ID
82025-15 Tennis 34 St Plaza 372-2257. 8915-15 FREEl! Adorable little kitten to good 3922183. 7-19320
EYE EXAMS, c contact lenses, eye diseasetreatment. home Please call 338.1087. 7-17-2-19'

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SPORTSMcClendon






I I rushes into spotlightBy I Strawberry,



REGGIE GRANT Rickey look

Alligator Writer .,.. 9C r'yvANV yd
Willie McClendon recalls his first

touchdown in high school as if it happened
yesterday.It for 1st ,MVPSome

was during a pre-season jamboree in
his sophomore year at University Chris-
tian High in Jacksonville. 44 day George Foreman will lose. The
UF basketball team will win. The White
McClendon lined up as the right-side Student
split-back. The play was a sweep left and Union will disappear..

,r' the quarterback pitched the ball to McC- These things make sense. Maybe the powers

lendon. t of baseball will add to the MVP award the
"The next thing I knew I was in the l' s MVP-DRT Most Valuable Player Despite

(defensive) secondary heading for the Rotten Team award. That, too, would make
end zone," McClendon said. sense.

Five years, a high school state championship Maybe then the Cecil Fielders and the Lenny
and several thousand yards later, Dykstras of the world won't have to break
McClendon is probably this season's No. 30-year-old 'records or top "untouchable"

1 running back for UF. marks before getting consideration for

UF's most prolific running back,former baseball's most cherished individual award.
three-year starter Emmitt Smith, was
But until that who is this frustrated
happens,
picked by the Dallas Cowboys in the
first-round of last year's NFL draft. bleacher bum to buck the'system? With that
in mind, here's one guy's mid-season prefer
After "tremendous competition" in the
for MVP.
spring between McClendon and Errict ences

Rhett for the starting position, running
back coach Carl Franks said McClendonis -0. Gregg Day el

slated for Smith's old job. BLEACHER

Said UF head coach Steve Spurrier: ': BUMUnless

"Willie McClendon has the talent to be j ',,",
one of the best backs in the nation."
he tops 50 home runs, the Tigers'
McClendon has played football since
Fielder will not be the MVP of the American
he was eight years old, always as a run
To Cecil Fielder all 28 home
ning back."I League. repeat, -
runs and 75 RBI's worth- probably won't be
really didn't think about playing college ,
the American League's MVP.
ball until about my eleventhgradeyear.
It didn't hit me until then," McC- As Detroit sinks to the basement of the AL

lendon said. "Up until then, I'd always. East, so do Fielder's chances.

played because I loved to play." REGGIE GRAM -ALUuAiuH Oakland should rid itself'of the pesky White

McClendon led University Christian to After two years in Emmitt Smith's shadow, UF junior Willie McClendon is Sox and make a run at'a second straight world

a state championship as a senior and looking forward to casting his own as the Gators' starting tailback.can't championship. Translation,. alphabetsoupstyle
never rushed for fewer than 100 yards in
the most valuable A could win MVP
wait. I've been forward to the "
looking one back (offense), Franks said. "He
of his 33 breaking the
any prep games of the ALRickey
honors
record held by Emmitt Smith. this for two years. Now I've got my chance can play in the slot, he can play out wide,
prep- and I'm going to do my best. wherever you need him. That's. a luxury Henderson has been that A,sparking
He broke the state record by averaging
k Under Spurrier, a Duke running back he provides." Oakland's attack with some. hefty numbers.
209.5 and amassed
yards a game, 6,912' led the ACC in receptions two of the last The A's proved life without Jose Canseco isn'tso
iushingyards over his high school career, McClendon said he used to be more of
three years. Last year, Duke's Randy bad when the big guy went on the disabled
second best in the state behind Smith. a power runner but now better under
Cuthbert was second in the ACC in rushing list last month. Oakland didn't miss a step.The
"He's far above any back I've ever stands how, and when, to combine his
with 1,023 yards. same probably could not be said if Hendersonwent
coached," said Robby Pruitt, power with finesse, something he developed
the
McClendon is looking forward to catching on shell
McClendon's coach. at University Chris- by watching Smith.
the ball next year.The first touchdownof The A's left fielder is having a career year

tian.The National High School Recruiting his college career came at Tampa Stadium "I've learned a lot from him since I've that could culminate with his first-ever MVP

Service rated McClendon one of the top when he caught a 19-yard. pass been here," McClendon said. "You've award. After years of being overshadowed by

15 backs in the country and he was re- against Mississippi State. seen'him run, he's fascinating to watch. the likes of Don Mattingly and Dave Winfield

cruited heavily by Nebraska, Alabama "I can catch the ball.he said.wntank He's a great one." in New York, and Canseco at Oakland, Hen-
,:J and Georgia. McClendon said he chose the Lord for that. He gave me goodhands. -derson leads the AL in batting at .336, and is
UF mainly because of its location. ." McClendon said Smith gave him advice on pace to hit 35 homers, steal 80 bases and
before he left.
McClendon said he regretted comingto As a sophomore, McClendon fumbled score 130 runs.Philadelphia's. '

UF at first because he was stuck behind four'times in three games. But Franks "He told me, 'When you don't have to Dykstra could join Fielder in.
Smith, but "in the long run it worked out said McClendon held onto the, ball in' take a hit,'don't take one.'He said,'If the some'off-season group therapy for the underappreciated.

better for me because I'm getting my shot spring practice and isn't worried. out of bounds is there and you can't go Dykstra, the majors' leading hit

now. "Willie has the size and the speed and any further and another guy is there, step ter since week one,has flirted with the magical
"I'm looking forward to (next year). I all the ingredients that you look for to play ,out. You'll last longer.'" .400 barrier.; But he has done it for the fourth-
place Phillies. End of MVP talk;


I .UF's. Kruger coaches North to silver medal pitching replaced The Mets staffs Davey have to pieces shredded,Johnson since National Bud as manager.Harrelson League:


Harrelson's the reason, right? Not exactly.
UF basketball coach Lon Kruger led the winning margin., DeVoe is one of five finalists for the head '
North squad to a silver medal at this week's Damon Bailey,who will be a freshman at coaching'job at Florida International the It's no coincidence that Daryl StrawberrY'soffensive

Olympl.: Festival The South, paced by Indiana this fall, hit a three-pointer with 17, university: said.. explosion has paralleled New York'sclimb
: \LSU's Shaquille O'Neal, beat the, North seconds left to,give the North a 120-119 The other candidates-are Bob Weltlich up the NL East ladder.;,Over the last two

I w.' 121-120 in the final seconds of the gold- lead. He led all l scorers with 25 points; who coached
medal game Tuesday night. Kruger was, impressed {O'Neal, who' Drake's Gary Garner;Ashland University'sKeith !
rset;, Festival game and tournament records Dambrot; and Cesar Odio of Miami- ,After a cool '
I erupted In June and into July
for both:points and blocks. He said the Dade,Community; College's south campus.: stayed that way
with 17 homers and 42 RBI'sover, a 38-game
7-footer would have been the'first center1
AROUND 'DeV e- coached UF,to 8'7-21 mark in 'stretch. Forth; *'y ar*.be'.*at.307;: ;with 21 i
taken' in the 1990 NBA draft had he made
SPORTS >himself eligible 0Neal! is 18 old. 1989-90 after 11 seasons at Tennesse, He's homers and 56 Mrs::Unless"he folds...;.you're, l .
,< -.T" years looking'to"replace'Rich Walker, who'left looking at t the 1990 MVP ,* 1

Missouri's'Travis Ford hit a driving J layI -. DeVoe a finalist for FIU Job, FIU after,nine years for an assistant's job. Fielder and Dykstra will just have to settle i

up with seven'seconds, remaining for the. .Former UF interim basketball coacKDon. .at Jowa.. '4 for$14 million over four years.:Sigh.

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the independent florida Pubo.hid by Combo,.Cemumaion. n, ai GaIrnsv'I. F10,da THURSDAY. JULY12,1990 Report on Baby Gator dispels many complaints By DEME CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer A review committee found only minor flaws in UF', daycare center in a report released Tesday, despite accusations from some parents and teachers against the center's policies and its director. Complaints against Baby Gator Nursery and its director, Tom logan, ranged from unfair hiring and firing practices and failure to mandate accident reports to racial and sexist remarks and misappropriation of money. In a report written by the committee, the 30 people interviewed were"satisfied orvery satisfied with the service given to their children at Baby Gator." The report showed that no one who was interviewed knew first-hand of any abuse, misappropriation of money or violations of state laws by the staff or director. 'The committee was created by the Student Services office to review discrepancies in the center's policies and was set up before the complaints were made public, said Student Services Assistant Dean Michael Roll, who headed the committee. But the committee did find that some complaints were true, including various staff conflicts and differences between the nursery's three classrooms. "This polarization of the staff and the parents has led to misunderstandings and jealousy between the classrooms," the report states. "What is potentially a healthy competition has become a negative factor in developing an environment of distrust, jealousy and lack of cooperation among the classrooms and staff of Baby Gator." Committee members devised a list of 12 recommendations that called for a need for consistency among the center's three sections in their "day-to-day" operations and more communication among staff members. Thecenter, which caresfor more than 100 children of students and faculty members, is under the jurisdiction of the Student Atfain office and receives $215,000 from UF each year. Student Services Dean James Scott, who received the report, said Wednesday that although the center has some definite administrative problems that need attention, the overall report was favorable to the center. "I was pleased that the majority of people involved seem to feel that Baby Gator is an outstanding program, Scott said. Uxgan, who took the brunt of parental and staff criticism, said the report concluded what he knew all along -the center is well-run, but it needs some administrative changes. logan said he's going to follow the committee's recommendations, which include making the centers more unified, calling more staff meetings and moving a few teachers to different parts of the center each year. He said the report confirmed his own suspicions that the basis of the many complaints were personal and not accurate. "They were emotionally laden issues, not real ones" Mid-Florida drops request to clean soil By RONALD DUPOT Aigator Witer A North Central Florida cat litter company has withdrawn Its state permit application for a procedure residents said was emitting dangema. levels of lead that killed horses and affected children. But residents sl the figit Is not over lnstuse the company Is mining a Area of land that a state military historian said contains an ancesltburialsttend an 1i6 fort S to rida Mining announced Tia it no longer wanted a pert Snigein the state Depertment of Eapmal Rgiulaon hI build as mrner, a macbifne that dleas contaminaled Sar. 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Oge have always maintained that If the praffing conventional wisdom In Marion County did not acead see thenecessity of the Afterburner, than we would not Install the afterburner, even If legally Slo Perwa, page 4 2 students die In crash TwoUFetueswimb amng fear beenaera ktd when the Mustang they were driving ulaumwd ta a Walt Disney World bus early Thusd mornlef in -ailfehsaista. UIF ophomore Gabe Dane 18' aid Incoming 'The -.I6* l Ta e trfi. a a mmenkwus poibotbsb^A on Lake Buena Vista Drive, south of Orlando. 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Defense attorney Stephen Bernstein claimed Hansen was legally Foruor UF graduate Student insane atthe time of lnmura's mur Joa PaW Hana who taM the der, but Hansen denied that plea coatbhwasotaWedkpIle In a ag letter addressed to pn tkela5Ld cCircuit Judge Robert P. Cts, be, wambem sdt I do sot. flat Iam hisaehe wrift bAs I eN beita whea inA conaimed et hr (Gus Bened smftd Anfl' M E fle, a -41. hI. revestl t ttnbmSmet T a1misa who ut Iueoct I wasban.P end a nancy sea. &m mid alt 'qeM~ d'setora smmitee chabonst. and sied n the m seda lmuwet aws rnspoilM fir supe prmhm, I have he plais to reconpilsg s ,AfmEh Hoes w r* Hansen wrote that he r.g.etted causing -n much pain to limurf' family and that he was "ultimately responsiblefor that end of the Irng edy." He also cited a pre-nnteocing investlalo that Bernt liidated to give Catms a bettw view of Hawsers dwindler thnriag inter. diews wit his kiM s and assci'lhopmdtNdhdnb -pft U. shbe hat I aauld -rar hai s peSe db Pan s. 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2. AUJGAIORThURSDAY, JULY 12 9!0 COLLEGE NEWS J UG to require drug tests All prospective employees at the University Georgia will be required to take a pre-employment drug-screeming test, which may cost the university 50,000 to $600,000 this year the new state law, including both partandfull-time employees, went into effect Sunday No state agency will be allowed to pass the cost -estimated at $50 a test -on to potential employees. Officials say it is too early to determine if the law will have any effect on hiring part-time student help or if it will be more difficult to hire professors from out of state. Li Skateboarders ride the edge at PSU Skateboarders at Penn State University arecausing havoc on school property, and officials are threatenIng legal action University police have been warning skateboarders about the hazards and property damage resulting from skating in pedestrian areas. But "the days of warnings will soon be over," said Jack Ungenfelter, grounds supervisor for the Office of Physical Plant Skateboarders have been damaging the wooden slats on benches. In the past four weeks, five benches in the plaza were completely destroyed and replaced Others have been repaired, at a total cost of $3.550 -AWQATOR STAFF REPO T WHAT'S HAPPENING Big cats: The Panther Action coalition will hold a rally Thursday afternoon at the Gainesville Hilton at 5 45 The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service also will hold a public information meeting at 7 p.m. Call 377-6298 or 495-9203. DIv. news: The UF Scuba Club will meet at the Florida Pool Thursday night at 6 to collect trip deposits and have a panel discussion on equipment Call David Green, 335-4313 Player's Sports Club IrIe.'' IbO$ tW In -$2.17 DAILY LUNCH -CAMPUS SPECIAL. volume 83 International summIt: International students are meeting for a soc6l Friday night at 6:30 at the St Augustine Church student center. Call Benjamin. 377-8419 to R.S.V.P. Fan with calcslatons: Students registered for Summer B who want to take MAC 3233, MAC 3311 or MAC 3472 in the fall must take the calculus placement test July 16 at 7'30 p.m. in Carleton Audit Bring identification and a No cil. Call 392-0281. orium 2 penV2 PRICE SPECIALS Folk dancIng:The B'nai B'rith Hit le Foundation will have Israeli folk dancing Thursday night at 8-30 at 16 NW 18th St Everyone is welcome, Call 372-2900 En 0.1r4: Beginning Thursday, the OF Fencing Club will host a free. four-week fencing minicourse in the O'Connell Center Room 1306. The mini-course will be held Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7 to 8 for UF students and faculty Call Chris, 332-9723. number 166 0the independent Florid. Not offlcmilly associated Wa lait, of Flurig a t o r As, Inc of Gamuevili., FL Edeo, Jdy A Pluson MADee. .ism eus Managmg Eder TuyButanm, Apsa.En Jeswerm e. Photo EdCmoE MW Slodd. blnw Eda O C00 u*w, M.O Cumamla Options Eae S 0 C~na Liwi. -Tho S"b nset .unm .oer oaaNa.-.hm. Copy 0et.~ia Mdmsanaytha. 0bply Advnin IIl 2-4 C.ie *dwnef f.lru Atnuiliicg tire. PSM ~lCamey VbCiI.ld &.vevi.q .t. .M Ssu. e"~ft MT Wi. inter CooedWt Cwien L **aiet. -Maaw.,.,,a, .., .am.07 same~simelsiss Aswa~~lauge~ang -...samosi Son -O0gt mlr O1y Aguo" *,.dUl ier CMt .Da Twot. A.POe, JnnEdwd. Amnd.Emblo ErIeM.Fr.m A.m&A. dmsadail RaC.1 Pad Civeb. 1. Stmt AemA& .4. .w.* w a. ,. -A. s~hu JM -Ase t.Ram ..-. Gonwrumanmgpr C E & Gn 3mu ~a Conalker .,.a. .Psvitimucama .ek. Am a nt.a it i a -...W 09. -.*.ManSwr .,,. .J. Ca ae. d1rn AesAs. B fl'dti. se. .n ma Mt.1 Pfinu pesa.' by 9ialW' I*Ulsahalmman a ta-fi ha MlI.g, undms m. 21 Nfl OSS. h. P.O. -4W. "t Ft. .S. a. Md r .m 0 Pad wmc .......s .I. .......a t .,. ..... FdVwr na. .... FiAp.a. rI. b O nae I -Ia -IfCai.-S -fl w -S % S c.neaasa ISN'T IT HOT? I COOL OFF ON THE MILL'S PATIO CELEBRATION HOUR 4 -7 PM LIVE MUSIC WEDS -SAT NIGHTLY DRINK SfECIALS NO COVENI ON THE PATIO: THURS MKER BOKtiAS FRI -LARRY NEWCOMB SAT -MIEE BROOKS 9 -CLOSE 6701 Uas ry Ud OAM MAL PLAZA 61-0110 WANTED MUSICIANS TO PERFORM ON OPEN MIKE NIGHT FIRST 5 TO SIGN UP GET TO PERFORM ---Final Summer Clearance 50 to 60% OFF Everything In Stockill RODERICK'S bsbMfihd 1978 classic Ciotbing For the Young tde al Creeksde Mail 3501 SW 2nd Ave ours 10-6 Monday to Saturday 377-0902 FLEAS buging you? Get help. Call Phone -373-3642 CHATli WOWESNOP I 609 W. univ. 6-7204 ISSN 0889-2423 -I.-. --.1 --. -m S GET A CUERVO QOLDT" MONUMENTAL MARGARITA FOR GOO -I Ga-O H I .L -WE A. q

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THURSDAY.1JuLY 12, I99.AJGATOR,3 Notestein runs for city seat By MATTNEW SAUER Alligator Writer Former County Commissioner Jim Notestein announced his candidacy Wednesday for the City Commission seat vacated by Cynthia Chestnut, and asked for more UF student involvement in city government and the elections process. Notestein, 46, a graduate of UF who earned his master's degree in architecture, served on the County Commission for one term before being defeated by George Dekle in 1988. Chestnut announced June 28 she was leaving the City Commission to challenge State Rep. Sid Martin for the District 24 House seat, Notestein said he wants to see more students get involved in local politics for the benefit of both the city and students education. 'Diere's a lot of potential help that students can give the city and, in return, students can work such experience into their educational curriculum," Notestein said. He mid he would like to see more students serve on the city's advisory boards and hopes to change city policy to allow students to vote on measures rather than just serving an observers. Notestein was often the voice of environmentalists, along with Penny Wheat on the County Commission, and said he plans to continue such activism if elected to the Distr"'2 city seat, which includes most of Northwest Gijenille and parts of Northeast Gainesville west of te Duck Pond. Notestein also edits FACT magazine, the newsletter of Friends of Alachua County, an advocacy group that monitor, local government and environ. mental issues. One of Notestein's main campaign issues isa firm stand against the proposed consolidation of county and city government that will appear on the Sept. 4 ballot -the same ballot that will decide Notestein's election. "Students have until Aug. 6 to register to vote or change their current registration, and I'd like to see more of them come out and oppose consolidation," he said. "The city of Gainesville is in danger of being destroyed and students need to get involved." Ex-student tries for state House By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer Former UF and Santa Fe Community College student LaMonte White is once again pursuing a political career -this time he's running for a seat in Florida's state Legislature White, 26, is vying for the District 23 House seat nomination against City Commissioner Cynthia Chestnut and Interlachen businessman Larry Harvey Incumbent Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne, is in his eighth term and has not yet announced whether he will run again. White said his dedication toward student issues will propel him toward the Democratic nomination. UF, which falls in District 23, will be one of White's top priorities, he said. "The interests of students will takeafar, far higherconcern with me than any of the other legislators," White said. White said he plans to raise the qualifying fee, $1,353, by the July 20 deadline to gain a ballot posi. ion White started to run for a seat in the U S House of Representatives in Apnl, but did not get his name on the ballot because he didn't have the qualifying fee and could not raise enough student signatures in time for the deadline. The signatures would have eliminated the need for the fee. White acknowledged that Chestnut probably will be his toughest competitor because she's a "good vote-getter" But White said Chestnut doesn't have the amount of student support he has. Chestnut could not be reached for comment. If White wins the seat, he said he wants to expand the use of state lottery money for educational needs. White also said he doesn't support the reasons for this year's tuition increases -10 percent in-state and 20 percent out-of-state -because legislators only increased tuition to cover Florida's budget deficit "'They're penalizing students just to cover their deficit," White said. SG to repair pavilion despite 'money pinch' By CARRiS come from the lake's maintenance budget -not from SG. ligator Writer "in this monetary crisis, because reAfter a 45-minute debate, student sewnserves are low, we need to make sure atom decided to spend $5,000 to repair a that (other groups) have money for spepavilion at Lake Wauburg, even though cial requests," Holley said. some senators said Student Government Lake Wauburg director Paul Jones told is in a 'money pinch" this year and must senators at Tuesday night's Senate meetconseV. ing that the lake used most of its mainSenators also are giving $19,000 to tenance money last year. Jones told buildwalkwaysfordisabledpeopleatthe senators if they decided not to spend lake, but Sen. Zan. Holley said the addisee M y, page 5 tional money for the pavilion should WSU officials to appear on 'Oprah Winfrey' today By mme SEf E Aligator Stn Wdtr UPs much-debated White Student Union soon will gain national attention when group officials appear on the nationally syndicated 4Oprah Winfrey WSU's President Mark Wright and Vice President Steve McCormick said they wee contacted by the show's pro d4 r two weeks ago and flow, to Chicao that same day for taping. They were -sifrcipn on an eight-member panel -fa whites against Affirmative Action and fhur blacks Inapport of It -and dkamoed Aflirialive Action laws and cwms raCden. TIu Show wil mn today at 4 pm. on W 7V 20 ad at 5 pm. on WJXT TV 4. Wright said appearing on national tIlevision will give the group more attention, and WSU probably will get more requests for information on how to start similar groups. Wright said he already receives an avenge of one call each week from peoplerequesfinginfonation and acopy of the group's constitution. McCormick called the crowd ranmbunctious and hostile" and said he and Wright wereconsistently threatened dur, 'ig the taping. During commercial breaks, audience members were waving angry fits and shouting at them, he said. After the show, Winfry's bodyguards had to block threteing audience men bern frm getting too close to them, McCormlck added, "We wenm under Such pressul. it's sMe OpsA, page 5 UF mphicWfl CIWon OSwlbtS, 20, Oldhs his bike In kint of Gaingeuile Ganern Townhasm lifhe We aflternon oun.

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4 A WLJJC UI TH URSDAYNJl Y 12, t 9 ELSEWHERE Leaders end economic conference HOUSYON (1II1l) -The leaders of the world's seven most powerful democracies ended the l6th annual Economic Summit embracing a unily It purpose. ii not policy, on trade reform, aid to the Soviet Union and protecting the environment In their final communique, the government chiefs addressed the political and economic realities of the dawning post-Cold War era and celebrated "the renaissance of democracy" around the world The summit-concluding joint statement put the leaders in strong support of Mikhail Gorbachev and his ambitious campaign to remake the Soviet Union. "[he success of perestroika depends upon the determined pursuit and development of these reform efforts," the leaders declared. At the same time, as expected, there was no firm promise of coordinated Western financial aid. But the door was left open for each country to go its own way in efforts to bolster the crippled Soviet economy "We all believe that technical assistance should be provided now to help the Soviet Union," President Bush said in formally presenting the document in his role as summit host In an obvious reference to West Germany, he contrued, Some counties are already in a position to extend large scale financial credits" Summarizing the 84-point. I&page document, Bush hailed the advance of freedom through Eastern Europe, applauded Gorbachev's efforts toward "a sus. larned economic dialogue with the West," and reiterated the leaders' common concerns about battling illegal drugs and threats to the planet Compromise was struck among the leaders on the question of agricultural subsidieswhich hasbeen the key hangup in global trade talks slated for completion by December, although it fell short of U S demands for their elimination. The leaders pledged to "take the difficult political decisions necessary" to wind up the current round of trade talks by the end of the year and, under pressure from the United States, committed to "substantial, progressive reductions" in the farm subsidies. Despite Bush's failure to win European support for a promise to abolish subsidies, U.S. officials asserted the language in the communique was tantamount to a commitment to their elimination. One U.S. official conceded thefinal compromisedid not go "as far as we would have liked." Union leaders call for end to violence MANAGUA, Nicaragua (UPI) -Sandmista union leaders called Wednesday on thousands of striking workers to lift barricades and stop violence in Managua after the government apparently agreed to negotiate with the Sandinistas. The call to end the bloodshed came on the third day of heavy fighting that left six people dead and more than 150mIntured. according to hospital and police officials Union officials said government ministers were expected to hold a negotiating session later Wednesday with union leaders. A spokeswoman for President Violeta Chamorro said she could "neither confirm or deny" that such a meeting was planned Chamorro called former Sandinista President Daniel Ortega to an emergency meeting late Tuesday to try to resolve the strike and end the violence 'We have been talking with the government," Ortega told United Press International as he entered the meeting. "We are trying to improve things as soon as possible." Lily Soto, spokeswoman for the National Workers Front (FNT), which represents some 400,000 San. dinista workers in government ministries and staterun industries, called on all strikers Wednesday to create conditions that favor the beginning of negotiations, permit the free circulation of citizens and vehiclesand obey the ordersof the Sandinista police." The call was an apparent concession by the union to bring the government to the negotiating table. The government had previously refused P PERMIT from page 1 and scientifically entitled to do so. he wrote in the letter. Without the permit, the company can continue only its process of drying clay to make cat litter. Despite the lon of the state per. mit, Mid-Florida Mining's involvement with the DER is not over, said DER attorney David Schwartz. The DER has been investigating the company for more than a month HANSEN from io I JudgeCates)on suchacharge.on such a cane, except for one biaerr andfglicincident,"Hansei te. "It Is that Incident, of course, that puts me In front of you. For that, I beer the responsibility and accept the sentenced.' to talk about anything but salary and job-related issues while the union had demanded talks about Chamorro's economic policies and plans to privatize government-run industries. Union officials maintained Wednesday that their agenda for the talks had not changed. The official Sandinista newspaper Barricade said Wednesday, 'vhe people are beginning to resent the effects of the strike and urge the government to negotiate with the workers." The bloodshed Tuesday night was the worst of the strike, which entered its 10th day Wednesday. The main battlefield was in the Ciudad Jardin neighbor hood surrounding the private Radio Corporation. Hundreds of supporters of Chamnorro's National Opposition Union (UNO) gathered in front of the radio station to protect it from being taken over by Sandmistas Among the UNO supporters were armed ex-members of the Contra rebels, who recently completed a disarmament process that ended nine years of civil war against the Sandinistas. "The fighting was between the UNO supporters who were guarding the station and the Sandinista mobs who wanted to take it over," said Alberto Duena., a disc jockey. He said the army and police later showed up and helped usher in calm, but gunfire in the area continued throughout the night. "It was a very tense situation," said Roberto Gomez, who lives across the street from the radio station. "Te Sandinistas were to defend it." and will relesea report next week. The Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission also has begun investigating the company, looking for any criminal misconduct, said LI. Don McMillen. Further, the state's Department of Military Affairs is examining his torical records, claiming the com party is mining an area of land believed to contain Fort Drane, an 1536 fort used by American soldier to fight Indians. Many soldiers and Indians died In his letter. Hansen also asked Cates for psychological help while in prison. According to trial testimony, Hansen believed Kinura was out o ruin his academic career and deny hir his doctorate because his research was outshining the A sokerwons for Bemtstis attacking and the UNO were ready of disease during the mid-180iS and were buried near the fort where Mid-Florida Mining is be lived to be digging, said Robert Hawk, executive assistant with the Department of Military Affairs. Lowell resident Carole Riley, armed with artifacts and old surveys of the area, is the leader in the fight to have the burial sights excavated and the fort pered. -We're going to put premium, pressure, pressure about Fort Drane," she said. office said Hansen plans to appal his conviction, but can no longer afford to pay Bemstein's fee and a public defender will be assigned to the appeal. Cakes sentenced Hansen to an additlonalfouryse'sforarmedburg mo natie sSedtneas his life ssataae hi* IS YOUR GLASS SMASHED? .You say where and we'll b there. Guaranteed-No Leak e S as long as you own your car. M-F 8-5/Sat. 9-1 GLOSs 372-4353 (1313 N. W 4th PL) In plant repair also THE HERD IS HEADING BACK. SAVE 10% ThetNew g Students dtinyn save 10%. Deadline: Wed., Aug 15, fU Runs: Mon., Aig 21w "al nnm ----ai Advertising 8764462

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$2.17 CAMPUS ThURSDAY. JULY 12, 990, AUlIGATOR, 5 Sun mne summer B 6 &"I. $2s s7s s1i A Player's Sports Club ?Mum 531 SW 2nd A" 372-7076 F $20.00 OFF I NIKE All C S MTMAER i'44.88 I (LMW of HIOM TM niea I LLLOYD CLARKE SPORTS 114 g12h ST 327rJ MOVIE U E I I RENTALS I I Rent 1 get 1 Free U U SSidd Standatd U U U 1230 W Univ 377-2646 No Membrshp Required Limit one now release I U Lo 0 0 0 m m Did You Know? by TmaKurri Child support I one of the fia deb flot wch a p.tron can be I ii. fo allure of ha elahinb.,d hisd a good! tb ninen 1Iw I-Nially oted by the c'.t to Ia cild support but h Oince ht he job and the la., who o 'Nd itpo lo e lolicyt Ihouldn 1 the Cotti take It coiwda "ho sengd (rcufnane 'luh to lbar, ot ordr. alidtt der -Mal teahivey in good 1,10t AfIooli ( ice IC) -tal, e a 46 ~e" e "* ,. opbeng e d.potv.lit bainng 14 d--d pMio the b bay d.nd pentol al.thorlly In act o bahe o the deca.d person In many am. I wtse.fi.ke oH he In .utholtel Mull -. p men 01w te ta o de how bei~ S d not (COi* -I mibprei. doAllll Tom Kurr. Attorney Criminal Difsnse DUI 204 W Unr ae l Fn ot (ak) 3754a lB OPRAH from page 3 pretty hard to say how we did," he said. But appearing on a national television show will have some positive effects on WSU's tarnished image, he said. The group's opposers have tried to link it to racist skinhead organizations and the Ku Klux Klan. The group also lost its faculty adviser last month -one of UFs two requirements for group registration -because of the possible racist connections. People now may realize that WSU's arguments against Affirmative Action laws and minorlly scholarship recruitment are common complaints across the country and not just at UF, McCormick said, "I think it is going to cause more legitimacy," he said. "It's not just an isolated incident anymore." DAILY LUNCH SPECIAL l I MONEY from page 3 $5,000 for the pavilion. it wouldn't be available for students' use Senators voted 37-23 in favor of spending the money for the pavilion. Spending S19.000 on ramps for disabled people sparked little debate in the Senate room because Student Body Vice President Kevin Mayeux said the campus should be accessible to all students, 'We need to allow handicapped students to utilize the facilities that all other UF students already have the opportunity to use," Mayeux said. Senators also voted with little argument to give $75,000 to the Career Resource Center for interview cubicles Other issues discussed were the irtrease of racially-motivated hate enmes in the community. MultiCultural Affairs director Marna Weston said all students, not just blacks and Hispanics, arm being earned by "neo-Nazis." "There are people who are active racists in our area that areattacking students" Weston said. Student Body Treasurer David Stern decided to withdrawabill that would require UF's college councils to request money only from the Board of College Councils, not from SG. Stern said he will resubmit his bill along with a "comprehensive finance package" that, if passed, would change finance laws. The BOCC is the umbrella organization that oversees the councils of 19 UF colleges.

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ALUGAIX). 11 IRSDAY. 1 Y 1, 199 OPINIONS Darts & laurels DART to Litchfield Cinema corporate heads for not responding to repeated requests to have former employee Melinda Kraft and several co-workers reinstated. Kraft and the other employees were laid off after Kraft publicly accused former Assistant Manager Lynn W. Nicely of rape and other workers said they were sexually harassed by him. Managers at the local theater have said all comment on the case is lo come from Litchfield's South Carolina corporate offices, but so far the executives haven't had much to say. We can understand the company may not want to get involved in the lawsuit, but to lay off workers because they say they were sexually harassed by their boss is not a proper corporate response to the accusations. And to continue in silence without correcting the mistake only makes the situation worse. We hope Litchfield's immature reaction to Kraft and her co-workers doesn't keep others from telling someone if they have been harassed or assaulted. We'd also like to IAUREL members of Gainesville's National Organization for Women and other city residents who joined in last weekend's protest at Litchfield's Butler Plaza Cinemas. NOW has organized protests outside the theater each week since the employees lost their jobs. It's been three months since the protests began, but we urge the group to keep trying to get the attention of the company and the public. DART to the state of Flonda for keeping the names of natural parents away from adoptees who are over 18. Under current Florida law, the only way for an adoptee to gain access to records that contain their natural parents' names, short of a court order, is to get consent signatures from both the natural and adoptive parents. It's a Catch 22 situation. Adoptees can't see their natural parents' names without their natural parents' signatures. How are adoptees supposed to get their parents' signatures if they don't know their names? Natural parents give up their children for various reasons, including not being able to financially care for the child at the time. That doesn't mean the parent never wants to see the child again. The state should allow adult adoptees access to their records and allow natural parents to make their own decisions about whether they want to see their children. LAUREL to Student Body Vice President Kevin Mayecux for sponsoring a Senate bill that will make Cabinet directors set and keep office hours. The Cabinet includes departments for multicultural affairs, career development and transportation. Mayeux's idea is that the Cabinet should be held accountable to the students and should be available to talk to them on a regular basis. SG's Cabinet is involved in many interesting events, such as campus voter registration drives and Rape Awareness Week. We hope that students unsure about how to get involved in UF use the Cabinet as a way to learn more about the campus and the community. aat r Editor Judy A. Phnkett Managing Editor Tracy Burlingame Opinion Editor M.D. Caein low. s W .21.0. an. .w T as muawr. Nna Ci 65 s4EiS V #0 ets~ -nn .V ew y~ e a. '.n SeS= =as. 9 t waa.y Don't read my lips too carefully Imagine my surprise at discovering that George "Read My Ups" Bush wasn't exactly being straight with the American peoplewhen he got himself elected based on a soilemin pledge to intiat "no new taxes.' Well, why be pole? He wasn't just not being straight" -he was lying. Blatantly and with no ex. cues. And the opinion molders of what's left of our civic culture are going to do their best to disguise this fact. Expect lots of talk among media pundits about Bush's "statesman-like decision" to join in "bipartisan efforts for revenue enhancement" The trust he vio lated with people who gave him their votes will be forgotten. As always. This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. Bush has spent his career as a weasely civil servant crawling his way to the top, and spent part of that career as head of the CIA, a job that doubtless does little to inculcate habits of forthrightness and honesty. He has spent his whole life immersed in a subculture and way of life built around deceit and secrecy -politics. In any relationship based on power, people lie. Underlings lie to their superiors to curry favor and to we their skins by telling them what they think they want to hear. Superiors lie to underlings in order to get them to do their bidding. And when the veneer of democracy is thrown over in the process, everyone in power lies to the voters in order to remain in power by telling them what they want to hear. Bush divined that what the American people wanted to hear in '88 was "no new taxes." So he said it. But anyone who thought for a minute he meant it hasn't lived in a democracy. The poet Robinson Jetfers hit this nail on the head years ago. "That public men publish falsehoods is nothing new -..Be angry at the son for setting if then things anger you." Jeffers was part of a rare breed of literary men In his day, dismayed at watching Right-to-life good deeds go unseen Edto: Las Harris' june 12 letter Oe Brian Doherty S PEAKING OUT theAnencan republicheloved turn intotbeAMencan empire that is all we know today. Today the imperial ambition. of the American government have expanded in scope. Thiegovernment covets more than merely the extension of its hegemony over foreign lands; it wishes also to expand imperially into r'en of our life and culture that once were assumed by Americans to be beyond the government's reach. Our art, the music we listen to. the way we choose to honestly and fairly buy and sell goods -none ar now free of the control and habits of politics, of currying favor hrm the powerful based on pull rather than ability, of kowtowing to the demands of bureaucracy, of doing what we're told The casual falsehoods of public men debase the coinage of civic discourse. The pretense of respect for public offices occupied by brigands and blackguards deadens all our sensibilities towards genuine respect towards what is good and valuable. But it's just politics, jight? Al of us out of grade school know that politics is jost, wll, politicS. A dirty business, but a necessary one, when kept In its place Unfortunately, in these waning days of the American empire, everyone seems to be used to the idea that politics' place is anywhere and everywhere -in the price of farm commodities, in record stores, in at museums Any conceptofaciviccultureaxisting outsidegovernment seems like aquaintantiquity. And when government is everywhere, auy hope of reconiing the ies of a George Bush for what they In! will disappear, n seb is s a .eMnsl-iss asolr. A trip to the Gainesville RighttoU-life office would show Mr. Herris the cribs, layette., car set, and playpsens that this office gives freely to needy new mothers. Granted, thisn.I.6nan,,IA .d t.Il. tu"re." What he doen't know is that many pm-lb1 people do adopt unwanted chidrem, ait sme fln adopt children with particular kinds of Inflfe. criticizing li s GP the costofcrefor d or According to the Family Re notain about the pro-lie ingiethe m at of come for a child. How. erhCueanetmtd2ml mat. ever itcanoffeetsomlogthesrja,s Cae al eased 2 ni cafl wories a intrent woman May Besa di i filu sia *W lHe sq.-Ie pnJMurt'concern face when deciding whether A child ut 14 0.mae Maybe starts at conception and ends at keep her unborn child. Mr. HwifdE a bitmom-e "Ch, blt." Obviously he does not an he W40W 69 mm a* of pro to suaar and an iall aSl Mr. Harris alo. istees, "f lit uk mba. at r tea duds mo Preside people loms45 uare a 1111e door qsiSe pett to mago and contad, they elsU adopt a M VW tein aintmnm who aein aed. wanted children of difrat cin ((#. AND 'so WF APPRQE >Khl r V4-7 mitLoN FOR TH E FD R MEMO)L, AFTER YEARS o TDECIEVIN4 HOWEYO S THE MONEY A' ) CA %J TAT'S W0W LW4 I'VE FEEN a HOMELESS --*1 A 11) M( iof

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Bruce Widis is back as Detectie John McClane to battle international airport lerroresls in Die Hard 2 Die Harder De Hard 2: Dle Harder Oaks Four West, Plaza If Die [lard was the return of the 70N disaster epic, then Die Harder is the return of the '70s airport-disaster epic -a forgotten genre of movies that seemed headed for extinction after being parodied so effectively by Airplane Die Harder may lack the all-star over-the-hill cast of Airport and Airport 75, but it capture; the pi rit of those flicks in all their bombastic glory As you may recall, Bruce Willis played policeman John McClane in Die fiard McClane was just an "average Joe" who rescued his wife and a group of hostages from international terrorists who seized her company's sleek skyscraper on Christmas Eve That's a popular holiday for terrorists because it's Christmas Eve one year later, and a new group of bad guys is at it again McClane heads to Dulles Airport in Washington DC to pick up his wife (Bonnie Bedeiah but her plane happens to be arriving at about the same time as a military aircraft bearing a Norrega-type general He's being extradited to the United States for criminal proceedings Naturally, his loyal men hope to rescue the general by holding the entire airport hostage in an elaborate and complicated plan Dulles is crawling with television crewsand reporters, but theonly extra security seems to be two FBI agents in trench coats who sit patiently in a waiting area and field questions from the press It doesn I take long for McClancr to spot some suspicious activity And why should its The bad guys are easy to spot They walk around with stolid, blind expressions on their faces and treat anyone who gets in their way with icy contempt The ringleader -who's a really bad guy -is seen in his hotel room practicing martial arts in the nude lie's apparently bad and kinky McClane ca oulo of the thugs down I e bowels of the airport But he since the higher-ups tha e men are anything more th petty criminals filching luggage So McClane is on his own again, battling the bad guys in a single-headed fight to the death The plan he's trying to disrupt is nifty enough It involves cutting into the power chords that light the runways and electronically isolating the control tower. The pilots of the planes circling overhead think they are talking to Dulles when they're really being controlled by the terrorists When a airport officials try to warn them about what's happening, they're 'punished" i a brutal way The bad guys tell one of the plans to land, but feed it nformation that makes the pilot think the ground is about 200 feet lower than it actually is Since a snow storm is raging and visibility is severely limited, the plane crashes straight into the ground It becomes increasingly clear that Mc(lane is the last hope As played by Willis, McClane is the main attraction of the movie He's just a regular guy caught up in bizarre circumstances And McClane is no James Bond If he gets punched in the stomach, you can bet it hurts But any humor and realism Wilhs brings to the role is undercut by the silly terrorists who always walk around in a slow and determined fashion At a crucial momin when t y second counts c gnhis henchmen kstandaround d. Lxag ries And the plan isn't so hot either Granted, you're not supposed to think during a movie like Die iarder, but it stretches credibility to think that a burgeoning international incident would be handled solely by airport security and a ten-man unit sent in by the government And yet the plot absolutely hinges on that fact Furthermore, the only reason pilots can be tricked into crashing Center (372-5347) Ford Firlne, Dick Tracy is because ofpoor visibilitydue to a storm -something the ter rorists hardly could have an. ticipated But who caress ?re Harder is no sillier than Die Hard And it's certainly just as good as The Towerrng Inferno and all those other latesin akers If the plan of sp rs continues on ITcan look forward to %n4 in a year or two And since McClanre has already tackled skyscrapers and airports, it will probably involve earthquakes or killer bees or something environmentally hip -like having the ozone layer held hostage by international terrorists with a deadly fluorocarbon machine. You're the only person who can foil their evil plan Be a hero Stay home. BY MICHAEL GILTZ Quick CkqA. (bth open Fri), p3 5o BAROAG MAIWEE ALL SCWS 8EFE S PtM Modaul J Fox -Chnstophr Cloyd BACK TO THE FUfI III (PG) Last Day Today 20N415 ?U9 is ROLLERCOASTER AII A Hold OmI DICK TRACV (PC) DAILY 2,s44671593 ANDREW DICE CLAY FORD $AIAi (K) DAILY 230430130945 ELL IAJARAY QUNCX CHANGE (2) STARTS FRIAY DAILY 2 45 Sie 74 s S5 Find someone special. 'a Advertise in The AfIgaltr ckssiieds. 373-FIND 4w 6' JULY i5. 1In0 3702NEWBERRY RD 3734277 $3.50ALLSHOWS BEFORE 6PU M osm year m.C.aK DOEREJiUA AOERTS PIsTel WOMAN 245 505 72% 045 (tm BiLL COSY is GHOST DAD (PG 10 320 510 7 93 IET SV S WEDDING ix 90los 7 h 9 30 Litchfield (336-0408) Ford Fairltnu (opeis Fri), Bird as a Wire, Days of Thunder, Dick Tracy, Gretnlinas 2: The Nes BAskk )lean.: The Moie, Milo and Otis, Teenage Mutant Nina Trtie, Total Recall Oaks Four West (331-8118) Ghost (opens Fr), Days of Thunder, Die Hard 2. 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This past week the Hotline was open for your comments about anything. No one clued us in on the meaning of life, but your comments were so fascinating we didn't mind. Ronald called bright and early last Thursday morning to let us know about his trip to Ft. Lauderdale and the crystal clear water on the beach. "It was so clear, one could see the barracudas with the naked eye," Ronald explained. He went on to reveal his philosophy on proper beach attire. "Speaking of naked, I don't mind string bikinis on women, but on men I'd rather not," he said. APPLAUSE l the weakly Will called next, and he didn't seem to be in the entrtain"entsuppleft is best of shape. "I'm tired of being held down in the The Mito floes Alligator shadows," he complained. "I wanna' make a state.se Jersy h~Ua anMdk .d=kn .M I ment. I want to be famous. I wanna' do something big. One caller found MC Hammers outfit in his "U Can't Touch This" video confusing. "Is he wearing, like, the bottom half of a chip munk costume?" he asked. "He's got some awfully baggy pants. Talk about not being able to touch it. You can't even get near it." Interesting comments, guys, but Bill's Beastie Boys imitation wins hands down just for it's success. at digging up horrifying memories of rap's lesser days. Oh, by the way, Bill also mentioned some odd dreams he's been having which he attributes to an increase in psychic phenomena. "If this correlates to previous dreams I've been having, we're heading for a supernatural catastrophe of megalypic (?) proportions," Bill warned. Thanks, Bill, we'll consider ourselves duly warned. Since we're on the subject PLAUSE wants you to tell strangest nighttime reverie. with your true coniesson. of dreams, APus about your Call 376-4511 E. Nffi STOCAMD Hiolal center W goes hm ofalt lue &s* in Pll sbUi-et-l4ol1 oluenMak IN AWe of APPLAUSE. Charlie's Bob Gilmore (Thurs). The Crosawvinds Band (Fri, Sat), Bob Gilmore (Wed) [371-80691 Dub', joker's Wild (Thurs, Fri), Julliet and joker's Wild (Sat) 137853591 Einstein A Go Go Human Save50" Ion clor procadag & 4z6 prints Each picturcsthe best it can be orwe reprint it free. now! 4z6 Coor Prito Unil Color Enhggoenu. 1 1. C ascfl --I -Radio (Fri) 11 -904-246-40731 Gathering Lounge The Core 1332-75001 Hardback cafe Malicious Mimes (Thurs), The Tone Unknown (Fri), No 2 and Bumble (Sat), Armari Tues), The Root Doctors (Wed) 1372-62481 Lillians Dela Vu (Thurs-Sat), Beatstreet (Tues, Wed) 137210101 Market Street Pub Don David Trio (Fn), The Florida Bluegrass Boys(Sat) 1377-29271 Metropolis Vicious Rumors (Fr,) [1-904-355-64101 Napolatono's Gary Gordon (Fri, Sat), The Beatstreet Duo (Sun) 1332-66711 Richenbacher's Collage (Thurs), Beatstreet (Fr,. Sat), Inside Out (Wed) 1375-53631 Several Gainesville poets will read at the Hardback Cafe on Thursday at 8 pim, followed by music. The poets will be Russell b est Benjamin, Kathy Freeperson, Jan Swanson, Paul Cohen, Steven Cohen, Jack Halderinan and b ets Joanne Lordahi Admission is free to the public Refreshments may be purchased as well as books from the authors ready for autographing. For more info call The High School Summer Musical Theater class at Buckholz High School will present Sandy Wilson's The Boy Fnend Tuesday and Wed. neday .t p.m. at the Buckholz High School auditorium The musical is about Polly Browne and other "perfect young ladies" at a finishing school in 1920's France whose ambition is to marry rich husbands Tickets may be purchased at the door-53 for adults and $2 for children under 12 Call 336-2702 for more info. The Gainesville Artisan's Guild's Wearable Art Group Show is currently running through July 31 During the month several of the Artisan's Guild's fiber artists will present works featuring pieced and woven garments as well as batiked and painted silk scarves, kimonos and blouses. The Gainesville Artisan's Guild is located at 806 W. University Ave. and is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to s:30 p.m. For more info call 378-1383 DISCOUNT CRUISES 7 DAYS FROM $85 P.P 25 -Dee.13 C=(ON) 3#9-100 Dorothy's Travel Profession.ala is" W 411 80. ~a~s1I 00"061 -47tM 1 $20.00 OFF S-a II $7,6ao sqg A iigator S ar.jm S .9.9.00r.s -1 vertising 3 o 1110011 1o1s on. c Canpuson 131hs1i LLOYD CLARKE Sa-. $Thtfl 3I111.11 130151 -i l2w ~ __h I~~~~ I s5 .hl ---

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KEEPING BEAT WITH THE HEAT byjeremy helligar July 7, 1990, may go down in hstory as the day of Gainesville's small-scale version of Woodstock. Several hundred music lovers gathered under the blistering Florida sun at the UF Bandshell to enjoy the mghts and sounds of the last big event of Summerfest 1990. The big band event, which was co-spon Mired by the Reiti Union Program ( Ounil, Inter Residence Hall Association and Student Government, was the vision of Alex [).mdowski, the voice behind Henrietta's I mers, one ot the featured bands Alex saYs the idea began as a joke about his band one day playing at the Bandshell Saturday afternoon that joke bIeame a reality for Henretta's Lovers and five other local bands The audience was nothing like the crowd at Sun Splash or the Bad English concert, but then reggae music will draw massive crowds even in the pouring rain and Bad English did have cooler weather on its side No blistering sun to battle Music lovers and sunshine lovers alike poured (or maybe dripped) onto the Bandshell, although not in Woodstockmassos, to hear some of the music that Gaines'le ha to offer And If the band% weren't exactly awe-inspiring, the crooning of R F M and the Indigo Girls tilled the space between acts Not live, though Smnan Bane hit the stage at noon for what was to be the two-year-old band's first Gainesville performance What A ple t make your Gaineville debut' On the very same stage previouslv graced by the likes of The 3-52's and 1 he 'svchedelis Fur Actually, Sinan Bane was added to the list of performers only after N Dolphin had to canccl because of another commit+ ment At least one Sinan Bane member thought it would have been more enjoyable if the BLAZING crowd was larger, although it Swmef was great to look over 'the hill." 'It would have been nice if it had been illed with heads instead of grass," he said But, of course, at noon on Saturday, when it's close to 100 degrees outside, 95 percent of the town is probably in the middle of sleeping through a nasty hangover. When Bumble took center stage a little after I p m "the hill" was still more filled PH01VO BY E ANN STOODARD ON A SUNNY AFTERNOON: Only the truly dedicated focal band fanatics shoed up for the seltening ist finale. Most chose to hide from the sun even if t meant being away from ihe action. with grass than with heads, but by now those heads were dancing The band ripped through a '70s-funk version ol I'ump Up the Jam," adding a little more heat to an already scorching day The rest of the afternoon was simply anti-climatic As if Bumble's music wasn't entertainment enough, dread-locked drummer Rusty Valentine broke his bass pedal in true rock-maniac fashion The crowd's en thusiasm was never again quite the same "I saw Bumble, and ['ve never seen a drummer break a tass pedal like that before," Ted Ballard, a liberal arts student, said later about the incident. "Talk about pouring your soul out.' Gainesville Health & Fitness Center Gainesville Health & Fitness Center hai been chosen one of the top 20 fitness centers in Ameinca by Frice Waterhouse. But you shouldn't be surprised. For over 14 years weve worked hard to continually provide the finest in weight training, cardiovascular health, and progress. cive leadership in the health & fitness field. And with the addition of our -ew seinar center, our new fret weight roe'm, and new eardiovaseular equipment the fiutur looks even brighter. Memberships are as little as $19.95 a month. Call today for your fee visit, Westgat. Regency Meni& Women 377-4955 Thorniebrook Village Women Only 374-4634 One Of America's Top Fitness Centers Is Getting Better Ile *Wd sa A 9 9Fy g 1990

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CRAZY FROM THE HEAT: Hemie Ea's Lovers one of six batdi tat played at the UF Bvadlhef Sauroy, sarmnade the acodt After a riotous hour of Bumble funk, What Anne Likes set up house for an hour on the Bandshell stage. During that time the sun's energy peaked. Dogs panted uncontrollably as people ran for shelter under the shade of a tree. The dancing heads disappeared for good. Subject appeared on stage a little after three to deliver about an hour of minor-key musings The crowd seemed pleased Several people nodded their approval. The drummer and the bassist probably never noticed because they spent most of the time looking down, but singerjack did a respectable job of looking the audience straight in the eye. If only those people roaming the stage during Sublect's hour in the spotlight hadn't been so distracting As Subject played its final notes, the sun began to retreat behind the clouds. Moments after the sun's escape from the crowd's contempt, Henrietta's Lovers' hourof glory began And they loved every minute of it A shirtless Alex Davidowski made a few noble attempts to be theatrical His Bob Goldthwait vocal style on "Cat's Eye" scared the hell out of this listener Seriousness was definitely not the word of the day After "one last song," that somehow became two songs that seemed like three, the Lovers turned the stage over to the real stars of the day, The Tone Unknown Theatrical took on a new meaning During the first song, the band's singer Henry Puertas ran circles around the stage, sometimes taking short breaks to jump up and down. Trent Snider's mid-song jig was equally enteiaming And in true star fashion, Henry sat on a monitor to deliver a few lines. No, neither Hendrix nor the Dead ever showed, but the audience didn't really seem to mind. Although the crowd never quite reached the life-endangering-stampede level, those who came liked what they saw. "It's totally fantastic to be in the absorbing it all," Ballard (Remember Bumble commentary?) said. "My ears alive." sun his are CAMPUS After 3pm WI.Lw t.nl *Ia34h U111 NWfl t opn-L 4a4~ FiI!.111 simile *WILD HAIRS Laura is backit unisex $5 Haircut $20 Perm (Curly or Body): $18 Hi-Lites $35 Spiral Perm *$18Color *$3 Beards it S 40 Bleach Out Walk-in Welcome *Open M-Sat. 10-6 pm -?L4 i G&Wo slam -13th A units. 0%b OFF NEXXUS TARGET COPYMLs 22NW 131t4 it GasmvsIa. Flnda 3201 (rs') 37ismas FAX 3fl-2552 MORE Framing Specials bo Cheuw.s Custom Fram. Shop 1/2 PRICE! RIGHT NOW! Patrick Nagr Prnts a ftfll.e tn's. 25% OFF rownumoaoom In fts.ar.I -ww DOWNTOWN DNLY 5ftl0eaee II tWNSWS inei ApowpwmV4V ATTENTION ALLIGATOR ADVERTISERS -r Wednesday, July 25, 1990 by 4:00 pm is the Deadline to place a Classified ad in the New Student Edition, published on Monday, August 20. Classifieds 376-4446

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Tone Unknown's Rob Is, Robert M. and Jorge Navarro jamn through Bassist Rob is bites his lip in musical B Sound check at the Hardback Cafe. ecstacy at the Summnerfest show Saturday. T rent Snider may well be the best rock trombonist Vocalist Henry Puertas pauses pensively between -if not the only rock trombonist -in Gainesville. G A ot asubject you'd likea song written about' Tell The Tone Unknown At a recent band rehearsal, Henry Puertas, Tone vocalist cxtraordinaire, asked me and my girlfriend what we would like to hear a song about "Malt liquor," I said 'The new dolphin-safe tuna at Subway," she said The drummer counted off four, and the next thing we knew, Henry was crooning about Schlitz and Star-Kist while the rest of the guys cranked out a better dance groove than anything I've heard at any local dance club. Instant song lust add water. The Tone Unknown is not the usual 2-month-old Gainesville grunge band -they've been around for four years and they're definitely not hardcore. "It's impossible to compare us to other Gainesville bands -it's lk. apple. and orange.," says guitarist Jorge Navarro. The Tone consists of Jorge and Henry. Rob Is on bass guitar, Robert M on drums and Trent Snider, who plays the -you guessed it -trombone, 'The two main functions of the Tone Bone (his trombone) are rhythm and texture," Trent says "I'm really Into It as a rhythm instrument more than anything else., I don't have a real melodic style." The lone Unknown have an expansive song list of 50titles, mostly written by Rob, Henry od orge, with an occasional contribution from Robert A. "We do lot of collaboration especIally me and Henry," Rob say. 'Ill do music, and he'll do words or vice versa.! And the lyrics aren't always about beer and tuna, either. "What do we slag about?. .Love and death," Henry jokes. "Actually, even the humorous stuff we do, there's always aom. kind of serious side to it,' Jorge says,. "At least an observation -you know, some kind of social observalion," Henry adds "Rococo people" is a good example. 'Rococo people/ On a baroque beach! A dog in a sweater/ A baby on a leash! Go down to Miami/ And you'll see what I mean! When I tell you/ This place ain't what it seems." "It's about Miami and the situalion down there," Jorge says. "And what's happened culturally If there was everany kind of culture.! A new song that The Tone is working on is called "63." it's a Jorge composition, and If you ask he'll say, "It's about old people suffering the indignity of working at McDonald's!" Other Tone song titles like "Th. Abduction of Robrt M "' "6-yer-. old ExistentialIst" and "Hare Krishna" really show Th. Tone's lyrical diversity. Their songs a.1w are musically eclectic. Th. Tone Unknown's sound cuts through each of them without becoming red und ant. "It's like every song is its own entity,' Henry says. "1 think that's the thing that characterizes our band "We just figure that we have a sound, and it'll come out through whatever song. But we treat each song individually to limit the influence from other songs Yeah, but what don he dond a Violent Fenimes without the sloppiness, ormraybethe Red Hot Chill Peppes mixed with.a J ac steel band Or to put It eloqetly a calypso neo-bop They Might e Giants, minus accordio plus trobone. Maybe I'll just let the exli it for themselvexpsin Noisw take a deep breath because this islong list The Tone fluences sound mor lie reordn. store's stock ist Pistibo, Ae Chilton, the NMotown sound 1, Stooges, Vivaldi. Metallic., 3M Crosby, fIREHOSS, I Diddl Miles Davi s, R obert Johnson. Spinal Tap, John Lee Hooker, r'ht Pretenders, Nat King Cole, and of course, everyone's (a V()rite bluegrass guitarist, Bill Monroit' Yeah, but what do they sound like' "The variety is something was thrive on," Jorge says. "We love to jerk the people around. Get them dancing and then all of a sudden bring out some slower stuff its good to be able to do that." "We lieteui to IOtA of stuf f, but there is no direct line between is' tening and playing," Rob says "It'. just all these influences that we grew up with. Like I grew up in the Bahamas, so I heard a lot of that stuff, so it must affect the way Play. All our influencns are toaly consciouss Anluctyhat We've hacold bMelica, because when Jog and lesarned listenng tthat, we wnt Se a herder sound with dIcietIon.t is serious several lighis wee I warehouse by [-73 And for each has to drive from where he teaches English,. practice, Jorge Crystal River, high-school The TorteUnknown is 'aggressively pursuing a recording contract" with just about every record label imaginable. And they are mercil. "We're going to bombard them -send out a couple hundred tape.," Jorge says. "We have a fax, so I'mn going.to lax them atudI -message, art, whatever. We can afford to harass. I mean, this Is our future, and we might as ivell giwe our best shot." A major label-they're not saying which one-has .Jhown some Interest is 51w group, so maybe tteir strategy I. working. They already kae. a digitally-mastered, 24-tza4 cording which Is ready for ptgqjq. Now II they could Jut pa 1Sbt tominuaec in that ypmsa't .snlwie us as nicely as you could a Psychedelic Furs or Depeche Mode or something like that," Jorge says. "But that's a strength to us." Recording contract or not, The Tone Unknown is one of Gainesville's best and most popular bands. Incorporating stage antics that lean toward the theatrical, their live show is punk-influenced without the actual thrashing. Be warned, however, this do.s not mean there Isn't ample slamdancing at a tort, show. At one of their recent concerts, Jorge was amming with Rob on stage when they tripped and went crashing to the floor. And they finished the song without misting a beat -on their back. On stage, Henry transfo. from frissly local urtlht to post-punk lounge linerd. H. knows that It I. hi. job to wwit. bhe audience and kesiowd danidq 1h*1k 'Triv to a blaasdag pac., Haery .1.s a uaresab., Rob has a wireless set on his bass (which makes it cordless), so he often roams the crowd during shows, popping up in odd places. At a recent gig at the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre, Rob walked outside during a song to play on the front doorstep. And at the Hardback, he often sits down In the audience while playing his bass One of their best live songs Is TIm Not Deed Yet," a light, jzytune that still manages to compel listene to dance. Midway through, lob rip, through an explosive be. solo that establishes him as arguably the best bassist in GaInesvIlle. Ta blows a solo thst deinlit*l makes him the best -If not the 0.4y -rock trombonist In GainevIlle. Even Heivy gets in the act with a scat solo right out of a Hwry Belafont. -a. Henry usually ha. thecrowd participaei 1 eatio of.a song or back-vp on soups like "Doghouse," or he simply ad lIbs eviths songs. Robert M pha funk sensibility swing You migl know that he cit inspiration for I not as laid-back he is in person. Trent's trom sable in songs Iil Car" and "Roci horn is an lntegra sound. He cor being awkwardtrombonist, can Rob I. anchor solid and confide he *teps up for.o solos, prepare t e51 and a~m join teband a pin.a to the Unknown. But Rob. He h4ow wcl at the Hardbck Tone'. favorite I SJorge playsg memt," N. a lob, ht. Is usuall)

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Azim Nanji Named Chairman Of Department Of Religion CAM THS IU NEXT WFFI Priner 0 eo 1'IF Intorrnal atn and Pubicalloins S lI O 355 9 riae l fi n it l id mi in n a n i Minority Scholars To Visit Campus On Sunday, Monday More than 125 of the state's brightest black high school juniors and seniors will visit UF Sunday and Monday for the 1990 High School Scholars Program sponsored by Up's Office of Admissions. The annual program is designed to ac. quaint minonty students with UF's camSus and academic offerings and, hopefulyconvince them to become "Gators." "The coin petition among universities for qualified black students is keen" said John Boatwnght, Ui's director for minority admissions "This program is a good way of lettng the students and their parents learn firsthand about UF and the many programs we offer here." Boatwnght said that over half of the students who have attended the program, which began in 1981, have applied for admission to UF, and % percent of these were admitted. Black student admissions at UF for summer 1990 are about 50 percent higher than last year, and UF has seen a 60-percent increase in the number of National Achievement Scholars who have indicated UF as their first-choice school, he said. Boatwright said UFs source for potenhal applicants is gleaned from a College Search Services list, as well as from recommendations made by high school guidance counselors Gator Ambassadors, a group of mrinrty student leaden, will serve as hosts and guides for the visiting high school students UF Public Relations Students Win National Competition A team of Up public relations students won first place among 64 colleges and universities participating in a 199 care study cometition sponsored by the Public Relations student Society of Amerca. UF's entry won the Southeast District competition and then surpassed 11 other district winners at the national finals. Up tems have been anmog th coridion's national winners in for of the last tt years, havr irstin193 ard 119,secoand i and third In 1968. Members of this year's team are cordinator Ann Fahey, Robert Grade, Franclose Hutton, Karl Senders and Ledann Trn|,|ch' Faculty adiser is lack Detweler 'r Ulye" NMg & Ifltfl|n !UNIEIRST Axim Nani, UF professor of religion, has been named chairman of the department of religion in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences effective Aug. 11. He succeeds Austin Creel, who is returning to teaching and research in the department. Nanp has authored three books and has contributed chapters and articles to more than 25 publications. He rs a member of the American Academy of Religion, the Amencan Onental Society and the Middle East Studies Association. He received a doctorate in Islamic Studies from McGill University in Monteal, Canada, where he also received his master's degree. He earned a bachelor's at Makerere Uversity U Janda, where he received joint honor. i terature and rel onsstudies. smnji came to Up in IqS fromn Pennsylvania's Haverford College, where he was a Margaret Gest Visiting Professor of AZIM NANJI New Chifr joined Faculy In 19 Religion. From 1973 to 1988 he taught at Oklahoma State University, whe he served as head of the humanities ror am. He also served as director o the enter for Global Studies at Oklahoma State and was chairman of the International Area Studies program. He is fluent in Arabic, Persian, Swahili, Urdu and French. UF s Administrative Affairs, Shands Issue Employee Smoking Policies The University of Florida and Shiands Hoe tal have outlined smoking policies in respnsetotheconcerns of employeesand hethofficials. The Office of Amitratve afrs has issued the following set of declines for Up Smoking is prohibited in ciussoom., laboorie, lecture halls, libraries, seating areas of all auditoria and gymnasia, elevators, general eating areas, restrooms and corridors and lobbies, unless specifically designated for smi.n Smoking is permitted in general conference room ar seminar rooms where smokiareas limitations set asideby the chairmanor leader of the group using such facilities. It is also permitted in general ounges provided that size, ventilation and other public health safety criteria are met. These areas must be approved for smoking by the dean, director or department chair responsible for the areas In work places where there are smokers and non-smokers, each dean, director or department chairman respole for the aea wil develop, implement and post a lcy regard deslnaton o smoking and non-smoking areas. Such policy shoul take mito consideration the proportion of smokers and non-smokers. Smokg will be prohibited in large, open wor areas if it impairs the efficiency of work units or requires additional space or equipment. Where smokig is permitted, suitable ash rays or receptacles should be provided in convenient locations. Shands Hospital employees are restricted from smoking in all areas except two staff lounges-Rooms 6434 and 7434-and designated areas outside of the hospital, effective July 1. This policy is the result of a recommendadion made by the Shands Smokmg Task Force, comprised of representatives from the hospital and UF's College of Medicine. Self-Help Counseling Is Available; Call NEXUS At 392-1683 A "Self-Hel Counseling Service" is offered by the University Counseling Center through the NEXUS phone system at the Reitz Union. Thirty-three audio tapes are available for callers who may need assistance with everyday problems. Call 392-1683 between a.m. and It p.m., seven days a week, to hear any one of the following tapes. 600-Peer Counselin 662-Dealing with Alcoholic Parents 601-The University onseling Center: 674-Fair Fighting in Marriage What Is It? 602-Self Assertiveness -l of Intimacy IFAS Information Wins 60 y sical Intimnacy 60-Dealing With Anger Communications Awards 610-Howe Sa NO UP nttt fFood and Agricultural 610l win to ~Others UF Ioueo *2 ~Sciences (WAS) wont five nartional awards 617-D adking In May from the international orgazib618--Dating Skill dion Agricultural Communicator. in 620-Femal Homnsexuality Education. 621-M.e Homose-muly ]ns Irjowdon won a firstlace 32_fxt~ award in regular television arnm s 62 o Deal Withffor the television sow i 633-How To Handle Fear. o dpla award in television e 635-Buildlpg Self Esteem and te Confidence 637-Rlelation Belche tary for a d miary about UFlIFAS -in KCanOrOM West Africa. In 63a~r1,wth Share =Zm WAS wson a Nat-.pinawd in 64-=w Rol CangsAt rsu exAib foe an n in the Sunbelt 644--Larning to Accept Yd oN in October, acond-lace awar & t 660-Ely Signs of an Alohol Poblem newsletter a s eor "l-Responsible Decisions About naed for IMP Msag s upgi The y of nIOpun s as Rate OppeMoWyWAfma. aie i.s. TODAY Up BLOODMOBILE SITES, Turdington Hall, 9 a m. to 2 p.m.; Union Lawn of Wener Hall, 9 a m. to 3 p.m.; Maguire Villae4to7 p.m. AR EXHIr OPENING by Miami artut Barbara Neiina, features sculpture models and drawings, University Callery, S.W. 13th St. Continues through Sept 239a.m. to5p.m. weekdays, lto5p.m ZES H COMPUTER EXPERT on hand to answer questions about Zenith products and demonstrate new system, 10a in. to 5 p.m., CIRCA Demo Room E520 Computer Sciences and Engineering Budlding.is MUSEUM PROGRAM, "Petting Pddies," during which visitors will be able to observe, touch and learn more about Florida shells and marine animals like squirts, star fish and other friendly ocean dwellers, 2 to 4 p.m., Florida Museum of Natural Histoy U akony. MARSTON CE LIBRARY TOUR and instruction in the use of LUIS (U. brary Users InformatIon Service), 4 p.m., meet in second-floor lobby area. FRIDAY Up BLOODMOBILE SITE, Infirmary, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. UF INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE, free and open to UF students, faculty, staff and spouses, no partner needed, wear soft-soled shoes, oseons given, 8 p at., Norman Hall Gym SUMMER MUSIC CAMP CONCERT, features jazz, wind and orchestral ensembles from UF's week-long summer music camp, free and open to the public, 8:15 p.m., University Auditorium. MONDAY RECREATIONAL SPORTS SIGN-UP deadlines today, for I pitch softball tourney beginning July 2D and mixed doubles tennis tourney on Ju 24, sign up outside of 2 da Gym, call 392-M58 for information. SUMMER SING REHEARSAL, spati scored by Up music department, free and open to the public, continues every Mondayat7p.i. through Aug. 6, Room 12D Music Building. CONTINUING "FLOWERS AND LANDSCAPES." a Show of prints by U art Robert Mueller and oi n Up eineritbs Hiran, at the Gainesville Mrrt, N.E. 39th Aveu, 5: tin.sel 1:45 p.mdail .AMLiNGR.ORIDA"wnedhbof n Mn f P islarrT.h Florda' enaen -Hd thby UPD Traffic Advisory The University Police Departmet advise motorists to nalid the Newel Drive extension cast of Shands Hospital rnngmcy ramtoa~n Fele. Calt m iqrqwuel two wond of ha fee emmom ls. use ah m aw lowas. Pr N Wmul, contact Anjl lpt l 92-114,

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"Nobody needs me anymore!" SORRY, SUNI OUR NEW SCA WOLFF SYSTEM GETS YOU BROWN N JUST A FEW SNORT SESSIONS, AND ITS MORE GENTLE TO THE SKIN TRY ITI ONE WEEK UNLIMITED E I le 2 WEEK MINIUM -LIMITED TIME 0' OAKS MALL PLAZA 1331-8261) GATOR PLAZA (CAMPUS) (M) IA/TUST RA vJHE? THE NEW HOW/? Epi e a lb A The New Student Edition will be distributed during the week of August 20, 1990 to over 5,000 new students and thousands of returning students. This means 5,000 NEW customer for your business. Publication Date: August 20 1990 Sip -1 qt o 4 't 's"" (>1tene 2ftcur f' nd ,,d, ., ,,e,c. I, LI'di -Ca I 3" x 5" or 4" x 6" Glossy or Matte in 1 Hour 371.4882 I *I *41PL Free seof prints each roll denlcpmd swas EW3j1 STUDEI EDITIO LAST CHANC T E FINAL DEADLINE WED. JULY 25, 1990 Oaks Mall Copy Deadline: July 1, 1990 Additional Discount l0% FuN Poge Discount 5% CosWChck by doodin discount Discounts are available by placing your ad by one of the early declines; hbwwever no sorty deadline ad may afered In any way once the deadline has passed. ADVERTISING 7-64 44, t' OLCILTZ ENIN9 --Me maraaiulamI .a 1/2 Days of Thunder Litchfield, Oaks Four West Vroom, vroom This is a vehicle for Movie Star Tom Cruise, as opposed to Serious Actor Tom Cruise It's a vehicle in the purest sense of the word, but Days of Thunder probably won't even appeal to the folks who gave the vapid Cocktail an $80 million tip Cruise plays Cole Trickle, a young hotshot race-cardriver who wants to break into the big leagues He gets the financial backing of a businessman (Randy Quaid) with deep pockets and a shallow mind They convince legendary pit-crew chief Harry Hogge (Robert Duvall) to come out of retirement, build Cole a machine and coach him to victory Cole appears to be a cocky pro with talentto burn and an attitude tomatch In fact, his brash exterior iesta front to hdehis ignorance (Cole wouldn't know a fan belt from a brake pad ) The reason he ignores Hogge's advice is because he can't even understand what the man is talking about. The scene where Cole confesses his inexperience is one of the movie's few appealing moments. After a few false starts, they click as a team and Cole loom, up in the rankings His main competition is Rowdy Burns (Michael Rooker), a good old boy who tries to unnervethe rookieby harassing him on the track race after race They play a dangerous game of chicken until the two men become entangled in a near-fatal crash This turns out to be an elaborate form of male-bonding as Cole and Rowdy become friends of a sort. There's also a love interest in the form of Dr. Claire Lewicki (Nicole Kidman), a talented professional with curly red hair and a cute Australian accent. She also proves to be an adept psychologist, helping Cole face his fear of crashing lust in time for the big race Cruise is a very engaging actor, and his charm doesn't fail here. But Days of Thunder fails on the only level we really expect it to succeed -the level of excitement Stock car racing isa challenging and physically demanding sport It involves more skill and strategy than simply jumping into a car and pressing the pedal to the floor for a few hours. But you wouldn't know that from this movie. The action ;ne a filmed agreesively tough. But about the only strat-ay we se Is when a driver decides to try and knock .ome elm off the track. There's orssml mention of draftlng In which on car stay. right behind father and then sling-shots past Itat. criual jntuma.but that's about ft. Fosit char.cr deament '*d aitltully cAtS dilalogps: We "~M '"'las:0 whek -se eig stIAg,

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Soul II Soul 1990-A New Decade 'What's the meaning of hfe?" a children's chorus chants on "Get a Life,' the prologue to 1990-A New Decade, Soul I Soul's sophomore effort The rest of the song goes on to answer that quesion, as do several others on the new album by England's premiere musical project Vroduers lalie B and Nellie Hooper continue to redefine the sound of modern dance music, once again combining the talents of stellar musicians and angelvoiced vocalists Nothing on the new album is as compelling as 'Keep On Moving", and none of the voices quite measure up to Caron Wheeler's heavenly crooning on that song and on "Back to Life" A New Decade isn t likely to determine the sound of radio like Soul 11 Soul'sdebut has been doing since it first hit the airwaves more than a year ago But then, those songs were pioneers of the silky smooth bass and piano sound to which Lisa Stansfield owes her platinum sales just listen to En Vogue's "Hold On" or Madonna's "Keep It together" renix, and Soul 11 Soul's influence is undeniable The songs on A New Decade are so unified that some might accuse them of being repetitive Midway through several songs, Jazzie B almost predictably shows up for a few lines of rap commentary The "Be the best that you can be" theme pops up with such frequency that one might wonder if there's anything new to write about. But in spite of these recurrences, A New Decade manages to be an engaging, seamless thread of songs. Any record that balances jazz and African music Influences so effortlessly is worthy of some praise The album's title song comes complete with third-world chants so authentic-sounding they seem to be more a part of the performers' birthright than a cheap exploitation of exotic Sounds. Songs like "Get a Life" and "A Dreams a Dream" fulfill Soul II Soul's promiseof musical innovation Children choruses are not unfamiliar to anyone whose heard Martika's "Toy Soldiers." But on "Get a Life," the way the music TIRED OF FEELING BOXED-IN? as In the Pines has Three Bedrooms are our specialty. Village Park 4 Spacious Apartments $200.00 off two months rent 373-3371 205 SE 16th Ave. French Quarter NOW LEASING FOR FALL 2 Bedrooms starting at $3501 month Townhouses or flats a 3 pools a 3 laundries a Study Hall Rec Hall 2 Furn, Unfurn Ceiling fans sem leases avail A Student Community minMues frm caMus & shoppimg 999-101 SW 16 Ave 94 30 Wekdays 378-3771 BAG A KRYSTAL I They're big, bought and a real bargain! Kryolars 32 ounce Insulated squeeze bottle comas In 4 bold colors. And it comes flled wit Coos.Cola classic for only $1.0. Bring It back andgst refile for just aft. Buy your Big Sipper today and while you're at It, u the coupon below to get a bargain on a whole beg of Krysilalle .--------=.--.-lOkqstals For$3.2S I = s inis er assistantmr n w masswa SpO V l dttpSiud wI 5 tss .~WV.,. I L. ...e. ie Board of Drectors of Campus Commnications. Inc. publisher of the independent florida 1dsutn announces the opening for the position of Managing Editor of the Alligator for the Fail term Applications for this paid position are available at The Alligator Classified Advertising desk In the lobby at 1105 W University Ave., from 8.30 a.m -4 p.m. Monday through Fnday. Applications must be retumed to the same desk prim to noon, Friday, July 27. THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE DEADLINE Interviews and selection by the Board of Directors will be held at a meeting open to the public, Sunday, August 5, 1990, beginning at I p.m Applicants must be present at that tme to be considered for the position. she meeting will be held at The Alligator offices. Applicants must be degree-seeking college or universLy students. The Alligator is on Equal Opportunalfy/Affirniatie Actt Employer: 1. PA V.-

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rimics the chanting children, combined with Jazzie B.'s rap commentary and several vocal appiarances by Marcia Lewis to sing he lnes "Elevateyour mind/Free your soul/Feel the feeling/Let your body takecontrol" makes the ong sound almost as revolutionrv as "Keep on M did ear ago The album's two kk Courtney Blows an I itled)" are almost I I ntermissons between acts. The latter is as perfect a transition between 'A Dreams a Dream"and "in theHeat of the Night" as silence would be $1.00 ~0 a. A New DeOade is perhaps most fulfilling when Soul 11 Soul succeeds at crafting conventional, yet interesting songs The best of this lot of songs are "In the Heat of the Night" and "Love Come Through," both featuring vocals b Lamya Onl heredo the vocals to co 'magiL a n Mo As mentary, nothing abou n the Heat of the Night" is particularly offbeat. But in an age where Paula Abdul and Pebbles rule, the way Lamya wraps her voice around the Pizza Bar & Med. Coke Campus Oaks Ma l Plaza 136 NW 13th St (Next to Toys-R-Us) 373-8161 331-1011 ---Mr ------L I NIGHT REEF $1.00 Bloody Mary's & Save Dr*'" e ~1 WET T-SHIRT Contact Cash SEE Ini -a. ti-Pa is L D F L4ItS IGHT adies Drink for REEl a-11 2 for 1 TOKEN NIGHT SPM i music and caresses it is almost startling Fab Five Freddy drops by for a brief rap at the beginning of "Our Time Has Come' Just as it seems like the song isaboutto lapseito often-traveled rap terrain, Jazzie B arrives to deliver a rap that ou like what Barry would nd like were he or Ra rs should take ot ul has already roven he future of dance music Maybe rap is just around the corner. BY JEREMY HELLICAR he a Ngi HSM$1.00 FREE PIZZA Mind SO D.J. '"'"" 9 PM MiceOb It. Takes All Types To Save Lives! REGIONAL BLOOD CENTER INC 121 Norrlwest i Ih Sirit (.ainniir FinIda i2I F --Player's Sports Club offahny 1 19 Bea CAMPUS After 3pm ss IIths PIC N' SA VE -4 l1AM-4PM3 4-8.30PM31 6111 N. TH AVE. 3So W. 16TH AVE IN suMM.RTIMI! S M T W T F S]

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t may have only been the first weekend of Summer B to you, but to the new freshman crew, it was their first weekend as "official" UF students Ah, remember those days When partying meant raming from door to door in Tolbert Hall, while trying to hide beer from seemingly omnipresent RAs Pocketc started it, come in real hardy Of course, we all eventually graduate to the real Gainesville party Scene where all of the interesting action happens And every Thursday you can read about it here in REWIND Last Thursday night The Purple Porpoise ushered an Summer B with a three-for-one drink special There was a hitch, though A three-dollar cover charge was mrplemented for the grand occasion, upstairs drinking either beer or and three for one" actually meant three times the alcohol in one drink And you all thought you would got two tokens for buying a drink Something was going on at Sigma Nu Saturday right Henrietta's Lovers was Scheduled to play ata party there, but around midnight most if the crowd was something red and real potentlooking Downstairs Front 242's "Headhunter" and other terrific jams played to an empty room At the door, guys were greeted by a sign-up sheet and several smiling members of Sigma No's security force Elsewhere on Fraternity Row all was quiet, except for the occasional stumbling drunk N F Tmira 1.yo Ril F19116 1%AM U Na Ah AAA ANo AU~ .aLi am I OUT ON THE TOWN Restaurant & Entertainment Guide Brown Derby We know how particular you are about your steaks, that's why we only serve steaks that are fresh cut, never frozen and broited exactly the way you order Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the house with different cuts to satisfy every appetite Seafood overs will fel right at home with a large and varied selection tochoose from Dinnersconer complete with our fabulous Super Salad Table, your choice of potato and oven baked bread From 5 to 7p in join your friends for the Best Happy I-our in town Enjoy reduced price cocktails plus complimentary hot and cold chef %elected I ors d' Oeuvres Banquet iacintes available Most malor credit cards accepted Reservations not needed but for parties of six or more, pleasecall 173-1(88 52205 W 13th St' just south of Williston Rd Charlie's Fine Dining & Spirits Handcut Steaks Fresh Seafood Live Entertainment Tues-Sat -NO COVER! Reservations recommended371-8069 Ivey's Grill Great place for a date-cozy and intl matw Enjoy breakfast, ich and dinner. Extensive menus with unique aratoess Spechlzingin seafood, chicken and pasta dishfi. Sensually seductive sesits, espreso, uppucno, ber, idew ist Creift cards we, Open 7 V nights, 3303 W Univ. Ave 371J'a Restaurant breakfast kose -20 year. Serving &0",:30 evZ day. One block to canputs 122S W si An. Snuffy's Restaurant and Lounge 1017W L iiv. Aw. 37649 Ciribawn pubran 1 with kd slesit salo aIdip l .3m4 dareu c 4d f l J' ?WV4 1 JUL~Y 12, 198 KPG .Is o Woody's Nationally Famous Sandwiches 3458W Unv Ave 11/2mi from canpus Hearty deli-style sandwiches, sovps & salads featuring top quality Boors Head cold cuts on specially baked fresh bread served in a relaxed casual atmosphere, conducive to meeting friends, entertaining parents & family or conducting light business transactions Imp & domestic beer, wine MC & VISA accepted Open MSat 11-9, F -10& closed Sun Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q For tasty beef, pork, chicken and ribs, come to Sonny's, for Bar-B-Q At Its Best' 11-930 (Sun-Thu) & 11-10 (FriSat) 2700 N Waldo Rd. 3610 S.W 13th St 3635S W Archer Rd U.S 441 at -75, Alachua J's Restaurant Chinese food: delivery, 5-9 pa+ liumO l-2dadnwr5.9pa.nry daye pt Tws. not. Only a block to campus. 12 W n ve Cbi10n. up. Toby's Corner A Gsins.ille raditt cont nas -A F spe lias; Tablesie Umbs Mn&il sea Na .z -~ as A u w s Ini 5 as Bella Pizza Come for the food, stay for the ti' $2 pichers-Big Sreen TV Tonight 2 for I cheese pzzas Full Italian menu Specializing in calzones, whole wheat carut and vegetarian pizzas Subs and wings, too Lunch and dinner buffet everyday Catermgservice-FreeDeliv ery Across from Putt Putt in Festival Plaza 350034th St 335-2M Manaro 's Samce1955 'Somethingsineverchange fortunately your good taste and our consistently delicious Italian food Open 7days Dinner served from 5pm Gaiesville's most popular Italian Restaurant for over 30 years Casual attire welcome Fresh dishes daily including chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & homemade desserts at affordable prices Cocktails, fine wines and beer available Only 2 1/2 miles from campus (eat on Univ Ave ) 2120 Hawthorne Rd (SR 20) Directlons/Resrvations call 372-4690 Clubs and organizatons-we cn serve your dinner meetThe Original Pizza Palace The kind of place your friends would tell you about. Homemade posta, fresh baked lasagna&sauces .nad u toorder. Openeverydays.tsprn Con,.of NW 23rd Ave and6 S 372-1546 El TOM Mexican Restaurant i latc 7.t La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant G-vlte'snewest authentic Mexican restaurant Our family restaurants have been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs Serving daily lunch specials H1am2 30pn &deliciousdinner entree's 5-10 weekdays & 5-1030 weekends Come In & give us a try' 7038 NW 10th P1 (between Service Merchandise & Mr Han's) 332-0878 Coney Island International foods naturally done Specializing In whole foods Try our Island burrilo, Black Bean Supreme, Carrot DOg, Tofu Reuben, or stir fry veggies and brown rice Salad and Columbo frozen yougurt make a great lite lunch. Cookies, cakes and more Takeouts welcome Openi-11 eight days a week. 210SE 1stSt 372-9288 Going for Its second 50 years! The Market Street Pub Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style e in a lowial English pub Live enttelnmentfluin FI Sat eveninigNo mrver 120 SW 1st Ave 377-2927 Lunch and dinner daily The Mill Bakery, Eatery & Brewery Fuhl Bar, fteah brewed beer. Drink Sp dab 11-7 d -ly. Expanded Patio with line tinm ent iSat. nights. CalmMa Plan, 331-4110. Murphy's Pub Dedy paia De Sadwichs I la, cold beat lhlliards, Darts and Video gam.,. Happy Hour 4-7 only Mon -Thur lam-12p Fri.-Sat 11m-larn S.w. lp.-ipom. 5112 NW 34th St iain bmd.h4YCApacL.3n,473t Red Lion Tavern ht gflm-Ca Now.o n1111 O 31%St.314a Ca pt'n Louie's Galley Theolnest in chickendad sfood-Try our grilled grouper andwaiches. Crest hot buffet daly. Open 7 days a week 309 N W 13th St. across hom Krispy Kreme, 372-631I La Concha The flavor of Key West right here in Gainesville Spanish and Latin Amencan Cuisine MlII am-8 30 pm. 4002 W Newberry Rd Plaza Weal 7B-4002 Great Steaks Beef & Spirits For thi beSt s ad pri rib lin Gaineswlh. You ck cor a Ilahery clameds FMra r r as dad will prepare yor dine Il.wi s&al-d too IOpeoda~yS-Iffrsvtwedults d = 2 Ia V M. 6m chaflagf2fl5Wl11f9.374M I *< .. ootg

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ThURSDAY, JULY 12. 19'X. AUGATOR, 7 Iligator lassifieds UCliM.ctions 4 5 a 7 12 13 14 is 16 17 18 19 a0 For Rost lurnished pwfyffie4alflshed Moiblwmsn SubilwliMse IAl9 -rn -Fore o rsons Concin NMO aid ,e pot J When will your ad run? Classtids will begin TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in of placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of twits and be rCIed at any time. Sorry, but there oan be no tefunds fr cancmnled ads. FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Sdri kt living moatutli pd. summer aml I m ., 4 b r apt. 1740 Nw 3rdPi To epplyl' le 372-22841 371-4245. 3-2021-I Private enhance, nie ber, itche. A living orn pnvllsgws. Pert utli. pad, sumero $145. fall $165/mo, 372.2254. I-20123-1 **BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** Luxury coado 4 ls. fit ers pus, "ec, rily Maid sent. Euron kitchen whlcrc. diwuh, dlap. ,i tull-am waardry. N mar M Mily. 875441 1-20-14.I AvaIl new bit to UF IrIn I A Tumbling Crook send.p bSaleny 1015 sW m St. 6100/Mr + fl depeelt 372-784 So St3-321-9440. 77---i NOW I male wnted. Furnished apt ibdrtlMe. Cl .M l 1S Wo a"ea *tSi me.03Th442 acolle (813)7MU-S3f 7-12-41 3 blcks Irem s In ile Ier "dOIJSstmideot mhr k&CrmhI $I, n pet. C051 48 -Sr 8-al7t. 724L 1 1111 6 Is UP WM-'. ASA 4 A OI hO n was -66 .a n|M waee. No pu0, 8 f7t. 74 11 |ElSepgp 4pavgghfg, private entr~ias, lbidd. .48 .l. 7.1841 Fa s kmi ARwse 5* $N"PE GoUam O How to place a classified ad: The Aihoator Office I056W University Ave Al F 8 am 4 pm Min Booklor Hub Cusimer Sevc. Desk ST Foam 430pm R,'tz Uion, Cashier's Oftice M F Dam 9pm SAt & Sun Closed ModicAl Bookstore Shands M F Sam 430pm By Mail: Use forms appealing Weekly in lhe Alligator Sorry no cash by mail MC VISA or chEcks only By Phone 373-FIND: Payment by VISA or Maslrcard ONLY Five dollar minimum ST Fa3 4pm Q How to correct or cancel your ad: CaCotllistions: C8ll373 F*ND MOi Frn 6 4pm No refunds can given Alligator arrors: Ceck you, 4d the lIRST day I tur. Call 373 FIND win any corrections be tore noon THE ALCIGA70R IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cot reacted ads will be eglended one day No rounds or credas can be given after placing the ad Changes called in after the firsi day Sil not be compnssld Customer orror or changes: Correclions mil be made in person at The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON There will u a 2.20 correm ttim in FOR RENT: UNFURN. I BORM apt Quiet for serious Student Pont West SW 340t St Call 375-3250 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED. Walk -Santa FE CC,I I 0270-8280. 2 BA 3S5, NEW Townhouse $440, OPlus LMA. Pool. laundry, no "aw do. SaNt Fe Trace Apt. 375-1190 6-202 Oak Gle AptS Near U A VA. quiet weahor/drycr available In most unitt r 60 mc Cat Allowed I B-28. 1 A 2 Bae 6250-6354, A Into 372-41 8,2025-2 SPAIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT OM.Y $272/MO LYONS APT U" SW 26TH AV. 5774757 U-IC-m 28-2 5-20-25-2 DOsei Apt. fle fre &LSW SAOF St. I OW*S 2 .s NW ~ ft O F ~ ~ M.N ON0RoeS -14-reAT Me 7.17 41 nal me wsf 4,40 hU lileS. 7--17-4-* FOR REMY: UNFURN. 'Chck Our New SpcIIBAll Amnmiln AvailabIle FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommate Avasble Were No I REGENCY OAKS 37 57M 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS .73-4M 2001 Sw ott Str.t In The Pine Spacious 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom AparItmen A Tmwnhouso Confrineent TV U/Shands 2 POOlS. tenus brt, weight room, sauna, 2 Aundry roome Ask aboul bdr pec aal $400 tt 373-3371 206 SE ItMAve 12 mile @ast o Main SI U-F 04, St 10-A. Sun 12-4 6-20-25-2 Center Court, very nice 2 bd. walking disbana. to UF, 1210 NW 1I Ave Diah washer, can air Mike 411 NWI SIR St 371-7777 7-31 10-2 WOOD FLOORS. 2BD. cont airl Cosa a View 1105 NW 3rd Av I block to uF Of free 411 NWI 1SI St 371-7777 7-24-52 Lg 2bdr/lbt apt, At, laundry, Ceiling Ian, S32Srmo, win". crpt 340, avail now & Aug 2023 SW 37th Way 375-7M 7-19-8-2 Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bitl. just 3 bka N ot UF. wary. very nice 414 NW 14 St Col leog Park PropertIes 371-7777 7311O 2 $1Sf MOVE-IN SPECIAL Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom, Pool. Tennis, Sauna, Gym and more STONERIOGE APT MO SW 34th St 375-1121 Ott. valid to quellfied arallaslifuloly 8-20 192 Quiet I BO on col de sac by pond 526 Village West. water pa, cent ayt, MO NW 20 Av take9 ST N fromut Av) 371-7777 724-5 2 Attractive & clean apartments, close to UF, avail Aug 15 I yr lease + Shp No togs. 496-024 8-20-16-2 Studio $219 1222 NW 6 AV 5 mi notr. Of UF. cocomul. pdvacy. carpet, a. 371 7777 7-24-6-2 I berom I bee' apt Walkang exporling re iUF SM VA. 40 'tily lW" HolIday Garde. AM. CulSS -Hfl 7-12. 7-2 0175 studio $N IS IN 2 SUMMER SPECIALII 6rom whiie its boTll W"tM tUFI POOLSII-7'S. ?-ITHE TOWERSI; S, raul the mundall: See UF fItm private flccey. newly rmnevaled I brm's 207 NW 17t St 371. 7777 7-31-t0-2 PETS M I bir uplex apt W paids paid. fans A t cr. DOW hamea al 373-5016 7-124-2 **AFFORDABLE APT 2b,1*a quiet es" to UP Peel. -.e t, dishwasher. laundry, bus no. Call 374ONS*** 7-124-2 HUGE NO BTH 00 @W Air Api Me -~ ~ f IS~ m SuT. me AteV all. O ea p mP. 4*11"s W 371777 -.42 Two -tee bedreou lsmea r' $M 0 460 Co 372flaUbbt, laine mid Cci 7-17-1FOR RENT: UNFURN. WALK TO CAMPUS 2 8A house, hard wood floors, completely furnished, fenced, Ians $440 COUNTRY SETTING -Duplex near 34 ST Plaza. 2 BR, pots ok, air, quiet. wooded $275 NORT HWEST 13 ST -O BR hlr. hook ups apatlesa. minlS. pay only osc $285 OFF TOWER ROAD 2 BR, now carpel booups, downstairs apartment, ull wnil 1I. but electric paid $315 NEAR OAKS MALL house, breaktaat bar pots $325 2 OR 11/2 BA townhook-ups, accepling BIG TOWNHOUSE -3 BR I /2 bath flat washer and dryer, screen porch, great storage. only 460 POOL COMPLEX -Super nice 2 OR 2 1/2 bath townhouse with washer and dryar hook-ups Wont last 100 SPLIT PLAN 3 BR 2 bath townhouse with washer and dryer. breakfast bar, dish washer, tans, pool $650 SEAGLEBLDG Groal view o Gainesvile from 2 BR 2 batn apartment Spacious security garage, parking, Iots o storage 8550 SOUTHWOOD Spacious 2 BR I 12 bath upstairs apartment. fenced largo deck, lIke-new carpel, dishwasher, hook ups, eon. utilities U75 PH4OE NIX -2 BR *dishwasher washe/ryer hook ups, laundry close by, tike toUF $310 KEY MANAGEMENT I br aPla, carpeled, central Sir, biking dia lanc*f to iF 82601m* -yr Imas tilt month A S150 security dep. no PI. 332 3765 7-17-4-2 AttractIve, clean houses. tilig distance toFU. year ae +deoit,nodogs 405 9024 8-20-12-7 Casablanca Wel 2br 2 1/12b ai dsp can sic cell fn lvelors wt'dy Soreened patio pool/laubhouae no pe. $60 avail 8/1 call 3M-W0IS 7-17-4-2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Arrotdndo Farma Mobile Home Park Beat rental value Grad studema have l.ft. 6 oczalenlt buya from 630001 douS wid with financing Po" mice pA. quiet. open w eie 7117 SW Archer Road, 904-378-92i 8-9-12.3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. SPY0LASS needed One remmmat. ad subleass Own bed/bath In Sen/ba+PMee. -SB-"17 7-12-44 Sublease fodrual Sep-D.c. New car. pet, fenced yard, wd, dle'waafr BIt. last A depelit. fmmem t. Call 82eatter ipm. 7-a1-U/F let masts. hdidba in Sbtr'fla apt at Will's Cree-. $17iW1m + li. Caox Hoard 72-*76 (a )ng). 7-19-4 S 30 AYES Sao"in srve your rus We mne ScoMT. eselw em tee hr suertiln OWd fe -TImefes W7VIM u -fln a bWahwld I. E presly ROOMMATES BRANDYWINE *2 F'N'S n.dx d to share room nest fall, 2 bdril ba, fully turn pool near UF. S1I70/mo 1/3 util 373 0024 7 z 10 5 BRANDYWINE Summer special $10/mo for own room 1/2 uil $200 dp FRN 2 bdrll ba. J*curi. sauna, Au room, huge pool, 372-2857 Dennis 7-24-8-5 Malure NSF needed for furnished 2/2 in Pinetr. Gardens 209/no 112 utlithes Available now liru Aug01 Call 336 1360. Leaveoif 77-6-5 Rockwood Villas n/a for own turn bd/ba Start Aug 1or tail thou spring $250 + 1/3 Util Call Pam 335-4469 7-31 10 WIndmoadoomI Own room 253/nih or share witrlend for 122/mth Huge 3bedi3bath starting Aug is[ call tara 338 1377 IV message 7 17-5-5 NIS F rmmt needed for July D0c own room A bath in Casa East Condo. 6225/mo 1/2 util .Brenda 371 7730 8-20-13-5 F N/S own bsdibath 6250mo 1'2 il. firm call Vanessa at 375 0466, leve message 89-B-2-5 **BRANDNEWOAKBROOK WALK** Walk to UF. need I or 2 M Nor 2SR/2A condo Luxurious. compleIsly turn, maid servee, dishwash, wash/dry, micro Groat vi.m Call Day. 375. 4541. 8.20I4-5 Summer 8. mi. own room. share bath room Brandywine $223 me + 1/2 wil 3)4 4925 12 4 5 *OAKBROOK* F N/S to share room FaIl/Spring Fully furnished, WD A Morel *175+ utility A slc 371-47S 7 17-5-S FEMALE ROOMMATE own BRBA, Turn home with jacumli A fireplace $225/mo 1/3 jil July $1001 335-6090 7 12 4 5 ROCKWOOD VILLAS t needed lor tel shart bdr condo own room urnished wash/dry Securily ayatem call Amy 335 7027 7-19-S-S **CHEAP APARTMENTI Fin'sICshare 2-story, 3d/o ivn Towne Par $150/mo + (3 jtil Carol 407)N04 1051i* 7-268-5 **LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK** Sand new, e-plagely furn. Walk to Up. I r 2F iata. w 2 1"3a cende ha aunme, *tot .i. .,. kllf. ./.re; wastgdry, mid servwla; sciu. rity; much me-. Call Dowl" $78441. 8-20-14-S Maa, NS to tat*. randwne apt for frall/plng terms. 8170/mo util Can. puot Doug 335-4045 or leave moasap. 7-,S4Fs HAWAItAN VILLAGE I fare bar i 2 bdr apt Avllt in FALL. Po'l, laun'iy *2,7n. Cla l'.,ene 7-17-4-S In, Iower oaks. edbt, vw, wi, fenced Yarg, mre, .tc Ieor grataevlja 1SdUanima leer E170+ 1/2 ll 3222 7I&Tws Fre miate n d fair FA o. ge-iyOsk. attnst ab Cll Marcy usal0a. C-20-1S-S MSlAugust I fOnrfmlin2brlIerOS I Wlk Iem maNpus t Hug yes, firepumc. much morm $200/mo + 1t add. 371-f7lU. ?-i0-5-S Walk W. m &nd, UaF F grS anal Wtfn lst r we rthe 0 allo ws fW .WM, AVWe N24.B ni + 1fil vol. orCB-4+ F id -Iler hilise 14 b BE amel ". W6= e2dl An& miON 9W -**Y FREE sseAn. 1 Ue I oft.al "ldlig service. All lo.in 4lu det .m d w, FAST. We e d atpl~ -b E-.-. & Pteaqo. top m emle usd-nx m ---------------------BUY IT. SELL IT. 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8.ALUGATORThUSDAYJUIY 12, 1990 ROOMMATES A houei Ineeded to pay $185 8 1i3 uli4li0 We have a dog bul hell love you' You can smoke we don t care We need youi Call 10 3773 Prontoll 7 19 3 5 *m/l Ir own bdrm in nice house Wd falCe tried yd pets 04 / min to UF Cent air Sum $150 &/or fall $160 1/3 ull 336 1380 / 24 4 5 F 'ml needed for lall/spring Own bdr in great house I bl from UF Please call Jennier Iv message 371 3949 7 26 5 5 2 oulgo rtg lun girls are looking for a roomie [0 share a 3 bdmn apt Own roomrbnlt Wiindd*s lemeal n/ call 3366393 72655 Completely turn townhouse *M archiond pool micro wish/dry Fall & Sprir'g and/or summer $220mo 4 1/3 ull lis Craig 335 0145 no pels 7 26S-5 F NIS Earnest student Own room 1 blI from LF near Holiday Inn Call Lynda COilleC a 40/ 392 0362 F 12 3 5 We need F needed 1o share a beauliji 3bdrm Fbir For Fal Across frorn campus 210mo .13 until Call 336 041 i v mesas 7 24 6 5 Large Bedroom 49r 2 Bath house Walk UF cry quiet want serious student $159 mo $100 SecurTy plus util 377 0165 7 12 2 5 Married couple looking for roommate No drugs or smoking Friendly ndpot, clean Sep entrance, bdr & ba Kit IF pool priv Sma1J pals OK $175mo undii Call 3/7 0422 all 7pm 7 31 7 5 PO[ OS t NTS own borb ,ri 3/3 Told mi Co view a1 pool vaulled coil volley ball A Tennis cis Call Dana 335 59900.e. 7 194 5 M or F N/S for Fall Mill Run w nhse 28R 1 112bat Turn we sh/dly pool Serious upper classman preferred $240/mo Sean 336 afte F7245 5 F N/S serious std or professional wtd to share corudo al Mill Pond W/ grad Sid Start Aug or Sep $220 1,3 url Call 335 3135 7 12 2 5 CASABLANCA WE ST FNS to share 3bd 2 Ii2bad Townhouse FALL ASAP Pool laundry $150/ro .F14 AiA 335 1395 112 2 5 Need neal/ciar female n s lor fall lor 2 Br12 Ba part furn api Aloha Garden $200/mo + 1/2 ul Call Dawn 374 8179 7 24 5-5 MF NS for own rm in 38/2R apt Start fail $215 ma + 1/3 utl Walk to campus Call Chris al 371-0707 7-17-35 M'F NIS 10 Pool, tennis IFroM Auguel share house in Mill courts $10/mo II Call 335-6719 7 24 Pond 12 utld 4 5 ROOMMATES HUNDREDS ot roommates at your are lips We can help you tind That ideal room mate F AST Gaetr Rental Fiders UF Plara 336 9349 2011 5 Lookin or F prele urde rclass man 0 1hr 212 apt aI Piccaddiiy Apis tem Arg 20 Phone I Chi 312 549 3320 in VI 00484 682 193 5 Share condo. F live in the best close to SF & UF beautiful surroundings, 1I1 of 2nd year student $250 pays all it you quality Call 813-956 1559 7 24 4-5 **CASABLANCA WEST m/f n/s for own br/b in fur 3r/2 Sba twnhse condo T/ wa4dry S260mO + 1/2 until 335 59* *7 24 4-5 Serious mature quiet near NS F needs like roommate to help rent apI or share your place Est expenses $200 sac U2 ul1 B V 0 BOR sel No pets, please Call 335 5153 7 ?9 2 5 Wanted female roommate 3bdr2ba home, large yard quiet neighbors, near Food Lion. 1 mir from campus Furnoehed 250mo 371 7073 7-24-4-5 Gd SI needs quiet MINS to share 2 bd, I I/2 bath townhouse 4 nl to UF, 170 1/2 Ut Call Vahak, pn 335-0599, am 392 0571 7 17 2 5 6 FOR SALE AlpIne, Kenned, Sony and 30 more brndoM re all at our Now Locatein! Car Sereo Specialists 3216 NW 13 91 3722070 8-2025FOR SALE TYPESETTER. Varityper 5410 2 Disk drives. 2 film cassetes, 2 11m cannalsters Facory reconditIoned, unused in past 2 yrs Perfect for small typesetting Lob Good machine for small type shop Sys trm Includes 3 rolls 6 in RC film & 6 font diska $3.500 OBO Call The Alligator at 373-9920 for more into MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376 1145 Editors choice Hewlett Packard Northoate Price lower har mail order System below include 1mb, 40mb (28ma), graphics monitor MC 28/I12 $1195. MC 3658K $1495. Norihgate 386/20 '$2399 Leading Edge laptop w/40 MB hd & battery -12395 1 & 2 year war reuatils Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180 printer $105, HP Laser Jet ap $1049 3743W Un'versity Ave 89-12 8 Crimestopper Ca Alarms, X40RadarDe inclors, Sherwood Sanaut Sony Orion Bazooka. Home or Car Siereo We Bea All Prices 373-3754 6-9-24 8 CAR ALARMS inalalled remote conrol any car truck or vh fully guaraneod will demo Call 336.t3ga student lv men sage 0-2021-6 $55000 in free value coupons only 7 00 Free pizza, haircut car wash, cocktails, movie rentals. beer. lunches. more Call 372-1476 7-17-5.6 Earth cruiser bike. 565 obo. Realistic Tower Speakers, 1100/pr obo, Peavy 400 baseanw' 115spe.ake,. $3S0obo 338 89 lv mag 7-124-6 Ceramic-Art Student selling pottery, windchime., and jewelry Call 331-3858, please leave a message 7 17 1 8 373-FIND BUY IT. SELL 1T. FIND IT. Alligator Classifeds allow products, services. gobs, etc to be listed in a drectory" to make it easier fOr readers to find your ad A simple form explains the step-by-sep mannr in which to place an ad and will help you det.rmme the cost Our Clasiled Advertising stalt will be happy to adi you Alligator Classlfieds may be placed In a number of ways: I If you have a valid Mastwrcard or Visa, you can piece your ad by wlephooing 373-FIND baemn *00 and 4 00 pm 2 You can mail your Alligator Classifed form (with che, money order or MaslercardMsa Informiadon -no cash, please) to Alligator Clas.ifIod. P0 Box 14257 GaInevIlle, FL 32604 3 Yoo ran ptace your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W University Ave I beWen 8 -and 4 pM, wekdays Our br.ined, lnndly sBtWR will be glad to help you With your ad. 4 You oar place your ad ki person at -reniote-localon. Main Bookst., Hub Customer Servic. Desk Medlal Bokees., Shuisd. Reitz UnIon. Caahrws Offe one of The Alligators convenient M -F Sam -4 pm S am -4 pm M-F .9am.gpm Sat A Sun Closed PIna -Ns fora o pac. AMgar Claslled. Pleas, follow ies. kifuton acBey. cbaraidudbeywythingyou fahagy. Rqed for diangee aler th ad ha. beWn brdd use anlsel a n1W .d iea ent. LSTHEE CAN IE NO WNS 0 E O CPE AFy PLACG IH AD. i S event of an sum, 7he ANas ie rnpo.sb ONL Vfor the FIlBT hton. Do fouetrigrhaguep, hubln, or mane edsen en liSekt 0* Sdnin prl. Th. accete Of pMVien ~a ahdll wsydo nal oanwof a blndng IIef-m pa r fl Mdtsemw Pb *A#M WabwpubheMoci. 7,Ma*tMfif tennte rt. IO act as. s4e jdpo the eba y sla*-is, o -el an, asdwrng copy sbm ised. FOR SALE ALLOY BLUE SCHWINN bicycle FOR SALE $120 obo Good condition call Danny at 372-49591eave message 7 124-6 Small sofa, recliner, end tables, cockeil table, lamps Good condrion $350 Cell 373 5586 7 ?7 58 QUEEN WATERSED $80 Sleeper Sate $80 Two end tables & cottee table Sal $35 Call 372 3805 or 332 3189 7 12 4 6 For Sale 45 gal fresh or salt *atar breeder lank w/ alt ac s $250 Modern color TV $100 Top ot-the-line VCR Fisher, $225 Beautiful handloomed wool antique rug 100 Call375-2788 7 124 6 Papasas, wickerrockerswicker bdr furniture baskets A more at wareho ise prices Sale Fri 9 5 9 Sal 9-4 at Inlerstate Mini Storage I ml north of Archer Rd McDonald. on 40th Blvd 7-12-36 ONE WAY plane ticket from G villa to PHILADELPHIA leaves July 22nd Call Joan at 372-4687 Leave message 7 12-36 Trek 780 series, 58 cm, campy equipped excellent cond 5375 firm Call Ross 3766141 7-17-4 6 GREAT DEALI sleeper solar $40 oboa twin bed mattress & box sprIng 540 obo Call 338COOS l Iop in 7 24aXT DSKTP CMPTR t0oihd 5-1/4 fdr mono mnlr w' no-glare screen, niernal modem, lots sftwr inc Word plt 50 8650 336 0086 7 12 2FOR SALE SINGLE BED perfect condilon $To 080 Call 376 2451 -leave message 1-19-4 6 Peavey Combo 300 Bass Amp $z7S Yamaha SHO 400 E Guitar $300 12 so Holdsworch bike alt campI, $300. calf 377 all7 7-12 2-6 MOVtNG MUST SELL bed $15, small trig $30, hammock $40 dining table $10 CalF Megan 335-7515 QUEEN WATERBED with heater. com toel, sheets $75. microwave o0. furni lure, pot/pan, books, etc Make ofter 376-9646 7 12 1-6 ***CASH TALKSI Velour wtrbd kng cmpl $1860, Ig deski6s. big rn v 50, drpil table $45, golf cbe $40 all ng 336 1380 7-24-4-6 FOR SALE Schwinn 10-speed Continental 2 $65 and SUNN guitar amp, 100 wait 2 channels for 350 371059 7 31 6-6 Computer terminal and keyboard, lor cu Ing NERDC, etc. Zenith 2T-IA $125 392-0255, 375-0277 7-193-5 TREK bikes. 300 A 400 series, mint con dillon 8200 81235. cal335-3767 726 5-6 Apple II+ Computer -Must Sell!I 2 drives monitor, p'ier, oyetick, modem + 100of programs Call David anytime at 336 Sass 7-24-4-6 Queen size mattress A boxsprnig Sealy Postu rped ic medium firmness $25 Modern ,irrorjchrome and table $40 336-0752 7 19 3-5 --II III I i i I 2 II 1 ,1ICI USE IrI -r4 an : l'luilee P.Tpa evs -4''***""" -is, Note wsaitngs"' _L Wwan -11.p "" Adm es _, 11. i a annie 0 ugowMD Dim~e 11F 1m1 1 1IfIEE f II lii._ I I I I oo-

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'2. ALUGAfItR TURSDAY.JULY 12,l990 SPORTS McClendon rushes into spotlight By REGGIE GRANT Aligator Wnter Willie McClendon recalls his first touchdown in high school as if it happened yesterday It was during a pre-season jamboree in his sophomore year at University Chrstian High in Jacksonville McClendon lined up as the right-side split-back The play was a sweep left and the quarterback pitched the ball to McCtendon "The next thing I knew I was in the (defensive) secondary heading for the end zone," McClendon said Five years, a high school state championship and several thousand yards later. McClendon is probably this season's No. I running back for UF. IT's most prolific runmng back, former three-year starter Emnmitt Smith, was picked by the Dallas Cowboys in the first-round of last year's NFL draft. After "tremendous competition" in the spring between McClendon and Errict Rhett for the starling position, running back coach Carl Franks said McClendon is slated for Smith's old job Said UF head coach Steve Spurner: "Willie McClendon has the talent to be one of the best backs in the nation." McClendon has played football since he was eight years old, always as a run. ming back 4I really didn't think about playing college ball until about my eleventh-grade year. It didn't hit me until then," McC tendon said "Up until then. I'd always played because I loved to play McClendon led University Chnstian to a state championship as a senior and never rushed for fewer than 100 yards in any of his 33 prep games, breaking the prep record held by Ernrntt Smith. He broke the state record by averaging 200.5 yards a game, and amassed 6,912 rushingyardsoverhis higl scoolcareer, second best in the state behind Smith. "He's far above any back I've ever coached," said Robby Pruitt, McClendon's coach at University Chris tan. The National High School Recruiting Service Ated McClendon one of the top 15 backs in the country and he was rm. cruited heavily by Nebraska, Alabama and Georgia. McClendon said he chose UP mainly because of Its location. McClendon said he regretted coming to UF at first because he was stuck behind Smith, but "in the long run it worked out betterfor me because I'm getting my shot now. "I'm looking forward to (next year). I UF basketball coach Lon Knager led the North squad to a silver medal at this week's OlympL Festival, The South, psced by LSiU's Shaquille O'Neal, beat the North 121-120 In the final secods of the goldmedal sane Tuesday night. ROUND SPORTS "LGt UfM I -ALLIA IN After two years in Emmitt Smith's shadow, UF junior Willie McClendon is looking forward to casting his own as the Gator' starting tailback. can't wait I've been looking forward to flts for two years. Now eve got my chance and I'm going to do my bet." Under Spurrier, a Duke running back led the ACC in receptions two of the last three years. Last year, Duke's Randy Cuthbert was second in the ACC in rushing with 1,023 yards. McClendon is looking forward to catching the ball next year. 'The first touchdown of his college career cane at Tampa Stedium when he caught a 19-yard pass against Mississippi State. "I can catch the ball," he said. 'Ihank the Lord for that. He gave me good hands." As a sophomore, McClendon fumbled four times in three games. But Franks said McClendon held onto the ball in spring practice and isn't worried. "Willie has the size and the speed and all the ingredientstbat you look for to play theone back (offense)," Franks said. "He can play in the slot, he can play out wide, wherever you need him. That's a luxury he provides. McClendon said he used to be more of a power runner but now better understands how, and when, to combine his power with finesse, something he developed by watching Smith. O've learned a lot from him since I've been here," McClendon said. "You've seen him run, he's fascinating to watch. He's a great one." McClendon said Smith gave him advice before he. left. "He told me, 'When you don't have to take a hit, don't take one.' He said,'If the out of bounds is there and you can't go any furtherand nuther guy Is there, step out. Youll Last longer'" winning margin. Damon Bailey, who will be a fredumn at Indiana this 1a1, hit a threepointer with 17 seconds left to give the North a 120-119 lead. He led a scoers with 25 points, DeVoe is one of five finalists for the head coaching job at Florida International, the unr aid. 'The Other caodlgatesr Bob Weltieb who coached -at Oe' Min, and Texas; Kruger was impressed by O'Neil, who Drolos Gay Grner Aiand Uilverl's set Festival gaf and tournament records N& and Cesr Oi of Mini. for both points and blocks H. said the =S Calle southcamps. 7-4ooter would hfa bemA di AM center h .Cbe UP ta A In hmG At 10 he" O mg saw umns at Tenase, le' s S a loo I I ate years far an mhlabifs Jb ForrW UAwtk buabShbesw.De& S i Strawberry, Rickey look for 1st MVP Some day George Foreman will lose. The UF basketball team will win. The White Student Union will disappear. These things make sense. Maybe the power, of baseball will add to the MVP award the MVP-DR7 -Most Valuable Player Despite Rotten Team award. That, too, would make sense Maybe then the Cecil Fielder, and the Lenny Dykstras of the world won't have to break 30-year-old records or top "untouchable" marks before getting consideration for baseball's most cherished individual award. But until that happens, who is this frustrated bleacher bum to buck the system? With that in mind, here's one guy's mid-season preferences for MVP. fl GreVg Doyel DLEAtHER BUM Unless he tops 50 home runs, the Tigers' Fielder will not be the MVP of the American League To repeat, Cecil Fielder-all 28home runs and 75 RBIs worth -probably won't be the American Leagure's MVP. As Detroit sinks to the basement of the AL East, so do Fielder's chances. Oakland should rid itself of the pesky White Sox and make a can ata second straight world championship, Translation, alphabet-soup style -the most valuable A could win MVP honors of the AL Rickey Henderson has been that A, sparking Oakland's attack with some hefty numbers The A's proved life without Jose Caseo isn't so bad when the big guy went an the disabled list last month. Oakland didn't min a sep. The somw probably could not be said it Henderson went on the helf. The A's left fielder is having a career year that could culminate with his nbrstever MVP award. After years of being overshadowed by the likes of Don Mattingly and Dave Winfield in New York, and Canco at Oakland, Henderson leads the Al, in bItting at .336, and Is on pace to hit 35 hoers, steal 80 bases and score 130 run. PhIladelphia's Dyll could join Fielder in sonei off -camn group therpy for the under appreclated. Dykstra, the najon' leading hitter since week one, hae hrted witkwtbemgical 400 barrier. But he ha. doe It for the fourthplace Phillies. End of MVP it. T. Metinhave shrddd Nonal La.gue pitching ta' to pecte sin Bad Harrlson replaced Davey Johnon as Manager. Harrelson's the reason, right? Not wetcfly. 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