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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 167 TUESDAY, JULY 17,1990 the paper's fine. ;

,

Martin turns down I




try for 9th election .::1:1I I


NI to let somebody else take '
By DEBBIE CENZIPER reins," Martin said. ,
I Alligator Staff Writer the'l I
."I'm never going to quit. I'm
I s n rprd State Representative Sid:Martin not going to be a legislator ;
announced Monday more.-
that he would not run Phillips, a 34-year-k .
for what would have old native Floridian IJ
been his ninth term in said he wants to follow .,
the District 23 House Martin's footsteps J
seat,because after 16 and continue lobby ,
''P+ r'Y years, it's "time to let ing in Tallahassee be- ,
t somebody else take cause Martin was one '
si"Ja the reins." of the most effective ;,,1
And that person legislators in the Cap'I
could be Alachua itol. II E
County Democrat :; Phillips said he announced I Y
Clay Phillips, who announced I I' his decision I!
the same Martin after Martin made his '.
day that he would join plans public becausehe
the race because Martin had pulledout. wanted to support Martin and
"(Martin) should have been givena

.+rro Martin, Jj-Hawthorne. said he chance to make his own deci-
still plans to go to Tallahassee and sion."
; fight for UF and Putnam County as Phillips, a UF law school graduate -
a private citizen and unpaid lobbyist ,said that like Martin,education '
E. ANN STODOARO-ALLIGATOR but he felt it was time to step and UFs needs would remain a
Elizabeth Morris' uncles, Ken Morris, far right, and Roger Morris, second from right, of Palatka aside. He added that his health had priority.
plan searches{ on an aerial map with UF Law School secretary Ellen Estes. Elizabeth's father, nothing to do with his decision. :
far left, looks on. The group was headquartered at the Oaks Mall south parking lot Monday Phillips said he agreed with UF
afternoon. Morris was found Monday evening, and was taken to Alachua General Hospital. "I'm thanking people for electing see Martin, page 10 I
me for 16 years,and I think it's time

Missing law student returns; UF tests drug that :I



recalls nothing incidentBy I may prevent di betesu


believing that Morris may have been abducted. think this is an important
and DEBBIE CENZIPER Another group of about 30 volunteers posted By ," said Jay Skyler, American
fliers around Gainesville.with Morris' descriptionand Association president-
Alligator Staff Writers
photograph. An "We now believe we can pre-
Missing UF law student Elizabeth "Libby" Mor- Police haven't determined whether Morris was monly used in and stop the disease. ti
ris was found Monday night at an East University abducted, Mann said, and except for Morris' car erations may the disease is neces-
Avenue restaurant, but she can't remember who and the items inside, there's no evidence related diabetes a for the drug to work, since it
' she is of how she disappeared. to her disappearance. Investigators"She's shows. be given before the diabetic t
very disoriented: Alachua won't rule out the possibility she left The medic! show up.The drug does
County Sheriffs spokesman Lt. Spencer by choice but consider the disappear- proven not cure people
Mann said. "She. doesn't know ance suspicious. 'on one is who already have
who she is, qr what's going on." Mann said police are investigating and could an diabetes.
Morris, 32, who lives in UPs Tan- Morris' ,background and things she the disease be"I We Parents who
glewood Village, walked inside Kentucky did in the last two or three weeks that affecting know diabetes is +
Fried Chicken, 1231 E, may have contributed to her disap- 50,000 people can in 'the family ;
University Ave. at about.8:20: p.m.,. pearance. .normally stop need to have
Mann said. Although police aren't certain howAlthough each year UF their children
Morris has no reported Morris disappeared her family thologist tested, Maclaren
physical injuries, she was admitted to LmMfl "" doubted Monday. afternoon that she Maclaren said. Certaincharacteristics
'Alachua General Hospital,Mann said.Morris left willingly, said Ken Morris, Friday in a Skyler 1
Investigators hope to work with Morris when Elizabeth's uncle. conference. will show up in
her memory returns to determine how she disap-. "We feel like she's really been abducted," Ken If the'drug the blood several
peared. said. "Libby would not do. this without telling tinues to months to several
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Sheriffs deputies and volunteers searched for someone." successful in ct years before t
Morris on Monday behind Oaks Mall where her ,Tamara Grandy Elizabeth's'sister, agreed. cases, it could symptoms of dia- .
car was found unlocked in the JCPenney parkinglot "My sister is not the type of person to run away," regularly prescribed in three years betes occur.'
with her keys and purse inside. Grandy said. for. as little as $10 a week he said. Once those characteristics are
Morris left for the mall Wednesday afternoon.A If Morris was abducted publicity about her The drug prevents only juvenile detected the drug-Imuran- is
mother of three Morris was supposed to pick disappearance may have persuaded an abductor to diabetes a form of the disease that administered.The drug weakens a ,
up her daughter Saturday from: ,Girl Scouts camp. release her, Mann Said., usually strikes children. An esti- person's immune system, stoppingit
After calling Morris' roommate, who said she "The media attention she's received in the last mated million people have juve- from killing insulinproducingcells.
hadn't seen her since Wednesday, Morris'.familycalled 24 hours may have made her too hot a property,"' nile diabetes, and another'' 11''' ; .
the police. ,.. he said.. million people have other forms of When the immune system of
volunteers Including Morris' the disease. with diabetes, kills those
f.;),. About 50. family see Morris, page 9 people
and friends, searched the woods behind the mall, Diabetes in its many forms kills 9
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give information about AIDS to callers. Training is Fridays afternoons from 1 to 5. !
provided, and a six-month commitment is required. Gerontology and psychology majors needed to I Char-broiled Cheeseburger I II

Fossil study center volunteer needed to assist students work with senior clients in mental health programs. I For I II 1/2/ PRICE SPECIALS
and visitors as they explore the new Several job descriptions are available. I Only $2.79 I II i MBHi
"Dinomania" exhibit. Volunteer will work morningand Budget evaluator with flexible schedule needed to Dry Mounting
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period September through December 13. Trainingwill agencies. I from $1.95 I II

last three days in mid-September. Farm docent needed weekends at Morningside I call ahead for fast takeout I IL CREATIVE WORKSHOP

Naturalist needed to give information on plants, Nature Center's "Living History Farm" to provide 375.6969 --I II 809 W. Univ. 376-7204
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nature parks. Volunteer must enjoy working out- skills such as spinning, weaving, natural dyes, candle
doors, have good communication skills and have making, garden care, cooking and basket weaving.
knowledge of the nature system. A one-on-one train- Training is provided. .

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Gift shop attendant needed to greet and assist P.O. Box 14561, Gainesville 32604,378-2552.
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I WHAT'S HAPPENINGFore I r GOOD TIMES


UF's Recreational Sports eat" spaghetti dinner tonight, $2.75 Pat, 3351796.!
Department is hosting a golf tournament for members, $3.25 for students. Mini-census: Campus Polling Inc.
July 23. Entry deadline is Dinner will be at 5:45.: needs volunteers to conduct a survey Happy Hour Daily 37Marfuiti
today, Florida Gym Room 214. All Capital bound: The state office of for Student Government. Call Night Man til
players pay an $8 fee at tee-off time. U.S. Sen. Bob Graham is offering a David Patterson, 334-8859 or SG, Ladies Night Tues til
Couples Night Wed $11
Call 3920581. limited number of fall 1990 inter 3921665.
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Super Sunday 6-10:30
four-wall racquetball tournament Block ((904)) 6817726. Association for Community Action
begins July 23. Players must signup Give It a shot: UF students can urgently needs volunteers to help SNCIFFYS
by today, outside Florida Gym Room get the required second measles answer a state-wide toll.free Hunger
214. Call 392-0581. vaccination at the Student Health Hotline. Call Lisa from 8 'a.m. to 5
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Students for Chiles: The group Care Center every summer weekday p.m., 378-6517.
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Union Room B-60 to plan the upcoming noon to 4:30.: Call 392-1161, ext. 309. accepting donations of tents,
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I Increase in black enrollment pleases Lombard I



By DEBBIE CENZIPER got to retain them," lombardi told a groupof Minority student affairs director Willie Sandeen said Preview and orientation programs
about 50 journalists and administrators Robinson agrees with Lombardi! and said are all designed to make incoming
Alligator Staff Writer
Friday during UFs Media Day. Monday that UF must be able to accommo- freshmen feel welcome at UF.

UF's black freshmen enrollment has In- Black freshmen make up 14 percent of date minority students' special needs and Sandeen said he suggests that all fresh-
creased by 43 percent this year, filling half this year's freshman class and about 5 per- talents to keep them here. man, not just minorities, live in dormitories
of UF President John Lombardi's promise to cent of UFs student population. About 5 "It's always good when we increase enroll- because that's the best way to meet other
recruit more blacks and minorities and cre- percent of UF students are Hispanic. ment," Robinson said. "I 1 just hope that we students and staff members. Resident assis-
ate a campus of cultural diversity. can meet their unique needs." tants and staff members also can advise
Lombardi! said when he became presidentfour 'I
i But Lombardi! said the other half of his months ago that he would strive to Robinson said UF administrators must students who live in dormitories, he added.
long-term goal keeping minorities enrolled work to Improve. the adjustment period mi-
I recruit and'retain more minority studentsand And in the fall, a black student assemblyand
and happy at UF will still be a help them succeed.And part of retaining nority freshmen face when they first encoun- Hispanic student assembly, featuring
struggle in the months ahead. students is making them feel welcome at UF, ter a predominantly white university. speakers and alumni,also will help minority

"It's not enough to recruit people, you've he said. Student Affairs Vice President Art students adjust.


Senator- to challenge

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Martinez in primary


choice in the September primaries.She .
By DEBBIE CENZIPER
said that although she's
I Alligator Staff Writer v1 :
campaigning with much less
Republican! gubernatorial hopeful money than Martinez! already has
Marlene Wood-( raised,. she expects
son-Howard says her plenty of support.WoodsonHoward.
strong stance on edu- ,
cation and the envi- who served for 27

ronment, as well as years as a mathematics -
her lengthy political teacher and schooladministrator

record, will give vot- ,
ers an alternative 0 stopped in Gainesville
choice for the Repub- Friday afternoon to
lican nomination. visit with UF students
Woodson-Howard, at the Plaza of the
R-Bradenton, an- Americas. Her stop
nounced in May that Woodso.Howard, was part of her north
: she would give up her District 24 Florida tour last week.WoodsonHoward .
I state Senate seat to challenge incumbent -
said she's not
I I Gov. Bob Martinez and

I offer voters another Republican see Race, page 11



I UF expert predicts'coldblooded' ,


as
raceBy
1 L.; m.i. SICC2AHD" -ALLIuAlOri .
Graduate student Bob Amey, seated, hands a voter registration card to Terry Tremwel at the ,
DEBBIE CENZIPER voter support during the past 10 Reitz Union Monday morning.
years, and it's much more Influen-
Staff Writer
Alligator tial than the traditional listing of a

This year's gubernatorial elec- candidate's promises, Wald told a Voter drive aims to register
tions promise an increase in nasty group of about 50 journalists and
advertising and cold-blooded, pub- UF administrators during UF'sMedia

lic attacks from opponents-a rise Day.

that is right in tune with the"spiritof Wald compared negative cam- students for local electionsBy
the times," UF political science paigning to sinning."Everybody .
chairman Kenneth Wald said Fri-
deplores it, de-
day. nounces it and regrets it," Wald STEPHANIE SWISHER great." '
Student Body Vice President Kevin Mayeux ,
Negative campaigning has. be-
come a powerful weapon to gain see Election, page 11I Alligator Writer called Monday's turnout "incredibly successful"and I I
Student Government and Florida Blue Key said students'were registering at the tables all t
kicked off avoter registration drive Monday hopingto day. And Mayeux said they expect even more (

I I UF student dies after fall I attract UFs freshmen, many students to register as the week
of whom have just turned 18 and "Our overall goal is goes on. +
WHITE CITY A 22yearold ers) were standing close to him are eligible to vote. UF freshman Jana Walters '
UF building construction ju- with their backs ,turned. One "This summer we've tried to to get as many stu- registered Monday, but said '
nior became the third UF minute he was there, and the get everyone geared up to vote she doesn't think many more
student to die last week when next minute they were callingfor for the primaries," said SG Com- dents as possible, so students will take advantage of

he fell 24 feet off the roof of a help." munity Affairs Cabinet director in March they will the opportunity.
where he Suzanne Rogoff, who organizedthe "I 1 doubt a lot of other people
construction site was '
"
working for the summer. Tadrowski had worked for drive. go out and vote. will register," Walters said.
the 'construction company for SG deputized 62 volunteerslast "They just don't want to be both-
Ronald V.TadrowsWof Vero about a month and had workedon week from three: groups:Student Suzanne Rogoff ered by it." ,
Beach died from head injuries the same roof for three days Government, the Inter-Res- SG Community Affairs UF junior Dionne Jones
Tuesday in a Port St. Lucie hospital before accident, Mullins said. idence Hall Association and hadn't registered yet, but decided -
after he fell. Cabinet directorThe
shortly dormitory resident assistants. to when she saw the table
St. Lucie County Sheriff Investigators "He was just working here fora deputies registered about outside Turlington Hall.
Tadrowski
said
ap- summer job and going back to 150 students on Monday and Rogoff said she ex-
stepped on some loose "Basically, people think that their votes don'tcount.
parently school in the fall,"Mullins said. pects more students to register later this week.The .
sheet metal he was laying on the If everyone gets together to support the
roof. He fell and hit the concrete "This was to be a type of experience drive ends Friday. cause that they want to support, they can make a
field of
for him In'the
floor head first, police said.didn't construction. It terrible "Our overall goal is to get as many students.as change,"Jones said.
"He have any time to was a possible, so in March they will go out and vote,"
was nice
scream,"construction manager; thing._He. a very guy. Rogoff said. "If we could get a student elected (to SG plans to have another large-scale voter reg-

Rob Mullins said..*;(Other roof-< -DUANE MARSTELLER the City Commission) in March-that would be istration drive this fall.

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struck the main Philippine island of Luzon Monday, and nine others in collapsed buildings in San Jose. 'HAIR AFFAIR
collapsing buildings in the capital, killing at least 84 Ten people died in severely damaged buildings in First Time
people and injuring hundreds, authorities and news Baguio,about 120 miles north of the capital,including WahNWearPerm S'25 ;
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us pray to God to keep us safe," President than a minute. He said there were several]aftershocksover
Corazon Aquino said, urging Filipinos to stay calm. several minutes. The quake was felt in varying
Aquino said she wag in a meeting at the presidential degrees in wide areas of the main Luzon island. Village\ Park
palace when the quake struck and hid under the table The U.S. Geological Survey in Golden, Colo., saidit
for about 30 seconds. recorded the quake at 7.7 on the open-ended Richter
Relief sources and news reports said 84 people died scale. An earthquake of 7.0 is capable of widespreadand
in the temblor, and officials] expected the toll of livesto heavy damage. Japan's Meteorological Agency TFrenCh
rise. said its observatory estimated the quake's magnitudeat Quarter
Several] schoolhouses collapsed in the towns of between 7.5 and 8.0.The agency said an observatory
Cabanatuan, Guimba and San Jose in Nueva Ecija, in Honolulu reported the quake at 7.7 on the Richter NOW LEASING FOR FALL
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I Central Park assault victim testifiesNEW I A Student Community minutes from campus &shopping

YORK (UPI) The jogger who was raped Three youths are on trial] in the attack on the young 999-1001 SW 16 Ave 378-3771
and beaten during a "wilding" attack in Central Park investment banker.Antron McCray, 16,Yusef Salaam, 9-4:30: Weekdays
emerged in public for the first time Monday to testify 16,and Raymond Santana, 15,have been charged with
against her accused attackers and about the Injuriesshe 13 criminal] counts, including attempted murder, rape
suffered. and sodomy.
The blond woman appeared to bear signs of her Three other youths were expected to be tried at a TIRED OF FEELING
attack,with a scar visible] under her left eye.She spokein later date. -
a clear and firm voice as she told about waking up The 30-year-old] woman,who has since resumed her
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in a hospital more than one month after the brutal job and has been promoted to vice president at the'
April] 19, 1989 attack. Salomon Brothers Inc. investment bank, was found
State Supreme Court Justice Thomas Galligan the night of the attack lying in a mud puddle, bound,
granted the jogger's request that courtroom artists not gagged and'naked. ag In the Pines has
make any sketches of her, saying it was a "minimal" The jogger told the jury of her ordeal since the nightof
request that the media should honor. News organiza- the attack."I Spacious Apartments
tions have withheld the woman's identity from the have problems with balance when walking (and)
public because of the nature of the crime.: veer off to the right or ]left," she said."I $200.00 off
The woman described her habit of jogging in also lost my sense of smell completely and totally," two months
Central Park, but said she did not remember anything she testified. "I 'also suffer from double vision. I rent
from the night of the attack until more than a month compensate by holding a newspaper or whatever I'm 'in ,
later,when she regained consciousness in the hospitalthe reading over to the left. It seems to be worse at night the rpines373337T
Friday before Memorial] Day weekend. when I'm tired."
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I Breeding plan may save panthersBy


MATTHEW SAUER panther's ability to reproduce and resist disease.

Alligator Writer Once the panthers are successfully impregnated, Jordan ,I
said, they will be returned to sites selected by the commit- r
The Florida panther once ranged by the thousands over

nine states in the Southeast, but now only about 50 of the tee.Tom Logan, head panther promoter for the Florida Game
big cats remain in a six-county area of South Florida.A and Freshwater Fish Commission, said the only site being
state and federal cooperative team of biologists,ecologists considered is the Osceola National Forest in north Florida.
wildlife and officials called the Florida .64
experts park ,
"If all goes well, though, we could be releasing panthers
Panther Interagency Committee, met Thursday night with "
within five years, Logan said.
the public to explain a captive breeding program which
would rejuvenate the panther's sagging population. But Gainesville resident Holly Jensen, a member of the
Panther Action Coalition, said she is not in favor of the plan.
Wildlife officials predict that without the plan,the panther
The too animals from the wild in too
plan removes many
will be extinct in 25 to 40
years. short a time, before officials are sure they will breed in
Dennis Jordan, U.S. Fish &: Wildlife Service Florida
captivity, she said.
panther recovery coordinator, said the plan is the best hope
1 for panthers surviving into the next century. The plan would remove up to 12 kittens and four adult
in the first
"This plan has a series of checks and balances to protectits panthers year.
chances for success,"Jordan said. "It will continue to be "There has yet to be one Florida panther successfully
evaluated throughout its course, using the best biologicaland bred in captivity," Jensen said. No one can be certain the
genetic information available at that time." breeding will be successful, she said. .' :
'
He said 20 to 25 panthers, representing the best genetic Logan said there are not enough panthers now in captivityto f.
stock, would be removed from the wild over a 3- to 6-year know whether they could be successfully bred, but other vr WP5SSpf
period and used for breeding. big cats, such as cougars, breed well in zoos. Ik

Jordan said the greatest danger to the wild cat is inbreed- Committee members expect to make a decision on the :
ing within panther families. Inbreeding damages the plan sometime in early fall. MATTHEW SAUER


Shands' new rules :


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Zop don't want to bother any-
By
but we have rights too,"
said. "As long as we have
Shands to smoke, I don't mind
their policy."

smoking will not be allowed

jVA times" in hospital rooms un-
healthier they obtain written permis-
4 It 4Idd tients and from their physician-

Alu Shands must then be assigned :
increasing "smoking" room and have

cerns, from their room-
become if the room isn't private,
1,1991.All said. f

policy change and new t
cept the smoking facility are the f
smoking, of growing public con- I
smoking" over the harmful effects of i:

posted secondary smoke,he ,
!
iting .
areas as want to stress that we

after smoke, and not smok- I
"By said Bill Wilcox, Shands
smoke Services director.

important survey was conducted by II
health of Division, Facilities and i
comes to Services and was given I

Kim Davis fair."I to employees, visitors and
tions and of the hospital, Smith j
NATALEE WATERS Results were divided into i:
Mud tor.But
slide and non-smokers. (,

Michael Golwyn, a junior in liberal arts and sciences, tags Ed Weaver, a senior In agriculture, prohibited both groups ;'

in a game of "pickle" at Lake Alice Field after the Saturday, afternoon rains. The game smokers' the same opinion, that peo- \
simulates a run-down between bases. nored. who choose not to smoke I
Shands have to be exposed to 1

Smith said said. I
is being goal is not to make .

SG to vote. on Cabinet, accessibility.. Shands' to 'help lives them uncomfortable out," Smith, ;'.

tors and .
Body Vice President Kevin Mayeux, and Rescue organization more than
By CARRIE SEGAL the bill's author, said he has always $1,300 for seven beepers if a Senate would like ,a smoking employee, r
Alligator Writer asked this of his directors. committee approves it beforetonight's The that the non-smoking pol-
outside, the 10th floor has helped :
The beepers cost
Student senators will decide tonight When the proposal came before meeting.
feet cut back on smoking al I
$69 each and the maintenance plan square
whether student cabinet direc- the senate last week, senators had (
benches .
tors should be held more little discussion. Mayeux said he for them would cost $840. said. become somewhat of a I
accountable to the UF student body. doesn't anticipate any problems to- Budget and Finance Committee because all the
"The to go way
night."It. member Nelson Miranda said he
The Student Government Cabinet side is so just to smoke a cig-
for the
doesn't think SG should pay
will make cabinet directorsmore
includes departments such as multi- will help seems somewhat ludi-
cultural affairs and public relations. accessible to the student body," beepers. Smith said. ,"Wilcox said.

The directors also work with campus, Mayeux: : said., "Some people think they could doa don't want the last three to six
and Gainesville officials to bring Public Relations Cabinet director great service, but I think the city room I've gone from one and
changes to the community.If Laura Cox said the bill is a good idea. should pay for it because it isn't directly Susan packs per day down to

the bill passes,' it will require "It'll allow students to come here and for students," he said. Shands than half a pack," said
cabinet directors to hold at least five be able to talk to us," she said. The Senate meets tonight 7:30: against the "I think (the policy)

9fAc .h9plsi ngll"W44k"$tPA1A .Senators.also may} give h.e.UF Fire in Reitz Union Room 349. it remains help other smokers too."


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OK we know you're away from home and shouldn't 11
have to listen to words like the ones above. Your parents
aren't around, and you should be able to do what you
want, right?

Wrong. nITS
1
Four UF students have died within two weeks of each
other one in Gainesville and three others who were on
break at home. We're not saying they died because they
weren't careful. Their deaths were accidents. We're just
asking that you listen to their stories and think twice the
next time you hear the words, "It couldn't happen to me." TIME WAS COME

Three of the deaths were car accidents. The first was

UF sophomore Anthony Taglienti Jr. Police said he was _
driving at least 80 mph when he sideswiped an oncomingcar _W 'IT 1W
and crashed head-on into a large oak tree on Univer-
sity Avenue.

When we heard about Taglienti's death, we were sad- They're just a pair of comediansDear

dened and somewhat surprised, and we asked ourselves,
"How often do UF students die?" Not often, we thought. Mr.Mark Wright and Mr.Steven McCormick,
You know, we've really misjudged you two. Ever oo Gregg Day
Then came the deaths of UF sophomore Gabe Delnekyand since you organized a White Student Union here at S
incoming freshman Barbara Rarden, who were killed UF, you guys have been blitzed from all sides. PEAKING OUTlike
last Tuesday morning when their car hit a Walt Disney Blacks whites, plaids -you name it. If they were
World bus that was parked in a median. group.breathing they were complaining about your little the two-man your union comedy does,hour.when you jokers started with

We were shocked after hearing of their deaths and Of course I I'a white person chose to ignore Just calling your little sect the White Student Unionis
when wondering what to do, we again asked ourselves, the WSU at first, not wanting to spoil my breakfast. funny enough. You know most whites don't agree
"How often do UF students die?" After the novelty wore offl I sided with the mainstream, with your views, you sillies.
telling WSU jokes to my friends.You know,how many Those one-liners at the start'of the show about
Too often, apparently. Ronald V. Tadrowski, a junior in WSU members does it take to change a light bulb? Affirmative Action were great Funnn-neee, boy was
building construction from Vero Beach, fell to his.death None. That's minority work. Get it? that good. And then,. Steven, when you said white
last Tuesday. Tadrowski was working on a constructionsite And when I found out that you two were appearingon people need more rights, I almost died. Damn, that
during his summer break, trying to get some ex- The Oprah Winfrey Show"last Thursday,I figuredI'd was hilarious.I .
perience in his field before returning to UF in the fall. tune in.Watching you suckers squirm for an hour I kept waiting for you to say Michael Jordan needs
would make me feel pretty good about myself, I more talent. Dan Quayle needs more power.
Police say he stepped on some loose sheet metal he decided. Good thinking, though. That "whites need more
was laying on the roof where he was working. He died of But you sure have pulled the wool over our eyes, rights" stuff was good enough. Don't want to overkilla
head injuries only minutes later. you little rascals. good joke,you know.Who writesyour stuff,anyway?
-* After watching the performance you gave on Andrew Dice Clay?
Maybe these accidents could not have been prevented. "Oprah", I and surely the rest of country am Oprah won't ever invite you back though. You
Maybe they could have. We just want to remind everyoneto singing a different tune. I've got to hand it to you, were supposed to be the show's designated punching
be as careful as they can, whether they're driving or Steven and Mark. You &n/ "",. bag a sacrificial lamb with zany laughable opinions.You .
doing simple chores. Why didn't you just tell everybody you were come- know, you were supposed to make Oprah look
dians? It sure would've avoided months of bad press good.
We don't want to sound too much like your parents, and public opinion.But Instead, you boys did UF proud. You upstaged
but we know how students our age feel like we're you boys had me scared there at first,babbling Oprah no easy feat with your wacky sense of
going to live forever. Well, you're not. And neither are something negative about Affirmative Action while humor.
the people you love. Oprah and the audience gawked in disbelief.I One more thing, guys. Is everybody in your union
I was getting ready to write you a nasty column that funny? If so, sign me. up.
So the next time you get into a fight with your parentsor sarcastically thanking you for giving the rest of the
girlfriend/boyfriend, be a little quicker to forgive. Say country the impression that everybody at UF thinks Gregg Doyel is an Alligator staff writer.
something right away that you normally might not say for 1XI'FEASTIF TAE EDITOR
days. Make it a habit not to gO.to sleep knowing you are

mad at someone or someone.is mad at you, because you WSU was foolishon This paradox is unbiased the blacks to help even up the
may never get a chance to say you're sorry. towards color, but the statistics on statistics.
j 'Oprah' show income and poverty are not. Al- The increasing numbers of edu-
I though black wages are much cated blacks are responsible for
I Editor: I'm writing to addressthe closer
to white wages than in the closing this gap. If we continue to
; alligator UF White Student Union mem- past, a gap still exists. About one- offer a designated portion of finan-
l bers that made fools of themselveson third of
our
li country's black popula- therewon't
cial
I Editor aid to minorities soon
"The
Oprah Winfrey Show. tion falls below
the line.
poverty distinc-
I be a need for these
A. Plunkett
Judy This is no doubt the only cause Only less than 13 those blank
percent of tions in race and sex on
Managing Editor Opinions Editor they've ever' stood for, simply be- whites join them there. Provided forms. -
Tracy Burlingame M.D. CumellaLetters cause as young white males that parents pay for a substantial Then the WSU can feel
they've never had to. amount of college fees, their odds threatened by their intellectual .
Policy First, there exists a paradox be- are
exceedingly lower
Utter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (abuot one 8-by 10 page). They should be than whites competition, and not just by virtueof
; ,typed double-spaced and signed They should Include a typed name. address and telephone tween needing money for an educa- in affording an education. having ;
: number. Names will be withheld IT the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call tion and needing an education to Affirmative any.,
the editorial' page editor st 3764458! Action is the "slack"in Laura R. Palfenio
make
J I money. the line of opportunity given to 2UFI

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I New tyrants hard to detectWho I Linebacker rlsely- accused I


are the new tyrants?Well-intentioned now using textbook propaganda techniquesto Editor I read your sensationalist front The word on the "black grapevine" is that
absolutists would seem a more apt title: I mollify word of the ongoing holocaust of page article regarding a UF police officer the police officer called the guy who hit hima
refer to those people who actively seek to Palestinians.The who was hit and a football player arrestedfor "nigger," and that guy wasn't Mike.There
abolish, among other things, intolerant most ardent protesters of Jim Crow the incident, and I was furious.I might have been some real damage if a cop
thought, absolutely. laws now hanker noisily for strict consideration know Michael Kerr, and I know that he had called Mike a nigger. The UF police
of color in hiring. But such inconsistencies didn't do it. Michael is supposed to be In- have little or no credibility with me because
McCormick merely speak for the greatest benefit of nocent until proven guilty, but one wouldn't they continue to harass AfricanAmericanmen
SPEAKING being a tyrant: namely,that you need answer : know it by Debbie Cenziper's article. I on campus.
OUT to no one. couldn't find the word alleged anywhere in The criminal justice system is totally
What makes the new tyrant more elusive the article. Your article reiterated my con- biased when it comes to African-
Many of them of the
are part "sensitivitytrained" than an old tyrant, say, a McCarthyite, is tention that it is hbeing an African- Americans/blacks because we all "look
I new generation, i.e. post-Great that he cloaks his intolerance behind a American male in America. Brothers get"dogged" alike" to some people.I'm .
Society, post-integration, who are now to
up
facade of hatred for intolerance. at turn.I .
every not saying that all UF athletes
bat for their shot at pursuing the legendary are
social Utopia,which seems more out of reach His allegiance is not primarily to countryor I know Michael Kerr to be one of the angels,because some cause major problemsat
now than it did 20 years ago.They're religion such things cause wars and more intelligent, articulate, conscientious, parties. However, The Alligator is again
a whose hardened are unsophisticated to race and social down-to-earth and realistic brothers on the putting a negative story about UPs African-
no-nonsense group
vision has benefited greatly from their ideology. He is particular, even fashionable. UF football team. I have talked to friends American/black community on the front
vapid educational system's stress on, if noth- Endemic crime is not protested, but only"hatecrime. who were at the party and members of the page. Is this not the same paper that took
ing else, beingtolerantorelse.The His defense of the First hosting fraternity who insist that Michael months to begin reporting the incidences of
have Amendment is unequivocal; however, it is didn't do it. hate-<:rimes against African-American and
new tyrants finally figured it
out.The problem is essentially free thought important that he defend it only as a meansto As usual, he was the "big, black guy of Jewish students.last fall? You even found a
What must be eradicated are the Isms": countervail an attempted moral reserva- the hour" who is taking the rap because the picture for the back page to dually
racism, chauvinism, sexism, jingoism and tion.His officer really doesn't know who did it and dehumanize an innocent Michael Kerr. Be-
this stubborn proclivity people have to vocabulary is traced with Mike fits some generic description in his sides, African-American/black fraternitiesand
generalize.The euphemisms that may be situationally head. There were hundreds of people in the sororities never get coverage until
'60s radical,Julius Lester,now professor adapted or discarded.In yard of the fraternity house and dozens of there's an incident at one of our social func-
of Jewish studies at the University of point, the term minority, the synonymfor tall, solidly built men who could have doneit tions, 99 percent of which have no alcohol, I
Massachusetts recently identified the attackon privilege in our society, is already being However, just like in Miami, if you're an unlike white fraternities and sororities. Why j I
the "ism" (specifically racism) as a "new redefined in anticipation of the forthcomingday African-American/Haitian/black and you're don't you even up your coverage?
statement of totalitarianism" that is "dis- when it can no longer signify a popula- anywhere near the scene of a crime, you'rein Somebody, please come forward, contact
astrously dangerous and divisive." tional juniority.The jeopardy. The only difference is that this the UF police and clear Mike's name.
Such admonishing, however, matters little new tyrant's pastime is political time the cop didn't shoot the brother. Pamela R. Bingham
to the new tyrant hegemony, not for himself,but for his group. Beyond these points, let's talk about the Former Student Body and Black Student
What matters is high profile righteousness Surely you know at least one. The professor credibility,or lack of credibility,of UF police. Union president
who, after she has stressed freedom of
with a vague but near-fanatical em-
inquiry, savagely over-reacts to a student'sinad'ertent REMEMBER HON-0'RAR-I'UMS...
phasis on dismantling Western or the
I HOPE YOU ENJOYED YOUR -
contradiction of dogma. -
majority social structure in the name of
progress.In The civil rights leader who strives to CHICKEN DINNERS TONIGHT.
the world of conventional rhetorical advance the best interests of his faction, and ,
warfare, the new tyrant is most heavily cackles at those who trust that he is strivingfor
armed and is perpetually discharging emotional the advancement of everyone.
ammunition in all directions.His The student whose modified slogan is:
arsenal includes all that is needed to All ideas are created equal, give or take a ,
assassinate the character of anyone impu- few unpopular ones. ,
dent enough to impose a consideration not They are the new tyrants, but they are I

on the itinerary.His difficult to discern. II'I II I
greatest weapon, by far, is his selec- '
tive use of history. Hell hath no fury like Steven McCormick 1.i 1.
past-wrong-rhetoric, much of which is usedto White Student Union i

justify, well, hypocrisy.For vice president
instance, some of the most con- EASTERN EUROPEANS STUDY DEMOCRACYIN
spicuous lamenters of Hitler's atrocities are THE' UNITED STATES

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I Legal system forgot victim in rush to prosecution friend :'.


The legal world is interwoven with so .concerning a "bad touch" between herself the police. When the investigator told me I ney convinced my attorney, William Cer-
many intricate details, one may easily feel and a very close friend of ours. I placed the was a bad mother, my heart plummeted andI vone, who was kindly volunteering his ser-
completely baffled and lost when they be- call requesting help, not to press charges or I lost all self-esteem for months because I vices, not to attend the hearing. She used
come drawn into it against their control be degraded. took what she said as the truth. his absence to manipulate me.
That mistake would cause my daughter, After all, she was the police. Never mind In court, I tried to keep my emotions f
Leslie E. Klein. our close friend, myself and numerous that every decision I ever made had my intact, but I didn't do so well. The defense ,
SPEAKING others to go through a terrible ordeal. I child's best interest at heart attorney was very courteous,prepared, calm ;
OUTDuring thought at least I could trust the police and The two investigators' comments and ac- and smooth. On the other hand,the assistant r
the state attorney's office. I was terribly tions were not out of any concern for the state attorney was completely disorganized r
the Fall semester, I became in- wrong. welfare of my daughter, but out of a general and fumbled repeatedly. She almost came
volved with the legal system.I Because she was a minor, the police dislike of men and a burning desire to further nose to nose with me to try to force me to
I supposedly was being represented by investigators promised to keep the story out their own interests and career by focusing answer the questions the way she and the
an assistant state attorney who repeatedly of the papers, but they later admitted to me attention on this case. police desired. It was like a three-ring circus.
promised me that my daughter's interest that they actually called the newspapers and What is still so unbelievable was the all The saddest part was that the police and
would be her number one priority. She as- offered information.When the papers hit the too obvious dichotomy between their words assistant state attorney were only concernedwith
sured me that she would cease any further stands\ people I hardly knew began questioning and their actions.They clearly had their own saving face for their case,not protectingmy
investigation or prosecution of the defendantif me about this very private matter. agenda in mind. child.. ,
at any time it would prove detrimental to Did the police ever hear about rights? Before a court hearing on the case, the I wish to stress that other police officers,
my child. Especially when such a young child was investigators and assistant state attorney ,cpuBxtot: : -M "You have no choice," the UF police Investigator involved? tried to pressure and coerce me into saying, .tie end carp;: ::.
said. "Do you want to be a bad One investigator even discussed the case under oath, what they wanted. :Obviously the excitement of the case
mother? If you don't do It, then you are a in a Spanish class that contained a friend ofa What was I Ito do, lie in court and maybe overrode"anVcoocern 1 theawisUnt state r-
bad mother." colleague of mine. keep an Innocent person in jail as the police -attorney and (the police: had for rHy child. It
What an absolutely insulting question. What gave these people the right to not wanted? If I didni.lie, I might further:jeopardize was almost like they were on a natural high
These people were here because I called only interfere when not needed or wanted, my child with more trauma brought ,brought on by,their. overuse of their pseudo-
Health and Rehabilitative Services to find but also to cause havoc with innocent on by the UF police. power.. _
out the proper way to question my young people's lives? By promising him she would handle the Leslie E. KId if a ttnior, post-bac-
daughter about statements she was making We are taught from a young age to respect case appropriately, the assistant state attor- calaunati_nursing studentI



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2 Live Crew rulingBy

1 Bedrooms 2 Bedrooms

kind of serious value to it, even in
beginning at beginning Alligator JIM DUBREUIL WriterA the eyes of a reasonable man witha
minority point of view, or a mi-
$42P"Best ( UF expert in mass communi- nority taste for that art form."
l cation law says the recent banningin Linda Perry, editor of the Brech-
several counties of 2 Live Crew's ner Report, a newsletter publishedby
album "As Nasty As They Wanna UF's Freedom of Information I
Be"is an unwillingness to acknowl- Center,agrees with Sullivan.
edge the rights guaranteed to The First Amendment should
Americans by the First Amendment protect minorities from majority

suppression," Perry said.
Colleen Sullivan,a UF professorwho She said the work of 2 Live Crew
(Zown rtments is writing a book on rock lyrics taken as a whole is"a lark,a joke,
otjse and the First Amendment, said by not to be taken for sexual pur-
banning the group's album"we are "
poses.
refusing to tolerate diversity."
Perry said she does not under-
Sullivan said 2 Live Crew
Deal AtUofF" repre- stand the recent ruling by U.S. Dis-
sents minority viewpoint
a pro-
trict Judge Jose Gonzalez that 2
-4 blocks lo campus .*2 pools / 2 laundries tected under the First Amendment. Live Crew's album, "As Nasty As
"They ((2 Live Crew) are reflect-
They Wanna Be"violates obscenitylaws.
Furn. or unfurn. 2 pools with decks livan ing their said.cultural upbringing," Sul- .

"I don't understand how a federal
units Pets Welcome "We must remember these guys who not
Remodeled are from the heart of Liberty City judge appointed,
(Miami) where violence and elected, can set community stan-
gang "
dards, Perry said. "Historically,
Nobody offers you more space for currences drive-by shootings," she said.are everyday oc- community standards" have been

as little as we do! Sullivan said people need to ac- set by a jury.
cept the differences in the cultural, Perry and Sullivan both agree
social and economic classes. there are reasonable people who
find serious artistic value in the 2
She said the Supreme Court
372 6653651 tests obscenity under detailed Uve Crew lyrics.
legal test. "Some 1.7 million people,mostly
The court says material that ex- 'in their 20s, like this music and
ists only for sexual titillation and wish to buy it," Sullivan said.

exploitation and that is patently offensive Sullivan said no one has the rightto
to the local community is dictate opinion or morality to
obscene," Sullivan said. "But the anyone else.
obscenity test also says a work will "We need to remember all tyr-
ATTENTION not be found obscene if it has some anny begins with censorship."

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MARTINfrom representative.And Martin's decision will give him a
1 the ever-increasing crime better chance to win. the nomina-
page rate also must be fought,'he said. tion. .
President John Lombardi! that al- State support for local law enforce- 6 ell
"With the incumbent droppingout
though UF should enroll, more ment and the criminal justice sys- .
I think it leaves the wide
freshmen, UF also needs more tem also must be given, said race
money to accommodate students Phillips, who served as a memberof open, White said.
already enrolled. Phillips called the Gainesville Police Chiefs It Takes All TypesTo
the quest for more money a"tough Advisory Committee and on the UF Governmental Relations
fight," but said he's still going to Black on Black Crime Task Force. Vice President Al Alsobrook said
try Phillips, Gainesville City Com- Martin will be greatly missed be- Save Lives!
cause he was invaluable to UF and
"This district needs someone to missioner Cynthia Chestnut, for-
mer UF and Santa Fe Community the next representative must keep
the district and
go up,protect bring
the of his her agenda.
UF on top or
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RACEfrom has ignored and she plans to fight ELECTIONfrom And because voters' loyalty to publican opponent, Wald said.

page 3 for.- page 3 political parties is declining, neg- Because Chiles does not accept
Woodson-Howard said her legis- ative campaigning is something campaign contributions of more
going to attack Martinez personally, lative record has'proven her desireto said."On the other hand-everybody ,voters will \look for and listen to, than $100, he will not be able to
but she's going to"attack his issues fight for education and the environment does it" Wald said. buy mass media coverage as a wayto
and point out the differences in our Bad news sells better than good Wald predicts this increased counterattack, Wald said.
positions and certainly hold him news, Wald said: And inSeptember's "mud-slinging" will hit Democratic Negative campaigning in the
accountable" for things he hasn'tdone. She also said she hopes her primaries, negative gubernatorial hopeful Law- 1990 elections will be a great vote-
stance on legalized abortion "a campaigning will be a common ton Chiles hardest if he wins the getter, especially votes from people
Protecting the environment,rais- matter of conscience, not a matterof strategy. Candidates who condemn September primary. Despite new to the state,because they
ing money for education and elimi- law" will hopefully make hera their opponents and do Chiles' positive public image, he will pay more attention to adver-
nating crime and drugs are issues popular choice with different typesof it with humor will be the eye- will face an almost unrecoverable tising that's upbeat and humorous
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than 100 Black high school students who visited UF Sun- journalism, bristled at the thought of limiting the First Amendment."I've .
day and crime and education should be the top two got a lot of journalism in me,"Latuner said, "and I think
issues of the Florida gubernatorial race. people should be able to say and listen to what they want"
Produced by UF Information and Publications ServICes.355 A survey Sunday revealed that 36 of the 112 students visiting More than 64 percent of the students approved of federal or
Tigert Hall,and paid for at usual advertising rates to com UF for the 10th annual Minority High School Scholars Workshop state protections on the American flag..That's a slight increaseover
mumcate official notices and Important Information to would choose former U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles, a Democrat, to the 56 percent who last year said they favored a constitu-
students and staff
faculty Call 392 0188 for Information
solve the state's problems. Republican Gov. Bob Martinez received tional amendment forbidding flag burning.The .
32 votes while U.S. Rep. Bill Nelson, D-Melbourne, garnered 26 students appeared to lean toward fiscal conservativism,
votes. All of the students did not respond to every question. with 57 percent saying they do not believe people are willingto
Janet ChristieIs More than 39 percent of the students answering the issues pay more taxes, even if the money is for a specific service,
questions listed crime, and especially drugs, as their biggest con- such as roads.
cern, followed by education at 35 percent. "We already have too many taxes," said 16-year-old John
New Shands Despite their apparent concern over the state's education Etienne of Orlando. "We need to do a better job at conservingthe
system, more than 90 percent of the students described their high money we have. We need to budget better."
Vice PresidentJANET school education as good or very good. By a margin of more than three-to-one, the students favored
The students were almost unanimous in their opposition to construction of a space station in Earth orbit over other proposed
restrictions on the sale of recordings by the controversial rap space projects, including a moon base and a mission to Mars.
group 2 Live Crew. But they were less adamant about restric- But more than 12 percent said they opposed spending so much .
tions on flag burning or thong bathing suits. money on the space program when so many problems need to
Nearly 92 percent of the respondents opposed censoring 2 Live be solved on Earth. .
Crew. "They should put the money where it's needed most, like the
CHRISTIE "They have a right to make a living," 16-year-old Johnny homeless," one student wrote.
Shands t" Rucker Jr. of Ft. Lauderdale said. "2 Live Crew make a lot of "The money being spent on space could very well be spenton
HospitalVP people happy." education," added another.
ForHuman -.. i But 17-year-old Cortney Ball of Orlando, who described herselfas About 90 percent of the students who participated in the two-
"very conservative," said she was worried that the group's day program are expected to attend UF, said program' coor-
Resources lyrics could induce people to commit rape and murder. dinator John Boatwnght. And 60 percent of those students will
Shannon Latimer, a 17-year-old from Sanford who plans to study receive some type of scholarship.


Insured UF Can Schedule THISINEXT
Janet Christie, a former chief operating Employees WEEK
.officer with Santa Fe HealthCare, Inc., CAMPS S
has been named vice president for human Free Mobile Unit Health ScreeningsThe
resources at Shands Hospital effective
immediately Mobile Multiphasic Health Screening Program is available through July 20 for
Christie served as chief operating officerof UF employees enrolled in the State Health Plan. Health Examinetics is doing the testing,
Santa Fe Healthcare's Vista and UpReach which is open to all active employees and their spouses enrolled in the plan, excluding
Pavilions for the past four years. Her HMO and COBRA participants and retirees.
previous work experience includes a six-year The screenings, which are being conducted at a mobile station on North-South Drive, TODAYRECREATIONAL
stint as director of personnel for Alachua are free to employees. If both husband and wife are employed by the state and are
General Hospital m 1980 to 1986.A enrolled in the spouse program, there is no charge for either spouse. A non-employee SPORTS SIGN-UP
Gainesville resident since 1972, spouse, insured under the employee's family coverage, may participate for a fee:of$105. deadlines today, for men's and women's
Christie has served on the boards of the Tests are offered in the following areas: hearing, vision, urinalysis, height and weight, 4-wall racquetball singles tourney begin-
Gainesville Chamber Orchestra, the blood pressure,blood chemistries (including HDL), glaucoma screening, blood count, ning July 23 and golf tourney on July 23,
United Negro College Fund and the electrocardiogram, lung function, chest X-ray, stool guaiac test and pap smear. Health sign up outside of 214 Florida Gym, call
Career Education Advisory Council. Sheis Examinetics will send test results to the employee only, unless otherwise specified by 392-0581 for information.
currently a board member for the the employee. Any abnormal result will be highlighted in the health report received WEDNESDAY
Samaritan Counseling Center. by the participant. If there are critical findings, Health Examinetics will immediately
call the participant or his/her/ personal physician. UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, Beaty
Margaret Atherton lo schedule an appointment, employees should call Health Examinetics at Towers, 3 to 7 p.m.
1-800-468-4987 between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. weekdays or between 11 a.m. and 2p.m. THURSDAY
Named UF DirectorOf Saturdays.After scheduling, the employee will be given a health questionnaire which
must be filled out and brought to the appointment. Participants MUST bring two formsof FACULTY SEMINAR, "Breaking
identification (e.g., driver's license, insurance card, state ID card) to the appointment. Down Barriers in Disabled StudentFaculty /
Annual GivingMargaret Communication," by UF special educa-
tion professor Stuart Schwartz, 12:30:
Atherton has been named Lake Wauburg Offers Outdoor Recreation p.m., Hall.
Director of Annual Giving at the Univer- APPLE COMPUTER EXPERT on handto
sity of Florida Foundation, Iric. She suc- Relaxation For Students, Faculty, Staff answer questions about Apple prod-
ceeds 'Dennis Prescott, who left UF in ucts and demonstrate new 10
February to become deputy campaign di- UF students, faculty and staff can find 466-4112(local call). No pets or overnight a.m. to 5 p.m., CIRCA Demo systems Room, E520
for relief from the sizzling summer sun by camping are allowed.Applications .
rector Texas A& M University. Ather- Computer Science and Engineering
cooling off at Lake Wauburg, the Univer- '
has been
ton acting director of annual giv- .
sity-owned lake and recreation complex, MUSEUM
ing since then.Atherton PROGRAM, "Fine Fea-
nine miles south of
will supervise the annual giv- campus on U.S. 441. Due thered Friends," during which visitorscan
ing office, which is responsible for direct Lake Wauburg is open from noon to 7 observe the Gainesville Bird Society's
mail and telephone solicitations for all p.m., Tuesday through Friday, and 10 For Intramural AwardSeniors display of exotic and native birds and
units on campus. a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The learn proper care of pet birds, 2 to 4 p.m.,
Atherton came to UF in 1988 as associate recreational area is closed Mondays graduating in August who have Florida Museum of Natural History Ob-
director of annual giving. Previously, she Admission requires one passenger in participated in intramurals can apply now ject Gallery.
worked for New York's Chase Manhattan each vehicle to present a current UF I.D. for the Outstanding IntramuralAthlete
Bank and CBS Magazines. She earned a card-student or faculty/staff./ Award, presented at the end of each FRIDAY
bachelor's Wake Forest University semester.
and barbecue UF BLOODMOBILE SITE Weimer
grated Swimming, picnic areas
and magna cum laude. are available. A pier and boat ramp are The award, given by UF's Recreational Hall, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
provided for those who want to bring Sports Program in the College of Health UF INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE,
Calculus Placement Tests canoes, sailboats or non-gasoline- and Human Performance and funded by free and open to UF students, (acuity,
powered motor boats. Canoes, sail-. Student Government, is presented to the staff and spouses, no partner needed,
To Be Given This Week
boats,windsurfers and fishing and row student who has made the biggest con- wear soft-soled shoes, lessons given,. 8
Students registered for Summer Term boats are available for checkout with a UF. tribution to intramural sports at UF p.m., Norman Hall Gym.
'.1 B who want to take MAC 3233, MAC 3311or I.D. Visitors to the lake may fish if they through his or her participation and
MAC 3472 in the fall must take the have a Florida fishing license. sportsmanship during his or her time at MONDAYSUMMER
calculus placement test. UF. Selection is made based on an ap- SING REHEARSAL,
The test will be given at 5:55: p.m. in Other facilities at Lake Wauburg include plication form and a personal interview. sored by UF music department, free spon-and
100-A Williamson Hall today, July 18, 19 volleyball courts and fields for team Applications, available in 214 Florida open to the public, continues Mon-
and 22. No sign-up is required. Bring sports,grills and picnic tables, and a large Gym, must be returned there by July 25. day at 7 p.m. through Aug. 6 every, Room) 120
identification and a No. 2 pencil. For more pavilion. Groups can reserve the pavilion For more information, call Recreational Music Building.J2AWGATOR'WESDAYJ .
information, call 392-0281.. by calling the Lake Wauburg staff! at Sports, 392-0581. ;

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1 For Rent.. Furnished Apartment ft Townhouses 8.2
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Cash. check MC or VISA.
sauna, 2 laundry rooms. PROFESSOR'S
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For Rent/Sale/ 1 105 W. University Ave. 3733371205SE16thAve. place, Jacuzzi, large /
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Main BookstoreHub M-F 9.6, Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4 ture. Pool tennis,
5 Roommates Customer Service DeskM 8-20-25-2 dents considered. /

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7 Real Estate to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher BR duplex quiet
i M-F gam-9pm cent. air. Office: 411 NW 15th St. fenced.
i 8 Motorcycles Sat ft Sun Closed 3717777. 7-31-10-2

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-430 WOOD FLOORS 2BD. cent air) College porch 2 master BR .
10 Wanted F,8 am. pm View, 1105 NW 3rd Av 1 block to UF. Of by Shands, breakfast

By Mall: ties: 411 NW 15th St. 371-7777. 7-24-5-
11 Services 2 OFF TOWER ft
Use forms appearing weeklyin 2 BR apt pay only .
12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry no cash by
Lg 2bdr/lba apt, .c. laundry, ceiling fan, ups dishwasher
13 Help Wanted mail. MC, VISA or checks only, $325/mo, avail now ft Aug. 2023 SW 37th

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: Way. 3757988. 7-19-8-2 home SUGARFOOT, carpet OAKS

15 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard Three Oaks 3 bd. 2 bth, just 3 bike N of ups, dishwasher, .
ONLY Five dollar minimum. UF, very, very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College (
16 Connections M-F830.4pm. Park Properties 371-7777 7-31-10- 3 BR 2 BATH HOUSE
2 on cut de sac, large
17 Notices o How to corrector room, central air, .
Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom, Pool, Tennis,
18 Rides
cancel ad: Sauna, Gym and more. SOUTHFORK OAKS /
19 Pets your STONERIDGE APT. condo, fireplace,
'3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 BR suites, half bath
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: Offer valid to qualified application only
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Check ad the FIRST day it runs PHOENIX 2 BR .
your 18 Av (take 9 ST N from 18 Av) 371.7777.
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before 7-24-5-2 units fenced, yard care
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY ups, dishwasher, pets
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIPST DAY Attractive ft clean apartments, close to / :

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected UF, avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease + dep No FOXMOOR CONDO

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. dogs, 495-9024. 8-20-16-2 breakfast bar, hookups
School, 2 BR, 1 1/2
be after
No refunds or credits can given /
Union or Shands may take called after Oasis Apts
placing the ad. Changes in
near Archer ft SW 34th St. WALK TO CAMPUS 89.12.3'I
THREE to Ads
days appear. the first day will not be compensated. /
1 and 2 Bedrooms No dogs Hall 2 BR duplex
may run for any length of time window .
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Customer orror or changes: From $350.00 month 377.3149 7.31.12.2
and be cancelled at any time.
Corrections must be made in person at /
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator olfice. BEFORE NOON Name your price in the Polos: own bdr KEY
w/pvt. bath; microwave, d/w wash/dry,
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee..
1/3 utilities. Will take best offer. 335- -
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Studio $219 1222 NW 8 Av 5 min north of
UF, economical, privacy carpet a/c, 371- 1-br apts, carpeted, "
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: 7777 7-24-5-2 tance to UF. $ /
month & $150 security
1 FURNISHED 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk
Tired of roommates? Rent a 1 bdr/1 ba apt 3785 7-31-8-2
starting Aug. 1 for only $185/mo + util.
Bdrkit/ living rm prlvlledge, most util. pd., to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-1280, Call 376-0040 or 462-3123 ft leave mes-
summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. sage. 7-26-4-2 Attractive, clean hou..
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/ Info.S72-2284/ Plus LMR. Pool laundry no cats or dogs. to UF, year lease +
3714243.820251 Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 6-20-25- ONE OF A KINDI) 1 BD house) 8024. 8-20-12-2 !
2 2 bike north of UF 1516 NW 2 Av.
Private entrance, nice br, kitchen & livingrm. office: 411 NW 15 St. 371-0769. 7-24-3- Casablanca W.sl2br 2 / ( )
prlvlledges, most util. paid summer Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet 2 a/c c.llln levelors / ,.
$1"5.lall $165/mo. 372-2284. 8-20-23-1 washer/dryer available In most units for no pet /
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 ft 2 Bath Large 4 bed/2 bath home with detachedefficiency. 335-6828.pool/clubhouse 71742FREE
*BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** $250-$350, sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 8-20- 1 mi. from UF. Big yard trees, /
Luxury condo blks. from campus, secu 25-2 BB court, fireplace, garage. No pets. (
rity. Maid service. European kitchen Non-party atmo, Mature only.- $950 per ; / ; ;
w/micro dishwash disposal full-size SPACIOUSONE mo. 378-2018. 7-26-4-2 ;
wash/dry. $200 to $390 monthly, 3754541. -. BEDROOM APT. Rental Finding .
8-20-14-1 ONLY $2731MO.LYONS 3 BD only $45011 Wallk to UFII Water pd, lloorplans, videos and
APT a/c, wood floors, gas heat. 411 NW 15 St., can help you find that
Avail now bike to UF from 1 br Tumbling 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 3717777. 7-31-5-2 Gator Rental Finders.
Creek condo private balcony 1015 SW 9th 8.20.25.2 9349. 8-9-10-2
St. $200/mo + $200 deposit 372-7843 or Oak Forest > F n/s, no pets, to share
8133219449. 7-17-5-1 2br/2ba apt., starting Fall $248 + 1/2 util-,
INCREDIBLE III... Call 335-6770. 7-31-5-2 Efficiency and 1 .
3 blocks from law school nice area for Efficiency Apt. from campus. $ -$
serious student.; Master bedroom $195 Starting at $185 SW fancy 2br, balcony, patio, Ig kit., back Scott CAW Properties
no pets. Call 335.2832 or 378-6376. 7- Starting at $23512 BedroomMEADOWCREST facing woods, $330-1335. NW Ig 2br 2ba f
24-6-1 w/lott. patio, $350-1360. Also rmmt Marchwood condo
378-3988 wanted $14S-$180 + 1/2 utlls. 3738310. dshwshr patio bckyrd / '
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ft UF $250-285 mo. Also 4 ft 5BR houses 820252"Check Rick 335-1987. .
$550-650 mo. Students welcome. No THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane;
pets. 378.5957. 7-24-5-1 Our New Specials See UF from private balcony newly renovated MOBILE :
All Amenities Available 1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th. St. 371-
Efficiency apt. Furnished private entrance FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 7777 73110.2 3 FOR
parking, utilities Included. $185 Roommates Available
per month. Call 3722582. 7-19-3-1 We're No.1REGENCY 1 HUGE 2BD 2BTH $399 Bel Air Apts 838

OAKS NW 28 Av (Just off 6 ST, near Albertson's) Arredondo Farms
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[ bath In Treehouse for Fall 90. Call 373- 3230 SW Archer Road 3717777. 7-24-5-2
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share furnished 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters.
off of North 34 St. Fenced $165
own br/ba in turn 2br/2.Sba twnhte condo yard. f 100' of progrmi Call David anytime at
townhouse in SW area. Wash/dryer Factory reconditioned, unused In put 2
1/3utll.! Sean 3381788. 7.24.3.5
w/ wa/dry. $260/mo 1/2 util! 335. 336-5866. 7-24-4-6
Available mid-Aug. $225 1/2 util. Call yri. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
2593** 7-26-5-5
3356273. 7-195-5 Need N/S/ F to share 2br/1 1/2ba// townhie Good machine for small type ihop. System Queen size &
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font mattress boxtpring Sealy
avail Aug 15. W/D, micro, d/w, close to
Serious, mature, quiet, neat N/S F needs Poiturpedic medium firmness $125.
We need F needed to share a beautiful UF. Prefer serious student 17500/mo disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
like roommate to help rent apt. or share Modern mirror/chrome end table $40.
3bdrm 2bth for Fall Across from campui. 1/2 utll.! Call Lisa 373-1339/leav 373-9926 for more Info.
your place Est expenses $200 eac 1/2 338-0752 7-19-3-6
210/mo + 1/3 util.' Call 336.0411 Iv. m.... util. B.Y.O. BDR ..t. No pets, please menag 7-31-5-5
7-24-6-5 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
Call 335.5153. 7.19.2.5 M now or fall. Small furnished apt In brands are all at our New Location! Car OAKTREE SHADZ: SNGLASESRay

Large Bedroom 4BR 2 Bath home Walk Wanted female roommate, 3bdr/2ba large home close to UF w/priv. entrance, Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- Ban $35, Vuarnet $45, Boll $40, etc.

UF/city quiet want serious student $159 home, large yard, quiet neighbors, near bath, cable, quiet, clean, patio, no pets, 2070. 8-20-25-6 Call 335-6450 to save your money. 7-31-
mo $100 Security plus util 377.0165. 7- Food Lion, 15 mm from campui. Furnished in non-party atmo. $225/mo util. 378- 5-6
2016. 7-19-2-5 MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376-1146'
250mo 3717073. 7.24.4-5
Married couple looking for roommate. No Edltor'i choice Hewlett Packard BICYCLES

drugs or smoking Friendly, Indpnt, Gd it needs quiet M/NS to share 2 bd, 1 ...Need responsible F NS for own Northgat Price lower than mallorder.Systems Bicycle mechanic Mill 10 bikes from $25to
bdr Kit Ir below, Include t 1mb, 40mb $50. Most are '10 speed racing sty I..
clean. Sep. entrance, ft ba 1/2 bath townhouse 4 ml. to UF, 170 1/2 bed share bath In 3/2 In Vizcaya. $158mo
pool priV. Small pets OK. $175/mo util! ut. Call Vahak, pm 335.0599, am 392. 1/3/ util. begin fall; roommates studious ((28ms), graphics monitor. MC 286/12 Alex 336-1972. 7-26-4-6
Call 377-0422 aft 7pm. 7.31.7.5 0571. 7-17-2-5 yet fun; 375.6060 must .... 7-19- $1195, MC 386SX $1495, Northgate
2.5 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge laptop w/40 MOVING SALE

POLOS: FINS own bd/ba In 3/3. w/d, A house! F needed to pay $185 ft 1/3/ MB hd & battery 12395. 1 & 2 year war Sofa sleeper sofa, b&w TV, book shelves
micro, vaulted cell., view of pool, volley utilities. We have a dog but he'll love you! Male Chriatian, own rm, 2br/1ba/ townhouse ranties. Onsite warrantiei. Panasonic and more. Mult 1111. Call 373-1625' between -
ball ft tennis cti Call Dana 335. You can smoke, we don't caret! We need near UF/VA, $ 55/mo + 1/2 utll, 1180 printer $185, HP Later Jet Up 10 am ft 7 pm For more Info. 7-19-
5990.... 7-25-5-5 you! Call 373.3773 Prontoll!! 7-19-3-5 dep neg 336.6237 after 6 pm. 8-9.8-5 $1049.3743 W. University Ave. 8-9-12-6
Panasonic DXOOOO, Racing 10 ip

M or F N/S for Fall Mill Run twnhs 2BR, ...m/f for own bdrm In nice house. F N/S. Christian wanted to share 2 bd/1/ Crimeitopper Car Alarms, K.40 Radar Detectors Shlmano SLR105 component, all white,
1 1/2bath, furn, wish/dry, pool. Serious W/d, Jacuzzi, fncd yd pets ok. 7 min to ba with tarn*. Available August takeover Sherwood, Saniul, Sony, Orion, excellent condition new $600 sacrifice at
upperclassman preferred $240/mo. Sean UF Cent air Sum $150 ft/or fall $160 half lease. Call Jennifer 374-8586 Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat $295 Yakima car racks w// locks, blk bike
336-9751 7-24-5 1/3 utl. 3361380. 7-24-4-5 or 375.8484 ext. 369. 7-19-2-5 All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6 tray, mint cond, new $250 tell for $150
336-9097. 7-17-1-6

Need neat/clean female nil for F rmmt. needed for fall/spring Own bdr M/F roommate 2bd/l ba/ASAP ** Bran- CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
fall for 2 Br/2 Ba part. furn. In great house 1 blk. from UF. Please dywine/pool/laundry/iaunall I am an any car truck or van fully guaranteed will For Sale: Used Items: double bed-$70r
apt. Aloha Garden $200/mo. + call Jennifer Iv. menage 3713949. 7- open-minded ten./UF call Jen at 336- demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes TV and VCR holder-$40; both In good condition -
1/2 ut. Call Dawn 374-8179. 7.24-5.5 285-5 0747 leave met. 7-24-3-5 sage. 8-20-21-6, Call Kelley at 375-3477 today) 7-
24-3-6
M/F NS for own rm in 3B/2B apt. Start ***M/F for 2bdr/2ba condo for fall lem,
2 fun
free value 7.00.
outgoing girls are looking for a $550.00 in coupons only
1/3 util. Walk close to bike / TWIN BED FOR SALE GOOD DEAL AT
fall. $215 mo. + to campui. campui, can 1/2 utilities
share Free haircut wash cocktails.
roomie to a 3 bdrm apt- own pizza, car ,
7173.5 loiecdep. Call 371-3358. $30 CALL 376-0877 LEAVE MESSAGE.
Call Chris 3710707. 7-19-2-5
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room/bath movie beer lunches Call
Windmdwi female nil call 336- rentals, more.

6393. .5Completely Cool "M/F needed for summer w/ option 372-1476. 7-17-5-6 Modern furniture > cream coffee tbl/end tbl

HUNDREDSof for fall. Hop skip & a jump to campus, $100; blk wall unit $75; blk desk $50;
Ceramic-Art Student
roommates at your fingertips. We can furn. townhouse *M- telling pottery wood/gl coffee tbli/end ibis perl.
own room, $162 50 + 1/4 util, 375-6162.
help you find that Ideal roommate FAST. archwood* pool, micro, wsh/dry. Fall & 7-19-2-5 wmdchlmei, and Jewelry. Call 336-3858, (Burdme'l) pd 800 $400 OBO. 336-
Gator Rental Fmderi UF Plaza. 336- Spring and/or/ summer $220/mo 1/3 util. please leave a message. 7-17-5-6 1072. 7-26-4-6
9349. 8-20-11-5 ities. Craig 335-0145-no pen. 7.26.5.5
Seriously need FN-S roommate to look
for 2bdr/2ba (turn apt In Brandywin or I
Looking for F, prefer underclassman to Need M rmmt. to share master bdr in Regency Oaks for call
mid-aug now -
share 2/2 apt at Piccadilly Apti from 2bdr/2ba apt. Avail. Aug. 15, Call Ron 334 -9449. 7-31-5-5 DAILY' CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
Aug. 20. Phone In Chi. 312.549.3320, in 3357539. 7.24.3.5

VT 802.464-6182. 7.19.3.5 F N/S Rm to share 2br/2ba/ house for rest 6 FOR SALE by Trude Michel Jaffe

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ACROSS 5 Ardent admirer 41 Yield 57 Horse of a
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Stereo, complete high end system T.rmlnallor sale. Works on ISE CIRCA 2/1 home for sale by owner 2549 NW 54 85 Toyota 4x4 Good Condition Many Extras SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
Nakamlchl. Rockford Sony CD. G 4 S, NERDC etc. Quit spending all your timeat Blvd., asking 48600. Work: 336-2435 $7000 OBO 374-8979 Ask for Steve Get confld.ntlalteallng and treatment at
EPI clarity with a punch $3000 Invested CSE and Well. 378.0858. Leave m... Home: 3351760. Ask for Diane. 7-31-' 7-17-2-9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881.' 8-
$1200 firm. Cm hear, no pieces 332- sage. CHEAPII 7-19-4-6 4.7 20-25-11"

5750 alter 6 pm. 7-26-4-6 1477 Honda Civic S-speed, 2 door,
BIKE SALE Asurn mtge No qualifying low down on AM'FM equalizer Reliable, looks & runs GATOR MOVING **
Queen size bed &frame,3 bar stools,king Large selection of used quality bikes. 2br l/2ba' Townhouse near UF and bus good. $700 for quick sale. Call 378-
size headboard bookcase, window New ATB bikes at good prices Gator line must see Call 3351550. 7-31-5-7 5396. 7-19-2-9 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1-
drapes roll-up shades, please call 332- Cycle 3321' SW Archer Road. 373.3962 Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves Long dis.
8-9-10-6 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill/ 374-4791.' 8-20-25-11
5890. 7-19-2-6 NISSAN PULSAR'87 RED t-tops,32,000
8 MOTORCYCLES
ml., extended warranty excel, cond.,
25 color remote control tv, sofa dresserw KRAMER & WASHBURN. Julie 376-4795. 6-2-6-8 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons -
/ mirror, mattress w/box springs, all in Black KRMR w/locking Floyd Rote 1986 Kawasaki KE,100 Enduro, perfect for boarding woodser facilities A
good cond., call lor price. 373-3351. 7- WSHBRN bass w/active/ EMG's. $200 campus parking runs great w/helmet, '82 VW Rabbit gold 'like new 50,000 hay rides A parties sales A working
, 24-36 each obo. Call Joe 3350825. 7.17.3.6 $500 OBO. 336-9557. 7-17-5-8 miles, $2600, 336-6470. 7-26-4-9 students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.
8-20-25-11'

Car stereo equ. alpine 7287 deck Sony MOVING. MUST SELL MOPED '1988 TOMOS 2-speed automatic FORD BRONCO XLT 1989
rem. disk BA 726 speakers 4 Chan alpine bed $15, small frig $30 hammock $40 oil injection always covered, absolute Excellent condition, must sell) Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms.
amp (w/cover), 2x10 punch subs In box, dining table $'0. Call Megan 3327515.' mint condition. $375 Iv msg 373-5165.' 16,700 miles for $$13.700 or best offer. Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or
alarm, call Frank at 375-8127 or 338- 7-26-5-6 7-19-58' Dave 331-1230. 7-24-3-9 Highway Patrol 462-5127 462-4311 8-
0681. 7-19-2-6' 20-22-11
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Bedroom ensemble 0 2 dressers, nightstand cmplt$160' Ig desk $65 big scrn tv $150, 9 AUTOS 10 WANTEDLocal *SUNBELT MOVING*
bookcase, full length mirror. Practically drplf table $45 golf clbs $40 all neg 3361380 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
new $175. Call now 3364917. 7-24-4-6. '79 Monte Carlo only $800 obo. Must Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng diet
7-26-4-6. ., sell, good condo 2-door auto power Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle'a Fine Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375- -
FOR SALE Schwinn 10-speed am/fm IIc. 2 new tires, 130k miles, 373- Jewelry' 3739243. 8-20-25-10 MOVE. 8-20-21-11
Moving 0 rattan sleeper' love seat col. Continental 2 $65 and 6520. 7-17-4-9

table, 2 end tables- 800; stereo135; SUNN guitar amp, 100 watt Wanted: CarsTrucksFor Hunter Showbarn now accepting students
desk70; row mch- 65; morecall 377- 2 channels for $350. 3761359. 7-31-6-6 Salvage, running/not running, Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding
red w/
Turbo 300zx '1985 t-tops Sspd,
3450 eve. 7-28-4-6 wrecked etc. 371-1576.
working students accepted Farrell
tan bra all options runs and looks great
We and More. 8-9-15-10
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7 REAL ESTATETreehouse Farms
472-3142.' 7-31-10-11"
Sols and' chair $100' obo. Double bed low miles, must sell fast $6800. John

w/lrame $60 obo; also endtables, 377-8510' anytime. 7-17-4-9 WANTED Camero 1982 to 19S6 for half hr HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm &
Village. Like-new 2 BR 2 BA
barstools and dresser. Call 3354145. examination. Will pay call 375-8710 men-
Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care &
condo. turn bus
Fully to Univ. $49,900.
Leave message. 7-26-4-6 Marie 3778899. Watson Realty 7- MUSTANG. CANDY APPLE RED '978, lion case no 90026. 7-17-5-10 facilities. '15 min from UFI Jan 3767762.
Corp.
looks great am/fm cassette, air, need to 89-8-11"
Small sofa recliner end tables cocktail 19-8-7 ..lIla.t. $1000' obo. Call 375-1530.' 7- WANTED female around 135 Ib 5'3" for

table,lamps. Good condition. $350. Call 19-5-9 engineering study, half hr photographingwith Precision machine shop personalizedfast
Rent Option to buy, modern 3 br 2 ba Will call 375-6710 mention
373-5586. 7-17-5-6' car. pay service- used by many UF depts. For
home tarn c/a w/d/ turn fenced
Irg rm part '
82 OLDS Omega 4dr 6cyl auto, ps, pb, case no 90026. 7-17-5-10 students & profs. Let AC&T help, call
low 50's finance NW
yard owner 3311" 18 $1200. Call after
Trek 760 series, 56 cm, campy equipped ST Call collect 3059314005. 7-17-5-7 5pm 3355420. 7-1-!- 371-2112. 7-31-6-11
5-9 American wants to learn Haitian-Creole,
excellent cond., $375 firm, Call Ross 376-
call collect J. McKinney 19045435113.'
6141.' 7-17-4-6 Why rent? You can own this 1BR/1BA, 717310CASH FREE*
upstairs unit at PARKSIDE. Owner financing SUZUKI SAMURAI -ST soft top. In perfect Pregnancy Test
Nice Furniture: sleeper sofa matching condition, must seal! Call: 3750394. Gainesville Women's
walk to class Available immediately FOR YOUR BIKE We pay top dollar
loveseat, endtable, coffee table, kitchen 7-19-5-9 HEALTH
23500. JEFFREY SIEGEL for cruisers and Mtn Bikes. Bikes and CENTER
table w/4/ chairs & bar. $980 Must seal Realtor 373-6063, 8-20-13-7' 720 NW 23rd Avenue
More 2133' NW 6th St. 3736574. 7-26-
336-6113 7-17-2-6 '1988 MAZDA GXL. Loaded red, 5..p..dsun 377-5055

CHILDCARE/ CENTER Fully equipped. rool. 17,000 original miles. $'5.000 4-10 ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
WHEELS and TIRES 377-6451.'. Leave message. 7.17.3-
BIRTH CONTROL
Excellent opportunity. AAA Condition.Well 9 BUYING NINTENDO games $10 to $20.
Chrome excellent shine with mounted and established Owner will train. JEF. Also/ buying comic books. Call Adam at Gynecology ServicesTYPING
balanced like new tires $250 495-3980 FREY E. SIEGEL Realtor 3736063. 7- 3351855.717110
.373-3167.. 7-19-4-6 19-6-7 AMC JEEP CJ7 Renegade '1980, 4 cyl
New clutch brakes, and tires. Runs
great. Must sell. $,8000bo. Call Jeff 11 SERVICESNW
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3347100. 7-24-5-9

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Escort Wagon '86 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Business A Legal A Personal Reports
AIF Automatic transmission $20.10% disc to students. 3328917. 8- Term Papers A Typeset Resume A Etc.
Good condition 20-25-11, G'ville Handicapped Typing
$2.700 OBO 392.0'111,454.4703.' 7-24- 3787179.

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Ford Escort'83. It blue, 5 speed In excellent Typing A reports A business F129H' '

condition. 75K ml., many new parts, '1233 NW 10th Ave. legal A resumes A cassettes transcribed
runs great) $1500' or best Susan 373- 372.1664 A applications A letters A notary ..tc.
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1983 Merc. Marquis runs great automatic Member Classlfleds. .
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& sell service computing. Typing starts @ WordPerfect spell checked $1 1.50 a page EARN $35 Certification as an advanced Registered plications for the fall semester. Dishwashers
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with this coupon. Study while you donateor Physician's Assistant in accordance with 3:00.5:00: : Mon.Thur, Must be 21 or older.
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papers special characters employ Blood Plasma Center. Est. 1969. Florida Statutes 458. Salary Is negotiable. 7-26-5-13
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238 SW 4th Ave.- 378-9431. M-Th 8.7 REV Is hiring for fall Bartenders,
WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC 8 9-
Frl 8-5 Sat 82. 82025.13
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& Must t be a graduate of an accredited college cleanup wanted. Exp. pref. 6 E. Univ.
Typing/Word Processing. Quality depend DESKTOP PUBLISHINGNow Need 15 bucks with a Doctorate's Degree, with at M-TH 124. 7-26-4-13
able service Reasonable rates. Laser accepting applications for typesetters least one year of supervisory Internship
printer. 377-8175 III 00pm.: 82025.12 for Alligator Editorial Production. Involves ? experience and 2 years of professional EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI ASSEMBLE
laying out and typesetting articles today experience. Salary is negotiable. PRODUCTS AT HOME. CALL
Word Processing. Typing Bkkping & Notary on desktop equipment each night. Good An easy, relaxing way to pick up cashall FOR INFORMATION. 504-641-8003
Grad school exp Prof quality 15 experience for graphlc/art/journalism majors that's required Is a plasma donation. We REGISTERED NURSE EXT. 3115 7-17-1-13
yrs exp Spelling ckd. NW section or others with similar Interest. Experience pay $15 for your tat 4 donations & special Must be Florida licensed or eligible. Sal
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and/or Ventura Publisher preferred, but month. Come in today!
TYPING- Near Butler Plaza. Fast, accurate not required. Evening hours, flexible Alpha Plasma Centers. Forward resumes to or call: Cross City
service Call 373.0'34. 8202512. schedule. You must be available for 9 SW 1st St. Corr.ctlonallnltltutlon, Personnel Dept.,
training now through August 10, and Gainesville 378.9204 PO Box)( 1500, Cross City, FL 32628-1500.
Put It In Writing. Fast accurate, reliable available to work this fall. Fill out an application 8-20-23-13 ((904)498-5576) ext 125 EOE/AA./ 7-17-6-
service Masters in English will check at 1105 W. Univ. Ave., 9-4 pm. 13
spelling and edit. 24 hrs 373-1937 69- Specify "Editorial Production.* No phone INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FBI, CIA, US
24.12 calls, please. AA/EOE. Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call Dancers wanted no experience needed
1(80S-687-6000( ) Ext. K-6466. 7.17.6-13 will train earn 600 weekly apply In person
Pickup/Del./ Typing and wordproc. near NEWSPAPER after 7pm Trader's 2212 S.W. 13th St.
campus. Dependable, quality service. PRODUCTIONNow GIRLS WANTED 7-31-9-13 Anniversary
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol From Jacksonville & surrounding areas,
373-4464 82022.12 accepting applications for paste-up between the ages of 9.I g, to compete In Carpenters, painters, plumbers. Own 6th
for Alligator Editorial Production. Good
this year's Miss Pre-Teen, Jr. Teen & tools, car a must. College Park Apts. SALE !
We Beat Everybody's PricelllResumesLettersReports' experience for graphlc/art/journallsm ma- Teen 1990 Jacksonville Pageants. Over
411 NW 15th St. 3717777. 7.17.5.13
etc. jors or others with similar interest. Experience 15000.00 In prizes & scholarships Including -
Alachua Word Processing preferred, but not required. an all expense paid trip to Nationals GUARANTEED WORKI TOP PAY I HON-
376-5465 Established since 1985 Evening hours, flexible schedule. You In Orlando, Fl. Call for Information EST/LEGITIMATEI Assemble products
8.20.21.12 must be available for training now through 1-800-345-2330. 2111. 7-17-1-13 at home 904-686-3634 ext 4110 7-17-1-,
August 10, and available to work this fall.
...RESUMES*** Fill out an application at 1105 W. Univ. BE ON T.V. many needed for commer Rental Agent own car, sales personality a Register to win a gift certificate
Complete writing & development services Ave., 9-4 pm. Specify "Editorial Produc- cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting must College Park Apts 411 NW 15 St. and glamour photo session from
Resume House 3718148. 89. tion." No phone calls, please. AA/EOE. Info. Call ((615)779-7111) Ext. T235. 7- 371-7777. 7243.13
17-1-13 Mike Shea Photography
Typing/Wordprocessmg. WordPerfect AVON 375-8967 Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par-
5.1. quality work, fast results low rates Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. Part time sales' position, earn $600/week, ticipate new drug study for treatment of US W. University (Across from Taco Boll)
dependable, personal service. Tara 332- B.nehtslnsuranc.. 8.20.25.13 easy & fun, call Stan, 18006348126. athlete's foot. Call 331-5379. 8.9.8.13
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Plus Notes Are you an A student, do WORK: Part time. Will train. Foods and Vitamins $ COLLEGE MONEYI Private Scholarships CASH FOR FAST TIMES

you take excellent note, why not earn Mature person wanted. Prefer GVL resident Birkenstock Sandals. You receive minimum of 8 private Best Jewelry & Loan 371GEMS.
while you 'learn? Interested please call UF Freshman or Soph. Good phone Sunflower Health Foods sources or your money refunded! Guar 8201016EYE
371-6954. We are looking lor the following voice and personality a must. Some 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 anteed! COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP LO-

classes ADV 3000, APB 2150 APB Sales ability. Must work some eveningsand 8-20-25-15 CATORS, PO Box 1881, Joplin MO EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease

2151 AMH 2010 AST 1002, CCJ 3024 weekends Call Marc at 377-0081, 84802-1881, 4176240362. 8-20-22-15 treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum,
CHM 2040. COM 1000, ECO 3100, GEO 7-17-2-13 PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get immediate. optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 376-1288.
2200 GEO 2201 GLY 1000, MGF 1202 test results from a reliable source MOVING? Why rent and move yourself 8-20-25-16

PSY 2013 PUR 3000 RTV 3000, SOP Attention p.rlecllor students M-F 5:30: PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8- when I can move you ,for less? Anytime

2513. STA 3013, STA 3023. and we need 30pm: phone sales, hourly wages plus 20-25-15 Anywhere! Save starving student! 335- WE BUY AND PAWN

the following Summer C courses BSC bonus. Friendly atmosphere. Alter 1 pm 4540. 8-9-20-15 Gold SlIv.r.Dlamond..JewelryRolex.
NEED LOW COST BIRTH ?
2010, CHM 2041, CHM 2046 and OMB 378-3238. 7-24-4-13 CONTROL *TV'*Stereos*VCR's
Get special' student discounts on exams
3600. 7-12-4-13 SKYDIVE TOP CASH PAIDII
and all PLANNED
SWIMSUIT MODELS supplies at PARENT-
Skydive with the Willlston Skydivers 336- Best Jewelry & Loan 371-4367
HOOD. 377-0881. 8-20-25.15
SKEETERS now hiring experiencedcooks figure models wanted for prof 7970. 6-20-18-15 8.20-10-16

,waits, cashiers, bus people &dish photographer's portfolio no exp. nee, PO

washers. Apply In person at 2601 NW 13 Box 24171 Gnivlle 32602. 7.26.513BUSINESS Call Permanent Katie at Hair Omega Removal Electrolysis, Inc. for Stringing at EZ Tennis ready within 24 hrs EZ Loans with approved collaterel. Call

St. or 2010 SW 34 St. 7-19-6-13 Info about the PERMANENT removal of Cheaper, better ft faster than most the Cash Hotline. Your Buddy Richard will
Stores. Period. 372-2257. 8-9-15-15 take care of you. Best Jewelry & Loan.
NEEDED unwanted facial ft body hair. 374-4307.
SECRETARY Cash formnything. 371-4367. 8-20-10-18
lor office work. Job Includes answering 82025.15
How many stores will sell shoes for
phones filing computer entry, some 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS good GAY? BIT QUESTIONING?
STUDENTS GET CASKS $2999 1. EZ Tennis 372-2257 EZ
2.
Call ELITE 335-1300..
bookkeeping. 719613 GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hr.InloRelerralCon.ullatlon .
terminals For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's Tennis 34th St Plaza 3. EZ Tennis of
& pc's, buy. sell, 8-20-25-16
372-1228.211 W. Univ.Ave.-next to Central Gainesville. 6-9-15-15
trade, rent ft repair. Great prices, QUALITY
RENTAL AGENT for College Park Apts. CDCS 818 W Unly. 3380378. 8-20- City. 82025.15 SPAIN When the heat la on
STUDY ABROAD
must be a sales, tiger& have own car. 411. 25-14 and It's bucks you need.Be.1 ,
College credit. University of Salamanca
SAVE ON RAYBANS
NW 15th St.371-7777 7-17-5-13 Jewelry and Loan
SUMMER SPECIAL: 75. wash GATOR University Opticians Live w/Spanlsh family. Academic programs your requests we will heed.

Ann: Christmas lovers. Would you like a GROOMERI Located next to UniversityPost 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 available year-round. Free Bro 8-20-10-16
chure. CONTACT 2802 E.
part-time job averaging $8/hr? A debt- Office 1818 NW 1st Ave. 7-31-8-14 82025.15 : BSA
Madison, Suite *160 Seattle WA 98112.
free Christmas. Call 495-9442.. 717413 Best Jewelry & Loan
NEED A CAREER CHANGE AUTO INSURANCEVERY ((206)) 7261498. 7-26-10-15 Largest Pawnshop In Town!

Unrivalled opportunity In service Industries LOW PRICES 371-4367
HELP needed on HORSE FARM. Must be (long distance, travel, merchandise Students welcome! Call today Sunshine 50% off aerobic wear sale- tights, tops, BUY 4s SELL 0 LOAN PAWN
tanks, briefs. Selection Includes items for
exp. Full or Part time stable keeping. 15 catalogs). Explosive growth California State Ins. 371-9696. 8.20.25.15GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI 8-20-10-16
ladies & men! EZ Tennis 372-2257 34 St.
mln from UF. $3.80/hr Jan 376-7762. 7- company requires 5 energetic representatives
17-5-13 who have entrepreneurial spirit and Plz. 8-9-15-15 WM. 26, looking for other dudes, masculine

have a desire to be financially independent 1800 Gun Inventory FAMILY (trot). Reply with phone abd photo to
Paying $200 to qualified volunteers to while continuing their studies. Call Over 500 handguns In stock CHIROPRACTIC UF Boxholder PO Box 12696, Gainesville
1977
Serving since
participate In drug study for treatment of Michael 377-1954 H893038. 7-12-2-14. Buy, Sell Trade, Repair Most Insurance accepted 32604 7-19-6-16
sun fungus (Tines Versicolor) Call 331. Reloading Supplies 466-3340
2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.
5379. 82011.13 SALES OPPORTUNITY. Learn how a Harry Beckwlth Gun Dealer Dr. Steven Schargel SALE SALE SALE
28yr old college student made S7 million 8 mi. South of G'ville on 441
.373-7070 TVs $25 & VCR's $85 &
Part-time, entry lever pos. for magazine. In 3yre with N.S.A. Tu, July 17, 3 ALSO INDOOR PISTOL RANGE 8-20-21-15 up. up
CD $79 & Gold $10 &
Filing Ight typing wp exp. helpful. Must p.m. 7:30: p.m. Reitz Union B-72 Mike HANDICAP FACILITIES players up. upBeat
ft Loan 371-4387J
have prof phone voice & be organized. 336-6839. 7-17-2-14 Jewelry
Unique slogans on 100% cotton T-shirts. 6-20-10-16
N/S./ 3753705. Ask for Tracl 9-12 am Pricebuster shoe saleladies and men!
ADULT THEMES. For free catalog PO
M-F. 731713INTELLIGENCE Tennis, running cross-tralnlng-greit selection
15 PERSONALS Box 60585 Ft. Meyers FL 33905 7-19-7- GWM 26, UF student, athleticrunnerseeks
from $29+, EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza
same for Nautilus workout parln.r.Reply .
6-9-15-15
JOBS Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great THE MESSIAH OF ISRAEL FOR AN INSPIRATIONAL with phone to Box 15122, Gvllle

FBI. CIA, US Customs, DEA etc. Now prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical Dear MESSAGE DIAL 378- 32604. 7-19-4-16
Kathy,
Hiring. Call ((1)805) 687-6000 Ext. K- 3359. 7-26-4-15
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1
It at Let's Get
was gre.tto see you Phys
9486. 82011.13
WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH.
block from Ala Gen. 8.20.25.15jFREEDELIVERYFREEl
ical. That's cool that
you can get one
AT YOUR FINGERTIPSI! Beat 371-GEMS. 8-20-10-16
year free membership for signing a year .
Put the world at your fingertips.World .
lease at The Frederick. One bedrm.
Book Encyclopedia is now avail for ATTENTION: Student Loans on any-
starts at $300. Call 372-7555.
IBM ft compatibles) thlngll No one refused with good collat

Chips Sally 377-1690. 8-20-13-15 eral. Best Jewelry & loan Pawnbroker.
Bag 7-17-16-15
523 NW 3rd Ave. 3714367. 8-20-10-U
I l.-- $1.50 OFF 251b or more wash dry fold
with to dinners Sale 'ladies' tennis .
go I on clothingshorts,
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shirts, skirts 25%off I Great selectionEZ
Coin Laundry 1620 W University. Air conditioned When the tide seems too high.We'r. .
1J ((1-24)) Tennis 34 St Plaza 3722257. 8915.15 -
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GO color tv ft video games 372- your summer

1 TO 1 Dear Barbara 9178 7-26-7-15 20-10-16 your blues will be all sky!

1 i 374-8100 1 Sorry I missed you during the week break MEAL DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich special
but while I In I found
was town my place w/free/ 16 oz drink BAGELS UNLIMITED GOLD GOLD GOLD

.1:1J1a Limited Delivery Area for the summer & fall. Frederick Gardensat 1620 W Unlv open 7am to 6pm. 7-26-7- We buy your old GOLDII!!
1 ., .1 1130 SW 16 Ave. They even have $ WE PAY CASH $
"'' taft\'v l-J How. ,11 Lm.lo 1 .m. Ii!) some reduced ratea for the summer. Call
4P :\ ALL PIZZA'ED OUT? 371-4367 Best Jewelry & Loan
L l t\.V .. offer not valid w/other -11 1 today at 3727555. Try the 'fresh taste of Mexico delivered to

offer ends 10-90 | Love you, your doorl EL TORO TO GO 3748100. GUN SALEII

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Looking for something to do? Alley KatzIs

the place for you. Bowling mini golf FAST CASH for your good TV's, stereo's,
The Board of DirectQrs of and lounge Call 373-3833 for info. 8-9- vcr's, cameras or anything! Best Jewelry
ft Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-4367 8-20-

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CONNECTIONSYou LOST & FOUNDFound

a pair ol prescription glasses on
need the moneyto corner ol Univ. & Buckman by student A SHARP IDEA.
do what will.
you parking square frames Call Donnie at
Rich at Best Jewelry and Loan 3346831. 7.19.3.20
has the cash lor those bills.

8-20-10-16 FOUND: Pair ol glasses In Iront ol CSE.
Call to ID 3355761. 7192.20
27 yr old SWM, enjoys buying gold, cash- 4
Ing checks & making loans. Looks lor discreet FOUND: Florida Driver's License In SAVE
rel. Best Jewwlry & Loan, North-South Commuter lot on 7/12. Call to
3714367. 8-20-10-16 ID. 335-5633 7-24-3-20

When you're stuck out in Oz FOUND: Male dog with black ft white o.
and you need cash to get home, blotches, looks like chow/collie mix, about
click your heels three times 30 Ibs Found 7/12 behind Joe's Deli on 10%
and 8.20.10.18 think ol Best Jewelry & loan. University Call 3753985. 7-24-3-20

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18 RIDES
in the
45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp/ $30 o/w 5 yrs. of .Ci.hee, ENNiR.qu.n ..ah.es.Reelnnging
wkly Fri/Sun/ bus trips. Pets ok pkg trans. 610.1 Fr e. r..ryeey '
ported. GMG trans 3367026305266./ Weapne Regency Pl.il 34lh t Univ. alligatorDEADLINE
3788. 8-20-15-18 Nea l 10 OoI..vllle Health t FlIne..
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Offer ride to South California. All expenses .
paid except your food & person''
als. For more Info call Jackie. 336-3909
7.19.4.18

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Need ride to Chicago or St. Louis around rpy
Aug 8. Will pay. Call Michele 3348852. IngAlterations -Edition -
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19 PETS r Dressmaking Wednesday Monday

Same Day Aug. 15.1990 Aug. 27, 1990
PLEASE HELP need home for playful
greyhound. Male, black, 1 1/2 yrs. Needs serviceUpstairs
home w/yard/ to play, Call for info; 377

5192. 7-17-4-19 Call your rep today for details 376-4482

Boa Constrictor 4 1/2 It, very tame, vivid 1636 W. Untv.
markings, w/tank/ SiSO/obo./ Call Paul
378.1359 alter 6pm. 7-24-4-19

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Keepers?
.If/you find something, you can place a
FREE ad in this section. Be kind to some
Out the Town
one FIND.who lost what you lound. Call 373- on

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FOUND: Small light brown female puppy ,
with collar & leash attached. Approx 3 ? .
mos 4827 old, 7.19.3.20 in Oxford Manor apts. Call 378 JS:


FOUND the best Mexican load north ol 44Advertise rc '
the borderl I It's right here in Gainesville & for Food so Good( ;" ;
they deliver. EL TORO TO GO, 1203 SW .
16th Ave. 3748100. 8.7.10.20 t",. .'".J"<'\ ,
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FOUND piece ol jewelry call 334-6449. ?, .
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TUESDAY,JULY 17,1990.ALLIGATOR,19-,.
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'KEMPfrom winning streak. Kemp was named son, Kemp suffered a stress-frac! regular jam session with Janet I do take seriously."
the Millrose Athlete of the Meet. tured fibula.Unaware of the injury, Jackson
page 20 In the meantime, however,
One week later Kemp won the Kemp ran the next week,winningthe "I'm a video fanatic,"Kemp said. Kemp will gladly settle for the
but run all year,"Kemp said."This Barnett Bank 200 and 400,clocking Florida Relays 400. "I'm in my room all day, singingand cover of Sports Illustrated. After
year I did enough to win the personal indoor bests in both. "After the Relays,I couldn't com- dancing with Janet Jackson." winning an Olympic gold medal in
smaller races, and I was more prepared Then came the SEC Indoors, plete my workouts because of the Kemp won't perform on MTV 1992, for example."Oh .
for the big ones." where he defended his 400 crown pain, the swelling," Kemp said. "I any time soon, but don't be sur-
and anchored UF's champion mile went to Shands and found out how prised to find the muscular 21-year. yeah,that's definitely in the
Kemp was well prepared for one relay team. bad it was." old on the cover of GQ magazinesome plans. That's one of my goals,"
real biggie, the 83rd Millrose But his season turned sour It was bad enough to keep Kemp day. Kemp said.That'll be my last year
Games in New York, where he shortly afterward. While riding a from qualifying for the NCAA Out "Everyone's always telling me I of eligibility.I don't know if I wantto
snapped former American record. moped in the Virgin Islands,site of. door 400 finals. He did not, how should send some of my picturesin run my senior year or just train
holder Antonio McKay's 17-meet UF's first meet of the outdoor sea- ever, let it keep him from his ,"Kemp said."It's something that for the Olympics."




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NCAA-style Former UF




justice on its coach Hall




way to UFHey finds a jobAlligator


NCAA, let's stop fooling around, M Staff Report

shall we? Off with Galen Hall's head. It's not exactly a prestigious position, but
Yeah, he's been out of your way since for Galen Hall it's a another crack at colle-
UF showed him the door months ago, but giate football.
.there's got to be some way to punish that Hall, UF's head football coach from 1984-
rule breaker.Take away his golf clubs. How 1989,joins Penn State and Joe Paterno's staffas
about no more cable for the Hall house- an unpaid graduate assistant for the

hold? Nittany Lions, it was announced last week.
The nerve, giving his assistant coaches Hall returns to his alma mater, where he
cash bonuses. Out of his own pocket, no played quarterback from 1959-61. He started

less.Leave the last two seasons, leading Penn State to
the generosity to Disney flicks and bowl wins both years.
Dr. Seuss books, Galen. There's no room Hall compiled a 41-18-1 record at UF before
for it in major college athletics. resigning under pressure last season. His

.691 winning percentage was the best for aUF
Gregg Doyel coach since 1923-24,when General James
BLEACHER VanFleet guided the Gators to a 12-34 mark.
BUM f The day after UF beat Louisiana State 16-13

in Baton Rouge, Hall was forced to resign

Although UF's 1990 list of NCAA rules after admitting he broke two NCAA rules-
violations pales in comparison to the giving cash bonuses to two assistant coachesand
charges of 1984 charges that led to UF's providing transportation to safety Jarvis
football team being placed on two years' Williams so the former Gator standout could

probation here's one vote for the death pay child support.
penalty. The NCAA charged Hall with giving Williams

Fry those suckers. Make Steve Spurrier, f cash for the child support, a charge
}Huey Richardson and the rest of UF's football Af''A ad F 4 Hall denies.
team pay for the crimes of Hall and his Since then, Hall had remained in Gaines-
assistants.They may be long gone now,but ALLIGATOR PHOTO ville, occasionally visiting schools and seek
some one has to suffer. UF's Tyrone Kemp has his sights set on Barcelona, site of the 1992 Olympic ing a coaching job. In a statement releasedby
After all, consider the serious nature of Penn State, Paterno said Hall had paid his
the crimes. dues."I .
One graduate assistant gave then-UF Games.UF's have known Galen since I first recruitedhim
football player Jarvis Williams a ride to Iemp eyes goldBy in 1958," Paterno said. "He made some
Palatka so the All-American defensive back mistakes at Florida,but I believe he has been
could pay child support, reportedly withHall's penalized sufficiently and deserves a chanceto
at UF with shin splints. "
and with his life.
money. GREGG DOYEL regroup get on
Child support? It's not enough that illicit Alligator Staff Writer Refreshed from the year-long rest, Several schools expressed interest in Hall,
transportation occurred. Now it's a sex Kemp dominated the collegiate 400 in but shied away because of the NCAA probe
Midway through the final day of the 1989, winning the NCAA indoor title and
scandal. It's worse than was first thought. into the UF athletic program.
1990 SEC Indoor Championships, UF second in the NCAA
And Galen,there you go again. What did finishing outdoor Hall, who majored in physical education
we tell you about generosity? If that child sophomore Tyrone Kemp was slumpedface final. He also swept the indoor and out while at Penn State, must take six hours of
down on an O'Connell Center train- door SEC titles the world's
recording
needs to be supported, tell him to get job. classes to serve as graduate assistant
ing table, exhausted and in pain. second and third fastest times along the
Throw the book, NCAA. Not enough? Hall coached two years at West Virginiaand
Kemp had just won the 400-meter title way.
There's more. 18 at Oklahoma, serving as offensive
Former assistant coach Larry Kirksey in U.S. collegiate-record time,but the IVs "I didn't expect it to come that fast,but coordinator for one of the country's most
jammed into his arms made celebrating a .I never doubted it, I will say that," Kemp
1980's before
loaned$100 of a Gator booster's money to explosive offenses of the early ,
Octavius Gould so the running back couldgo 45.78 quarter-mile impossible. Runningthat said. "I knew something remarkable was being named offensive coordinator under
fast hurts, as Kemp was rudely dis- going to happen because I came back
home for Christmas. After the break then-UF coach Charlie Pell in 1984.
Gould repaid the loan to Kirksey, who covering. from the break so focused." Pell resigned under pressure three games
*promptly returned the $100 to the booster. Besides, his day was only half over. Kemp focused on more than the 400. into 1984, and Hall took over, leading the
But that's not the point. Money was "They told me after the race I had an He also anchored the Gators' NCAA Gators to eight straight victories as UF fin-
passed, goods received. Hey, coach Spur. ear infection. It always hurts after a race, champion 1600-relay() squad, turning in a ished 9-1-1 and first; in the Southeastern
rier tell the next athlete wanting to see and it hurt after that one,"Kemp said."ButI 45.10 final leg to blow past Baylor Conference.
his family to put his thumb in the air. I wanted to run the mile relay afterward.I University's anchor. UPs time of 3:06.96was : Hall will have a reunion with former defensive -
book NCAA. I did what I had to do." the sixth-best ever indoors. November
Throw that coordinator Gary Darnell in
Caught red-handed, UF should preparefor Kemp slid off the training table, re- The year-round training wore Kemp when Penn State faces Notre Dame. Darnell
the worst death, by NCAA, which moved the IV's from his arms,and ran the down."I replaced Hall on an interim basis following
has been known to wrap some harsh pen- anchor leg for UF's winning 1600relayteam. () think I was physically and mentally the LSU game, but was never seriously con
alties around the necks of the more serious burned out because I didn't do anythingsee sidered for the permanent job.
offenders. The agony of victory has become routine Kemp 19 Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz hired Darnellas
? Take the case of Indiana basketball star to Kemp,who redshirted his first year page the Fighting Irish defensive coordinatorin

Steve Alford, who tried to take advantageof April.


posed emerp5"his for boy-next-door? Mr.a non-profit February.reputation.school calendar Alford, Ex-UF wide receiver signs with Los Angeles I I

So what if Alford earned nothing for the
c; 10-minute session?The NCAA forbids athletes Schlntzlus, Spurs meet
Former UF wide receiver Tony Lomack
from posing for pictures not spon- Dwayne Schintzius,a former Ail-American
signed with the Los Angeles Rams last week,
sored by the school's athletic department, at UF before quitting midway through his
in time to join the Rams first AROUND
and suspended the hooligan for a game. pre-season SPORTSLomack senior season, met with' the San Antonio
Alford may be an Olympic hero, brush practice. Spurs last week and 'is ready. to put his
after every meal,and enjoy a hot dog at the trouble-maker image behind.
ball park, but he flaunted his disrespect for Lomack,whose 84-yard touchdown reception who also returned a kickoff 99 "I've been calmed down for the past sevenor
*"' the rules, and the NCAA, thank goodness, from Kyle Morris was the Gators' long yards for a score against Kentucky, caught eight months," said Schintzius, who was
made him suffer. est play from scrimmage in 1989, was a nine passes for 183 yards and two touch recently: married. was never really that
draft pick in the April draft. downs last season. '
UF may be next. ninth-round ; wild, anyway.1r .
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