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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 169 JULY 24, 1990


Delt hazing IFC changes

victim wins alcohol policyBy

suit againstfraternity DEBBIE CENZIPER
Alligator Staff Writer

UF's fraternities soon won't be allowed to have
their usual keg parties because of insurance restric-
tions, and if a new alcohol policy isn't revised and
approved fast,future parties may not include alcoholat
Interfraternity Council officials have been devis-
Staff Writer
Alligator ing an alcohol policy alternative called "Bring Your
UF's Delta Tau Delta fraternity must a Own Beer,"to appease insurance companies and UF
pay more than$35,000 to a former brother NA administrators and to save their parties.
who was critically injured in hazing activities The alcohol policy must be changed because the
during its 1988 "Hell Week," an Al- let'r insurance company most UF fraternities use prohibits -
achua County Circuit Court jury ruled k the purchase of alcohol with a chapter's money,
, Thursday. said Shelli!Herman,Student Services associate dean
James F. Albies, a UF business administration for Greek affairs.
I graduate, charged the fraternitywith IFC President Tom Santilli said IFC members and
outrageous hazing practices and said administrators just realized that most fraternity parties
he was deprived of sleep when the accident aren't insured if liquor is served, and UF is held
occurred. Albies was working in the directly responsible if an accident happens.
fraternity president's room when he "We're being forced into this because of the way
dropped the power saw he was using and society is shifting towards this big liability thing,"
cut off half his scrotum. Santilli said.

Albies will receive half of his $71,371suit By buying and serving alcohol, fraternities actually
because the jury ruled the fraternitywas have violated their insurance policies for the
only half responsible for the accident.But past few years, Herman said.
Albies said Monday the fraternity was The BYOB policy states that liquor will be strictly
entirely to blame and never offered him limited to socials and invitation-only parties. Drinkers
compensation after the accident to pay for 21 years old or older can bring in one sixpackof
the accumulated $10,000 in medical bills. beer, but they must check the beer at the bar.
Although Albies had two operationsand Drinkers then will be given six chips which can be
received more than 80 stitches, he redeemed one at a time for beer.
said doctors told him he will still be ableto For invitational parties,alcohol only will be servedin
have children. designated drinking areas with one entrance and
Albies said after his initiation he decided exit, bounded by impassable borders. Specific
to file suit because he realized what brands of beer will be designated before each party
had happened was not his fault. He said nzb. and guests can only bring predetermined brands,
that during Hell Week, Delta Tau Delta the BYOB policy states.
brothers don't let pledges eat,sleep,drinkor Greek officials have been working with Student
talk unless they first get permission. Services Dean James Scott and are now making
He blamed the accident on lack of sleep revisions on the BYOB policy they submitted to
and four-hour sets of calisthenics in a Scott in April.
purposely heated room. Scott will review the changes next month when
"Hell week Is an intense week where 'he returns from vacation.
they literally take over your life and every IFC officials met with about 25 fraternity presidents
aspect of it," Albies said. "They cut you (D Tuesday to discuss the necessary revisions of
off from all communication. E.ANN STODDARD-ALLIGAIOR the BYOB policy and make the changes Scott has

Delta Tau Delta representatives, local. UF President John Lombardi! explains the school's response to 10 NCAA asked for.Getting.
and national, could not be reached for violations at Monday afternoon's press conference. a fraternity insured is no easy task, so
comment Monday.. IFC is taking the alcohol-policy change seriously,
Albies' lawyer, Jack Fine, said what Santilli said. If one accident happens at a fraternity,
concerned him most about the case was UF delivers the whole chapter can collapse, he said.
that the fraternity never offered to help responseto Santilli said the change was necessary and impossible -
Albies after the accident."A to avoid."I .
frat is supposed to be a brotherhood, don't feel like I'm getting pressured into this
yet when a brother gets hurt, no offer was NCAA allegationsBy by UF," Santilli said. "I think frats can live with it
made to help with his medical bills," Fine and I think it can be a relatively good policy."
said. "No offer to settle the case was ever But Sigma Alpha Mu social chairman Brian
The stated the forced
made. The frat and their insurance com- MATT ADAMS report resignations Frankel said administrators eventually will make the
of former football coach Galen
pany didn't take it seriously." Alligator Writer BYOB policy too restrictive.IFC .
Hall and former basketball coach
Fine said no lawsuit was brought UF is in an unavoidable situation, Frankel said.
officials said Monday that although Norm Sloan, as well as its self-investi-
against UF for not enforcing hazing laws the school violated six NCAA gating program that revealed athletes' If!the group doesn't agree to the proposed changesto
because the fraternity was more at fault the BYOB policy or devise another alternative,
rules and found
even a new transgression gambling and alleged violations in the
also has dry parties will be the next step, he said.
than the school The fraternity a UF has maintained control over track program,"are further demonstration -
good insurance policy, and unless "it's Its athletic programs.In of the University's institutional "Every time we.send them a proposal, it gets sent
'really I don't want to suingmy back stricter and stricter," Frankel said.
justified, : go
a more than 1,100 page document, control of its athletic program, rather
alma-mater," Fine said. Sigma Phi Epsilon President Matt Shore said
UF admitted to nine of the 10 allegations than a lack thereof.
Interfraternity 'Council President Tom fraternities have no choice but to change their
made in the National
Collegiate Of the seven rule violations, the report -
Santilli said he's waiting to speak to administrators existing policies.
Athletic Association's letter of inquiry.
stated that five the result of
before he decides who will The one charge disputed was the accusation were "We don't really like the idea," Shore said, "but
r' of lax institutional control. see NCAA, page 7 it's the only alternative and it's something we haveto
JT$ see Lawsuit, page 9 work with,"


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I City, county merger may be taxing to studentsBy I

MATTHEW SAUER Alachua County voters will decide Sept. 4 Former Gainesville MayorCommissionerMark ate, powerful and painful to students be-
whether Gainesville's city government and Goldstein,who did not take part in the cause rent must go up to subsidize the
Alligator Writer "
the existing county government will merge debate, said consolidation would mean differences in taxes.

UF students' rent will increase as a resultof into one county-wide administration.The higher rent for UF students because utility Mike Garson, a member of the commis-

the consolidation of city and county governments new government would consist of a money used to subsidize the city's tax base sion that drafted the referendum, said UF
but they will have a stronger voice seven-member council and strong mayor would be spread throughout the new consolidated students will benefit from consolidation be-

in the new administration, representativesof executive, who could veto any action by the area, causing property taxes to go cause they will all live within one of the new
the issue said Thursday at a Reitz Union council. seven election districts and will be able to
debate. up."I elect a student representative.
The new government would have a single don't know an apartment owner who'll
The debate was organized by Student Sen. law-enforcement chief whose jurisdictionalso pay double or triple the present property tax "Someone elected to a district will haveto
Travis Lynch as a way to let city leaders would be county-wide and who would who isn't going to distribute (the cost) show a lot of concern for the districtsee
discuss the effect of a merged governmenton control 10 percent of the new government's among students who live in their buildings,"
UF students. budget. Goldstein said. "The effect will be immedi Merge, page 5

I Authorities theater protesters warn r

spokesman Lt. Spencer Mann said
By the protesters were only warned."If .
I Alligator WriterA somebody breaks a law, then
group of six protesters at we are going to enforce it," Mann
Litchfield's Butler Plaza Cinemaswas said.

warned at its weekly protest to Protesters said they were
stop- interferingwith warned to stay out

traffic. of the parking lot

An off-duty Protesters and driveways of
sheriff's officer, the theater, and to a a
hired by theatermanagement they were warnedto stay only on the
told grass in front,
the protesters Saturday stay out of the which is public

night not to property.
parking lot and
Impede traffic Protester Jeremy 71
while handing out driveways of the Smith said he
literature. doesn't think .the
The weekly protests theater. group is a traffic
began 2 1/2 hazard and theater

months ago,after former employee management is just trying to re-
Melinda Kraft and other coworkers strain protesters.

said they were sexually harassed "We're trying to be careful and

by former Assistant we have been doing this for 14

Manager Lynn W. Nicely and were weeks, and we haven't even had a
then laid off. Nicely was arrested fender-bender yet," Smith said.
April 17 and charged with Kraft's
Alex Lieder, a protester and
see Warning, page 5 Sun stroking
Alachua County Sheriff'sBy
Graphic-sign painter Ted Burke, 26, outlines the "Fightin Gators" the southeast cornerof

Safe Ride directors l Ben Hill Griffin Stadium with orange paint Monday afternoon.

I. ask SG to take overtence. I Provost learning UF's needs goalsBy I

believe that our student body should reflect the
"If this passes, then in effect, its and ethnic society at large," he said.
Alligator Writer Staff Writer
saying SG is committing itself to Alligator a former college wrestler, said hell I
Student senators will discuss the campaign against drinking and UFs second-highest-ranking official, a huge portion of his energies on education
making UF's Safe Ride program- driving,"Tanenbaum said. Andrew Sorensen, says he's spending research, and he believes UFs student-athletes
which provides rides home for Intoxicated It's just a matter of funding them time meeting with different groups should spend more time on their education.
peoplea Student Gov through a different route, he said. and trying to formulate a series of long- "I would like to think we could have

ernment-run organization. Senate President Andrew Meyer term goals. student-athletes who are also good,
Directors of the program asked said the Safe Ride van would become Sorensen, a former Johns Hopkins solid students," he said.
SG to take control of the group's a UF motor vehicle if SG University associate dean, was named Lombardi! said Monday that
day-to-day operations because they takes control of the program. provost in May, and officially began Sorensen's biggest job will be to "take
want to share the responsibility of "It'll give us the advantage of work as second-in-command and Aca- stock" of the organization of the Academic
running the group. using the university maintenance demic Affairs vice president July 1. Affairs office and how the office

The program transports stu, program," Meyer said. "It'll lower Sorensen said he's already met with relates to different colleges. Sorensen
dents home from local bars and our costs." diverse groups-of people, including needs to be brought up to date on

fraternity parties to help prevent Tanenbaum said the bill deans,women faculty and minority rep- concerns."I pressing issues, such as the need to
them from drinking and driving. shouldn't cause much debate in resentatives to get a "better handle on increase faculty salaries, Lombardisaid. !
what UF is all about"Although .
Miranda said
Budget and Finance committee Senate tonight.
Sorensen said he couldn't m "The compression of salaries is terrible
member Nelson Miranda said if the because the program' is being
name his top goals until UF President ," Lombardi! said, and added that
bill the Safe Ride taken over by SG,other groups will
passes, programwill
John Lombardi's inauguration Oct. 12,he salary raises are small compared. to salary
become an SG executive want the same benefit.
die cap on UF admissions will be high on "in the outside world."
nization, similar to Accent UFs Meyer said this program is worthy
speaker's bureau. of being put under SG becauseit With adequate resources,namely more
"The student body president will provides a service to studentsand faculty and facilities, Sorensen said more also must concentrate on graduate ed
oversee its operation," Miranda it deals with the community as could be admitted to UF each year. ,including the stipends UF offers, Lombard. !
1991-92 budget request, which will be
said. "It will be under SG's execu- a
tive budget instead of,the organization Senators also will discuss a resolution state education officials this week, details '
budget. stating senators' opinions etary needs for increased enrollment said he will meet with Sorensen and
administrators in October to construct a list
Judiciary Committee Chairman about the proposed consolidationsee Another priority on Sorensen's busy
for UF over the next five years, and he'll.
said its the Improvement of minority enrollment
Tanenbaum important
. Senate, page 4 them during his inauguration speech.
to ensure the group's exis- tion,which also is one of Lombardi's main


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(UPI) President< Bush would spark a major confirmation battle in the Senate.
nominated U.S. Appeals Court Judge David Souter of "None, period," Bush said when asked if there was
New Hampshire to replace Supreme Court Justice any reason he should not be confirmed. Indeed, the GREAT FOODSPECIALTY
William Brennan Monday, calling Souter a man of Senate confirmed Souter's nomination to the federal
"keen intellect"who would interpret the law and "not appeals court in Boston without dissent April 27 this DRINKS
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Bush,at a White House news conference,said there The president added that he hoped when Souter
was no "litmus test" that he applied to the nominationand faced the Senate Judiciary Committee,abortion would
that he did not ask Souter, 50, for his opinion on not dominate the proceedings.In .
any of the sensitive Issues that will face the court, viewing the media coverage before his decision,
including abortion and Affirmative Action."It Bush said"one would think the whole nomination had Happy HourMarfviti Dotty 3-7
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(UPI)-Florida's electric chair works well executions on hold because of questions about
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causes current sufficient to cause cessation of Jerome Nickerson, an attorney with the state-
brain function and to cause cessation of life," said funded office of Capital Collateral Representative,
Morse,who called the test"a letter-perfect demonstration. which represents indigent death-row inmates, said he WeekdaysGold i
." was not satisfied with the test.
State officials present at the test in the death cham- "It works real good on a colander I certainly
ber at Florida State Prison said they were also con- don't want to use it on my clients right now," he said. Futures
(vinced that the chair works as it is supposed to, said Nickerson also questioned whether the test would
state Rep. Ron Silver,D-North Miami,chairman of the satisfy the appeals court since no judge or independent
House Criminal Justice Committee. expert was present.
i "Based on what was demonstrated to me, I believe Morse and prison officials simulated an executionfor
this should be satisfactory to the court of appeals. I a crowd of witnesses made up of 11 reporters and
really hope this does satisfy them because I don't know nine state officials, including representatives of the
what else we can do," Silver said. state prison systems in Virginia and South Carolina,
Department of Corrections Secretary Richard bugger which use an electric chair similar to Florida's in their
said he would immediately forward results of the executions.In .
test to Gov. Bob Martinez, who ordered the test in the test an official turned on the current three
hopes of satisfying the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of separate times. The voltage meter registered just
Appeals in Atlanta. The court has put three Florida under 2,000 volts on each test.

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they're representing,"Garson said."Before the at-large election
more than 350 students over the last four years, black that will have
representative to win approval though a primary'in
competitionfor graduate student enrollment has Increased very little. their own district.

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 Bill Andrews,a Gainesville lawyer and former state legislator,
said a consolidated government will mean a more responsiveand
minoritiesBy Total 5,209 5,366 5,187 5,390 5,587 effective government for all Alachua County."If .

BlackDifference 189 193 185 189 195 consolidation passes,the buck stops here,"Andrews said.
DEBBIE CENZIPER apprenticeship program- "You won't have anybody saying this was somebody else's fault.
Alligator Staff Writer another attempt to recruit 5,020 5,173 5,002 5,201 5,392 There will be one governing body to answer all citizens'

more minority students. SOURCE:GRADUATE SCHOOL OFFICE concerns."
Qualified minority stu- The students began the Ron Fuller Alachua and
County's transportation planner a
dents are in hot demand by about three weeks mer orientations and coun- often receive paid assistant-
program commission candidate and the
county disagrees new
graduate schools across seling, Lockhart said. ships in teaching or re-
ago and are attending sem- council would not be able to closely address students' needs.
the country, and UF is just inars on graduate educa- UF responded to the search, he said.
one competitor in the race. tion, where faculty discussall needs of minority studentsin "The students have a means for good representation from a
Competition is fierce parts of UPs Graduate 1984,when it created the UF has special scholar group of people who are sensitive to their unique problems and
among universities to recruit School. UF is using a Office for Graduate Minor ships for minorities,Including that's the city commission of Gainesville," Fuller said.

minority students into $75,000 federal grant to pay ity Affairs,whose represen- the Graduate Minority Fuller said the city needs to continue its practice of annexing
Fellowship and the McK-
graduate schools because for the program. tatives visit more than 60 urban areas to the city, instead of destroying a system that has
such a small number of mi- each to night Foundation Black
Universities often to campuses year re- worked for more than a century.
go Doctoral Fellowship.But .
nority college graduateshave cruit students. The office
expensive lengths to
the time or money to en- also sponsors a visitation
advance to higher educa- courage minorities to move program each fall and just because UF WARNINGfrom
to higher education be-
tion, said Graduate School spring semester so minority page 3
cause, similar to the rea- goes out of its way to re-
Dean Madelyn Lockhart. sons behind Affirmative undergraduates can cruit minorities doesn't member of Gainesville's National Organization for Women,said
Minorities also are in de- learn more about UF's mean they get special privileges -
intimidate them
Action laws,many universi- theater management is trying to by hiring
mand because the numberof graduate programs. Weiner said. officers."It .
ties, including UF, know security
minority students at an minorities traditionallyhave Minority Affairs director is a precursor to us getting shut down entirely,"" Lieder

undergraduate small Lockhart said.level is been poorly repre- Willie Robinson universities said one Minorities "are not writ- said,"It is almost like they've said,"You have had your fun, but
sented in society, Lockhartsaid. reason are ing their own ticket" be- now this is getting serious. We're going to try and throw you
"We are all in this com- this predicament is the "'
cause they still must meet off of our property.
petitive mode, Lockhart trend for students to enter
said. "We all compete for In the fall 1989,for example professional studies, suchas criteria and standards to A Litchfield Cinema manager,who wouldn't identify himself.,
the same number of appli- out of 1,403 graduate law or medicine, insteadof get accepted to UF and suc- refused to comment Monday.
cants." students newly enrolled at graduate studies. ceed here, he said. A security officer from Wells Fargo Guard Services watchesthe

One way UF and other UF, 31 were black. UPs scholarship opportunities parking lot Friday and Saturday evenings, but patrolled the

universities compete for Larger schools, such as make it a strong Student Affairs Vice theater's lot even before protests began, Wells Fargo Opera-
minority students is to offer Ohio State, have more re- competitor, Robinson said. President Art Sandeen said tions Manager Chief Roy Talley said.
them special fellowships, sources available for recruitment Graduate Student Coun- the enrollment of minori- "He's out there to watch the cars in the parking lot and to
scholarships or, in some and that's when cil President Rory Weiner ties in graduate programs guard against vandalism and make sure nobody gets muggedor
cases, a waiver of tuition, the collegiate competition said financial aid and schol- across the country is de- raped," Talley said.

Lockhart said. begins.. arships definitely play an creasing, but thanks to Clark Butler, the owner of Butler Enterprises, which built
For the next few weeks, UF falls somewhere important part in luring UPs efforts and programsto Butler Plaza, said he's concerned about the safety of the
13 minority undergraduate above-average in recruiting graduate students to a uni-' recruit minorities, protesters and the drivers who might get distracted."I'm .

students will participate in minority students, thanksto versity. Money is a "major "we've gone the other not for or against the protesters, I'm just worried about
a new UF summer research special programs, sum- thing" to graduates, who way." somebody getting hurt,"" Butler said.

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you're a woman and you want an abortion, get it now. tJ

If you're an activist and have an American flag you QI :
want to bum, better get those matches out.

And if you're a minority who got your current job

thanks to Affirmative Action laws, well, hope for the best.

The days of liberalism this country has enjoyed may be

over for quite a while.

Supreme Court Justice William Brennan's resignation

Friday took us by surprise, and brought fear into our

Fear that we soon may lose the right to do with our

bodies as we see fit. Fear that we may soon lose the rightto

air our views, even if they upset other people. I _
Brennan has been the last hope of liberals for many J

years. You know, liberals people who entertain that
radical notion that they should be able to live as they

choose, without someone else's moral beliefs imposed

? upon them.
We've held on, hoping Brennan wouldn't resign until a %
/ @
more liberal president was elected. But he's 84 years old, ,27 ''

and his health could no longer take the strain. 4/40,

Many students weren't even born when Brennan was '

appointed to the Supreme Court in 1956, and they haveno LETTERS _TO_. THE_ EDITOR'
-- ---- -- .n.
concept of the battles he fought or the opposition he Bike lanes neededto campus. Whether readers agree or dis-
has recently faced. Furthermore, in the next para- agree with the ideology of the WSUis
graph, she brazenly states that beside the is
point. My concern
Most of don't remember time when
us a a woman protect cyclistsEditor "The criminal justice system is to- about the tactics employed by
couldn't have an abortion. Public schools were already in- : This letter is in referenceto tally biased when it comes to Doyel and many others in their
tegrated by the time we got there, and the idea of prayeror the necessity for more bike lanesor African-American/blacks becausewe attacks on the WSU.
Scripture reading in a classroom is completely foreignto bike paths.Although all look alike' to some people." The use of hyperbole, sarcasm,
our generation.But a small percentage of It is not my goal to argue that pseudo-humor and misrepresentation
commuters out-of- never has a UF policeman harassedan may work for those people
we're going to learn a lot about those issues soon
town commuters, are bicyclists, African-American. I would bet whose only concern is being as-
first-hand. this small percentage should not that certain individuals of the sociated with the most fashionablecause
President Bush nominated U.S. Appeals Court Judge be consigned to road-kill status. department have, at one time or but it's not enough for intel
David Souter Monday to replace Brennan. He said no "lit. Having everyone in cars is a another, engaged in the judgmental ligent individuals.
mus test" of issues was applied before making his choice fantasy in this time of global warm- activity. But please" notice the Doyel uses pronouns like "we"
,and added he didn't even ask Souter his opinion on is- ing and ozone depletion;the realityis word Ms."individuals. and"our,"as if there are multitudesof
that more people would bicycle Bingham correctly states people sitting behind him as he
that will face the Court.
:sues more if there were more bike lanes that persons are innocent until writes his column, nodding
' It won't take much to sway the Court on some of those and bicycling were safer. proven guilty. Is she allowing for agreement. He states that"Blacks,

'lssues. Bicyclists pay taxes, too, and due process for the UF police? whites, plaids ''. '. If they were
have said believe whose While Ms. Bingham is busy label- breathing, they were complainingabout
Four of the nine justices already they poor people only transpor- ing others "
maybe she should
tation is bicycling have a right to your little group. Obviously,
[the constitutional right to an abortion should be overturned analyze her own premises.
Mr. Doyel doesn't get around
safe ,
thus the
necessity -
( and the matter returned to the states. One more -
\ for more bike lanes and for Apparently,to her,the UF police much.
l' ,(conservative vote and Roe vs. Wade could be only a bike lanes to extend beyond city all "look alike." Hopefully she will But the worst example of his
(memory. gain insight into the ease with ineffective and presumptuous styleof

Those same four justices have said they believe Affirmative limits.Whether for health or out of which people categorize and writing is displayed when he says
Action is unconstitutional.In necessity,we demand that there be homogenize their groups based upon that "Those one-liners at the start
: skin, or uniform color.
of the show about
(Oprah Winfrey)
more bike lanes so that we are not
the freedom of speech area, the Court's ruling that "car fodder." In Holland,.where Ms. Bingham, please help us Affirmative Action were great.
i; flag burning would be tolerated as a means of political ex- I i bicycling is given high priority, ex- stop prejudice, instead of attempt- Funnn-neee, boy was that good."
pression was a 5-4 decision. With Brennan gone, only one cessive and unnecessary car-driv- ing to justify it. Sarcasm certainly has its place,
t '!l more vote is needed to squelch the voices of many. ,ing is recognized as the anti-social, Mark Little but not In arguing a controversialissue
The public doesn't know much about Souter or his positions polluting practice that it is. BED like Affirmative Action.: Most

on controversial issues. We can only hope he won't More,bikes, less cars, cleanerair. -, Writer neglectedfacts people, including the' Supreme
.' Court, feel Affirmative Action warrants -
'discard the progress this country has made in the past
Robert R. Hewitt Jr. in his columnEditor serious ,debate, and don't
few years, and that he uses the job to interpret the Con- MicanopyDue' simply laugh off One side of the
istitution, not his own moral values. : Gregg Doyel must be feel- issue. '
'f process for ing pretty stupid now. His column That Mr, Doyel uses these tactics
in The Alligator would have seemed does-not, surprise me. Likemany
alligatorEditor all, not just blacksEditor like just another run-of-the-mill liberal activists who find their
critique the White Student Union platforms "under increasing
Judy A. Plunkett : I was incensed by the July had it not been printed right next scrutiny,he resorts to an emotional
17 letter'written by Pamela Bin- to
McCormick's fail
column appeal when logic and reason
Managing Editor Opinions Editor gham former Student Body ,and the new"tolerance tyrants. on ,
M.D. Cumella Black Student Union president. him.Doyel'
Tracy Burlingame McCormick '
vice President of should Stick with report
Ms. Bingham Is incredibly rash the WSU showed himself not I is
only ing sports where 'objectivity
Letters Policy when, she writes that, "The
to be a superior '
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be have'little writer, but also as ,more..easily, .
typed, double-spaced and signed' They should Include a typed n1Ime. address and telephone or,no credibility a man who, in contrast to Doyel,is' attainedMark, ,friedrlch
number. Names will be withheld It the writer shows Just cause 'If you have any questions call with me because they continue to willing to back up his opinions with ,
the editorial' page editor at 378-4458 .; harass African-American sophomore
men on a rational
Santa Fe'Community College6AWGATOR



Putnam County to make a child-support ago."
.: NCAAfrom payment, but did not admit that Hall Football coach Steve Spurrier said
'charges ,UF 11'1 page 1 provided money for the payment. UF Monday that current UF athletes will I
.w also confirmed that Maxwell had ille- have to understand guidelines.
with these : !
violations, : : the conduct of former coaches and"not gally J played l for two years while repre- "We don't have a bunch of bad play-

UF,agrees with the first'nineiRat tit subject to detection by this or any other sented by an agent. ers Spurrier said."Everyone -
UF revealed another in-
y. compliance program. knows we're going to
violations, but denies No< 10. : The reply to another violation said fraction involving travel for play by the rules and any

:1,'A student. thlete received $100 from Professional, ;. former basketball star Vernon Maxwell basketball players partici- : player who does not is not
Athlete's Financial Advisors:Inc. and signed a ..'-z3 conspired to hide his affiliation with an pating in holiday tourna- # going to play for us."
. received about$30,000 In loans from PAFA and .'< due to a clerical error. not mentioned in the letterof of NCAA allegations
, participated In the 1981 and 1988 NCAA basketball ,championships,'even though he knew he was "'' ance and control" in a press conference UFs own investigation. "new to me," and said he
+ ,, :" afternoon UF Lombardi said monetary had something other than
Monday John
"Ineligible.:. : .: r ,', )
2. Former basketball coach Norm Sloan arranged(for?:'. Lombardi! said no infraction would be penalties would be suffi- NCAA problems on his
cient for these of vio- mind.
tolerated in the future and added that types
",a player to r receive an alrilne: ticket)that,cost the UFO: ; z
UPs policy centers around a simple lations. Sloan "Right now we, the players -
,' Athletic Association $241.< A h w. ; ,.', :: ? .; Issuewhat's right and what's wrong. We think financial pen- ... and coaches, are con
::3, Sloan allowed a prospective players muther to use I : .w '
This institution will do the right thing alties are probably appropriate cerned about this season;
the return portion of the athlete's round-trip amine i ._. _
:*, at level
>, and continue to do the right thing," some he said. "If my understanding
ticket after they visited GatoesvW and the mother,4t Lombardi said. "We think that we'll be ableto
" ,1"', Lombardi said. "If we make a mistake
:decided her son should stay for summer school., and hire someone who doesn't get this penalties that damage good play out this season to
44.' former football coach Galen Hall gave a plan. message we will rectify that mistake the coaches and good playersare compete for the confer-

,/coney to pay.. an afttete's delinquent,, ehfld-sueport! .,. ;:,* minute we discover it." the least appropriate be- ,'ItI. ence championship, to go
:/ (' ,(I' t"d !: \" !
J< \ .It tllt.J
An NCAA hearing will be the next cause they hamper the I. to a bowl game if we'regood
5.Form assistant f football l'coach 64IrIcsoytook'< step in the investigation. Lombardi! said institution's ability to do the. enough."
I$100 from a Gator booster and!gave ft to) a player' to-4
f1 horn. ri for.ChfIItma8, :The.... ,player: .k4r',..8p81d., .the.. ;jf l agenda of the NCAA's Committee on Lombardi said in the eyes ._._ Spurrier's optimism and
'.' '
>1" \ 1( t+'; '; of UF, the problem has said that of
&i-' "{..tl #t ,oj, '1, ., ': I."fi >lft ",)'" ; Infractions meeting in Colorado Hall no degree
:, 8. Hell) provided two assistant tao/bafl lcoachww Springs. After the hearing, an NCAA been taken care of. NCAA action would be

t"salarysupplementsthat towed .000-: Vji":: rz { ,I official said the organization should The athletic program fatal to UF.

, ,7..a. tfa and 3loart acted unethically In the ohar9ee, ; .; render its decision in about a month.In has been operating under the assumption This university will survive no matter
.above.The,two coached knowingly and wJHfwHy'? ;:,:r; :' 1984, the NCAA charged UF with that this case is over,"he said. "We what the NCAA chooses to dot
" operated their programs contrary to NCAA rules::* r"j"'!? 104 counts of rule violations and put UF did what needed to be done a long time Lombardi said. I
" 9. former OF President Marshal Cd er,and f jonrtar ,: : on probation for two years. During that
:*Interim President Robert Bryan, 0\ ... fl. time, UF was not allowed to appear live d. ';" --.;--.-.--'-. "------- ', ., < ,1. ,"
erroneously' certified: $for five year. that UF was 'f1', .(" ':\ on TV or go to a bowl game and the I The following" Is a list of some universities the NCAA has \
: with NCAA rules.:;,Their certifications werewbased school's first-ever SEC championshipwas <
complying '
!; on Information from SlOan Hall and Wrksey # revoked.But cited recently. ,' along: with their :violations and penalises! ::

who attested that they had told the presldeAti about, Lombardi downplayed any simi- ri1:,!. ;,. '

" any NCAA,rules violations they' knew.of,.when,*rA 4 larity between 1984 and this year's in- :1'!Oklahoma University f football -'recruiting violations'.three years'probation

, actually they had not,.* ,5' :! .i, ;1 rg vestigation."We. i< (no* :TV.:'no" bowl games*and 'Reduction- in scholarships))
'"10. These allegations demonstrate a lack ofI '.,<*",. "We think there's any similarity ..... "f! *. .
:appropriate institutional control and mentoring,In the\ ,m except the "two institutions have the !x}i 2. Kentucky!" basketball'...recruiting"violation-three years probation,
same name, Lombardi! said.UFs .
" administration of UPs basketball and football, 't ''
; (no bowls;no TV and reduction in scholarships)
,ar ,1 sent to the NCAAon ,
{ :. ; response was
programs., ; y, ... / :
fi. ; ,;,a '' ; ,. < ';\,',f'r Friday, 60,days after the school re-
>>Self-reported." 'L but:pot'! '{,'>:}.,.. ,...' '; ceived a letter of inquiry. UF admittedto Y'i 3;Clemson football' -paid,athletes, several,recruiting_violations* ** '- one,

+ci4edby.NCAA.4., 14. ',' b,.', ...,,* nine violations including that Hall *' year probation+ .(no. sanctions)> ", ,, ', $" <
: .. paid $4,000 and $18,000 salary supplements -' ,s' m 10" ,*'" ..ttd* -* ". : *' ,' '.. > :
A violation finked to an apparent mktwderaten fJi of] to former assistant football f1 't. < .

'a rule pertaining to personal' and team travel'd e;"$ coaches Zaven Yaralian and Lynn **paymentf ; *, of1oa '

hoddtJft ; vacation periods",'' ";"IN"M < l" Amedee respectively. '4 ". ., ,'. .*.i ,Y! i.W4' ...< ..." ..",..(". .; ,><<.,. t"' ; .
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end of an eraIf ... YES, 6\11"\ we

CANt EsuAQAt riE f1
you're a woman and you want an abortion, get it now.
If you're an activist and have an American flag you Oct WAu.. .
want to bum, better get those matches out. CJ

And if you're a minority who got your current job

thanks to Affirmative Action laws, well, hope for the best.

The days of liberalism this country has enjoyed may be

over for quite a while. 0 b 47
Supreme Court Justice William Brennan's resignation _

Friday took us by surprise, and brought fear into our

Fear that we soon may lose the right to do with our

bodies as we see fit. Fear that we may soon lose the rightto

air our views, even if they upset other people.

Brennan has been the last hope of liberals for many

years. You know, liberals people who entertain that
radical notion that they should be able to live as they

choose, without someone else's moral beliefs imposedupon

We've held on, hoping Brennan wouldn't resign until a
more liberal president was elected. But he's 84 years old, I .. %' @

and his health could no longer take the strain. a14o I ILhTIERS

Many students weren't even born when Brennan was
appointed to the Supreme Court in 1956, and they haveno TO THE EDITOR

concept of the battles he fought or the opposition he Bike lanes neededto campus." Whether readers agree or dis-
has recently faced. Furthermore, in the next para- agree with ideology of the WSUis
graph, she brazenly states that beside the point. My concern is
Most of us don't remember a time when a womancouldn't protect cyclistsEditor
The criminal justice system is to- about the tactics employed by
have an abortion. Public schools were already integrated : This letter is in reference tally biased when it comes to Doyel and many others in their
by the time we got there, and the idea of prayeror to the necessity for more bike lanesor African-American/blacks becausewe attacks on the WSU.
Scripture reading in a classroom is completely foreignto bike paths.Although all look alike' to some people." The use of hyperbole, sarcasm,
our generation.But a small percentage of It is not my goal to argue that pseudo-humor and misrepresentation -
we're going to learn a lot about those issues soon commuters, particularly out-of- never has a UF policeman harassedan may work for those people
first-hand. town commuters, are bicyclists, African-American. I would bet whose only concern is being as-
this small percentage should not that certain individuals of the sociated with the most fashionablecause
President Bush nominated U.S. Appeals Court Judge be consigned to road-kill status. department have, at one time or but it's not enough for intel-
David Souter Monday to replace Brennan. He said no "lit, Having everyone in cars is a another, engaged in the judgmental ligent individuals.
mus test" of issues was applied before making his choice fantasy in this time of global warm- activity. But please" notice the Doyel uses pronouns like "we"
and added he didn't even ask Souter his opinion on issues ing and ozone depletion;the reality word "individuals. and"our,"as if there are multitudesof
: that will face the Court.It is that more people would bicycle Ms. Bingham correctly states people sitting behind him as he
more if there were more bike lanes that persons are innocent until writes his column, nodding in
won't take much to sway the Court on some of those and bicycling were safer. proven guilty. Is she allowing for agreement. He states that"Blacks,

'issues. Bicyclists pay taxes, too, and due process for the UF police? whites, plaids ". If they were
Four of the nine justices already have said they believe poor people whose only transportation While Ms. Bingham is busy label- breathing, they were complainingabout
[the constitutional right to an abortion should be over- is bicycling have a right to ing others her, maybe she should your little group."Obviously,
safe transportation,thus the neces- analyze own premises. Mr. Doyel doesn't, get around
'Burned and the matter returned to the states. One more
sity for more bike lanes and for Apparently,to her,the UFpoliceall much.
,conservative vote and Roe vs. Wade could be only a bike lanes to extend beyond city "look alike." Hopefully she will But the worst example of his
(memory. limits. gain insight into the ease with ineffective and presumptuous style
Those same four justices have said they believe Affirm- Whether for health or out of which people categorize and of writing is displayed when he says
:ative Action is unconstitutional. necessity,we demand that there be homogenize their skin groups based upon that "Those one-liners at the start

r In the freedom of speech area, the Court's ruling that more bike lanes" so that we are not Ms. Bingham, or uniform, please, color.help of the (Oprah Winfrey) show about
"car fodder. In Holland.where us Affirmative Action were great.
flag burning would be tolerated as a means of political ex bicycling is given high priority, ex- stop prejudice, instead of attempt Funnn-neee, boy was that good."
,' pression was a 5-4 decision. With Brennan gone, only one cessive and unnecessary car-driv- ing to justify it. Sarcasm certainly has its place,
!more vote is needed to squelch the voices of many. ing is recognized as the anti-social, Mark Little but not in arguing a controversialissue
The public doesn't know much about Souter or his posi-I polluting practice that it is. BED like Affirmative Action. Most
; Itions on controversial issues. We can only hope he More bikes, less cars, cleanerair. Writer neglectedfacts people, including the Supreme
I Court, feel Affirmative Action war-
(discard the progress this country has made in the past
Robert R. Hewitt in rants serious ,debate, and don't
Jr. his
|few years, and that he uses the job to interpret the Con- I MicanopyDue' simply laugh off one side of the
<< !stitution, not his own moral values. : Gregg Doyel must be feel-, issue. '
t process for ing pretty stupid now. His column That Mr;Doyel uses these tac-
in TheAWgatorwouU have seemed tics ,does- not surprise me. Like
alligator all, not just, blacksEditor like just another run-of-the-mill many liberal activists who find their
' Editor critique the White Student
Union platforms under increasing
: I incensed the
was by
Judy A. Plunkett 17 letter-written by Pamela July Bingham had it not been printed right next scrutiny,he resorts to an emotional
Managing Editor Opinions Editor ,,former Student Body and the new "tolerance McCormick's column" on appeal when'logic and reason fail
M.D. Cumella Black Student Union president. tyrants.
Tracy Burlingame' him.Doyel
McCormick, !vice president of should stick with report-
Ms. Bingham Is
incredibly rash the
WSU, showed himself not only ing ,'where objectivity ,is
Letters Policy when she writes that, "The UF to be sports,
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page),They should be a superior writer, but also as .more. easily _
typed. double-spaced and signed They should Include e typed ".name address end telephone,, police have little or, no credibility a man who, in contrast to Doyel, is attained.Mark FrfmMch
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause 'If you have any questions cill i with me because they continue to willing to back his .
the editorial' page editor at 378-4459: harass African-American up opinions with sophomore
i men on a rational
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Putnam County to make a child.support ago."
,: NCAAfrom payment, but did not admit that Hall Football coach Steve Spurrier said
'' page 1 provided money for the payment. UF Monday that current UF athletes will I
violationsOF also confirmed that Maxwell had ille- have to understand guidelines.
with these
:' :: the conduct of former coaches and"not gally played for two years while represented "We don't have a bunch of bad play-
-with the first nine>3 3violations I, ,,M : subject to detection by this or any other by an agent. ers,"Spurrier said."Everyone -
agrees ? ..t ; compliance program. UF revealed another in- knows we're going to
,"but,denies, A/o/ ,'10. '/d' The reply to another violation said fraction, involving travel for play by the rules and any
, 1.'A student-athlete received $100,from, Professional, ,' former basketball star Vernon Maxwell basketball players partici- player who does not Is not
,Athlete's Financial Advisors,'Inc. and signed a f conspired to hide his affiliation with an pating in holiday tourna- going to play for us."
, !representation,contract,with the agency.The player ll agent from UF sources.A sixth violationwas ments. This violation was .l Spurrier added the procedures
received about$30,000 In loans from PAFA and :.;J due to a clerical error. not mentioned in the letterof '. .I of NCAA allega-
, participated In the 1987 and 1988 NCAA basketball J. : Calling the reply "a record of compliance inquiry,but was found in tions and rebuttals were
championships,even though he knew he was I m*' and control" in a press conference UPs own investigation. "new to me," and said he
1 '. ,, Monday afternoon, UF President John Lombardi said monetary had something other than
ineflgtola' ,:. :. : : j t'1 :, i/
: penalties would be sufficient NCAA his
2. Former basketball coach Norm Sloan arranged fora Lombardi! said no infraction would be "> problems on
; tolerated in the future and added that for these types of vio- mind.
player to receive an'airline ticket that cost. the UFO .
, Athletic Association$241 y UFs policy centers around a simple lations. Sloan "Right now we,the play-
? p M? 'p. .: issue -what's right and what's wrong. "We think financial pen- : ; ers and coaches, are con-
,3.Sloan allowed a prospective player's mother to U-90$ .' .
alties .
"This institution will do the right thing are probably appropriate cerned about this seasont
the return portion of the, athlete's round-trip airline''w.: .. ;.
and continue to do the right thing," at some level, ) he said.It's my understanding
;tS "I
, ticket after,they visited Gainesville and the mother'edecided '\ Lombardi said. "If we make a mistake Lombardi! said. "We think I that well be ableto
;; her son should stay for summer school' and hire someone who doesn't get this penalties that damage good play out this season, to
,4. Former foofcafl coach Galen Hall gave a player o 1.f\ } message,we will rectify that mistake the coaches and good playersare .' compete for the confer-
, money to pay an athlete's delinquent chadsupportV minute we discover it." the least appropriate because _.' ence championship, to go
: 'debt-:a"Y":" -::' :/ p x ttF. U**'J't1rt: '.!"V $J.&; An NCAA hearing will be the next they hamper the p to a bowl game if we're'

.6.Former assistant football coach Larry J Kirksoy3took" ... step in the investigation. Lombardi! said institution's ability to do the. I good enough."
$ $100 from a Gator booster and gave It,to a player togo ,; ,] he hopes UFs case will be on the August right thing." ; Lombardi! echoed

: home" for.. Christmas. ,. .;The. .player. ... later repaid t agenda of the NCAA's Committee on Lombardi!said in the eyes LJ&I I Spurrier's optimism and
t;R.,',t ,,':11'J" : jf : ,t h.6.'" ,'f'14",')'} Infractions meeting in Colorado of UFo the problem has Hall said that' no degree of
",.6. Hail provided two assistant football coaches_ Springs. After the hearing, an NCAA been taken care of. NCAA action would be
, "salary supplements that totaled _000.::' : : official said the organization should The athletic program fatal to UF.
, :78.Hall and Sloan acted.uneJhteaHy In the charge,':, render its decision in about a month.In has been operating under the assump- "This university will survive no matter
:.above.:The,two coaches knowingly r and wWuHy=:|i.> t;\: 1984, the NCAA charged UF with tion that this case is over,"he said."Vfe what the NCAA chooses to dot, I
, operated their programs contrary to NCAA rules.;*'.:Hi 104 counts of rule violations and put UF did what needed to be done a long time Lombardi! said.
, 8. former UF President Marshal Crteer and.former' ,*, on probation for two years. During that
Interim President Robert Bryan,V' '<*; A*, 4"\ time UF was not allowed to appear live ,,', "\1"J J \ ,,' .
. erroneously certified l for five y&1HI.th UF was'A, .' on TV or go to a bowl game, and the |The following" Is a list of some universities the NCAA ,has t
complying with NCAA rules.'Their: certlNcatlorts were < I school's first-ever SEC championship '
";based on Information from Sloan Had and Mrksey ; i was revoked.But felted* r recently, along with their;violations.and penalitles:

*who attested that they had told the presidents about? Lombardi! downplayed any similarity r& '
:*.any NCAA rules'violations they.f knew,of,.when */ .tf;}* I. between 1984 and this year's in- ;?7th Oklahoma University football -recruiting violations-'three years',

" actually they had nol: J,.,"*sf' ,,' .. ,1ti x vestigation."We g probation (no.TV,;no bowl.games and reduction scholarships l )
10.:These allegations demonstrate a lack of, ;q 't.t!{ii don't think there's any similarity ...
appropriate Institutional control and monitoring .In the except the "two institutions have the tj;"2.: Kentucky"'basketball recruiting violation..three years probation!
i Lombardi! said.
same name
" administration of UPs'..basketball. and football'aSelfrepo : bowls and reduction in :
..'... (no ;no TV scholarships)
UPs was sent to the NCAAon
; response
,;programs., f.t! *$: & .k', ;.(
: ; : Friday, 60 days after the school received '
: it d,'but' .not... ., g ;I) ..'W'wf" a letter of inquiry. UF admittedto %3. Ctemson+ football M; paid athletes;,several recruiting;violations.! '" '-one,
cited;:,:; by" 'N.C''AA':. !"I''{ r* JoI. '*,'1">.""'1 nine violations, including that Hall *year probation. + ((no sanctions)j : .tI"

lnikeid' to,sites. misvndentfftja 1 (t "J ".., ;',' 1 ; of"'iIl?\ paid $4,000 and $18,000 salary supplements t". +TH .,to( jx"* '"t > ... 1 t':ft'' Tl ;
vIofetIon to former assistant football ;{ .
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i A 1111 Comedian Jeff Foxworthy To HeadlineUF's


iv 1990 Gator Growl On Oct. 19

- -
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy will be the scheduled for release in late September.More .
headline entertainer at UF's Gator Growl, than 70,000 people annually fill
billed as the nation's largest student- JEFF Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field
produced show and pep rally, on Oct. 19. FOXWORTHY for Gator Growl. In the past, Growl has
I Gator Growl Bnan Guenther hosted such well-known comedians as
producer Jay
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services 355 Stand-Up
Tigert Hall,and paid for at usual advertising rates to communicate said he thinks Foxworthy, an Atlanta ComicOf Leno, Billy Crystal, Robin Williams, Bill
official notices and Important Information to native, brings a Southern sense of humorto The Year Cosby and Bob Hope.
students,(acuity and staff Call 392 0186 for Information. the show that people of all ages will HeadlinesGator This is the first year that students can
I appreciate. Growl tx order Gator Growl tickets through the
'His Southern accent and 'redneck'humor mail. Growl ticket order forms were
should tickle some funny bones," mailed along with football season ticket
Gus Palenik Named Guenther said. "We're happy to have attracted order cards this spring and summer.
someone with a Southern per- Students may order only one Gator
CLAS DirectorOf spective on comedy." Growl ticket each. Married students may
In addition to touring 48 weeks a year Marsalis, the "1990 Stand-up Comic of the buy one extra ticket for their spouses.
with such well-known performers as Emmy Year" has authored one book, titled "You Ticket orders are being filled on a first-
Info ServicesGUS Lou Harris, Air Supply and Wynton Might Be A Redneck If...,"and has another come, first-served basis, and extra tickets
will be sold as guest coupons Oct. 8 and
Shell! Herman Is Assistant Dean 9. .Like season football passes, Growl
n coupons will not be mailed to students.To .
pick up coupons, students present
PALENIK For Student Services Greek AffairsShelli their fee card and( a photo ID at Gate 13

New Director .A e Herman has been appointed assis- of the stadium from Sept. 17 through 29.
Came tant dean for student services, focusing on Other highlights of Homecoming
ToUFIn Greek affairs, effective immediately.In Weekend, Oct. 19-20, include the UF-
1970 this position Herman will advise SHELLI Akron football game, a parade along
fraternities and sororities and the boards HERMAN a University Avenue and the Florida Blue
overseeing the Greek organizations, suchas Assistant Key Homecoming Banquet.CAMPUS .
I Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Dean '_
Council, Black Greeks and Order of Comes
UF Gus Palenik has .
chemistry professor Omega.Herman ToUF THIS/NEXT/
been named Director of Information said a new alcohol policy currently From
Resources and Technological Programs for being considered for UF's Greek Bowling Green A P WEEK
the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences ef- organizations is one of her specific con- .
fective immediately. He succeeds Sam cerns. She will also serve on the petitions I
Trickey, who will be on sabbatical leave committee, which hears student concerns She earned a master's degree in college
during the 1990-91 school year. for petitions filed with UF. student personnel from BowlingGreenState
Palenik is responsible for understanding She came to UF from Ohio's Bowling University and a bachelor's degreein TODAY
and meeting state requirements for Green State University, where she was a social work from Wichita State Univer-
computers and communications for unit director for Alpha Gamma Delta sity, Kansas, where she graduated magna UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, TurlingtonHall
CLAS, assisting faculty evaluate com- sorority, an academic programmer and a cum laude. Herman is a member of Delta noon to 4 p.m.
puter needs, negotiating purchases and graduate adviser. Gamma sorority. WEDNESDAY
advising the CLAS dean as to priorities.The LIVING WELL SEMINAR, "The Importance
technological aspect of the positionwill Graduating Seniors With Long-Term Loans of Cholesterol and What the
require Palenik to represent CLAS in Numbers Mean," by UF employee
the technology programs in which the col- Must Complete Exit Interviews By Aug. 3 wellness program director Jay Arnold,
lege partici formation will also advise the noon, 224 Florida Gym.THURSDAY.
dean as to of new centers or in- Graduating seniors with National Defense, National Direct, Perkins, Health Profes-
stitutes, especially those involving large- sion, College-awarded or other long-term loans must complete an exit interview prior
scale acquisition of equipment. to graduation. Exit interviews for those graduating in August must be completed by IBM COMPUTER EXPERT answers
r Palenik, who came to UF in 1970, re- Aug. 3 at the Office of Student Financial Services, 200 HUB. Interview appointments Questions on IBM products and
ceived a doctorate from the University of ,will be assigned by mail for times between 8:30: a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Fri- demonstrates new systems, 10 a.m. to 5
Southern California and a bachelor's day. Students should contact the financial services office if an appointment change p.m., CIRCA Demo Room, E-520 Com-
degree from the Illinois Institute of must be made. puter Science and Engineering Buildin .
Technology. His areas of specialization are Students who have received Guaranteed or Federally Insured Loans must completea MUSEUM PROGRAM, "So That's
inorganic chemistry and x-ray diffraction. loan counseling session prior to leaving the University. Appointment notices will What You Do!," where visitors can meet
d be mailed by Student Financial Services. Students who are unable to attend either of museum curators and learn about zooarch-
Abandoned PropertyTo the two sessions they are assigned should call 392-0737 to reschedule.All aeology, herpetology, malacology and
amounts due the University for fees, short-term loans, student receivables and finan- paleontology, 2 to 4 p.m., Florida Museumof
Be AuctionedAt cial aid paybacks must be paid prior to graduation. Failure to comply with the paymentand Natural History Object Gallery.
exit interview rules could prevent the release of students' diplomas and transcripts.Minority FRIDAY

UPD StationThe L ...,...: ... "" ... -- UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, Newell Hall,
Reitz Student Union will hold an 10 a.m. to 2
auction of abandoned property beginningat !a p.m.MONDAY
9 a.m. Wednesday at the University UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, Newell Hall,
" Police Station. e 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Bicycles, automobiles,mopeds, motor- 1 Art F SUMMER SING REHEARSAL, spon-
cycles and other miscellaneous items will sored by UF music department, free ,and
be sold to the highest bidder. The auction open to the public, continues Mondays at
will continue until all items are sold, and ...".1 7 p.m. through Aug. 6,120)Music Building.
;' proceeds will go to the Gator Student
Loan Fund. Geriatric ConferenceTo
For more information on the public auc-
tion, call Pam Lovely in the Reitz Union Be Aired Thursday
student activities office, 392-1673. '
"Challenges in Geriatrics: Solving Pa-
Law College GraduationSet t I tient Problems in Nursing Homes,' the
fourth video teleconference in the
For Saturday "Challenges in Geriatrics"series produced ,
by UF's Geriatric Education Center,
President-elect of the Florida Bar
James will '
originate live from the Health Science
Fox Miller will be the speaker at summer
Center from The
1:30: to 4 Thursday.
commencement ceremonies of the UF
Scholars Visit UF teleconference, addressing problems that
College of Law at 10:30: a.m. Saturday in
in longtermcare
commonly occur geriatric
University Auditorium. Forty-seven stu High school seniors(from left)Jenese Mason, West Palm Beach; Lisa Johnson, Riviera settings, will be, distributed via
dents will receive juris doctor degrees, Beach; Cheryl Campos, Coral Springs; and Phyllis Carey,Jacksonville, try their handsat satellite to approximately 20 sites across '
and 46 students will receive master of law broadcasting at the WRUF radio station.The students
I were among more than 100 Florida and the.. southeastern United
in taxation degrees.The ceremony is free students who were on campus last week for the Minority High School Scholars Propane States. For information about viewing,
and open to the public. sponsored by UF's Office of Admissions. (UF photo by Jeff Gage) contact Eric Larsen, 392-2137.
Th University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Aiiuiiuilve/ Action Institution


situation which recklessly or inten- Santilli said hazing Is not as badas hazing policy. Administrators
LAWSUITfrom tionally endangers the mental or it once was,but the definition of won't be able to come into a frater-
DD page 1 physical health or safety of a stu- hazing is not clear enough. And if nity during its secret initiation
D investigate Delta Tau Delta's haz- dent for the purpose of initiation. hazing does occur, pledges often practices because it would be
are too scared to report it,he said. "meddling into their business,"he
ing policies.He added that the IFC
The law also says hazing"... is said.
didn't know about Albies' lawsuit not limited to any brutality of a Fine said UF should send some-
until a few days ago,but if unlawful physical nature,such as whipping; one to fraternities during Hell "Every fraternity has to grow
hazing practices are discovered, Week to make sure hazing is not "
F beating; branding; forced calis- up, Albies said. "They need to
Support the IFC might impose sanctions. thenics. Hazing also 'Includes practiced.But realize that there are other alterna-
March of Dimes Hazing, which is prohibited at sleep deprivation,forced exclusion Albies said the only way to tives in installing brotherhood
p MMIH DtffCTi FOUNOMIONBMM state universities, is defined by from social contact and extreme stop hazing is to have fraternitiestake within people.You can't force it on
Florida statutes as "any action or embarrassment, the law states. on the responsibility of a no- someone."

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lost or abandoned property recovered ron

the University of Florida campus

July 25, 1990 ,

by 4:00: pm is the Deadlineto O Wednesday July 25

place a Classified ad in o ,.

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published ,Monday, .,

August 20. University Police Station

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Room Furnished 3 block UF $165-22! From $350.00 month 377-3149' 7-31-12-2' facing woods 330335. NW Ig 2br 2ba wide with weekends.financing. 7117 Pool SW nice Archer park 1/3 Util., Carol((407))984-1051* 7-26-

single, $240 double. Share kith Ibathe. Studio $219' 1222 NW 8 Av 5 mln north of w/lott, patio $350-$360. Also rmmtwanted quiet Road,904-378-11201.open 8.9123SUBLEASE 8-5
students. 30'' 1/2 utils. 373-8310.
male $14S-$180
Pref grad +
UF economical privacy carpet ale. 371- OAKBROOK WALK**
& NW 15 St. Open 5:30-7:30 376-6652 or 7-26-4-2 *LUXURIOUS
3788122. 8-20-8-1 7777 7-24-5-2 : Brand new, completely turn. Walk to
2 F rmmle. for 2 Br/2Ba condo
THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane
Need 2 environmentally coneiou. ; See UF from private balcony newly 1 blk., 4 NW 25 St. 3 bdr12 ba/house, 4 HOUSE/APT. for summer &/or tall. European kitch.wmicro .
housemates for house In NW neighborhood renovated 1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. $650/mo, 12 mo. lease, 372-2857 Dennis. ;wash/dry; maid service; security -
1 mile to UF. Pets OK. $150/mo + 8-20-8-2 ; much more. Call Denies 3754541.
8-2-4-1 371.7777 7-31-10-2 Sublease 2bdr/1 be Sep-Oec. New carpet -
Call 378-0667. 8-20-14-5
1/3 Utilities.
fenced yard wId. dlahwasher. 1st
t HUGE 2BD 28TH $399 Sol Air Apts 636 Under the trees. 1 br duplex/house 1 1/2
ft deposit. $350/month. Call 332-
UF SW 13 St.for serious or professional Male N/S to share Brandywine apt for
Av off 6 ST near Albertson's)
FOR RENT: NW 20 (Just 7-31-4- 2600 after 8 pm. 73184F util. Contact
office: College Park Prop. 411 NW 15 ST person $250/mo 376-6183.' fall/spring terms. $170/mo +
2 Doug 335-4949 or leave messsge.
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk to sublease own bdr/bath In Oxford 8210.5

PHOENIX-What a d..112! BR,hook-ups, Two and three bedroom homes for lease Manor 3 bdr/3 ba townhie.. wash/dry.
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280, dishwasher, mini's, carpet. $310 $225 to 450 e. Call 372-2223 Of Burch dish garbage dlsp fully turn, nautilus, 2 Two rills F roommates needed for Fall Regency
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec Moore and Cox. 8-7-5-2 pools/ten. cts./bek. ball 1210/mo. 375- Oaks 3bdrm 2bath Call Marcy 336-

Plus LMR. Pool laundry,no cats or dogs FOXMOOR Lotsa storage! Breakfastbar 8805 Sh.rl.... 7-24-3-4 6688. 6-20-13-5

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 8-20-25 hook-ups, 2 BR, 1 1/2 bath by law DOWNTOWNARLINGTON
2 SQUARE Female share furnished 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba
school, pool. $450 LUXURY APARTMENTS 378-9682 Steal Deal! Large 2bd/2 1/2ba townhouse townhouse In SW area. Wash/dryer.

' Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet TOWER BY ARCHER RD Incredible rent! w/ ceiling fan dw w/d/ walk-In Available mid-Aug. $225 1/2 util. Call
' available In most units foi closet. Must seel' Sublease $4'0 Alllr 8
washer/dryer Short leases available) Dishwasher carpet 2 bedroom townhouse, new carpet, spacious 335.8273. 8-2-9-5 ___
t $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 ft 2 Ball mini's 2 BR hook-ups, pest control. quiet neighborhood, washerdryerhookup 3324574. 8-2-5-4
$250-$350, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 8-2Q. $37S/mo. We need F needed to share a beautiful
25-2 $285 4221 SW 21st Place 376-3133' 3 BLOCKS from CAMPUS sublease; 2 3bdrm 2bth for Fall Across from campus.

SOUTHFORK OAKS Luxury! Pool fireplace Colonial Oaks Apartments bdrm 1 bath, pets ok, park space avail., 210/mo+1/3 utI!. Call 336-04111v.mess.724A5 .
SPACIOUSONE more Info call 3368522. 7242.4 __
BEDROOM APT. washer-dryer, verticals, grey carpet 8-2-4-2 .

ONLY $273/MO./ 2 master BRs. $550 I I .

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 ples, eat-In kitchen dishwasher, hookups

r r 8-20-25-2 INCREDIBLE yard care, 2 BR. $325 THE NEWSTUDENT

I STUDENT HOUSE Won't Lastl 3 BR. 2

Starting Efficiency at$185 Apt. bath fam rm,fenced,pets ok. Quiet area. EDITION

Starting at $235/ 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST $500

PICKWICK PARK Convenient Shandsl

375-3861 378-3988 2 master BR suites, deck, porch storage, August 20,1990
8-20-25-2 pool.

Check Our New Specials'All MILL RUN Big townhousel 2 BR 2 1/2 Thousands of New students will want ; a

Amenities Available bath, pool fans deck$500

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED where to dine where to
AvailableWe're TOWER OAKS GLEN Pool! 3 BR 1 1/2/ to know ,
.. bath flat carpet hook-ups, dishwasher.
No.1REGENCY OAKS $450 have fun, and where to shop.,.,

378-5766 .

COUNTRY 3230 SW Archer GARDENS Road KEY MANAGEMENT Reach this market by advertising In

373-4500 372.3060,

8-20-25-2 2001 SW 16th Street 7-26-2-2 Tin Now Student Edition.

'f 1-br opts, carpeted central air, biking distance i
'In The Pines to UF. $260/mo 1-yr lease, last
month ft$150 security dep no pets. 332-
Spacious 1, 2 ft 3 Bedroom
3765 7318.2
Apartment &Townhouses

Convenient to UF/Shands Attractive, clean houses biking distanceto Advertising
2 pools tennis crt weight room
no dogs.
UF,year lease+ deposit alligator
sauna, 2 laundry rooms. -
Ask about 3 bdr specials $200 off 9024.8-20,12-2 3764482to.AWGATOR.

.P 373-3371 3 BD only $45011 WallktoUFII Water pd.
' 205 SE 16th Ave. a/c wood floors gas heat. 411 NW 15 St. . '
1/2/ mile east of Main SL 3717777. 7-31-5-2
M-F 0-8, Sat ,10-5, Sun 12-4

24,1990, ALLIGATOR._11


*CASABLANCA WEST m/f/ n/s. for Rmmts wanted for nw, 2 yr. old .". ... for own bdrm In nice house Master bdr avail In 2bdr/2ba/ turn apt for
: FINS own bd/ba/ In 3/3/ w/d, own br/ba In turn 2br/2.Sba twnhse condo home Good for uf/sfcc 3bdr/2ba, reasonable W/d, Jacuzzi, fncd yd pets ok. 7 min to F at Wlndmeadows, avail Immediately,
Wo, vaulted cell, view of pool volley. w/ wa/dry. $260/mo + 1/2 utll 335 .safe, $225/mo + 1/3 utll 3368605messagel UF Cent air Sum $150or/ fall $160 + call 335.6590 or If not there, call 336-
ill & tennis cti Call Dana 335- 2593* 7.28.5-5 / 8245 1/3 utl 336.1380. 8132. 8.2.5-5
90***** 7255.5
Wanted female roommate, 3bdr/2ba 2 rooms avail. In house near law school, rmmt. needed for fall/spring Own bdr N/S M for own bdr/ba In 2bdr/ba apt In
home, large yard quiet neighbors near wood floors, cent ac/heat, lawn service In great house, 1 blk. from UF Please Pinetree Gardens, ac. cable, $175/mo +
br F N/S/ for Fall Mill Run twnhie 2BR, Food Lion, 15 min from campus Furnished Incl., avail. Aug 1st. 371-1246 7313.5 call Jennifer Iv. message 371-3949 7- 1/3 util Call 336.0066. 825.5

|/2bath, turn, wash/dry, pool. Serious 250mo 3717073. 2655
erclaisman preferred $240/mo. Sean M/F/ own room In 4bd/2ba house Closeto IDEAL FOR SERIOUS STUDENT, Town.
i 9751. 7.24.S.S Female to share large furn 3bd/2ba law school/campus w/d/ micro. d/w/ 2 outgoing, fun girls are looking for a house In SW. Washer/Dryer $180 mo.
house 250/mo. includes utilities washer avail. Aug 1. $162.50/mo + 1/4 util No roomie to share a 3 bdrm aptown 1/3 utl 3381134.
and dryer and much, much more. Call pets 3783071. 824.5 room/bath/ Windmdws female n/s call 336-
ed neat/clean tomato n/. lor ..Need 2 .
374 8473 eves 7-2625 6393 dependable non smokers to
|I lor 2 Br/2/ Ba part. (urn. .F/NS/ wanted for own furn bdr/ba/ In share nice 3bdrm hse In NW on bus line

t t. Aloha Garden $200/mo.. + Sublet at the Laurels to share 3bdr townhouse Casablanca Condo. Biking distance from turn townhouse *MarchwoodA $145 mo/$100 deposlU 1/3/ util 371.0161
: ut. Call Dawn 374 8179. 72455JNDREDS 2bdrs w/own bathrooms SW 34th campus $250/mo 1/2 util Call pool micro. wih/dry Fall & alter 6pm*A*

St. Call John or Colby 3350833. 7.26.2. Heather 335.6106. 72625 Spring and/or summer $220/mo 1/3 utllIties .
5 Craig 335.0145 no pets 72655 NICE HOUSEI Need 1 rmmt on Aug 1.
Grad to share N.W. 2br/2bth. $144/$165 Across Univ from O'Dome. Own rm $180

roommates at your fingertips We canp NEEDED: F, n/s/ rmmt for fall In h... SW fancy 2br $173 +' 1/2 Also, NW Need M rmmt. to share master bdr in + 1/4/ util. Nickl/Christina/ 336.9791. 7-
you find that Ideal roommate FAST directly behind Norman Hall $185/mo 2br/2bth$306. Fancy SW 2br $330 373 2bdr/2ba apt Avail. Aug. 15, Call Ron 28.2-5
tor Rental Finders UF Plaza. 336 1/4/ utll. wash/dry/ fully furn, call 372 8310. 335.7539. 7243.5
9. 8-20.11.5 5120. 7.31.3-5 Mature f, n/s, fall & spring, 90.91 2b2b
M/N/S/ for fall to share new double wide Avail. Aug 1. Own room In 3br 2ba house luxury apt. grad, med law student,

for F underclassman ..COUNTRYSIDE** mobile home, quiet, own bdr/ba, call 813 off of North 34 St. Fenced yard. $165 + wash/dry micro. pool, security, new & ,,\
king prefer tore 4943144. 8965 clean, pleasant complex, call SOS-
1/3 utll. Sean 338.1788. 72435 very
3BR 2BA lot fenced
on quiet yard
2/2 apt. at Piccadilly Apis from gee.9317. 875.5
20 Phone In Chi. 312.549-3320, In ceiling fans washer/dryer/ F, Rmt. wanted; $105/mth
$225 1/2 utll. / 332.6531. 8 2. Need N/S F to share 2br/1 1/2ba townhse
plus N/S. F/S Park Place
802 464-6182. 8275ire 1/4 utll. ; Male, N/S pref Jr. or Sr.; share 2 bdrm.
avail 15. W/D micro d/w/ close to
4.5 (Bicycle Club) Call 336.6865. 8765 Aug ,
Hayes House across from Norman Hall.
UF Prefer serious student 175.00/mo +
condo F, live In the best, close to 1/2 util! Call Lisa 373.1339leavemessag. App. 250mnth. Call 615.832.6452 or
ROCKWOOD VILLAS M/F/ needed to share 3bdrm/1 bth spa
| & UF beautiful surroundings 1st 8136448472 Lv 8755
7 31 5 5
mature nF for own rm/ba/ wash/dry clous duckpond area house l65/mo/ +
student $250 all If
year pays you
fully furnished, alarm syst $235 + 1/2/ util; 1/3/ utll Call Rob or Darryl 373.2555. 7-
Share 2b/2b close
billy. Call 813 956 1559. 7.24.4-5 pool laundry to
avail. Aug 1. 335.7363. 26-35 Male Christian, own rm. 2br/lba townhouse -
UF/shop/bus full run hse utll Inc
/ 1/2 util
near UF/VA. l55/mo + ,
dep nag 336.6237 alter' 6 pm. 8985 phone/gas/elee $100 1 dep/$50 wK or $200
mon If int call 376.1057 Ive mess 731-
. & 9= THE MOBILE by Brett Schroeder 3.5
M/F/ roommate 2bd/1/ balASAP *A Bran
dywlne/pool/laundry/saunall I am an
BRANDYWINE 1 F/N/S/ to share 2 bdr/2/
open.minded sen./UF call Jen at 336
0747 leave mes. ba. turn $l4l/mo + 1/4/ utll, call Andrea
SALANUNG WCiIECK8ODI 334.7262 or Carol 334-8510. 72625

Seriously need FN.S roommate to look lor
2bdr/2ba/ turn apt In Brandywlne or Regency M/F roommate needed for a 3bdr/3ba apt
Oaks lor mid.aug call now 334 in Spyglass Wash/dry, must be a N/S.
x / 11 t gar 9449 Call Michelle and Mary 336.6129. 875

HEYIII I need F n/s rmmt to share 2bdrm
apt 3 blks from UF $170/mo/ & 1/2 utll, Room w/ a view Seagle Bid. Aug. 15 +.
Responsible, healthy, smokeless, grad.
pets ok, own parkn space Leigh
4870. person pref Prl bed/bath Call Jackie
I. collect407.624-8130. 8245

.OWN ROOM* F N/S/ Roommate
'Great Deal of FN/S2 rooms: 1 spacious .
L r Clowybw needed for Fall. Short walk to cam
rAr wAr AFAUirLAJSY. pus/Shands/ Ul0mo.3/ utilities Call for 2 at $1 125 each another at $1 140.

i 336.3834. 7.31.4-5 Furnished, wash/dry, close to
c.mpus..378.4599. A

MARCHWOOD-NSF for furnished
3BR/2BA townhouse, wssh/dry, pool Male rmmt for 'tall/spring to share bdr. In

bed ceiling fan $200 + 1/3 utll 336 Lakewood Villas 2bdr/2ba, $160 rent +
1020. 1/4 utll, call Pete at 4073924418. 8-2.

I 1Wr O O ByDoyktStemsckyTHAT 4.5
: ,1-y'S Blvens Forest, 2 n/s/ F, share master ste,
walk/bike to UF 2 1/2 Ba. pool, w/d $225 M/F for 2bdr/2ba townhouse In SW area
__ + 1/3 Util 376.9280/1.245.4143 collect. Pool, raq ball close to UF, wash/dry, everything

( G'N10N, [CHAU.KlGMtGONNA --| 3 ( 00 GOT Wn00yA KNOW? 7.2425F $250/mo/ + 1/2 util @ 335.3580.B2.4.5 .

{, IN IT? to share 2bd/1ba $193/mo + 1/2 util .
WOONDCRN'ATI RR'9A Roommate bdrm w/prlvate bath townhouse
Avail. Aug. 15. close to all, pets allowed Busline to UF, kitchen access
GHANG!! c R fIIAIOUGI4'l'A Kathy 373.4216. 72425 .
$215 Incl util/ Contact Cecil 332 0786 or
1 1I 05 OUR Color 3925212. 82075
,I U UG Ute1.U6 9El.l iN0 FOIN1! M/NS needed to share 4 bd/2/ ba house
w near SFCC Oaks Mall. Washer/Dryer

6WI6! Srt 1 1 large yard S nice neighborhood. $170/mo/ 6 FOR SALE
A + 1/3 utll! 332.1460 7242
1 T J JEUr TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk

T si STUDENT GHETTO mine own room In drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters
I VV i 3/1 house lor aug 1 turn exc own room Factory reconditioned unused In past 2
eWAQs.uO PAIN4 $145 + 1/3 utll. Serious student call 376 yrs Perfect for small typesetting Jobs
i 2119 72635 Good machine for small type shop System '
1 Includes 3 rolls 8 In. RC film & 6 font
Salt ,+.d; i N/S/ F rmmt. needed for own bdr/ba In nice disks $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
I A.
Casablanca condo. No leas required 373.9926 for more Info
Fully furn. except bdr. Avail Aug. $250/mo

Vie is ON 'M' IW4 eTU.AN'ALt, + 1/2 utll Call Ann 373.3492 or Iv. msg Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
SIDE, NOW WC CAN ITS GONNA cur INTO 8255 brands are all at our New Location! Car
ONE R0rM 0' REPEAt SIZI 00LIFCIAAE Stereo Specialists 3218 NW 13 St. 372-
UNO W08THAN89 1* 22 MY I A JW GTLLNDe 116MICLAIM, Med student needs M/F n/s serious student 2070. 8-20-25-8
MYN IS GONG / AWCT- VOWB9U9O IJPPLY! to share 2 BR/1 ba duplex SW back

N' Kltf AUMKf-CUK ,.??/R 3 MO yard fireplace, quiet, $180/mo + 1/2 util. MICRO CENTERComputers 376.1146
FIRlI QJSTOVBVS> t ** PAP M"SCCNARIO. 3323475. 8255 Editor choice Hewlett Packard

Northgate Price lower than mall-order.
*HOUSE 1 block from UF needs one Systems below Include 40mb
roommate until fall semester Own furnished ((28ms), graphics monitor. MC 286/12 :
bedroom $150/mo 1/4 utilities $1195, MC 386SX $1495. Northgate
QI tll; Call 338.2331, 8975 386/20.82399. Leading Edg.laptop w/40

MB hd & battery $2395 1ft 2 year warranties
ASAP Roommate needed to share nice 2 Onsite warranties Panasonic
bed/2 bath. Fox Hollow Pool. $l69/mo 1180 printer $185 HP Laser Jet lip .
I smoke and have kitten Steve 378 $1049.3743 W. University Ave 89126Crlmestopper
9606 f

721-M Car Alarms K.40 Radar Detectors .
VILLAS mature F n/s for Sherwood Sansul, Sony, Orion,
AN' WrU vares own bdr., $247/mo, Incl wash/dry + 1/3 Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo We Beat
ONLY W1110P40WEa INDN"NiT IN Twees, See i? >* util- no pets avail Aug. 1 1,3364531 7- All Prices 373-3754. 8.9.24-6

601.0 ALieR'r WAS aOQL4g ACTUAL. MIAL? : ALL OUR TIM0 m n/s w/ cat needs to find S roommate Large selection of used quality bikes.
AN' tWt$L ... Prefer' own bibs if you need roommate New ATB bikes at good prices Gator t!
Y1 VA A940 \\ or would like to rent an apt wme Cycle 3321 SW Archer Road. 373.3962
K" NOT HOW call 377.6595 ask for Tony. 7.24-2.5

IIt. AP b$ E. Need n/s F, 21 or over, share 2 bdr/2 ba Computer M XT: 21 MB hard disk 2 dbl
furn apt 1/2 ml from law school on 34 floppys 512K, modem monitor adv graphics .
St., $247.50/mo + deposit, 407-896 card, word perfect 8.0 Lotus 123, I
17 7512. 7314.5 more. $600 obo. 377.5433. 7-26.2-0

M/F for own room In 3bdr/2ba townhouseIn Classlfleds.
Marchwood Very nlce/cleanl July
free $200 mo; Call Darin, 335'6235 Continued on next page.1UESDAYJULY .
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ALARMS Installed remote control Houseful! 4 sale sofa, loveseat $100 refrigerator BRONCO XLT 1969
Graduating: 4 piece tan leather couch and Blue Insurance now covers
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will $100 2 ceiling fan $50 each $100 floor lamp $15 2 rattan kitchen motorcycles! Low rates, low payments .Excellent condition, mutt sell!
demo. Call 336-0193 student Iv. mes- dresser small truck topper lots more stuff chairs $20 each.. Call 334-7725 leave safe, rider discounts Fast drive-thru service 16,700 mile for 13700.00 or best offer.
tag. 8-20-21-8 377.4257 Mike. 7-26-3-6 message. 7-26-2-6 377-2277. 8-20-8-8 Dave 331-1230. 7-24-3-9

Couch matching chair end table ft wall AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow
STUFF! Single bed $50 dressers $30 ft Suzuki TS-185 street legal', looks ft runs
TWIN BED for sale $100 1 old
unit ft 336-4222. year
Inexpensive negotiable, low Fast drive-thru
$40. Side table, 2 desks, coffee & matchIng 7-26-3-6 great condition) CALL 336-9080. 7-26-2- like new 2,500 ml., must see, only $495, rates, payment 377-
service Se hable Espanol 377-2277
tide tablet, moped 2 blk... Call 376- 6 call before 11 am, 336-4208. 8-2-4-8 ,
8658 7-24-1-6 CARS We care. 6-20-8-9
Sony Discman w/car ace. $125, Midland

CB radio w/ant. $65, B&W TV $25 Double bed $40 asst chairs $20-$30 9 AUTOSAMC 85 Lebaron Convertible, Turbo 47,000

MOVING MUST SELL Healthtex body building muscle stimulator electric typewriter $25 snow skis ft miles, great condition only $5500. Call

bed $15. small trig $30. hammock $40, $100, call 3781506. 7-31-4-6 poles $10 lawnmower $25. 374-8547, JEEP CJ7 Renegade, 1980 4 cyl, Christ) after 5 at 334-6836 or leave met
dining table $10. Call Megan 3327515. 7-31-3-6 / sag*. 7.263.9Volkswagon
EARLY GRADUATION SALE! Ladies, New clutch, brakes, and tires. Runs
cruiser $75 Dining table $30 obo. Call 5 pc. sectional pit group sofa/cream color great.3347100.Must 7-24-5-9 sell 1800 oboe Call Jeff Rabbit 82yr 71000mll Perfects -

..CASH TALKS! Velour wtrbd kng- 3731955.I 7-24-2-6 Haitian cotton/very versatlle/orig. 3 wks ago all partsnew( ) checked &

cmplt $160, Ig desk $65 big icrn tv $150. $1500/now/ $100 cash/call 374-8561. 7- fixed by Volkswagen specialist. New
drplf table $45 golf clbt $40 all neg 338- 2 twin beds, mattresses ft boxes. 2 yrs. 26-2-6 Escort Wagon 86 tires. I keep receipt. Must leave $1480
1380. 7.24.4-6 old $70 each make offer. Call 332-5620 Automatic transmission 3357298. 7-24-2-9

Leave message. 7-24-2-6 Need to sell everything bdrm set w/desk, Good condition

FOR SALE Schwinn 10-apeed entertainment ctr, dining rm. set, vacuum $2,700 OBO 392-0191 454-4703. 7.24- 88 CHEVY SPRINT. 2-dr.5-spd.newa/c.

Continental 2 $65 and Used furniture, 2 couches w/sofa floor cleaner ironing bd. ft pictures, mint cond., 5-9 tires. AM/FM c.... Red S7K 45mpg.

SUNN guitar amp 100 watt lamp, bed wframe, kitchen atuff. 378- xcell. prices, call Genice 335-9501. 7- $2750. Very good. 4751082. 7-24-2-9
2 channel for $350. 3761359. 7316.8 2173. 7-24-2-6 26-2-6 NISSAN PULSAR RED, Mops,32,000

mI., extended warranty, xcl. cond., 85 LASER XT Turbo Sspd.. Ithr i-top..11

TREK bikes, 300 ft 400 series mint con- Sale tons of stuff-stereo components 1988 Schwinn LeTour 12 spd great cond., Julie 3764795. 8-2-6-9 options. Very fasti Mint condl I Moving

dition. $200 & $235 call 3353787. 7-26- cheap Yamaha keyboard 200, prof. guitar $200. 377-8575. 8-9-8-6 must sell. $5500. 373-7796 Iv msg. 7-

5-6 150 (was 400)). computer table 30, household MAZDA RX 7GS '85. Perfect condition.

ft more. 336-3909 7-24-2-6 Wood code ft endtable $40. tv stand $10. 38,000 ml, front air scoop m/fm cassette 10 WANTEDLocal
Apple II* Computer Mutt Selllll 2 microwave $20. computer desk $50. cinnamon midnight blu*. 332-5951. 8-2-4-9
drives, monitor printer joystick modem Must sell! Queen sofabed in perfect condition color sola/loveseat $150. All mint

+ 100't of progrmt Call David anytime at $250 or best offer. Call anytime. cond//$ n.goc. Call Lisa 376-1845. 8-2-4- Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class
3365866. 7-24-4-6 Leave message for Jeff 3356765. 8-2-5- 82 VW Rabbit gold Ilk* new, 50,000 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle' Fine

8 MOVING Must sell everything. Furniture "miles. $2600 336-6470. 7-26-4-9 Jewelry 373.9243.20.25.10

OAKTREE SHADZ: SNGLASES appliance and 2 vacuums. Will negotiate -
RayBan $35 Vuarnet $45 Boll $40 etc. Couch & loveseat asking $150 wall unit, 332-6759 Iv message. 8-2-4-6 ***RELIABLE AND INEXPENSIVE Wanted: CarsTrucksFor

Call 335-6450 to save 7-31- dining room table & chairs, patio set, 332- 82 Dodge Colt. A/C. am/fm stereo. Very Salvage, running/not running
your money. 6506 Iv. message. 7-26-3-6 Good Condition. $1100. Call 373-1424 wr.ck.d.IIC. 3711576.
5-6 Queen size waterbed $100. pull-out couch
leave 7-26-2-9 We and Move. 8-20-16-10
msg. Buy
$100 Lazyboy $60. coffee table $20. formica -
BICYCLES 4 CHEAP cruzrs womans Sip $55 mans dressers, shelf, desk $150 must..
Bicycle mechanic tells 10 bikes from $25to $25 mono 10sp $70 queen bed $45 draft' call 335-6328. 8-2-4-0 r

$50. Most are 10 speed racing style. 2119.ft chair 7-31-4-6$45 all good to great shape 376- DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Alex 3361972. 7-26-4-6 7 REAL ESTATEWhy
Edited by Trade Michel Jaffe
WATERBED, Oueenslze, sheets in
For Sale: Used Items: double bed-$70;
TV and VCR holder-$40; both In good con cluded. $75 or offer. Call Alex at 371- rent? You can own this 1BR/1BA. ACROSS 2 1957 sd-fl flick 39 Corrida 50 Beret's relative

ditlonl! Call Kelley at 375.3477 today! 7- 3807. 7-31-3-6 upstairs unit at PARKSIDE. Owner financing 11 I was In 3 Surrounded by principal 52 Poetic feetancient
24-3-6 walk to cl.... Available Immediately "
I960' Gibson Firebird National Rome 4 Discomfort 40 you the 53 Small bar In
$300. 1940 23500. JEFFREY SIEGEL.
lap steel $125, Ibanez Midi Guitar 5 "...lover and his 5 Landlord one!" FL Knox
Realtor 3736063. 6-20-13-7
$750. Fender super twin reverb $375, 6 Teutonic alas .44 Uke some 54 Saw
$30 CALL 376-0877 LEAVE MESSAGE.
7-26-4-6 Huge TOA PA cabinets $650 Fender Bul- 2/1 home for sale by owner. 2549 NW 54 9 More sedate 7 leg: moves melodies 55 Consumer

let $225; mucho more in good shape 373- Blvd., asking 48600." Work: 336-2435 14 /Italla's capital faster 45 Acknowledgeadvocate

Modern furniture cream coffee tbl/end tbl 6078. 8-20-7-6 Home: 335-1760. Ask for Plane. 7-31- 15 Kind of 8 Wicked biblical ments 56 "Laughingchamber

$100; blk wall unit $75; blk desk $50; SOFA BED. cond. $50 obo. call Priced to sell, newly remodeled assumable -' city 46 Revolutionary Cavalier"
t: wood/gl coffee tbls/end ibis perl.Burdlne's 335-2929. 7-26-2-6 great 9.5% fixed/no qualifying 3/2 townhouse 16 Related 9 Earl Grey, War Gen. painter

( ) pd 800 $400 OBO. 336- 55000. ((613)) 576-9332 after 5 maternally for one Putnametal. 57 "You can

1072. 7-26-4-6 Call about advantage of owning 31' M-F ((813)535-5800) X-14 work. 8-20-7-7 17 Matinee 10 Pest '. betI"

travel trailer. Avlon with computer desk. 18 Source of roe 11 Trig., e.g. 49 Street -: 58 Draft status
Car Stereo complete high end
Nakamlchl Rockford Sony CD, system G & S, $7250 377-5480. 6-2-4-6 A newly renovated colonial by owner, Immaculate 19 Dramatist' 12 Jacket wisdom of a 62 Journal ending

EPI clarity with a punch $3000 Invested cond., fireplace, oak floors Chekhov or collar sort 64 Nonsense!
$1200 firm. Can hear no placet. 332- MUST SELL GRADUATINGI! 2 dresser charming country kitchen 1 ml. to UF, 20 Panama and 13 Porter'sSweeney
$20 ea, dinette $40. large pit sofa, exc. very low taxes 3 bdr/1 ba. 613 NW 12
5750 after 6 7-26-4-6 Erie ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
pm. cond desk .
$300, $25. wall unit $20. Ave., 49500. 3757464.8207.7
Make offers Call Bobby 373-5951. 8.7.5- 22 Keystone 21 Grassland A A B O w R
25" color remote control tv, sofa, dresserw Assume mtge No qualifying low down on 24 "Don't ten met"' 23 down:
L D M 010 A X
mirror mattress w/box springs, all In 2br 1 1/2ba Townhouse near UF and bus
Bdrm Furn dresser w/ mirror $175 25 Dickenson became
night quiet
good cond.,-Call for price. 373-3351 7- line must see. Call 3351550. 7.31-5.7 C U R I A DIE S A N
table $50 bur. $100 office desk $75 or 28 Ranis' garbs 26 Added clause
24-3-6 T R A S ARE N D
$350 for all 4. Will nego. Call Steven 29 Herman of 27 Some summer

Moving rattan sleeper' love seat, cof. 3717017. 8756Handcrafted comedy babies SLER T A

table, 2 end tables800; stereo135; wooden blrdfeeder Different 50% OFFEVERYTHING I IpS' 33 Tennis name of 30 Stats g R A

desk- 70; row mch- 65, morecall 377- Call fame for stenos N N A K R A
sizes available. $5 to $15 each.
3450 eve. 7-26-4-6 J.R. between .7pm and 10pm 375-1935. 38 Robertson 31 Affluence L C E N A

7-26-2-6 38 King topper 32 Cigar end U A N NET S
Sofa and chair $100 obo. Double bed
w/frame $60 obo; also endtables 39 Inventor'smonogram .33 Pop song S A S T R
Elec. cond. Harvest Gold '
barstools, and drester. Call 335-4145. range, perfect rhyme scheme D E M K A M
$120. fridge, works, $35, 378.4884. 7-26- 41 Media
Leave mestage. 7-26-4-6 fare 34 Chem. et al. I ALL U A M
briefly 35 1965 Beatles -
COMFY COUCH. Faded blue. Sturdy. D
Papasans,wicker rockers wicker bdr. furniture 42
Wyoming time film
Free slipcover. You move. $125 call 338-
basket & more at warehouse
letters 37 Kind of cake
9870 or ask for Mike at 392-2621. 7-26.
price Sal Fri 9-6 ft Sat 9-4 Interstate 2-6 43 Robinson M D A
Mini-Storage 1 ml north of Archer RdMcDonald'
48 Words of
on 40th Blvd. 7-26-3-6 ,72090understanding
PIANO Richmond Upright good sound,

yr (no bench). Good deal at $500 firm Call 47 Reach for
4 sale disc jockey set-up gd cond $1900 '
372-3627 after 5 7.24.1-8
blo Inc) 2 SL1200-ttbls, l-atus mxb. 1-600 pm. 48 Suit parts

wan amp 2-400 watt spkrs call Mike 338- Baby grand piano. Howard c. 1880. New 51 Anderson

0793. 6-2-5-6 bass strings, new Ivory, new felt. $5,000 56 Gibson of

or best offer. Call Wanda 392-1351 day, RODERICKSosl oaters
Single waterbed, extra long, new mattress 378-7050.ve.. 8-7-5-6 59 Shooter
and liner $70.obo. Couch and 1978
60 One of the
Chair very comfortable $50.obo. 371. Must sell: 14K 18" Figaro 7.7 gr. v $75, Men 9 and Women s Clothing
1165 6258Furniturer Smith -Corona auto-2500 like new $35, acting
weights ft bench $15. 15 Atari cartridges; Creekslde Mall 377-0902 Plummers

336-8111. 7-31-3-6 61 "Tomorrow"
1 yr old sofa, papasan cushiony
150. queen H2O bed (new mattress) singer
63 1965 PGA
125, coffee table 45. desk & chair 30,
/ .e call 336-4898 obo. 7-24-2-6 owl AoA winnerHoopla
65 word
Used hems: 2 twin beds wframes, $100 MALL 10OAKSMAlt :Q Six"' 10alprt 66 Legal claims

for both 2 sofa chair : $40 both 2 UMNIWBHtHYROAP Q, Itieb 67 Blemish

loveteat I vacuum. All Items very neg. OAKS LAST OAK 68 Theater seat

372-0454. 7-24-2-6 331-6818 WSIOE OAKt MAII 331 6118 ADJACENT 10 MAIL 69 The world toShakespeare
Kt oAKs eA7s

Designer furniture LR DR BR new also AMaIJI"IDllA( -ea1i1b3or) 70 Fast fliers,

-I pictures.. etc. 338-6513 or 335-9659 best ::: GHOST PGoUr for short
offer. 7-24-2-8 ;;
1e o.IlJI.a.i. -.1:15,4:15.7:15.10:111'-: : : : 71' Old or young

Bedroom set white Spc. twin bed '350. t:a. UUfwto)) 1:11: DICK TRAY (P6)ouro.) chaser n

Wicker chairs and coffee table $70. DinIng tee: |lets: ass M). S.... 1M
room set $75. Kelly 336-8809 Lv. ;+....="I\C) DAYS THUNDER ("11) I DOWN _

l message. 7-26-3-6 11e'ML' Pf abet cat 1:45: ((5:000 $3.00)). 7.45,10.20: : 1 Writer Jong

tAA oar:I' =u0ie ae DEI HARD B (I)
Sleeper sofa $100.; glass ft wood end/cof-. 'e 'IMOLesAaieUsThMeSyWIni. 7/24/90/ /
teo: ,W s eo .t: :as. 1:30: ((4:45: 013.00)), !.30, 10:10.: -0
tee tables $100; wood bkcase $60; gh) '
PUZZLED? Foranswers clues (from today's. call(
ri1 butcher block $50;;recliner $70; 2 velour t::11. (fs>*e si Sol).S..M.-ICU: to puzzle, '

I j..cth. $100 All nego.. ,331-8606 or 338- \_" ',' < on 1-900-2123 and follow Instructions, YouU be billed 95 cents. :,

., 1.26,3-, per minute. You can use a touch-tone or'rotary dial phone. ,"

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lor cruiser and Mtn Bikes. Bikes and Get confidential tailing and treatment at MOVING* Business' Legal *, Personal Reports innovative alternative -Word processIng -
More 2133 NW 6th St. 373-6574. 7-26- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8- Professional Moving/Packing ft Supplies. Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. laser print, good rates. Custom serv.
1- Item -House full. Local/Lng dlst. Q'vllle Handicapped Typing avail Mary 4755342. 8-20-17-12

11 SERVICESNW ** GATOR MOVING ** Lie/Ins.MOVE. 8-20-21-11 Priced for Students! Marty 375- 82025.12 378-7179.

Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1. 13 HELP WANTED
at I-7S ft NW 39th Ave Item/Hie ONE STOP DENTISTRY
Mini storage Full. Days/Eves Long die Typing reports business F129H
near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Llc/lnt. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 8-20-25-11 Accepting new pta, emerg. adult cleaning legal resumes cassettes transcribed TYPESETTING &
disc to students. 332-6917. 8. $30, child$20
$20,10% ,
applications letters notary *etc.
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons ((4)) wlsd tee $350 ((3)) wlsd. tee $275 Available 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. DESKTOP PUBLISHINGNow
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS boarding woodser (facilities ((2)) wisd. tee $225. accepting applications for typesetters -
hay rides parties sales working Nitrous oxide. Accepting MC,V, AE for Alligator Editorial Production. Involves
students accepted 466-3224, 375-8080. Must bring coupon, up to ((4)) people MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339 Full laying out and typesetting articleson
1233 NW 10th Ave. H.T. Gonsoulin, DDS 372-9521 8-20.8-1 & sell service computing.. Typing starts @ desktop equipment each night. Good
Precision machine shop personallz.dlutllrvlce. experience for graphic/art/Iournallsm majors
Resumes $6 Self serviceresumes
3721664MCVISAInsurance 1.50/pg
.used by many UF depts. For LEGAL SERVICES $2.50/hr .15/page. Lasertypeset or others with similar interest. Experience
students Let AC&T AVAILABLEBrian with IBM-compatible systems
& profs. help, call
Free Pregnancy Test 371-2112. 7-31-8-11 D. Solomon graphics spell check and/or Ventura Publisher preferred, but
Member papers special characters employment
377.0772 not required. Evening hours, flexible
National Abortion Federation HORSE BOARD Greathouae Farm & databases mailmerge training, schedule. You must be available for
Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate Jn care A TYPING WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. '8 9- training now through August 10, and
*FREE* facilities 15 mln from UFI Jan 376-778. 25.12 available to work this fall. Fill out an application
Pregnancy Test 12 SERVICES at 1105 W. Univ. Ave., 9-4 pm.
Gainesville Women's Hunter Showbarn now accepting students Typing/Word/ Processing Quality depend Specify 'Editorial Production. No phone
HEALTH CENTER Past UF equestrian coach. Boarding, able service Reasonable rates. Laser calls, please. AA/EOE
720 NW 23rd Avenue working students accepted. Farrell TYPIN3- Near Butler Plaza Fast, accurate printer. 377-8175 Ill 00pm.: 8-26-25-1 2 N
377-5055 Farms 472-3142. 73110.11 service. Call 3730134.202512.. NEWSPAPER
ABORTION (To 24 Wks) Word Processing Typing, Bkkping & No
BIRTH CONTROL Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms. TLC for your papers, thesis, dl... Mac 2, tary. Grad school exp Prof quality 15 PRODUCTIONNow
Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or for
ckd. NW accepting applications pasteupfor
Gynecology Services laser,graphics ability. Call 373-9619. BTHEY'RE yrs exp Spelling section.
Highway Patrol 482.5127,4112.4311. 8- Dawn 3323913. 8-20.25.12 Alligator Editorial Production. Good
experience' graphlc/art/journalism majors
or others with similar Interest. Experience
Typing ** Typsettlng **
From $1.50pg-917NW13St. preferred but not required.
I Evening hours, flexible schedule You
wes, Inc. 373.9822 must be available training now through
8-20-15-12 August 10, and available to work this 'fall.
Fill out an application at 1105 W. Univ.
Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable Ave., 9-4 pm. Specify 'Editorial Produc- f
BACK. service. Master In English will check tlon. No phone calls, please. AA/EOE I Ii
spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 3731937. 8-9- i
24-12 AVON 375-8967
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
AND THEY'RE READING- Pickup/Del., Typing and wordproc. near Benefits' Insurance. 8-20-25-13
campus. Dependable quality service.
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
373-4464 8202212We CLERK I
v Now accepting applications for a classified
Beat Everybody's Prlcelll clerk at the Independent Florida Al.
,. \.. ,, "\ : ResumesALettersAReports, etc. ligator. Some office ekllle/exp., math
Alachua Word Processing ability,dependable and willing work I
'. 3765465. ** Established since 1985 with heavy public contact. Hour "Monday -
4 '
8-20-21-12 Must be able'
Friday 9:30am-2pm.:
:::f;,,; 2.* I\, 1 to work week of August and In Fall.
0..RESUMES*** Apply In person at: 1108 W UniversityAve.
,: : .: "'< Complete writing & development ser (No phone calls pl.....) Studentsat
', : vices. Resume House 371-8148. 8-9- University of Florida or Santa Fe
:. ,... ,.. 20.12 Community College only need apply. .1 i

: .. i. Typlng/Wordprocesslng. WordPerfect AA/EOE.

"){/ 5.1, quality work fast results, low rates, Paying $200 to qualified volunteers to
dependable, p.r.on.l.ervlce. Tara 332- participate In drug study for treatment of
1469 8-20-19-12 sun fungus (Tinea Versicolor) Call 331-
5379. 8-20-11.13
Typing and Wordprocessmg-legal, ter-
mpapers, etc. Professional quality and Part-time, entry level pos. for magazine.
reliable service Call Nancy 3722750. Filing, Ight typing, wp exp. helpful. Must
7-31-13-12 have prof phone voice & be organized.NS. .
375-3705. Ask for Tract 9.12 am
TYPING 3 7 1 -6435 M-F. 731713Classifieds.
WordPerfect spell checked $1.50 a page
up to $5.00 minimum. Termpapers reports .
letter,etc. 82011.12 Continued on next page.

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sandwich special SALE II

EARN $35This house, competent repalra. Walk to 1800 Gun Inventory w/free 16 oz drink 7am BAGELS to 6pm. 7-26-7- Best J&L 371GEMS. 8-20-10-16
W Unlv
1620 open
UF 3766652. 8-20-8.13 Over 500 handguns In stock
week $110 this month new donars
with this + Study while donateor Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair ALL PIZZA'ED OUT? You need the moneyto
coupon. you
watch videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Florida Book Store has openings lor prep Reloading Supplies 466-3340 Try the fresh taste of Mexico delivered to do what you will.
Blood Plasma Center. Est. 1969. aration for fall opening of school. If you Harry Beckwlth. Gun Dealer your door! EL TORO TO GO 3748100. Rich I at Best Jewelry; and Loan r
want to work at Fla. Book Store,come see 8 mi. South olG'vllle on 441 has the cash for those bills. I
238 SW 4th Ave. -378-9431, M-Th 8-7
us at 1614 W. Univ. Ave. 7314.13 ALSO INDOOR PISTOL RANGE Looking for something to do? Alley KatzIs
Frl 8-5 Sat 8-2. 8-20-25-13 27 old SWM, enjoys buying gold, cashIng f
HANDICAP FACILITIES the place for you. Bowling, mini golf yr -
Students! Campus jobs, part time, we will and lounge. Call 373.3833 lor Info. 8-9- checks & making loans. Looks for discreet ,
Need 15 bucks work around your busy schedule. Meals Pricebuster shoe sale- ladles and m.nl I rl.' Best Jewelry ft Loan. ,
ft uniforms provided. Apply at Gator Din- Tennis, running, cross-training-great selection Uechi Ryu practitioner In search of train 371-4367. 8-20-10-16 i
Ing, 160 Reitz Union, Mon-Frl. 2-4 pm. from $29+. EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza. ing partners. Call 3766725. 7-26-2-15 }
rel8Xt today YoZcli 7-28-3-13 FAST CASH for your good TV'a. stereo's; t
An cashall Sale on ladies' 'tennis clothingshorts, vcr's, cameras or anything! Best Jewelry
easy up shirts, skirts 25% old Great selectionEZ 16 CONNECTIONSFAST & Loan 623 NW 3rd Ave. 371-4387. 8-0- C
that's required Is a plasma donation. We Babysitter wanted 2-3 hrs on Fri's, must
Tennis 34 St Plaza 372-2257. 8-9-15-15
pay $15 lor your 1.14 donations ft special have local references t experience, 335- TIMES 81 white male Inexperienced, looking for
bonuses enabling you to earn up to $115a I I 0185. 7-26-2-13 $ COLLEGE MONEYI! Private Scholarships CASH FOR FAST 371-GEMS. same for discreet relationship, write to
month. Come In today! Best Jewelry a Loan John P.O. Box 728. 32604. 8-2-4-16
You receive a minimum of 8 private
Alpha Plasma Centers BE ON T.V. many needed for commer 8-20-10-16
9 SW 1st SI.Galn..vlll.378.0204. cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting sources or your money refunded! Guaranteed BiWM student seeks same for close friendship
into. Call ((615)779-7111) Extt. T-235. 7- COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP LOCATORS EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye. diseasetreatment. discreet relationship, 20-26 yrs old.
24.1.13 PO Box 1881 Joplin, MO t I. 28 years exp. Dr. j. Beckum, Must be athletic, good looking and straight
Dancers wanted no experience needed 64802-1881. 417-624-0362. 8-20-22-15 optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 3761288. acting. Reply with phone, photo to Randy,

will train earn 600 weekly apply In person PREP COOK, part time & full time. Apply 8-20-25-16 Box 23664, Q'Vllle, 32602. 8-7-5-16
after 7pm Trader's 2212 S.W. 13th St. 2.4 pm Mon-Frl. SNUFFY'S 1017 W. MOVING? Why rent and move yourself
7319.13 Unlv. Ave. when I can move you lor less? Anytime, WE BUY AND PAWN 18 RIDES
Anywhere! Save a starving studentl 335- GoldSilverDlamondsJewelry

SKEETERS now hiring experiencedcooks WORKI! TOP PAYI! HON 4540. 8-9-20-15 Rolex TV'I*SII.OI*VCR'.
TOP CASH PAIDII!I 45 rift/ Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w/ 5 yrs. of
waits, cashiers, bus people A dish EST/LEGITIMATEI/ Assemble productsat
washers. Apply in person at 2601 NW 13 home 904-686-3634 ext 4110. 7-24-1- SKYDIVE Best Jewelry & Loan 371-4367 wkly Fri/Sun bus trips. Pets ok pkg trans

St. or 2010 SW 34 St. 7-19-6-13 13 Skydive with the Wllliston Skydivers 336- ported. GMG trans 338-7026/305-266-
7970. 82018.15 EZ Loans with approved collateral. Cal' 3788.

Help wanted lor refrigerator rentals, will the Cash Hotline Your Buddy Richard wll
INTELLIGENCE JOBS take care of you. Best Jewelry ft Loan Offer ride to South California. All expenses
pay $4/hr/ male ft female applicants, call Stringing at EZ Tennis ready within 24 hrs
FBI, CIA, US Customs, DEA. etc. Now Eric at 3716321. Cheaper, better ft faster than most Cash for anything. 371-4367. 82010.1eGAY paid except your food ft person-
Hiring. Call ((1)805) 687-6000 Ext. K. stores. Period. 372.2257. 8-9-15-15 als. For more Info call Jackie. 336-3909
9486. 8-20-11-13 ? BI? QUESTIONING?
GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs 10' around
St. Louis
Need ride Chicago or
How stores will sell shoes lor
Attention perfect for students M-F 5:30:: many good Info/Referral/Conaultation 8-20-25-16 8. Will Call Michele 3348852.
? EZ Tennis EZ Aug pay.
$29.99 1. 372-2257 2.
9:30pm: phone hourly wages plus
Tennis 34th St Plaza 3. EZ Tennis of
bonus. Fri.ndlyatmospher.. After 1 pm When the heat Is on

3783238. 7-24-4-13 terminals & pc's. buy, sell, Gainesville. 8-9-15-15 and It's bucks you need, 20 LOST & FOUND

SWIMSUIT MODELS trade, rent ft repair. Great prices, QUALITY SPAIN STUDY ABROAD Best Jewelry and Loan
CDCS 818 W Unlv. 338-0378. 8-20- your requests we will heed. Mexican food north of
figure models, wanted for prof College credit. University of Salamanca.Live FOUND the best
photographer's portfolio, no e.p. nec, PO 25-14 w/Spanish family. Academic programs Best Jewelry & Loan the borderl) It's right here In Gainesville &
Box 24171 Gnsvlle 32602. 7-26-5-13 available year-round. Free Bro they deliver. EL TORO TO GO 1203 SW16lhAve.
Largest Pawnshop In Townl!
: 3748100. 8-7.10-20
chure. CONTACT: BSA 2802 E. 371-4367
Farah's on the Avenue Is now GROOMERI Located next to UniversityPost Madison, Suite *160 Seattle, WA 98112. .
plications lor the fall .. Office 1618 NW 1st Ave. 7-31.8-14 ((206)) 728-1498. .7-26-10-15 FOUND: Florida Driver's License In
washers, cooks, waitresses. Experience North-South Commuter lot on 7/12. Call to
required, No phone calls. Apply between 15 PERSONALS 50% off aerobic wear saletights, tops, SALE SALE SALETV's ID. 335.5833 7-24-3-20
3:00-5:00: : Mon-Thur. Must be 21 or older. tanks, briefs. Selection includes items lor $25 & up, VCR's $85 ft up
7-26-5-13 Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great ladies & m.nl! EZ Tennis 372-2257 34 St. CD players $79 ft up. Gold $10 ft upBeat FOUND: Male dog with black & white

prices-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical Plz. 8-9-15-15 Jewelry & Loan 371.4387. blotches, looks like chow/collie mix, about
REV Is hiring for (all. Bartenders Laboratory 370-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. I 30 Ibs. Found 7/12 behind Joe's Deli on
barbacks doormen, maintenance, and block from Ala Gen. 8-20-25-15 *FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* GWM 26, UF student, athleticrunnerseeks / University. Call 3753985. 7-24-3-20
,r" cleanup wanted. Exp. pre!. 8 E. Univ. Serving UF since 1977 tame for Nautilus workout partner.
M-TH 12-4. 7-26-4-13 Natural Foods and Vitamins Most Insurance accepted Reply with phone to Box 15122, Gvllle, LOST! class ring In CSE basement rstrm.
Birkenstock Sandals. 2 blocks from UF I 1107 I SW 2 Ave. 32604. 7-19-4-16 on wed 71190. $$ for return. Call 935-
Rental Agent own car, sales personality a Sunflower Health Foods Dr. Steven Schargel 0572 collect. 7243.20
must. College Park Apts 411 NW 15 St. 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 373.7070 WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH.
3717777. 7243.13 Best J&L 371-GEMS. 8-20-10-16 FOUND: Ladies watch In Publlx parkinglot
PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate Unique slogans on 100% cotton T-.hlrt.. on NW 13 St., call to ID 371-2021.
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate test results from a reliable source i ADULT THEMES. For free catalog PO ATTENTION: Student Loans on any.
In new drug study lor treatment of PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8- Box 50585 Ft. Meyers FL 33905 8-20-8- thing No one refused with good collat FOUND: Dog, terrier mix w/ golden hair,
athlete's 'loot. Call 3315379. 8-9-8-13 20-25-IS I 15 eral. Best Jewelry ft Loan Pawnbroker, 15-20 lbs, found at Windmeadows apts,
B23NW3rdAve. 3714367. 82010.18 behind Butler Plaza call 377-7266 or 374-

Part time sales position, earn $600/week. NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? THE MESSIAH OF ISRAEL FOR AN IN- 8657. 7-24-2-20 _
easy & fun, call Stan, 1-800-634-8126. Get special student discounts on exams SPIRATIONAL MESSAGE DIAL 378- Surf on down to "Pawn Beach
7-26-4-13 and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT 3359. 7-26-4-15 When the tide seems too high. FOUND: Pair of perscription glasses in
HOOD. 377-0881. 8-20-25-15 We're your summer friendsso Norman Field, blue case wblue rims. Call
TYPIST part time lor book rough draft. AT YOUR FINGERTIPSI! your blues will be all sky) to ID 375-0970. 7-24-2-20

Need not type last or perfect just de Permanent Hair RemovalCall Put the world at your fingertips.
pendable. Flexible hours. Call eves 372. Katie Omega Electrolysis. Inc. f for World Book Encyclopedia Is now avail. lor GOLD GOLD GOLD FOUND: brindled pit bull puppy, female
7823. 7-26-3-13 Info about t tat the PERMANENT removal,; 1 of IBM ft compatibles! We buy your old GOLDII found by Carleton Aud call 3356627. 7-
unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307 3771890. 8-20-13-15 $ WE PAY CASH $
Art, graphics, art ed, etc, 10 hrs per week, 8-20-25-15 371-4367 Best Jewelry ft Loan FOUND: Gold charm on 7/18 In 358 Little
begin fall term, 5 blocks from UF, art lettering Hall and set of keys, Including UF keys on
$1.50 OFF 251b or more wash dry fold 7/20 In Carleton Auditorium. Call to ID.
hr When you're stuck In
job. $4.00 per to start. Reply to $STUDENTS GET CASH out Oz
Gainesville 7-24-2-13 w/this ad, 3 hr service. University Plaza and need cash to home 392-1521. 7-8-g-20
Box 286 32601. For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's you get ,
Coin 1620 W Air
Laundry University con
372-1226. 211 W. Unlv. Ave.-next to Central -' click your fuels three times FOUND: Book Upgrading A RepairingPCs
ditioned color & video 372-
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NESTYfrom ward in the news conference, was 53.00 clocking that won him the swimming heroes from the past. But as the most prominent fig
page 16 still fidgeting with the microphoneand gold medal In SeoulIn But in Suriname,he's the first one." ure in a country that has only 10
his bottle of water. fourth place after 50 meters, Indeed, Nesty has sparked pools' Nesty also feels the pres
"Before the race I was about to a half-second behind Biondi at enough interest in the sport for sure.
,Vhereas world-record setterke pee in my pants, actually" Nesty 25.42,Nesty shook his nerves only someone to promulgate the gold-
Barrowman and others re- said giving no indication he was in the final quarter of the race, on-green T-shirt he wore yester- Now, his victory in Seoul has
ed in the unintimidating atmo- kidding "I've never been so nero passing American Brian Alderman, day.It read"Suriname Swimming" been legitimized by another.
sere of these Games, Nesty was vous in my life. Now I can relax, I Soviet Vyacheslev Novikov and, a grouping that includes two recent
emotional wreck. The first guess. with one big Biondi."Anthony's "You can't say, 'Anthony out-
proteges of Nesty: a male butterfl- '
touched Matt in Seoul that it
(( ),
mmer to commit to competinge "I'm happy it's over with."
situation is marvelous
ier who will join him at the UF next said.
he had been so focused on On a day when no world or ," Biondi said. "He's introduc- year, and a high school girl who was a fluke Nesty
Biondi rematch that he enteredy American records fell In seven ing something that's never been has begun training in Fort Lauder- "Everyone who went to the
the 100 butterfly and, after events,Nesty did not approach his there before. Americans have dale. Olympics did the best they could."

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NCAA rips I Nesty proves Olympic win no fluke

a future Gator captured gold medals this Seoul, the tiny' South American country
Staff, WIre
Rebels UF weekend in the Goodwill Games. minted a gold coin and postage stamp in his
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. Re-name the Martin Zubero,a UF senior representingSpain honor. For the Goodwill Games redux, the
capital. Create a monarchy. Erect a shrine won Friday night's 100-meter() back- margin was 40 times exaggerated 53.42 to
and rule that no structure in the country can stroke in 55.68.The All-American also swam 53.82 but Nesty has no reason to believethe

be stand taller. the 200 backstroke late Monday evening. 360,000 folks back home will respond
may nextThe Or, at least, build a pool. with apathy when he returns tomorrow.
Nicole Haislett, a UF signee for the fall,
UF the of Yelp for yelp, Suriname be the
junior Anthony Nesty, passion snapped East Germany's win streakin may country
NCAA has gotten out of hand. Suriname, stumped Matt Biondi again. In international women's 18-year swimming by win- that most celebrates Ted Turner's

If you don't believe it, just ask the University the greatly awaited re-match of the closest ning the 100-meter() freestyle in 55.97. Games. But for the country's only world-
of Nevada at Las Vegas. 1988 Olympic race, Nesty on Sunday again class athlete,the Ne. sty plunge was less than
rallied in the final 10 meters to pass the Haislett, 17,from St. Petersburg, said the exhilarating.
monolithic American, defending his supremacy victory is a stepping stone toward the 1992
Matt Adams Olympics in Barcelona.
in the 100-meter butterfly.
see Nasty, page 15
F Along with Nesty, one,UF swimmer and When Nesty won by 0.01 seconds in

the defending basketball national UF will TV
Spurrier : play on
champions, discovered last week just how I I I

long the NCAA will hold a grudge.Thirteen

years ago, UNLV was convicted of rules .
violations and the in a bowl "
NCAA ordered the By GREGG DOYEL game.
school to suspend coach Jerry Tarkanianfor Alligator Staff Writer Because the investigationhas

a year. dragged into late July, UF
Vegas refused and sued the NCAA, say Facing the media crush at a officials are uncertain when

ing it had no power to make such a demand. 4 N bhp. Florida Field press room, UF the NCAA Committee on Infractions
Lawyers fought it out in court, and after 13 football coach Sfeve Spurrier will hold a hearing

years UNLV lost its appeal. The NCAA, 43yk feigned ignorance from the be- the UF case.,The NCAA may

which supposedly exists to protect its athletes ginning. not decide on UFs penalty
decided to penalize the universitywith "Why are we all here?" he until October,leaving Spurrier

a year of post-season probation.That joked. unsure what effect that uncer-
means no defense of last year's He might as well have been tainty will have on recruiting."We .
national championship.That serious. While former UF
coach Galen Hall was report- just finished one re-
means Larry Johnson, Stacy Au-
gmon and Anderson Hunt, all underclassmen edly handing out cash to his cruiting period where lots of
assistants and providing trans- schools mentioned to pros-
who could have left early and been
if potential lottery picks in this year's NBA portation to a player, Spurrierwas pects that Florida may get the

draft, will be denied a chance to win it all guiding the squeakycleanDuke death penalty," Spurrier said.
Blue Devils to 20 wins "We lived through that. We'll
and an Atlantic Coast Conference know exactly where we stand
And I'm not quite sure why. "
championship in his by October.
The athletes involved in the violations three
years at the helm.In .
likened Florida'scase
have gone on with their careers and lives. fact Spurrier
Spurrier well
Any student at UNLV at the time, unless have been speaking may for both to that of Clemson, an

they pursued a very long doctorate, no the football and basketball ACC school whose football
longer attends the school. Only Tarkanian teams, who have wondered team has been under as heavyan
NCAA investigation during
aloud why they are going to
Why the punishment?The NCAA will say suffer for the sins of others. the last decade as UFs.
it needs control of its member schools in
"None of us were involvedin Clemson was placed on two
order to keep games fair.That sanction and the violations, but they'regoing years probation in the early

punishment is necessary to keep schools to have an influence on 1980s, and a few 'months ago
from violating NCAA rules. It needs to "
us, Spurrier said. was found guilty of violatingmore
instill fear. And the courts the NCAA
say rules
Despite the words "death"and NCAA including
has the power to distribute justice. "penalty" tossed aroundby payments to players and re-

But justice, they say, is nothing unless the media, Spurrier said cruiting violations,both major
tempered by mercy. It's time for the NCAAto the Gators will escape unscathed penalties absent in this year's

start showing some. at least for the 1990 UF probe.
The penalty given to UNLV will cost the season.
school more than $1 million,assuming the "We don't know what the Clemson was given one year

4 team that won the national championshiplast penalty will be, but it's my of unrestricted probation.
year and returned most of its starters understanding that this
year'steam "They got a severe two-year
would challenge again this year. can play on television," probation, like us, and then
$1 million for a 13-year-old crime. Spurrier said. "I understandthat broke violations later," Spur-

UF,of course,has its own problems with E. ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR we will be able to competefor rier said. "Their penalty was,
the NCAA. The school doesn't debate the UF football coach Steve Spurrier answers questions at a the conference championship hey, don't do anything wrong

charges of coaches' misconduct there press conference In the Gator Room. ,and if we deserve, to play for another year."
can be no real reason Galen Hall and Norm
Sloan technically broke rules.The questionis
the magnitude of those rules and how I IUF
Brandi! named USPTA
., much, if any, the university should suffer. top region coach

And therein lies the, problem. College -
athletics generates a lot of money. CBS,for women's tennis coach Andy Brandi! the Cardinal in the championship of the moos Indianapolis' fourth-round pick i it

example, recently paid $1 billion for the was named the Florida Region Coach of the NCAA women's tournament in Gainesville in April's NFL draft, signed with the Colt.
rights to the NCAA basketball tournament. Year by the United States Professional Ten- May. UF finished 1990 with a 32-3 record ,Saturday.,'Terms of the pact were not re
That kind of money gives the NCAA a nis Association, the organization said. The and won the Southeastern Conference title, leased.
w, whole lot of power. national winner will be announced In September downing Georgia in the final.

There is another with Brandi received the regional and national
saying great Simmons,a burner who was injured earl)
comes great responsibility. NCAA USPTA award in 1988,was named collegiate
power in his junior season, returned last season
officials need to start showing some. coach of the year in 1989 and twice has won catching 10 passes,Including a 48-yard scon
the SEC
'UF answered the NCAA's accusations AROUND."SPORTS, top coaching award. against Louisiana! Tech.,The 5-foot-9, 17
x Monday. What the infractions committee UF has finished in the top three nationally pounder returned two kickoffs.for' touchdowns

decides the current definition of justice each of the last four years. Brandi has in'his,career at UF.
v,/ 'Is, should be known by October; coached the Lady Gators to a 154-22 record.

we're the NCAA have This the Gators,finished Colts sign Simmons
If lucky, may season Lady Compiled. from:Alligator staff and win n,
+ learned responsibility and mercy by then.' second in the nation to Stanford; falling to Former UF wide 'receiver Stacey Sim-, Ports: .. ,