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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 171 B TUESDAY JULY 31,1990




DEATH MOURNED Lombardi seeks to





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with more facultyBy

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fered salaries that are thousandsof
DEBBIE CENZIPER
dollars more than they're paidat
Alligator Staff Writer
UFo
TALLAHASSEE Although "Sometimes our colleaguesstay

good-natured UF President John sometimes they go," he
Lombardi! sometimes likes to said. "But the effect of this sys-

laugh at his own jokes, he was tem is to encourage our facultyto
completely serious Thursday seek outside offers, to spend
when he told state education officials time and energy applying for

that the cap on admis- positions elsewhere, and to rec-
sions must be lifted ognize that our

and money to hire state does not

L v new faculty and increase choose to'providesufficient
salaries is salary
needed to do it. funding."

In a 45-minute Lombardi! also

speech, Lombardi! suggested that, be-
outlined to the cause he's an expert

Board of Regents a at education,
-E. no-way-out,dual-di legislators should

lemma of a huge give him a certain

student population amount of moneyto

growth, coinciding Lombardi' spend onstudents'
with national pressure educa-
ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR
Nancy Norelli, a 28-year-old law student from Vermont studying capital punishment, breaks down to increase research and tion and not dictate to him how
The Boardof should be
service productivity. the spent.
moments after Anthony Bertolotti was executed in Florida's electric chair Friday night. Bertolottiwas Regents is the 13-member money

convicted of murdering an Orlando woman by stabbing her 14 times in 1983. "I feel like Mr. panel that governs the state's That way, he said he can use

Bertolotti deserves his life to think about what he's done," Norelli said, before the execution. nine universities. the money more flexibly and
educate more stu-
possibly even
"Universities saw class sizes
dents than legislators originally
rise as faculty attempted to meet
state and national goals for re- requested.

UF lose faculty search productivity.At the same
may moneyif time,they remained true to their Regents Chairman Charles
commitment to offer highquality Edwards said afterwards that if

instruction," lombardi! said. the Regents can convince legis-

Martinez accepts new lawBy The state cannot postpone the lators to increase the money the

enrollment question any longer State University System gets
and Lombardi's flexibility to use
DEBBIE CENZIPER the jurisdiction to restore the posi- now they're taking it away, Hemp because of pressure transfer from both stu- that money, some of the probe
tions if they decide to by Aug. 1. said, and added that the effects of community college lems be solved."If .
Alligator Staff Writer school may
dents and
But if the legislation remains un- deadlines could be "devastating." high gradu
TALLAHASSEE UF lose changed, the loss of positions would ates. Resources, such as more
may "That would be more loss for UF could convince
$12.7 million and 268 equal losing Florida Atlantic University faculty and facilities,are neededto we our
new faculty than the system as a whole, Hemp increase enrollment, he said. friends across town to give us
members this year if Gov. Bob or the University of West Flop
said.Reed "Yet, no university should ac- that flexibility, I've heard it
Martinez can't be persuaded to
said he sent a letter to students it cannot could increase efficiency as
cept serve
law that limits the timea
change a new Martinez and his Cabinet address-
much as 10 to 15 percent"In
well and if take stu-
If we more
vacant faculty position remain
can the
legislation
the loss almost
ing of 1,400 jobs if dents than we have the re-
unfilled.
UF will lose the deadline is enforced. A Regents Lombardi's five-year bud
passes, sources to serve, we simply
Although the State University System committee will meet with Martinezand
cheapen the education we de- get,he requests major increasesfor
stands to lose $60 million under new faculty membersin his Cabinet during the next two "
liver to all students, he said. UF's libraries,the Registrar'soffice
the law at the end of the
passed weeks to discuss the deadline.
several colleges.ida The state must consider expanding the Physical Plant and
session UF will lose the
legislative ,
The SUS shouldn't be treated like
the nine universities to research centers. He also re-
most money and faculty positions the state's other agencies because
hiring almost 80
accommodate students quests more
of North Florida and more ,
because it's the largest of Florida'snine University
they operate differently, Reed said. five administratorsand
and then move to the much professors,
Florida and Mechanical
universities UF's Vice Provost Agricultural
New from out of state often
faculty more expensive lengths of build 21 staff members next year.
Gene Hemp said Thursday.If University put together, SUS Chan-
decide to move to UF a year in
ing another university, he said.
cellor Charles Reed said.
the legislation passes, UF will advance and positions must be held
lose new faculty members in several Although some education officials open for them, not taken away, Reed Lombardi! also stressed his And In 1992-93, Lombardi! re-
colleges, including journalism and said they can't figure out why the biggest concern: bringing faculty quests money for almost 66 new

business administration. New fac- legislation was passed,others said it said.UF Provost Andrew Sorensen said salaries up to national com- professors,three administratorsand

ulty for the UF Health Science Cen- was proposed to save money. In another resignations, retirements and petitive levels. Once new facultyare 21 staff.

ter and the Institute of Food and Interpretation, officials said lengthy faculty searches often cause hired, their salaries grad-
Agricultural Sciences also would be legislators felt that if universities re- positions to stay vacant for more ually fall behind the national The majority of the budget
market during a threeto five- increases Lombardi!
ally needed the spots filled, theywouldn't requestedare
than six months. But if this legislation
lost.The period, he said. to hire faculty in orderto
have been open for six year more
legislation mandates that through Martinez, new
passes
months. And salaries fall, reduce class sizes, particu-
once
state agencies eliminate all positions faculty members hired a few monthssee
lombardi! said faculty will begin larly at the undergraduate level,
vacant for 180 days prior to June 1, Legislators gave universities the
Faculty, page 5 looking elsewhere and be of- his budget states.
ut Martinez and his Cabinet have authority to hire new faculty, and

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on color & 4x6 prints I
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It a shot: can tonight at 6 on Crisis counselors: oflrr./ combtwilllolher nt_
get the required second measles lounge of the Reitz Union. Call Julie, County Crisis Center needs Crisis I I c. po.tooSauo.jk. Oct. ia. tows II I coolies..........Clot. W 1990 i I !
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I WSU money denied due to membership rules I


I&I committee members found and service funds SG will have to
By CARRIE SEGAL problems an group McCormick said his group hasn't decided
Alligator'Writer Thursday in the group's constitution that show its worth to the university as a whole, whether to resubmit the request for money,
may make the group ineligible for the$3,000 not to an elite few." but said WSU will have a big membershipdrive
UF's White Student Union has reached 'it requested from SG. Browne will express his opinion about the in the fall.
yet another barrier in Its fight to receive WSU's constitution states that to becomea group at tonight's Senate meeting.
"We haven't decided if we're going to
Student Government money. member, a person must be voted in by a WSU Vice President Steven McCormicksaid
but I think constitutionwill
Provisions of WSU's constitution make group majority. And a person who's been the constitution limits group member- pursue funding our
be McCormick said.
!., the group ineligible for activity and service expelled from the group is unable to becomea ship because the authors were under a changed;
fee money because the group's membershipis member again, the constitution states. "siege mentality" when they wrote it. In addition to the problems I&I committee
restricted, according to members of SG's But Student Affairs Vice President Art "We were under attack by people who members found with WSU, Browne said the
Information and Investigation committee. Sandeen said he found no problems with the were going to infiltrate our group and vote group should expect more trouble ahead.

I&I committee member Ted Tagalakis group's constitution when it was submittedto us out of existence," McCormick said. There's a lot of opposition to the validityof
1 said WSU is limiting its membership."It's the administration. WSU now can amend its constitution and the group," Browne said.They are goingto
restrictive because it's not open to all They satisfied university requirementsfor then resubmit its special money request for have a difficult time getting funding, for
students,"Tagalakis said. selection of members," Sandeen said. review by SG's Budget and Finance Com- legal reasons and moral reasons."
Two weeks ago WSU's request was re- Student Body President Michael Browne mittee.
fused by the Budgetand Finance Committee said SG groups must be available to all I&I discussed other changes that must be But McCormick said he expected prob-
lems from the
because senators wanted more information students to receive money. made in the constitution in order to comply right start.
about the group's status. Senators wantedto "By state law we cannot fund an organi- with UF regulations, including the power of "If it was easy for WSU to get funding,
know if they legally could give WSU zation that limits membership," Browne elected officials, terms of office and group then there's no need for a White Student
money. said. "To receive money from the activity dues. Union."

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Senators to vote

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on election changesBy


February.
CARRIE SEGAL
The election I ran was full of
Alligator Writer
needless violations because rules
Student Government officials were not defined well," Browne 3 f f'HW ft
have revised SG election rules that
said.He
some have called wordy and con said revisions should not
tradictory, and senators will vote spark much debate because few
on the changes at tonight's meet- major changes were made.

ing. Browne said the most important
Senators also will discuss major change deals with defining cam-
finance revisions proposed by Stu- paigns what a candidate is and
dent Body Trea- when an election

surer David Stern, "The election Iran starts.
that change the Another Impor- ,
way in which stu- was full of tant part of the re- 11
dent groups re- visions makes
ceive money from needless viola- those candidates

SG.Sen. tions because accused of viola-
Nelson Mi- tions innocent
randa, a memberof ,rules.were not de: until proven g
the election guilty, unlike the 0
well"Michael
codes committee, ,fined current rules,
said the new rules NATALEE WATERS
Browne said. The
Browne Gubernatorial candidate Lawton Chiles and his running mate Buddy MacKay appeared at the
to
are will
necessary changes
put downtown Democratic headquarters to win support for the upcoming election.
correct some of UF: student bodypresident the burden of
the wordiness and proof on the peo-

contradictions. ple complaining, I
around Chiles
Students
"Many things not the people rally I
were repeated and some con- being charged, he said. Under the
tradicted each other," Miranda current election codes, the defini- MATTHEW SAUER Florida with promises of no new is able to confront this power-
said. "They are much cleanernow. tion of a candidate appears tWice.If By Writer taxes, only to change his mind brokering that goes on in gov-
." passed, candidates will be de- Alligator later. ernment," Vitali said. "It's greatto
Student Body President Michael fined more clearer and only once. UF student supporters of gu- Randy Shanafelt, president of see a candidate who doesn't
Browne created 'a seven-member Other changes include the extent bernatorial candidate Lawton "Students for Chiles" and the have to compromise his morals
committee from SG's several polit- sion of the campaign period by one Chiles rallied in Gainesville's actor who portrayed the gover- because someone gave him
ical parties to change the disputed week. downtown plaza Monday for a nor, said he was not moved to $1,000."
election rules. politician they say is running a campaign for anyone in the gu- Though Chiles appears ahead,
"A lot of what the committee did
Browne said he thought the campaign centered on old-fash bernatorial race until Chiles en- recent polls show his opponent,
rules needed changing because of was house cleaning, he said. ioned grass-roots politics. tered in April.Shanafelt Democrat Bill Nelson, gaining

problems he encountered when he Senators 'will meet tonight at Chiles and running mate said he respects ground in the race for governor.
ran for student body president in 7:30: in Reitz Union;room 349. Buddy MacKay joined State Sen. Chiles simple campaign style Chiles, who was briefly a UF
George Kirkpatrick and State and pro-choice,pro-environment political science professor after
I SG 'signs Dennis MillerDennis I Rep. David ,Flagg in a ribbon- political stance. retiring from the U.S. Senate,
cutting ceremony to commemo- "His Integrity and the fact he's said at the rally Monday that
Miller, the "Saturday the O'Connell Center. rate the opening of the new not taking money from PACs (political scientific developments at UF
Night Live" comedian who anl1ckets go on sale Monday at Alachua County Democratic action committees) really and other Florida universities
chors the weekly'show's' evethe University Box Office and all I headquarters.About got me involved,"Shanafelt said. should be ,used to benefit
ning news skit,.will perform at Ticketmaster outlets, Student 20 students, carrying ,"It shows he wants to put his Florida's economy.
UF Sept. 8, concert organizers tickets are $4 and are sold only green and white campaign signs morals on the line for how he "We have nine great state uni-
announced Monday. at the UF box office.; General and about 120 Gainesville residents ,funds his campaign." versities producing all sorts of
civic leaders and Democratic Juan Vitali! also of "Studentsfor
tickets are $9.50. ,
Producpublic patents and inventions, but the
Student Government I ISG's officials welcomed Chiles said the Florida
Students can buy as Party gu- is
many
money not being used to cre-
tions chairman Raul l Mateu said Chiles and MacKay'with live bernatorial is test of
race a major
tickets as they want, but they ate business in Florida," Chiles
concert-producing arm must have fee cards for each' music, skits and speeches. grass-roots campaigning againstthe
wanted to sponsor a welcome- one.The student purchasing the :One of the I skits, "Prince of big business-style campaigning said.Water

back concert' _for- 'students.- : tickets. also l ,must have a.picture Darkness," portrayed Gov. Bob of other states. quality Is the greatest
Miller. who is I being paid ID. Martinez as an evil, cloaked fig- "For the first time in Florida see Chiles, page 71tJESDAV.JULV.WJGA'l'O.
$15,000, will go on at 9 p.m. in ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT'' ure who baited the people of politics,we have a candidate who

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Liberia (UPI) Government troops Krahn tribe, said the survivors. TIRED OF FEELING
stormed a Lutheran church and refugee camp and Most of the slain refugees were members of the _
massacred about 600 people- many of them women Gio and Mano tribes, which have formed the main
and children in an outburst of intertribal killing, support for the rebel armies that have fought their BOXED-IN?
survivors of the attack said Monday.The way to the base of the hill in Monrovia where President
survivors said a group of 30 soldiers burst into Samuel Doe is holed up in his heavily fortified execu-
St. Peter's Lutheran Church on the outskirts of the tive mansion.
In the Pines has
capital at about 9 p.m. Sunday and butchered men, Reporters who visited the site of the massacre saw og
women, children and babies with knives, guns and the entire floor of the church thick with blood stains. Spacious Apartments
machetes. Bodies were huddled under the pews where people
"We thought they had come to ask us questions. tried to hide. The bodies of 7- and 8-year-old boys lay $100.00 off
Then they started killing,and everyone began scream- draped on the church altar.
ing and trying to hide," said one man who hid in the Doe's troops have lost half the city center to the two months
roof of the church while the massacre was going on. rebels since the middle of last week and now are rent
A group of soldiers then went to the upper floor and confronted by fighters commanded by Prince In he
opened fire on about 1,000 sleeping refugees. The Johnson, a rival to the other rebel leader, Charles pines
survivors said they saw soldiers butcher the men with Taylor. 373337T205SE16th
knives while the women and children were shot with Johnson, 38, said Sunday in his first meeting with Three Bedrooms
machine guns.Soldiers Western reporters that he is leading the main rebel are reduced. Ave.
ordered some women with their children attack,not Taylor,who declared himself president last
who tried to flee to stand aside. Then other soldiers week."I .
opened fire on them. will get Doe. He is not going to get away," he
The soldiers were from President Samuel Doe's said, claiming to lead a force of 7,000 men.


. Pennsylvania abortion laws challengedREADING SPECIALTY GREAT FOOD DRINKS

Pa. ((UPI) Pennsylvania's abortion abortions nationwide in 1973.
laws, the most restrictive in the 50 states, endangerthe In testimony Monday, medical experts disputed GOOD TIMES
health of women seeking the procedure by "creat- definitions in the Pennsylvania law limiting third-term
ing confusion and likely delaying care," a lawyer abortions to medical emergencies and asserted the
representing abortion rights groups said in federal law could affect proper medical care. r
court Monday. The law permits doctors to perform abortions after Happy Hour Daily 3-7
Several physicians and family counseling agencies, the 24th week of pregnancy only to save the life of the Margarita Night Man 8 11
represented by the American Civil Liberties Union, mother or prevent substantial harm or impairment to Ladies Night TucsSJICo Wed
pte Night 8 11
filed suit in the first court test of the Pennsylvania major bodily functions. Rum Night ThursSJJ
abortion laws, which they say are unconstitutional.U.S. Thomas Allen, a Pittsburgh physician and plaintiffin Super Sunday Sun 6-10:30
.District Judge Daniel Huyett III,who is hearingthe the case, said the laws' mandated 24-hour waiting
case, has put the Pennsylvania abortion laws on period for women seeking abortions causes the patient SNGFFVS
hold while the courts decide the issue. undue stress, possibly harming the patient.
ACLU attorneys say the case is pivotal because a Abortion rights advocates object to the laws' 1017 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
ruling upholding the Pennsylvania laws could providethe provisions, which require a 24-hour waiting period GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. 904/376-8899
U.S. Supreme Court with the impetus to overturnthe before abortions,and require married women to notify
high court's Roe vs. Wade decision that legalized their husbands before undergoing abortions.


. Jurors deliberate in McGee abuse trialFORT

MYERS, (UPI) A Polk County man did something known as manslaughter.The evidence JJO l N/AJ WlW
f accused of brutally killing his 2-year-old stepson by points to culpable negligence," Norgard said.
plunging him head first into a toilet is guilty of Coe is charged with first-degree murder and ag-
manslaughter, not first-degree murder, because he gravated child abuse in connection with the July 1989
never meant to harm the child,his attorney told jurors death of the boy.
Monday. Jurors in the celebrated case began deliberations
-1 Attorney Robert Norgard told jurors during closing Monday. Polk County Circuit Judge Randell Mc-
I, arguments that Coe was negligent,but not homicidal, Donald sequestered the six-man, six woman jury after ff
1 t when he turned Bradley McGee upside down and excusing an alternate. If convicted of first-degree
lowered him head first into the commode. murder, Coe faces a possible death sentence.
t "All Thomas Coe wanted to do that day is to get Earlier Monday, Polk County Assistant State Attorney
Bradley potty trained," Norgard said. "In the heat of John Aguero told jurors that Coe consistently
the moment, he came up with something that is abused the boy in the weeks before his death.Aguero
unusual. He thought it would work, that flushing the held up photos showing Bradley's bruised body to 0 (bOW \ WfOO
toilet might scare him and maybe the child would drive home his point.
think twice before doing another job in his pants. "Torture and malicious punishment, that's what
"Mr. Coe,when he hit (Bradley's) head on the toilet, we're talking about," he said.


Trinidad offers amnesty Oil spill hits Texas bay

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (UPI) The government GALVESTON, Texas (UPI) Oil from a 120,000-
and Muslim rebels struck a deal Monday grantIng gallon spill soiled an island in environmentally sensi-
amnesty to the insurgents and envisioning the tive Galveston Bay Monday, despite efforts to contain
release of Prime Minister Arthur Robinson, news and clean up crude leaking from two barges that
reports said. collided with a tanker.
The deal was announced after Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard officials who flew over the spill area
government troops earlier Monday attacked the state estimated its size Monday at 120,000 gallons, more o.
television station while the leader of the Moslem coup than double their earlier estimate of 50,000 gallons. '
attempt was believed inside, leaving the building in There are three areas of oil that have moved (from
flames. the collision site)," said Coast Guard Petty Officer r
Heavy gunfire also erupted near the Parliament Dennis Schaefer. Buffett
Jimmy
building, where the rebels had been holding Robinsonand One area extended about 4 miles eastward from the performs an easy '
'
other officials hostage since the coup attempt spill site with ribbons of oil sheen and heavy patches, going concert of "the songs : ., \
began Friday. he said. A second heavy patch about an acre in size you know by heart." l. j ...
Trinidad and Tobago Defense Force says an agree- was concentrated along Redfish Island and the third -t"r ""J"" ;
ment granting Muslim rebels an amnesty has been patch stretched southwest of the accident site for <
reached and that the hostages, including Prime Mini about a mile.Skimmer Wednesday at 9 p.m. / l I

ster AN.R. Robinson, will be released shortly," Carib- boats were in place at all three sites to 1' lfW T
bean News Agency reported in a dispatch. collect the oil- but could not stop it all
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I TUESDAY,JULY 31, 1990,ALLIGATOR 5


I' Top educators get pay raise I Top dollars for top jobsThe

By DEBBIE CENZIPER than originally planned. Reed and Humphries Florida Board of Regents raised the salaries of top

Alligator Staff Writer tively.received $28,000 and $22,000 raises, respec- university administrators in an effort to meet nationwide

TALLAHASSEE State education officials The Regents received a report outlining the competitive market salaries. The only official who didn't
raised the salaries of Florida's education chan- proposed pay increases from a management con- get a raise was UF President John Lombardi because hehasn't
cellor and eight of the nine university presidentslast sultant, hired last year to review the SUS's exec-
week, but decided not to raise the salary of utive salaries. been on the job a year. Imal

the state's highest paid education administrator But United Faculty of Florida President Jim Chancellor B "1$165.000B,
UF President John Lombardi.The Wilson said raises also should be applied to
$185,000
Board of Regents, the 13-member panel faculty, not just to top administrators. UF
that governs the nine state universities, unani- Wilson said he can't support the raises when FSU $155,622
mously decided to raise the executive salaries other state education employees are earning less $133,161
anywhere from $3,210 to $28,000 annually in an than $20,000 and $30,000 annually. USF
attempt to meet what it considers competitive "But deserved or not, (these raises) would FlU $128,721
market salaries. constitute a breach of faith with all other univer- FAMU $125,000
Lombardi,hired in November from Johns Hopkins sity employees and devastate employee moral,"
University at $185,000 annually, will have Wilson said. UCF $124,630[ .
his salary reviewed in February, after he com- But Regent Alec Courtelis of Miami said salary FAU $123,600 1989-90 salaries
pletes one year as president, State University increases for Florida's top administrators are $112,399'
System Chancellor Charles Reed said Thursday.The important to meet and maintain competitive mar- UWF D
Regents decided to give Reed and Florida ket values. UNF $110,210 Salary Increases
Agricultural and Mechanical University Presi- "Savings at the sacrifice of quality is not the
dent Frederick Humphries even larger raises way to go." SOURCE:FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS


FACULTYfrom page 1 I Reed questions admission standardsBy I

ago will lose their jobs before they even
started, Sorensen said., DEBBIE CENZIPER versities open to community college stu- said.
And the newly hired faculty may face further Alligator Staff Writer dents after they graduate, balancing poli- Requirements, including drop-add proce-
problems if they already sold their homes and cies is necessary to increase consistency, dures and general education requirements,
left letters of resignations with former institu- TALLAHASSEE When community Reed said. are basically the same for university stu-
tions, he said. lege students are accepted into state uni- One way policies can be changed is to dents and community college students,
There may be somebody in the pipeline. versities, their grade point averages may be require that transcripts include all courses Myers said. Community college students
but they just haven't decided yet," Sorensen unfairly higher because of different policiesand taken and grades received so everything's don't have more advantages than any other
requirements at community schools, visible to an admissions committee,he said. students and "the differences are minis-
said.Regents spokesman Pat Riordan said if the state education officials said Thursday. Regents also must review drop-add require- cule," he said.Student .
positions aren't restored, contracts will haveto State University System Chancellor ments for community colleges, he added. Affairs Vice President Art
be broken and the Regents will have a tough Charles Reed said community college stu- UF Provost Andrew Sorensen said UF is Sandeen said UFs popularity has forced
fight ahead. dents, unlike university students, can with-
becoming much more competitive, with more degree programs to institute caps,
This is one of the worst problems that draw from classes immediately before finals higher admission standards, not only be- limiting their admissions.And although UF
anyone has set for us." without penalty. They also can fail a class, cause more high school graduates want to wants qualified community college stu-
retake it and have only the improved grade enroll, but also because more and more dents, it can't discriminate against its own
count on their transcripts.. community college students want to get into students, he said.'There's .
Thaf not fair,"Reed said."Adjustmentsand UFs colleges.
We need I you.I some very strong feelings now
need be made.
improvements to
Robert Myers, Santa Fe Educational Pro- on both sides," Sandeen said.
When UF students apply to upperdivision grams Vice President, said Santa Fe stu-
Riordan said for the situation to becomefair
colleges,they not only compete against dents apply most frequently to UFs
"American HeartAssociation other UF students, but also students from colleges and anywhere from 1,400 to 1,800 transcripts must show every course
community colleges state-wide, said Boardof students are enrolled at UF. Community attempted or grades will differ.

\WERE FIGHTING FOR Regents spokesman Pat Riordan. college students are guaranteed acceptanceinto "If you're competing with someone and
YOUR LIFE Although legislators are still "very inter- one of the state universities, but not it's close, they're going to sneak right past
ested" in keeping the access doors to uni- necessarily the one of their choice, Myers you."



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r OPINIONSMoney I I





problemsSenators A LOT Of A1TENTIor4 HAS fJOTBlN6 COULD BE WE LOVE: VANI/.LA/ ICECREAM

BEEN FdcusEP oO MY FURTHER FROM THE IRE WHITE HOUSE,

will decide tonight whether to change the way GROvP LATELY AS TrMTA TaurH. WE LO\/E LOT$ SNOW, MARS4MALWw..

Student Government spends $4.5 million. OF rHM65A / -..
"HATE Gin"KKK
The money comes from an Activity and Service fee, OF BEING KwLfSs
--'' KKKInc.
which is tacked on to your tuition each semester. You KluT2KLAnI, Inc .
never notice it's there, but it amounts to about $55 a
v
.
semester if you take 12 credit hours. Inc.I o

SG is in charge of spending that money, which takes 0 BESPEC

care of the Reitz Union, the soon-to-be-finished Recreational I M.
Fitness Center and the many intramural sports fields r

around campus.

For several years, debate has continued about the sys-
tem SG uses to divide its money among the biggest seven %+uy RO ST/NG THE GOD IS MY 9)) LOOKS LIKE WN4T A

spenders and the various smaller student organizations.The Mf2X,4VZ Cw5 OVER ABURMNCi W/fltfSS' h GOO w/S NIS MESS. I
HOPE SomeDAY
biggest problem is what you might expect in a Caoss! YEAAioN6 // WITNE55. ( IT CAN

government run by students consistency.The w/7W 4 JEW 'le7zt ALL BE CLEANED

80 senators serve one year and are elected in stag- Toss o r,4 &ACK

gered terms. That means 40 new senators start every six FOR GAS MEAsu EYEAi /

months, causing a huge turnover. This might not be a / EANEAI /
problem for small student groups, but these aren't ordi- % J fpl

nary students. They're responsible for spending more Y YEAN. 4
money in one year than most of us will\ see in a lifetime.

And so the question is, how do you let senators keep J SWac>fp

power over the money without taking a yearly chance
that major budget could messed in the election
a get up
turnover? I How do you spell censorship? F-1-o-r-i-d-a I IAdd

Student Body Treasurer David Stern's answer is to man-
date that the budget be done and given to Senate for ap- another name to the list of pathetic public so Richard Hill
officials who wish to regulate the image of this state
the end of fall before the
proval at new senators are
at the expense of your freedom. Hollywood MayorSal SPEAKING
elected in February. To do this, and to do it efficiently, he Oliveri now can stand tall and hold his head high OUTresent
has drafted a bill that changes the budget process, from amongst such infamous luminaries as Broward
top to bottom. (Coward) County Sheriff Nick Navarro and Gov. Bob him against critic Oliveri,and City Attorney
Alan Koslow. Ellis said that not "one iota" of the
Now, two committees are in charge of drafting the Martinez. painting would be changed and that if Oliveri! and
Oliveri! should be able to see to with these
eye
budget and sending it to Senate. The way these committees eye Koslow decided to pursue the case, he and his client
fellows after his decision that a privately commis-
j divide their work is confusing, to say the least. sioned mural on the side of a motel must be coveredup. would see them in court.
t Stern is proposing that the three top executives, him- Oh, don't get too angry just yet. He didn't want Unfortunately, the owners of the Sunray Lodge
) self, the student body president and vice president, draft the entire painting covered up; he simply asked the Motel were a little publicity shy and concluded thatit
) a budget for the largest seven budget entities and pass it artist to put a few more touches on the week-old wasn't in their best interest to fight the city. They
painting. had Kroeger paint an olive branch across the couple'sderrieres
to a committee of senators for revisions. Once that com-
and a child off to the side.
Nothing big, only people that
some
were never
'/ mittee is done, the budget will go to Senate for approval. intended to be in the mural. Oh yeah, and throw in Kroeger, not amused by their decision compliedby
(U The largest problem we see is that the executive some bathing suits, he said, to cover the half-inch or dropping the little Coppertone Girl into the paint-
J branch might get just a tad too much power in the so of gluteus maximus being exposed by the objectsof ing. Apparently that made all the difference in the
J budget process. the painting; a man and a woman shown from the world to Oliveri because now he's happy.

But Stern assures us that won't happen. The committee rear sitting on their tailbones and longingly gazing The owners say they're just happy to have the
into each others eyes as a tiny wave rolls into shoreon
s that receives the executive budget will have full power to a secluded beach.Everybody's whole situation over with. The mural is not exactly
what they paid for, but they decided that fighting a
j", change it as it sees fit, he said. a critic these days. Nick Navarro heavily bankrolled stone wall just wasn't worth their
I 1 Stern has a good point when he says he was elected for suddenly knows what music is good for us to listento time and effort.
his finance knowledge, and yet he currently has no official and what is just too bad for our ears. Martinez says
Oliveri! and Koslow lucked out because Rubin
female buttocks are obscene and should be
I in how the budget is put together. And as he put fully
say covered when taken out for a day at the beach. probably would have slaughtered them in court. It's
I it, the executives were having their say before this plan, Now Sal "Wait, don't leave me behind guys, I too about time somebody stopped the rampage that the
I they were just doing it behind closed doors. At least now can find something obscene in this state," Oliveri! is holier-than-thou government has begun against per-
i it will be in the open. making the giant leap from mayor to artist Steven sonal and artistic freedom in this state.

We hope that while senators are considering this plan, Kroeger's taskmaster. But until a judge bears down and puts an end to
they keep in mind how important it is for the legislative Oliveri! insisted that Kroeger add kids to the paintIng this censorship lunacy, remember to turn down your
to keep up with the city's"family image."I supposea car radios, forget about buying 2 Live Crew tapes in
branch to serve as a check on the executive branch. couldn't romantic mural certain coward counties and ladies
family enjoy a on the side ,please cover your
j Stern says his revisions are set up in a way to only of an otherwise blank wall. buns.

give executives a voice, not a vote. We like this plan, as Artist Kroeger didn't want to compromise his crea- Richard Hill is a junior majoring in English and an
long as it does what it was meant to allow elected tion. He hired renowned attorney Ellis Rubin to rep. Alligator- copy tAitnr

/ senators to keep budgeting power, and at the same time I LETTERS TO -THE EDITOR I
streamline the process and establish a better way to -

: spend student money. Medical term was prescribe such a procedure. humane way to change behavior.
: Negative reinforcement is a The suggestion by the defense
//1
used incorrectlyEditor technical term used to describe the that the defendant's actions were a
relation between an event and a legitimate technique is a gross per-
alligatorEditor : In the recent McGee child- behavior, generally defined as the version of the facts.
";, abuse trial the defense suggestedthat increase in behavior- by the removalof The death of Bradley McGee is
'i Judy A. Plunkett the defendant, Thomas Coe a stimulus. a tragedy.Let .

'J s Managing Editor Opinions Editor was using a potty-training techni- The most popular and desirable us not compound the
,', known as "negative reinforcement
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella que methods of death to
," potty training utilize: tragedy by attributing his
positive reinforcement (praise for the use of behavioral techniquesthat
Letters Policy This usage of the term is a com- example) and when millions of when
negative rein- help people
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be
typed, dotible-tpaced and signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone plete misrepresentation.No profes- forcement is used in this and other used ethically and effectively.Troy .
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CHILESfrom page 3 Fall football games expected

'sfixAh environmental issue facing Florida in the I
next few years, Chiles said, and said he
plans governor.to address the issue if he becomes to sell out again this seasonBy

Campaign contributions are the best
example of the difference between the CHRISTOPHER B. HARIG "This year's home schedule looks real good,"

Chiles campaign and that of Martinez, Alligator WriterIf Holloway said.
MacKay said. Phone calls inquiring about the availability of
"We're going to make it an election, the Gators can get the ball moving on the general public seats have also risen sharply,
new Florida Field turf, then ticket sales will also Holloway said.
not an auction, MacKay said."Our aver-
age contribution is $65. You might con- get moving, Athletic Association ticket manager This time of year people realize that football
trast that with the governor's, which is Bill Holloway said. season begins in eight weeks," he said.
$900." "People love winners,"Holloway said. "As longas Another benefit may come to the 72,000 fans
MacKay also took the opportunity to you keep winning,you are going to keep sellingout Holloway expects for each home game. With the
contrast Chiles' view on abortion with games-plus, we've got a lot of loyal fans." natural turf replacing the artificial,fans can expecta
that of Martinez, who is antiabortion."On UF has sold out all home football games for six bit of relief from the early autumn heat.
issues of choice, we trust the consecutive seasons, and Holloway said he ex- The heat was our biggest complaint when the
women of Florida more than we trust the pects the trend to continue this season for UF's 1:30: games start," said Dan Sheldon, manager of
legislature,"he said. six home games. operations and facilities.
Chiles will face Nelson in the Sept. 4 Ticket sales typically jump in July and August "Even at the 4:30: games in October, you'd feel
Democratic primary. because Summer B students return to campus, the heat,"Sheldon said."It's a real steam bath out
Holloway said.Students have so far bought 10,800of there."
their allotted 22,000 tickets. Holloway called Though he has never measured it,Sheldon said
this"on par"with last year. the temperature difference should be noticeable,
The to overcome. The remaining 50,000 seats are divided up and fans should feel more comfortable.The .
power between opposing fans, special seats and the heat, as it was reflected by the artificial
general public. Fans visiting teams are guaran- turf up to the stands,looked like heat waves risingoff
teed an option on 7,500 seats,while UF sets aside the highway, Sheldon said.
3,500 tickets for its special use. At first, only single-game sales will be boostedby
Akron, UFs homecoming opponent, is using the heat relief provided by the new grass,
only 500 of their 7,500 seat allotment. That pro Holloway said, but the long-term influence on
I vides UF fans with an extra 7,000 seats for one of ticket sales will be what the team can do on their
F F the most sought after games. new turf, he said.

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UF Researchers Discover AntibodiesThat

I UNIVERSIIFACULTY

Mark Onset Of Juvenile DiabetesA


medicine commonly used in organ
transplant operations can stall the pro- before symptoms occur and treating the
gression of juvenile diabetes, a UF patient at a time when it's possible to
"
research project shows. preserve these insulin-producing cells.
The medicine, Imuran, is credited with Dr. NOEL Through the current nationwide dia-
preventing diabetes in Peggy Polopolus, MACLARENDiscovered + a betes screening project, participating
a 21-year-old Gainesville woman. Five physicians expect to screen 8,000 to 10,000
Islet CellAntibody %- close relatives of patients with juvenile
years ago a marker indicating the onsetof
the disease was discovered in her body. r diabetes. Through the screening, doctors
This marker make it possible to treat her 15 Years Agoto hope to identify 75 to 80 people who have
with Imuran. both the islet cell autoantibody (an anti-
Diabetics' bodies destroy the insulin body which works against the body)and
they produce. Insulin is essential to help S at least one other disease indicator, suchas
the body store and use sugars for energy. low insulin production.More .
Antibodies that kill the insulin-producing keep several patients off of insulin, than a million Americans are af- I FAS EntomologBut
cells can be indicators of juvenile diabetes. which is given to diabetics, for periods fected by insulin-dependent diabetes, and
One such antibody, the islet cell antibody ranging from several months to two yearsin about $20.4 billion is spent every year on
was discovered by UF pathologistDr. cases where Imuran therapy was begun treatment of this and other forms of Effective F FJerry
Noel Maclaren 15 years ago. His find- shortly after the diabetes was diagnosedand diabetes. The adult-onset form of diabetes, ,
ing coincided with the discovery in lon- the classic symptoms had occurred. which is also common, is less severe. Stimac, a UF entomologist with
don of a similar islet cell antibody currently "The problem is mat by the time most Tests with Imuran will continue at four the Institute of Food and Agricultural
used in mass screening. Within the past of these patients had svmrtoim of centers: the UF Health Science Center; Sciences (IFAS), has discovered a natural
year, a third "marker antibody," called diabetes, they had lost most of their Harvard Medical School's Joslin Diabetes fungus that kills fire ants but is safe for
islet cells,"Riley said. Center; the Barber Davis Foundation and
the 64-K antibody, was identified by UF insulin-producing the environment.
scientist Dr. Mark Atkinson. This anti- "Therefore, when it comes to disease Denver Children's Hospital, Denver, Imported from Brazil, the fungus,
body is viewed as the best diabetes in- prevention, the real hope appears to be Colo. and the University of Washington, Beauveria bassiana, is a unique natural
dicator yet to be discovered, although its in detecting the marker antibodies long Seattle. alternative to chemicals for the control of
widespread use depends on the develop- fire ants, said Stimac. He discovered the
ment of an inexpensive lab test for ident- fungus in 1986 when he investigated a tip
ifying it in blood samples.UF from a Brazilian scientist, Sergio Alves of
endocrinologist Dr. William Riley, FACUlTY the University of Sao Paulo.
who is directing nationwide clinical trialsof 16C The fungus produces spores which can,
Imuran, reported his team has been able in a single application, destroy 50 percentor
APPOINTMENTS more of typical United States fire ant
Should colonies, a rate as good as most chemicals,
Faculty Dr. Elsie Vergara, assistant professor of The National Council of Teachers of Stimac said. Since the fungus evolved with
occupational therapy in the Colleges of English appointed P.K. Yonge High the ants, Stimac said it is more adapted to
Submit Reserve Medicine and Health Related Professions, School Principal Chris Morris a regional control the pest than anything else.
has been appointed to the state licensing judge for the 1990 NCTE Achievement Stimac said he believes the applicationof
Lists By Aug. 6 board for occupational therapists.Art Awards in Writing. commercial technology will lead to the
professor John O'Connor has been Kermit Hall, professor and history formulated fungus killing 70 percent or
Faculty members and others who wishto appointed to the College of Art Associa- department chairman, is chair of the Joint more of typical fire ant mounds. The
place library materials on reserve for tion's selection committee for the Dis- Committee of the American Historical fungus deteriorates naturally and safelyin
fall term should submit lists by Aug. 6 to tinguished Lifetime Achievement Awards. Association and the American Political the soil, leaving no harmful residuesin
+ Library East and the Marston Science Carol Cook, assistant director in WAS Science Association to Celebrate the Bicentennial the ground or water. After six months,
Library. Lists received by that date will be Sponsored Programs, is chair-elect of the of the Bill of Rights. the fungus is not detectable in the soil and
r processed, and all available books will be Southeastern National Francis Davis, associate professor of must be replied to assure effectiveness,
on reserve by the first day of classes, Aug. Council of University Research microbiology, is president of the UF Stimac
27. Any books not found will be ordered. Administrators.Reza chapter of Sigma Xi, the international To kill a fire ant, the fungus produces
+ Lists received after the Aug. 6 deadline Abbaschian, chairman of materials honorary for researchers in sciences and white spores that fuse to the fire ant's
i r will be processed on a first-come, first- science and engineering, is chairman of engineering. Lonnie Ingram, professor of skeleton. Ultimately, the fungus pene-
served basis and might not be processedby the University Materials Council.Dr. microbiology, received the chapter's facul- trates into the ant and reproduces there.It .
+ the first day of classes. Books not in Kenneth Kellner, College of ty research award. then breaks through the ant's body
the libraries that are requested for reserve Medicine specialist in maternal-fetal Winfred Phillips, dean of the College of cavity to coat the ant in white spores,
after the deadline will not be ordered. medicine, is president of the American Engineering, is senior vice president and which provides a means of reinfecting
:+ Library East reserve book lists should Society for Psychosomatic Obstetrics and chairman of the Council on Education of other ants.
t be submitted to the reserve desk. Copies Gynecology. .the American Society of Mechanical "The fungus, if it makes sufficient con-
' of the lists may be obtained from the Engineers. tact with the ants, will kill the ants,
f East reserve desk or from department Computer Labs English professor Al Shoaf was named regardless of what else is in the soil," said
offices. For Library East reserve Departmental Alumni Professor by UF Stimac. "If you get enough of these
list information, call Delores Hawes, For Faculty English alumni.J. spores on the body surface of the ants,
392-0326. they will die with greater-than-average
Marston Science Library book lists Ronald Thornton, lecturer and direc-
should be submitted to Marijka Willis or Offered By CIRCAFaculty tor of the Southern Technology Applica- Engineering's Jack Of
Brad Curry at the circulation desk. For tions Center headquartered at UF, is vice
who would like to hold classesin president-elect of the\ National Associationof
Marston Science Library reserve list infor-
Soci
mation, call Marijka Willis, 392-2851. computer labs or request student class Management and Technical Assistance American Nuclear
accounts for fall term should consult the Centers.
Center for Instructional and Research M.Jack Ohanian, associate dean for ad-
About This PageThis Computing Activities (CIRCA). Joan Curcio, assistant professor of ministration and planning in UF's College
Most CIRCA labs can be reserved for educational leadership, received the first eering, recently took office as
Faculty Edition of the University academic courses, and in-class tutorialscan Florida AWARE Effie H.Jones Award for president of the American Nuclear Socie-
Digest is the summer edition in the be arranged. instructors who would contributions to the promotion, development ty during the society's annual meeting in
1989-90 series. These pages are designed like to have their classes meet in a lab can and progress of women in educa- Nashville, Tenn., in June.
to highlight the work of UF faculty! reserve up to four class periods a week tional administration.Dr. The American Nuclear Society Is a
and inform faculty on matters of specific Phillip Toskes, professor and direct
with
each term. Labs are in 131 Architecture broad-based technical society a
' interest.To submit material for the next tor of the Division
of Gastroenterology,
o Building, 218 Bryan Hall, E-211 Computer worldwide membership of 16,000. Oha
Faculty Edition, scheduled for early Sciences and Engineering Building, 424 Hepatolpgjr and Nutrition in the Collegeof nian is also a member of its board of direc-
'-! October, contact Information Services, Weil Hall and 521 Weil Hall (by reserva- Medicine, is president-elect of the tors and executive committee. He is past
' Hall 3920186.In American
355
Pancreatic
Tigert tion only). Association.Tim president of Alpha Nu Sigma, the na-
order to reach individual faculty student class Taylor, associate professor of food
Instructors can request ac- tional honor society for nuclear science
members, Faculty Digests (which are counts on either the CIRCA VAX cluster and resource economics, will serve as and engineering.
printed in the Independent Florida computer system or. the NERDC IBM departmental graduate coordinator. Ohar Ian has served on committees in-
Alligator)are also mailed to departmental Two College of
computer system.For Dentistry faculty volving nuclear reactor safety for the
offices for distribution in faculty members elected
were to offices
additional information and to re- in the Department of '
mailboxes. quest a copy of CIRCA'.lnstructOl'Infor- Academy of Operative Dentistry-Dr.Jose laboratories and on the U.S.Ratio al
This page paid for at usual advertis- Medina Is president-elect and Dr. Gregory
rates. mation Packet, contact Arlene Rodriguez,' Smith is Energy's Advisory Committee on Nuclear
ing 392-2007. secretary. Facility Safety. He is a member of the

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TUESDAY JULY 31.1990.ALLIGATOR 9


Dr. Nicholas Cassisi Is Appointed '

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UF's Faculty Athletic Rep To NCAADr.


IY40 Nicholas Cassisi has been ap- ference, where he has served as secretaryto tion for more than a year and as a memberof
pointed UF's faculty athletic represen- the conference," said UF President John the board for more than six years. In
tative to the NCAA, effective August 1. Lombardi. Glicksberg has also served on his role as faculty representative to the
Cassisi a faculty member of UF's Collegeof numerous NCAA committees. NCAA, Cassisi will represent the Univer-
Medicine, succeeds law professor UF Athletic Director Bill sity of Florida and its faculty in the univer-
Mandell Glicksberg, who has been the also praised Glicksberg for his contributions sity's relationship with both the NCAA
university's faculty representative for to the university. "The importanceof and the Southeastern Conference."Dr. .
more than 25 years. Dr. Glicksberg's service to inter- Cassisi, in his previous service to
"Dr. Glicksberg has served the academic collegiate athletics at the University of the University in the area of inter-
EDITION i interests of the University of Florida with Florida simply cannot be measured. He collegiate athletics, has demonstrated a
great distinction. He has also played a prominent has been a continuing example of the real strong commitment to the values of
role in the Southeastern Con- role of a university-to properly educateits academic control and faculty involvementthat
students, including studentathletes.We must characterize a first class program
are delighted with the appointmentof ," said President Lombardi.
gist Awarded Patent For Safe Dr. Cassisi as faculty representative, Cassisi has been appointed to a one-
since we already enjoy a close working year term as faculty representative,
relationship with him, Arnsparger said. renewable annually at the pleasure of the
Fungus That Kills Fire Ants Cassisi has served as president of the president.
board of the University Athletic Associa-

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FACULTY ef oo HONORS/ACTIVITIES/ I INicholas



Bodor, graduate research professor Doris Tichenor, director of IF AS home
and chairman of UF's Departmentof economics programs, and home
':':-Ji Medicinal Chemistry, received an economics professor Barbara Taylor
: honorary degree from Hungary's MedicalUniversity received Distinguished Service Awards
'1L of Debrecen.A from Future Homemakers of America//

composition by music professor Willis Home Economics Related Occupations.Paul .
/ Bodine premiered June 23 at St. Paul's Ciesielski, geology associate professor
L Episcopal Church in Wilkesboro, N.C. will spend a year at the Universityof
i4 ,ll James Button, associate professor of Oslo, Norway, as a Fulbright Scholar.

I political science, was awarded the Rembert David Kushner, music professor,
Patrick Memorial Book Prize for 1989. received the "Most Noted Speaker

'j". Dr. Paul Harrington, assistant professor Award" from the American Biographical .
and chief of general internal Institute at the 17th Annual International
medicine, received a leadership award Congress on Arts and Communications in
from the Florida Medical Association for Nairobi, Kenya.
his nationally acclaimed manual on AIDS. Paul Doughty, professor of an-
Paul Doering, professor of pharmacy thropology and Latin American studies,
practice and co-director of UF's Drug In- received an honorary degree from Ur-
formation and Pharmacy Resource sinus College, Collegeville, Penn.
Center, was named a fellow by the Dr. Cynthia Griffin, assistant professorof
Jerry Stimac, UF entomology professor, prepares a Beauveria bassiana fungus and rice Academy of Pharmacy Practice.Dr. pharmacy practice, was one of 16
mixture for the biological control of fire ants. Stimac was recently awarded a patent for .Jose Medina, professor of operative pharmacists chosen nationally to par-
the lethal fire but harmless to humans. (Photo by Chuck Woods)
fungus, which is to ants dentistrywas elected to the Alumni Hall ticipate in a traineeship program spon-
of Fame at the Baltimore College of Den- sored the American of
by Society Hospital
probability-probably 90 percent will die and the U.S. Animal Plant Health inspec-
tal Surgery, University of Maryland. Pharmacists.Food .
in less than a week. tion Service.
The U.S. Patent Office awarded Michael Humphreys-Beher, assistant and resource economics professor
Stimac said the trick is the a pa-
getting of oral in the of .Chris Andrew received the 1989 Faculty
biology
spores on ants down in the soil. tent to Stimac, which he signed over to Dentistry College
received the In- Award from the UF Graduate -
Appreciation
well related Young
this
"It's more a problem of application UF. It covers fungus as as
vestigator Award from the International Student Organization.
technology and formulation," he said. strains of the fungus.
"It's not the first to have a Association for Dental Research.
Stimac said the fungus is not known to fungus pa-
be harmful to humans or other verte- tent, but this patent is a little bit differentin Robert McMahon, associate professorof
brates. He has tested it in Brazil and in that its claims are fairly broad," says history, received the Bernath lec- THIS
the United States, with permission of the Stimac. "It's not just a use patent; it in- tureship Award from the Society! of WEEK
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency cludes methodology for isolation in pure Historians of American Foreign Relations. CAM P S i iJ
form, formulation and introduction as a Michael Schwartz, College of Pharmacy 'g" & I
)Ihanian Elected control organism for fire ants." dean, has been appointed to the '
The State of Florida, which has con- American Council on Pharmaceutical -
tributed about $500,000 over the past Education.
ciety PresidentM. seven years, has been the primary sup- Wellness director of UF's Employee
porter of Stimac's research. the program, has been certified as TODAY
I state granted an additional $14830 for a Health/Fitness/ Director by the American UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, Newell Hall,
his research. College of Sports Medicine.Dr. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Murphree area, 3 to 7 p.m.
w.7d. Keith Stone, associate professor of
OB/GYN/ and director of Women's Health FOOD SCIENCE SEMINARS, "The
Gannon Receives Spain'sKnight Group, received the Hippocratic Awardfor Design and Testing of a Cell Culture Per-
JACK Commander Award Teaching Excellence from UF's Collegeof fusion Flask," by UF food science
OHANIANPresident Medicine. graduate student Arturo Rankin, and
King Juan Carlos I of Spain has awarded Ted Srygley, director of UF's Health 'The Photolysis of the Herbicide Diauat' .
Of American UFhistory professor Michael Gannon Science Library, was certified as a in Typical Reverse Phase Solvents by
Nuclear the Knight'COmmander of the Order of distinguished member of the Medical UF food science graduate student Many-
Society Isabella Catolica, Spain's highest civilian Library Association's Academy of Health ing Xue, 4 p.m., G086 McCarty Hall.
award given to a non-Spaniard. Information Professionals. Barbara Fran- THROUGH FRIDAY
The award was presented to Cannon in cis, education librarian, was named an UF ALL-IN-
FOR
REGISTRATION
recognition of his work in Spanish associate member of the academy.
ONE PHOTO ID CARDS, 9 a.m. to 2:30: t
Borderlands studies, historic preservationand History professor Patrick Geary is a
at mobile unit behind Tigert Hall or
directorship of the Institute for Early Guggenheim Fellow for 1990-91. p.m.
safety committee for the Crystal River Contact Period Studies.The presentationwas Kenneth Finger, associate vice presi-- from 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. on the second
nuclear power plant.He is also a memberof made in Miami by Consul General dent for health affairs, received the floor of the Reitz Union. Students should
the Audubon Society and the Florida Erik Ignacio Martel. Cannon received the Volunteer Service Award of the Decade bring Social Security card, picture ID and
Defenders of the Environment.feportunltyAffinnative I Knight Cross of the same Order in 1974.: from United Ways of Florida. $5. For more information, call 392-UFID.

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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND







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RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.In FOR RENT: UNFURN.YARD .
Classifications D How to place a

1 FURNISHED The Pines FOR FIDO Wall-to-wall carpet

Spacious 1,2 & 3 Bedroom central' air, mini's, quiet private, wooded classified ad:

Bdr/ kitliving rm privlledge, moat util. pd., Apartment ft Townhouse area near 34 St. Plaza. $295 1 For Rent. Furnished
summer 135/mo., (all 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. Convenient to UF/Shands In Person:
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/ Info S72-2284/ 2 pools, tennis crt weight' room SHORT-TERM LEASE FOR STUDENT 2 For Rent Unfurnished Cash check MC or VISA.
3714243. 8-20-25-1 sauna, 2 laundry rooms. Low low rent In carpeted SW 2 BR apt
Mobile Homes
Ask about 3 bdr specials $200 off central air dishwasher, mini's full-size 3 The Alligator Office

Private entrance, nice br, kitchen & livingrm. 373-3371 hookups. $285CONVENIENT For Rent-Sale/- 1105, W. University Ave.
priviledges, most util. paid summer M-F8am-4pm
205 SE 16th Ave.
$145. (fall $165/mo./ 372-2284. 8-20-23.1 TO SHANDS Luxury 4 Sublease House/Apt./ >
1/2 mile east ol Main St. ;
Main BookstoreHub
townhome, 2 master BR suites, half bath
**BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK* M-F 11.6. Sat '0-5. Sun 12-4 down deck private porch/yard hookupsor 5 Roommates ..' Customer Service DeskM

Luxury condo 4 blks. from campus, security 82025.2 laundry breakfast bar. Pool! Won't 6 For Sale ':: F 8 am 4:30: pm

Maid service. European kitchen last. $550CLOSE .
Center Court very nice 2 bd, walking distance 7 Real Estate Reltz Union Cashier's Office
w/micro dlshwash disposal fullsizewashdry. ,
to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher '' M.F Olm.Opm
$200 to $390 375- TO CAMPUS Economical 2 '
monthly. cent. air. Office: 411 NW 15th St. cozy 8 Motorcycles i: Sat & Sun Closed
4541. 8-20-14-1 371-7777. 6-20-4-2 BR apt hookups, carpet, mini's centralair .

dishwasher. Wowl $310 9'" Autos Medical Bookstore, Shands
Fnand tidy $250/month. Own bedr &
Three Oaks 3 bd. 2 bth, just 3 blks N of MF,8am4:30pmBy :
bath In Treehouse lor Fall 90. Call 373- SUN-FUN-POOL Lotsa room In this 2 BR 10 Wanted
UF, very very nice. 414' NW 14 St. College -
6927. 8-2-3-1 2 1/2 bath townhome near 34 St. Plaza Mall:
Park Properties. 371-7777' 8-20-4-2 11 Services
hookups, dishwasher. Pool! $500 Use forms weeklyin
1 BDRM apt. Quiet lor serious student.Point appearing
West SW 34th St. Call 3753250. Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Pool Tennis CONVENIENT TO SANTA FE Super NW 12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
Sauna Gym and more.STONERIDGEAPT mail. MC, VISA or checks only.
7-31-6-1 2 BR. 2 bath Hat condo quiet excellent 13 Help Wanted

OXFORD MANOR 3800 SW 34th St 375-1121 condition hookups, verticals, pay only 14 Business Personals .' By Phone 373-FIND:
electric. $450
Offer valid to qualified application .
One roommate needed for (fall. Own bedroom only Payment by VISA or Mastercard
8-20-19-2' 1 15 Personals
+ bathroom in a 3br/3bth apt. fully FOR THE DECEMBER GRAD Short lease ONLY. Five dollar minimum.

(urniahed/wather-dryer/very clean apt. Attractive ft clean apartments close to on spacious 2 BR, 1 1/2 bath upstairs 16 Connections MF8304pm.
Call: 336-6891 (leave message) or collect condo patio-deck, like-new condition!
UF, avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease + dep No 17 Notices ,
(3055317424.) 8-20-8-1. dogs. 495-9024. 6-20-16-2 $400 a t How to correct

18 Rides
Room Furnished 3 blocks UF $185-225
LARGE 2 BR TOWNHOUSE Incredible
Oasis Apts cancel ad:
single, $240 double. Share ktch & near Archer & SW 34th St. price. Off SW 20 Ave., new carpet dishwasher 19 Pets your

b.thl. Pref grad mile students. 304 1 and 2 Bedrooms No mini's hookups, breakfast bar.
NW dogs 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:
15 St. Open 5:30.7:30: : 376-6652 or
From $350.00 month 377-3149 7-31-12-2, $325
378-8122. 8-20-8-1 Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri. 8 4 pm.

Need Studio $219 1222 NW 8 Av 5 mln north ol BIKE TO CAMPUS You get your money's No refunds cm be given.
2 environmentally conclous UF worth on this one. 2 BR apt hookups, i
economical carpet a/e 371.
housemates for house In NW privacy Alligator errors:
neighborhood 7777 8-20-6-2 dishwasher, mini's, carpet. $310' o When will your ad run?
1 mile to UF. Pets OK. $150/mo + Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.

1/3 utilities. Call 378-0667 8-2-4-1 THE TOWERSII Soar about the mun- NEED 4 BR UNIT NEAR CAMPUS? Call 373-FIND with any corrections before -

CASABLANCA dart; See UF from private balcony newly We've got a duplex, 2 BR. 1 1/2/ bath each Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
WEST 2br 2 1/2ba
renovated 1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. tide. Share your private/fenced back RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
wa/dry scrn patio c.lllns. dsh/w disp no 371-7777 8-20-4-2 yard. One side has new carpet pets ok on DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Cor-

8-9-5-1 pet pool/clbhs./ $525 avail 372-5706.. the other side. Call quick on this one! Ads mailed in or placed at the rected ads will be extended one day.

DOWNTOWN $675 Union or Shands may take No refunds' or credits can be given after
Furnished ARLINGTON SQUARE placing the ad. Changes called in after
room. Graduate male student. LUXURY APARTMENTS EASY ACCESS UF OR SANTA FE NW 1 THREE days to Ads
378-9682 appear.
3 blocks (from UF Central heat & air. the first day will not be compensated.
BR hookups, dishwasher, dining L, attractive
$75/month. Available August. Call 378- may run for any length of time
1541. 7311.1 2 bedroom townhouse, new carpet spacious $265 kitchen, mini's, pay only electric. and be cancelled at any time. Customer orror or changes:

quiet neighborhood washer/dryer Corrections must be made in person at
Roommate needed share apt. In Brandy- hook-up $375/mo./ Sorry but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
wine (females only 150/m + 1/4 utilities call 4221 SW 21 st Place 376-3133 ROOMY DUPLEX Airy and open 2 BR for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
Linda 3771316. 8-9-4-1 Colonial I Oaks Apartments flat breakfast bar spotless, stackable
8-2-4-2 hookups, off Archer Rd. $315


FOR RENT: Woodslde Villas 2 BR 2 BA with study. IDEAL FOR THE STUDIOUS Quiet, good

End unit. Many extras. Grads or professionals for young family new carpet great for tod- FOR RENT: UNFURN.Under MOBILE HOMES
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk $550. 3775460. 8-2+2 dler/crawler Inside utility room off bath 2

BR walk-in closet. $350 the trees 1 br duplex/house 1 12' Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park.,
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280 Duplex Apt. For Rent: mile S. UF SW 13 St. for serious or professional Best rental value. Grad students have
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. I BR, I.r., kit., bath, ac/heat PETS OK IN THIS TOWNHOUSE 2 BR. 1 person $250/mo 376-6183. 7-31-4- left. 6 excellent buys from $3000 to double -
Plus LMR. Pool laundry no cats or dogs. 3 blocks from UF 1/2/ bath close to UF, stackable hookups, 2 wide with financing. Pool nice park
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 8-20-25- 1 Block off Univ Ave. mini's breakfast bar yard care. $325 quiet open weekends. 7117 SW Archer

2 $265.00 monthly plua security Two and three bedroom homes for leas Road 904-378-0291, 8-9-12-3
Call 3381839. 8-7-5-2 NW DUPLEX CONVENIENT TO SANTAFE $225 to 450 ee Call 372-2223 00 Burch

Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA. quiet Big pantry In this 2 BR Hat, fenced Moore and Cox. 8-7-5-2 1989 3br/2ba 28x60 Glamour bath cat.
washer/dryer available In most units for Lovely fenced corner lot House 3brs 1 pets ok, close to shopping. $350 take -
ceilings, one owner $4000 over payments
... $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 & 2 Bath 1/2ba, cent h/ac/ screened patio Lvrm & ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2/2 w/study end on 3 acres for sale, or lease.
$250-$350. sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 8.20- Drm garage, den, kitchen: stove, oven KEY MANAGEMENT unit blinds, $620/mo/ 335-2703. No pets. Horses OK. West of UF 9044720031.
25-2 refridge $700/mo. 1st & 1/2 last + $100 8205.2 82083Charming
security call 376-1362. 736 NE 24th St. 372-3060

SPACIOUSONE 8-7-5-2 8-2-2-2 PHOENIX apt 2BR near UF avail 8/1 1 yr one bedroom, garden tub H/A.
BEDROOM APT. lease $300 1st + last mo rent + sec dep. pool nice neighborhood near schools,
ONLY $273MO.LYONS Spacious 2bdr/l/ l/2ba townhouse AC Call James. Day 374-5909 or ev 3762115lvmes. center ol town, bus movies $165.00 last
APT dishwasher washer/dryer/ hook-ups closeto Attractive, clean houses, biking distanceto 8-9-4-2
sec. Call 375-3101' after 5 or leave
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 UF $350 mo. Call Bill 371-4179. 8-7- UF, year lease + deposit no dogs. 495- ph'. 6-2-2-3 pm

8-20-25-2 5-2 9024. 820122FREE Frazer House fully equipped 1 bedroom

apts 1 block to UF campus, no parking
INCREDIBLE 2 BD house 813 NW 19 Av large yard hassles, renting lor fall. 1411 NW 2nd SUBLEASE:
Efficiency Apt. screen porch alc. Take 9th St. north from Ave. 372-9786 8-9-4-2
Starting' at $185 16 Av, then right on 19 Av. 371-7777. 4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease .

. h Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom 8-9-5-2 Rental Finding Service All Info., An attractive, clean 5 bedroom apartment

MEADOWCREST lloorplans, videos and more, FAST We with laundry 4 blocks to UF. Year lease, 2bdr/1ba Sep-Dec.; New car-
378-3968 Shellrock Villas Townhouse, $450,2 bdr/1 can help you find that perfect place to live. no dogs. $695/mo. 495-9024 8-9-4-2 pet, fenced yard w/d dishwasher. 1st
375-3861 1/2 ba, fireplace, $400 cleaning & rental Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 336- last ft deposit. $350/month. Call 332-

8-20-25-2 deposit, 4076719438. 8742Lg 9349. 6-9-10-2 Casablanca West 2br 2 1/2ba dsh dsp can 2800 after 6 pm. 7-31-8-4

a/c coil fn levelors wsh/dry screened
Check Our New Specials 2bd 1 bath apt close to campus A/C, Efficiency and 1 bedroom apts. 1 block pool/clubhouse no pets $535 call patio 335- Steal Deal! Large 2bd/2/ 1/2ba townhouse -
laundry ceiling fan we water bill $150 from $135-$170 month. Call
All Amenities Available pay campus. per 68283711931. 6-9-4-2 ml ceiling fan, dw w/d walk-In
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED dep $325/mo/ 2023 SW 37th Way call 375- Scott CAW Properties 376-2424. 7315.2 closet. Must see) Sublease $410 Alter 6

OJ Roommates Available 7986. 8-9.4-2 Condo Rockwood Villas 3 bdr/3 ba; 332-4574. 8-2-5.4
Marchwood condo 2bdrm 2bthrm pool
We're No.1REGENCY washer/dryer microwave, patio efficient
OAKS Big 4 bed/2/ bath home with detached Efficiency dshwshr patio bckyrd can hose 2 phone central air. Available Aug. 12. S750/mo. SAVE) sublease a 2bdr/2ba apt. August

378-5766 apt. 1 ml. from UF, Big yard trees, lines wshr/dryer hook-ups sky-light. Call ((613)482-3639.) 6942MOBILE 1, $3S5/month and deposit! CALL anytime -
3230 SW Archer Road BB court volleyball, 2 car garage, fireplace Rick 335-1987 7-31-5-2 / 332. 830 call nowll 7-31-3-4
COUNTRY GARDENS etc, No pets, non-party atmo. Mature -
373-4500 only. $950 per mo. 4020 SW 23 St. 3 BD only $450lt Wallk to UFII Water pd HOMES: 3 BLOCKS from CAMPUS sublease; 2

2001 SW '16th Street 3782016. 6-9-4-2 a/c wood doors gas heat. 411 NW 15 St. 3 FOR RENT/SALE bdrm 1 bath, pets ok, park space avail.,
371-7777. 7-31-5-2
more Info 336-8522.. 8-2-3-4
HUGE 2BD 2BTH $399 Bet Air Apts 630 MARCH WOOD Ig. 3br/2ba townhousewith

NW 26 Av (just off 6 ST, near Albertson's) washer/dryer ceiling fans, Icemaker. Oak Forest F n/s, no pets, to share Wlndgate 14'x70' 3bdr/2ba. Good condition Sublease 2bdr/2ba from Aug., Oxford
office: College Park Prop. 411 NW 15 ST pool 695/mo/ call collect ((407)) 380-3564. 2br/2ba/ apt., starting Fall $248 + 1/2 util! In Castlegste. Anxious owner willing Manor wash/dry new carpet partly furn.( ,

371777.' 8-20-4-2 8206.2 ities. Call 3356770. 7-31-5-2 to deal. Call collect 407-622-4068., 8-0-. S49/mO! call 3771678.' 73124I



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SUBLEASE: HSE/APT ROOMMATES ROOMMATES ROOMMATES ROOMMATES .-



ublease 2br/1 ba mid Aug-May at Village Male N/S to share Brandywlne apt lor .OWN ROOM* F N/S Roommate Master bdr. avail In 2bdr/2ba lurn apt lor NS M/F needed to share spacious NW

ark Apts $390/mornh include all ex- (all/spring terms $$170/mo util. Con needed lor Fall Short walk to cam- F at Windmeadows, avail. Immediately home 3br/2ba All amenities Included

pt elec. Call 372-1948 6944 tact Doug 335-4949 or leave message pus/Shands $210/mo 1/3/ utilities Call call 335.6590 or if not there, call 336 $200/mo. $200/dep Call NOW 372-

8.2.10.5Two 336-3834. 73145 8132. 6-255 7027. 7.31.2-5
|M fully (turn own bd/ba/ or share bd/ba

alk to UF/Shandf Oakbrook walk, (for n/s F roommates needed for Fall Regency MARCHWOOD-NSF lor furnished N/S M lor own bdr/ba In 2bdr/ba apt In Own bdr/ba in house, l65/mo + 1/2 util,

tails call Stacl 372-8005 (leave metkge Oaks 3bdrm 2bath Call Marcy 336- 3BR/2BA townhouse, wash/dry, pool, Pinetree Gardens, ac, cable. $175/mo + kitchen use, wash/dry, for mature student -
) 8-2-2-4 6888. 820135HUNDREDS bed, ceiling fan $200 + 1/3 util! 336- 1/3 util Call 336.0066. 6255 373.3145. 82065
1020. 8-20.8.5Bivena

( block (from campus sublease 1bdr (all Mature I, n/s/ (all & spring, 90.91, 2b2b ROCKWOOD VILLAS own rm ft bth in 3/3/

1 spring A/C 170/mo avail. nowl! Call of Forest, 2 n/s F, share master ste, luxury apt grad med law student condo: wahr/dryr, vcr, ceiling fans, etc
fiytime 377-9123 or 376.2424 7.31.1.4ROOMMATES roommates at your fingertips We can walk/bike/ UF, 21/2 Ba, pool, w/d $225 wash/dry, micro, pool, security, new S $225/mo & 1/3 bills. Jeff 335-1522. 8-
help you find that Ideal roommate FAST. 1/3 Util 376.9280/1-245-4143 collect clean, very pleasant complex, call 305 955
Gator Rental Finders UF Plaza. 336- 6985F. .
966 9317. 8755Male
9349. 820.115Looking
Millhopper Area share my home, 2 nlll I,

lor F underclassman Rmt. wanted; $105/mth N/S. pref Jr. or Sr.; share 2 bdrm. own bdr, share bath $200 + 1/3 util +
prefer
to
| N/S own bed/bath $250/mo. + 1/2/ utlliIBS share 1/4 util F/S/ ; Park Place Hayes House across from Norman Hall deposit call Nancy 378.2292 or 378-
2/2
apt. at Piccadilly Apts from .
375 0466 leave (Bicycle Club) Call 336 6865. 6765 1846. 8.7.4.5
call Vanessa at metBfl Aug. 20. Phone In Chi. 312-549-3320, In App. $250/mnth Call 615-832-6452 or

.. 69-125ABRAND VT 802.464-6162. 8.2-7-5 8136448472 Lv msg. 875.5
N/S F rmmt. needed for own bdr/ba/ In nice Need N/S/ F lor own room In lurn 2 bd
( NEW OAKBROOK WALK condo. W/D/ micro, d/w./ $150/mo + 1/2
Need N/S/ F to share 2br/1/ 1/2ba/ townhse Casablanca condo. No lease required Share 2b/2b pool laundry close to
talk to UF, need 1 or 2 M for 2BR/2BA/ avail Aug 15 W/D, micro, d/w, close to Fully furn except bdr. Avail Aug. $250/mo UF/shop/bu lull run hoe util inc util Prefer serious ttudent Call 332-
.
.
ndo.. Luxurious, completely furn, UF. Prefer serious student I7500/mo 1/2 util Call Ann 373.3492 or Iv. msg phone/gas/elec/ $100 dep/SO wk or $200 6879. 8 9 S 5
laid service dlshwieh if int call 376.1057 lye 731-
wish/dry, 1/2/ util. Call Lisa 373-1339/leave 8255 mon mess
(Icro. Oreal view. Call Dave 375. 3-5 Need rmmt Spyglass Your own
541. 8-20-14-5ILUXURIOUS messag 7-31-5 5 ASAP Roommate needed to share nice 2 bed/bath/ apt furn must.. 1/3 r.nt/uili. ..

Male Christian own rm. 2br/lba townhouse bed/2/ bath. Fox Hollow Pool. i89/mo Room wi a view Seagle Bid. Aug. 15 +. start lease mid. Aug. loads of amenitiescall

OAKBROOK WALK** near UF/VA/ $155/mo + 1/2 util, I smoke and have kitten Steve 378.9606. Responsible healthy, smokeless. grad 336-7272. 7.31.25WINDMEADOWS
Irand turn. Walk to prel Prl bed/bath Call Jackie
new, completely 8-2-5-5 person
336
6237 after
dep neg. 6 8965
pm. .
F,1 or 2 F rmmls. for 2 Br/2Ba condor collect407-624-8130. 8245 I n/a lor own rm & ba
in 2br/2ba lurn apt. I 1ml. to UF, no pets. .
&/or (all. kltchImicro .
J>r summer European Seriously need FN S roommate to look (for Need n/s F, 21 or over share 2 bdr/2 ba
/ wash/dry; maid .service; *ecuIty 2bdr/2ba (turn apt In Brandywlne or Regency turn apt, 1/2 mi. from law school on 34 Male rmmt lor (all/spring to share bdr. In $200/mo + 1/3 util avail 8/18 ((516)467)

much more Call Denies 375-4541. Oaks lor mid-aug call now 334 St., $247.50/mo + deposit, 1.407-898. Lakewood Villas 2bdr/2ba $160 rent + 1/4 2690. 6.20.85S.rlou.

>20.14-5 9449. 7-31.5-5 7512. 731-4-5 util, call Pete at 4073924418. 8245 house
female student 4br 2ba

M/F lor own room In 3bdr/2ba townhouseIn walk UF/clty Quiet $125 mo + util +

Marchwood. Very nice/cleanl July $100 deposit 7.31.2.5BRANDYWINE
. I
THE MOBILE GolDfisH by Brett Schroeder, free $200 mo. Call Darin, 335-6235,
message 8.7.5-5 1/2 mile to UF FUR-
NISHED 2BR/1BA $2SO/mo 1/2 bills for

0y VWATNE\ HAVE M/F for 2bdr/2ba/ townhouse In SW area own room. Jacuzzi, sauna, weight room,

WA1WWATCNIN NO, I MEAN WNATS HERE 15 A LITTLE Pool, raq ball, close to UF, wash/dry everything huge pool. 372.2857, Dennis 8955

THE SHOW ABOUT? MISUNDERSTANDINGAMAUY $250/mo + 1/2 Util @ 335-3580.
8-2-4-5 .Responsible nit fern needed for own br

PC? ft ba in new 3br/2ba mobile home, security

IT'S A HALF ANHOUR Irs Roommate bdrm w/private bath townhouse sys quiet area Avail fall, rent neg

ATELEVISION. A MITSv81CH/! Busline to UF, kitchen access 335.5240. 8-20-5.5
$215 incl util Contact Cecil 332-0786 or
t w a 392-5212. 8.20-7-5 M or F nil for next year, Mill Run twnhs
z.SovRaeod 2br. 1 1/2 bath turn wash/dry, pool serious .

C 4cr NEEDED: F, n/s/ rmmt for fall in he*. upper classman preferred' $240/mo/

VQ directly behind Norman Hall i85/mo Sean 3369751. 8.2.2.5

1/4 util., wash/dry, fully furn, call 372
j-tl 5120. 7.31.3-5 M/F/ rmmt for 3 bdrm 2 ba house 3 mi to

UF, pool, fp. w/d/ lor $225/mo + 1/3 util.

...COUNTRYSIDE411111693BR Call Virginia at 335.5751 pm, 392.8952am.
6225
2BA on quiet lot fenced yard r

ceiling fans washer/dryer Need n/s/ F rmmt. lor 2bdr/1 l/2bth/ townhouse -
$225 plus 1/2 util., N/S 3326531. 8-2-
Own room, washer, close to Oaks

ROCKWOOD VILLAS Mall, avail mid Aug.Dec, $190 + 1/2 util

mature nil F for own rm/ba, wash/dry Please call or leave message 332-0631.
0 By Doyle.SienwckyHey
fully furnished alarm $235 1/2 util
pLr syst ;
F N/S serious student needed to share
E1.y'S avail Aug 1 335-7363. 7-31-3.5Rmmts
2bd/2ba apt $220/mo + 1/2 util close to
UF call 373.9436. 8-7.3-5
wanted for nw,2 yr. old .11. home Kathy
ar Good lor ul/sfcc/ 3bdr/2ba reasonable
WIL0of- Mature F nil for fall/sp 2br 1.Sba SW
LAURA MERCY/ safe $225/mo 1/3 util! 338-
+ twnhs mainly (urn. 4 bike to UF, quiet
HEY W'AVO 60th' ON? III Qo ICII f 13 C14ANHOLIN'4PIRl1S 8605/messagel l 8-2-4-5
r FRGM 1114'ANCItNt PIn Nf $210/mo/ 1/2 util 377-8880 Ruth 8-9-
4.5
Mt3t! / AN 2 rooms avail In house near law school,

LUWCYIWAAAAHJ I//( eteP ITop 11 wood floors. cent ac/heat, lawn service Responsible, peaceful person to share
Incl., avail Aug 1st, 371-1246 7-31.3-5
( t S efti NMICHANNrL. 111I comfortable 3/1 inNWw/34yr.old senior
BEEN & 2 cats $215/mo + 1/2 util, 374-4724
.
i 1NI9, Grad to share N.w. 2br/2bth./ $144/$165/ Tom. 8.20SSGraduate
SW fancy 2br $173 + 1/2. Also, NW

i (FIAGHANNLTM.' YON, E4J'f 8310.2br/2bth$306 8725. Fancy SW 2br $330. 373- students. lor attractive, clean

I r 0111111 10 A apt. 3 blocks to UF. $160/mo 1/7 utilities -
deposit + lease No pets 495-
+
CL A99ICl
N MINIS lor fall to share new double wide
9024. 8.20.5.5Quiet
r3i + mobile home, quiet, own bdr/ba/ call 813-
494-3144 & 813-465.5915. 8965
w studious F n/s/ wanted to share
/ r. i 2bdr/iba/ at Hawaiian Village
quiet
Looking lor a nice place? Fine for own
$207.50/mo + 1/2 util Call Julie at 407-
rm/ba $250/mo or 2 F to share rm $150

1 is P WT WHK8U./ I G0f; each Great condo w/d security CALL 830-5840. 8945

%9 YOU SPIRII9y' I 19 TMB ONUV MS 336-1932 89.55Treehouse Roommate needed for Hawaiian Villagetownhoute
/ you SPIR110 rRItNPLY? Z to evtz KNOVtIev! Call Elise 335-0400. 894- "
DOWN THK5tr Village
ARoommates Available*
Non'MI9Is MID 306wtu Reserve your room for Fall bus service to FURNISHED APTI)
HEY ITIOAN991 MORE A MAFIA ASK 6NOU.OA 'MJNCA Need M NS, must be responsible ft
UF and SFCC lurn or unfurn $170-$250
CO 1NA' APOUi clean Own room. Close to UF
1.0U to VACATQ mostly
N HS AIN'T roommate/month MZ Property Mgmt
AK4OVER.ill Iwo rmwoes. FELL PAYMEN1s.6EHIND INYER per Inc. Realtor 375-0207 8.20.85F S200 1/2 uti. 3766910 8-735

MOMF'MEN
Male student to share Brandywlne apt
n/s to share 4 bdr/2 ba house in
WHATISr 10lJ Is DEIN'RlPOfltfisl0. 2bdr/1 b. $245/mo + utilities. Call 407-
Springtree $155 + 1/4/ util $'security
11,10 MtLL? 659-2764. 8.2.2.5AVAILABLE
deposit Call Michelle at 371-1094 or

8.20.6.5
373-7368, leave message NOW REGENCY OAKS.

Own bdr/ba in 2bdr/2ba apt F n/s
Bike to UFI Roommate needed for large
$210/mo/ 1/2 util 3730296 Leave
+
3 bedroom 2 bath house In SW call 378- oio,
1 7i 6971 leave message 7312.5 message. 8735F

n/s graduate student to share 2bdr/2ba/
AAFALL/SPRING 1-2 M nil rmmtes to
,. NOw GO HOMO AN' unfurn apt In Windmeadows $250.mo +
O share or take over lease on 2 bdr/2 ba
0 YOU f1L105GI.hIERE
i WNAr? 1/2 util Avail August 9. Call Masako
,{ OK YiAONCt. AN' SICK IN MX MONTH. FURNISHED apt In the Laurel 335- 372-2296. 8.7-3.5
... Nt 6 COMB ON RACK SO S651 anytime 8955
..
IRAN' Wig DOW F11.011i FIf.RE.100.
WSCANCANCft.YOUKPOUCV. .
.
4t Woodland Villas 2bd/2ba unfurn apt
*WA F bdr/ba In m/h.
PIR9'f.Vill Liberal n/s rmmt own
rAs P. m9 MERE .AN' Won- pool. M n/s..Own 'loft bdr..245/mo. 1
W/d/ pool Clean/mature & responsible.
1/2 util, security depo. paid, 5 ml to UF
OK4e Grad/serlous std $150 1/2 util. Call
ii 377-1802 8.9.5.5Windmeadows 3355551. 8945WANTED

.
... : roommate for 2bdr/1ba
3/3, N/S F needed lor Aug
who Is responsible but not socially Inept
1i 1. own room/ba.. $253/mo or share, no Available Aug. 15. $167.50/mo. Call
pets, call 336 1030. 6235 3355253. 1735Classlfleds.

Live across from Dome in a huge housens

rill female roommate needed Aug 15, own .
i i r hr I room, share bath, call Molly, 372-7162 Continued on next page.

$187 mot 8-2-3-5
oG l pN.ow 6.A.'fM e+

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12 ALLIGATOR.TUESDAY JULY 31, IM ,
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6 FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALEs FOR SALE REAL ESTATEPriced


TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk MUST SELL GRADUATING! 2 .... I TWIN BED great condition! $70 or best Cannondale 90 ATB all DEORE XT You to sell newly remodeled assumable -
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannliter $20 ea dinette $40, large pit sofa, exc., offer. Call 336-9080. Leave message. 8- can't buy this bike for 1200 Make offer 9.5% fixed/no qualifying, 3/2 townhouse -
Factory reconditioned, unused In pat 2 cond $300 desk $25. wall unit $20, 7-3-6 338-4921 Chris. 7-31-2-6 $55,000, ((813)) 576-9332 after' 5

yrt. Perfect for small typesetting jobs. Make offers Call Bobby 373.5951. 8756 FOR SALE : PIONEER AMP/EQ 50 M-F ((813)535.5800) X-14 work. 8-20-7-7
Good machine (for small 135 salt AQUARIUM filter
type shop. System gal lifeguard
watts $100 sofa $75 Denon 35
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font ; ; Amp two power heads, large coral pieces A newly renovated colonial, by owner Immaculate
watts, new $300 must sell $175 call
disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at Bdrm Furn dresser w/ mirror $175 nlghl t; 373-7107 Iv. 8-7-3-6 ; gravel' + extras $500, 40x28 butcherblock cond., fireplace, oak floors
373-9928 for more Info. table $50 bur. $100 office desk $75 or r msp. dining table two teak chairs $80, white charming country kitchen 1 ml. to UF,

$350 for all 4. Will nego. Call Steven I Study desk w/chalr & hutch $75 sofa- door store bookshelf $40, coffee table very low taxes 3 bdr/1 ba 613 NW 12
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 3717017. 8-7-5-6 sleeper $55. table/chairs $50 I other mile 37x37 glass $55. 3731992. 8-2-3-6 Ave.. 49500. 375-7464. 8207.7
brands are all at our New Location! Car -
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- Baby grand piano. Howard C. 1880. New time.Items 8-9-4-6 all prices neg. Call 336-7350 any. COMPUTER SYSTEMS NO MONEY DOWN, assumable, 2 bdr/2

2070. 8-20-25-6 bass strings, new Ivory new felt. $5,000or ba patio townhouse, 335-2837, 7-31-2-7
best offer. Call Walda 392-1351 day, dblbad$125.5drwchett a 2 drw nt stand 0286-12 Mht. 1mb RAM 43mb Ide hard
MICRO 3781146Editor's drive, 1.2 or 1.44mb floppy, 14" monochrome
CENTERComputers 378.7050.v... 8-7-5-6
$75 excellent cond. call: 335-6831 8-2-
choice Hewlett Packard 2-6 101 keyboard only $1185, 8 MOTORCYCLESOrange

Northgate. Price lower than mall-order. Must sell: 14K 18" Figaro 7.7 gr. $75 0286-20mhz-$1355, 803865X-16mhz-
below Include 1mb 40mb $1495. (Upgrade, student discounts' and Blue Insurance now covers
Systems ((28ms) SmithCorona auto-2500 like new $35, MOVING SALE double bed $75; 2 chairs
Harddlsk. graphics monitor. MC 286/12 weights & bench $15. 15 Atari cartridges $20, bookshelf $15; box fan $7. Call 371- financing available.) Call ELITE at 335- motorcycles! Low rates, low payments,
$1195 MC 386SX $1370, Northgate ; 3368111. 7-31-3-6 6632. 8-2-2-6 1300. 8-20-5-6 safe rider discounts Fast drive-thru service -
386/20 $2399. Leading Edge laptop w/40 3772277. 8-20.8.8

MB hd & battery $2395. 1 & 2 year war Queen size waterbed $100 pull-out Queen size WATERBED 2 months old WORD PERFECT 5.1
ranties. Onsite warranties. Panasonic couch $100 Lazyboy $60 coffee table dark wood wavelets, $135. Ask for Kent 1984 Honda Sabre 700 runs excellent a
1180 printer $185 HP Laser Jet lip $20 formica dressers, shelf desk $150 336-8304. 8-9-4-6 Student and Faculty dlecount. Only few new part added last week $675. Call
$1049. 3743 W. University Ave. 8-9-12-6 must see call 3358328. 8-2-4-6 $135.00 from ELITE, Call 3351300. 8- Dave at 334-7896 leave message. 8-2-3-
20-5-6
Twin beds $35 each inc. frame; drop leaf
Crimestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar Detectors 1988 Schwinn L.Tour 12 spd great
table $125; 2 nightstands $35 each; desk EXTRA LONG SOFA AND MATCHING 9 AUTOSNISSAN
cond. $200 3778575. 8-9-6-6
,
Sherwood. Sansul, Sony, Orion,
$50; chest of drawers $75: Pine drop leaf CHAIR $70 obo CALL 3364326. 8-9-4-6
Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat cocktail table $65. Call 338-1652. 8-7-3-
PULSAR RED Hops 32.000
All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6 Wood coffee ft endtable $40 tv stand
$10 microwave $20. computer desk $50, 6 7 REAL ESTATEWhy ml., extended warranty, excel, cond.,
cinnamon color aofa/loveseat $150. All Julie 376-4795. 8-2-6-9
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control LIVING ROOM SET
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will mint cond/$ negoc. Call Lisa 376-1845. rent? You this
sofa loveseat chair, coff. ft end tbl. 2 can own 1BR/1BA ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- upstairs unit at PARKSIDE. Owner financing .
MOVING Must sell everything Furniture lamps color blue less than 1 yr. old rates low payments. Fast drive-thru
sage. 8-20-21-6 appliances and 2 vacuums Will negollatel $275/nego. Chris 3751928. 8-2-2-6 walk to class. Available Immediately service, Se hable Espanol' 377-2277 377-
332-6759 Iv 8-2-4-6 23500. JEFFREY SIEGEL, CARS. We care. 8-20-8-9
BIKE SALE message.
GRAD SALE: desk-$1lO. bed-$100type- Realtor 373-6063. 8-20-13-7

Large selection of used quality bikes. Scientific Calculator for sale HP 4Kx writer-$60 bike-l30. Everything I il In MAZDA RX 7GS '65. Perfect condition,
New ATB bikes at good prices. Gator very good condition. Call Marcus at 375- 2/1 home for sale by owner 2549 NW 54 38,000 ml front air am/fm
$120, Mag card reader $100 Advantage scoop cassette -
Cycle 3321 SW Archer Road. 373-3962
3221 8-2-2-6 Blvd., asking $48,600. Work: 336-2435
blue. 332-5951. 8-2-4-9
9-10-6 module $20, all for $200 call Gary at midnight
Home: 335-1760. Ask for Plane. 7-31-
3729322. 8-7-4-6
FOR SALE Schwinn 10-speed Queen-size, stain finish.Waterbed Call$100.372-4687.Good condition Leave Assume mtg. No qualifying low down on SUBARU WAGON, -85,' 61000 miles, 5
Pontiac 76 new engine and trans. $600 speed a/c am/fm/ new tires excellent
Continental 2 $65 and Price 8-7-3-6 2br 1 1/2ba Townhouse near UF and bus
SUNN guitar amp. 100 watt obo. Moving sale: couch, tables waterbed message. negotiable. line must see. Call 335-1550 7-31-5-7 condition $4200-call 376-2569. 823.9

2 channels for $350. 376-1359. 7-31-6-6 6243.king 8-7-4-6 size all cheap 335-7126 or 378- Nice clean modern furniture and antiquesall I

at reasonable prices. Come take a

OAKTREE SHADZ: SNGLASES KING bed & dresser $100 ea/obo. Coff look. THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
RayBan $35, Vuarnet $45, Boll $40, etc. tab, Desk Sofabed $150 all. Call 378- 4th Ave. 372-6577. M/C/ VISA -AMEX.
Call 335-6450 to save your money. 7-31- 604 or 336-6886. 8-7-4-6 8-9-4-6
5-6 by Trude Michel Jaffe
For sale white wicker bdrm set dble
1981 Honda 750sa condition $950
great ACROSS DOWN 30
Mix 40 Red entries
4 sale disc jockey set-up gd cond $1900 obo. Gold & white qn. sleeper' sofa $150. matt/boxspring, dresser desk table, mirror
1 Pear 1 Raton 31 Hits like 41 Mortise inserts
b/o Incl 2 SLl200-ttbls, l-atua mxb, 1-600 2 brown & tan lamps $25 ea. Call 371- lamp $475 obo. Other furniture avail.
watt amp, 2-400 watt spkra call Mike 336- 3216. 8-9-5-6 Call 375-6181. 7-31-1-6 5 Pulled away 2 Like Humpty Hammerln'Hank 43 Cordage fiber
0793. 8-2-5-6 10 Quarrel Dumpty 44 Clown
Apple He computer complete system: 2 DP Gympac 3500 weight training set w/at- 14 Seas or sees 3 precedent 34 Wind Instrument 45 Hair style

Sony Discman w/car ace. $125, MidlandCB drives, modem, printer extra memory, lots tachments. Like newt $350. Call Sarahat lead-in 4 Snack for a 35 Place for 48 E-J connection
radio w/ant. $65, B&W TV $25 of programs. Call Lee at 336-1289 any- 3753378. 8-9-4-6 15 New staffer grump? Detroit 47 Rural sight

Healthtex body building 73146 muscle stimulator time. 8-2-3-6 Rattan Sleeper Sofa & Chair $150; 10 16 Massive 5 Native curer athletes? 48 Congers
call 378-1506.
$100 Must sell 1982 Plymouth Horizon A/C cubic ft. fridge $75; Call Sherrie at 372- 17 Two-hulled 6 Tyrlan king 37 Actor Luke 49 Wagon

Must sell! Queen sofabed In perfect con AM/FM good condition $1200 or best offer 5358; after 6 pm 3775841. 8-9-4-6 boats 7 Turkey neighbor 38 Major invention 52 Siouan

dition $250 or best offer. Call anytime. call 372-0895 or 371-2780 anytime. 6-9- 19 Copies 8 Poetic time
Leave message for Jeff 335-6765. 8-2-5- 20 Heart of Dixie 9 Sings ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
Must sell 13 Gold Star color TV CRM Matching sofa & loveseat $175 small dweller
6 dinette w/4 10 Rose of F lAG R I MIS. S L A 81S
4400 still In box six-month old $100 chair $95 mans cruiser 21 Flooring 11 Kennel ?
$50. 336-7329 6-9-4-6 mates R I T A 0 T. HAG I U IE
4 CHEAP cruzrs womans Sap $55 mans 372-0895 or 3712780. 8-9-5-6
23 Hit the books 12 Crooked
0 MAR DON A. A Z U R E
$25 mans 10sp $70 bed $45 draft
& chair $45 all good queen to great shape 376- FURNITURE desk w/hutch, big bed, Graduation must sell! Waterbed queen 24 "Stompin'" at 13 Midterm e.g. G I l D D L I IllIY. Y A R 0
bed the 18 A Curie
2119. 7-31-4 draft table couch, more. MOPED black dresser hamper desk microwave, S T E E Lff E 0 N s.. .
table &
dining much All 25
more. prices ne- Hastily 22 Rara -
Tomos 2-speed Call after 2pm. Ken Callable. Call 3732930. 8-9-4-6 27 Daughter's 24 Rueful . BRA 0 0 U 81 LIE
1960's Gibson Firebird $300, 1940 National 3731807. 8-9-5-6
lap steel $125, Ibanez Midi Guitar husband 25 Compensate BALI SA. 0 M I ENS III 0 N
$750, Fender super twin reverb $375 For sale: dresser $60, nightstand $30 Moving sale: couches $20 end table 30 Tend thefurnace 26 Garage A SEA. C A 10 l A R G 10

Huge TOA PA cabinets $650, Fender Bullet color tv $40 qn bed $75 desk $30 bookshelf $10 table book$15 shelf, desk$10,chair file cabinet$10. Call$15,332-DinIng mechanic's SKI N G A MIS. AND E S
$225; mucho more In good shape 373- $35, am table w/wheels $15. Call 31 Lahr et al. uniform?
Shari 372-5574. 8-9-5-6 4537. 8-7-3 T A S T E R. S T A
6078. 8.20.7.8
32 Hockey great 27 Closes .. A LOG R A R IE S

Call about advantages of owning a 31' Guitars brand new 90 Fender Tele and all 33 Cello quality 28 Greet the dawn H 10 I R 8 R W N 8 E I-111

travel trailer. Avion with computer desk. Rosewood Takamine. Also 135 watt 34 Parents 29 Legal paper AIR M 0 R A I E .IP U R
Musicman head and cabinet. Call 336- 35 CCLXXXV +
$7250 3775460. 8-2.4-8 4291 MUST SELL. 7-31-2-6 PREPARE FOR: V R A I I S E F N S .1 E 0 I

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TUESDAY JULY 31.1990. ALLIGATOR.


SERVICESHORSE TYPING SERVICESTYPING HELP WANTEDParttime 15 PERSONALS .

Chevrolet Caprice 1977
A/C PS Stereo BOARD Greathous Farm ft Near Butler Plaza. Fast, accu- entry level poa. for magazine Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gttor./ Great
$575 obo Equestrian Ctr The ultimate In care ft rate service. Call 376-4854. 8202512. Filing, Ight typing, wp exp. helpful. Must prlcet-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical I
Phone 373-7153 facilities. IS min from UF'' Jan 3767762. have prof phone voice ft be organized.NS. Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. I
8-9-8-11 Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable '
8-7-4-0 3753705. Ask for Tract 0-12 am block from Ala Gen. 8-20-25-15
service. Masters in English will check M-F. 731713INTELLIGENCE
Precision machine shop personalizedfast spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1037 8-0-
Natural' Food and
Vitamin
74 VW Bug $1200 OBO Runt perfect Callor
serviceused by many UF depts. For 24-12
leave 336-4921 Great Transportation JOBSFBI BirkenatocK Sandal
menage
Very Style. 7-31-2-0 student ft pro II. Let AC&T help, call CIA, US Customs, DEA, etc. Now Sunflower Health Foods
3712112. 7-31-6-11 ...RESUMES*** Hiring. Call ((1)805) 687-6000 Ext. K- 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482

TRANSMISSION: 5-lpeed for 1981 Ac Complete writing & development' ser 9488. 8-20.11.13 8-20-25-15
cord. Call Peter at 374-4762 between *FREE* vices. Resume House 3718148. 8-9-
1:45: 4pm or after midnight. 73129 Pregnancy Test 20-12 Paying $75 to qualified volunteer to participate PREGNANT? Don't gu.... Get Immediatetest
Gainesville Women's In new drug study for treatment of result from a reliable source .
SUBARU BRAT Run Greatl! HEALTH CENTER Typing/Wordprocesslng. WordPerfect athlete' loot. Call 331-5379. 8-9-8-13 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881, 8-
RED 4-WD with roll bar and beach lights. 720 NW 23rd Avenue 5.1, quality work, last result, low rates, 20-25-15
Other extras Included. Call 372-8008 377-5055 dependable, persona! service. Tara 332- MANAGER live In student for 15 room
Jay-excellent deal. 7-31-2-9 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 1469. 6-20-19-12 house, competent' In repair Walk to NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL
BIRTH CONTROL UFo 376-6682. 8.20.8.13 Get special student discounts on exam
Toyota Corolla SR5. 1081 white, auto, Gynecology Services Typing and Wordproceadng-legal, ter- and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT-
Ice ac/ht-warranty, new shocks, struts, 8-20-10-11 mpaper, etc. Professional quality and Florid Book Store has opening for preparation HOOD. 3770881. 8-20-25-15
tiei. Exc cond. $1650/obo. 377-8439. reliable service. Call Nancy. 372-2750. for fall opening of school. If you
Lv mil. 8-2-2-0 ONE STOP DENTISTRY 7.31.13-12 want to work at Fla. Book Store, com set Permanent Hair Removal
Accepting new pta, emerg adult cleaning us at 1614 W. Univ. Ave. 7.31.4-13 Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
$30, child $20 TREE CITY CONCEPTSAn Info about the PERMANENT removal of
10 WANTEDLocal ((4)) wild. tee $350 ((3)) wild. tee $275 innovative alternative Word processIng Fashion retail tort manager wanted. unwanted facial ft body hair. 374-4307
((2)) wild. tee $225. laser print, good rates. Custom serv. Contact Pauline between 11pm & 2am at 8-20-25-15
Artist needs: GOLD Gem, Class Nitrous oxide. Accepting MC, V. AE avail. Mary 4755342. 8-20-17-12 Lido 1023 W. University. 7.31.4.13
Ring ETC. Top t or trade. Ozzle'a Fine Must bring coupon, up to ((4)) people $STUDENTS GET CASH
Jewelry 373-0243. 8-20.25.10 H.T. Gonsoulln. DDS 372-9521 8-20-8-1 Typing ** Typaetting ** Resumes PREP COOK, part time & full time. Apply For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy'a
From $1.50 pg- 017 NW 13 St. 2-4 pm Mon-Frl. SNUFFY'S 1017 W. 3721226. 211 I W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central -

Wanted: Care-Truck LEGAL SERVICES WCS, Inc. 373-9822 Univ. Ave. 824.13 City. 8-20-25-15

For Salvage, running/not running AVAILABLE 8-20-15-12
wrecked, etc. 371-1578. Brian D. Solomon Help, wanted for refrigerator rentals, will SAVE ON YBANS

We Buy and Move. 8-20-16-10 377-0772 TLC for your paper, thesis,dis*. Mac 2, pay $4/hr male & female applicant, call University Opticians
8-20-7-11 laser, graphic ability. Call 373-9619. 6- Eric at 371-6321. 8-0-6-13 300 SW 4th Ave.' 378.4480
CASH FOR YOUR BIKE We pay top dollar 211.12TYPING 8-20-25-15
for cruisers and Mtn Bike*. Gator Need Help MOVING? EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI ASSEMBLE
Cycle 3321 SW Archer Rd. 3733982. Fast, Reliable, and Reasonable.Call 71-6435 PRODUCTS AT HOME. CALL AUTO INSURANCEVERY
8-9-4-10 Anytime 335-7617 Erick 89-5-11 I WordPerfect spell checked $1.50 a page FOR INFORMATION. 504.641.8003 LOW PRICES
up to $5.00 minimum. Termpapers, reports EXT. 31 IS. 8-2-1-13 Students welcome) Call today Sunshine

I want to buy a used DRAFTING TABLE ALTERATIONS, TAILORING AT REASONABLE letter, etc. 8.20.11.12 State Ins. 371-0696. 8.20.25.15GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI
and/or chair. Looking for something Inex- Earn extra $$ over break is cleaning crew
penilve. Call 376-0284 from 9:00-: PRICES CALL 376-3114 $1/page, accurate, fast, reliable. Graduate supervisor for College Park Apts. 411 I !
10:00pm: or weekend 8-7-3-10 AFTER 1 PM. school approved 11 years exp. Mary NW 15 St. 3717777. 8-7-4-13 1800 Gun Inventory
8-0-4-11 372-0706. 7-31-2-12 Over 500 handguns In stock
Wanted Hardworking, energetic person Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair
11 SERVICESNW ABOB'S MOVING SERVICE* FAST, English and foreign typing. Papers interested In learning how to assist' athletic Reloading Supplies 466-3340

Low cost Local moving 7 days a week. spell ckd. Accurate, from 150page. people In buying athletic footwear Harry Beckwlth, Gun Dealer
Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave Free est. 10% off with this ad. 3 7 3.5 2 Pat. 378-3846. 8-2-3-12 and apparel No phone call*. Lloyd 8 mi. South of G'ville on 441
near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 78. 8-0-4-11 I Clark Sport 1504 NW 13 St. 8-2-3-13 ALSO INDOOR PISTOL RANGE
$20.10% disc to students. 332-8917. 8- HANDICAP FACILITIES
20-25-11 13 HELP WANTED Sale Help Women' Department. Fullor 8-9-24-15
TYPING part time. Must be able to wo-k Satur-
day. RODERICK'S Creekside Mall. Call Prlcebuster shoe sale- ladies! and menl)
BREAD ROSESABORTIONS 12 SERVICESYOU CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 377-0902. 7-31-2-13 Tennis, running, cross-training-great selection

CLERK from $29+. EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza.

Now Like Dancing For Dollars??? 8-9-15-15 .
1233 NW 10th Ave. WRITE, WE TYPE accepting applications for a classified )
372-1664 Business Legal Personal Reports clerk at the Independent Florida Alligator. Immediate Openings For
MC/VISA/lnsurance Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. Some office ekllle/exp., math Female Strippers, call Sale on lad I..' tennis clothingshorts,
G'ville ability, dependable end willing to work BALLOONACY 3780177. 8-2-4-13 shins, skirts 25% off) Great electionEZ
Free Test Handicapped Typing
Pregnancy
Tennis 34 St Plaza 3722257. 8915.15
Member 378-7179. with heavy public contact. Hours Monday
GUARANTEED WORKI TOP PAYI[ HON-
8-20-25-12 Friday 930am2pm.: Must be ableto
National Abortion Federation
work week of August 20 and In Fell. EST/LEGITIMATEI Assemble products $ COLLEGE MONEYI! Private Scholarships
8202511SEXUALLY I at home 904-686-3634 ext. 4110. 731.1 I You receive a minimum of 8 private
Typing reports business' F129H Apply In person at: 1105 W University
TRANSMITTED DISEASE? legal resumes cassettes transcribed Ave. (No phone calls pl.....) Students 13 sources or your money refundedl Guar.
anteedl! COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP LOCATORS
Get confidential A applications A letters A *etc. at University of Florida or Santa Fe
and notary
treatment at
testing
BE ON T.V. many needed for commer- PO Box 1881 Joplin, MO
: Community College only need
PLANNED Avertable 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. apply.
PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8202511 -
8-20-25-12 AA/EOE. cials. Now hiring all agea. For casting 64802-1881." 417-624-0362 8-20-22-15
I Info. Call ((615)779-7111) Ext. T235. 7,
AVON 31-1-13 MOVING Why rent and move yourself

GATOR MOVING ** t MICRO self service CENTER/computing.Typing Typing 3760339.starts Full@ Sell Avon Full or 375-8967 Part-time We Train. __ when I can move you for less? Anytime,.
Full/Serv/ B.n.lltalnluranc.. 8-20-25-13 BUSPERSON needed for lunches. ApplyIn Anywhere! Save a starving student! 335-
Mov/Storage/Packlng I. 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service 4540. 8-0-20-15
El Toro Mexican Restaurant
:
person
item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long di*. resumes $2.50/hr 15page. Laser
1723 SW 13 Street. 7-31-1-13
Lie/In Harry/Bill 374-4791. 8-20-25-11 typeset graphic spell check A theses EARN $35 SKYDIVE
papers A special characters employment .
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons databases A mallmerge training. This week $110 this month new donate $250 Skydive with the Willlston Skydivers 336-
boarding woodter facilities WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 8-9- with this coupon. Study while you donate An easy way to make money a study 7070. 8-20-18-15 I
2 weeks at
hay rides partle sales working 25.12 or watch videoa. Free Parking. Gainesville Involving hospital lay
students accepted. 466-3224, 375.8080. Blood Plasma Center. Est. 1969. Shanda. Blood ft urine aampllng. Call Stringing at EZ Tennis ready within 24 hrs

8-20-25-11 I Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable 238 SW 4th Ave 3789431. M-Th 8-7 374-6102. 8-0-4-13 Cheaper, better & faster than most
service. Reasonable rates. Laser Frt 8-5 Sat 82. 6-20-25-13 stores. Period. 372-2257 8-9-15-15
Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farm printer. 377-8175 0.00pm.: 6-20-25-12 Energetic & caring person wanted[ to care
Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or for our 5-year-old twin ton after school How many stores will sell good shoes for
Highway Patrol 462-5127. 462-4311 8- Word Processing. Typing, Bkkping ft No Need 15 bucks Monday-Friday. Own transp. a must. If $2999? I 1. EZ Tennis 372-2257 2. EZ
20-22-11 I tary. Grad school exp. Prof quality 15 Interested, please call 378-0952 after 0 Tennis 34th St Plaza 3. EZ Tennis of

yrs exp. Spelling ckd. NW section. today? pm. 1111.13FRESHMENHEAL Gainesville. 8-9-15-15

*SUNBELT MOVING* Dawn 3323913. 8-20-25-12 An easy, relaxing way to pick up cashall TH MAJORS Live-in' 50% off aerobic wear saletights, tops, w
Professional' Moving/Packing Supplies. Pickup/Del., Typing and wordproc. near that' required I II a plasma donation. We attendant needed. Call Lisa at 378-7474 tanks, briefs. Selection Includes Items for
1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dial. campus. Dependable, quality service. pay $15 for your 1st 4 donation & special M.F,8-5. 8-20-5-13 ladle & menl EZ Tennis 372-2257 34 St.
Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375- Reasonable rate 24hr/day.. Call Carol bonuses enabling you to earn up to til5 I Plz. 8-9-15-15
MOVE. 8-20-21-11 373-4464 8-20-22-12 a month. Come In today! Great job for education major. After
Alpha Plasma Centers school enrichment program la seeking *FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC*
Hunter Showbarn now accepting students W* Beat Everybody'a Prlcelll 9 SW 1st St. teachers In the area of art, theatre, pup Serving UF since' 1977
' Pan UF equestrian coach, Boarding, Resumes*Letters*Report, etc. Gainesville 378-9204 petry and other enrichment workshops for Most Insurance accepted
working students accepted. Farrell Alachua Word Processing 8-20-23-13 children under eight yrs one or two afternoons 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.
Farms 4723142. 7-31-10-11 3765465. Established since 1985 per/week. Call 338-1278 and Dr. Steven Schargel
Dancers wanted no experience neededwill leave address on tape. 8-2-2-13 373-7070

train earn 600 weekly apply In person 6-20-21-15
after 7pm Trader's 2212 S.W. 13th St. CWSP Position for Fall Telephone Survey
I 7-31-9-13 $5.00/hr evening hrs call Raymond/Vasu
392-0171. 8-9-4-13 Unique slogans on 100% cotton T-shirts, ,,
OAKS DAILY TWI-UTE SNOW ADULT THEMES. For free catalog. PO
$31111"b440W a S pn Box 50585 Ft. FL 33905 8-20-8-
Children's enrichment Is seeking Meyers
OAKS MAll 6309 Ml program
CINEMA h' DRAFTHOUSE I energetic, reliable, and caring staff to assist -, 15
OAKSI I> OAK 4 z In afterschool program. Job begins

331-8818 MM 3318118 AtUau1111119 watsIs Aug 27 Call 338-1278 for application.
Baas IIA74 BIRD ON A WIRE Must be 20 to apply. 82213BUSINESS AT YOUR FINGERTIPSI!

roosts CHILD PRESUMED INNOCENT (R) (PG13)) Put the world at your fingertips.World .
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,-.lu..u.a.a M/lf/MAN$ s.,7 1.30. ((4.30 $3.00)). 7:40: 10 30 7:00: 9:48: IBM ft Book Encyclopedia! I II now avail, for f
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.....l !3 GHOST (PG-13) 377-1690. 6-20-13-18
14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
Aaaaexc so moss ( 115: ((4:ISO $3.00)). 715.1015: $2 50 '
....1.i.4&.UM. DICK TRACY (PC) ALL PIZZA'ED OUT?
terminals a pc'., buy, sell, Try the fresh taste of Mexico delivered
to
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1:10: iiW1 : ((5:15: $3.00):00.10,2) : $ ALL AGES WELCOME
W DII HARDER (R) trade, rent repair. Great price, QUALITY your doorl! EL TORO TO GO 374-8100..
5 30 114 CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378., 8-20- 8-7-10-15'
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PERSONALSLooking 20 LOST & FOUND

for something to do? Alley Katz Finders Keepers? JASON MADJDI AMINIDOB
ii the place lor you. Bowling, mini golf If you find something, you can place a
and lounge. Call 373-3833 for Info. 8-9- FREE ad in this section. Be kind to someone
05/14n4/
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8.15 who lost what you found. Call 373-
FIND. Date Missing: 02/25/82/

16 CONNECTIONSFAST FOUND the best Mexican food north of From: Ventura, California
the border! It's right here in Gainesville & of
at time disappearance:
CASH FOR FAST TIMES they deliver. El TORO TO GO, 1203 SW Age
Best Jewelry' & Loan 371-GEMS. 16th Ave 374-8100. 8.7.10.20 7 years oldRaceSex

8-20-10-16 FOUND: Book Upgrading & Repairing / : White/Male/

EYE EXAMS, contact lenses eye disease PCs in Norman Tunnel, call to ID, Nick Eyes: Brown
treatment. 28 years exp. Dr J. BecKum, 373-5371, 8-2-2-20
optometrist 917 W Unlv Ave. 376-1288. Hair: Blonde
8.20.25.18 FOUND: Men's ring at Flavet Field. Call "-
to 372-2304.. 8.2.3-20 Height: 4'6"

WE BUY AND PAWN : 75 Ibs.Circumstances.
Gold Silver Diamonds A JewelryRolexTV'lStereoiVCR'i FOUND: 6 wk old kitten, orange & white, Weight
male, lovable, flea collar, found at Salvation """' Child
: kidnapped
'IS! by
TOP CASH PAIDII Army, call 376-1743 before 5, 377-
Best Jewelry & Loan 371-4367 5039 after 8-2-3-20 non-custodial father while on visitationin

8-20-10-16 California. Warrant issued in Ventura
Prescription glasses found on corner of
EZ Loans with approved collateral. Call Univ & BUckman around 7/8? (near County California.
the Cash Hotline. Your Buddy Richard will Chaucer's) call 334-6831 to ID. 8-2-3-20 ,
take care of you. Best Jewelry & Loan. Ventura District
Cash for anything. 371.4387. 8-20-10-16 FOUND: key ring, S. of North-South Dr County Attorney'sOffice
Fob says "ashes to ashes. Call Bruce 1 (California)
GAY? BI? QUESTIONING? 8-5 at 3925256. 8-7-3-20
GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs Missing Persons Unit
Info/Referral/Consultation/ 8-20-25-16 Found Ladies' prescription eyeglasses 1-805-654-3487
inleather case. Found Wed. 07/18/ on 13th
When the heat is on Street by Tigert. Call 3364942. 8-76-3- F
and It's bucks you need, 20
Best Jewelry and Loan
your requests we will heed.
8-20-10-16 PROTECT YOURSELF! Why did the chicken cross the road?

Best Jewelry & Loan Learn all you can about
To get a copy of The Alligator!
Largest Pawnshop In Townl IJI.
AIDS now. Call the AIDS \ ,
371-4367 (
BUY o SELL a LOAN PAWN network at ((904)) 372-4370 .._ JI.k
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$25 & up. VCR's $85 & up
CD players $79 & up. Gold $10 & up
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8-20-10-16 Alligator Classifieds I .

WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. i
Best JSLC71-GEMS.:: 820-10-16

ATTENTION: Student Loans on any. 373-FIND ; I I g F l I I I i ia
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Surf on down to Pawn Beach" Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs, etc. to be listed (rn a I I :. !
When the tide seems too high. "directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form I. I I I ( s 1

We're your summer friendsso explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I 2 I I I I I '
your blues will be all skyl you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to
8-20-10-16 advise you.Alligator I I .i I I I I ';; '

GOLD GOLD GOLD I I t 1 I I I S

We buy your old GOLDII Classifieds may be placed In a number of ways: I I -f I I I I !

371-4367$ WE Best PAY Jewelry CASH &$ Loan 1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by I I =- I I I ( .::1// a_ n.z.g :: _.. ;

8201016GUNSALEII telephoning 373-FINO between 8:00: and 4:00: pm. 1 I I .f I I I I O m 2
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Best J4L 371GEMS. 8-20-10-16 or Mastercard/Visa information no cash please) to: i i 1:11 I I I I i f t'

You need the moneyto Alligator Classifieds 1 ; !I : ,
do what you will. I I Z
PO Box 14257Gainesville .
Rich at Best Jewelry and Loan t I
has the cash lor those bills. FL 32604 ; f f ;

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3. You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W. I ,
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27 yr old SWM enjoys buying gold cash- University Ave., between; 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays. Our trained friend- t I I I I I v I

Ing checks rel.& making Best loans.Jewelry Looks& for Loan.discreet ly staff will be glad to help you with your ad. I I I i I I I I I I 5 I

371-4367. 8-20-10-16 4. You can place your ad in person at one of The Alligator's convenient I I N I i I I I y I

When you're stuck out In Oz "remote" locations. ( I i I i I I- iii !it
and you need cash to get home i:
click your heels three times ON CAMPUS LOCATIONS: t I I >z I
and think of Best Jewelry' & Loan. 1 I I I I }
8-20-10-16 Location _Day_ Hours I I J
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FAST CASH for your good TV's, stereo's, Main Bookstore, Hub 1 I I I' J J !
Best ) .,: I
vcr's cameras or anything JewelryA Customer Service Desk ,. M F 8 am 4 pm ( I !i
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10-16 Medical Bookstore, Shands ,, M F 8 am 4 pm I I : I I I I .
OFFICE USE ONLY
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BI white male, inexperienced, looking for
Sat & Sun Closed
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John, P.O. Box 728, 32604. 8-2-4-16 'I ', "',Ir: -

BiWM, student seeks same for close friend I vt CLASSIFICATIONS: .' ',,..',<, 'N'RATrs', ( k 011') '
ship discreet relationship, 20-26 yrs old. Please use this form to place Alligator Classifieds. Please follow these ,
Must be athletic,good looking and straight instructions exactly. Be careful to include everything you wish to say.Request >,_'. FM flint::Furnished _'lt.S.r le.s (Circle one)
acting. Reply with phone photo to Randy for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a -J.For Rent, unfurnished' -12.Typing Services. I
Box 23664, G'vllle 32602. 8-7-5-16 new advertisement. THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS .-4...-3. Mobil Homes For. Rent/Salo/ _13.Help Wanted, r i2D 1 Oiy.o.M.00,yi/';,-..7.flOJD : I

,j AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error, The Alligator is '_:_>.SublMMHoutvApt.Roommate _,_14. Business Personals-"-_ .y._,..00 ,
18 RIDES responsible ONL for the FIRST insertion. Do not use foreign language, __e.For Silt" ,_,_,;:..Personals: ., :4 Days,,,11.oo .
double-entendres or manner of address which Identifies the addressee I __,.RH|Estitil. IT.NotlcM Connection'? 5Motorcycles D.r.....!
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to a third party. The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does .-,.. Additional
45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 5 yrs. of Rides k )
wkly Fri/Sun bus trips. Pets ok pkg trans not constitute a binding agreement on the part of The) Independent __l.Auloi 1I.Peta ," ,SZ.MMCH .
ported. GMQ trans 336-7026/305-266- Florida Alligator' to publish said copy. The Indeps".dent.Florida Alligator ....10. wanted dvJO.: Lent: I Found. I -.. :._
3788. 8-20-15-18 reserves the right t to act as a sole! judge of the suitability of any advertising I .'0 STEBCARO a VISA j tp Dm, |> .Addkt.ed. lines" I
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Rossfrom Miss records for steals in a game "It was tempting to go to Missis- ment, Ross is counting on fan sup- Lady Gator basketball." of
page 16a ((11)), season ((135)) and career sippi State," Ross said. "But I just port to help her Lady Gators squad. Whether the fans will get ex-
((333)). didn't feel right about the situation Home attendance at Lady Gators cited remains to be seen,but Rossis
strong nucleus of players,Including Ross graduated from Mississippiin there. I didn't feel a total commit- basketball games averaged 398 genuinely excited about being
second-team All-SEC performers 1982 with a bachelor's degree in ment from Mississippi State." people last season,a statistic Ross the Lady Gators head coach.
Sophia Witherspoon and education and spent one year UF,Ross said,gave her that feel- called "awful".
Rhvonja Smith. coaching at Belhaven College in ing of total commitment. "I understand that people want "I 1 wanted to be part of the new
Ross, a native of Mississippi, Jackson, Miss. before joining the "I felt that Florida was willing to to come out and see someone be wave of coaches coming to Florida -
played collegiate basketball for Ole Auburn staff in 1983. do the things necessary to get this successful," Ross said. "But they ," Ross said. "With people like
Miss, where she earned All-SEC Before coming to UF, Ross program turned around," Ross might have to come out first, and Steve Spurrier and Lon Kruger, I
tournament honors in 1979-80. Al- turned down the opportunity to re- help us be successful. We want to think the future is real bright here.I .
though Ross says she wasn't a very turn to her home state as head said.Although she already feels the see some bodies in the stands.We I think in a couple of years we'll
good player, she holds the Ole coach of Mississippi State in 1989. support of the Athletic Depart want to get people excited about all be challenging for SEC titles."

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16,ALLIGATOR.TUESDAY,JULY 31, IMSPORTS
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I I Ross brings winning ways to UFBy I Foreman vs.


Iron Mikelet's -

MIKE SCHULTZ cialty at Auburn. For the past
five years she was Auburn's top
Alligator Writer
assistant and chief recruiter,
itHe
Carol Ross knows the chal- signing many outstanding play- see

lenge that faces her as new head ers, including Carolyn Jones,
coach of the Lady Gators bas- the SEC Player of the Year in may not be the smartest guy around.

ketball team. 1990. He sure isn't the most masculinesounding.But .
Hired April 17 to replace "Recruiting is an area of let's get one thing straight. Mike Tyson
Carol Whitmire, who resigned coaching I enjoy," Ross said. does not lose to people smaller than Andre
during the 1989-90 season,Ross "Lots of coaches hate it, but the the Giant

must resurrect a mediocre UF day I don't enjoy it any more is Buster Douglas? Isn't that a dessert at
program and make it a power in the day I'll give up coaching." Dairy Queen?
the toughest conference in Ross already has signed two
I never saw the Tyson-Douglas fight,anddon't
women's basketball. recruits for next season,but her
want to. Reading about it is enough.
Ross knows the Southeastern impatience for won't
success t Kind of like being told Santa Claus is actu-
Conference, and she knows the force her to sign players just to
ally Mr. Lipscombe from next door.
fill the bench."I .
problems the Lady Gators have
experienced. What she doesn'tknow got here a little late to Mike Tyson is human? No, no, no, no. I
Yf don't believe it I don't believe it
is mediocrity.Ross recruit top-quality kids this I don't
believe it.
is, however, rather well year,"Ross said."I would rather
acquainted with success, and wait and use the scholarshipsnext
she's eager for more of it year." Gregg Doyel

"I'm a pretty impatient per- In her first head coaching job, BLEACHER
son," Ross said soon after ac- Ross inherits a team that had a BUMDidn't
cepting the job at UFo "I want to dismal 1-8 record in SEC play

be successful as soon as possi- last season. Despite that record,
we see him flatten Michael Spinks
ble." Ross said she likes the
LadyGators' in what,24,25 seconds? No way did he lose
In her seven seasons as an talent and attitude. to an ice cream treat.
Auburn assistant, the Tigers "One of the things that im-
But it's true. Douglas left the most dominant
made seven NCAA Tournament pressed me was that they had a
fighter of a looong time lor
The last three athletic team," Ross said. groping
appearances. very
his mouthpiece in the corner of the ring.
years Auburn advanced to the "They were a very aggressive
championship game before los- rebounding team. But their ipwi*** *kw*" No more, Tyson won? First round?

ing. greatest strength,and the thingI Hmmm. How about those Red Sox?

Ross' formula to bring that I hope to tap on, is that these Some day Tyson will face the ageless .-
kind of success to Florida players think they should have and seemingly weightless George Fore.

seems simple: recruit quality won more games. My job is to man. But promoters Bob Arum and Don
athletes, teach those athletes teach them how to win." King would be wise to stop hyping and start

how to win and attract fan sup- The Lady Gators return with ALLIGATOR PHOTO planning Tyson-Foreman before the public
port for the team.Recruiting UF's Rhvonja Smith returns for her senior year after earning tires of seeing Tyson devour his recent
was Ross' spe- see Ross, page 15 second-team AII-SEC honors a year ago. steady diet of cupcakes.

After all, what's the point of Tyson fight
the Till of the world? The
ing Henry mans

I Former Gator Hart wins first titleAfter last thing we need is to have him lockedup
pro for murdering one of those patsies be-
fore he has the chance to do the same to

going four years without a collegiatetitle 7,050-yard Dunes course at Wellington. 3 1/2 inches. Bentley, who will be a sophomore Foreman.

to his name, former UF golfer Dudley Travis gets probation next season, was an All-American in Hey, who doesn't want to root for the old
Hart needed just one week to claim his first Former UF recruit LaTeef Travis was 1990. guy?But let's face it His prime was 15 years

professional victory. placed on 18 months probation last week Former Gators track star Dennis Mitchell ago. Foreman keeps pointing to the senior
after pleading no contest to selling crack
overcame a five-meter deficit in his anchor
cocaine. Once one of the most highly sought leg Thursday to lead the United States to a And Tyson's a guy who could pull out
AROUND recruits in the nation out of Pensacola Pine gold medal in the 4x100 meter relay. Mitchell any v number of clubs and whack Foreman,
SPORTSHart Forest High,Travis will play this fall at Pearl finished fourth in the 100 earlier in 10.25 a dead ringer for the Marshmallow Man in
River Junior College in Poplarville, Miss. seconds. "Ghostbusters."

an All-American for the Gators in Travis, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound linebacker, OK, Foreman does hit harder than Mr.
1989 and 1990, won the 49th Florida Openin signed a letter-of-intent with the Gators in UF swimming recruit Nicole Haislett won Sta-Puft. And there's always the remote

sudden death Sunday. Hart parred the first February and was considered UF coach five medals during the Goodwill Games, chance he could introduce Tyson to the
hole of the extra session to beat Jay Steve Spurrier's prize recruit Travis failedto tying her for first among the women. Haislett same bazookas that ruined Adilson
Townsend and pick up a$10,000-plus check meet entrance requirements later, and had two gold medals and three silver medals. Rodrigues and Carl Williams.
for first place. decided to attend Pearl River.
Then again, Rodrigues was out of shape,
Hart, trailing on the final day by six shots Bentley fifth at Goodwill Haislett, of St. Petersburg, went on to win 31,and way past a prime that never existed.
after seven holes, caught fire on the back UF long jumper Dion Bentley placed fifthat the 100-meter free style Sunday at the U.S. Against Foreman, he crumpled up like an
nine en route to a five-under-par 67 on the the Goodwill Games with a leap of 26 feet, Swimming Long Course Championships..Pirates' empty beer can after five minutes.

Williams was worse. He quit in the sec-

I outfield among best in baseballUnited ond round threatened of such to a sue stinker him for that breech the promoter of


Press International Dave Henderson in center and-Jose Cansecoin ...or how long they'll keep us together,"said contract. As in not putting up a fight.

I right Bonilla, who, like Bonds, is upset with his Now Jerry Quarry, a 45-year-old who
Pittsburgh Pirates manager Jim Leyland Although that outfield compares offen- contractual treatment by the front office. retired 15 years ago after a so-so career,
smiles when you ask him to compare his wants a slice of the money pie. Staying
sively, Leyland believes no one can match So far Bonds has been
the offensive
starting outfield of Barry Bonds, Andy Van within his age group, Quarry insists he can
r Bonds in left and Van Slyke in center, defen- leader into
blossoming a star, and Bonilla
Slyke and Bobby Bonilla with what the rest beat Foreman.
What's Bonilla has
sively. more, surprisedthe
has done his share. Only Van Slyke, miredin
'! of baseball has to offer. Pirates with his play in right. a slump that has driven his froma Foreman may be old, but he's big and
"Oh I don't know" he said in average
tongue powerful. Quarry's just old. It gets worse.
I cheek. "But I kind of think I could talk to However, an outfield is judged on its of- season-high .337 on June 6 to .279 at the Larry Holmes,who quit after Tyson embar-
break, has kept the outfield's
fense. And the Pirates' has a chanceto productionfrom
\ most baseball teams and be able to trade group rassed him two is considering a
make its mark the being even more impressive. years ago
them even-up for their outfield." on game, consideringits comeback.
performance so far. It is on to both
Right now the only outfield that can com pace While Bonds has roared and the
Van Slyke I caught my granddad lacing up
drive In and Score 300 runs, a rare feat.
pare offensively with the Pirates' is the Oak- creaked,Bonilla has rolled steadily along,as gloves the other night. He says he wants a
land Athletics' of Rickey Henderson in left, "Only time will tell how good we can be is his trademark. piece of Bob Hope. This has gone too far.

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