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I Lombardi urges changes in budgeting controlBy



DEBBIE CENZIPER the dollar and give students more decision at the right level," with dollars are left in the"faculty" bud- "The Board has been receptivein I

Alligator Staff Writer education for less money, he said. officials who are education experts. get and more money is needed in the past to lump-sum budgetingthat
Universities also would be held There is no chance of renegade the"staff budget, it can't be trans- gives us the ability to find ,
Florida's nine university presi- more accountable to the state, he universities and universities run- ferred, he said. more creative solutions," Riordan ,

dents once again are banding together said. The Board of Regents is the ning off in all directions,""Lombardi "We're trying to operate like you said.But .
and encouraging state 13-member panel that governs the would a private enterprise," he the Regents also know that I
legislators to give universitiesmore nine state universities."The said.As said. "A manager has flexibility, legislators aren't always going to !r
tell
it works
power and flexibility with the now, legislators give them what is asked he said."They're .
,
Legislature and state have universities exactly how much and if they don't use it right, you
millions of dollars receive
they created an artifact to run the State have and exactly fire the manager." trying to control the
they
each money
year. University System and to monitor education system from legislative
where the must be
UP President John Lombardisaid and control us what's not re- For example money legislators allotted spent. Regents spokesman Pat Riordan committee rooms, when that's
Tuesday that the Legislature quired is an additional layer of bu- about $208 million, for precisely said Lombardi's request for more what the Regents are for,"he said.
increases state education costs be- reaucracy by state legislators," control is familiar to the Regents. UP Governmental Relations f
cause it restricts how universities Lombardi said.Although universities 7,522 faculty this positions among the Asking legislators for a lump sum Vice President Al Alsobrook said

spend money. year. of money, instead of dividing it into universities have been rallying for

But if the Legislature allowed Lombardi said he's not But under the current rules, specific, inflexible categories, more budgetary say for at least 20
both the Board of Regents and the asking legislators to let universi- money the state allocates can't be would allow universities to find years, and a transfer of powersee
universities to spend money the ties run unleashed with state moved around to where it's needed new and better ways to spend

way they saw fit,both could stretch money,he is requesting to"put the most, Lombardi said. If a few extra money, he said. Lombardi, page 4


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county jailBy cold shoulderBy



STEPHANIE SWISHER CARRIE SEGAL

Alligator Writer Alligator Writer

When UP freshman Marc Gentry decided to Student Body President Michael Browne said

make a statement Tuesday by setting fire to a sign he doesn't want his tuition money-or any other

in Jennings Hall, he got more than a reprimand student's to support UFs White Student Union.At .

-he was charged with arson. the Student Senate meeting Tuesday night,
The incident began when Gentry and his friend, Browne urged senators for the first time not to

freshman Jay Weissman, noticed that a sign dor- support WSU's $3,000 request.
mitory residents had written and posted was r The premise of the White Student Union is
burned on the bottom. The sign requested the one of getting what they believe is their fair
lounge be re-opened because it was closed after a share," Browne said. "I believe that their fair

food fight left macaroni on the television and walls. still yYgn tt share shall"" not include one penny of my tuition

Jennings resident David Bibloski said the peti- money.
tion allegedly was burned by the resident assis- WSU still has a chance to receive money if SG's

tant, Paul Sorgen. 1 Budget and Finance Committee decides not to

The petition was hung over another sign,written destroy WSU's request.
by Sorgen,which stated the lounge would remain Browne also said even after national coverageand
locked until the mess was cleaned up. local media coverage, WSU's small numberof
Gentry said that when Weissman saw the peti- members proves that UP students aren't Inter-

tion was burnt on the bottom, he suggested that ested in a white rights group.
Gentry should burn the RA's sign along with the "Quite simply,the University of Florida student
petition."I .anx body heard what the White Student Union had to
burned the bottom of the petition, but I blewit -y say and then chose to ignore them,"Browne said.
s "The WSU is considered to be an insignificantgroup
fire 4 1 +t
really
out to make sure nothing was on t "
of misguided students.
Gentry said.
But WSU Vice President Steven McCormicksaid
After Gentry extinguished the fire, the smoke
activated the fire alarm and residents were evac- look many UP students support his group, although -
they're afraid to publicly say so.
uated at about 2 a.m. r. st '
Gentry said residents were allowed back in at wJ "Ninety percent of the people we've talked to
have encouraged us and want to join, but they
the first floor
'2:30: a.m.,but five residents on were
for Gen- don't want to be called racist," McCormick said.
held in the first-floor lounge questioning.
try then confessed to starting the fire. Former Student Senator Pat Siracusa told sen-
ators WSU is getting attention it does not deserve,
"It that turned out to be disaster,
was revenge
but its is that he believes in.
position one
fire alarm to off. I
he said. "I didn't expect the go
shocked." "If you want to define racism as somebody that
was discriminates the basis of then Affirma-
on race,
arrested Gentry early Tuesday morn-
UP
police tive Action is racist because it gives preferential
him with first degree
ing and charged arson a "
based he said.
treatment on race,
felony punishable by 30 years in jail and up to a
$10,000 fine-for the small fire police said caused But Siracusa also said he believes a group
STOODARO-ALUGATOR based on such issues is not worthy of SG money.
damage. E. ANN
no
Gentry was held at the Alachua County jail and Canine cabooseMoxie Multicultural Affairs Cabinet director Mama
Weston said WSU narrow-minded views makesits
He said he hopes the
released will Tuesday be reduced afternoon.to a misdemeanor. a 7-year-old German Shepherd, gets a back-seat view members unable to see the reality of Affirmasee -
charge
,
from Neil Gillespie's three-wheel moped.
WSU, 4
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Q Attacks victimize homosexualsA But a member of the Lesbian and Gay Illini said the ert1s
recently released study based on reported acts of university really needs to take"rather big,bold steps."
violence, harassment and attacks against Oregon had the highest number of reported inci-
homosexuals showed that 7,031 incidents occurred in dents on campuses with Illinois, West Virginia, Virginia

the United States last year, with 19 percent of these and Ohio following behind. presents
attacks occurring on college campuses. Q Alabama updates hiring rules
According to The Daily HIM', 529 acts of violence Alabama education officials changed the quota sys-
against gays and lesbians were reported in Illinois and tem for hiring blacks after an accusation of dis-
of those, 272 happened on the state's college cam- criminatory hiring practices was made by state Rep.
puses. The study revealed that two-thirds of the na- Alvin Holmes.
tional incidents were acts verbal harassment and of According to The Auburn Plainsman, the Alabama
the remaining 2,322 reports,34 percent were physical State Board of Education voted to implement a 25 8 A W [ r
assaults, 31 percent were threats of violence, 17 per- percent quota for hiring blacks. Of Auburn
cent were acts of vandalism, 14 percent were police University's 4,132 employees, 2,986 are white and
abuse, 3 percent were homicides and 1 percent were 1,056 are black. There are 1,049 university faculty
acts of arson and other victimization.Most members and of those, only 14 are black. IIATTENTION
homosexuals in the Champaign, 111. area said Jack Blackburn, associate vice president of
they are not satisfied with the measures the city and academic affairs, said Auburn has a special programto
university have taken to protect them from harass- provide incentives in various departments to attract
more black faculty members. v NO DRY 3 DUD LICUT

ment.Champaign has a human rights ordinance which According to Holmes, most of the blacks work for ( all night
assures gays and lesbians equal opportunity in the department in lower paying secretarial jobs.
employment,housing and pubic access.Also,over the "This is an insult to the intelligence of the black
past several years, the University of Illinois has taken taxpayers who have a right to be represented on the
small steps toward preventing homosexual harassment board too,"he said.
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Summer social:The Gay and Lesbian Gainesville, a group working to end being given at the Student Health
Student Union is having a social the AIDS crisis,will meet for the first Center. Required for fall registra
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the Institute for Black Culture, Terrace. Call 332-0700. It's anonymous: The student
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pedestrian,



bicycle pathBy


ROBERT COLVILL
Alligator Writer

The railroad bridge that crosses South-
west 13th Street at Archer Road soon will be
more than a popular target for graffiti.
The bridge,built in 1957,hasn't been used 77
since the last train crossed it in 1969,but by
August 25 the bridge will become a bicycle y.
and pedestrian overpass.
James Rogers, resident engineer for the
State Department of Transportation, said
pedestrians and bikers will be able to travel
along a path from the comer of Southwest
11th Street and Depot Road, 'across the
bridge and end up near the University Cen-
tre Hotel on Archer Road.
t
Rogers said the bridge and the old sec-
tions of railroad on either side are being
renovated for public use in a joint effort by
the city of Gainesville and the Florida De- E. ANN SIODDAHD-,ALLIGATOR
partment of Transportation. The effort will George Stewart of Hallee Systems Subcontracting sets grades for the new bicycle and pedestrian path on the 13th Street
cost more than $146,000. overpass.said .
"A wire mesh will be installed
along the length of canopy the bridge to prevent the bridge will be used as a bicycle path "If anything was going to be built in that. Regardless of any future projects, students
graffiti and to stop people throwing things until a future road project is proposed. corridor, I would say it would be within 10 now will be able to cross the busy road
from it," Rogers said. "The state allocated money for the bike to 15 years," he said. more safely.
Graduate student Daniel Tecler said he pass so the corridor could be used until such Kanely was unsure if houses would haveto
thinks the improvements are a good idea. time as a future" road project comes throughthat be demolished to create space for the Jeff Ross, a senior majoring in business,
"It's about time," he said. "Put it to good area, Kanely said. road. He said that would depend on what said, "It would be a nice thing for people to
use." Kanely also said that a future road projectis kind of road would be built and how many be able to cross the street without being hit
I Gainesville traffic engineer Brian Kanely high on the city's priority list. lanes it had. by a drunk."


I Senate approves new voting, budgeting rules I



I Finance power divided I Vague voting codes clarifiedBy II


By DEBBIE CENZIPER afraid of losing their budgeting power. CARRIE SEGAL One substantial change dealt with the
II Alligator Staff Writer The Budget Committee will be composedof Alligator Writer amount of people required to form a party. Six
senators who review the budgets be- people can form a party and accomplish more
Student senators approved sweeping fore being presented to Senate. In only 10 minutes, student senators than they would if they ran independently, he
changes to Student Government's finance But some senators said Tuesday night changed the election codes Tuesday night be- said. In the past, a larger number of students
rules Tuesday night, but some I the extra committee may- not be enough.- cause some senators called the codes vague were needed to organize as a party.
senators said the new rules Several amendments to and obsolete. Another new rule which adds an extra
may give SG's executive Stern's revised rules, which Student Body President Michael Browne week of campaigning- is a change that com-
branch too much power. would have restored some said he created an elections code committee to mittee members wanted, but Siracusa said he
The revised rules,written of Senate's power and lim- correct the frustrations he encountered while did not. He said the extra week wouldonly
by Student Body Treasurer ited the executive branch's, campaigning in February. Senators will hold a aggravate students because they already have
David Stern, change the were defeated. final vote next week. been bogged down by campaigns."I .
process student groups use One defeated amend Pat Siracusa, election code revision committee
think week is for serious
,to receive their slices of ment requested that the chairman, who has been involved in the a enough cam-
SG's $4.5 million budget. Senate, not only the trea- past six Student Government elections, said paigners to get their points across, he said.
Senators will take a final surer, have the authority to most of the code structure remained the Sen. Nelson Miranda, an election committee
vote on the issue next week. send a student group accused same, but some major changes were made. member, agreed that the changes were
Stern said the changeswill of misusing SG "The rules had become obsolete," Siracusa needed.
make the budgetary Stern money to the Student Honor said. "Many things don't apply anymore." The smoother the elections run, the better
process more consistent, with less com- Court. Before senators approved the re- One such rule requires the elections supervisor off everybody is," Miranda said.
mittee-member changeover. SG also will visions,the treasurer or a two-thirds vote to declare the election polls open. Judiciary Committee Chairman Adam Tan-
become more accountable to student of Senate could send a group to Honor Siracusa said having a supervisor declare the enbaum said he thought when the committeewas
groups,which often get shuffled throughtwo Court. elections open is meaningless and rarely done. created, it would make more changes.
budget committees, he said. Sen. Jennifer Slone said that one part In some cases, the words that were changed
"When I heard about the election committee
The revisions state that SG's executive of Stern's revisions gives the treasurerthe will take the advantage away from"professional
would make
I thought major
''branch, which includes Stern, the stu- power to send a student to court campaigners,"a group of Greek students who previously, they "
dent body president and the vice presi- without anyone else's permission."We run elections behind the'scenes, Siracusa said. structural said.Senators and. procedural changes, Tan-
enbaum
dent,will write the million-dollar budgetsfor didn't want that much power in "It t will take out the party machine's monop-
UF's seven largest organizations, the hands of one personSlone said. oly of rule manipulation," he said. also heard Browne's Chief of Staff
,such as the Reitz Union and Recreational But a tired and frustrated Stern said Many ceremonial rules also were taken out Larry Medvinsky announce his resignationafter
Sports. In the past,senators and students he's the chief financial officer and he was of the codes to give students running for SG being involved in SG for two years.
,elected at-large wrote the budgets, and elected by the student body to act on offices more time to meet the student body. Medvinsky will attend New York UniversityLaw
|the executive branch had only veto faulty student groups. It t will effect the amount of time candidates School in the fall.
I power. This is absurd and ludicrous. ..If an spend in election committee hearings arguing Senators also decided to place the Safe Ride
Stern said he also created a budgeting organization is guilty of misuse of funds, over violations,",Siracusa said. "That will allow program which transports intoxicated students
:committee which will review and revise I shouldn't have to go through another .them to go out and meet students, rather than from local bars-under SG's jurisdictionif
I the proposed budgets- to appease branch of government to'send?: them to argue against the ones, they're running UF officials decide there are liability prob-

-;some. apprehensive. senators. .. who were ..court.:: .,_. .' ..,.., against. lems.I .
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am. Thursday and must live under conditions out osteoporosis, a painful arthritic disease, and mature students
lined in the clemency order."I Alzheimer's Disease. 3 BR features

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announcing Gilbert's immediate clemency was offi- right-to-die group in Eugene, Ore. "But there should pool/sauna

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has served 5 1/2 years of a life sentence and is in on Sept. 12. ,
poor health. He is blind in one eye, suffers from The governor said Gilbert was granted clemency 5 & Cantwell $
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Barry by saying he gave away city contracts,jobs and that the two did not share cocaine during four daysin 13411 N. "Main Terr II NE 35th A, 1 Sat: 9 a.m. 1 p.m. 5
his influence to cocaine suppliers and then lied to a December 1988 in a downtown Ramada Inn. He A a !
grand jury, convinced that his friends would back up later changed his testimony and told the jury atBarry's 1376-6752 34th i I-BY Appointment Only- B
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drug involvement with one of the government's prime The perjury counts charge Barry lied when he tolda

witnesses, Charles Lewis. grand jury he did not know of Lewis' drug Involve- PREGNANT ? NSSTEARLY

"Ladies and gentlemen,government can't work ment, never gave Lewis cocaine, and never received !
well when the chief executive officer charged with cocaine from Lewis anywhere or anyone else at the

enforcing all the laws goes into the grand jury and Ramada. ALL, SERVICES FREE.

shows his utter contempt and disdain for the Retchin said Lewis' testimony was. consistently Crisis CONFIDENTIAL
Retchin said. "He into the grand corroborated .
process, goes jury by other witnesses.Barry's >'
and he lies." attorney, R. Kenneth Mundy, was TEST PREGNANCY MANY COUNSELING OTHER
Barry had arranged a cover-uo with L official James McWilliams, I Ketchin said. nesday.of REFERRALS SERVICES


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page 1 But a change is needed, he said, Lombardi's speech to the Re-
won't happen overnight. because legislators"dot the I's and gents last week he addressed the r---------------------- ,
Legislators protect their right to cross the Ts,"-and do everythingfrom problem: DO YOU HAVE SEASONAL I

watch over state dollars and make writing the budget to deter "While we need
is he mining exactly where every dollar many specific : ALLERGY HAY FEVER ? :
sure money spent properly, resources, programs and legisla- ( ) i
must go, he said.
said. tion, and while we present to you I
"They were elected by the people Lombardi! said a changeovermay a carefully articulated set of propos Volunteers 12-75 years of age with active seasonal ;

," Alsobrook said. "They feel happen in stages,with legisla- als, more than anything else, we : allergies to grass or weed pollens needed, for a
that they have to be the guardians tors slowly relinquishing some con- need the freedom to succeed." one week, 2 visit research study. I
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page 1 equalized such groups as minorities fall, it won't resubmit its requestfor I YOU WILL BE COMPENSATED FOR PARTICIPATION I
women and minority groups." money. He said he wasn't sure
tive Action. Senate's Information and Investigation whether the group would chooseto L -contact- -373-9510- (leave name, phone and best lime to call back- -) J
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"(WSU President) Mark Wrightand cials last week that they would haveto r ,rI
Steve McCormick all missed amend their constitution to allow C11OR Moto 3" x 5" in I WI.. B.'I" ,' I
the big picture," Weston said. all students to join before they "They want us to change our '
"They are looking at how they, as could receive SG money constitution," McCormick said. I..rt: ''I
individuals, are affected, instead of McCormick said although WSU "That will destroy our group.' :: ; One 1I I II

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the school," Gentry said. "1 have Glossy or Matte. I II
doing it in fun and didn't realize \ I each roflr+eloped
Bibloski said he couldn't believe high goals and want to into
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what would become of it. 371-4882 ,
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I Skin grown at Shands' can heal burned bodies1.!r


By DINA NELSON like him, there may not be enough skin to them to receive the necessary nutrients for causing the skin to slough off.
Alligator Writer cover the wounds.The doctors were able to growth," Peck said. Another flaw in the cultured skin grafts is
save this guy by culturing his own skin. I The take is never 100 percent,"Binghamsaid. their susceptibility to destruction because ,
Nineteen-year-old Long Dinh was in the was fascinated." ."Sometimes it's as low as 10 percent or they are only one to three cell layers thick.
back yard of his Jacksonville home,lightingsome Soucy worked on the procedure for more as high as 40 percent. We feel if we have a -If you take a Kleenex tissue and drop
charcoal on a grill, when he acciden- than a year, and when he left, laboratory 30 to 40 percent take, we're doing pretty water on it, that's how it looks and feels,"
tally spilled some gasoline on himself. Be- technician Ammon Peck learned how to well. In the early days the success rate was Peck said. "If the grafts haven't had time to
fore he knew it the fire had from the human skin. He has been like 5 to 10
spread culture growing more percent, so we are Improv- thicken, they can be destroyed very easilyby
barbecue to his own body. human skin for burn patients in his pathol- ing all the time." movement They are much easier to
Dinh struggled to peel his clothes off and ogy laboratory at UF for more than two Dinh is the twentieth patient of the Shands destroy than other kinds of skin grafts."
put out the fire, but by that time he alreadyhad years.. Burn Intensive Care Unit for whom Peck has The cultured skin is devoid of melano-
third-degree burns on more than 60 The culturing procedure includes takinga grown skin grafts. The cultured skin was cytes, the cells that provide color for the
percent of his body.When his sister looked patch of un- used to.cover his skin, so the grafts are very white when they
outside and saw him, she called for help. burned skin from hands, arms, chest, are first put on the patient, even for black
Dinh was rushed by helicopter to the the burn patientand "If you take a Kleenex tissue back and legs.Dinh patients. Eventually, in about four to six
Shands Hospital Burn Intensive Care Unit dissecting it and drop water on it that's said the operationwas months, successful grafts continue growing
where he was given morphine for the pain into single cells "pretty successfuL together and thickening and melanocytesmove
and ointments for the wounds. using an enzyme how it looks and feels. While he recov- from the patient's bone marrow into
"I was conscious the whole time," Dinh that breaks the ered in Shands the grafted skin to restore the patient's
said. .1 didn't even feel much pain at the cells apart. 'The -Ammon Peck Hospital, Dinh kept natural skin color.
time. I must have been in shock." cells are placed in Shands laboratory technician up with his school The first laboratory-grown skin was cultured
Dinh's doctors told him that because so culture containers work and graduatedfour in 1978 by Dr. Howard Green of the
much of his skin was severely burned, not with a solution of months after Harvard Medical School. When the proce-
enough unburned skin was available for nutrients which makes them multiply. the accident as valedictorian of the 239-stu- dure came to Gainesville in 1986, the UF
,"Once the cells begin to proliferate, we dent senior class at Jacksonville's Senior Pathology
taking skin grafts to cover the burned areas. College of Medicine's Department of -
They then told him about a fairly new pro- repeat the procedure,until,from the original High School agreed to underwrite the entire cost of
cedure in which they grow skin cells to cover patch of skin, the size of one square inch, But not all bum patients for whom skin the procedure, and the grafts are offered
the burns by taking an unburned patch of we have easily cultured thousands of square was cultured were as lucky as Dinh.Because free to burn patients.
his skin and creating new skin from It. centimeters of skin," Peck said. "Ifs quite Peck must wait for the cells to multiply, it "It's a very expensive procedure," Peck i
"It gave me hope Dinh said. "At that possible to culture enough skin to cover the takes four to six weeks to produce enough said.We're lucky to have the equipmentand
point I knew there wasn't much more they entire body. skin in the laboratory for the patient Four the people to be able to do this here.As,
The finished cultured skin graft is backedby patients died of their burns before the
could do for me. pro- far as we know, we are the only laboratoryin
The skin culturing procedure was broughtto plastic gauze and is sent to the burn unit cess was complete. the state that grows skin in the lab."
UFs Health Science Center by 1 Dr. Hal to be surgically attached to the patient "Ifs frustrating," Peck said. "The whole But the concept is spreading, with more
Bingham, a plastic surgeon, in 1986. David "When we receive the grafts, we simply process depends on the speed that the cells than 120 hospitals worldwide that have
Soucy, a biological scientist at UF, agreedto place them side by side on the patient's can divide and proliferate patient must adopted the procedure."It .
try growing skin in his own laboratory. wounds, secure them with staples, cover survive about five weeks and they don't is a very Interesting development in
Soucy said he first heard of the procedure them with a dressing and cross our fingers," always make it" medical science," Peck said. "Burn patientsare
about two years earlier when he read an Bingham said."It takes about 10 days beforewe While the burn patient waits for the cul- very traumatized individuals, so it's niceto
article in a local newspaper about a Minne- can tell if we're successful." tured skin grafts to become available, doc- know we now have something to offer
sota burn patient Because the procedure involves using the tors often treat the patient by grafting skin them. In the past, a patient with burns over
"This guy was burned over 90 percent of patient's own skin cells, it is not rejected, from cadavers or animals such as pigs. But 90 percent of his body didn't have much
his body," Soucy said. "Usually they take a but the grafts may not attach to the burned this procedure only works temporarily be- hope, but today he has a bigger chance of y
part of the patient's own unburned skin and surface. cause the patient's immune system recognizes surviving. say thafs a remarkable ad-
) use it to cover the burns, but for patients "Grafts need blood vessels to grow into the foreign tissue and rejects it, vancement for medicine.


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DART to Student Body President Michael Browne for

sending a facsimile of a press release Monday to dozensof } o.eM
Florida newspapers and TV stations, announcing his
speech about the White Student Union in Student Senate

Tuesday night.

Browne said he wanted South Florida media organiza-
tions to hear about his speech because many stories have
been written about UF's racial problems. But sending fac-

similes isn't cheap and wasting student money on some-
thing like that doesn't make Student Government look

very responsible.

LAUREL to UF President John Lombardi! for telling

state education officials last week that faculty have to be rO -:
paid more if the state is to employ qualified people, and 1 r-;...".."""
that UF needs more professors to reduce class size, par- \
ticularly the undergraduate courses. \Cr

We're glad to see someone is paying as much attentionto I' (

students as they are to the research that's done on this __ ..t ... 7q.h.
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Unfortunately, how much money UF gets for those
extra faculty isn't up to.Lombardi. That decision lies with

state legislators.The .

legislators representing Gainesville are up for elec- : .

tion. Students should make sure the politicians runningfor Amnesty group deserves supportI
those offices know what students need and want -
smaller classes. After all, taking Biology with 700 of your I have recently learned that Student Governmenthas
closest friends or watching Economics on television isn'tthe zero funded the campus Amnesty Internationalgroup. > Christine Jenkins
I feel this decision was made out of Ignorance.The SPEAKING
best way,to get an education.We main reason given for this action was that AI is OUT
also LAUREL Lombardi's plea to education offi- a political group. So I would like to take the time to
cials to look at the state's growth and plan for the future. respond.AI prisoners and the release of prisoners of conscience
and children imprisoned for their
men, women
Lombardi! told officials what they've known for a while, does not support or oppose any government or
beliefs color ethnic
origins language or religion
,sex, ,
Its members
political system. around the world include
but seemed to want to ignore there isn't enough room advocated
-: provided they have neither used nor
supporters of differing systems who on the needto
in the State University System for Florida's high school protect all people in all countries from agree imprisonmentfor violence.
graduates, and that space crunch is only going to get their beliefs and from torture and execution. AI's effectiveness depends on its Impartial application
of a single standard of human rights to every
worse. Each year the movement handles, on average,
Again, we hope legislators listen to Lombardi! and nearly 5,000 individual cases regardless of the ideology country in the world.
victims The organization is independent of all governments,
of either the the
or government concerned.
begin setting aside to let the nine state univer- and
money AI has members and supporters in over 150 political factions, ideologies, economic interests
sities grow, and to eventually build a 10th. countries and territories with organized sections in religious creeds. It accepts no financial contributions
DART to SG for extending the time period student more than 40 of them and these numbers are growingall from any government. Human rights is not a political
politicians can campaign during the biannual elections. the time. issue. AI is based on the belief that there are fun-
of nation,
damental which transcend boundaries
Student senators approved the changes in their meeting AI protects human rights.Thousands of people are culture and rights belief.
Tuesday night, as part of an election-rules overhaul. In prison because of their beliefs. Many are held and
AI's tools letters
without charge or trial Torture and the death penaltyare primary are petitions
Until now, candidates could campaign for 11/2 weeks widespread. In many countries men, women and telegrams.Campus groups work on special campaignsand
before the fall and spring elections. But SG leaders say children have disappeared after being taken into offI- on behalf of individual prisoners, while educating
candidates should have 2 1/2 weeks to get their views cial custody. Still others have been killed without any their campus communities on human rights.
across and to al1ow'students to make up their minds. pretense of legality. Had we received funding from SG it would have
These human rights abuses occur in countries of gone to copying educational material, a JAMNESTY
Their reason behind the change is to have as much widely differing ideologies. AI is a worldwide move- concert to help bring attention to human rights and
time as possible to distribute party information to poten- ment of people acting on the conviction that govern- to send members to regional conferences.I .
tial candidates, and get them to run. ments must not deny individuals their basic human I feel AI does important work and deserved funding.I .
We disagree. We think students get tired of having cam- rights. The organization was awarded the 1977 Nobel I hope others let SG knew!how they feel and hopefully
Peace Prize forits efforts to promote global observanceof we will get funding.If not I hope{ :it will not be because
paign fliers shoved in their faces as it is, and extending the United Nations'Universal Declaration Human they don't understand AI or how it works.
campaigning time is onlygoing to make them more sick Rights.AI Christine Jenkins is the UF oordinator for Amnesty
of the process.If works specifically for a worldwide end to torture International.Congressman .

you want students to care., give them, a reason, not and executions, fair and prompt trials for political

more sheets of colored paper. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


New propaganda' Steams wants my of artists and writers who disagree
support, but he fails to tell me exactly with Congressman Stearns in
alligatorEditor from WashingtonEditor what he wants it for.The letter trouble, and that troubles me.
raves on for two pages about pornography Why use Nazi propaganda tac-
A. Plunkett : I just received an appalling and kids, but he never tics if the Issue is so clear?
Judy of tells me what bill he is sponsoring.. the
piece in
propaganda the mail Why the slanted writing
Managing Editor 'Opinions Editor from Congressman Cliff Stearns This tells me that he doesn't loaded words and the complete lack
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella asking for my support in the fight think I can think. He wants a knee- of information in the letter? Whatis
against pornographers who "are jerk reaction out of me and I want Congressman Stearns up to up
Utter Letter to Policy the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one fly-10.pafe) They should be getting a free ride on our Constitu- to know why.I there in Washington?
typed.' double-speced and .'Ifwd. They writer Include e typed' name address end telephonenumber. / tion using constitutional arguments suspect that the bill he is Watch out for rights.
Name will be withheld IT the shows Just cause. If you"have try questions call to defend sponsoring your
the editorial. pap editor et 37445. theirpractice: : of involving win not only get pornographers Patience H.C. Mai6AIJlGATOR'rnURSDAYAUGUSTJt "
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! Victims need programsThe


day of mourning is approaching.The .
Sexual Assault Recovery Service Charlie Graf ski I

(SARS) and Campus Organized Against S \
,Rape (COAR) are clutching desperatelyto PEAKING OUTDr.
their last fibers of hope, in what appears
to be a futile attempt at survival. Kellett, COAR would no longer perform i iI
Their imminent demise is neither unexpected its role as an "advocate" against iI I
unaided nor unprecedented in sexual assault!This kind of role is not a I\
UF history. proper subject for SHS. But this is what OW Alt*no 6WfMv I
SARS/COAR were created at UF almost COAR has become famous Advocacy!
I 10 years ago and have since grown is an integral part of their efforts in the
into programs of international acclaim. education of the public and the prevention AND"T1iEV (
Under the direction of Dr. Claire Walsh, of rape.
SARS/COAR have become THE modelsfor In a recent conversation with the
recovery and prevention programs Coalition of Concerned Students (CCS),
throughout the nation. The first ,Dr.Kenneth Finger,associate vicepresident
programs of their kind, SARSCOARhave of Health Affairs, stated that this
brought international respect and was never the intent of SHS and SHABin
acclaim to UF. funding COAR. He agreed that the
So, the question arises, "Why are most important aspect of COAR was thatit
these programs being destroyed?"This remain a "student" group and that it
is a question that must be answered andit was essential that it remain successfuland
is up to the student body to demanda be allowed to grow.
proper answer.In Dr. Kellett also stated that a "clear .,
order to properly understand the separation from COAR" was importantand -
situation and therefore have the abilityto necessary for the SHS and therefore I
demand the proper solutions, an Informed SARS. Not only is this obviously contradictory
campus community is necessary.For to the intentions of SHS in Activist groups speak for fewEditor
this purpose I am taking this opportunity their funding of COAX but it is also the r

to point out,as Infirmary Director most damaging attitude that is threaten : Every day I read the newspaper and I lived in the Student Ghetto for eight years
Dr. Boyd Kellett claimed to do. in a ing the survival of SARSCOAR.SARS .
become very aggravated at the mass stupidity and it was only this week that I first heard it
similar column ((6/22)), "significant factual and COAR are not mutually
'which exists in the world. It always seems like referred to as College Park.
errors that need correction" and to exclusive they are mutually dependent.One the vocal minority is claiming to be speaking for Is it any coincidence that Commissioner
bring to the public's attention many cannot exist in the role that it has everyone. Collier's family owns about a dozen apartment
other unmentioned j facts. become renowned f<>Ir without the other.It First of all, I'd like to address the litchfield buildings by that name?
Four years ago, is essential for Cinema situation.I feel very strongly that anyone If people want to live in boring, clone-like
because of the \Y\ \ \ their proper (theater owners included) has the right to hire boxes,then there are plenty frat-boy apartment
political nature of \ functioning and and/or fire anybody they damn well please.In complexes elsewhere in this city.The ghetto is
SG COAR was w future growth that my way of thinking any girl who sleeps one of the few places left in this city which still
severely under- they remain as a with a guy for whatever reason, including to has some character. Leave it alone.
funded. the functional unit.
essential Seeing need and Dr. Finger has Keep her job, has no right to cry rape. Womenuse Also, "want to urge everybody to support the
bit much women, proposed Southeast Extension which will link
men every as as men use
the obvious stated:that there
.u.ttU and that's a fact.Secondly Southeast 16th Avenue with Hawthorne Road.
benefit to UF of ,must be a -
.symbiotic"
having COAR con- relation- I would like to express my supportfor This road is urgently needed in order to
tinue to exist and U o oWH01S ship between the the White Student Union. I guess they'reevery relieve congestion in downtown Gainesville and

grow, the Student two. If it has clear- bit as racist as someone walking around to promote economic development.
Health Service ly been the inten- with a Nelson Mandela T-shirt which proclaims
(SHS) decided to tion of SHS to see black power. Racist or not ((it's only a word), Finally,the new beverage tax sort of remindsme
what the WSU says is true. of the Boston Tea Party.Think about it.
provide COAR SARSCOARgrow
with the additional in, these Blacks are being given preferential treatmentover Why not tax churches instead? It would be
funding' they roles why has Dr. whites in many areas particularly college much more fair to the citizens of Gainesville
of white and most likely result in even greater revenues.Dr. .
needed. last year Kellett clearly recruiting. There are a hell of a lot
when an increasein defied these inten- people out there who know this and are getting William ToreklGainesville
the Student tions? pretty sick of it.Rational.

Health Fee was PULLING The threat to
being discussed, THE STRINGS? "" SARS/COAR is debate needs facts 1
the Student Health immediate and

AdvisoryBoard serious. The Editor: Three cheers to Mark Friedrich for a bandwagon, they should first come to understand
(SHAB) decided to include the COAR programs will not survive in this atmos- superbly written letter to the editor July 24. precisely what it is all about I suggest
budget in the newly adjusted fee. phere much longer. 'Recognizing that Gregg Doyel's article was written so pathetically reading Thomas SoweU's latest book Preferential
Great! This could have and indeed something must be done immediately bad that I felt answering it would give it Policies An International Perspective instead of
should have been a positive step in they on June 22, CCS contacted Dr. Finger more credit than it deserved. Mr. Friedrich, so eagerly subscribing to emotionalist and other
right direction. COAR would be taken and requested a transition period,during however, nailed Doyel to the wall Because Mr. politician's vote-seeking tactics.It .
out of SG political games and be guaranteed which no changes would be imple- Friedrich took it upon himself to critique the
of having ayearly budget$24,000, mented to SARS/COAR.This would givea arguments of this page's latest hot issue,I would would only make sense.,
more than SGwould probably have given group of students and administratorsthe like to take the time to thank him for such a Beth Strickland
them. So what happened? time to review the necessities for the rational and effective letter. sophomore
changes and what their effects would be
This year the Infirmary was"blessed"with on the quality of health care provided at Before people jump on the Affirmative Action, Santo Fe Community College
director Dr. Kellett Upon
a new
his arrival it was evident that he had his ,the Infirmary. Any necessary changes troubleIn
would then be implemented in a fashion Diploma worthEditor the
own understanding of what the future of
that would facilitate a smooth transition,
would be. His plan was
totally SARS/COAR contrary to what the student body.'' as opposed to the abrupt shift that Dr. :In regard to a student's recent statementthat the end the facility will be an even greater
was led to believe'and it was certainly Kellett had proposed to put into effect "students are the paying customers of UF: asset to us all. and as always, will be availablefor
,not what SARS/COAR were being told. on.July 1. Dr. Finger seemed receptiveto I think'that It's important to"'note that while the pursuit of"our goals"at a fee that includes
this idea,but Dr.Kellett has not taken indeed we students do contribute to the cost of one of the best deals available:: a UF education.
To begin with, Dr. Kellett decided any steps in this direction.As .
the
in the
attending any school state system,
that because the source of funding for UF and cost to that of a
Compare resources
entire burden is of course not entirely our own.
of July 1, the'SARS/COAR ,
SHS this meant that
COAR was now private institution and the inconvenience of the
COAR was now a department of the programs were severely 'altered., It Is With that in mind I think it only fair to library West renovation will seem negligible.
Infirmary and was totally under his con now up to you the students, to demand recognize that the renovation (and subsequent Most will find the continual investment in UF
trol. This "control" included his that these programs be? saved. 'improvement) of Library West,although untimely something to be grateful for.
decisions on who could,be in COAR, for some is a-small price to pay for the
who could be hired by COAR and what Charlie CrapM is a former UF student opportunity to have its resources at our disposalat Stephen Delaney
COAR's function would be.According to' senator. such a reasonable, stable, subsidized cost. 3BA

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Students accepted to the program will previously handled faculty and curriculum matters. In his new position, Calfee, who spouses, no partner needed,. wear soft-
complete a year of studies at the Tanza- has taught taxation law at UF since 1975, will work with the offices of Student and Minority soled shoes, lessons given, 8 p.m., Nor
nian university, including intensive Affairs, Career Planning and Placement and the Law Student Resource Program. man Hall Gym.SATURDAY
Swahili language instruction and a varietyof Michael Friel has been appointed to the new position of associate dean with over
other courses in other disciplines bas sight of the college's graduate tax program. Friel, a taxation professor, has served as ORGAN RECITAL by UF music department
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standing with a grade point average of at Auditorium.
University
least 2.5. They must have taken at least Winston Nagan Re-Elected As Amnesty
six hours of course work in African MONDAY
Studies. Up to 30 semester hours of credit SUMMER SING REHEARSAL, sponsored
may be earned for the academic year in International USA Board ChairmanAmnesty by UF music department, free and
Tanzania. Students are responsible for arranging open to the public, 7 p.m., 120 Music
for transfer of credits.In International USA re-elected Building.
Tanzania, UF students will be UF law professor Winston Nagan chair + CONTINUING
housed in dormitories, each with a Tan- man of the board at its annual meetingthis
zanian roommate. Program costs are summer. Nagan has completed one WINSTON "VANISHING FLORIDA," exhibit of
$6,250 plus an administrative fee of$500. year as chairman and will serve in the NAGAN more than 30 fiber art works by Tampa Bay
Application fee is $25. Program costs voluntary position through June 1991. AmnestyInternational Fiber Artists' League members, featuring
cover tuition and fees, housing, meals r Florida's endangered plants and animals,
and a small allowance for books. UF Under his direction the 400,000-member Chair Came through Aug.30, Temporary Exhibit Hall,
American section of the human rights '
students who receive financial ToUF Florida Museum of Natural History.
normally
aid continue to receive it while studying organization has focused on United States In 1975 ART EXHIBIT by Miami artist Barbara
may in Tanzania.The ratification of the international Convention Neijna, features sculpture! models and
graduate school is offering three Against Torture. Nagan, who test \ drawings, University Gallery, S.W.13th
ified before the Senate Foreign Relations / St. Continues 23, 9 to
$400 scholarships for the exchange \ through Sept. a.m.
pro-
for the Committee regarding the convention, is someone'else's 5 p.m. weekdays, 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays.
Applications "Human
gram. scholarshipsand rights isn't
optimistic it will become law,before the
the program are available at the end of summer. ," Nagan said. "We are the problem
Center for African Studies, 427 Grinter when we ignore it, but we can be Six U F Students
Hall. They must be completed and returned Nagan's goals as chairman for the com part of the solution if we are willing to takea
there by Aug. 30. ing year include concentrating on a Con stand, even if it is the simplest notionof Become Reserve
Applications for the study program are vention Outlawing Discrimination writing a letter or sending a postcard."
available at the Center for African Against Women, a Convention on Rights During the past year, AI-USA's letter-
Studies, 427 Grinter Hall. Applicationsmust of the Child and the International Cove writing campaigns and other efforts are Officers At UPDSix
be completed and returned there by nant of Civil and Political Rights. In addition credited with the release of 1,200 prisonersof UF students-including a former
Aug. 30. AI-USA is campaigning to eliminate conscience and with the abolition of the Gator defensive tackle-are among eight
For more information about the ex- biases in American political asylum death penalty in countries in Africa, recent graduates of the University Police
change program, call program director procedures, to provide for increased legal Eastern Europe and Latin America. Department's Reserve Police Program.
Haba Musengezi, 392-2183.. assistance for refugees and to release Nagan has been a professor at UF since The program, which began in the fall
Chinese prisoners of conscience. 1975. of 1988, is designed to involve students
Free TutoringFor and members of the university community -
French, Spanish Placement Tests RequiredFor in policing the campus.Reserve officers
UF StudentsAt perform the same duties as full-time
Some Students; Advance Sign-Up ,Suggested police officers on a art-time basis.

Teaching Center Students who plan to register for a.m. and 3:15: p.m.-; Aug. 24-,-9:45: a.in., "This program" has jjy surpassed our H.
French ,or Spanish courses must take 1:15: p.m. and 2:45: p.m.; Aug. 27,' 9:45: expectations, said UPD ChiefEverett
The Office of Instructional'Resources'Teaching placement tests if they have had two or a.m., 12:45: p.m. and 2:45: p.m.; Aug. 28, Stevens. "These eight new reserve of-
Center, located in the southwest ficers are 1 highly trained, highly motivated
more years of the language in high school 8:45: a.m.,10:45: a.m.,1:45: 3:30:
of the basement of Broward Hall, of- p.m. p.m. individuals who will be a real asset to this
had
wing (except ninth grade), have two and 6:45: p.m.; Aug. 29, 9:45: a.m., 1:15: -
fers free tutoring in a variety of subjectareas semesters of the language at another col- p.m. and 2:45: p.m. department.
to UF students. Students can cometo lege or university or if they have out-of- With academic majors' ranging from
the center hours for classroom knowledge of the language criminology geology, the student reserve
l tutoring. in mathematics, science, they want to study. officers underwent oil hours of intensive
business and some engineering courses. Students meeting any of the above con- 6 training over the last six months at the San-
Tutoring is also available for students who ditions,who do not take the placementtest 10 For ta Fe Police Academy. Sixteen students
are preparin for the Graduate may be dropped from the languageclass University have graduated from the program to date,
i Academic Skills Test or the at any time by the Department of News & InformationUNIVERSITY and two of these graduates have gone on
Record Examination (GRE). Romance Languages and Literatures. to become full-time UPD officers.
During Summer Term B, the Teaching Students can sign up for the test in ad- Recent graduates of the program are
Center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. vance at the Language Learning Center, former Gator defensive tackle Dock
weekdays, with additional evening hOurs 103 Dauer Hall. Sign-ups will not be taken Luckie; UF seniors Alan Gorman and
1 of 7 Students on Mondays and Thurs- over the phone. Seating is limited. Test Shannon Woodruff; UF Juniors Kristina
i days. should call the Teaching dates and times are as follows: 'Payne,> Barry Dickson Jr.: and Carter
Center, 392-2010, to find out when assistance Aug.21, 2-5: p.m.; Aug.22, 10:15: a.m. Mansfield; UF sophomore Robert Wagner
will be available in the subject in and 2:45: p.m.; Aug. 23, 8:45: a.m.,10:45: and Santa Fe Community College student
which they need tutoring. Rick Nguyen.8AUlGATOR :
i The University of Florida to an Equal Opportunity/Affinrutive/ Action Institution _

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A mime snaps and lashes out"at a crowd of mild-mannered CAINEIVILLEFLONIM
college students. An elderly gentleman moans at a high volumein
a mall's restroom stall. A group of clean-shaven young men
stand outside a restaurant with phone books on their heads.Anda sf
person dressed as a baseball catcher walks into a South Florida
airport and breakdances on the terminal's busiest concourse.Theseare
the times that try men's souls;these are the days' of Suburban
Boredom Syndrome.
All across America there is a growing restlessness among today's
youth. Frustrated by tougher ID laws,increasing
the elimination of big back seats in most automobiles,adolescents
are scouring the frontiers of their minds In search of new
for weekend fun. And while many of these young people have
resigned to an out-of-class life of Mario Bros.and Brady brothers' ,
there are the rare few who strive for a heartier alternative. i
For these bright-eyed extensions of generations of stickball and'l ,
boulevard cruising, nothing short of serious thrill seeking,,will .
suffice Cone are the days of hot rods and dollar movies, yet there I f '"
are still some young Americans out'there who want to rock". )) .> ,
even in the .suburban '90s. ,This is,the'itpry,'of a few,vibrant'' :
Individuals and their desperate stabs at beating the;monotony of ;

contemporary life. "
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FP hAtRR1Coll Connick followed with the New more confident than ever. Berkeley Square" Is a rather song In concert for a while and

ILJe11.. ON Orleans-styled 20,a mixture of instrumentals When the singing, arrangingand awkward song written by Sherwinand this recorded version begins to
and vocals with guests writing come together as Maschwitz circa 1940. Still, capture: the energy and charm he
i-like Dr./5hli., ffl$ impro ia- Xy3&9n Somber. (bj traka- Connick's rendition is warm and brings to a live show.

ton could still be plodding, | iha.r'7.: u1tlar'rtarvclou .The title thoughtful, and there's an excep- AH in all, this album Is an encouraging
show to great ej!!1 >f imp o 1it stmg'isjme such geifl. It sports a tional saxophone solo by Branford step forward.
ll, t. nd hs) singin wail nand s :r ::' s a !in&c!' ls Marsalis. Connick's ambition may still out-
lever
_lat (!20 isllill the best intro- "a irlangemcnt worthyof Much better Is"It's Alright With pace his burgeoning talent,but We
duction to Connick's talents, if Nelson Riddle. (When Connick Me," the Cole Porter classic givenan Are In Love makes It clear that this
fish only because it contains two stand- sings "I do," wedding bells chime extended workout here. Con- won't be the case for long.
ards that he can rightfully claimas softly in the background.) nick has been performing this
his own "Imagination" and _,. BYMTfHAnCenter rn: T
When the songs fall short, it's v It',
"If I Had A Brain."
Connick Jr. Only usually only one element that ((372-5347)) The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, Dick Tracy,
We Are In Love Then came a bit of luck.Connick keeps them from clicking. "Drift- Quick Change ':?: '
Crooner Harry Connlck Jr.madea recorded a big 'band album of ing" is a deft and plaintive ballad Cinema N Drafthouse( ((376-6843)) Robocopl '<

splash recently by releasing not standards for a little movie called that Connick sings beautifully,but Litchfield ((336-0408)) Young Guns II(opens Fri), The Adventuresof
one, but two new albums. Lofty's When Harry Met Sally . The the strings in the background are Ford Fairkne, Arachnophobia, Back to the Future Part 111, Days of
Roach Souffle is an allinstrumentaljazz movie became a smash and his too sweet and bland,especially on Thunder,Dick Tracy,The Freshman,Ghost,Jetsons:The Movie,Jungle
album of tunes written or co- soundtrack went gold. the instrumental passages. Book, Navy Seals, Total Recall

written by Connick and performedby "Recipe For Love" zips along so Oaks Four West((331-8118)Mo*Better Blues(opens Fri),Die Hard
Now comes We Are In Love, a
his trio. We Are In Love is
enthusiastically that you almost 2: Die Harder, Ghost, Presumed Innocent
bit of romanticism that
another set of originals (plus two should swinging his don't notice the weak lyrics. But Oaks Six East ((331-8818)) Ducktales-The: Movie (opens Fri),
solidify position as a
), with Connick backed
covers full orchestra, la Frank Sinatra.by a potential heir to "Ol' Blue Eyes." on a novelty number like Arachnophobia, Days of Thunder, Dick Tracy,'The Freshman,Jungle
a It shows the 22-year-old enter- "Recipe," nifty lyrics are essential. Book, Navy Seals, Problem Child, The Rocky. Horror Picture,Show
Lines like, "A little bit of me anda '(midnight Fri, 50)
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him, here's a quick recap of His producing and arrangingskills whole lot of you/ Add a dash of ,Plaza ((378-2434)) Die Hard 2: Die"Harder, Presumed Innocent,
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uninspired album of jazz piano cated; his tunes mark Connick as simply don't cut it. Royal Park((373-4277))Betsy'Wedding,Ghost Dad,Pretty Woman,

doodling that was produced by a potentially exciting songwriter, The two covers are also a mixed Firebirds ($1), Teenage Mutant Ninja] Turtlesl(
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22, UP marketing major : pat, 23,,future game show host torn, 22, accounting major Kevin, 23, SFCC English majorUnder / visit lishment your with nWr wSj 9 9ne business of those estab-kooky-

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Joe first j was listening to a 'Ghostly Sound Effects'' record or Picture yourself sitting at a booth In a nice restaurant on a ordinary circumstances, mimes are supposed to be interesting thagjSale Today."
high school 1 ," Pat said when asked where the idea for ""The Saturday evening. There's' a big window next to your table, happy-go-lucky; carefree friends of the general public.. But
"I was I Man" came from. "I just remember there was this so you look outside to watch the setting sun and relax while what If' one mime was pushed just a little too far, say, by a
Afterschool guy taking a dump.. So we just kind of put our heads your food is being prepared. crowd of taunting college students. Traditional beverage selling' :
on for some ,'" I and came up with this crazy idea to shock k people.l Suddenly, Would he break down? Would there be a display of the Remember when everybody's
said.. "The The idea Pat and his out ofnowhere ;6-\::\ ,..MuSI'' BE Sri a E Ek' fury lurking in the bowels of every mime's' dark side? SantaFe favorite little girl' would sell
me do pals concocted to beat Community,College student Kevin thinks so. various lIadE1' Stl 'n"kS to everyoneon
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really stupid, Suburban Boredom there appearsa "I just think it would be such a classic scene: There are all the bloclpwKenjhe t weather
and go to a SURE qRE SoftC Syndrome was just as group of ,, these people walking through the Plaza (of the Americas), got really h hot t? Think of how
and WCIRD-Ot At1r ingenious as it may young men I and they stop to watch this goofy little mime who gets really funny it would,,be if you, college
rest came to +tS AIRfYR?.. have been crazy. They and women d1l ,upset at what the crowd's' shouting and goes crazy." student in yofrtwenties( ," erecteda
more I decided to tape the with open Kevin is describing a scene he first envisioned during his hokey little stand;and sold
it.", sound effects record's' phone bookson sophomore year of college three years ago.. Although he's' lemonade outofTlith 9 and Univer--

"The rest" moaning segment and their l I never actually put his,plan in motion, he has his boredom sity. But don't' forget to include as
referring to play it on a tape player heads. They beater all figured out.
airport""i much rind or stem as possible.
with his hidden in one of the stop a few F..: Kevin sees himself donned in customary mime garb -
venues for stalls in a South Florida meters out- painted face and tights. He is in the middle of the Plaza ona
public shopping mall. side your Ii... warm afternoon during the height of the spring semester.A Assuming the identity of a trash
periment: They then placed a window and crowd, including a few of his friends who are in on the can: Find a public garbage can
international pair of vinyl boots (it stare at you. I ii Lii Siv joke, has gathered around him. Just as the spritely young with a meta( h01Jse, open the
"I just kept H o was raining outside) in Then, just as Rudy begins one of his favorite pantomime routines, one of door, take th|can out and climbin.
''What's' the the stall to make it seem you are get- his friends begins shouting cruel obscenities at the friendly The minute someone tosses
place I like a person was ting ready to v I mime. The others who are in on the joke start yelling, too. something in, glmput a deep,
throw down I seated on the toilet. ask the Soon the entire crowd is shouting at him (as Plaza crowds hearty "Thank. y yow" Make sure cardboard With the door to the patron nearest you if he sees the same thing, the flock hurriesout often do with Jed and Cindy Smock, the traveling preachers). you've' got Pb lesnty typf: f friends
?' I stall locked, Pat and his of sight. "Then comes the crucial part," says Kevin. "In the height of I around to describe your victims''
seen this ,) --: friends started the tape These are the days of Suburban Boredom Syndrome, and the shouting, the mime lashes out in a fit of rage, making all I expressions the minute the trash
times in Mx:7r.(9t: ( player and hurried out the above scenario is one solution UF accounting major Tom these noises of anger and intent to harm. I see myself literally talked to them.
the mid '80s, I \, of the restroom to ob-- sees to the "what to do for fun?" problem in the age of throwing out my clawed hands at the group of people around I can
saw it in an the men's' reactions as they walked out. The surprised conservatism and Nintendo.. me.."
Joe claims his method for beating the boredom seemed expressions on the faces of those-leaving the restroom was no "We just wanted to do something different, says Tom, .' The idea appeals to Kevin as the picture of a lone figure Illogically responding to "May I
appealing mostly because of the irony involved. surprise to the pranksters. echoing the inspiration of other thrill seekers interviewed. "I publicly going over the edge. He says he always wonders if j Help You?": The next time you'rein '
"I 1 had decided to get some guys together to do this the "I think one or two of the people actually used the phrase'old guess we sort of took it to the extreme.. tormented Plaza speakers like Jed and Cindy build up any the mall waiting for someone to
) upcoming Friday night, which meant that the people travelingin man,;' '" Pat said. "That's' what I was most curious about Like the others, Tom also Initiated his prank during high frustrations."It try on her fifteenth pair of pumps,
the airport would most likely be extremely exhausted. The would people actually think it was an old guy in peril?" school as s a free, exciting alternative to the usual weekend just seems like, sooner or later, one of those people Is do something qjtr| r than watch
last,thing they'd'd want to see is some jerk in catcher's' equipment This was apparently the case. When Pat and his partners- activities. Although he hasn't' organized a "Phone Book Fest" going to crack under the pressure. Well, I want to be aroundto families squabJHjgo up to the
J spinning around in the middle of the floor with loud In-crime went back into the restroom to check on the situation, while in college, he says he Is always game for his favorite see it, so why not do it myself? That way I at least get to counter at atfcmiore c and, when
music playing.. It just seemed so ridiculous. I knew I had to a young man was asking the person inside if he was alright. boredom beater.. see the audience's' reaction when the mime lashes out at them.." the helpful le erson emits the
" do it." "We stopped the thing before he (the man outside the stall) ""To tell you the truth, I was never reallysure Like the other Suburban I help ?",
J The catcher's' equipment was added to enhance the absurdity tried to do anything. I've' always wondered, though, how far it would be as much fun at the college Boredom Beaters, "The Mad look all-import above his Mher head you and
''i/ of the situation. When Joe walked that guy would have gone to check on our ''old man.'' level since many people would probably Mime" scenario would cost ( '
''J chOkcehoke little and would be slowly reply, "Yes, I'd like a Big
into Palm Beach International Airport MMMI MWi think it's just another fraternity prank or ,- money '
i that night, he was wearing a catcher's' something. When you .do it somewhere convenient for just a few Mac, uh, large fry,and... I'll tell .
i protective mask, vest and shin guards. cMk1j'' other than a college town, you get the friends. Kevin vows to make ya'' what; throw in a hot caramel
1 One friend carried a large portable tape benefit of an environment where this sort J7oke'N his dream a reality, so don't' with nuts with that." then quietlyturn
' player to provide music, while another of thing isn't' expected." # ''N be surprised if one day you and exit the store.
[ carried a hefty piece of cardboard for He remembers the idea as having just read in this very paper:
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very as Rusty'swife Litchfield morality, making a nervous

a woman who must watch In a recent interview, Matthew effort not to tilt.

her husband pine for the personhe Broderick said he would have had Producer Mike Lobell (ChancesAre

r was unfaithful with. to do this film even if the script ) has casted the movie bril-

But the real standouts are Paul were unappealing. After all, we're liantly, but almost unnecessarily.Bruno .

Winfield and Raul Julia. Winfieldis talking Marlon Brando here.WhenI Kirby plays Victor Ray,

very amusing as Judge Larren I went to see The Freshman, I had Sabatini's nephew, with the same

Lyttle, a no-nonsense man who that same kind of anxiety. It's magnetic annoyance he broughtto

refuses to waste the court's time Brando. I've got to give the moviea Lt. Steve in Good Morning Viet-

with silly legal maneuvers. And good review. nam. Veteran Shakespearian actor

Julia is superb as Rusty's defense No matter how absurd this may Maximilian Schell appears as a

attorney. He brings authority and sound, the actor does deserve all homosexual chefendangeredspecies -

keen Insight to his meetings witha the awe. Brando has always been collector. Bert Parks,

client who may or may not be "bigger than life." former "Miss America" emcee,

plays himself hysterically.
guilty. When Clark Kellog (Broderick)
Director Andrew
'.. The walks into a small Italian bistro to Bergmandidn't
courtroom scenes Julia Is
write this tender
WARNER BROS. script
Harrison Ford plays a prosecuting attorney who must defend himself against t featured in are refreshingly meet his potential employer" he with Brando in mind.But no other

accusations that he murdered a lover In Presumed Innocent. straightforward and accurate. sighs, "Cod almighty! This sets actor could have brought Sabatini '?
the for the entire movie and
Presumed Innocent Rusty himself might be the bad Only one outburst from a riled pace to life. Unfortunately, the excite-

Oaks Four West, Plaza guy. He had a tempestuous affair defense attorney seems forced and the running gag about how Car- ment ends with the two main
mine Sabatini (Brando) looks just
The essential problem with a with Carolyn- until she dumpedhim. theatrical. characters. Brando and Broderick
like the "Godfa.. (Nobody ever
mystery-thriller is that they'rerarely Rusty continued to call, her prove that they are more than
Pakula co-wrote the screenplay, completes the gasped statement.
worth a second viewing. on the phone, and he was even at "stars." They are true-to-the-
so he deserves credit for not play- Sabatini don't like it.)
Once you've found out who the world "
her apartment on the night of the "actors.
ing tricks with the audience. Bute
killer is, the thrill is gone. Some murder. Sabatini employs Clark to assist The film only falters when the
seems so worn bout
movies, like Jagged Edge, throw ina circumstafe al evident fills tipp him In smuggling an endangered two of them are not sharing a
{ hand that he fo to do
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little violence to spice things lizard Into the United States.
Other characters
up. scene.
usty beet >s the primes else. His visiEnd le. though
Others, like Murder the Orient thing ._ When Clark learns he's committeda
on flashbac tolbesslve well-portrayed, only us to
4s n we come t the inherent tetis3tt.JFt6? ti permit
Express, use an all-star cast and derstand how hisi SyilQs undercu | trslojir federal offense, Sabatini takes on see the film's fluff and filler. Paul

catty dialogue to make getting relationship with Carolyn was. | It's y a fatherly reaction to Clark's un- Benedict plays Clark's arrogant
there half the fun., thoughtful pacing. certainly worldly innocence. He Immedi-
And so the question remains: Did intelligent and well-acted, but fora New York University film professor -
But Presumed Innocent director he or didn't he? movie Presumed Innocent ately arranges a marriage betweenhis well, but only interestingly
suspense, -
Alan J. Pakula doesn't seem to it's answered new "son" and his overly enough for audience members to
Naturally, not is surprisingly unmoving.BY .
have any particular approach in until the final minutes of the assertive daughter (Penelope Ann blurt, "Hey, that's the guy from
MICHAEL CILTZ Miller). Clark is then catapulted "
mind. He simply delivers an un- movie. But the key to making this -----_.. .. .._---- 'The Jeffersons.
derstated, stolid mystery that is an interesting question is Ford's Bergman gives us enough of

wonderfully cast and,competently performance. He gives a tense, al- Brando and Broderick to conveythe

presented.Of most-in-control edge to Rusty.It's genuine warmth of their on-"

it's based the best- and off-screen mutual respect.
course, on clear that he's waging an
selling novel by Scott Turow, so Internal battle. But Is it because Perhaps he could have given us
some more of those physical-
several million moviegoers already Rusty is distraught over the deathof
humor scenes with the lizard.
know who-done-it. But for
a former lover or simply fears
the rest of us, the story of Rusty being punished for an act of rage? Whatever is missing from the
film, there's still plenty to enter-
Sabich is
a new one. Ford's Intelligent portrayal is true

He's a prosecutor (played by to both the character and the am- tain.The
Freshman is cute and worth
Harrison Ford) who walks Into biguous plot structure. Without
the trip, especially for
work one day to find that a beauti- "cheating," it lets you believe younger
who have
moviegoers never ex-
ful co-worker named Carolyn has Rusty is either guilty or innocentat
perienced the mastery of Brando.
been murdered. Rusty's boss any point of the movie.He's .
With the release of The GodfatherIII
(Brian Dennehy) is In the middleof
also surrounded by a
top- .. coming this winter, The Fresh-
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supporting TRI-STAR PICTURES man is a superb opening act.
urges him to "get me a bad guy.: main reason this movie is worth Matthew Broderick and Marlon Brando light up the screen In The Godfa. no, BYJEFFCARFIELDRatings

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Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY UF, avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease + dep. No side., Share your private/fenced/ back 378-5396 or 3744113. 8-9-3-2

DAYS. after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected dogs, 495-9024. 8-20-16-2 yard. One side has new carpet, pets ok on
BRANDYWINE* 1 2 NS F
Ads mailed in ads will be extended one day. the other side. Call quick on this anal! or undergrad
or placed at the Studio $219 1222 NW 8 Av 5 mln north of for spacious I 2br 2ba 'fully I turn apt, avail I
No refunds credits be after $675 : :
Union or Shands may take or can given UF, economical, privacy, carpet, a/c, 371- aug 9 no pets.Close I to UF, pool, I laundry
the ad called In afterthe
Changes
THREE days to appear. Ads placing,first day will not be compensated. 7777 8-20-8-2 EASY ACCESS UF OR SANTA FE NW 1 wt. room courts, clbhse 334-9449

BR hookups, dishwasher, dining L, attractive 8-9-3-2
may run for any length of time THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane
Customer error or changes: kitchen mini's, only electric.
and be cancelled at any time. ; See UF from private balcony newly pay Spacious 3bdr/3ba condo In NW. I
but Corrections must be made In person at renovated 1 bdrm's 207 NW 17th St. $265 S50/mo, year lease. Avail. Aug. 12. Call
there be
Sorry, can no refunds
The Alligator office BEFORE NOON.
371-7777 8-20-4-2 377.9314, pl.as.'v.' message. 8-9-3-2
for cancelled ads. There will bee $2.00 correction I... ROOMY DUPLEX Airy and open 2 BR

HUGE 2BD 2BTH $399 Bel Air Apia 636 flat, breakfast bar, spotless, stackable 1 blk from UF, SW.:9bd house for rent,
off Archer Rd. $315
NW 28 Av (Just off 6 ST, near Albertson's) hookups, water paid, very Ig also avail large rooms,

office: College Park Pop. 411 NW 15 ST all util paid, cox cable, nice 150.200 Greg
IDEAL FOR THE STUDIOUS Quiet, good
371777. 8-20-4-2 378-3291. 8.8.3.2MOBILE
for young family, new carpet, gr.allor tod
FURN. dler/crawler. Inside utility room off bath, 2
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: Duplex Apt. For Rent: BR walk-In closet. $350 HOMES:

1 BR, I I.r., kit., bath, ac/heat

1 FURNISHED Roommate needed share apt. In Brandy- 3 blocks from UF PETS OK IN THIS TOWNHOUSE 2 BR, 1 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo

wine females only 150/m + 1/4/ utilities call 1 Block off Univ. Ave. 1/2 bath close to UF, stackable hookups,

I Bdr/ kitliving rm prlvlledge, most utll. pd., Linda 377-1318. 8-9-4-1 $265.00 monthly plus securityCall mini's, breakfast bar, yard care. $325 Farms Mobile Home Park.

summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. 338-1839. 8-7-5-2 Best rental value. Grad students have
11740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/ Info S72-2284/ LG 2 story house furnished or unlurni.h.dconveni.nl NW DUPLEX CONVENIENT TO SANTAFE left.' 8 excellent buys from $3000 to double
to UF 4 downtown $650 mo. Lovely fenced corner lot House 3brs, 1 In this 2 BR flat fenced
[3714243. 8-20-25-1 Big pantry wide with financing. Pool, nice park,
Students welcome 3765957. 8-9-3-1 1/2ba/ cent h/ac, screened patio Lvrm pets ok, close to shopping. $350 quiet, open weekenda. 7117 SW Archer
Drm, garage, don Kitchen: stove, oven ,
I Private entrance, nice br, kitchen & livingrm. Road 904-378-9291. 8-9-12-3
145mo. utll Incl. 3 blks to UF. Private refrldg 700mo. 1st ft 1/2 last $100
prlviledges, most utll. paid, summer KEY MANAGEMENT
eff. Cntl. ht. Cook- call 376-1362. 736 NE 24th St. t
entrance single room security 3br/2ba 28x60 Glamour bath cit.t
I $145. fall 165/mo., 372-2284. 8-20-23-1 1989 ,
Ing parking. Upperclass or.grad. 375- 8-7-5-2 372-3060 ceilings, one owner, $4000 take over payments
|*BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK* 8438 8-10 AM. 8-9-3-1 on 3 acres for sale or lease.Horses .
Spacious 2bdr/1 1/2ba townhouse AC 82-22
West. of UF 904-472-0031.
Luxury condo 4 blks. from campus, secu- OK.
dishwasher / closeto
Irlty. Maid service European kitchen FOR RENT: UF $350 mo.washer/dryer Call Bill 371-4179.hook-ups 6-7- Attractive, clean houses, biking distanceto 8-20-8-3 I

w/mlcro. dishwaah. disposal full-size 5.2 UF, year lease + deposit, no dogs. 495-
I4'x70' 3bdr/2ba. Good condition
wash/dry.: $200 to $3110 monthly. 375- 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 9024. 820122FREE Wlndgate
in Castlegate, Anxious owner willingto I
[4541. 820.141 2 BD house 813 NW 19 Av
large yard, deal. Call collect 4076224068. 8.8-
screen porch, alc. Take 9th St. north from
IF-n/s and Own bedr ft to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280.
tidy 250month. 16 Av, then right on 19 Av. 3717777. bedroom garden tub H/A
bath In Treehouse for Fall 90. Call 373- 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. Charming one
[8927. 823.1 Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or doga. 8-9-5-2 pool nice neighborhood, near schools,
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 376-1190. 8-20-25- Rental' Finding Service. All Info., center of town, bus, movies, $185.00 last
OXFORD 2 Shellrock Villas Townhouse, $450.2 bdr/1 floorplana,' videos and more, FAST, We aec. Call 375-3101 after 5 pm or leave
MANOR 1/2 ba, fireplace, $400 cleaning A rental can help' you find that perfect place to live. ph'. 8-2-2-3 ,,.
One bedroom
Own
roommate needed for fall. Oak Glade Apts. Near UF I VA. quiet deposit 407-671-9438.: 8-7-4-2 Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 338- _
3br/3bth fullyfurnishedwasherdryervery
bathroom In
+ a apt.
washer/dryer available In most units for 9349. 8-9-10-2 79 Holldaire 31' SCTT exd.
/ clean apt. $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 11 2 Bath Ig 2bd 1 bath apt close to campus A/C custom sofa TV. stereos AC, lot
Call: 336-8891 (leave message) or collect $2SO-$350, sec a Imr. 3728422. 8-20- laundry, ceiling fan we pay water bill $150 Two and three bedroom homes for lease a uill. $165 mo. Bike 10 UFo as*
|(3055317424.) 8-20-8-1 25-2 dep $325/mo 2023 SW 37th Way call 375- $225 to 450 S. Call 372.2223 00 Burch, at 3111-28 SW 34th St. $10K 1 n.g. 8-2-1-

7986. 8-9-4-2 Moore and Cox. 8-7-5-2
Room Furnished 1 blacks UP $165-225

single' $240 double. Share kick A BEDROOM SPACIOUSONE APT. Frazer House fully equipped 1 bedroom MARCHWOOD Ig. 3br/2ba townhousewith SUBLEASE:

INW bathe. Prel grid male etudante. 304 ONLY 1273MO.LYONS .' apts 1 block to UF campus, no parking washer/dryer, c.lllnlll.n., Icemaker, t. t
IS St. Open. :30-7:30: 378-8682 or APT hassles' ranting for fall. 1411 .NW 2nd pool 895/mo call collect ((407)) 380-3564. 4 HOUSE/APT

|378-8122. 8-20-8-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 3774797 Av*. 372-9759. 8-9-4-2 8-20-8-2
Sublease I 2bdr/iba Sap-Dec.' New carI I
Need 2 ..nvlronm.nlally'conclou.. 8-20-25-2 An attractive, clean 5 bedroom apartmentwith ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2/2 w/study end pet, fenced yard, w/d, :dlshwaaher. 1st,

housemates for house In NW neighborhood INCREDIBLE laundry, 4 blocks to UF. Year lease, unit blinds, 1620/mo, 335-2703. No pets. last deposit.! $350/month. Call 332-
1 mile to UF. Pets OK. $ 50mo113 -+ Efficiency Apt. no dogs. $695/mo. 495-9024 8-9-4-2 8-20-5-2 2600 after 8 pm. 7-31-8-4
utilities. Call 378-0687.; 8-2-4-1
Starting at $165
at $235 / 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST Casablanca West 2br 2 1/2ba dsh dsp can PHOENIX apt 2BR near UF avail 8/1 1 yr Classlfleds.
Starting
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*CASABLANCA WEST 2br 2 1/2ba, a/c c.llln levelors wsh/dry screened patio lease $300 ,1st + last mo rent + sec dep.

a/dry acrn patio, cell fns, dth/w, disp no 378-3988'. pool/clubhouse no pets $535 call 335-. Call James. Day 374-5909 or ev 378- Continued on next page. *!
Ipet pool/clbha. $525 avail 8/t 3725708. 182113711113142 2115 Iv m... 1--4-2

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SUBLEASE: HSEAPTSteal ROOMMATESRoommate ROOMMATESF ROOMMATESSPYGLASS FOR SALE


Dull Large 2bd/2 1/2ba/ townhouse bdrm w/prlvate bath town- N/S serious student needed to share 1 neat, quiet stable roommate 4 sale disc jockey set-up gd cond $1900
w/ calling Ian. dw. w/d walK-ln house. Busline to UF, kitchen access 2bd/2ba apt $220/mo + 1/2 util. close to needed for b.autllullolt apt. 300/ b/o Incl 2 SLI200-lIbll.I..tul mxb, 1-600
closet. Must teal Sublease $410 After 6 $215 Inc) util. Contact Cecil 332-0766 or UF call Kathy 373-9436. 8.7.3-5 1/2 utilities 3351928. 8-7-2-5 watt amp, 2-400 watt apkrs call Mike 336-
3324574. 6-2-5-4 3925212. 8.20.7.5COUNTRYSIDESSS 0793. 8-2-5-6
Mature F nil for fall/sp. 2br 1.5ba SW Roommate needed. 3 bdr/3 ba In Spy
SAVE I sublease 2bdr/2ba ... glass. Rent + 1/3 utilities. Call 336-5989
a pt. August twnhs. mainly' furn. 4 blks to UF, quiet, Must selll' Oueen sofabed In
1 $355/month and deposltl! CALL anylimel 3BR 2BA on quiet lot fenced yard $210/mo/ + 1/2 util. 377-8880 Ruth. 8-9- or 335-7144. 8-9-3-5 dition $250 or best offer. Call perfect con
332 18 30 call nowll 7-31-3-4 ceiling fans washer/dryer 4-5 anytime.
Grad social science types, one female, Leave message.for Jeff 335.8785. 8251960's -
$225 plus 1/2 util., N/S, 3326531. 8-2- 6
3 BLOCKS from CAMPUS sublease; 2 4-5 Responsible, peaceful n/a person to two malts, seek fourth roomie for house
bdrm 1 bath, pets ok, park space avail., share comfortable 3/1/ In NW,w/UF senior near campua. $200 plus util. 375-3987 Gibson
more Into call 3368522. 8-2.3-4 Rmmta. wanted tor nw, 2 yr. old eff. home. a 2 cats $21S/mo + 1/2 util, 374-4724 after' 6pm. 8-2-1-5 lap steel $125 Firebird, Ibanez$300,Midi 1940 Guitar National
Good for uf/sfcc. 3bdr/2ba, reasonable Tom. 8-20-5-5
Sublease 2bdr/2ba, from Aug., Oxford +saf. $225/mo + 1/3 util. 338- M to share bdrm In 2bdrm twnhse 140 $750 Fender super twin reverb $375,
Manor, wash/dry, new carpet partly turn., 8605/messagel, 8-2-4-5 Graduate students for attractive, clean month call 378-4703 or after' 5 call 395- Huge TOA PA cabinets $650, Fender Bullet
$549/mo call 377-1678. 7312.4 apt. 3 blocks to UF. $160/mo/ + 1/7 utilities 0055 ask for Ken 872.5 $225. 8-20-7-6; mucho more In good shape 3736078. .

Grad to share N.W. 2br/2bth. $144/$165. + deposit + lease. No pet". 495-
Sublease 2br/1ba/ mid Aug-May Village SW fancy 2br $173 + 1/2. Also, NW 9024. 8-20-5-5 N/S/ female, pref. upperclassman to share
Park Apia. $390/month Includes all ex- 2br/2bth $306. Fancy SW 2br $330. 373- 3bdr/3ba apt. In the Laurela. Call Shelby, Call about advantages of owning 31'
ceptelec. Call 372.1948 8-9-4-4 8310. 8-7-2-5 Quiet, studious F n/s wanted to share 3058587721. 8-9-3-5 travel trailer. Avion with computer. desk.
$7250 377-5"80. 8-2-4-6
quiet 2bdr/1 b. at Hawaiian Village.
F/M fully furn own bd/ba or share bd/ba/ M/N/S/ for fall to share new double wide $207.50/mo + 1/2 util. Call Julie at 407- F pro I. or serious student to share luxury
walk to UF/Shands. Oakbrook walk for mobile home, quiet, own bdr/ba, call 813- 8305840. 8-9-4-5 condo. Shell Rock Villas 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba, Bdrm Furn dresser w/ mirror $175 night
details call Stacl 372-8005 (leave message .94.314. A 813.65-5915. 8-9-6-5 __ wash/dry many extras. $220/mo/ 335- table $50 bur. $100 office desk $75 or
) 8-2-2-4 Male rmmt for fall/spring to share bdr. In 6984. 8.9.3-5 $350 for all 4.. Will nego. Call Steven
Looking for a nice place? F/ns for own Lakewood Villas 2bdr/2ba, $160 rent + 1/4/ 3717017. 8-7-5-6
1 block from campus sublease /Ibdr fall rm/ba $250/mo or 2 F to share rm $150 utll, call Pete at 4073924418. 8-2-4-5 Female roommates ((2)) own room In large ;
& spring A/C. $170/mo/ avail Howl! Call each. Great condo w/d, security. CALL historic house In Duckpond area. $125 Baby grand piano. Howard c. 1880. New
anytime 377-9123 or 376-2424 7-31-1-4 3361932. 8-9-5-5 M/F for own room In 3bdr/2ba townhouseIn p/m pets okay 372-3561 7.9pm only. 8-7- bass strings, new Ivory, new felt.' $5,000or
Marchwood. Very nice/clean! July 2.5 best offer Call Walda 392-1351 day

5 ROOMMATESF ATreehouse Village* free, $200 mo. Call Darin, 335-6235, 378.7050.vea. 8-7-5-6
*Roommates Available* message.. 8-7-5-5 Desperately need a roommate who already -
N/S own bed/bath $250/mo./ Reserve your room for Fall bus service to has a place or is looking for onell Queen size waterbed, $100, pull.outcouch
1/2 utilities
call Vanessa at 375.0468, leave+ mes UF and SFCC turn or unfurn $170-$250 M/F for 2bdr/2ba/ townhouse In SW area. Please call Denise 377-2075, Iv.. mes- $100 Lazyboy $60, coffee table $20, formica .
sage. 8-9-12-5 per roommate/month. MZ Property Mgmt. Pool, raq ball, close to UF, wash/dry ev aage. 8-7-2-5 dressers, shelf, desk $150 must..
Inc. Realtor 375-0207 8-20-6-5 erything. $250/mo + 1/2 util @ 335-3580. call 3356328. 8-24-6
8-2-4-5 2 bdrm/2 ba townhouse, F n/s, $225/mo +
*BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK
**
Walk to UF, need 1 or 2 M for 2BR/2BA F nIl to share 4 bdr/2 ba house In 1/2 util., start ASAP 332-4780. 8-9-3-5 1988 Schwinn L.Tour 12 spd, great cond.,
condo. Luxurious, completely furn. Springtree $155 1/4/ util. $100 security F n/s graduate student to share 2bdr/2ba/ 2003778575. 8-9-6-6
,
maid service, dlahwaah deposit. Call Michelle at 371-1094 or unfurn apt In Wmdmeadows. $250.mo + 1 person needed to take master bedroom
micro. Great view Call, Dave wash/dry 375-, 373.7388.llIv. message. 8-20-6-5 1/2 util. Avail August 9. Call Masako with own bath In 3bdr/2ba apt. in Park Wood coffee ft endtable .O.'ty' stand $10,
4541. 8-20-14-5 372-2296. 8-7-3-5 Place (Bic.Club) $21 O/mo. Call Marco at microwave $20 computer desk $50, cinnamon
*FALL/SPRING/ 1-2 M n/s rmmtes to 335-0411. 8-9-3-5 color sofa/loveseat $150. All mint
LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK share or take over lease on 2 bdr/2 ba Woodland Villas 2bd/2ba unfurn apt m condnegoc./ Call Lisa 3781845. 8-2-
**
Need N/S/ F upperclassman to share room
Brand new, completely (furn. Walk to FURNISHED apt. in the Laurels. 335- pool. M n/s.e>Own loft bdr*e245/mo) + In luxury apt In OAKBROOK WALK. Cool 46MOVING
5651 anytime. 8.9.5.5 1/2 util, security depo. paid, 5 mi to UF.
UF, 1 or 2 F rmmte. for 2 Br/2Ba condo people only, please 376-6635. 8-9-3-5
.
335-5551. Must sell Furniture
8945WANTED
everything.
for summer ft/or/ fall. European klteh.
Liberal nF rmmt. own bdr/ba In m/h. appliances and 2 Will
vacuums. ne
w/mlcro/
; wash/dry; maid service; security Female-share furnished 2 bdr/1/ 1/2 ba
; much more. Call Denies 3754541. W/d, pool. Clean/mature & responsible. ... : roommate for 2bdr/1ba townhouse In SW area. Wash/dryer. gotiatsl 332-6759 Iv message. 8-2-4-6
8-20-14-5 Grad/serious std. $150 + 1/2 util. Call who Is responsible but not socially Inept.
377.1802. 6955Wmdmeadows Available Aug 15.. $187.50/mo./ Call Available 3356273. mld-Aug.8-9-3-5- $225+1/2/ util.Call. Scientific Calculator' for sale, HP 41CX

Male, N/S to share Brandywine apt for 3355253. 8.7.3.5ROOMMATE $120 Mag card reader $100. Advantage
fall/spring terms. $170/mo + util. Contact 3/3 N/S F needed for Aug module $20, all for $200, call Gary at 372-
Doug 335-4949 or leave message. 1, own room/ba, $253/mo/ or share, no 6 FOR SALE 9322. 8-7-4-6
8.2.10.5 pets, call 3361030. 8-2-3-5 170 month + 1/3/ utilities

cable, vcr, washer, dryer Pontiac 76 new engine and trans. $600
Two n/. F roommates needed for Fall Regency Live across from O'Dome a huge housens Call Richard 374-8967. 8-9-3-5 135 gal salt AQUARIUM lifeguard filter, obo. Moving sale: couch, tables, waterbed
Oaks 3bdrm 2bath Call Marcy 336- female roommate needed Aug 15. own two power heads, large coral pieces, king size all cheap 335.7128 or 378-
6888. 8.20.135HUNDREDS room share bath, call Molly, 372-7162 Mature' n/s f to share 2bdr/1 1/2b.town. gravel + extras $500, "Ox28 butcherblock 6243. 6-7-4-6
$187 mos. 8-2-3-5 house, wash/dry/ $177.50/mo + 1/2 util., dining table two teak chairs $80, white
+ deposit, call 378-8512. 8-9-3-5 door store bookshelf $40, coffee table KING bed ft dresser $100 ea/obo. Coff
Own bdr/ba house, i65/mo/ + 1/2 util, 37x37 glass $55. 3731992. 8-2-3-6 tab, Desk Sofabed $150 an. Call 378-
of roommates at your fingertips. We can kitchen use, w..h/drylor mature student, M n/s/ rmmt. needed to share mat. bdr. In 6041 or 336-6886. 6-7-4-6
help, you find that ideal roommate FAST. 3733145. 6-20-6-5 furn. 2bdr/2ba apt., avail. Aug 15, call
Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 336- Ron at 3357539. 8-7-2-5 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 1981 Honda 750ss great condition $950!
9349. 8-20-11-5 Millhopper Area, share my home, 2 n/s/ f, brands are all at our New Location! Car obo. Gold ft white qn. sleeper sofa $150.
own bdr, share bath, $200 + 1/3 util N/S F roommate needed for fall/spring Stereo Specialists' 3215 NW 13 St. 372- 2 brown & tan lamps $25 ea. Call 371-
Looking for f, prefer underclassman to deposit, call Nancy 378-2292 or 378- terms Greenwich Green Apia Newl) Own 2070. 8-20.25.8 3216. 8-9-5-6
share 2/2 apt. at Piccadilly Apts. from 1846. 8-7-4-5 room/bath. 1/3/ utilities. Call Donna .

Aug. 20. Phone in Chi. 312-549-3320, In 407-220-8494. 8-9-1-5 Apple II* computer complete system: 2
VT. 802-464-6182. 8-2-7-5 Need N/S F for own room In furn 2 bd MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146' drives, modem printer extra memory, lots
condo. W/D, micro, d/w. $150/mo. + 1/2 F student to share room In 3bd/2ba/furn Editor's choice Hewlett Packard of programs. Call Lee at 336-1269 any-
Male Christian own rm, 2br/iba townhouse util. Prefer serious student. Call 332- apartonly125and, 1/4 /util at Oak For- Northgate. Price lower than mall-order. time. 8-2-3-6
near UF/VA, $155/mo + 1/2 util 6879. 8.9.5.5WINDMEADOWS' eel avail. NOWI! 336-8032. 8-9-3-5 Systems below, Include 1mb 40mb ((28ms)
dep neg 336-6237 after' 6 pm. 8.9.8.5 Harddlsk, graphics monitor. MC 286/12 Must sail 1982 Plymouth Horizon A/C
f n/s for own rm ba ROCKWOOD* N/S F needed for own $1195, MC 386SX .$1370, Northgate AM/FM/ good condition $1200 or best offer
MARCHWOOD-NSF for' furnished in 2br/2ba furn apt. 1 mi. to UF, no pets, 3br/ba w/d, alarm' fully turn., $300/mo/ 386/20/ $2399. Leading Edge laptop w/40/ call 372-0895 or 871-2760 anytime 6-9-
3BR/2BA townhouse, wash/dry, pool $200/mo + 1/3 Wit avail 8/18 ((516)467-) util. Incl. 335-5101 avail. Immed. 8-7-2-5 MB hd & battery > $2395.1 ft 2 year war
I bed ceiling fan $200 + 1/3.util.! 336- 2690. 82065BRANDYWINE ranties. Onalte warranties Panasonic Must... sell 13" Gold Star color TV CRM
| 1020. 8208.5 *OWN ROOM in 4br/2ba/ house for fall. 1180 printer $185, HP Laser Jet lip 4400 still In box six-month old $100
1/2 mile to UF FURNISHED 1 block to UF front porch, central' ac/ht, $1049. 3743 W. University Ave. 8-9-12-6 372-0895 or 3712780. 8-9-5-6
Bivens Forest 2 n/s F, share master ate., 2BR/1 BA $250/mo + 1/2 bills for no peta. $173/mo + 1/4. util 335.2331.
walk/bike to UF, 21/2 Ba, pool, w/d. $225 own room. Jacuzzi, sauna, weight room, 8-9-3-5 Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K.40 Radar Detectors FURNITURE desk w/hutch. big bed
+ 1/3 utll. 376-9280/1-245-4143 collect. huge pool. 3722857. Dennis. 8-9-5-5 Sherwood, Sansui, Sony, Orion, draft table, couch, more. MOPED black
895.5 Greenwich Green n/s f rmmate, new Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Beat Tomos 2-speed. Call after. 2pm. Ken,
Responsible n/s fern needed for own br & complex, mstr bdrm, own bath, free All Prices 373-3754. 8-9-24-6 3731807. 8-9-5-6
I ;<\F. Rmt. wanted; $105/mth ba In new 3br/2ba mobile home, securitysys cable, 1.5 mis frm UF, $245 mo + 1/3 util. ,
1/4 util. F/S/ ; Park Place. quiet area. Avail fall, rent neg 335- call 374.9857: Paula. 8-9-3-5 CAR ALARMS
(Bicycle Club) Call 336-6865. 8-7-6-5 5240. 8-20-5-5 Installed, remote control For sale: dresser $60. nightstand $30,
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will color tv $40, qn bed $75 desk $30, bookshelf
...LOOK*e.Own bed In 4br house 4 demo. Call 336-9193
N/S F rmmt. needed for bdr/ba In M or F n/s for next Mill Run twnhs student Iv. mes- $35 sm table w/wheels $15. Call
own nice year, miles to UF, hot tub, study, fncd yd pets sage. 8-20-21-6
Casablanca condo. No lease required. 2br, 1 1/2 bath, turn, wash/dry, pool serious ok. $180 mo. + 1/3 util. Jm:338-1380! : or Shari 372-5574. 8-9-5-6
Fully furn. except bdr. Avail Aug. $250/mo upper classman preferred $240/mo. 3380483. 8935UNBELIEVABLE. BIKE SALE
+ 1/2/ utll. Call Ann 373-3492 or Iv. msg. Sean 336-9751 822.5 Large selection of used Twin beds $35 each Inc. frame; drop leaf
I 8-2-5-5 Need semi-stud. F for New ATB bikes quality bikes. table $125; 2 nightstands $35 each; desk
M/F rmmt for 3 bdrm 2 ba house 3 ml to 4br/2ba/2 story house 1/2 mile from campus Cycle 3321 SW Archer at good prices Gator $50; chest of drawers $75; Pine drop leaf
ASAP Roommate needed to share nice 2 UF, pool, tp, w/d/ for $225/mo + 1/3 util. by Aug 18. l7S/mo. Call 372.7871. 8-9-10-6 Road. 373-3962 cocktail table $85. Call 338-1652 8-7-3-
bed/2/ bath. Fox Hollow Pool. $189/mo. Call Virginia at, 335.5751 pm 392-8952, 6
I smoke and have kitten. Steve 378-9606. am. 8-2-2-5 f

8-2-5-5 Need n/. f rmmt. for 2bdi/1 1/2bth town- &5;: =: \\ :: THE MOBILE GLDfJgi( I 1SO
Brett
'Master bdr. avail In 2bdr/2ba furn apt for house. Own room, washer close to Oaks by Schroeder
F at Windmeadows, avail. Immediately Mall, avail mid Aug-Dec $190 + 1/2 util.
call 335-6590 or If not there, call 336- Please call or leave message 332-0631. SOME SUYJUTTOU I LOOKED RIGHT AT
8132. 8-2-5-5 8-2-2-5 i WAS DUMB SEcAuSEI HIM AW SAID IiOWS
I COULDN'T
Mature f f. nil, fall & spring, 90-91,2b2b townhouse.Roommate needed Call Ellia for 3350400.Hawaiian Village 8-9-4- HIS NAME! REME/NBoR CA/J/ YOU Now MUCH You KMDu// )! ELLGUESS
luxury apt grad, med, law student NOT ONLY
5 IMAGIAE? GWN DO'I HAVE A TbLD
wash/dry, micro pool, security. new & GREAT MEMORY BuT \ Yvt1 N/M
'clean, very pleasant complex, call 305- ME tLMB/ 1
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Need M NS, must be responsible, ft
mostly clean. Own room. Close to UF, OFF,
Male, N/S, pref. Jr. or Sr.;; share 2 bdrm. $200 1/2 Ull. 378-6910. 8-7-3-5 r:
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Hayes House across from Norman Hall.
App. $250/mnth. Call 615-832-6452 or Male student to share Brandywlne apt. '
i 8136448472. Lv msg. 8-7-5-5 2bdr/1 b. $245/mo + utilities.. Call 407-
659-2764. 82.2SAVAILABLE 00
\ Room w/ a view Seagle Bid. Aug. 15 +.
Responsible, healthy, smokeless, grad- NOW REGENCY'OAKS. .z
person pref. -. Prl. bed/bath Call Jackie Own bdr/ba In 2bdr/2ba apt. F n/s.

collect 4076248130. 8-2-4-5 $210/mo + 1/2 util. .373-0296. Leave.
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FURNITURE-desk' $20. dresser $30. LIVING ROOM SET Serrano Free Weight Sale Matching sofa ft loveieat $175 small
: Airplane ticket, Gainesville to
chair $10-all In good condition:Call Richat sofa, loveseat chair, coff. ft end tbl. 2 RACKET STRINGER Chicago Mon Aug. 13. $80 obo. 375- dinette w/4/ chairs $95 mono cruiser
336-9027 anytime. 8-0-3-6 lamps color blue leas than 1 yr. old Best Offer Twin Bed $15' 3228 8-2-1-6 $50. 336-7329 8.g'4-8
1275/nego. Chrll375.1g28.22-' Desk $20 3762104. 8-0-3-6
For Salt: Dinette set twin bed and bed Papasans.wicker rockers,wicker bar furniture Graduation, must sell! W.t.ib.d. queen
room it (dresser ft mirror and chest of GRAD SALE: deik-$110, bed-$100. type- 2 like new twin beds with matching bedspreads baskets ft more at warehouse bed, dresser hamper, desk, microwave,
drawers) and sofa sleeper' In good condi- wrlter-$60. bike-i30. Everything Is In $150. Call 3361150. 8-9-3-6 prices. Sale Frl'-81 Sat 9-4 Interstate dining table & much more. All prices ne-
tion. Call 3754053.3-. very good condition. Call Marcus at 375- Mini-Storage 1 ml north of Archer Rd McDonalds gotlable. Call 373-2930. 8-9-4-6
3221, 8-2-2-6 WATERBED Brand Newl Queen-size on 40th Blvd. 8-9-3-6
Computer Atari 800XL w/ disc drive. seml-waveless pine bookcase waterbed Moving sale: couches $20, end tablet
printer. canttM. lover 70 games $175; Queen-size Waterbed 100.' Good condition $200. Call 336-1729 after 5 ask for GREAT PRICEI! $10, book shell $10' file cabinet $15 Din-
Kenwood 6x0 speakers, $100. 334-5477 stain finish. Call 372-4687. Leave Brenda. 8-9-3-8 Men's Fuji 10-spd. bikedecorative full Ing table $15, desk chairs $10 Call 332-
8-9-3-6 message. Price negotiable. 8-7-3-6 length mirror, 338-4917.' '6-7-2-8 4537. 873.8 '
Sofa matching chair, recliner, coffee)
*NEW king sz. wavelets water bed, 3 Nice clean modern furniture and antiquesall table & 2 end tables. Good cond., $150 Sleeper SOFA ft matching loveseat; TWIN BED > great condition) $70 or best
padded rails light pine wood. SWEET at reasonable prices. Come take a obo full bed ml headbd. $60. 335-7153 Queen WATERBED w/sheets; Dining offer. Call 3369080. Leave message
headboard sheets 'Included! Franklin- look. THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW ev... 8-9-3-6 TABLE; DESK w/bookshelf./ CALL 373- 6-7-3-6
3348210g3-' 4th Ave. 372-6577. M/C VISAAMEX.. 4688 893.6GraduatingMust
8946DP Queen-size waterbed w/headboard Excellent FOR SALE : PIONEER AMP/EQ. 50
For tale: waterbed, desks, coffee table, condition. Call Lara at 335-6597, sell: Couch-bed $150' watts $100.' ; sofa $75; Denon Amp, 35
entertainment unit pictures, and more. Gympac 3500 weight training set w/at- leave message. Asking $100' or beat' color TV $50 bookshelf $20, 3 endtablesat watts, new $300 ., must sell $175 t ; call
CHEAPI) C.1I371-1102. Kathy. 8-0-3-6 tachmenta. Like newl $350. Call Sarahat offer. 8-9-3-6 $20 each and 4 barstools at $15 each. 373-7107' Iv. msg 8-7-3-6
3753378. 8-9-4-6 Call 377-6485 for more Info. 8-9-3-6 '
Mattress and springs $75 matching white Furniture for rentfull living room ft bedroom Study desk w/chair & hutch $75 sofa-
& gold desk & dresser $75 call 371.3843 Rattan Sleeper Sofa ft Chair $150; 10 set. Price negotiable.-Ca11407.479- For sale sofa brown plaid makes Into double sleeper' $55, table/chairs $50 ft other mite: j
8-7-2-6 cubic ft. fridge $75; Call Sherre at 372- 1537 early evenings. 8-9-3-6 bed excellent $175.,332-1594. 89-3- Items all prices neg. Call 338-7350 any
5358; after 8 pm 3775841. 8-9-4-6 6 time. 8-9-4-6 .*
Twin bed with head & footboard. Great
COMPUTER SYSTEMS 8-drawer dresser ft nt. stand ft lamp wood shape,. asking $50. Call_ Debbie 372- DESPERATE-MUST SELL) dbl bed $125,5 drw ch..tl2 drw nt stand
80286-12 Mhz, 1mb RAM,43mb Ida hard w/ gold trim, $70 obo for set, call anytime 6924. 8-7-2-6 Blue sofa/sleeper/ $225 & dinette set w/ $75 excellent condo call: 335-6831. 6-2-
drive, 1.2 or 1.44mb floppy 14" monochrome 3784952. 8-9.3-8 butcher block top $100' both neg. Call 26
101 keyboard only $1185, WATERBEDsingle w// drawers, $75; 336-1862. 6-93-6
80286-20mhx-$1355, S03B65X-16mhs- HOBIE 4 SALE Couch good cond.$30. Call 373-0894 Iv.
MOVING SALE double bed $75 2 chairs
$1495. (Upgrades, student discounts, 17', wings, trailer, gear message 6-7-2-6 MUST SELL Living room and Dining room :
$20; bookshelf $15; box fan $7. Call 371-
financing available.) Call ELITE at 335- call John 378-3876 furniture, call for details. 375-3348 very 6632. 8-2-2-6
1300. 8-20-5-6 Leave message. 8-9-3-6 neg. 8-9-3-6
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0 7w WORD PERFECT 5.1 dark wood, waveless, $135.' Ask for Kent

Student and Faculty discount. Only 336-8304. 8946Classifieds.

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7 REAL ESTATEWhy SERVICES SERVICESFREE TYPING SERVICESYOU TYPING SERVICES

WRITE, WE TYPE eeeeRESUMESeeeeComplete
rent? You can own this I BR/1 BA, BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Business Legal Personal Reports writing & development ser
upstairs unit at PARKSIDE. Owner financing Pregnancy Test Term Papers Typeset Resume Eto. vices. Resume House 371.8148. 8-9-
walk to class. Available Immedi.atelyl Gainesville Women'sHEALTH G'ville Handicapped Typing 20.12
23500. JEFFREY SIEGEL 1233 NW 10th Ave. CENTER 378-7179.
Realtor 3736063. 8.20.13.7 372-1684 720 NW 377-5055 23rd Avenue 8-20-25-12 Typing/Wordprocessing. WordPerfect

MC/VISA/lnsu 5.1 1. quality work, fast results, low rates,
Priced to sell, newly remodeled, assumable Free Pregnancy Test ABORTION (To 24 Wks) Typing A reports business F129H dependable, personal service Tara 332-
9.5% lined/no qualifying 3/2 townhouse Member BIRTH CONTROL legal resumes cassettes transcribed 1469. 8-20-19-12
$55,000 ((813)) 576-9332 after 5 National Abortion Federation Gynecology Services applications letters notary *"c.
M-F ((813)535.5800) X-14 work. 8-20-7-7 8202511SEXUALLY ONE STOP DENTISTRY Available 24 hours/7/ days/372-2777. TREE CITY CONCEPTSAn

adult 8-20-25-12 Innovative alternative Word processIng -
cleaning
Accepting new pts emerge
A renovated colonial, by Immaculate TRANSMITTED
newly owner DISEASE?
laser print good rates. Custom
$30, child $20 sere
cond., fireplace, oak floors, Get conlld.ntlall..tlng and treatment at 378-0339. Full
MICRO CENTERTyping
avail. Mary 4755342. 82017.12
wisd tee $350 wlsd. tee $275
((4)) ((3))
charming country kitchen 1 mi. to UF, PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881.. 8- ft self service computing. Typing starts @
very low taxes, 3 bdr/1 ba, 613 NW 12 20-25-11 I ((2)) wlsd. tee $225. 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Self service
Nitrous oxide. Accepting MC, V, AE Typing ** Typsetting ** ResumesFrom$1.SOpg.917NW13St.
Ave., $49.500. 3757464. 8-20-7-7 resumes A $2.50/hr 15page. Laser .
Must bring coupon up to ((4)) people
** GATOR MOVING ** H.T. Gonsoulin. DDS 372-9521 8-20-6-1 typeset graphics spell check theses WCS, Inc. 373-9822
8 MOTORCYCLESOrange Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1. papers special characters employment 6-20-15-12
databases A mailmerge training.
Need MOVING?
Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long die. Help
and Blue Insurance now covert Lie/Ins. H.rryIBIII374-4701. 8.20.25.11 Fast Reliable, and Reasonable.Call WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 8-9- TLC for your papers, thesis, dlss. Mac 2,
motorcycles! Low rates low payments, Anytime 335-7617 Erick 8-9-5-11 ft Notary laser, graphics ability. Call 373-9619 8-
Word Processing. Typing Bkkplng
safe, rider discounts Fast drive-thru service SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 2-9-12
Grad school Prof quality 15yrs
exp.
377-2277. 8-20-8-8 boarding woodser facilities ALTERATIONS TAILORING AT REASONABLE Spelling ckd. NW section.Dawn .
hay rides parties sales' working PRICES CALL 376-3114 exp.332-3913. 8-20-25-12 TYPING 3 7 1-0435
\84 Honda Sabre 700 runs excellent a students accepted. 466-3224 375-8080. WordPerfect spell checked $1.50 a page
few new parts added last week $875. Call 8-20-25-11 I AFTER 1 PM.BOB'S up to $5.00 minimum. Termpapers, report.I.tter.tc. -
TYPINGNear Butler Plaza. Fast, accurate -
Dave at 334-7896 leave message. 8-2-3- 8-20-11-12,
MOVING SERVICE* service. Call 378-4854. 8202512.
Horse
Boarding Rocky Creek Farms.
85 Magna 500 orig owner. Only 7800 ml. Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or Low cost Local moving 7 days a week. $1/page, accurate, fast reliable. Graduate
Free 10 off with this ad. 373.52 Put It In Writing Fast accurate, reliable
and est. %
Mint cond. Looks runs perfectly.
Patrol 462-5127
Highway 462-4311. 8- school approved, 11' years exp. Mary
Masters in will check
service English
Cheap on gas and maintenance.. Park all 20-22-11 7 8. 8-9-4-11 372-0706. 8-7.2.12
over. Helmets & U-lock $1750 obo. Grad- spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 8-9-
8-8-3-8 HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm ft 24-12
uating. Mu.taell 336-8271. *SUNBELT MOVING* Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care & FAST. English and foreign typing. Papers -
Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies facilities. 15 min from UFI Jan 3767762. Pickup/Del./ Typing and wordproc. near spell ckd. Accurate, from 50/page..
9 AUTOSNISSAN I. ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist. 8-9-8-11 campus. Dependable, quality service. Pat. 378-3846. 8-2-3-12
Llc/lns. Priced for Students! Marty 375- Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
PULSAR RED Mops. 32,000 MOVE. 8-20-21-11 TYPING 373-4484 8202212We
ml., extended warranty, excel. cond., 13 HELP WANTEDAVON
Julie 376-4795. 8-2-6-9 LEGAL SERVICES 12 SERVICES Beat Everybody's PricelllResumesHettersAReports
AVAILABLEBrian etc.
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow D. Solomon Typing/Word Processing. Quality depend- Alachua Word Processing 375-8987
rates, low payments Fast drive-thru 377-0772 able service. Reasonable rates. Laser 3785465. Established since 1985 Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
.service, Se hable Espanol 377.2277 377- 820-7-11 I printer. 377.8175 til 00pm.: 8-20-25-12 8-20-21-12 Benefits Insurance: 82025.13
CARS. We car. 8-20-8-9

MAZDA RX 7GS '85. Perfect condition, --l--llllllll.lla-l-ois0l.aerI --tl--tltyr .
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38.000 ml, front air*scoop, am/fm cassette I
midnight blue. 332.5051. 8-2-4-9
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A/C Chevrolet PS Stereo Caprice 1977 Alligator Classifieds I I I I I 1 I II r 1w I II

$575 oboPhone 373-7153 1 I I I I 1 I II I

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5UBARU WAGON "85.; 61000 miles, 5 373FINDBUY I I i I 1 I I
speed a/c, am/fm/ new tires, excellent 1
condition, $4200- call 376-2569. 8-2-3-9 IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. I I I I 1 1I I II I

Toyota Corolla SRS, 1981, white, auto I 1 t e 1a
ice ac/ht-warranty, new shocks, struts, Alligator Classifieds allow products, services jobs, etc. to be listed In a I. I
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ties. Exc cond. $1650/obo. 377-8439. "directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form [: I I 1 1I I II 1i I

Lv mes. 8-2-2-9 explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help 1 1I I' I
you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to
1980 200sx hatchback- new paint Kenwood advise you.Alligator. I I 1 I II I
am/fm/ ca..., Clifford alarm, ps, ph
pm. $1900 obo. 375.8569 ask for Brian or i 1 I
ive message. 8-9-3-9 Classifieds may be placed In a number of ways: 1 -I 1I .


Oldsmobile Cutlass 1981 62000 mi. 1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by I. I I -[ I I I II I II I !' 311 i I
Drives great, looks great Inside and outside 1 KOFFICE ;;;
telephoning 373-FIND between 8:00: and 4:00: pm. I II T t
moving must sell $2300 375-8609. I m 2

1979 Oldsmobile Delta 88, total power, 2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check, money order I I I I I I I Ia I a ; 1

a/c. am/fm radio, $1000. 3753189. 8-7- or Mastercard/Visa information no cash, please) to: 1 I I I I I I, .

FOR SALE: 1981 silver Honda Prelude I 2
Burgundy Interior, excellent condition Alligator Classifieds I
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$2000. Call Sam at 332-3189. 8-9-3-9 PO Box 14257

For Great tale for student.cheap. 1982 Asking Ford$700.00.Mustang.Call Gainesville, FL 32604 ; I I I I I I I.I I. N f .'y; I 1

3367245. 8-0-3-9 3. You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W. .
University Ave., beween; 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays. Our. trained, friendly g. I 1 = i I
Ford F150 custom pickup 1980 cylinder staff will be glad to help you with your ad. I I I I I II .
ps, pb, pool, stereo clean, new
overdrive Leave Message .t371.1 073 4. You can place your ad In person at one of The Alligator's convenient !. I, z I

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Local Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Location I I I I I I II II.I I

Jewelry Rings ETC.373-9243.Top $ or 8-20-25-10 trade. Ozzle's. Fine Day Hours I I II a I

Main"' Bookstore Hub I I .I i I

Wanted: CarsTrucksFor Customer Service Desk ..w. ,. M Fl., 8 am 4 pm I I 1J
Salvage, running/not running, I -1 I II I-
wrecked, etc. 3711578. Medical Bookstore, ShsndsReltz M J F: 8 am 4 pm I

We Buy and Move. 8-20-16-10 Union, Cashier's,Office M ".F .. .9 am 0 pm 1 I I I I I I to.Chg.-USE ONLY I

CASH FOR YOUR BIKE We pay top dol- Sat & Sun Closed ,
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(r"4ar for cruisers and Mtn Bikei. Gator I I I _
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Cycle 3321 SW Archer Rd. 373-3962. 1 I

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CLASSIFICATIONS ;:<';' Ch+olt'- i;; 'Y;.; : .:,,.
I want to buy a used DRAFTING TABLE Please use this form to place Alligator Classifieds.'Please follow these 1 ( inirj. ) : : RA TIS : I

and/or chair. Looking for something inex Instructions exactly. Be careful to include everything you wish to say. Re- ._1. For llent: Furnished ,_ll.Sorvteos .(Circle one)
pensive. Call 376-0264 from 9.00: quest for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a J. For Rent: Unfurnished 12.W" Services I
10:00pm: or weekends. 8-7-3-10, new advertisement THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS ?"I, .. MobUo Homes For Ront/Sil/ r-_13. Help Wanted I 20..7.00 Oar_; ". .00 I
AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of' an error The Alligator Is _! Sublease Hou.e/Apt./ _1*. Business Personals 3
_5, ROOlllmll.. O.Y'I.OO40.y.11.00..
rock/progessive GUITARISTVocalist band.wanted Call for Chris student 377- >responsible ONLY 'for the FIRST Insertion. Do not use foreign language,' ,_S. For Solo __1S. Personal I
1S. Connection
double-entendres, or manner of address which Identifies the addresseeto B 0.13.00
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a third party. The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does Adiltreal I
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11 SERVICESNW not constitute a binding agreement on the part of' The Independent r.. uT,0"j;{ '" SU'each'AddItIed I

Florida Alligator to publish said copy. Independent Florida Alligator _,,,,1e. Wanted } reserves the right to act as a sole Judge of' the suitability of' any advertising I .
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave DBASTtRCARJ Q VISA EXP. DATE: II..,
submitted for publication and reserves the right to edit revise
, near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from copy I CREDIT .;...each Mne.Nell day.
*._$20.10% disc to students. 332-8917. ,8- delay, or reject any advertising copy submitted. CARDS: ..:..J..,. hass.:..- I

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FBI CIA, US Customs DEA. etc. Now
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athlete's 'loot. Call 3315379. 6-9-8-13
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house, competent In repairs. Walk to
UP. 376-6632. 8208.13

Pe PREP COOK, part time & 'lull time. Apply
s i1orb 2.4 pm Mon-Frl. SNUFFY'S 1017 W.
I Unlv Av. 8-2-4-13

Help wanted for' refrigerator' rentals, will
pay $4/hr, male' & 'female applicants, call
Eric at 371-6321, 8-9-6-13

EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI' AS-
SEMBLE PRODUCTS AT HOME CALL
FOR INFORMATION. 504-641-8003
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J Wanted Hardworking, energetic person
.:r1 Interested In learning how to assist ath
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Foxfrom the season, a blowout of Ohio Uni about 60 yards. It was great. he called his worst day of the
page 16 versity. When the Boilermakers' Fox started the last eight gamesof des.As the spring session neared its spring in Jacksonville.Meanwhile,
second-string quarterback suffered the season and finished with end,Spurrier said Fox and two-year Fox watched,powerless to capitalize
only ran about a 4.7((40-yard() dash), a broken leg, the 17-year-old 1,250 yards through the air and starter Kyle Morris had the inside ,from the sideline.A stress fracture
hurt,and then I hurt. Fox was ready.
and he got
got seven touchdowns, earning him track for the starting quarterback to his foot suffered days
But I didn't think the injury hurt "None of knew UPI Big Ten Freshman of the Year slot. The pair would be matched before the scrimmage left Fox
who
chances at college ball. The us would go
my honors. again looking in from the outside."It .
that had followed knew in after that: Fox said. "Coach against each other in Jacksonville,
colleges me
what I could do. (Fred)Akers looked at me and said And,after sitting out the mandatory site of the Orange and Blue game, was frustrating, especiallysince
'get in'. There were about eight season at UF, Fox picked up possibly settling the issue, at least I was in a position to challenge
So would the rest of the Big Ten. minutes left.The first pass I threw in spring practice where he left off until fall practice started. for the starting job," Fox
Fox's first taste of collegiate action went to the one-yard line, and the at Purdue, slipping into Spurrier's But Morris, the Gators' Offensive said. "But my ankle is 100 percentnow.
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SPORTSI




Sooiee! Razorbacks joining SECBy UF athletics



their two-year contracts in the SWC, but membership with the SWC,was one of the
GREGG DOYEL will compete as an independent in 1991. He first candidates, along with Florida State doing just
Staff Writer
Alligator said Arkansas should compete for the SEC and the University of Miami.

Add one more Top 10 team to the list of championship in 1992. The board's decision was the final obsta-
schools UF will have to wade through in The Razorbacks'jump to the SEC marks cle for the switch after the Faculty Athletic
search of its first Sugar Bowl appearance the second time a major conference has Committee and the Council of Deans approved fine thanks
since 1974. added a football\ power to its ranks. long- the move last week. ,

The University of Arkansas Board of time football independent Penn State joinedthe Ferritor gave three reasons for the move, UF fans will long remember the 1989-90
Trustees voted unanimously Wednesday to Big Ten in May. Penn State was a including greater competition, fan interest athletic season for Its embarrassing mo-
member of the Atlantic-10 Conference in and television revenues, all of which would
end the university's 76-year alliance with ments as the Gators gave FSU and Georgia
the Southwest Conference to become the other sports. increase even more if FSU and Miami join supporters plenty to poke fun at.

:llth member of the expanding Southeastern The 10-member board trustees needed the SEC in the coming months. When the smoke had cleared,the school'stwo

Conference.The Razorbacks,who won less than 90 minutes to approve the recom- UF President John Lombardi!, Athletic marquee sports football and basketball -
the last two SWC football titles,will remainin mendations of university President B. Alan Director Bill Arnsparger and football coach
\ had a combined record of 14 wins,
the SWC this season and, except for Sugg and Chancellor\ Dan Ferritor to switch Steve Spurrier were out of town and un- 26 losses and an NCAA investigation.
football\, will join the SEC in 1991-92. conferences. available for comment.

Arkansas Athletic Director Frank The SEC first mentioned expansion in United Press International contributed to --Matt Fogleson
Broyles said the Razorbacks would honor May 1989,and Arkansas,despite its charter this report.
FURTHER
REVIEWFirst


Fox jumps intoquarterback football coach Galen Hall admittedto

I violating NCAA rules and submitted his
resignation Oct. 9., Next, starting quarter-
back Kyle Morris and three other playerswere
fight booted off the team for reportedly

gambling on college games.

By GREGG DOYEL for Fox. Too late. Fox had Soon, basketball got into the act with the
Alligator Staff Writer made up his mind to test the forced resignation of Norm Sloan amid alle-
Big Ten waters at Purdue, b xL gations of NCAA violations. His three assis-
Despite attracting national where he exploded onto the tants were forced to resign days later.
attention during his senior collegiate scene as the Sporting -
But waif there's In the following
more.
year at West Orange High, News Freshman Quarter-
months three basketball players left the
Brian Fox already had decidedhe back of the Year. 4 rr. ,
team before the and the
would someday guide UF to When Spurrier left Duke two season was over
interim coach announced he wouldn't seek
the Sugar Bowl. Only one com- years later for his alma mater,
the permanent job, due in part to threats on
stood between Fox
plication UF, Fox was waiting for him.
his life from maniacal fans.
and the Gators. Confused?
Galen Hall wasn't particu- "My freshman year was just Before feigning amnesia when those darn
fans from rival schools start remind
larly interested. taunting,
incredible, and I was really
"That didn't feel too good," happy at Purdue," Fox said. them there are other sports.
Fox said. "I always wanted to "But our quarterback coach People tend to overlook the accomplishments -
play for Florida,but they didn't moved to wide-receiver coach, of teams that don't draw huge reve-
seem to feel the same way." and he was the main reason I nues or crowds.You won't see many Georgia
Stung by UF's indifference, went to Purdue. I'm more of a fans mention tennis.The UF women finished
Fox looked north to Duke, an drop-back passer, and they 1990 No. 2 in the country.
improving and passing brought in a quarterbackcoach Likewise,FSU supporters probably aren't
program, coached by Steve from South Carolina drooling at their chances of breaking the UF
Spurrier, who expressed a def- who likes to sprint out and 5 women's swim team's streak of five straight
inite interest in the 6-foot-4, throw off the run." REGGIE GRANT-ALLIGATOR SEC championships, should the Seminolesbe
210-pounder. And Fox was in- Fox didn't exactly run from Brian Fox is aiming to lead UF to the Sugar Bowl.I added to the conference.It .

terested in Spurrier's assemblyline the new challenge, however."I program to another must sit mid-season shoulder separa- also is doubtful that Georgia fans are
of pro-style quarterbacks. decided I'd give 200 per- out a year. When Spurrier re- tion and an inexperienced of- saving a bottle of champagne for the year
Another snag appeared. cent that spring, and got my placed Hall on Jan. 1, Fox was fensive line as a senior at West UPs gymnasts fail to qualify for the NCAA
Spurrier was being courted for starting job," Fox said. "But I elated. Orange. tournament for the first time In school his-
various coaching positions, figured I'd be better off in the "That worked out "Our line was made of al- tory. Also, be prepared with golf statistics.
and couldn't his at- long somewhere else.Flor- pretty Remember the Gators finished thirdin
guarantee run nice, didn't it?, Spurrier's most all sophomores, and they Lady
tendance in Durham for ida where I wantedto produced the The second.
an- was always some great quarterbacks weren't really ready, said Fox, country. men were
other four years. Fox shied go, and I knew I'd have a ," Fox said. "It's like a who threw for 1,047 yards and The women's basketball team had its best
away from the Blue Devils. good chance of playing." dream come true.: 11 touchdowns in seven season in five years, posting a 15-13 record.
Three weeks before the na- Fox transferred to UF in the games. "Our fastest receiversee Conveniently omit the part about head coach
tional prep signing day, then- fall of 1989 and was redshirted Fairy tale endings are noth- Carol Whitmire's resignation with five
UF offensive coordinator Lynn under an NCAA rule stipulatIng ing new to Fox, whose road to games remaining in the season.If .
Amadee made a feeble pitch transfers from one Division the Big Ten was paved by a Fox page 15 these defenses don't work (and they

probably won't),try. this one:talk about next

I Auburn UT breaking away from pack year.Hold, your head high and say, "Yeah, but

.. we've got Steve Spurrier now. Things are
shared the SEC championship with Alabama once does it play consecutive games on the gonna be different No more handoffs on
United Press International
third and nine. Heck could be In the
When the Southeast media is polled road. we
You don't have to wait for expansion to this week in Birmingham, its vote should Sugar Bowl
split the Southeastern Conference into divi- thicken the line between the best and the "And Lon Kruger. He's always been one
sions.You can do it right now.In fact,almost rest of the SEC. The Razorbacks, mean- While Auburn plays a heavyweight in of my heroes. I've followed him since he was
every football publication already has. while, winners of the past two Southwest Florida State, Tennessee's non-conference at Kansas State, or was that Oklahoma
In one division, you have Auburn and Conference championships, are a perennialTop schedule includes Colorado and Notre State?"
Tennessee, and, in a few years, Arkansas. 10 team. Dame tenders., a pair of national championship con- If those pesky Tigers from Auburn still

Everyone else forms the other division. But just as surely as it will bracket Auburn want to talk about how losing Emmitt Smith
The evidence is too obvious'to ignore. and Tennessee atop the SEC,the media will will affect the football program,you still have
Alabama suffered substantial losses on de- list Auburn first The schedule is a factor. Alabama'87 and '89 is not the only exam- one hope.But this last defense is only to be
fense.. UF lost too many yards when Emmitt Auburn plays seven games at Jordan-Hare ple of Tennessee's inability to win an SEC used in extremely. desperate. situations and
Smith turned pro. Stadium, including its Sept. 29 showdownwith showdown on the road. Both UF and Ten- requires tears."Remember.
,Between ,them Auburn and Tennessee the Volunteers. It has two weeks to nessee were unbeaten: when the Gators won' 1984? We Won the SEC title
return 32,of,.48 starters from teams that prepare for Tennessee and Alabama; only 17-10 in Gainesville in 1985., In football and the NCAA took it away." "

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