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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 114 THURSDAY, MARCH 1,1990



I I Statewide story about racism angers officialsBy I



RONALD DUPONT UF's Division of Information and Publica- UF, however, has only one graduation it said blacks simply choose to go to one
tions Services. "We're concerned becauseit's banquet the other, he said.
Alligator WriterA banquet for its medical 1 students, said Arline over
a misrepresentation. Dishong, director of communications for theJ. He pointed to the article's second para-
newspaper article that said UF's medi- After getting numerous phone calls from J. Hillis Miller Health Center. She added graph, which quotes medical student
cal students have two graduation ceremony journalists who read the article, both Gray that the Sun-Sentinel. reporter,Jon Marcus, Mantovani Gay as saying, 'There's a ban-
banquets one for whites, one for blacks and Interim UF President Robert Bryan probably got confused and thought the end- quet for the whole class, but most of the
-has the school reeling and administratorsangry. have decided to write letters to the Sun-Sen. of-the-year banquet held by the Black Stu- blacks don't go."
tinel about the article's content, Gray said. dent Health Professions Coalition also wasa
That also is not true,Dishong said,adding
The story is not true, administrators said. graduation banquet.It .
that that she doesn't understand the
Originally published in Sunday's Fort Lau- The front-page article appeared under the why
derdale News and Sun-Sentinel. the story headline, "Racial incidents increase tensionon is not, she said, adding that all black reporter never called any medical college
student invited to the Coalition administrator to find out if the about
are banquet, rumor
focused on UF's racial problems and was UF campus, and the first paragraph of
held annually since 1976. segregated banquets was true.
distributed to newspapers statewide Mon- the story stated, "Medical students at the
day through the Associated Press. University of Florida have already started Sun-Sentinel. Managing Editor Earl Mauc- She also said the article insinuated that
"Everybody here is absolutely furious," planning for their graduation banquets: One ker said the article never said UF officially the two banquets were part of a racial prob-
said spokeswoman Linda Gray, director of for the white students, one for the blacks." sanctions two graduation banquets. Instead, lem at the medical school.

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1 Tower loses ottice

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Editor unaware of space hearingBy
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The 13 voting members of the
LISE FISHER
Board of Managers that oversee
Alligator Writer
Reitz Union operations voted
Because of a name mix-up, students Wednesday morning to grant the
may only be able to reach yearbook staff cubicle space in-
The Tower yearbook staff by visiting stead of office space at the end of
their cubicle space on the the spring semester.
Reitz Union's third floor,if there'sa Space Committee Chairperson
yearbook to purchase at all. Veronica Smith said since Tower
The union committee that rec- representatives didn't attend the
ommends which groups get of- space recommendations hearing,
fice space on the third floor said "The committee had to go on its
no one from Tower showed up fora own feeling about attendance and
Ryy space hearing Feb. 11 to petition use of office space for that year."
for the office. Tower's Editor- The committee's report stated
in-Chief Jeff Jacobs said no one the yearbook staff hadn't main-
contacted anyone on his staff in tained regular office hours and
time to attend the hearing.As cited declining yearbook sales as
a result, the group will not reasons for not granting office
have an office or a phone at the space.
h end of this semester a condi- At the meeting, Board of Man-
tion Jacobs said could cost UF agers chairperson Glenna Thorn
students a yearbook next year ton said the board had the
"We can't put out a yearbook previous editor's name listed as
without a room where people can the group's contact person.
Work and Play call and drop off orders, and we The cubicle Tower will work
Members of De La Soul attended the Ga- can distribute books from," Jacobs from is a small area with a

tors v. LSU basketball game, above, on said.Jacobs. desktop and filing cabinet where
said he will look for the group can receive mail,Smith
Tuesday evening. The group was in con-
in Weimer Hall since thegroup's
cert last night with Doug E. Fresh, L'Trimm space adviser, journalism Pro said.Since the cubicles can't be se-

and Rob Base. At right, Tigra, a memberof fessor Ben Patterson, has his of- cured, phone lines will not be
L'Trimm, performs at the O'Connell .,-yr fice there. But Jacobs said when installed, said Myra Morgan, stu-
Wednesday evening. r.. the yearbook staff approached dent activities director. Other-
Weimer and Norman Hall, "nei- wise anyone could use the
ther one had the space or were phones, she said.
M willing to allot it." Cubicles will be placed in the
Associate Dean of the Collegeof middle of the Activities Center
Journalism and Communications where typewriters now are.
James L Terhune said it Also, despite an appeal from
was unlikely that the group could the Student Health Outreach
find room in Weimer Hall consid- Team, the Board of Masters did
ering several journalism student not grant any space to the
cl groups don't even have space. Infirmary's student complaint
Education Dean David C. service. The Space Committeesaid
Smith said room in Norman Hall the group, which is a public
was scarce also. relations arm of the Infirmary,
"We are very hard pressed for should be located there instead.
space at the moment," he said. Smith also said SHOT alreadyhad
"trrr "To the best of my knowledge, alternate office space. SHOT
there is no unassigned or unused currently shares an office in a
space. But it would be very un- temporary trailer outside the Infirmary -
I usual for us to view any student with their adviser, Mar-
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I Police suspect foul play! in man's_ stabbing85yearold I




I found by relativeBy


MIKE BRUSCELL couldn't find money in Camps''wallet

Alligator Writer ,Jempson said it might have
been empty before he died.

An 85-year-old man found dead One of Camps' six children, 56-
Wednesday afternoon inside his year-old Bishop Walter Camps of
Northeast Fourth Avenue home Holy Temple of God, 1220 NE 23rd L

may have been murdered, Gaines- Ave., said the police haven't told
ville police said. his family much about their 4d

Essie Camps, 1316 NE 4th Ave., father's death.
was found by his grandson, Ed-
ward between "All we've gotten is that he was
2:30: and 2:45: p.m.,
stabbed and his wallet the tl.c
was on
bent over the footrest of a reclining
chair in his living room, family chair,"Walter said.

members said.After Edward called Sanders said she saw Camps at

his sister, Pauline Walker, and his house at about 12:30: p.m., and

Camps!daughter,Pearlie Sanders, nothing appeared wrong.
they found blood on the chair,
About 70 people waited outsideCamps'
Walker said.
house.When the body was
Police arrived at about 3
p.m.,
carried out, a crowd member read
Chief Ron Perkins said.
Deputy the 23rd Psalm from the Bible,
Family members said Camps was traditionally used to comfort
stabbed,but police said they would mourners.
not comment on the cause of death
until a medical examiner com- Camps,an active member of Mt.

pletes his investigation."We Olive Primitive Baptist Church on
won't know anything until 510 NE 15 St. since the late 1940s, }

tomorrow, until we hear what the also owned a lawn service, Walter
said. He said he was shocked
medical examiner has to say, Detective -
Chuck Jempson said. "It rather than angered by his father's

appears to be a homicide." death.

There was no sign of forced "To me, it doesn't make sense,"
entry into the house, but Camps Walter said. "This family, we've
had a habit of not locking or clos- always helped people and fed the
SUZETTE COOK- ALLIGATOR
ing his door, Jempson said. hungry.We've always taken in peo- Gainesville police Investigators search for clues at the home of Essie Camps, who died Wednesday.Sen. .
Family members said they ple to help them."



I Wrestling mat message New independent leader I IBy


Miranda adds voice to Senate committee

takes Senate's time _ .
up ANTHONY LEDERMAN mandatory court hearing last November,
Grapski faces charges of driving under
Jill Price agreed that senators were Alligator Writer
ANTHONY LEDERMAN the influence of alcohol, resisting arrest
By Alligator Writer being egotistical and suggested that the mat As the lone minority voice on a com- and hitting a sheriffs deputy, accordingto
I company place"UF"in big letters and"fundedby mittee which appoints replacing senators police and court documents.It .
After spending almost no time debating Student Government"in small print on the
and fills committee seats, new indepen- was time for a new independent
$30,000 worth of bills) the Student Senate mat. dent leader Nelson Miranda sees himselfas leader to be elected anyway according to
spent half an hour debatingwhat Senators agreed with the balancing factor. Senate rules, Miranda said. Grapski
letters should be The Price and passed the bill. could have applied again for the position."I .
Miranda became the leader of
new
Senators also approved a
wrestling mat.
painted on a Sports Club
independent student senators Tuesday assure you if (Grapski) were here
Sen.Glen Chancy was visibly bill on second reading which
accumulated of independent he would have given me his support,"said
upset as the Senate Council asked for states that all SG-funded organizations when he a majority
signatures. He said he will rep- Miranda, who is a friend of Grapski's."We .
will have to
use
went into a half-
meeting $6,650 to buy a resent the independent and minority talked before he left."
hour tailspin over what four recycled paper starting July
letters should be painted on wrestling mat and 1. interest on the Replacement and Agenda As the new independent leader, Mi-
a wrestling mat, which the Another bill on second Committee. As the group leader of the 15 randa said his main goal is to get minority
Senate agreed to fund. said they did not' reading gave the UF Rowing independent senators, Miranda is entitled representation in the Senate."If .

The Sports Club Council care what letters Club $13,850 for new boats. to a seat on the R&A committee. I see a minority student and a white

asked for$6,650 for the mat UF will get eight to 10 yearsof Miranda replaces Sen. Charlie male apply and they are equally qualified,
and said it did not care what were printed on it use out of the boats, as Grapskl, who was last semester's inde- then I will pick the minority instead of

the mat -said as- loner as- they compared" to Harvard which pendent leader. Grapski was in a Broward the white male Greek just to balance out
received i the money to buy it. The wrestling uses a new boat for every race Sen. Laura County jail Tuesday night for missing a the Senate," Miranda said.
manufacturer agreed to paint four letters on Taylor said. The club cannot be competitivewith

the mat at no additional cost, the council said. the boats they have now,which were builtin Dean calls for
"We spend a half-hour debating somethingthat the 1950s and '60s, said John Walker, the meeting
doesn't cost anything and no time debat' club's vice president. 'I

ing a money bill," Chancy said. This is the Sen. Frank Taylor said he thinks the clubis Architecture faculty don't know motivein
most trivial thing I've ever seen the Senatedo. receiving too much money considering the

." number of students involved in it. Acting Architecture College Dean administrative decisions. They sought

Sen. Chris Tompkins suggested putting "It's not that I don't want to see them get Richard Schneider called an emergency support from other students through a
"UF SG" in large letters on the mat. Other the money,"Taylor said. "But that's if we had architecture faculty meeting for 11 a.m. survey proposing student representationat
senators said they thought that was arrogant.Yet all the money in the world." today, according to signs posted in the faculty meetings and open forums with
others supported Tompkins' suggestion, architecture department office. required faculty and administrator partic
saying students only know the bad things Bills passed on first readings included a ipation. The students will meet with
senators do and never the constructive things. special request for$4,798 from Accent for A. Schneider could not be reached for Schneider Wednesday.
Whitney Brown of "Saturday Night Live" comment about the meeting. Architecture -
Sen. Bret Berlin then pointed out' the mat CHRISTY HARRIS ,
newsletter for the Graduate Chairman Robert Segr-
fame;$1,048 for a Department
wouldn't by
and be seen
was for practice"It's use mat in alroom; big Student Council; $1,531 for the Student Agricultural est, who was under evaluation last week,
just a
most students. "he said. Council to travel to St. Louis; and said he didn't know the purpose of the correctionThe
for the mat,
enough only believe the stit( this was $6,697 for equipment for the Sailing team. meeting,either.Four architecture faculty
Chancy could not said weren't told what the
Berlin members they Replacement and Agenda Committee
Also at the meeting, Sen. Bret was
causing. .
and Service Fee meeting would be about. was responsible for postponing the
Christ, we're arguing over this? appointed as the new Activity
"Jesus
said."Let's put UF on the mat because Advisory Committee Chairman. And Sens. Segrest's unscheduled evaluation decision about the open Student Senate
we're Chancy patriotic Gators it's 10:35: land' I'm Adam Tanenbaum and Leann Scarboroughwere prompted concerned architecture students seat. The' Alligator reported otherwise on
voted to the ASFAC committee. to meet and discuss getting a voice this page Tuesday. J
missing my soaps. ,11 I
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Josef Stalin's brutal collectivization of agriculture 60 the official Tass news agency said. Marc Downs
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collective and state farms, but allows peasants to set army troops slaughtered thousands. Other resisters
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gave Mikhail Gorbachev broad new executive powersto Revolution, the Soviet Union now must import about
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Gorbachev who in southern Russian used cattle feed.
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I Panelist outlines aggressive behaviorBy Organizers



CHRISTY HARRIS cares and also will take a few even more prone to stress and there used to be."

Alligator Writer minutes to listen, it will help," less likely to seek help because Graduate students may start postpone
Funderburk said. they think they're supposed to be off with an adviser but could be
UF faculty members should Other signs professors should immune. Lockhart said her students dropped, Lockhart said. It is then
recognize and deal with students' look for are anxiety about grades often confide in her. the student's responsibility to

I aggressive behavior, a panelist at despite satisfactory performance, "Graduate students tell me find another adviser. This situation concertBy
an Association of Women's Faculty weight loss,a preoccupation with more of their problems than I can be stressful and could
( meeting advised Tuesday. death and a tendency to argue. expected,"Lockhart said."I don't lead to aggressive behavior,

Jamie Funderburk, a UF Counseling Funderburk told faculty memo mind spending time listening." Lockhart said.Marilyn NICOLE Writer SNEED

Center psychologist, said bers who notice such emotional Lockhart said part of the rea- Maple, Women's Faculty Alligator
aggression is one distress signal problems or unhealthy changesto son graduate students feel Iso- Association President, said The concert ending recycling week
students may show because of encourage students to get pro- lated is that they don't have the group chose aggressive be- will be a week later than expected

school or family pressures."I fessional help at the Counseling committed faculty advisers. She havior as a topic for this month's because of miscommunication be-
see aggressive behavior on Center, Student Services or the said many students can't alwayssee meeting because of campus tween Student Government Produc-
a continuum with other Ineffective Alachua County Crisis Center. their advisers regularly."I events in the past year, includingthe tions, UF police and bad weather.

ways of coping, like drug and Students themselves also may re- think our faculty have promoted Sept; 1 shooting of a UF med SGP and the Environmental Action
alcohol abuse,"she said. "Facultycan veal their troubles to teachers. this," Lockhart said.'hey're ical professor. A UF graduate stu- Group had scheduled three bands to

really help by just being ableto Another panelist, Graduate so busy getting grants dent who was denied his play at Graham Pond Feb. 23. But

identify the problems."If School Dean Madelyn Lockhart, and doing research. There isn't doctorate was charged with the Recycling coordinator Tag Delegalsaid
a student feels like someone said graduate students may be the mentoring relationship that murder. he discovered Wednesday that
UF police would not allow them to
hold the concert at Graham Pond."I .
I Upward Bound regains federal fundsBy can see that they might be worried

about traffic and other things, but
SUSAN SPENCER the students,the teachers, the parents-has graduating seniors went on to college. Mingo I think they went about it really poorly
Writer volunteered their time to continue the program estimates that less than half of the participants because they didn't bother to let any-
Alligator
," Mingo said. "We were down and out would have done so if they had not been one else in on their decision," Delegalsaid.

Federal funding released today will be a for a while there, but we knew we weren't involved in the program. "By Wednesday, we learned that
windfall for a UF program that prepares dis- finished." Without the grant t,the program would have the weather report was going to be
advantaged high-school students for college. Mingo said the first thing he'll do is put continued, but it would have been harder to bad so we didn't fight it."

After operating without funding for nine program instructors, who have been volun- serve students. Successful program partici- UF police Chief Everett Stevens
months, UPs Upward Bound program will teering their time, back on the payroll. pants, like Audria Gilchrist, might have been said SGP and EAG didn't notify them
receive a$204,794 grant from the Departmentof The instructors tutor 80 Alachua County affected. about the concert and that police

Education.The disadvantaged high-school students every Gilchrist, a 17-year-old senior at Eastside needed time to find out about the
program was denied funding last May Saturday in college preparatory subjects and High School, has been in Upward Bound fora bands so they could anticipate the size
for the first time in its 19-year history, but offer them advice on applying to colleges.The year and a half and has strengthened her of the crowd. Bands anticipated to
regained federal support after "intense effort goal of the program is to motivate and college application. She said Upward Bound draw large crowds are supposed to
and lots of hope," said Gwenuel W. Mingo, teach students from poor educational back- motivated her and provided opportunities she play at the bandshell, he said.
director of Upward Bound. grounds who otherwise might not attend col- might not have had. Tone Unknown and Subject will be

The DOE previously denied the money, lege, Mingo said. The grant also will be used Mingo arranged for Gilchrist, a prospective performing on the South Terrace of
saying the program was not as competitive as for application fees,visits to college campusesand biology major, to work in the UF biology the Reitz Union in front of the duck
others that applied for funding. a six-week summer program at UF that laboratories with fruit-fly expert Pauline law- pond Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m.
Mingo enlisted the support of community simulates the college experience. rence. Now Gilchrist spends her afternoons Charming Bastards will not be there.
leaders, including U.S. Representative Cliff "Many of the students that participate in researching and her evenings working at a Admission is free but EAG programs
Stearns, R-Fla., and met with DOE officials the program are from low-income families and fast-food restaurant to earn money for college. director Betsy Nicholas said she encourages
last June. The funding was reinstated last will be the first in their family to attend Gilchrist would be the first in her family to everyone to bring an aluminum
month. college Mingo said. go to college. She hopes to attend Cornell can which will be given to UF's '

"Somehow we have made it. Everyone Last year, 87 percent of the program'sCENTER University this fall. recycling program.


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Lombardi officially takes over Monday, although he's in

town today moving his stuff into the mansion. We hope

he's had time to consider the issues confronting studentsand

faculty by now and is ready to get started, but just in

case he isn't, we want to let him know how you feel. l n hr36

We'll be publishing stories next week on the big issues

and players involved in his job, but we don't want to hog

all the ink. Next week, some of this space will be for your
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comments.

Think of it as your chance to get to Lombardi. Another

chance is Tuesday at 12:30: when he'll be the guest of

honor on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Lombardi will

meet and talk to whoever will listen.

If your life at UF is perfect, you can stay home. {t



LETTERS.70 THE EDITOR

The is lived up to your name The Independent Oriental thing and it's about time
Alligator Florida Alligator. As an independent we all start working together instead
you have failed to of against each other.
sexist
against men present and represent an incrediblyhard With all respect to FRESH, I

Editor: A person who dis- working and recognition have decided to remain a studentof
criminates against women is sexist. deserving portion of the population this university.We need to focusa
What is a publication that dis- which you serve.I lot of attention to the success of
criminates against men? I am in no way advocating the this group because it does not pay
The Alligator regularly runs articles idea that the front page be a sports special attention to just one par-
bemoaning the fate of the page. However, give credit where ticular ethnic group.I .
American woman and her shoddy credit is due. Front page recognition can not speak for anyone else,
treatment at the hands of the at home for these individualswho but being a part of this group is
American male, but I have yet to represent us so well has the finally starting to make me feel thatI
read an article depicting the op- ability to lift their spirits, not to am a part of UF.
posite scenario women dis- mention mine. Thank you FRESH!
Sean O'Neill Karen Gordon
criminating against men.
Is this because there are no such 4LS 1UF

stories or is it because Alligator FRESH is trulya Gator' victory is
I editor, managing editor, news

editor, features editor, photography group for all more than a game
editor and opinions editor
are named Lucy, Mary, Ana, Editor: This is my second Editor: There's a lot to be said
Daniela, Michelle, Suzette and semester at UF and this is the bestI about the recent UF men's basket
Tonya? I have ever felt since entering ball win over LSU. But none of it
H.K. Ametbury Gainesville. would be about winning.
Gainesville Why?A new social group called This victory is about staying in
Friends through Racial Experiences the game, running the race and
SEC champs need Sharing in Humanity met Mon- finishing the contest If s'about all
day night for the first time in the the athletes who never give up. It's
better coverageEditor Reitz Union. about all the fans who keep.cheer

: I am consistently con I was attending the weekly Association ing for the team and the coach. It's
founded by your paper. Your Mon of Black Communicators' about all the students who keep
day, Feb. 26 edition is a good meeting when I heard about trying to pass their tests,write their
example. FRESH. I felt something move papers and graduate.It's .
within me when it was said that this about all the graduates who
On 15,1 informed that
am
page group would deal with all ethnic struggleto
the Lady Gators have won the go to work everyday and
groups regarding the racial raise their
Southeastern Conference indoor ten earn an income to
sions on campus. "Finally," I families. It's about American
for
championship the first time, an
incredible feat for which thought, "a group for everyone." citizens who toil to make life better
they
Sitting at the meeting and look-
for all
should be commended In addition,
there is an article adjacent to this Ing around the room was like a. If s about Teddy Roosevelt who
which informs me that our men and dream come true.There we were, said, The credit belongs to the
.women swim teams have won their from all sorts of backgrounds, in man..who, at the worst, if he fails,
alligator Editor SEC championships.To the same room,trying to overcome at least he fails while daring greatlyso
Lucy Chabot the surrounding tensions. that his place shall never be with
disbelief,there is
my no
men I was overwhelmed to know that those timid souls who know neither
Managing Editor Opinions Editor tion of these
great accomplishments I
was not the only one sick and defeat.
victory
MaoShedden Tonya Sutton on the front page.What does tired of nor
the "lack of awareness" A lot can be said about the
confront
my senses on the front
about each
other's cultures. shouldbe
Letter Policy page, picture included, pales in Gators winning but more
Letters to the editor should not meted 200 word(abort one 8-by-lO page). They should be comparison to what 1 l1ind buriedin This group has realized that said about their hoping, believIng
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include e typed name address and telephone what the students on campus are and enduring.
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows just CIU... If you have any questions call the back. facing 1 ia
not a black or white thing. Bin SanchezPh.
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' Hippodrome celebrity in town. It was at this grace. It would have been easy to
Watching the Florida Players' peak in her life that she claims to overdo this part with excessive
production of Come Back to the 5 & have with
gotten pregnant Jimmy, flamboyancy, but she gives it just
Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean In the child of the "Savior." Advertisements the right amount of "butch"
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podrome, you feel like you're highway to come see this Son of authentic 5 &: Dime set and
peeking through your neighbors' Dean. the disco lights that signify the
windows, finding out secrets you The severely weird Mona held trip between past and present are
can't wait to tell to the gals downat onto her fantasy, estranging her nice garnish on a well-crafted
the beauty parlor. The cast's from Joe, the only boy who ever production. Under the directionof
convincing performance draws loved her and the selfproclaimed"town Dr. Judith Williams, Come Backto
you into its small-town, soap pansy." Twenty years later, the 5 &Dime,Jimmy Dean,Jimmy
opera world, melting you down to Joe Is back, only now he's Joanne, Dean is set up before you like
a gossipy old woman. and he's a woman. At the reunion, dominoes, knocked down, set up
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where the only thing they hate the fluff surrounding it.Hls com Jimmy Dean. audience to enjoy the playat
more than a scandal is a com- mentary on movie star idolization Dean when the young Mona (Witt) easy-going, whoop-it-up Texan a personal, eavesdroppinglevel
munist, and the only thing they wouldn't hold much weight, how breaks in mid-sentence to finish gal with all the color you'd expect which is so essential to its
love more than Cod is a quick swigof ever, without strong performances. the legendary tale. Perfect casting from a local sassy. Sissy Is success.
bourbon when nobody's look- It's easy to forget just how enables the characters to provide Caldwell's thesis role in partial The Florida Players' first trip to
ing.The story hops back and forth farcical this play is. complementary performances that fulfillment of her Master of Fine the Hippodrome Is a riveting one.
between 1955 and 1975, setting up Many times during the performance show the passage of time. Arts degree. They ought to get out more often.
the bizarre relationship between the characters' mature and As the mature Sissy, Caldwell Both Witt (young Mona) and BY STEVE CILLILAND
"Disciples" founder Mona (Leslie young selves are on stage simultaneously adds a dose of levity to this Patterson(mature Mona)give con- Come Back to the 5 &: Dime,
Witt and Cornelia Patterson), feeding the audience melodrama. Her performance as vincing portrayals of the timid, Jimmy Dean,Jimmy Dean plays at
Sissy (Shannon Parnell and bits of past and present in well- the brazen, tough-talking, truck- confused and whacked-out Mona. the Hippodrome State Theater,25 SE
Lauren Caldwell) and JoeJoanneBret choreographed, mirror-image per stop waitress gives the play It's Patterson, though, who suc- Second Place,at 8:15: tonight,Friday
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You're' in the final round of the Jeopardy Col-- about reggae.
S.yyy. Gc O (F lege Tournament. The category Is music. Their history spans three different record
"e You've' bet all your money. The Lord's' Prayer labels, and along the way they've chalked up
comes to mind, but you can't' remember it, so some pretty impressive accomplishments.
you start saying Hail Marys. If you get the They've reached the top 10 in the United
: : question right, you'll' win the grand prize -a States, Britain, Africa, the Caribbean and even
I Do not panic. Please remain calm. These are not severed heads without bodies, just the Grassroots Promotions gang. Do not try this at home these men are professionals. zillion dollars and a new Nissan 300Z. Japan, where they released one of the first reggae -

"Our final answer is:" Alex says with a albums ever to go platinum in that
gleam in his eye. '"This band was recently country. And yes, they really were decoratedby
decorated by the United Nations for its workon the United Nations.
upon a time, around last November, Grassroots have to pay for the band, but also the cause that was our main gimmick really just to broke even," Sokol said. the center stage because it changes the whole African famine relief." "We received our medals for our work in
friends went to see Eek-A-Mouse at sound bill, the band's' hotel accommodations, the get out and meet with people," Sokol said. "Rather Cinque ended up buying Sokol a case, because atmosphere," Sokol said. "It puts the band out In Your mind races.You just don't' know. Wait helping with the African crisis. We are very
Once City. These guys were "real big band's' food, etc. Were Sokol and his buddies incredibly than just putting ads in the paper we just went that Tuesday night, 1,000, people came to jam at the middle with everyone around them,and insteadof who was that band with Stevie Wonder dedicated to the cause," Stewart said in a afor ant
fans" and they were ready to jam.MWMWhen crazy? No, just confident. They knew that out there. We set out on campus with tables and Central City. Just for the record, the Killer Bees just standing there like a concert, there's' a dance an....d.. M'" ';,.c h..ae. 'I l. Jac. k._- .rece' '.... o t,a.l I..ep. ho ne,,. i"Ift,_-
they got there, Eek and the gang reggae was alive and well in Hogtown, and they music, and we were dancing and handing out usually average about 200 people a show.Somehow, floor and areas all around, more like a party. son? USA for terview. By the
were packing up to go home. The four guys, better wanted to prove it. fliers." the Grassroots gang quintupled that, and they didit Everyone dances around and has fun." Africa! That's' it itl! way, this all happened
known as Jerry Sokol, Steven Robertson, Brian Now Grassroots wasn't' just a flight of fancy into In other words, they used word-of-mouth. Ac- with a band that, quite frankly, had seen better "It's' more personal," Bloodgood added.. "By You quickly scribble 1 long before
Bloodgood and Greg Carson, weren't' happy. bankruptcy. Some actual thought and planningwent cording to Sokol, they also went to dance clubs, days. making it a party we not only attract hard-core down your answer, j USA for Africa
"Naturally we were disappointed," Bloodgood into the concept. As mentioned before, Sokol fraternities and sororities, handing out their 12,000, Bogart said it: This is the stuff dreams are madeof. reggae fans, but also regular people. It gets aroundto Alex asks the person r j recorded "We Are
said, "We went out there, and there wasn't' even and his buddies thought the problem was promotion fliers.The object was to bring in a good reggae band Many people only dream of being big-time others." to the right of : ,1 the World."
going to be a show." These guys didn't' exactly have the megabucksfor and to break even. promoters, but Sokol and his band of merry men The huge success of the Killer Bees show got you, a fat girl from They also have
Why? Well, it seemed that only fifteen other an all-out media blitz, but that hardly mattered. It was quite a gamble. Cinque didn't' think they did it for themselves.OK, so they aren't' exactly "big around to other bands.They had planned to put on Topeka, for her c ____ won various music
people showed up, and Eek-A-Mouse didn't' thinkit They had a plan. had a chance. time" they didn't' bring Petty to town. But 1,000, another small gig, but then opportunity came a- answer. She doesn't' ( awards and were
was worth their while to have a sound check. "We named ourselves Grassroots..Promotions be- "He kept telling me that he'd' buy me a beer if we people at five clams a head ain't' too shabby, espe- knockin''. Reggae veterans Third World were look- know. He moves on nominated for
Where was everyone? Surely there were more than --d' 1 a" j jt cially for their first shot at promotion. ing to play at Central City, and Cinque naturally to you. r 't severalGrammys.
20 reggae fans in Gainesville. Or were there? They have no delusions of grandeur. Sokol isn't' asked Grassroots to promote it for him. "What is USA for > They even wrote
Craig Cinque, the owner and manager of Central planning to drop out of law school to make his name "He thought we could get many more people than Africa?" says the and acted in a play
City,decided there weren't.' Then again,he had just in the Promotion Big Leagues. In fact, these guys he could, and it would turn out good for both of scrawl across your called "Explaneta-
lost a bundle on the show. Our four heroes knewhe aren't' even in it to make money, Grassroots us," Sokol said. screen. You smile tions" that ran for
was wrong, but they were still out of a reggae Promotions'' main objective isn't to turn a profit,but They'll' have to get more people, because Third confidently. 60 performances In
show.. t 1 6 e.N a A A simply, in Sokol's' words, "to get quality reggae to World are reggae giants. They're' even Grammy "I'm' sorry," Alex Jamaica.
As it occasionally will in healthy young minds, Gainesville. nominees. Quality reggae like this comes at a high says, a stupid, a They sound like
anger turned to innovation. What's the big deal with reggae anyway? Thereare price.. Sokol says it's about six times as expensive.In patronizing grin on M3' the Beatles of reg--
"Cinque told us that there was no reggae plenty of other types of music that need good light of this, admission to Tuesday's show will his well-groomed POLYGRAM gae. But what's' the
market," Bloodgood said, "but we begged to dif promotion..The guys at Grassroots aren't' looking to be $$10, which is still less than usual. To help ease face, "but. that's Stephen "Cat" Coore, William "Bunny Rugs' Clarke, point? According
fer." Sokol put it this way: "Cinque told us that he broaden their horizons right now. the price increase, there will be an opening band, wrong." Michael "Ibo" Cooper, Richard "Richie" Daley and Willie to Stewart, the
hadn't' been having success with reggae music,but "We're' going to stick with reggae right now," Copacetic, which Sokol describes as "a rootsy reggae The geek on your "Root" Stewart are Third World and will play at Central band has always
we were convinced that it wasn't' because there Sokol said. "That's' our favorite type of music. It's' band from Miami." left with the hornCity Tuesday night.. been trying to
wasn't' a demand for reggae. It was because the great music .and when people listen to it, it puts It's another gamble for the Grassroots boys, and rimmed glasses gets "help create world
shows weren't' being promoted properly" them in a great party mood.. Plus, because of the although the stakes are higher, the dice are fixed in ready to answer. He unity and a respect
The four decided to take matters into their own way we got started, the agents we've' been dealing their favor.The five of them(Sokol's roommate,Rob can't' know music.The only questions he each other." That's' why they not only concern -
hands. Never again would a reggae show be can- with promote primarily reggae bands, so that's' all Chaiken, is now in on the deal) are putting their all answered right were about Chinese horticul-- themselves with African problems, but
celed because of a low turnout. Never again would y we've' been presented with." into it."It's it. ture and ornithology."What they also try to help with things like the San
helpless students watch as a band they came to see 4 Another Grassroots objective is to make the shows a group effort," Carson said. Once again, is Third World?" it says. He's' right1!?! Francisco earthquake of last year.
packed up Its equipment and hit the road. cheaper for students..For example,the average price they're' using word-of-mouth to get a big turnout. The car and the money are his. He'll have a "We try to write about everything, so we can '
"We made a deal with Craig Cinque that we for admission to a Killer Bees show is around seven Central City is helping them out by building a large date every night for the rest of his life. You give everyone our message," Stewart said.
would get him a reggae band," Sokol said. At that ; bucks, according to Sokol, but at Central City, you addition onto the center stage, and by moving the couldn't get a girl now with a winning lottery They are managing to attract a bigger follow-
moment, Grassroots Promotions was born.A needed only five. lights. ticket. Your life is over. ing as of late, as is all reggae. Stewart doesn'tsee '
few months later, Sokol was ready to book the They don't' even call the shows "concerts." To The preceding story is just a fictional account this as a trend, however.
Killer Bees at Central City, but Cinque was still I x Grassroots, it's' just a party a central idea in the The guys now know what they're doing, which is of what can happen if you don't know "I 1 think people just want to hear the truth.
wary over the Eek-A-Mouse disaster. shows. Obviously, they wanted always a big plus, and they hope to squeeze similar your reggae bands. It It's s hard not to know about The more message, the more hope.. The more
promote '
they
way of this show. If it doesn't the
"I 1 arranged with him that he would let us use people to have fun so they would come back in the success out go over, Third World.Then again, you may not. But hope, the more unity."
stand lose thousands of dollars. That's'
five
the club (Central City) for free, and we would ay future. Sokol and the others built an addition to to quitean they are one of the oldest reggae bands in his-
promote the band, pay the band, and everythingelse Central City's' main stage so the band could play incentive to go bust your hump. Sokol, however, tory. Stephen "Cat" Coore, Michael "Ibo" The point of all this is that these world-
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," Sokol said. "We would take the door and he has no worries. Cooper and Willie "Root" Stewart, who knew renowned reggae gurus are coming to play 0#
PHOTOS BY KEVIN WISNIEWSKI there..
would take the bar." Rob Chaiken, ,, Greg Carson, Stephen. Robertson. Jerry! Sokol and Brian Bloodgood wheel and deal In a seedy office "All Central City shows used to be on the side '"This next party is going to be so much better," each other in grade school, formed the band in here in Gainesville. They'll'll be at Central City
This may sound like a bad deal. Not only did dreaming of the day when they can shed their Don King wigs. r stage. Well, we went out and built an addition on he said. "This is as good as it gets." 1973. Tuesday with another reggae band,Copacetic.
Just two years later, they were opening for Tickets are$$10 and are available at Hyde and
bands like The Jacksons, Stevie Wonder and, of Zeke Records, Central City, and the
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1976, they signed with Island Records, where they have to say, and maybe have a great timeas
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i UF Disability Awareness Week THIS/NEXT WEEK/ I



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Disability Awareness Week '90 begins Monday on the UF campus and continues

3 through March 15, with a full slate of activities sponsored by the Office for Student TODAY
Services and Physically Limited University Students (PLUS) to teach students how to
better deal with disabled people and to spotlight resources available to them. LIVING WELL SEMINAR, "Achieving
by UF Information and Publications Services. 355 Monday's events include the 12th Annual G. Paul Moore Communication Symposium, Your Wellness Goals," by UF College of ,
Tigert Hall and paid for at usual advertising rates to com sponsored by the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, from 8:30: Health and Human Performance assistant '
municate official notices and Information to
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students,'faculty and statt. Call 392 0188 for Information. a.m. to 4:30: p.m. in the Reitz Union Auditorium. dean Jill Varnes, noon, 224 Florida Gym.
Tuesday's events include a a physical disabilities simulation by education professor BAND CONCERT by UF Concert Band,
Stuart Schwartz's Exceptional People class, will be Tuesday from 8:30: to 10:25: a.m. in under the direction of Gary Langford, 8:15:
the Reitz Union and Disability Awareness Week EXPO '90 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at p.m., University Auditorium.
the Reitz Union Colonnade.On ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Hybrid Zones

Collegiate Drug Thursday, "Vocal Eyes," UF's taped textbook recording project, will have an open and Evolution in Heliconius Butterflies," by
house at the Lutheran Student Center, 1826 W. University Ave., from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mississippi State University assistant professor
Also onThursday, the Renegades, Florida's wheelchair basketball team, will play the of entomology James Mallet,
Awareness WeekAt Gator All-Stars at 7:30: p.m. in the O'Connell Center. Admission to the game is free. p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.

The Visual Aids Reading Room, UPs computer access project, will have an open house AFRICAN MUSIC LECTURE, "The
Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Library West, room 418. On Sunday March 11, the Cultural Contributions of the African
UF March 59A Reitz Union Program Council will present the film "Beauty and the Beast" at 7 and Diaspora to the Musics of the Americas,"

by UF Head Football 9:30: p.m. in the second floor auditorium.On by University of Pittsburgh ethnomusicologist -

Coach presentation Steve Spurrier and John Reaves, Monday, March 12, internationally known marine biologist and underwater ex- J.H. Nketia, 4:30: p.m., 427 Grinter
a former Gator and National Football plorer Richard Radtke will speak at 7:30: p.m. in Carleton Auditorium. Radtke will talk Hal

League player, will highlight UF's about how his career has not been deterred by his having multiple sclerosis.An FRIDAY

celebration of the fourth annual National Adaptive Equipment Exhibit will be presented Tuesday, March 13, in the Women's LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLOQUIUM
Collegiate Drug Awareness Week, March Gym Parking Lot (in the Florida Gym if raining) from noon to 3 p.m. Alpha Kappa "Bienvenidos mi tierra de

5 through 9. The week, with the theme Psi's guest Janet Christie, director of Upreach PaviUion, will speak at 7 p.m. that night soledad-Resistance, to Growth a Hormonein

"Get High On Life," is designed to in 215 Little HaU. Isolate of
educate the about the RUPC will present the movie "Children of A Lesser God" Wednesday, March 14, at a Population Southern
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Several activities are planned for the Changes Include Parking Fees SmokingOne other animals that crawl,hop, slither and

week-long observance, including the fly, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

following: new rule and several amendmentshave versity building, except for those restrictedfor 'UF PRESIDENT'S VISITING ARTIST
On UF and Shands
Monday professors
officials will debate the of been proposed for the University University food contractor's use. SERIES, performance of Mahler's Sym-
legalization rules, in compliance with the Ad- phony No. 2("Resurrection") by University -
and other in GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE Students
marijuana drugs McCarty :
ministrative Procedures Act. Choir Gainesville Civic Chorus and
Auditorium from 8 to 10 p.m.Tuesday's will not be required to meet with the ;
person
Notice of the proposed changes were Jacksonville Orchestra and Chorus, 8:15:
activities include a concert by in the Feb. 15 edition of against whom he or she is grieving.
published ,the p.m., University Auditorium. Tickets,
Bo Diddley, a strong supporter of the The change will also include identifying
Gainesville Sun and
were sent to deans, $11.50 for students and senior citizens and
"Just No" anti-drugcampaign, at the the vice presidents with whom the different
Say
chairmen, directors, student governmentand $13.50 for general public, available at
UF Bandshell at 4 The concert is grievances are filed.
cosponsored
p.m.
certain employee organizations and University Box Office in Reitz Union, 10:30:
by Celebration" 1990. The film University Senate Committees. LAB FEES: A new rule will require the a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays.
Less Than Zero, depicting the conse Copies of the proposed rule and following lab fees: biology and chemistry,

American of substance abuse among amendments may be obtained from Mary $3.75; food science and human nutrition, SUNDAY

youth, will be shown at 8 p.m.in Wagner;clerk of the University, in the UF s $8.25 (effective Fall 1990)); microbiology, AFRICAN MUSIC CONCERT by

the Orange and Brew. attorney's office in 207 Tigert Hall, $15; physics, $10.ADMINISTRATION. Samite of Uganda, featuring African and
Also during the week, information ,
392-1358. The deadline to a hear-
request AND STAFF: Ad- Western jazz styles with traditional
tables will be set up at the Reitz Union ing on these rules is March 8.If ,
requested ministrative and professional employee African instruments, 7 p.m., Thomas
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Greeks Ad- the hearing will be March 9 at 11 a.m. in evaluations will be changed from a Center, 302 N.E. 6th Ave.
vocating the Mature Management of rooms 346-347 of the Reitz Union. calendar-year basis to a fiscal-year basis.
Alcohol will air public service an- Summaries of the proposed new rule The title of Division of Personnel will be MONDAYGERIATRICS
nouncements on housing channel 8. and amendments are as follows:
changed to Division of Human Resources.: LECTURE SERIES, "Exer-
.. All events are free and open to the TRAFFIC AND PARKING: A yearly All accrued compensatory leave must be cise and Aging,"by VA Geriatric Research,
public. For more information concerningany price increase is recommended for all used prior to a leave of absence without Education and Clinical Center director Dr.
of these events, contact Stephanie (decals as follows: Official business, $116to
pay for 15 or fewer consecutive workdays. David Lowenthal, 11 a.m., NHCU Con-
Oelstrom 3921261.Students .
at
$133; Restricted, $92 to $106; Com- Employees of less than six months are ference Room, VA Medical Center.
muter/park/ and ride(student decals), $48 eligible for up to 15 consecutive dates of WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES

to $51; Motorcycles, $12 to $14. Students 'leave without pay.UNIVERSITY LECTURE, "Biological Responses of an
Invited To who work on campus are not eligible for Alaskan
RECORD: This rule will Tundra River to Phosphorus Fertilization
regular employee parking privileges. The incorporate UF catalogs, bulletins and by Bruce Peterson, senior scientist -
$15 fine for
decal
altering
Pres. Lombardi'sWelcome defacing or a or
Marine in
at
brochures for the 1989-1990 academic year Biological Laboratory
is to be deleted. The offense will
permit Instead into University Record. Woods Hole, Mass., 3:45: p.m., 112
be considered false
Party registration, Newins-Ziegler Hall.NUTRITIONAL .
and the penalty will be a $100 fine. The

UF students are invited to the official penalty for defacing or altering a decal is SCIENCE SEMINAR,
student welcome party for UF's ninth to increase from 2 to 3 penalty points if Minority Women's Issues "Regulation of Single Carbon Metabolismby

president, John V: Lombardi, at 12:30: the offense constitutes false registration. Teleconference Airs l late," by Conrad Wagner; Vanderbilt
p.m. on Tuesday at the Reitz Union SMOKING:This rule has been amended TodayA University biochemistry professor 4 p.m.,

North Lawn.Lombardi to prohibit smoking in general eating live interactive teleconference, Cl-9 J. 1 Hillis Miller Health Center..
will speak at 1:15: p.m. and areas, restrooms, comdors and lobbies, "Choices..Minority Women's Perspectiveon BIOTECHNOLOGY LECTURE, "Bio-
then meet informally with students except that in the latter two areas where Equity Issues," will be presented today physical Studies of Biomembranes," by
from 1:30: to 4 p.m. UF cheerleaders, permission to smoke is designated. This from noon until 4 p.m. in C-200 Weimer London's Royal Free Hospital School of
WRUF-FM Radio, Albert and Alberta amendment allows area administrators to Hall. The teleconference, sponsored by Medicine professor Dennis Chapman 4
and the UF Marching Band will par more easily designate smoking or non- UPs Affirmative Action Office and broad- p.m., CIJ.J. Hillis Miller Health Center.:

ticipate.The event, free to UF students, smoking areas.CATERING cast from Triton College in Northlake, El., EARTH DAY 2000) SEMINAR, "Development -
is sponsored by Florida Blue Key and : Caterers from off-campus is free and open to faculty, staff and vs. Environment in Brazil,"by UF an-
the Florida Cicerones Student/Alumni/ organizations, according to this proposal, students, but space is limited. Call thropology graduate student: Pennie

... Association. may be used for special events at any Uni- 392-4004 for registration; information. McGee, 4:05: p.m., Cl-4 J. Hillis Miller'
Health Center.st. ;

The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative' / Action, Institution
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Roger & Me. 11 11 Jsnjoyed (isiderable Ding-class Ameri anina le mak plete with countless interviews press events and even evictions, .
Oaks Six East imercial succe His film very clear that 's eco with those affected and those and his effective use of music.
For many, the very idea of a Flint ar Jits recent] hinged entirely I a responsible. He speaks with laid- What we can't accept is Moore's
documentary film suggests Im- nomic devastate caused byjchairman ustry and was aecided off workers, CM representatives, deliberate manipulation. He has
ages of public television or that eral Motors and | [ ,! C ho Cis a Flint evictions officer and a slew freely admitted to "fudging facts"
video store aisle that's just a mere Roger Smith, and it takes an un- major plants in F int and move of celebrities who come to town. since the film's release. What's
blur between the door and the new usually sarcastic tone. As a result, them to a more cost-effective loca- One source he can't reach is Smith, more, he's conveniently stacked
releases. For others, it stirs up Roger & Me Is a lot of fun, and tion in Mexico. One by one, the who remains elusive despite a almost inappropriate quotes
memories of grade-school class- that's exactly where Moore went factories came down, and as year of Moore's persistence. within the film to discredit
rooms, where teachers wheeled in wrong. layoffs increased and unemployment Moore tells us he wants to find qualified sources. Sometimes it's
antique visions of asexual The film begins with a look at rose, Flint experienced a Smith and convince him to come funny; on occasion it works, but
reproduction. Not exactly what Flint during its time of prosperity.The depression like it had never seen. to Flint.That way,Moore explains, for the most part,the attempts are
going to the movies is all about. city, once home to 11 CM Moore paints a tragic portrait of Smith can see the decadence that unconvincing.The .
Documentaries may be the plants, was the epitome of work- Flint's newfound poverty, com- resulted from the layoffs. ,This film accomplishes nothingat
cinema's most suppressed art minor quest provides a loose all, even when Moore and
Center((372-5347) Hard to Kill, Nightbreed,Stella,Queen of Hearts
form, for mainstream America framework for the film, and Smith come face to face, except to
((11 a.m. Sat and Sun, 5:15: p.m. Mon)
simply won't acknowledge films though the structure wanders all expose just a bit of hypocrisy.
Cinema N Drafthouse ((376-6843)) Look Who's Talking
that explore, enlighten and edu- over the screen, it eventuallywinds That's ironic, given what Moore
Thurs Zuzu Fri Sun
Hippodrome ((375-4477)) The Tin Drum ( ), ( )
cate. If they're no fun, they're no down to this attempt. stands to gain, for under the guiseof
Oaks Four West ((331-8118)) The Search for Red October (opens
good, and this attitude has long Roger & Me is plagued by one bringing the plight of Flint to
Fri) Born on the Fourth of July, Driving Miss Daisy, Glory
kept the documentary in the Oaks Six East ((331-8818)) Ski Patrol (opens Fri), Hard to Kill, My gnawing problem, and that's its the nation's attention, he's suc-
shadows of more appealing films. Left Foot, Madhouse, Roger & Me, Stella (midnight Fri, Sat), The outright contrivance. We can ceeded only in making a name for Y
Michael Moore, a former jour- Rocky Horror Picture Show (midnight Fri, Sat) credit Moore with accomplishingan himself and in securing a careeras
nalist from Flint, Michigan, is exhaustive task, with no train- a documentary filmmaker. A
Plaza ((378-2434)) The Hunt for Red October, Ski Patrol (both open
doing his part to change all that. Fri), Madhouse ing as a filmmaker and a budgetof sad achievement, as Roger & Me
Like independent filmmaker Erol only $150,000. We also can admire isn't a real documentary, but self-
Royal Park (373-4277)) Men Don't Leave, Revenge, Always ($1))
Morris (The Thin Blue Line) Moore National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation ($1)) the extraordinary access he serving abuse of the screen.
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reminiscent of Paul Westerburg'searlier to Squirrel Bait, since the sound find out just how far this soundcan Type Thing is assuredly worth (the ''
Replacements material. Although between the two is very similar. h I be taken. money you (or your roommate)
more consistent and matured One of the most noticeable differences I saw this band open up for All dish out for it. If anything, this
since Squirrel Bait, Searcy between them is the in Tampa and was so immediately record satiates all cravings for
retains a secured raggedness that lyrics:it seems the members of Big impressed that I coerced my room good structured rock without
sets the groundwork for the Intense Wheel take a more straightforward mate into buying the record (certainly much greasiness under the ears
instrumentation, which approach to life's soul- the most efficient means of (for those who prefer tighter inspiration
rocks somewhere between moving occurrences (suicide, attaining sounds!). It would be essentially ).Frank Daly's vocals are
polished Black Sabbath-ish riffs betrayal, rebellion, arson, etc.), correct to categorize Big so incredibly smooth he could
and Husker Da's distorted pop unlike Squirrel Bait's consciously Drill Car's music as powerpop.progressive.postpunk sing Slim Whitman's elegy (when
endeavors. Cot it? ambiguous ranting.All for those the time comes). The guitar and
who need labels to hear music,but bass lines are filled with hooks so
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powerful melody and rhythm, but people with no sense of aesthetic Big Drill Car ;it induces you to thrash and flail and metal licks. It's light
the overall arrangement Is primefor value for grooves on slabs (or just Album Type ThingYa and laugh like a dork while listen enough to be played during din
those moods of profound lack of a turntable), East End is also like Soul Asylum? If so, get ing to it loud in your bedroom. ner and heavy enough to keep you
rock'n'rollingestion. available completely grooveless on your pants filthy and dig far into Under the influence of Dough- up all night before a final. Could
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different dining experience in a cozy, Jamacian beef patties.Vegetarian items gels, soups, salads, pasta, potatoes, Serving daily lunch specials 11am-yrs. Oyster Happy Hour 2-4pm daily
sandwiches, fresh fruits, and 7-dose Drink
intimate setting-try breakfast, lunch or available. Daily Lunch Special 1 1.99. yogurt gra- 2:30pm: delicious dinner entrees 5-10 Monday Night. specials
Fresh juices also available.COFFEEHOUSE. nola k smoothies. Try our new grilled every night.Lunch specials lam-
dinner at Ivey's Grill. Extensive break- weekdays & 510.30: weekends. Comein
fast menu, homemade soups, large chicken or vegeburger sandwiches. & give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI. 2pm. Thursday 8-10 Coors Light 25c
Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner. and $2.00
fresh salads, sandwiches and burgersfor (between Service Merchandise k Mr. pitchers.
Mon-Sun. Inside the G'ville Health &
lunch and dinner. Fresh seafood, Han's)332-0878.
Fitness Center. Westgate Regency 377-
chicken and pasta dishes alsoat dinner.Or 4955.
come In for a decadent dessert with

espresso or cappucino. Beer and wine SPANISHLa \I

list. Open 7 days a week. MC, VISA,
AMEX. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. 371-4839.

The Philsophy Store ITALIANLeonardo's

Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. ConchaThe

t Joe's Deli Univ.Ave.378-6370. In the tradition of Market Street Pub flavor of Key West right here in
bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th
Home of the two-foot Catortail! Daily Fine handcrafted meats & sausages, Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American -
& 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by
lunch specials M-F at all locations. imported beer in a jovial English Pub Cuisine. M-F llam-8.30pm: 4002
the bean the brew. Espresso,Cappuccino
Campus,34th St.13th St. Free Delivery! ,or&by numerous exotic coffees 706 atmosphere. Located downtown 120 W.Newberry Rd. Plaza West37S4002.STEAK .
377-5637&: 375-5637 SW 1st Ave.3772927.Murphy's .
from the world over. Many varieties of Experience the Renaissance, progres-

tea, too. lOam-lOpm Mon-Sat. sive pastas and fresh fish in an alterna-

tive atmosphere. Offering Thai

Snuffy's Restaurantand Chicken, Cajun Shrimp. Gorgonzola Pub
Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&California and Daily Specials
Lounge Chicago Style Pizzas. DaVinci's de- Dell Sandwiches & Ice cold beer!

1017 W University Ave. 376-8899. DESSERT light. Afterwards enjoy homemade Billiards, Darts and Video games.

Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour- desserts, espresso, cappuccino&a ter- Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur.

met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, rific wine list. Mark Newman chef. S- 11am-12pm. Fri.-Sat. Ham-lam. Sun. Great Steaks
baby back ribs, seafood salads, sand- Th. 5-10 pm & Fri. k Sat. 5-11 pm. 706 Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across
wiches, and New England clam chow- W. Univ.Ave.378-2001 from the YMCA pool. 372-4751. Beef & SpiritsFor

der. Relax and enjoy your favorite Skipper'sIce the best steaks and prime rib in

cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. Cream Cafe' Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight.
!!!T CALORIE DIET ICE CREAM!!! Manaro'sSince Red Lion charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
Fri k Sat 11:30 am-2 (Sun), 6
( ), : am. pm- Seafood toot!
dinner. Chicken &
Over 20 Colombo at your
original yogurts
11 Hour 3-7 MC,Visa Tavern & Grill
pm. Happy pm. 5-10.2 for 1 well drinks k
one time. Delicious Homemade Ice 1955. "Some things never change. Open daily
& Am. X. Cream.OAKS MALL PLAZA 331-7547. fortunately, your good taste and our TWO FOR ONE DRAFT BEER FRIDAY .dollar drafts from 5-7 p.m. 6-pound
consistently delicious Italian food.: &SATURDAY .Our food is still challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 373-4301.
Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm. lousy but our beer is getting colder.

Gainesville's most popular Italian Res-. Grill open 12-12. Come in for a so-so
time. 2413 SW 13th St. 378-6320
BAKERY taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire
welcome. Fresh dishes daily including

For chicken, veal, steak, shrimp k home THAI
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InformationRegarding made desserts at affordable prices. Shelley's Tavern
Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail-
Dancing Barmaids. Now open at lam
The Mill Bakery, Out On The Town, able. Only 2 112 miles from campuseast for lunch. Pool Tournament every

Eatery & BreweryFull Contact ( on Univ. Ave.) 2120 Hawthorne Wed. Daily Specials. 6900 SW ArcherRd. Tim's Thai RestaurantBrings
Rd. (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall
.
Bar, fresh brewed beer. Celebra- Lynn Spinello 372-4690. you the "Best Blend of the Ori-

tion hour 11-7 daily. Expanded Patio 376-4432 ent." Open Mon-Sat, Closed Sun.Visa,

with live entertainment Thurs. k Sat. MC,, AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-

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1 FURNISHEDTreehouse ibd/unf. Wlndmeadows March e Classifications o How to place a I
Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
through July. 372-8752 leave
message. brands are all at our New Location! Car classified ad
Village 2bdr/2ba F needed 3-2-5-4 :
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
axe rmmtei, tramp provided to UF and 2070. 4-30-75-6 1 For Rent Furnished
SFCC, wash/dry $175/mo. 375.5384 An- WOWI Hawaiian Village 2bd/2ba LARGEapt. In Person:
Sublet for $440/mo Sum C mi 2 For Rent. Unfurnished
gala. 32101Sublease optionto CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest Cash check, MC or VISA.
renewl Terms Negotiable! 3723467.
3-25-4 beet and lowest priced car stereo 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office
2BR 16th Apt. walking distanceto store In town 372-2070. 2201 NW 13 St.
campui. Rent $330 month. Call 335. For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave.MF .
6458 for details. 3.8.5.1WINDMEADOWS Oakbrook Walk lux. apt. Close to UF. 8.m.4pm
2bdr/2ba. turn. $190/mo. Share room. Rockford Foegete, Yamaha, Pioneer, 4 Sublease House/Apt./

1bdr turn, sublet, near Call Maids at 336-8969. 3-5-5-4 Infinity, Kicker Code Alarm. The Best 5 Roommates Main Bookstore
Car Stereo Installers Hub Customer Service DeskM
In town. Car Stereo
pool, 373-3558 apt. 98. 3-7-5-1
Summer Sublet! n/i/f needed early May. to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 6 For Sale F 8 am 4:30: pm

Summer C 3bdr Condo, Cypress Point. Own bdrm In nice 3brm apt. 1 1/2/ miles
Reitz Union Cashier's OfficeM
Females immaculate $500/mo. Close to from UF. ONLY $145mo. Don't lose out) CAR ALARMS installed remote control 7 Real Estate .... .,
F 8 am 9 pm. Sat noon 9 pm
335-6723. 3-2-4-4 car truck or van fully guaranteed will '
UF Call Fred at 372-0113. 3-14-10-1 demo.any Call338.11193I1ud.ntly. message. 3 Motorcycles. : Sun noon 5 pm

Available Now: Across TigertAll Sublet 1bdr In 2bd/l 1/2/ ba SW Apt. 4-30-72-6 9 Autos : Medical Bookstore, Shlnd.M.F,8am.4.30pm .
Utilities Paid For $155/mo, no sec. dep. Take over tease, '
Central Heat/Air PHI: 371-3606 now thru Aug. Call Bob at 335.901121.av. Car Alarms, Autopsge, Chapman. Home 10 Wanted
1236 SW 4th Ave. 3.7.5.1 name/num. 3-6-5-4 and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Saneul Sherwood 11 Services : By Mall:
and more. We Beat All Prices! Use forms appearing weeklyin

5 ROOMMATESNeed 3733754. 4-30-89 12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by

FOR RENT: 13 Wanted mail. MC VISA or checks only.
MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 Help
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 1. 2 or 3 rmmts for 3bd/2ba apt in Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
Three Oaks, Just 4 blks to campus, microwave H P. Price same or lower than mail
paddl'anl.' w/d facilities. Call 378- order. Systems below, include 1mb, 40mb 1 11 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-1280, 1655. 3.5.10-5 ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
((28ms), graphics monitor, ...
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 16 Connections M'F6:304pm.D : .
MC 286/12 $"115. Packard Bell $1295.
Plus lMR. Pool laundry no cats or dogs. One month free! Sublease 5 months. MC 386SX .
$1495 Northgate 386/20
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190., 4-30-75- Townhouse 2bdr 2 1/2 ba and much more $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd A battery 17 Notices How to correct

2 $217/mo for Info call Glenn or Steve at $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb ft graphics 18 Rides

Oak Glade Apts. Near UF 8 VA, quiet 3322568. 3.1.5.5 monitor $970.1 I a 3 year warranties... 19 Pets cancel your ad:
Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1160
washer/dryer available in most units lor ASAPI! F student needed to share mod printer .
$185, HP L..rJ.tllp. $1049.4110 SW 20 tost & Found Cancellations
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$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-28. 1 & 2 Bath house in NW. All amen. 2ml from UF. .
$2SO-$350, sec 4 Imr. 372.8422.30.- $160/month.I l/3utll. Martha or Jennifer 34th St. 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 Call 373-FIND Mon. Fn, 8. 4 pm.

75.2 376-4138. 3+5.5 No refund cm be given

SPACIOUS Need COMPUTERMagnovox o When will ad ? Alligator errors:
A Rmmt? Avail. Nowl! F N/S own/rm your run
ONE BEDROOM APT. full ba,washer, dryer. Oxford Manor. Rent 286, 12 Mhz 40MB ((28mi) Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.
ONLY 1260/MO./ nego. Call 377-8034. 32-5-5 Hard Drive, 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB). Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
LYONS APT 3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive, 14" VGA Color Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 Female to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Monitor (.31 dot pitch), 16-bit VGA switch- DAYS after
4-30-71-2 SW Area, fully furnished, washer/dryer able video card MS-DOS, 4.01 GWBasic they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected
$225/mo & 1/2 utll. Call Gwynn at 335- DOS Tutorial, 1 yr. warranty, $1589. Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
INCREDIBLE 6273. 3-9-10-5 Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
Efficiency Apt. placing the ad. Changes called in alter
Starting at $185 Roommate wanted In a spacious apt. PANASONIC 1124 THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated.

Starting at $23512/ Bedroom $132/mo 1/3 utll. Call 3783211. 324.5 Letter Quality Printer, 2 yr warranty. Best may run for any length of time
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE printer! $305. and be cancelled at time. Customer error or changes:
110 NW 39th Ave.378.398a M/F rmmt needed for 3bd/2ba house. any Corrections must be made in person at
w/d. dw ac. $175/mo.1/3 utll. 3723695. WORD PERFECT 5.1 Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON.

375-3861 for cancelled ads. There will be e $2.00 correction fee.
Mint roommate needed to share 3bd/2ba Latest full version, students and faculty
'Check Our New Specials house. Washer/dryer, 5 miles from cam only $135.
All Amenities Available pus. $180/mo 1/3 utilities deposit. Call
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 3758189. 3-5-5-5
Roommates Available ELITE #335-1300

We're No. I WE WANT YOUI F for own room In 3bdr FOR SALEKOKOMAMA FOR SALE

REGENCY OAKS NW home. 1 1/2 to UF, w/d, ac cable, nice 3-6-11-6
378-5766 yard. 1/4 utI!, $180/mo. 378-4827 Misty. Pioneer pull-out car stereo w/2 100 watt
3230 SW Archer Road Fanatic Lit. Viper Sail board, entire rig Jensen 6X9 speakers $250. Call 338-
COUNTRY GARDENS Christian male seeks same (n/s/ ) to share plus Thule racks all in great shape, Hardly Imports from Africa. Beauty supplies. 6234 ask for Bill. Will sell separately. 3-
373-4500 mobile home. Own room and bath. Pets used. $950. Call 376-0690 Lv Msg. 31. Mention this ad and get 20% off select 2-3-6

2001 SW 18th Street neg. $175/mo,18t and last. 336-1969 any 6-6 clothing. Good thru Mar. 15 615 W. Univ
time. 3-2-3-5 338.9397. 3-2-4-6 Roundtrip ticket from G'vllle to Charlotte,

Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the SPEAKERS 2MIM15'$150,2M8M NC, $150, Mar 16-23 Call Kelly 373-
price of one. Pool tennis, sauna, wt. 8' pl. ace. $125 obo. 332-7961 Steve. 3- 4187. 3-9-8-6
room. Stonendge Apts. 3800 SW 34 St. GREATDEAL' 2-5-6 MOPED $225 378-1300
375.1121.30..52 Twin bed wframe/ $50 cons TV $100,
Univega Grand Rally 12 speed bike. wms lOsp bike $30 asort. turn. All good

1 bdrm in Oxford Manor apt for rent very Shlmano components. 25 Inch frame. New Cassidy Furniture 4 ApplianceGifts cond. All obo. Call 336-0282. 3-1-2-6
clean avail. Immediately, save money by sells for $550. Asking $200 or will trade General Merchandise New A !Used
renting now, please call Kim 371-2837 or Spacious Apt. own bdr/ba. Swimming for a mountain bike. 3713834. 3-2-5-6 Buy & Sell. 534 SW 4 Ave. 3739505. Dlnn. table I 6 chairs $120 Couch and
375-1626. 3-2-6-2 Pool Tennis Club House. Pets ok. 3-13-10-6 Love chair $120, Coffee table $40. 2 single .
$250/mo NO DEP Call 338.0530 or 376- Micro & stand 'Like New $400. Kingslze beds $50. 392-7923-after 5 pm 335-

Summit House, nice 2bdr/lba. Available 8365. 3-2-3-5 mattress, box spring and frame "Like Sofa with matching chair and rocker plus 6217. 3-2-2-6
May. Walk to VA/Shands/CampusI 335- New $350. Misc. living rm turn. Will be endtables $100. Two table lamps $10
3560 Leave a message. 3-5.5.2 Roommate Wanted share 3br/2ba avail! around March S. Call 373-4763 and Ea. 3723730. 3-6-5-8 For sale: VCR $95, and Sharp Carousel
condo In Sparrow on Tower Road. ask for Kim. 3-2-5-6 microwave oven $65. Call 395-8019 any-

1/2/ mile to campus. Trees, quiet neigh $175/mo/ a 1/3 util. Call Drew at 332-8436 Glass Table and chairs, Bookshelf Reclining time. 3-2-28 _
borhood. Clean, newly painted 2br apt, leave message. 3-6-5-5 ALPINE: Equalizer ((3213)) ft 80X2 bridgeable chair Full size bed and dresser.
dw, washer/dryer hookup $350/mo. Call amp(3S28)( ): like new, together only Must Sell ASAP If Interested call 377- Must mill Couch and loveseat $60, table
.. 373-0129. 3.9.9-2 N/S F rmmate to share 2bd/1 1/2 ba apt 3 $275 obo. Great for adding subs.Call 371 3100. 3-6-5-6 and chairs $80, bench and weights $25,
mi. from Shands. W/d dw. ac. etc. Serious 8165. 3-2-5-6 372-8150 ask for Lorle NEGOTIABLE! 3-

student pref $200/mo A 1/2 utll. 335- Waterbed; queen semiwaveless, side- 5-3-6
SUBLEASE: 5619. 3-6-5-5 TANDY 1000hx 2 720k drives, time-date padding, gorgeous, exc/cond.. sell really
chip,' 130A printer color monitor w/ stand. cheap $200 obo. Call for more info Jeff
4 HOUSEAPT.CLOSE Room in Forest of the Unicorn townhousefor Nice system. Dan 338-1352 $995.00 obo. 3355528. 3-6-5-6 Black Jaws moped sale.. Only 578 miles.
F. pool, sauna all amenities Incl., 3-5-5-6 Runs bad. Good 4 parts. 395-7083 eve
TO LAW SCHOOL. Nice 2bd/2ba $250/mo ft 1/2 utll. 373-3564. 3-13-10-5 TICKET TO COLORADO F only Mar. 15- nings. Ask for Randy. Best offer! 3-7-5-8

... apt Camelot unfurn. Fireplace barbeque COPY MACHINE Sharp Z70 personal copier 25, G'vllle to Denver roundtrip $300 obo
. pool view. $550/mo./ 373-4696 any- Room ft Bath In NE House N/S Cent ht/ac,' r.talillor $1700,excellent shape. Will Call Jon 3738492. 3-5-4-6 BICYCLE, 24" Beach Cruiser Mongoose
time. 3-1-10-4 wash/dry, no lease, l65/mo A 1/2 utll. take best offer ph. 373.8829. 3-2-4-6 12 speed Like New, $180, Ask For Jason
Call Dave after 6pm at 378-4698. 3-7-5-5 SAILBOAT Laser II 1985 ready to sail 3759031. 3-7-56

1 bdr apt. avail. March, walk to UF, Sony COX 77 brand new $375. Rockford trailer Included. FAST and FUNK $2000.
$239/unfurn. or $259/lurn. Call Tom 336- e.CS.F/M/ roommates to share 4bdr Fosgate-2 15 punch in tuned enclosure 376-7535 leave message. 3-6-5-6 MUST SELL! Sherwood '140w amp JVC
1029 37114THE house. Own bed w/d dw, ac, Hot tub. $300. 2 16 punch pro $600. Call 336- 100w MGT ., crossover, 210'woofers
.c.
Small pets ok. $175/mo ft utll. Jim at 338- 6854. 3-5-5-6 His and hers 26 ten speed bikes, excel amp box-mini truck
LAURELSI! Take over payments: 04830.+a)+e) 3-7-8-5 lent cond, $80 each. 335-1142 night 392. kingcb. cust. spkr. 371-6704. 3-9-
cheap
everything
May through August. Furnished: dresser FUTON A FRAME SALEI 0581 day. 3-1-2-6 7-6
twin bed and own bsth. SPYGLASS Need rmmt ASAPI 3/bdr
>''< desk. From only $200 per set.
A utilities. CALL TODD 335- turn. $225 A utll. Washdryown One ladles Ross beachcrulser, good cond
$2SO/month Call Mat 377-5650 Ticket 4-sale' Spring Break R/T Tampa to
room/bath. month freed Call 335- and
1st one ladies Schwinn
9292. 3.2-5.4 3-13-10-6 lOsp like new obo. 373-9940.
Chicago Mar. 15.221125
5235. 3-7-5-5 $125 each. Call 3784553. 3-2-3-6

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UP LOCATIONI I 15 room house 1989 Jeep Wrangler driven 5-mo, low GATOR MOVING **NEW TAX SERVICE*
RELIANT 1686 GOOD **
CH/AC. Good condition! Rented. In. miles, like n.w. black wblack/ top am/fm CONDITION Affordable rates IS/FORM
vestment/fralernlty/other./ $130,000 casiette. Paid $10,000' Sell for $8500. PHONE 377-6463 Full/Serv Mov/Siorage/Packlng 1- Free consultationcall
376-8652 owner. 3.7.42.7 377-4917.' 3-5-8-9 $3600 OBO. 38-4-9 Item/Hse Full. Days/Eve/ Long dls. PAUL, 372-5814. mornings. 3-16-14-
Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 3744791.' 4-30.75.11
TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2/ BA, tat In 84 1/2 GT Turbo Mustang T-tops limited 82 Buick R.g.I/1./ blue 4dr good cond, ps, Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms
tennis, washer For. edition. low pb, ac. tilt steer.. Pioneer stereo, 67k ml SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons .
kitchen pool dryer A/C miles, fully loaded, 45 acres ring A jumps TLC local
est ol Unicorn, NW area easy financing exc/cond., must .... Asking $4700. Call $2000. Call 376-0253 leave message. 3- boarding woodser facilities call 462-5127 or 462-4311 3-16-12-11,
374-5401.' 3.1.21.7A..umableNo 3328290. 3-2-5-9 hay rides A parties sales working
10 WANTEDLocal students accepted 468.3224, 3758080.
/ qualify. 2bd/2 1/2 ba 1984 Mercury Lynx 2 door hatchback, 4. TYPING
twnhi. $4000 down $47,900. MCPHER- speed, am/lm cassette, 4200 miles ac Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class *SUNBELT MOVING* 12
SON REALTY Realtor 3751021. 3-1-8-7 $1800' obo. 371-4923' nights and week. Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie's Fine Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies. SERVICESYOU
endi. 3-2-5-9 1ltemHouse full. dist Lie/Ins.
Jewelry 3739243. 4-30-75-10' Local/Lng
Mill Run Townhouse 2bdr/2 1/2 b>, Priced for Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4- WRITE, WE TYPE
wash/dry partly turn Ig bay window. AskIng ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow Want Eric Clapton ticket at Omni-Atlanta. Business Legal Personal Reports
44500. Call 3724293. 3.2.5.7 rates, low payments, fast drive-thru Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.
Good behind
seat only (not slage/2-miles
*FREE
*
service, se habla Espanol. 377-2277 G'villt Handicapped Typing
awayl) Call Jeanne at 373-2351 3-2-5-
8 MOTORCYCLES 377CARS. We cars. 3-12-10-9' Pregnancy Test 378-7179.
Gainesville Wom.n'SHEALTH 4.30.75.12
wommom 1985 Cavalier Convertible, Black auto 11 SERVICESNW CENTER
,1989-Red Tomos Moped Perfect Power *Typing reports business legal' *
; condition everything: New stereo/cass, 720 NW 23rd Avenue
; only 900 ml. $475. Call Jose 375. great cond $5000. Call 338-3828 3-6-5- Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave 377.5055 resumes cassettes transcribed applications -
3187' 3-1-4-8 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from letters notary *etc. Available
ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 24 hours/7/
79 VOLKSWAGON RABBIT 2000R with $20.10' disc to students. 332-8917.' 4- days/372-2777./ 4-30-75-12'
Orange and Blue Insurance now covers sun-roof .c, $850. Call 376-4936 leave BIRTH CONTROL
motorcycles! Low rates, low payments, message. 3.5+11 Gynecology Services Typing $1.00 pg. min. $500. Reports wTheses
ROSESABORTIONS
BREAD &
sale rider discounts last drive-thru whatever. Grad School P.T. List.
service -
1978 TOYOTA CORONA Station MOVING WCS NW .
377-2277. 3-12-10-8 Wagon 917 '13lh 373-9822 30-75--
Original Owner Excellent Condition R..ourc.fulatud.nt wfull size truck will
$1100." 37S-75351..ve message. 3-6-5- 1233 NW 10th Ave. beat any price 'In town 336-0461 3-8-30- MICRO CENTERTyping 336-4936. Full
9 AUTOS 372-1664 11' & self service computing. Typing starts &
'78 Chevette 4-door automatic runs MC/VISA/lnsurance 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service
1988 Mustang 28K ml 5-spd 4-cyl good good radial tires, $400. Call 372- Free Pregnancy Test Credit Card guaranteed acceptance no resumes A $2.50/hr' is/page. Laser
loaded NADA Retail $7575. Asking 6909. 3-2-2-9 Member security deposit, write S. Marlon, 1100' typeset graphics spell check theses
$6000. Bank Financing available 1-463- National Abortion Federation Tudor Dr. Dept. A1. G'ville 32607. 3-8- papers A special characters employment

6247. 3+5.9 '86 CHEVETTE PIS A/C, AUTO, 4DR, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? databases mailmerge training.
AM/FM/ CSSTE. 57K. Great condition. Get conlld.nllall..llng and treatment at CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC 4-30-
' .
86 Honda CRX Sspd sunroof', buy now $2300. 372-4129 3-2-3-9
Asking
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881.' 4- DJ service at 375.8483. 3-7-10-11' '
Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable
or take over payments good cond., must

1111.472.4041. 3-8-10-9 VW Jttta GLI 1985 4-door 5-speed AAA STORAGE STRIKE GOLD service.377-8175 Reasonable tit .rates.3-16-35-12 Laser
printer. 00pm.:
30mpg, great shape Inside/out' dependable Close to UF, Convenient with the PC Lab Gold Card
86 Pontiac Grand-Am
: excellent condition sporty transportation $4900 obo 4x4x4 l5/mo, unlimited use of computers & software
Typlng/Wordprocossing' WordPerfect
low $1500'
mileage plus take
over (Mark) 3739883. 3-7-5-9 4x8x8 $2S/mo $99/4/ months. 372-6500. 3-2-5-11'
payments. 336-0011 or 372-3136.' 3-2-5- 533 SW 2nd Ave 377-1771' 5.1 1, quality work, fast results, low rates,
dependable personal' service Tara 332-
1469. 4.30.54.12TLC

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etc. Pro wp Mac 2, laser! Graphics sp.
I chk., reasonable, its, wknds 3739819.

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13 HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDCRUISE PERSONALS PERSONALSOur PERSONALS

at EZ Tennis It to help you savel,
CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for Th.Ind.p.nd.nt SHIP JOBS Stewarts, I FC goal B 4 U buy anything for tennis, racquetball,
Stewartess. Maintenance. Earn lop dollar TRAVEL GROUPS, B 4 U buy rackets, shoes, sportswear
Florida Alligator. Mutt own squash or badminton, check out EZ Ten
balls, check us out.
41111 grips or even
reliable van or pick-up truck and be available guaranteed openings Call now for strings nis. Ask your friends about our prices
,
summer amp, 1-800-926-8447 ext C1188. Cancun $299 .e.e Jamaica $299 We've built our reputation on price, quality
from Sam until
9am Monday through quality and service 34 St Plaza. 3-9-10-15
3-8-10-15
***4-NitesS-Days*** & IXcellenlllrvlc.
Friday. Must have excellent driving
record
Climb Aboard The of Life.
and valid Florida driver lions Pay BUSINESS Limited Party Space. your Our great prices continue: (shirts 30% all; The only part of your racket which comesIn

per route) plus mileage Apply at the Alligator For more info/resv Call most shirts, shorts, skirts up to 25% off; contact with the ball It the string. Don't,
offices, 1105' West University Ave words, ask settle for a cheap Imitation. This messageIs
14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 332-9854 371-0089 stringing-don't take our your
nue. Ask lor the route driver application. 800.783.228 friends; most rack.ta30% off; tennis balls provided as a public .service courtesy of
No calls, please. Affirmative ActionEqualOpporluMy Tennii. 3-9-10-15 ?Z Tennis. 3-9-10-15
EZ
Employer. terminals a pc'., buy sell, 3-7-5-15' $1.88
trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY
AVON 375-6967 CDCS 818' W Univ. 338.0378. 4-30- SKYDIVE STRING SPECIAL

Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. 75-14' Skydive with the Williston skydivers 336- Quality racket restringmg Nylon $7.99 -

Benefits Insurance. 43075.13 7970. 3-1.15.15 Syn. Gut 12.99 must present this adl
Going out of men's apparel business All Expires 31590. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504
EARN $35 POLO by Ralph Lauren starting at $11' t .25. Reitz Union Barber Shop-ground floor. Ap. NW 13 St. 372-7838. 3-25-15'
This week for new donors for 2 plasma Everything must gol Marc Downs Apparel pointments for busy students Walk-ins i

donations on our new automated ma at Newberry Crossing t Gator Plaza. 3-1- welcome. 10 expert stylist 3921610. 3- LEARN TO SING) rock, pop, classical, ..t.
chines. Special bonus programs each 9-14 14-20-15' voice lessons. It., Fr. & Ger diction. Rea-

month. Free refreshments, free parking. sonable rales Call Joe 37'-544.' 3-9-10-
Experienced staff serving you since '1969. RESUMES MEN-Playgirl Is looking for new talent. Win Alligator AdvertisingF

Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 Same day, Next day. $5,000 plus modeling contrscts. Send EZ Tennis knows stringing! Nylon $8+; syn I
SW 4th Ave 378-9431 Mon-Frl 8-7 Sat. Many Styles & Fonts. Editing.PC photo with personal data to Box 25120 gut $12' If they go low, EZ Tennis will go 376-4482

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I
Paying $125' to persons w/lnfected cuts,
scrapes, or other injuries to be on antibiotic Wild Hair now relaxers. care-free curls, SPRING BREAKThe UNLIMITED it
study Blood test required. Call 331- weaving A all black hair care services by Bahamas Is the HOTTEST destinationthis I

5379. 4-3-20-13 Tony. 13th & Univ 7 days a week 374- year. Starting at $199' per person. Call I CHIROPRACTIC #
8687. 3-1-5-14 Today! 377-6369 Breakaway Tours. 3-2- :
NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER
CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for DON'T WAIT SFCC and UF students new Swift ed. group 1.J CARE I

program specialists: Team Sports, Ten until midterms to use PC Lab. for students of alcoholic parentage leave f ). .
nis: Performing Arts: Waterfront. Inquire: Learn WP, Lotus 123, dBase message for Marilyn 372.6817 by 32.Player's 'i"
Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave. Now. Special plans. 372-6500. 3-2-5-14 '

Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 18 Sports Club \ $50 month
Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045. INVESTMENT CLUB per
Please call '1-800-776-0520. 4-18-48-13 limited Initial $$$ required for Investment presents
pick your own stocks! Call Todd at 335-
Summer Jobs Outdoors. Over 5,000 7042 anytime. 3-7-5-14 Nickel Beer ,14 CALL NOW! )

Openmgsl National Parks Forests, Fire Tonite ,

Crews Send stamp for free details. '113 E 15 PERSONALSLADIES t( 373-5510
Wyoming, Kalispell, MT 59901' 3.8.2013 1605 SW 13th St.SB.

MAKE MONEYWe

COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE for the summer buy & sell good used clothing.Call .
Outstanding brother/sister/ sports Second Act. 3738527. 4307515VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator.

camps on 22mi lake near "On Golden "'""NI .-. POR hli eA.I' PlOI'LI PLAY
Pond" site seeks staff. All trans pd Inter / Great UMBRO-MANIAI' DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
prices-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
views avail Robindel (girls) 2158843326 SEE THE STYLES MARVEL AT THE PRICES
Wmaukee (boys) 9'4.698.833.' Laboratory 3765563. 018 SW 4 Ave. 1 by Trude Michel Jaffe
R_ Flea Kin t Univ.
3-8-18-13 block from Ala Gen. 4-30-75-15 wmgdi nc
Neso l le Gainesville 374-C400 Health I Fitness ACROSS 5 Fooled 36 Baltic Sea 49 Typesetting

Need volunteers for a 2 week study of a Natural Foods and Vitamins 1 Bread u'.it' 6 Had a yen for port machine, for

fftiew psoriasis medication. 3315379.' 3- Birkenstock Sandals. 5 Dwight's wife 7 Use the marina 37 Sea short
Sunflower Health Foods
1520.13 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 Did You Know? 10 homo 8 Rubinstein's biscuit 50 It's oftensmashed
14 "
430.7515 Longfellow'sbell "Melody 43 Links user
CAMP CANTON WEKEELA MAIN. FOR BOYS/GIRLS/ town 9 Part of I.e. 44 "There ought to 51 Take the

One of America's most prestigious camps PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate by TomKurrut A4.4.1: 15 Sacred images 10 Slskel's! partner be -..." chin
test results from a reliable source 16 Seed capsule 11 45 Black-ink
seeks creative dynamos for staff posi, AttorneyAn Buyer's item 52 Beach,
tions. June 18 thru Aug 18, for tennis, PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4. 17 "The fowl of concern 46 Steak choice Fla.

waterfront position, gymnastics, 30-75-15 Alaskan court hit upheld' a local the air, and -": 12 Nile queen 47 Folksinger 53 Part of QED

dance/drama, camp crafts/ropes, art, office ordinance which prohibit portable signs Psalms 8:8: 13 Impetuosity Joan 55 Feedbag
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get
kitchen, maintenance and and rooIligns. The government has a valid 20
many Innkeeper 18 "Able was 48 Mod hair tidbit
special student discounts on exams and interest In
aesthetics, the ruling stated ..
other If think
positions. you you're tops, 21
all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. What II the construction of the sign was Playwright Joe style 58 Spat follower
Reply at: '130 S Merkle Rd, Columbus
377-0881. 4307515Look okay, but the government outlawed the 22 Sore 19 "Trie Legend of
Ohio
43209.
3-2-10-13 sign becauseil found the artwork 23 Soften Sleepy -" ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

Office help wanted M-W-F 9am-1pm T-H Your Best Everydayl! protect unappealing speech Doesn't from the First unreasonable Amendment 25 Nicene 23 Complains RAe I R. CAR BRA N T
1pm-5pm. Hours must coincide. AllstateIns Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for intrusion? 27 Target 24 Downs
info the PERMANENT government A T R E E. A T nUT R
about removal of
SW 2 Av Apply by phone 373.0333. 28 I love to Livia 25 Critic Barnes
unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307. SOUND PHI A T 1 Y
Corporations can be held criminally liable 31 Coin receiver 26 Horse-racing .
$EARN SPRINGBREAK$ for the acts o( their directors), officers and 32 Poet's muse E P 1.1 R A.RON T M S
prize
GET CASH
$STUDENTS $
Start a job right away, earn good $, work Important managerial' agents Consider the 33 Choreographer 27 S I A MAN F A piT
For Used Call Lee
Quality Clothing. Sandy's Cary or -
! effect on boon If the 'Is
fix hrs, & get Spring Break off. For more 372-1226. t W. Univ. Ave.-next Central responsible for the Valdez ship oil captain spill by Lubovitch 28 "Meek as -" S H I R R S. Ji& 0
Info, call DAN at 378-0812. 3-23-13, Nlis lis
City. 43075.15 piloting the ship while InUmlcaled. Will the 34 San Francisco 29 Governor HUNAN Jj "U- IS E
corporate directors f face /jail time? Or can
Singing Messengers for Balloons & attraction Cuomo EGG f A T U 0
SAVE ON RAYBANS they claim he acted outside the scope of "
Bears. Fun and Outgoing people only. University Opticians his authority? 38 Maria" 30 Golden ide .. E In IT E D.Pro[ R Is

375-1199. 3-5-4-13 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 41414$ 39 Claims 31 Tunisian A pip R I S E S A [ N E

A Maryland tree ordinance requires 40 Pierre's girl port PUR E Is IT. T A r E .
Phlebotomist Position available Immedi developers who cut down trees at a
********************* 41 Signatures 32 Moslem PRE .1 PiE -. DOlT. R II
ately. Apply Gainesville: / Plasma 238 building site to replace them. Not a bad of fasort R
SW 4th Ave. Students welcome. 6-5-13 $2900 for complete : Idea. prince AlsITRODIOME.rrO OT
.. 42
: When ordered by 3130/90/ no kick 35 Mendelssohn
Tom Kurrus *
Attorney from L UIT IF I T M. MAN S E

Camp Summer In Maine.Jobs-Camp Counselor Takajo positions Boys : TUXEDOS : Criminal Defense DUI champagne..." oratorio' L 1 FlY I T IF I ro 0 A. D G I F R
No Mailer When Needed 204 W. Univ! Ave.
available. A great way 'to spend the 10 Days In Advance Gainesville FL J2601 43 Legendary 3/1/90/ /
Summer. Call 'today-Coach Chafln, Greta'
Nina University Tuxedo ((904)) 375-44
392-0581 or come by 214 Florida Gym. I636W. Untv '2nd flnort!378-6463* 45 Slightly open
*********************
46 "I've" every
Soccer coaches needed for Sea-
Spring little star..." 1117
son. Call YMCA 376-7172 for more Infor
47 Corkwood
mation. (Stipends are available). t t
375.13 HISPANIC HERITAGE WEEK 50 Latin case

54 Like -

Mother's Helper-3 terrific kids need super (floundering)
friendly responsible person to help us in 57 Irish lake
.r the afternoon 3-6. Most resp. incl. driving 58 Romberg's"One

to various sport activities. Pays well, -"
House hosted
must have references Call 378-6029 eve- Thursday, Open by 59 J.F. Cooper

3-2-2-13 March 1 : Hispanic Student heroine

Writer/Editor: Founder of high-tech marketing 60 Suit of yore is is
firm seeks talented writer/editor/ Interested Association. Anyone 61 Circus

In helping finish/edit a book for employee
interested in Hispanic cultureis
jti publishing 335-1226. 3-7-5-13 62 Slip or granny

invited to attend.
Housework-busy Mom 3hrs/2x week. DOWN

377.8822 Lye message 3-2-2-13 Turlington Hall Room 1341 1 Plaster backing

40 to !iS yr old subjects needed to participate 6:45 2 Roman
In a face perception study. Will be pm emperor. 69
paid. Call 371-3392.' Lv name and num 3 Olympian hawk

ber. 3-7-5-13 4 Important anniversary

forAmerican

-"WAITRESS/WAITER. Hispanic HerItage Wet 1 is sponsored by VISA and Student GovtmntntXdVertMry Bal-
MUST be available
Part-time nights.
days service The/ Florida/ let Theatre1O
spring break. Apply Mon-Frl. run ta t public by Mopmdtnt Altgaur

SNUFFY'S. 1017 W. UniV AVI. 3-6-4-13



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PERSONALSPorch CONNECTIONSEYE 18 RIDES LOST & FOUND


OAKLEY SHADESAll Sale ConnectionMeet: that special EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 4 yrs. of Reward: Blue bag containing ralngear and
.. &colon available For great service someone over that ,pciaI8lhtray, couch, treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum, weekly Fri's/Sun bus trips Pets ok pkg black leather gloves Lost at entrance to
selection & prices, check out Lloyd lamp or ceramic toad. Sat: 315 NW 2nd Si optometrist 017' W Only Ave. 376-1288. trantported. GMG trans 336-7026 ((305)) Piccadilly Apts on 34th St Brett 336-9788
Clark Sports '1504 NW 13 St. 3-1-3-15' 266-3788. 3-13-46-18 5-5-20
Gay guy. Inexperienced, would like to
UBS meet same for weekend fun and companionship Found a pair of shaded eyeglasses In
Will pick u'p adult-sized running shoes, Box 13088, 32604. 3-2.8-16 Carleton Aud. on 21990. Call 395.9832
must be wearable lor the homeless. Call 19 PETSBall to I.D. 3-1-3-20
lien 373-3145. 3+;1-15 NEED CASH? Student Loans & Financial' Aid No one
refused' with good collateral. EZ terms Python for sale, 4 1/2 loot, tank A hot
Theta Chl'sDECLINE BUY BACK OPEN Best Jewelry & Loan 371-GEMS. 3-12-10- rock Included $140 obo,335-7945 Ask for Found ladies watch near Shands. Feb. 21.
Call 336-6899 3-2-3-20
UNIVERSITY BOOK AND SUPPLY Mike. 3-2-3-19
1227 W Unlv. Ave. 3771788. NEED CASH? Call the cash HOTLINE
Found set ol keys Feb. 22 Norman Field.
371-GEMS CASH FOR ANYTHING!3-12-
Of Western Civilization Miniature Poodle: Black Thoroughbred 3353600. 3-2-3-20
JUST SAY NOISE $ USED CD'S' $ 10." Male 8-mo old Neutered All shots. $75.
3.5-5.15 TOP CASH FOR GOLD Silver diamonds Call 332-9878 3-1-2-19 Found eye glasses Feb/26 call to identify.
We buy & sell, call 37-SPIKE
Spikes Records
-
New used broken. Best
> etc or or Jewelry Alex at 392-0921 3-2-3-20
3-7-5-15
Join ACTS the Spirit-filled campus minis- a Loan,523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-4367.3-12- Free chow-lab mix to a good home 11*
try at we discuss Satamsm." Thuri. Spring Break Jamaical It's not too latel' 10-18 weeks old, house trained. Includes 'leash, FOUND: men's wallet belonging to
59pm Reltz Union room 337 376.6053. Incredible price! ONLY $479 from Gainesville STATE-OF-THE-ART- collar, I food, bowl. Call 372-4929 anytime. P.S Brennan, outside Club X on 2/23. Call
395.7199 ask for J.J. 3-2-320
31-2-15 Including air, hotel (days/7-mghts/ )
Reggae beach parties, morel Call Collect BANGBANGTHE
SATANISM It on the rl...Join ACTS campus 305-284-9800. 3-6-5-15 REV: A good place to dance Coming 20 LOST & FOUND Lost: women's watch Feb. 21 sentimental
ministry, thurs. 59pm: Reitz Union March 9th. 3-13-10-16' valuel Reward please call Heather 373-
337, ai we uncover the deception of the SPRING BREAK 8075. 36-5-20 11.
devil. More Info 378-6053. 3-1-2-15 Time Is Running Out Tall slim BM desires to meet tall slim WM Finders Keepers?
If find something, can place
but didn't Call IFC Travel Group for discreet friendship. PO BOX 5223 Gnv FREE you ad In this section.you Be kind to someone a FOUND: Set of keys btwn Frat Row & Law
Sweet thought, you obviously go .
371-0089' 33298541800' 783-2262 Fl 32602. 3-5-4-16
to Joseph Cook for these pictures. Try who lost what you found. Call 373- School, call to 3957889.. 3-2-3-20

again. Do It right and call Elaine at Joseph THE AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE TO GWM seeks mature, responsible, stable, FIND.
Cook Photography. 373-7349 3-2.3-15 OPRAH'S DIET! Lose 7-16 pounds In8wk. clean, non-smoker for long term roommate FOUND: Pair of glasses near 13th St and
.. The Amazing Micro Diet For Free Couples ok. Reply Box 4175 G'vllle LOST: HP41 CX serial Is 2623S2027B, University Ave 392-5671' (days) 338.0504
Miss Sugar thanks for the gold, but whatI Sample Call Dr. Hill 904.438.2903. 3- 32613. 3-53-16 need very much, reward, 9046284348. (eve). 3-5-3-20
I really wanted was a glamour folio of you 14-10-15
from Joseph Cook Photography. Make an
appointment today. Call 373-7349 3-2-3-
WAS .jl 1'S O By Doyle tiStenwcky
You blew It, girlfriend! I wanted something CANCUNSome O
for Valentine's Day only you could give
me, not a black Alpha Romeo. But a Joseph space still left
Cook Glamour Foliol Redeem yourself GREAT ESCAPE TRAVEL NOW ON Too co1JNt WUODYA MEAN Y'M1AN1 >WyiCANtMpVBWlTHVOU !
for St. Patrick's Day or else, ) Call 331-2800 O' FIVI, ? WANT YOU TWO 1A CANT MOVe? CAKTfl ALL 1W9 NITKOGLyceRIN YOU GOT
373.7349 I 32315STATEOFTHEART LWt/OC AU.14Ie ARMOR.I .
todayl 1O COME OUT PMLM'I MOVI IN PACK90
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Alligator Writer
singles to right field. But he came
DeVoe deserves a standing ovation atSaturday's
After hurling a shutout in eight back strong once again, whiffingthe ;
innings of duty Tuesday night in next batter and forcing the game against Alabama.
UF baseball into Since Saturday will be the last time DeVoe
the team's 11-0 walloping third a ground out.
of Stetson,John Pricher would "I was a little nervous in the first coaches the Gators on the O'Connell Center
have valid if he wanted court, the least UF fans could do Is say goodbye
a argument inning, but after I got out of a little
to be moved into the Gators' start bit of trouble, I felt really confi- a politely and respectfully to DeVoe, who an-
rotation. nounced Tuesday he will not return next season.
ing dent, Pricher said. "I knew I was
Pricher, though, said he is con going to be able to have a good That's probably hard for a lot of UF basketballfans
to swallow after joining the"DeVoe must go"
tent with his current position as a evening.
spot starter and member of the UF Pricher appeared in eight games bandwagon, but the man has endured more frus-
tration and aggravation since agreeing to coach
bullpen, even after striking out 11 last year, posting a 1-0 mark anYI'
batters and allowing only four hits striking out 13 in 14 1/3 innings.He this team than any basketball coach in Gators

against the Hatters."I has seen action out of the bull- history.

was glad I got a chance to pen in three games this season,
-> Ron
finally start, but I'm not looking to and lost a 3-2 decision Feb. 16 to Kaspri&cAST
be in the rotation or anything," South Florida when he allowed the L

said Pricher, a sophomore from game-winning single with two outsin CALL
Winter Park. "Maybe when they the bottom of the ninth inning

need a spot starter, I'd be consid- after hurling the final 31/3 in- Not only has he been hanged in effigy outsidean

ered. nings. apartment complex across the street from the

"I'm happy working out of the "John just keeps getting better O'Dome, but among other things...
bullpen. Right now they have three and better," UF coach Joe Arnold His wife has been harassed with threatening
r
guys that are primarily starters said after Tuesday's victory. "He'llbe telephone calls.Students .

that have done it all through high my guy out of the bullpen, but r have formed an imaginary organization
school or junior college." he's also a valuable spot starter." called "Students Against Don DeVoe."

Pricher ((1-1)) did it all against UF-Miami weekend serieson And some jerk began selling "DeVoe must

Stetson, not allowing a runner past TV.SportsChannel Florida will go" bumper stickers outside at least one home
,second base. He started shaky in telecast both games of this game.
the first inning by walking the leadoff weekend's series between 18th- This is ridiculous.

man, but then struck out the ranked UF((8-5)and fourth-ranked SUZETTE COOK- ALLIGATOR Finally, faced with criticism from former UF
next two batters and forced the Miami ((12-2)) at Perry Field. Sophomore right-hander John Pricher threw a shut- coaches who are the reason he's here in the

third to fly out. Saturday's game will start at 4 p.m., out in eight Innings of action Tuesday night In UF's first place and seemingly no support from the

After fanning the lead-off batter and Sunday's at 1:30: p.m. 11-0) romp of Stetson. University Athletic Association which takes

I pride in looking the other way when its coachesfall
f Washington a leader for Lady GatorsBy out of favor DeVoe said he has no choice

but to not even apply for the permanent head

GREGG DOYEL tiny Florida Panhandle town of Paxton."A about in the stats," she said. "Out of high coaching job he will vacate in a month.
This also is ridiculous.This .
lot of people would think it was a school I was a scorer, but I'm not really
Alligator Writer in that focusing the ball is not to say that DeVoe should be given
struggle a family big, Washingtonsaid. on shooting anymore"But
The elbows Casandra Washington ab- "But we were all well-kept and well the permanent job, because there are better candidates
sorbed her the dinner table taken of. We didn't out there. But DeVoe should have been
on way to as care go hungry. the 6-footer does shoot when called
better chance of the insteadof
given job
a getting
youth served,if no other purpose,at least On the court, where Washington might upon. It was Washington who sank a 20-() being blacklisted by boosters and fans.
as a tune-up for what awaited her in the feel lonely every now and then with only footer to send UFs game with MississippiState angry
"I'm a no-nonsense coach and myself intoa
got
rough-and-tumble Southeastern Confer nine people out there with her, she has into overtime, where she added five nonsense DeVoe said after UF

ence. seen her scoring output dip from 10 pointsa more points and two key rebounds as the shocked the program basketball, world Tuesday with a
senior forward the UF to about seven. Her hasn't Lady Gators out their
Washington, a on game game pulled only SEC win 76-63 victory over No. 15 Louisiana State."You've .
women's basketball squad that faces Kentucky suffered, however. It has expanded.A of the year.
people giving people and for-
on Friday night in the first round of career .380 shooter, Washington has got cars
not
mer coaches who are bitter and continue
the SEC Tournament, grew up in a family shot at .400 clip this season,and also has And it is Washington who has emergedas to butt out of our business.very It's very distracting."
that makes the Waltons of TV fame seem handed out two assists Her
'-n a game. re- the Lady Gators'
top
long-range DeVoe wasn't crying when he complainedabout
rather small and just a little bit lonely in bounding and steal-to-tumover
average bomber. Her 9-for-32
shooting from be- how he has been treated; he merely was
comparison.She ratio also have improved, and she is one hind the three-point stripe is tops on the telling it like it is.

is the 11th of 21 children, compli- of the main reasons why UF is enjoyingits team. She also has quietly moved her way "All they have to do at Florida is say no to all
ments of her mother Joyce, and the entire best season in five years. into fifth on the all-time UF rebounding of the shenanigans and bullshit that has gone on

Washington clan grew up on a farm in the "The scoring is the last thing I worry list. here," DeVoe added. "The man who says no to

all of that is going to be a success at Florida. The

Golfer getsnational Netters at ITCA tourneythe situation here is just a stinking mess."

DeVoe is right.Livingston .
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GUERRY SMITH doubles teams in the fall. If the seeding Chatman's leaving had more to do
By
"1' honor committee had followed the national rank- with him being burned out than it did with him
WriterIn
Alligator ings, which came out in September, UF not liking DeVoe.And as far as Dwayne Schintziusis

I UF men's golfer Chris DiMarcowas the two years since the USTA/ITCA would have had a potential semifinal match concerned, it's an unwritten rule in athletics
named February's collegiate Women's National Indoor Team Champi- with No. 1 Stanford. that if your coach tells you to do something, you

.. golfer of the month Wednesday by onships were created, UF and Stanford Before the 7-1 Lady Gators can think do it.
Golfweek magazine. have advanced to the finals, with the Lady about Stanford, they have to survive a field Basketball analyst Dick Vitale, who coveredlast

(o. Gators winning in 1988'and the Cardinal with 15 of the top 20 teams in the country night's game for ESPN, made it quite clear
< The senior from Lake Brantley triumphing in 1989. and 38 of the top 50 players.UPs that DeVoe isn't to blame for the team's dismal
7-19 record. And DeVoe shouldn't be blamed for
High won the individual titles at both According to the seedings, the two
first-round battle today against No. Schintzius
of the Gators' tournaments last teams should play for the title once again 5 and Chatman quitting.
month.On Feb. 11,he won the Gator this weekend in the Madison, Wis., tournament but Pepperdine the Waves'looked difficult originally, "My point is that Schintzius and Chatman boy-
r Invitational with a 207 and he shota best player, Ginger Helge- cojted the first practice, and that made it clear
son, missed the team's last two dual they weren't going to give DeVoe a chance,"Vitale
210 last weekend to claim victory
Even though the Lady Gators are ranked matches with a foot injury. Helgeson,who said."DeVoe should be commended for what he's
K at the Doral! Park InvitationalMATT third nationally, they received the second beat UFs Nicole Arendt and Andrea Farleyat had to put up with."

'- FOGLESON! seed ahead of No. 2 UCLA as a result of the Rolex National Indoor Champion- Commendation would be nice, but a simple
the of freshman Andrea and in l
r success Farley ships February, is listed as probable. standing ovation Saturday would suffice.

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St A new al side banquets -has the angry The st Ongin derdale focused distribute day thrOL "Every said spoke J -w -VOLUME 83. J NUMBER114 THURSDAY, MARCH 1, Promotion from the ground up APPLAUSE ih4 I m I hEIi IIt l)rida atewide story about racism angers officials By ROPAtD DUPONT JR. Aligator Writer paper article that said UPs medeits have two graduation ceremony -one for whites, one fot blacks esthool reelingand administrators ry is not true, administrators said. ally published in Sunday's Fort lauNews and Sun-Sentinel, the story on Uf's racial problems and was d to newspapers statewide Mon ugh the Associated Press. body here is absolutely furious eswoman Lnda Gray, director of It 's 1ivsion nor, servites of InfoirmTrrl Und Were ()Ot( crued sentaio u 11 k bec it te After getting numerous phone alls front journalists who read the article, both Gray and Interim UF President Robert Bryan have decided to write letters to the Sun-Sentne about the article's content, Gray said The front-page article appeared under the headline, "Racial incidents increase tension on LF campus," and the first paragraph of the story stated, "Medical students at the University of Florida have already started planning for their graduation banquets One for the white students, one for the blacks Ut, however. has only one graduation banquet for s medical students, said Arlint l)Dshoiig,directorofcomimunicahlons orrhtJ Hills Miller Health Center she added that the Sun-Sentinel reporter. Jon Marcus. probably got confused and bought the endof-the-year banquet held by the Black Sodent Health Professions Coalition also was a graduation banquet It is not, she said, adding that all black student are invited to the Coalition banquet, held annually since 1976 SunSentinel Managing Editor Earl Maucker said the article never said UF officially sanctions two graduation banquets Instead, I .iI blat ks sirI)lv it )It no it) it bario eit ovtr [it t lhcr, [it "n Ht poite 1 i lilt sont hseto d ptAri graph, Whl( ) uooleS litdhi(il stidemII \antovaii (pay as saVig, I lt re' a ban quell for the whole class, but ins of lhv blacks don' I o lhibt also is not true, lIshong sao, atdng that thait she doesn't understand why the reporter never called mny miieial olev admmistrator to find out it the rumor aboul segregated banquets was rut She also said the artle Insinuated chat [he two banquets were par of a racal probe em at the medal school Tower loses office Editor unaware c By LISE FISHER Ainigator Writer Because oI a "alit ti up, tidents may only be able t reat Ih The Tower yearhook stiff by ve, otng their ule pillt h Olt Reit to n,' hi I floor, I Ihere a yearbook to purchase it all The union oniittee that rec ommends whi h groups get if fice space on, [he third floor said no one from 7 wershowed Li Pfor a space hearing I eb II to tot hon for the office Tower's I dtor in-Chief Jeff hatobs said no one contacted anyone on his stiff in time to attend the hearing As a result, the group Will rot have an office or a phone it the end of this semester -a coilt tion Jacobs said could cost UF students a yearbook next year 'We cant put out a yearbook without a room where people can call and drop off orders and we can distribute books front,' acobs said Jacolbs said he will look for space in Weimer Hall since the group's adviser journalsiul Pro fessor Ben Patterson, has his office there But Jacobs said when the yearbook staff approached Weimer and Norman Hall, "nether one had the space or were willing to allot it Associate Dean of the College of Journalism and Communications James .Terhune said it was unlikely that the group could find room in Weimer Hall considering several journalism student groups don't even have space Education Dean David C Smith said room in Norman illa was scarce also "We are very hard pressed for space at the moment,' he said 'To the best of my knowledge, there is no unassigned or unused space But it would be very unusual for us to view any student request with a closed mind f space hearing Itelt I lons opt 1.11N n voted \%eduisday rTIg lo ItrVIil I lI he v irbook stall tubike slt ill ,Cvad ct office spate at theend to thspring semester SIpt' tconititet c hauprsou teronta Snuiir, sid 'in((Ioorr repr-stua~vt S didn'I alend [tih 5Jpit ret nimmiieidtiors htllrmg, TIhe Lomitlrle had to go oil its own te lngiboull ttendancdt ilt Ult.t oltte spite forl hat year' [lie committee's report stated Ihe yearbook slaff hadn't lantaied regular olfice hours and titedl derlinmg yt'.rbook sale, a reason, for rot granting office spicV At the mieiongi Board of Managers charperson Glenna thorn tol said the board had the previous editors name listed as the group's contact person [he cubuit I 1 wer will work from is a small area with a desktop and iling tablet where the groupkan receive mail, Snuth said Since the cubicles can't be secured, phone lines will not be installed. said Myra Morgan, siodent activities director Otherwise anyone could use the phones, she said Cubicles will be placed in the middle of the Activities Center where typewriters now are Also, despite an appeal from the Student Health Outreach team, the Board ot Masters did not grant any space to the infirmary's student complaint service The Space Committee said the group, which is a public relations arm of the Infirmary, should be located there instead Smith also said SHOT already had alternate office space SHOT currently shares an office in a temporary trailer outside [he infirmary with their adviser, Margaret Tucker a) Work and Play Members of De La Soul attended the Gators v. LSU basketball game, above, on Tuesday evening. The group was in concert last night with Doug E Fresh, L'Trimrn and Rob Base. At right, Tigra, a member of L'Trimm. performs at the O'Connell Wednesday evening it it nr pre V Tu Fc 4'

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Vivaints I i Boons Vivants will ilt iiI today ,it > ilhl Orange & Iw Itrra. ( ill 395-8690 Rally: Gti NAAC Prowet Iro ,ful other organizations will rally gaii~t ratisml thi rnorningat11 30 onthe steps of ligert iall Call 468 211 ) Latin Film. lie Center for atn Aineri an Studies Film Series presents Dona Flor And Her Two ifhsbands today at 5 15 in Turlington lIl Room 2353. Call 392,0375 GRIP: The Group for Responsible Inliroction with the Planetiwill meet today at 4 20 Come to the Reio Ulion Colonnade and chetk the North Lawn if you're late Call 376BSU: The Black Student Union will meet tonight at 6 i Redt, Union Reports L5OC and 1) Film Festival: the Spring Filnm Festival presents the Gai nesvi le premiere of Marguerite Duras's Inha Song tonight at 7.30 in Turliigton Hall Room .005. Call 3717780 Rock 'TheFilipino Student As 'nalition will meeittonight at 6atthe raa in front of urlingti n H allt Cdl I 1d ,377-739b Corpovat.: The Association for onputing Machinery presents Motorola tonight at 7 in Computer ist Iiid Fng nmering Hilding ALLIT GATOR volume 83 I Edo, Managing Edimo, News Fdal StrmeaEdilor, FnAlrs Edtlo, Phoo Editor notnions Edo, Advriaing D.cic. All drierll I nteln Coo dipua P'onsanmmau Cocmialc car E Alderman' pann jopn Kacel Painler Ge ntolmManter Gonero manvo Pronmolion. Manlhgr Cheslopher Emil JaiL Sep Ch, nl.a L Salnato. Keneth roseo Iorm 220 ( ,ill If'i 122, Music: It, IF (tniet it Hand will play oIighttS I V mtihe Uiversity Auditorium cil 392 022 7 Leader: Order of Omega the trek leadership honorary. will meet tonight it / 'it PJ ('Rellys (all John Flttrald, 3786l9 or 342 5435 Art: The Artitoriumr will hive an organizational meeting tonight at 7 30 at the Artitorium Call 377-1898 or 335-9796. Waves: The Gator Surf Club will meet tonight it 8 30 at the Orange & Brew Call 373-SURF Homes: University Habitat for Humanity will meet tonight at 7 in the Reitz Union The room number will be posted in the elevator Call 395,7621. GLSU: The Gay and ltsban Student Union will meet tonight at to Call the switchboard, 3320700, Taxes : College libertarians will meet tonight at 8 in Reitz Union Room 355 if discuss ax cuts, Call Mike Fender, 332-2350. Pi-legal: The pre-legal honorary society will meet tonight at 730 in Reitz Union Room 349 Call Eric En rique, 375-4119. Collector: the II Baseball and Football Card Collecting Club will hold its first nieeting tonight at 8 in Reitz Uno-. Rooir B71 Call Scott. ADVERTISING Opetijonanar Open House Ilhe Hispail Student Assouation will meet tonight at 645 m'lurliigton Hail Room 1341 is a part of Hispanic Heritage Week (all Diego 3710498 Christian Worklhop: lhe Apostolic ChrisrIans Tluhing Students will discuss Satamei at tonight's meeting at 659 in Reitz Union Room 337 Call 376-053 Election.: March 8 is the deadline for applications to run in the Black Student Union's 1990-91 elecLions Pi k up applications in the BSU Office Bike Tour: elta Sigma Pi's Tour de Hoglown with 20,30 and 50 Mile bikes rides to benefit the Children's Theatre for the Deaf will be Sunday morning Registration is at 8 30 at the North South commuter lot Call 374-6654 Run: The Spanish American law Student Association's Race Judicata will be Saturday morning at9and 10, beginning at the College of Law Call Debbe, 378-7593 or Albert. 378 9264 Grads; Jewish graduate students and professionals will have a barbecuc and pool party Sunday afternoon at 3 at Villa Ravine apartments Call Sharon, 376.1125 or Jay. 376 9785 -, c Z, -Vo 176-4482 number 114 *the independent florid. ligator F nC pr s Capeoialo Inc .of Gaineaville, Ft Na Res 344s tcy Mary Shsddeh An. 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1 HURSIAY. MA1H il I iRit A l A (A Police suspect foul play in man's stabbing 85-year-old found by relative II By MIKE BRUSCELL Alligator Writer An 85-year-old man found dead Wednesday afternoon inside his Northeast Fourth Avenue home may have been murdered, Ganesville police said. Essie Camps, 1316 NE 4th Ave., was found by his grandson, Ed. ward, between 2.30 and 2.45 p., bent over the footrest of a reclning chair in his living room, family members said. After Edward called his sister, Pauline Walker, and Camps'daughter, Pearlie Sanders, they found blood on the chair, Walker said Police arnved at about 3 p.m., Deputy Chief Ron Perkins said. Family members said Camps was stabbed, but police said they would not comment on the cause of death until a medical examiner completes his investigation. "We won't know anything until tomorrow, until we hear what the medical examiner has to say," Detective Chuck Iempson said. "It appears to be a homicide Tiere was no sign of forced entry into the house, but Camps had a habit of not locking or closing his door, lempson said. Family members said they couldn't find money in Camp' wal. let, but Jempsovi said i might have been empty before he died. One of Camps' six children, 56year-old Bishop Walter Camps of HolyTemple of God, 1220 NE 23rd Ave., said the police haven't told his family much about their father's death "All we've gotten is that he was stabbed and his wallet was on the chair)" Walter said. Sanders said she saw Camps at his house at about 12 30 p m and nothing appeared wrong About 70 people waited outside Camps'house When the body was carried out, a crowd member read the 23rd Psalm from the Bible, traditionally used to comfort mourners Camps, an active memberof Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church on 510 NE 15 St since the late 1940s, also owned alawn service, Walter said. He said he was shocked rather than angered by his father's death To me, it doesn't make sense, Walter said "This family, we've always helped people and led the hungry. We've always taken in peopie to help them." a U SUe TIL i OUK -ALLAAOR Gainesville police investigators search for clues at the home of Essie Camps, who died Wednesday. Wrestling mat message takes up Senate's time By ANTHONY LEDERMAN Sen. Jill Price agreed that senators were ByATOY WrDERMA being egotistical and suggested that the mat Alligator Wer company place "UF" in big letters and 'funded After spending almost no time debating by Student Government" in small print on the $30,000 worth of bills, the spent half an he'ir debating what letters should be painted onC a wrestling mt. Sen Glen Chancy wayibibly upset as the Senate meeting went into a halfhour tailspin over what four letters should be painted on a wrestling mt, which the Senate agreed to fund. The Sports Club Council asked for $6,650 for the mat and said it did not care what the mat said as long as they received the money to buy Student Senate mat. The Sports Club Council asked for $6,650 to buy a wrestling mat and said they did not care what letters were printed on it. it. The wrestling: manufacturer agreed to paint four letters on the mat at no additional cost, the council said. "We spend a half-hour debating something that doesn't cost anything and no time debating a money bill.* Chancy said. "This is the mst trivial thing Ive ever sen the Senate do." Sen. Chris Tompkins suggested putting "UF SG" in large letters on the mat Other senators said they thought that was arrogant. Yet others supported Tompkins' suggestion, saying students only know the bad things senators ido and never theconstriuctivethiigt Sen. it Berlin then pointed out the mt wa, for practice use and wouldn't be seen by mat students. "It's just a mat in alroon big enough only for the mat,"he said. Chancy could not believe the stir this was causing. Inus Christ, we're arguing over this?" Chancy said. "ItsputUFOnthematbCaifse we're patiotic Giaore -it's 10:35 and rim missing my soipt" uses a new Taylor said. -Senators agreed with Price and passed the bill Senators also approved a bill on second reading which states that all SG-funded or organizations will have to use recycled paper starting July Another bill on second reading gave the UF Rowing Club $13,850 for new boats. UF will get eight to 10 years of use out of the boats, as -compared to Harvard, which boat for every race, Sen. Laura The club cannot be competitive with the boats they have now, which were built in the 1950s and '60s, said John Walker, the club's vice president. Sen, Frank Taylor smid he thinks the club is receiving too much money considering the number of students involved in it. "It's not that I don't want to see them get the money," Taylor said "But that's if we had all the money in the world." Bills passed on first readings included a special request for $4,798 from Accent for A. Whitney Brown of "Saturday Night Live" fame $1,048 for a newsletterfor the Graduate Student Council; $1,531 for the Student Agricultural Council to travel to St. Louis; and $6,697 for new equipment for the Sailing team. Alo at the meeting, Sen. Bret Berlin was appointed as the new Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee Chairman. And Sens. Adam Tanenbaum and Leann Scarborough were voted to the ASFAC committee. New independent leader Miranda adds voice to Senate committee By ANTHONY LEDERMAN Alligator Writer As the lone minority voice on a com mittee which appoints replacing senators and fills committee seats, new independent leader Nelson Miranda sees himself as the balancing factor Miranda became the new leader of independent student senators Tuesday when he accumulated a majority of independent signatures. He said he will represent the independent and minority interest on the Replacement and Agenda Committee As the group leader of the 15 independent senators, Miranda is enti. tIed to a seat on the R&A committee Miranda replaces Sen Charlie Grapski, who was last semester's independent leader Grapski was in a Broward County jail Tuesday night for missing a mandatory court hearing last November Grapski faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, resisting arrest and hitting a shenifs deputy, according to police and court documents hi was time tor a new independent leader to be elected anyway according to Senate rules, Miranda said Grapski could have applied again lor the position 1I assure you if (Grapski) were here hewould have given me his support, said Miranda, who is a friend of Grapski's "We talked before he left As the new independent leader, Miranda said his main goal is to get minority representation in the Senate "If I see a minority student and a white maleapply and they are equally qualified, then I will pick the minority instead of the white male Greek just to balance out the Senate." Miranda said Dean calls for meeting Architecture faculty Acting Architecture College Dean Richard Schneider called an emergency architecture faculty meeting for 11 a.m. today, according to signs posted in the architecture department office. Schneider could not be reached for comment about the meeting. Architecture Department Chairman Robert Seg. ct, who was under evaluation last week, said he didn't know the purpose of the meetingeither. Fourarchitecture faculty member said they weren't told what the meeting would be about. Segrest's unscheduled evaluation prompted concerned architecture stadents to meet and discuss getting a voice don't know motive in administrative decisions. 'They sought support from other students through a survey proposing student representation at faculty meetings and open forums with required faculty and administratorparticipation The students wilt meet with Schneider Wednesday -CHRISTY HARRIS correction The Replacement and Agenda Committee was responsible for postponing the decision about the open Student Senate seat. l AllWgator reported otherwise on this page Tuesday.

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4AIJILATOR. I IUI Y MAA II i ELSEWHERE Soviets to allow pr \(St IOW (UI'I) -Jhr Soviet parliament Wednesdiy gave Iarners the right to leave coLIet ye farms Ail It uI Ip private home,,seadl for the first time sine losei staln, brujl coileivliahio o t aIgrw uliure on yea, sago I he Iand law, passed by the Supreme Sovict ii I 4-7 vole. seeks to give farmers more incentive und joli soviet agriculture into becoming prodiulve instead of reinaminig tite A hdlles heel of the economy, requiring massive giat imports and huge capilal ivisi ments rhe law does not abolish the country's 50.00 collective and state farms, but allows peasants to set ip their own farms In lie rapid overhaul of the basic Soviet econonic and political system, Parliament approved lie im sire a day alter it established a presidency and gave Mikhail Gor bachev broad new executive powers to push through his perestraika reform program Gorbachev. who grew up in a southern Russian village and won the prestigious Hem of lAbor medal as a tIen-ager for his work on a combine, had pressed ior guI k passage of the land law I'he landmark law strikes at one of the basic prin ciples of [he Soviet socialist system, all means of Violent storm ravage C(OPI NIIAGE'-N, Denmark (LII) -Aviolent storm bfiitid :urope or a third consecutive day Wednes dai, pounding the western coast with imasiSVe Waves tha demolished dikes and swept away huge chunks of shoreline as the death toll mounted to at least 60 Ihe highest seas in 35 years whipped the Dutch coast, and civil defense units in Holland and Denmark remained on full alert filling sandbags during a lul) in (he storm because meteorologists warned of new gales later Wednesday Efforts were under way across Europe to contain the damage Workers frantically tried to repair a seaiwall m Wales, end power outages to some areas of Italy and restore contact with alpine villages in Swilzerland, which was hit by heavy snows and record 145 mph winds At least 60 deaths have been attributed to the three-day storm IS in Britain, 15 in West Germany, Ph in France, six in Italy. five in Belgium, three in East Germany, three in Switzerland, two in Denmark and one in Ireland. The European Community commission Wednesday pledged $2 million in emergency aid to victims of the Shuttle finally lifts off CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla. (UPI) -The crew of the shuttle Atlantis, blazing with the fury of an artificial sun, streaked safely into orbit Wednesday, putting on a spectacular pre-dawn fireworks show visible for at least 1.000 miles along the East Coast. Reportedly carrying a $500 million photo-reconnaissa cespy satellite in itscargo bay,Atlantis triumphantly vaulted away from Earth at 2.50 a.m. EST after a cliffhanger, down-tothe-wire countdown delayed two hours by low clouds and rain over the launch pad It was the five-man, all-military crew's sixth attempt in a week to get the clandestine military mission underway following the longest countdown in shuttle history, a campaign repeatedly derailed by bad weather, crew illness and a computer glitch But it vas smooth sailing once off the pad as the 4 5-million-pound spaceship climbed skyward atop twii pillars of 5,000-degree flame from its walid-fuel boosters, wheeled about and lined upon a trajectory that carried the ship closer to the East Coast than ever ivate agriculture production such as land and capitall are natonalized' "PeasanIwill be able to (hoose between being a collective farm member or an individual farm owner Ihe ofIcial lass news agency said the nation's peasants, accounting or at least (nethird of the 290 million people a the Soviet Urion, nowcan become private farmers for [he first timesnmce 1929 when the despot Stalin began outlawing all private farmsand herding their ownersonto collective and state farms Many peasants fought back during the four-year collectivization drive, but secret police and regular army troops slaughtered thousands Other resisters were sent to Siberia or died of starvation when they could get no grain As many as 10 million peasants are believed to have died. A net exporter of grain before the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, the Soviet Union now must import about 40 million tons ofgrain and corn a year, most ofwhich is used as cattle feed The new law, which goes into effect March 15, allows peasants to lease land from local government bodies and to pass it on to their descendants, but it forbids them to sell it, mortgage it or give it away as a gift s Western Europe storm The major part of the aid, $0 ,was to go to Bntain, with smaller amounts earmarked for West Germany, France, Belgium, Holland and Ireland Dikes holding back the North Sea along the western coast of Denmark collapsed Wednesday under the intense pounding of the waves, sending floodwaters nashing into low-lying farmland The highest seas in 35 years whipped the Dutch coast, raising fears that the ocean would overwhelm the country's multi-million dollar Delta dike system [he dikes held Wednesday, but other areas of the Dutch lowland flooded High winds and waves combined Tuesday night with record high tides, sweeping away sections of Holland's coastline, damaging protective dikes and inundating urban and residential areas. Rotterdam waterways overflowed their banks and left entire neighborhoods knee-deep in water. In Bntain, which appeared to take the brunt of the storm, 15 people had been reported dead. After being tossed in violent storms for two nights, a North Sea ferry carrying more than 600 passengers finally dock. ed Tuesday after having left Holland on Sunday on secret mission before Passing just east of Cape Hatteras, N C,, Atlantis was visible for hundreds of miles along the Eastern Seaboard, thrilling spectators from Florida to Washington, D.C., Delaware and beyond with its fiery ascent. "it was fantastic," said aerospace writer Craig Couvalt in Washington. "It appeared to be half an inch to three-quarters of an inch wide and moving like a bat out of hell ne first thing I thought when I saw that was 'God, that must be fun. Joining Navy Capt John "J.Q." Creighton, 46, for the sky-lighting launch were Air Force Col. John Casper, 46, theco-pilot; Marine I. Col. David ilmers, 40; Air Force Col. Richard "Mike" Mullane, 44; and Navy Lt. Cmdr. Pierre Thuot, 34, The goal of the flight is classified top secret, but the astronauts reportedly planned to launch a 37,000. pound photo-reconni.anc. satellite Thursday to spy on the Soviet Union from an orbit 127 miles up. TAN NAKED I.PImL i I I LOGO CONTEST YES! Student Health Service is still sponsoring the LOGO CONTEST! We've extended our deadline to give you another opportunity to win $100. The new deadline is Friday. March 9th. Entries must be camera ready and turned in to Office of Quality Assurance, Infirmary -Trailer 3. You may enter as many logos or variations as you like. For Details Please Call 392-1161 ext 283 ON Who has the lowest prices on Koh-l-Noor Products? Chestnut's that's whol Compare for yoursef. I. 2 1/2 Price! Lead Pointers "mass pa nwta t handhold #r 00sk Mlicunal# Chick Out Our Everyss Discounts O Koh-4Noor ldal Prodct. Price. 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Panelist outlines aggressive behavior By CHRISTY HARRIS Alligator Writer UF faculty members should recognize and deal with students' aggressive behavior, a panelist at an Association of Women's Fac ulty meeting advised Tuesday Jamie Fu iderburk, a UF Coun seing Center psychologist, said aggression is one distress signal students may show because of school or family pressures. "I see aggressive behavior on a continuum with other ineffec tive ways of coping, like drug and alcohol abuse." she said. "Faculty can really help by just being able to identify the problems. "Ifa student feels like someone cares and also will take a few minutes to Isten, it will help," Funderburk said Other signs professors should look for are anxiety about grades despite satisfactory performance, weight loss, a preoccupation with death and a tendency to argue Funderburk told faculty members who notice such emotional problems or unhealthy changes to encourage students to get prfessional help at the Counseling Center, Student Services or the Alachua County Crisis Center Students themselves also may reveal their troubles to teachers. Another panelist, Graduate School Dean Madelyn Lockhart, said graduate students may be even more prone to stress and less likely to seek help because they think they're supposed to be Immune. Lockhart said her students often confide in her "Graduate students tell me more of their problems than I expected," Lockhart said "I don't mind spending time listening." Lockhart said part of the reason graduate students feel isolated is that they don't have committed faculty advisers. She said many students can't always see their advisers regularly "I think our faculty have promoted this," Lockhart said. 'They're so busy getting grants and doing research. There isn't the mentoring relationship that there used to be Graduate students may start off with an adviser but could be dropped, liickhart said It then the student's responsibilty to fin another adviser [1his oi Ca tlon Lan be stressuI and Lould lead to aggressive behavior Lockhart said Marilyn Maple, Women's Faiulty Association President, said the group chose aggressive behavior as a topic for this month's meeting because of campus events in the past year, including the Sept. I shooting of a UF med icallprofessor A UP graduate stu dent who was denied his doctorate was charged with the murder Upward Bound regains federal funds Alligator Witer Federal funding released today will be a windfall for a UP program that prepares disadvantaged high-school students for college. After operating without funding for nine months, UF's Upward Bound program will receivea$204L394 grant from the Department of Education The program was denied funding last May for the first time in its 19-year history, but regained federal support after "intense effort and lots of hope," said Gwenuel W Mingo, director of Upward Bound The DOE previously denied the money, saying the program was not as competitive as others that applied for funding Mingo enlisted the support of community leaders, including U S. Representative Cliff Steams, R-Fla., and met with DOE officials last June. "he funding was reinstated last month. "Somehow we have made it. Everyone the students, the teachers, the parents -has volunteered their time to continue the program," Mingo said. "We were down and out for a while there, but we knew we weren't finished." Mingo said the first thing he'll do is put program instructors, who have been volunteering their time, back on the payroll The Instructors tutor 80 Alachua County disadvantaged high-school students every Saturday in college preparatory subjects and offer them advice on applying to colleges The goal of the program is to motivate and teach students from poor educational backgrounds who otherwise might not attend college, Mingo said The grant also will be used for application fees, visits to college campuses and a six-week summer program at UF that simulates the college experience. "Many of the students that participate in the program are from low-income familiesand will be the first in their family to attend college," Mingo said. last year, 87 percent of the program's s mBAROAIN MAThNEE'A.L O*SMORE61 0A N SATUANDAY. SuOAV A AXIOCAYS Belie idler Hover STELLA (PC-13) weosy. zseao Saisun 215 4 30 715 930 Sloen SeagalHedOr HAND TO KILL (R) W 23044530' 3 ssu msn 2Xao44s5730 945s Chive Baor NICHT BREED (R) Meid 0 W.kwayS700915 Sa Su 2 00 4 15 7 O S 15 graduating seniors went on to college. Mingo estlimatesthat less than halfoftheparticipants would have done so if they had not been involved in the program. Without the grant, the program would have continued, but it would have been harder to serve students Successful program particpants, like Audria Gilchrist, might have been affected Gilchrist, a 17-year-old senior at Eastside High School, has been in Upward Bound for a year and a half and has strengthened her college application She said Upward Bound motivated herand provided opportunities she might not have had. Mingo arranged forGilchrist, a prospective biology major, to work in the UF biology laboratories with fruit-fly expert Pauline lawrence. Now Gilchrist spends her afternoons researching and her evenings working at a fast-food restaurant to earn money for college Gilchrist would be the first in her family to go to college She hopes to attend Cornell University this fall THURSDAY, MARCH i, IE99. ALMGATR, L Organizers postpone concert By NICOLE SNEED Alligator Writer Pre concert ending recycling week will be a week later than expected because of miso ommunicaion beweern Student Government Productions, UI police -and bad weather SGP and the Environmental Action Group had scheduled three bands to play at Graham Pond Feb 23 But Recycling coordinator Tag Delegal said he discovered Wednesday that UP police would not allow them to hold the concert at Graham Pond "I can see that they might be worned about traffic and other things, but I th ink they went about it realty poorly because they didn't bother to let anyone else m on their decision," Delegal said "By Wednesday, we learned that the weather report was going to be bad so we didn't fight it UP police Chief Everett Stevens said SCP and FAG didn't notify them about the concert and that police needed tkme to find out about the bands so they could anti pate the size of the crowd Bands anticipated to draw large crowds are supposed to play at the bandshell, he said Tone Unknown and Subject wIll be performing on the South terrace of the Reitz Union in front of the duck pond Friday afternoon from 4to 6p m Charming Bastards will not be there Admission is free but EAG programs director Betsy Nicholas said she en courages everyone to bring an duminum can which will be given to UFp's recycling program 1005 Wni 373-1234 4310 Nw 2d Avenue Now 3 locatins; 375-1234 Roses 21Sa 1401 s3o-el ,g 3401 ymn flat, $149Doz 331te123 & PARKE AVENUE THE SALON his moved to 2114 SW 34th si in the 34th i Pnei V 336-7077 .a "A ,Lt LASER PRINTING: a -AtolimiltI *vlud .a. a PC Lab, 170& UnIv. 372-6500s *1a' .-.-. -S urthTain INDOOR TANNING fle Mr sdAM Ckmng. 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,A] I .I I I II AY %IaIt IioN OPINIONS ar it you Gather 'round student, faculty. stall and neigh bors. Iake a minute and fill in the lines below with sugges nonS, opinions and niticisms for UP's next president. John Lomibardi. Loribardi officially takes over Monday, although he's in town today moving his stuff into the mansion. We hope het had time to consider the issues confronting students and faculty by now and is ready to get started, but just in t N he isn't, we want to let him know how you feel. We'll be publishing stories next week on the big issues and players involved in his job, but we don't want to hog all the ink Next week, some of this space will be for your comments Think of it as your chance to get to Lombardi. Another chance is Tuesday at 12:30 when he'll be the guest of honor on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Lombardi will meet and talk to whoever will listen. If your life at UF is perfect, you can stay home alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Letters Poete L n to w asicr afou. nl -ZOO wods (i -&IO p4.e Tw N -ass rn.*m Nn.w ON w"n,.P t sw. n t case. N roU son wfltfl wi UK Wdioon!us Ken atw 1 ST44 Mt/A p C/ // A=I W*E 1EENRUE The Alligator is sexist against men Editor: A person who d iscriminates against women is sexist What is a publication that discmmnates against men? The Alligator regularly runs articles bemoaning the fate of the Amrencan woman and her shoddy treatment at the hands of the American male, but I have yet to read an article depicting the opposite scenario -women discrininating against men Isthis becausethereare no such storiesorisit because' he Alligator editor, managing editor, news editor, features editor, photography editor and opinions editor are named Lucy, Mary, Ana, Daniela, Michelle, Suzette and Tonya? H.K. Aesbuiry Galn. IN. SEC champs need better coverage Editor: I am consistently confounded by your paper. Your Monday, Feb. 26 edition is a good example. On page 15.1 am informed that the Lady Gators have won the Southeastern Conference indoor championship for the first time. an incredible feat for which they should be connmended. In addition, there is an article adjacent to this which informs me that our men and women swin teams have won their SEC championships. To my disbelief, ther is no menthon of these great accomplishmentson the front page. What does confront my vseaon the front pi picture included, pales in comparison to what I find buried In the back. in my opinion, you have fully lived up to your name -The lndependent Florida Alligator As an in. dependent you have failed to presentand represent an incredibly hard working and recognition deserving portion of the population which you serve I am in no way advocating the idea that the front page be a sports page However, give credit where credit is due Front page recognilion at home for these individuals who represent us so well has the ability to lift their spirits, not to mention mine. San O'NMlI FRESH is truly a group for all Editor: This is my second semester at IJ and this is the best I have ever felt since entering Gainesville Why? A new social group called Friends through Racial Expenences Sharing in Humanity met Mon. day night for the first time in the Reitz Union. I was attending the weekly Association of Black Communicators' meeting when I heard about FRESH. I felt something move within me when it was said that this group would deal with all ethnic groups regarding the racial tersions on campus. Finally," I thought, a group for everyone. Sitting at the meeting and looking around the room was like a dream come true. There we were, from all sorts of backgrounds, in the sane mrom, trying to overcome the surrounding tensions. I wasoverwhelmed toknowthat I was not the only one sick and tired of the "lack of awareness about each other's cultures. This group has realized that what the students on campus am facgIs nht a black o, white things It's a *black white, Hispanic Nei Oriental thing and it's about rime we all start working together instead of against each other. With all respect to FRESH, I have decided to remain a student of this university We need to focus a lot of attention to the success of this group because it does not pay special attention to just one particular ethnic group. I can not speak for anyone else, but being a part of this group is finally startingtomake mefeel that I am a part of UF. Thank you FRESH! Man Gordion 1UJF Gator victory is more than a game EdItor: There's a lot to be said about the recent UF men's basketball win over LSU. But none of it would be about winning. This victory is about staying in the game, running the race and finishing the contest. It's about all the athletes who never give up. Irs about all the fans who keep cheer ing for the team and the coach It's about all the students who keep tryingto pass their tests, write their papers and graduate. irs about all the graduates who go to work everyday and struggle to ear an Income to raise their families. It's about American citsens who tall to make life better for OL. Irs about Teddy Roosevelt who said, l'he credit belongs to the maz.who, at the worst, if he fails, at least he tills while daring greatly o thatihiaceshal never be with those timid ulswho know neither viint star del A lot can be said about the Galns w1a1ing, but toe should be said about thker hon beilg and enduring. g l P4. D. .abils. Let's he from VvoccWO ,, wi WM HE&1 Do PI .2 DOR %Q ?,N %; 0 lV 111

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March 1, 1990 e APPLAUSEAnother Word for the Clap a 0 PROMOTION from the GROUND UP SEEPAGESIX

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Or Decker (David Cronenberg) plays with Boone'S (Craig Scheffer) mind in Night * 12 Nighdar.d Center Ooooh oars' C livelBarker, often denied the master of horror, Onters thi rI li of your ImaginatiOn Once again with his latest deen t id reat ion, Night breed Craig C hefer plays Aaron Boone, a young dude plagued by Boone he has 24 hours to confess to the police The monsters resideisan underground hideout called Midian Boone goes there to face his fears but, through the doctor's deception, finds 30 bullets in his body -and finds himself dead, sort of Boone then reali/es the truth He htma res of hideous monsters 5s One of "the ni htbreed an annople w ow of hi cient, Indian race Ie tirrorire his friend, [ uroriginally inha the Bobby) nd hi before humans I khiatrist, Dr D er (David hem Now the on menhlrg) Deke ls Bon) tDtoward exti on thit si tamilies have been Decker, more psycho than ,iughtortd in ways almost idenpsyhiatrist, feels he is the savior ti, ito the dreams Boone has had destied to wipe out this mutant dreams Decker taped during rate sIL 110n with Boone Decker Nrghtbreed is worth seeing for prescribov some plils and tells the make-up artistry and special MURRAY CLOSE breed effects alone If you liked iellraiser or He!Iraiser I, Barker's previous efforts, you'll like this If you didn't, you won't It's not so much the typical battle of good versus evil, but more a battle between good that appears evil and evil that appears good It's rather bloody, but the gore is not prolonged and is interrupted with effective comic relief Barker has a tendency to be somewhat surrealistic and a little confusing If you're a fan of this genre, which bordersimorecon fantasy than graphic horror, it's worth seeing Just keep in mind that 'God Is an astronaut, O is over the rainbow and Everybody has a secret face BY SUSAN SLOME Why did the chicken rvss the road? To get a copy of The Aligator! Y__ ACS UT ITION RECOMMEND IONS EAT SMART + EAT MORE CABBAGE-FAMILY VEGETABLES. + ADD MORE HIGH-FIBER FOODS. CHOOSE FOODS WITH VITAMIN A. *DO THE SAME FOR VITAMIN C. TRIM FAT FROM YOUR DIET. SUBTRACT SALT-CURED, SMOKED, AND NITRITE-CURED FOODS. GO EASY ON ALCOHOL. W 0 MARCH 1. 1990 -S aa a a a a a a_ *a -. ....-U-*--.-rr-r a -aSThe Ladies of Kappa Kappa Gamma cordially invite the following gentlemen 1990 Sapphire Formal Mike Adonger David I cabon Mitch Mi Geoff Angell I Larry I leaton Steve Mit Keve Barkly Mark ion Terry Mor Dusty Barr Darryl Hmminger Tom Mow George Bas Brett C H evitt Tim Murp David Bell Cory I hil Chrns Nap Kevn Bihop Steve I IlI Tracey No Alan 3riggs Alex iscock crew Nor Travis Brown Randy I Iun'phrey John Nye Brook Brubaker Brian leffireys Eric Painet Boy Bryan Casey Johnson Chr Perr Mike Colderone Donald one, Chuck ICr Lucien Campi l i oiay Jowaxnm Johninor Json Can, lDon, Key Alan Poc G;arrett C apitto Greg Kirby Jack Ilihi hul Carbiener Mark Klnger Frank Rah Craig Chase im Kiessw I hIner14 left Croake Frtd Kramer Use Robin Rick Fasarnsti Chris L-aigtey Ross, Roble gren Fester John lvd Livingston m Sh, n (r4er Fox Kevin M Loihs Scot Shhn Ja'non Fredricks Michajel McClure Rich Sholt Todd cGdbrt Ton McElyea Stephen re Alan Goldberg John McRae Stephen St Glen Grifin Scotty Martin Trevor Tic Ion Grith Andrew Matthews Matt Tipto Glenn Crose George Maus Brandor Chuck IaLcy San Maxwell Steve Vail Greg I arkins Marc Meiocl Wade Vitn Jamie Harris Steve Michals I C Wells Scott B harrion Chis Michalopoulos Joe White lfe Hartscinok Sven Mnners Troy Wilia III. to our chelL hell ry by ber r yo Reim ,ri I, vigny ark u,,iilek lank, mv -It Player's Sports Club presents Nickel Beer Tenite 105 SW Inh St

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Ask a silly question .APPLAUSE wanted to know what you can do with a condom besides wear it. We got some pretty demented ideas But first, this public service announcement. PETS BEWARE! DON'T TROT; RUN! RUN AS FAST AS YOU CAN AWAY FROM YOUR OWNERS, BEFORE THEY FORCE YOU TO TRY OUT SOME DIABOLICAL + CONDOM USES' No joke, most of the calls we received dealt with making kitty and doggie social lives safer. Ray says that you can shrink a condom down a ]a Shrinky Dinks, put it on your cat and allow him to "enjoy the pleasures of life" without having to pay kitten support to every feline from here to Micanopy. Jay and his friend fought over taking credit for their APPLAUSE isthe weekly proud contribution to what someday may make a The Independent Florida Alligator wonderful coffee table book, 101 Uses For A Condom. Jay editor: denm m. reagAR says you should "feed 'em to your dog. That way, when on istail they go to the bathroom, it's already bagged." stevegtiland You've heard of balloon animals. Lisa called and ieremy helifgar asked why not condom animals? "Not only would they copy editors dan wine be cute," she said, "but safe." Safe from what, Lisa? carer ar david ridtland Tegan, this week's winner, even had his own pet conAPPLAUSE regrets the dom tip, but his veritable plethora of handy condom misspelling of Portia Taylor's name uses more than made up for it. Who knows whether in last week's John Amos story. Sting would approve or not, but Tegan thinks you should send a message in a condom, "throw it in a body of water, and see if anybody gets it across seas." Besides the SOS, he says you can fill one with rocks and "use it as a sling to knockout people that are bigger than you." Speaking of assault with a deadly condom, he also thinks you could "put itover the knife you use to kill your roommate with, so there will be no fingerprints." APPLAUSE does not condone criminal behavior. Nonetheless, Tegan wins the big prize. This week on the Hotline, let's try something academic. Next week, John Lombardi takes the reins of this campus as our lovable, kindhearted president. What should we, as the good students of University of Florida, do to welcome Uncle John to this strange and scary place and make him feel at home? Call, call, call. Now, now, now. That's 376-4511. You could win a $5 gift certificate from Tom's Records and Tapes. SUZETTE COOK Message in a condom. We Mink Sling sould approve of Tegan's idea -a different bind of S0 S. 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CoM. Back to the 5 A Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean flippodrome Watching the Florida Players' production of Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean in the snug quarters of the Hippodrome, you feel like you're peeking through your neighbors' windows, finding out secrets you can't wait to tell to the gals down at the beauty parlor. The cast's convincing performance draws you into its small-town, soap opera world, melting you down to a gossipy old woman. Ed ezyk's la documets r D a sDea n old h lub t flled bes' less 1 a wits th Al htyl n The members return to their old meeting place, the Kressnmont 5 & Dime, during a dry spell in McCarthy, Texas. This is a town where the only thing they hate more than a scandal is a communist, and the only thing they love more than Cod is a quick swig of bourbon when nobody's look. ing. The story hops back and forth bet ween 1955 and 1975, setting up the bizarre relationship between "Disciples" founder Mona (Leslie Witt and Cornelia Patterson), Sissy (Shannon Parnell and Lauren Caldwell) and Joc/Joanne (Bret Csencsitz and Rochelle Bruneau). Back in '55, Mona got to be an extra in James Dean's last movie, GCant, making her somewhat of a celebrity in town It was at this peak in her life that she claims to have gotten pregnant with Jimmy, the child of the "Savior Advertisements were even put out on the highway to come see this Son of Dean The severely weird Mona held onto her fantasy, estranging her from Joe, the only boy who ever loved her and the self-proclaimed "town pansy" Twenty years later, Joe is back, only now he's Joanne, and he's a woman. At the reunion, memorle! j re-examined, lies are u n and a life is not the point here. The glint of reality that pierces Graczyk's highly exaggerated style comes across ike a slap compared to all the fluff surrounding itis commentary on movie star idolization wouldn't hold much weight, however, without strong performances. It's easy to forget just how farcical this play is, Many times during the performance, the characters' mature and young selves are on stage simultaneously, feeding the audience bits of past and present in wellchoreographed, mirror-imageperformances For instance, the mature Mona (Patterson) starts to tell the story of her interlude with KEVN WISNIEWSKI Wna (Comella Pafterson), &ssy (Lauren Cald"e I) and Juanda tPatl Fabianv) get into anodr sCky situaton in Come Back lo the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean. Dean when the young Mona (Witt) breaks in mid-sentence to finish the legendary tale. Perfect casting enables the characters to provide complementary performances that show the passage of time. As the mature Sissy, Caldwell adds a dose of levity to this melodrama. Her performance as the brazen, tough-talking, truckstop waitress gives the play momentum. In last summer's Laundry and Bourbon and Lone Star, Caldwell played a similar type of easy-going, whoop-at-up Texan gal with all the color you'd expect from a local sassy Sissy is Caldwell's thesis role in partial fulfillment of her Master of Fine Arts degree Both Witt (young Mona) and Patterson (mature Mona) giveconvincing portrayals of the timid, confused and whacked-out Mona It's Patterson, though, who successfully convmce; you that she is the "virgin Mona of theTexasTestament," as Sissy calls her Rochelle Brureau handles the role of sex-changed loanne with grace It would have been easy to overdo this part with exccCsive flamboyancy, but she gives it just the right amount of "butch" without making it embarrassing The authentic 5 & Dime set and the disco lights that signify the trip between past and present are nice garnish on a well-crafted production Under the direction of Dr Judith Williams, Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean is set up before you like dominoes, knocked down, set up again, knocked down each time revealing more realities about the characters Leaving their home at the UF Constans Theater was a good move for the Florida Players Their switch with Hippodrome's musical production of Romance, Romance, now playing at the Constans Theater, allows Jimmy Dean's audience to enjoy the play at a personal, eavesdropping level, which is so essential to its success The Florida Players' first trip to the Hippodrome is a riveting one They ought to get out more often BY STEVE GILLILAND Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean plays at the hippodromeStale Theater, 25 SE Second Place,ati8 15 tonight, Friday and Saturday, wtha matrineea 2 15 pm Saturday For ticket information, call 392-1653 AFFORDABLE POWER ads omet PC a a any er" arsov Nh3cinIgraphics ily Ass adele MS DOS, sa4, parahtag&eamu*t standard siatUs On te Am S0 Runngaspeedsdt Base 2 8SA. 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You're in the final round of the]J lege Tournament The category is You've bet all your money The Lu jour friends went to stt Eek-A-Mouse at (entril City I hese guys were "real big reggae tan s" and they were ready in jam When they gut there, Eek and the gang werc pat king up to gohome '1 he tour guys, better known as j. rrv Sokol, Steven Robertson, Brian lloodguod and Greg Carson, weren't happy 'Naturally we were disappointed," Bloodgood said "We went out there, and there wasn't even going ti be a show Why' Wail I it ,eemed that only tifteen other pitpl showed up, arnd I ek-A-Mouse didn't think it was worth their while to have a sound check Whire was everyone? Surely there were more than 20 reggae fins in Gainesville Or wtere there' Craig (mque. the owner and manager of Central tvdci ded there weren't Then again, he had just Just a bundle on the show Our four heroes knew he was wrong, but they were still out of a reggae Sh w As it (,tasionallv will in healthy young minds, singer turned to innovation "Cinque told us that there was no reggae market," Bloodgood said, 'but we begged to dirher Sokul put it this way ''Cique told us that he hadn't been having success with reggae music, but we were convinced that it wasn't because there wasn't a demand for reggae It was because the shows weren't being promoted properly The four decided to take matters into their own hands Never again would a reggae show be canceled because of a low turnout Never again would hel pless students watch as a band they came to see packed up its equipment and hit the road "We made a deal with Craig Cimque that we would get hi m a reggae band," Sokol said A t that moment, Grassroots Promotions was born., A few months later, Sokol was ready to book the KillIer Bees at Central City, but Cinque was still wary over the Eek-A-Mouse disaster "I arranged with him that he would let us use the club (Central City) for free, and we would promote the band, pay the band, and everything else," Sokol said "We would take the door and he would take the bar This may sound like a bad deal Not only did Grassroots have to pay for the band, but also the sound bill, the band's hotel accommodations, the band's loud, etc Were Sokol and his buddies incredibly crazy) No, lust confident They knew that reggae was alive and well in Hogtown, and they wanted to prove it Now Grassroots wasn't just a flight of fancy into bankruptcy Some actual thought and planning went into the concept As mentioned before, Sokol and his buddies thought the problem was promotion These guys didn't exactly have the megabucks for an all-out media blitz, but that hardly mattered They had a plan 'We named ourselves Grassroots Promotions because that was our main gimmick -really lust to get out and meet with people," Sokol said. "Rather than just putting ads in the paper we last went out there We set out on campus with tables and music, and we were dancing and handing out fliers In other words, they used word-of-mouth, According to Sokol, they also went to dance clubs, fraternites and sororities, handing out their 12,000 fliers The object was to bring in a good reggae band and to break even It was quite a gamble Cinque didn't think they had a chance "He kept telling me that he'd buy ine a beer if we tgfl "+n' ~ -'cios By Y Ev NEWUKI Rob Chadren, Greg Carson, Stephen Robernson, Jan, Sokot arnd Boan Bloodgeod wheel and deal hI a seedy offce, dreaming of The day when mhey can shred the/r Don King wigs B Y A ND Y broke even," Soakol sale Cinque ended up buying Sokol a case, because that Tuesday night, 1,000 people came to jam at Central City just fr the record, the killer Bees usually average about 20 people ashow Somehow, the Grassroots gang qtnntupled that, and they did it with a band that, quite frankly, had seen better days Bogart said it This is the stuff dreams are made of. Many peopLe only dream of being big-time promoters, but &)kol and his band of merry men did it for themselves OK, so they aren't exactly "big time" -they didn bring Petty to town But 1,000 people at live cldms a head ain't too shabby, especia IIy for the r tirst shut at promotion. They have no delusions of grandeur Sokol isn't planning to dropout cilaw school tomtake hisname in the Promutra Big Leagues In fact, these guys aren't even in it to make money Grassroots Promotions' main objective isn't to turn a profit, but simply, in Sokol's words, "to get quality reggae to Gainesville What's the big deal with reggae anyway? There arc plenty of other types of music that need good promotion. The guys at Grassroots aren't looking to broaden their horiwons right now. "We're going to stick with reggae right now," Sokol said "That's our favorite type of music. It's great music and '.hen people listen to it, it puts them in a great party mood. Plus, because of the way we got started, the agents we've been dealing with promote primarily reggae bands, so that's all we've been presented with Another Grassroots objective is to make the shows cheaper for students For example, the average price for admission to a Killer Bees show is around seven bucks, accord ing to Sokol, but at Central City, you needed only five They don't even calL the shows "concerts." To Grassroots, it's lust a party -a central Idea In the way they promote shows Obviously, they wanted pole to have fun so they would come back in the fure. Sokoi and the others built an addition to Central City's main stage so the band could play there. "All Central City shows used to be on the side stage. Well, we went out and built an addition on the center stage because it changes the whole atmosphere," Sokol said 'It puts the band out in themiddle with everyone around them, and instead ot just standing there like a concert, there's a dance floor and areas all around, more like a party Everyone dances around and has fun ''It's more personal," Bloodgood added "By making it a party we not only attract hard-core reggae fans, but also regular people It gets around to others 'The huge success of the Killer Bees show got around to other bands They had planned to put on another small gig, but then opportunity came aknockin' Reggae veterans Third World were look' ing to play at Central City, and Cinque naturally asked Crassroots to promote it for him 'He thought we could get many more people than he could, and it would turn out good for both of us,' Sokol said They'll have to get more people, because Third World are reggae giants, They're even Grarmmy nominees Quality reggae like this comes at a high price. Sokol says it's about six times as expensive In light of this, admission to Tuesday's show will be $10. which is still less than usual To help ease the price increase, there will be an opening band, Copacetic, which Sokol describes as "a rootsy reggae band from Miami," It's another gamble for the Grassroots boys, and although the stakes art higher, the dice are fixed in thenr favor The five of them (Sokol's roommate, Rob Chaiken, is now in on the deal) are putting their all io it 'It's a group effort," Carson said Once again, they're using word-of-mouth to get a big turnout. Central City is helping them out by building a large addition onto the center stage, and by moving the lights The guys now know what they're doing, which is always a big plus, and they hope to squeeze similar success out of this show If It doesn't go over, the five stand to lose thousands of dollars. That', quite an Incentive to go bust your hump. Sokol, however' us no worries. "This noxt party is going to be so much better,"' he said. "'his Is as good as It gets.f FI/N E comes to mind, but you can't remember you start saying Hail Marys If you get t question right, you'll win the grand prnz zilon dollars and a new Nissan 300Z "'Our final answer is Alex says with gleam In his eye "This band was recently decorated by the United Nations for its on African famine relief," Your mind races You just don't know .who was that band with Stevie Wond and Michael jacksony USA for Africa That's it1 You quickly scribbleI down your answer Alex asks the person to the right of you, a fat girl from Topeka, for her answer She doesn't know HeI moves on to you "Whati USA for Aficsays the scrawl across your screen. You smile confidently "I'm sorry,' Alex says, a stupid, patronizing gnn on his well-groomed face, 'but that's Sfephen "Car Ce wrong." Michael Ilbo" Coo The geek on your "Roor Sewar arn left with the hornCity yuesday nagf rimmed glasses gets ready to answer. He can't know music. The only questions he answered nght were about Chinese horti ture and ornithology. "What is Third World" it says He's r The car and the money are his. He'll havy date every night for the rest of his life. Yc couldn't get a girl now with a winning li ticket, Your life is over The preceding story is pust a fictional a. count of what can happen if you don't kr your reggae bands. It's hard not to ksnow Third World Then again, you may not B they are one of the oldest reggae bands i tory. Stephen "Cat" Coore, Michael "Ibo" Cooper and Willie "Root' Stewart, who I1 each other in grade school, corned the 6a 1973. Just two years later, they were opening bands like The Jacksons, Stevie Wonder course, Bob Marley and the Wailers -a they didn't even have a recording contract 1976, they signed with Island Records, tl they began to redefine the way people the PROMOTION AIX MARCH 1, 1990 the GROUD LDo not panic. Please remain calm. These are not severed heads without bodies, just the Grassroots Promotions gang. Do not try this at home -these men are professionals. rc eupa music 'rd's BEA

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R~oihad by LF Miornsato and PCli ahas rlos. 355 Loll Hall, and HadI tor at uSuall advetising rito; to Cons muniate nsIc' notice$ noant dnorha to stCnt laeut Dna SI" Call iS2 0U6 0!niormat Collegiate Drug Awareness Week At UF March 5-9 A presentation by UF Head Football Coach Steve Spurner and John Reaves, a former Gater and National Football Lea ue player, will highli ht UF's celetration of the fourth annuafNational Collegiate Drug Awareness Week, March 5 through 9 The week, with the theme Get High On Life," is desi ned to educate the campus community atout the problems of drug misuse and to promote responsible decision main concerning the use of illegal substances, =ct Casperson, NCDAW director, said Spurner and Reaves, UP's new assing Wt, IN will speak in Carleton Auditorium at 7 p iii Thursday, March 9 Reaves, a former addict, will discuss his struggle with and victory over substance abuse Reaves laved in the NFL from 1972-1981, and in te United States Football League from 1q83-1986 Several activities are planned for the week-long observance, including the following. On Monday, UF professors and Shands officials will debate the legalization of marijuana and other drugs in McCarty Auditorium from 8 to 10 pm Tuesda 's activities include a concert by Bo Diddley, a strong supporter of the "u Sa No'" anti-dru campaign, atthe UFndshe at 4 p mThconcert is csponsored by Celebration 1990 The film Less Than Zero" depicting the consequences of substance abuse among American youth, will be shown at 8p.m. in the Orange and Brew. Also during the week, information tables will be set up at the Reitz Union from 10 a in to 2 p m and Greeks Advocatin the Mature Management of Alcohol will air public service announcenents on housing channel 8 All events are free and open to the public For more information concerning any of these events, contact Stephanie Oelstron at 392-1261. Students Invited To Pres. Lombardi's Welcome Par Up students am invited to the official student welcome party for UFs ninth president, John V. Lombardi, at 12:30 pm. on Thesday at the Reitz Union orth Lawn. Lombardi will speak at 1:15 p.m. and then meet informally with students from 1:30 to 4 p.m. UF cheerleaders, WRUF-FM Radio, Albert and Alberta and the UF Marching Band will participa. The event, free to UP students, is s srd by Florida Blue l4and the daCicerone. Student/ n Association. UF Disability Awareness Week Events Run Through March 15 Disabiity Awareness Week '90 begIns Monday on the UF campus and continues through March 15, with a full slate of activities sponsored by the Office for Student Services and Physically Limited University Students (PLUS) to teach students how to better deal with disabled peiyge and to spotlight resources available to them. Monday's events Include the th Annual G Paul Moore Communication Symposium, sponsored by the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, from 8+30 a m. to 4 30 p.m. in the Reitz Union Auditorium. Tuesday s events include a a physical disabilities simulation by education professor Stuart Schwartz's Excephonal cple class, wall be Tuesday from 8:30 to 1025a.m. in the Reitz Union and Disability Awareness ieek EXPO '90 from 10 a on. to 2 pn at the Reitz Union Colonnade On Thursday, "Vocal Eyes," UF's taped textbook recording project, will have an open house at the Lutheran Student Center, 1826 W. University Ave from 10 a.m. to 2 pm Also on Thursday, the Renegades, Florida's wheelchair basketball team, will play the Cater All-Stars at 7:30 p.m. in the O'Connell Center Admission to the game is .res. The Visual Aids Reading Room, Ups computer access project, will have an open house Friday from 10 a in to 2 p in in Library st, room 418. On Sunday, March 11, the Reitz Union Program Council will present the film "Beauty and the Beast" at 7 and 930 p m. in the second floor auditorium. On Monday, March 12, internationally known marine biologist and underwater explorer Richard Radtke will speak at 7:30 p.m. in Carleton Auditornum Radtke will talk about how his career has not been deterred by his having multiple sclerosis. An Adaptive Equipment Exhibit will be presented Tuesday, March 13, in the Women's Gym Parking Lot (in the Florida G m if raining) from noon to 3 p.m Alpha Kapp a si's guest Jane Christie, director o Upreach Pavillion, will speak at 7 p m that night in 215 Little Hall. RUPC will present the movie "Children of A Lesser God" Wdnesday, March 14, at 7 pm and 9.30 p n in the Reitz Union's second floor auditorium Te "Skip A Meal" program, sponsored by Students Against Multiple Sclerosis, is an ongoing event at Greek houses and from March 12 to 14 at Gator dining Students can donate the cost of one meal to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Call Andrea at 392-8829 for details. For additional information about Disability Awareness Week, contact Assistant Dean Ken biel, Office for Student Services, at 392-1261 Disablity Awareness Week is funded by Student Government Rule, Amendment Promulgation Underway; Changes Include Parking Fees, Smoking One new rule and several amendments have been proposed for the Universi rules, in compliance with the Administrative Procedures Ad. Notice of the proposed changes were published in the Feb. 15 edition of the Gainesville Sun and were sent to deans, chairmen, directors, student government and certain employee organizations and University Senate Committees Copies of the proposed rule and amendments may be obtained fromMary Wagner clerkoftheUnive ityIntheUFs attorney's office in 207 TIgert Hall, 392-5 The deadline to request a hearngon these n.le. March & If requested, the bearing will be March 9 at 11 a m. in rooms 346-347 of the Reitz Union. Summaries of the proposed new rule and amendments are as follows. TRAFFIC AND PARKING: A early price increase Is recommended r al decals as follows: Official business, $116 to $133; Restricted, $92 to $106; Commuter/park and ride (student decals), $48 to $51; Motortycle., $12 to $14. Students who work on campus are not eliible for regprivileges. The frarig a dal or permit is to be deleted. The oenewill instead be considered false registration, and the penalty will be a $100 fin. The pa I r defacing or altering a decal Is to increase from 2 to 3 naltypoints if the offense conttutn registration. SMOKING: This mile has been amended to prohibit smo in general eating areas, mtoms dor. and lobbies, except that in the latter two admin where permission to smoke is des .This atnendmnent allows area israto to more easily designate smoking or nonsmokin aeas. G: Caters fom odf-campms orpnlzatlon according to thispoposi, maybe used forspedialevenh atanyUndvarsity budding, except for those restricted for University food contractor's use. GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE Students will not be retired to meet with the rson against whom he or she is revving. The range will also include ident the vice presidents with whom the dif ferent gnervances are filed. LAB FEES. A new rule will require the following lab fees: biology and chemistry, $3.75; food science and human nutrition, $8.25 (effective Fall 1990); microbiology, $15; physics, $10. ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF. Administrative and professional employee evaluations will be changed from a calendar year basis to a fiscal-year basis. The title of Division of Personnel will be changed to Division of Human Resources. All accrued compensatory leave must be used prior to a leave of absence without for15 or fewer consecutive workdays. E ye s of less than six months are e for up to 15 consecutive dates of leUve without pay.i UN vERSITY RECORD: This re will incorporate UF calos, bulletins and brochus for the 19-I academic year into University Record. Minor Women's Issues Teonfarence Airs ibday A live interactive teleconference, "Choices. .Minority Wabmen's Pts on Equity Issues," will be today from noon until 4pm. in G-200 imer Hall. The teleconmrene, sponsored UFs Affirmatiwe Action Office and broad. cast from Tilton College in Northdake, Il, is free and open to faculty, staff and students, but space is limited. Call 392-6004 for registratori information. TH1INEXT PgWEEK CAM~ TODAY LIVING WELL SEMINAR, "Achaeving bur Wellness Goals," by Up Co ef Health and Human Nyfoance as= t dean Jill Wirnes, noon, 224 Florida Cyi. BAND CONCERT by UF Concert Band, under the direction of Gary langford, 8:15 pon, University Auditorium. ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Hybrid Zones and Evolution in Heliconius ButterifieC" by Mississippi State University assistant professor of entomology me Mallet, 3:45 pam., 211 Bartram Hall AFRICAN MUSIC LECTURE, "The Cultural Contributions of the African Diaspora to the Musics of the Americas," University of Pittsburgh ethnomusiostJ.H. Nketia, 4-30 pam 427 Grinter FRIDAY LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLDQUIUM, "Bienvenldos a eid tierr de soledad-Resistance to Growth Hormone in a l pulation Isolate of Southern Equador" bUF Diabetes Research, Educadon and atment Center director Dr. Arlan Rosenbloom, noon, 36 GrinIer Hall. FOREIGN STUDY INFO session about summer semester in Utrecht, The Netherlands, by David Colburn, associate dean and Utrecht program acadenmc advisor, 4 p in, 2014 Turlnigton Hall SATURDAY ANIMAL FAIR 90 at Flonda Museum of Natural History, with displays of snakes, snapping turtles, goats, poice dogs and other animals that crawl, hop, slither and fly, 10 am to 4 p m Up PRESIDEWIlS VISITING ARTST SERIES, performance of Mahler's Symphony No. 2 ("Resurrection") Universty Cho, Gainesville Civic Corus and Jacksonvdlle Orchestra and Chorus, 8:15 .n, University Auditorium. Takes, 1.50 for students and senior citizens and $13.50 for general public, available at University Bo Office n Peitz Union, T030 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays SUNDAY AFRICAN MUSIC CONCERT by Samte of Uganda, featuring African and Western jazz styles with traditional African instruments, 7 p.m, Thomas Center, 302 N.E. 6th Ave. MONDAY GERIATRICS LECTURE SERIES, "Eercise and AIng," by VA Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center director Dr. David Lowenthal, 11 a.m., NHCU Conference Room, VA Medical Center. WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES LECTURE, "Biological Responses of an Alaskan Tundra River to Phosphorus hr. tlzatiict by Bruce Netersion, senior Klaenlist at Marine Bioilogical Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mans., 3:45 p.m., 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE SEMINAR, of Single Carbon Metabolism W a i,* b Conrad Whigner, Munderbilt Ipleass, 4 p.m., C1-9 J. ie Center. BIOTECHNOLOGY LECTURE, -BloPhysical Studies of Bk "mboni' by ricndn's Royal Pree HoptlSchool of Mediciodeg otor DensChaptman, 4 pm., C1J. HE W Miller Healthi comtr. EARTH AY 2000 SEMINAR, "DevelopmentFa.Elionnezt &rSiL" byUP n thro plogy graduate student Nennke MCK, 15 p.m., C4 J. HUls Miler Health Center. The Unavbstya at Flndlds is -Equal Oppotulty/Affirmady AM= Institution E N T MARCH 1. 1990 EI

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* Roer A Me Oas Six East For many, the very idea of a documentary film suggests ion ages of public television or that video store aisle that's just a mere blur between thedoor and the new releases For others, it stars up memories of grade-school classrooms, where teachers wheeled in antique visions of asexual reproduction Not exactly what going to the movies is all about Documentaries may be the cinema's most suppressed art form, for mainstream America simply won't acknowledge films that explore, enlighten and educate If they're no fun, they're no good, and this attitude has long kept the documentary in the shadows of more appealing films. Michael Moore, a former four. nalist from Flint, Michigan, is doing his part to change all that Like independent filmmaker Erol Morris (The Then Blue Line) Moore has created an unusual feature njoyed siderable mercial succe is film FFn, a its recent trmwc devastate aused by a Motors and chairman, Roger Smith, and it takes an on usually sarcastic tone As a result, Roger & Me is a lot of fun, and that's exactly where Moore went wrong The film begins with a look at Flint during its timeof prosperity The city, once home to 11 GM plants, was the epitome of working-class Amer e ma very clear that sW .c urged entirely a ustry and wa a ecded C ho os major plants in int and move them to a more cost-effective location in Mexico One by one, the factories came down, and as layoffs increased and unemployment rose, Flint experienced a depression like it had never seen Moore paints a tragic portrait of Flint's newfound poverty, comCenter (372-5347) Har to KNIl, Nigh'brSi, StaltQsen f5Hart. (11 a.m. Sat and Sun, 5:15 p.m. Mo) Claom. N Draftlwun (376-6843) Look Who's TaRling Hippodrome (375-4477) The Tim Dm (Thus), Zur (if -Sun) Oak. Plne Well (331-8118) The asrch far Red Ochr (opns Fri) Bern on the Fourth of ldy, Driving Min Dey, Glory Oaks Six East (331-8818) Ski Patrol (opens Fri), Hacr Is Kill, My Lft Fool, Madose, Roger & Me, SielLa (midnight Pri, Sat), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (midnight Fri, Set) Plasa (378-2434) The Hunt for Red October, Ski Patrol (both open Fri), Mad house Royal Park (373-4277) Men Don't Laste, Reenge, Alloys (S) National Laimpoon's Chrhstms Varation (1) plete with courtle% interviews with those affected and those responsible He speaks with laidoff workers, GM representatives, a Flint evictions officer and a slew of celebrities who come to town One source hecan't reach is Smith, who remains elusive despite a year of Moore's persistence Moore tells us he wants to find Smith and convince him to come to Flint That way, Moore explains, Smith can see the decadence that resulted from the layoffs This minor quest provides a loose framework for the film, and though the structure wanders all over the screen, it eventually winds down to this attempt Roger & Me is plagued by one gnawing problem, and that's its outright contrivance We can credit Moore with accomplishing an exhaustive task, with no training as a filmmaker and a budget of only $150,OO We also can admire the extraordinary access he achieved to private functions, press events and even evictions, and his effect ie use of music What we an't accept is Moore's deliberate manipulation He has freely admitted to "fudging fadts" since the film's release What's more, hes conveniently stacked almost inappropriate quotes within the film to discredit qualified sources Sometimes it's funny, on occasion it works, but for the most part, the attempts are unconvincing The film accomplishes nothing at all, even when Moore and Smith come face to face, except to expose just a bit of hypocrisy That's ironic, given what Moore stands to gain, for under the guise of bringing the plight of Flint to the nation's attention, he's succeeded only in making a name for himself and in securing a career as a documentary filmmaker A sad achievement, as Roger & Me isn't a real documentary, but selfserving abuse of the screen BY STEPHEN NIX n-s-s .EARLY -r. PREGNANCY TEST -REFERRALS 3774947 1441 NW 6TH STREET -BLDG CONFIDENTAL COUNSELING MANY OTHER SERVICES A ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL & GENERAL ENGINEERS Can you name the youngest, fastest growing company in the United States? It's a company with a tradition that spans 100 years And the answer is AmA A. tOwi Sove. As weenter the final decadeof this century, ABB is firmly positionedasa world iader in four primary bm es aroes Thes. include power enato.transmwso and disnbuthon: environmental controls, trpolio technology. and eectcal products and sysems or industry In the United States, we have experienced phenomenal growth In the past threeyearswehvegrownfromn4C ,r tomorethn40COOwithbumneses in 65 locations th the country ars active. aggrssi, and are committed to being one of the known leaders in the power field through state-of-the-at engineering and busine applications. IN. C rNU.Me.U. -else .&W@~ for Enginernggraduae in Electriol. 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Verbal Assault On Geez, some kids give 'em a few amplified instruments and they'll blow the plaster offtheceiling True to their name, Verbal Assault's music is a wide-eyea, powerful proclamation of personal strength and conviction through song by dint of metallic organization and hardcore intensity Sound chchl? Certainly But give this mighty quartet recognition for paving its own unique sound out of the Minor eat/Ba a /Cros oast o old g o theF zi o IJ tr city( eIly a al su t sthes like the calm before t!'e storm The lulled, melodic bass lines build a tense path lined with Pete Chramiec's excellent guitar work, luring the listener in until Christopher Jones screams those agonized first words, and the CRASH the force of the entire band -volume, instrumentation and sheer emotion -falls on unsuspecting ears. From then on it ust elevates your soul and makes your body wiggle like possessed jackhammer The songs are effectively poetic wn ma g tth s ti rid in the carc in urity it me, i c In s. The production Is crisp without being too polished, which is an obvious plus, if this record were overproduced, thesincerity of this band could have been diluted to sub-Winger blandness (believe it or not) All in all, a damn good release (Recommendation to isteners. Put the second side on first) I FAM> IND Big Wh.l. East End Every once in a while I wonder just how those minute, mundane grooves in black vinyl are capable of generating as much power as they sometimes do Such was the case for the Louisville, Kentuckybased band, Big Wheel. It is amazing, I thought, how this particular disk could stir up so much emotion in me by simply revolving under the fragile touch of a sharp splinter of metal Yet after 10 minutes I stepped back from reasonable objectivity and drowned my mechanical thought in awe of these great songs. Onward. Peter Searcy, former vocalist for the legendary band Squirrel Bait, croons with a '60s folk flavor along the lines of Phil Ochs, mixed with a gruff post-hardcore growl Bad Business Frustration.? Advertise in The Independent Rondo Alligator 376-4482 Phi Gamma Delta Rush Barbeque Sunday 1:00 pm March 4th to 3:00 pm at 7 Fraternity Row for more information call 378-0926 Final Four Debate The Top 4 Oralists for the College of Law Moot court team will present oral arguments on the right to die and gender bias. The presiding judges will be 4 federal cicuit court judges, acting as a mock United States Supreme Court. Competitors: Michelle Anchors David Brennen Daniel Kaufman Jeff Hachman Friday, March 2nd 11:30 am, Law School Auditorium, Holland Hall Sponsored by Maguire, Voorhis & Wells, P.A For more information call 392-2122 SUMMER WALT DISNEY WORLD MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIPS Wal [),n,., oXrhld (I rprt stnaiivte dill Ix in c mpus F ridi \ ir(h i 1990 i ntrvitbr PARKS MANAGE NME NI IN [FRNSIIPSn ede wvck Mla,iigement miternilup Individuakll IV9 Ji m (if a ki. nmgemnr tearn icr udly Opering Mtichandise lxcinn or Attr.uI in, in illiiiitir the MAGIC KINGDOM Palrk r FPCOT (enit r rIh prlor qii i, pen to ill tudeni. in fle Sc hools tl Busmness Admuulraonl I libKral Art, mil Sciencts Iurniiin., S(mniminlicfls And Recre.itn. 'trks jnd l ourim. h upon oniplnirin of thi% mtrnhp il griduite in Deember FOR I FRI FR INIORMAII(N REGAHDING Ibis oppiruni i irtet4 stu dnrt s should contwcI the Career Resou riv Center (90 I o)2 1601 business Adminslrarion Itidents should 1ll90) 392-8787 V )AQ"73.ijf World Co. r D m ake better 9 TE N MARCH 1, 1990 I-

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reminiscent of Paul Westerburg's earlier Replacements material. Although more consistent and matured since Squirrel Bait, Searcy retams a secured raggedness that sets the groundwork for the intense instrumentation, which rocks somewhere between polished Black Sabbath-sh riffs and Husker DO's distorted pop endeavors Got it? The whole production presents an unusual sound, with the sub. tiety of Searcy's voice versus the powerful melody and rhythm, but the overall arrangement is prime for those moods of profound rock'n'roll ingestion. to Squirrel Bait, since the sound between the two is very similar One of the most noticeable differences between them is the lyrics it seems the members of Big Wheel take a more straight-forward approach to life's soulmoving occurrences (suicide, betrayal, rebellion, arson, etc) unlike Squirrel Bait's consciously ambiguous ranting All in all, East End is uncommonly intense and sincere, and that ain't no joke Note for those people with no sense of aesthetic value for grooves on stabs (or just lackoFa turntable), East End isalso available completely grooveless on CD, so there's no reason not to pkr Inevitab wil be compared chase thisfine release fill BIg Drill Car Mbum Type Thing Ya like Soul Asylum? If so, get your pants filthy and dig far into the underground sections to search out Album Type Thing and find out just how far this sound can be taken I saw this band open up for All i Tampa and was so immediately impressed that I coerced my roommate into buying the record (certainly the most efficient means of attaining sounds') It would beessentially correct to categorize Big Drill Car's music as power-popprogressive-post-punk for those who need labels to hear music, but who career This is the kind of rock'n'roll that makes you smile and feel happy to bealive to enjoy it, it induces you to thrash and flail and laugh like a dork while listening to it loud in your bedroom Under the influence of Doughboys, Descendants, All, Green Day and recent 7 Seconds stuff, Album Type Thing is assuredly worth the money you (or your roommate) dish out for it If anything, this record sattates all cravings for good structured rock without much greasiness under the ears (for those who prefer tighter inspiration) Frank Daly's vocals are so incredibly smooth he could sing Sim Whitman's elegy (when the time comes). The guitar and bass lines are filled with hooks so strong you could hang upside down from them, pop organiation blended with hardcore noisiness and metal licks It's light enough to be played during dinnerand heavy enough to keep you up all night before a final Could you ask for anything more? BY JONATHAN RESH F Get a Jobil In tek Alligator classifieds. F LEARN ABOUT AIDS -call (904) 372-4370 oer rnerks Happy Hour 4pm -10pm 990 Drinks $2.95 6oz pitchers M 1702 W UnIv 12nd noorUF Final "449M Friendship Service lAradermhup r fl ---------(1 oI, EMH IU d d -4 Friendhip Sernce leadr'hip Friendship Service Iadership EG T P&E GdYr low 1a 1" 1 < ,1 IVOR THOMAS Friendship Service leadership A a a, A Friendship Servo leadership Vnendhip Servie leadership Fnerdshp FOR LUNCH, TRY SONNY'S Enjoy mouth-watering pork sliced thin and piled high on garlic bread, served with Sonnys famous barbecue beans and a jumbo soft drink NtN 2700 N. Waldo Road 3610 S.W. 13th Street 95 REAL PIT BARB-Q Servinglunch dinner 11en 930 m (Sun Thur) andiuarm 10Fpm (Fri &Se) 3635 S.W. Archer Road U.S. 441 at 1-75, Alachua zItaNTI F*MT IMI CMTN ANi PU S4 Sti hctadi Lowry Mzics Pidly Ahnes SUICIDE STREET #.M"rvd pm ANN I"f **Iml ti a smid KJAM CAL M *4U -ME STMI Mns w ii 4m -w 'A''"---'k NOiNS -GS 1 4 51MAhtCENI 'I Lu parlor W W-A{AR '372-7277 krnt a car ftom $69 WMA Lanait Raies Guaranteed we aD4SCOtwe r --*A ----V PI C -Us A W 091ssAW idall Twnui at TA&SI 2fl-129 ST PEFTEEACR 30-s424 m(tc ram a e ,o AL~74 MEAN IMS**EE 3e-444* ST PETEICL AmRPORT 5O02* (Irsd TeMna) SARA8OTA A~tPRT 355-46 I s oA I 7410r SAUI. I. i4 -ON12 --hland TSn F.( < fl274l* Qa' .7116$ 1rost1+ U-5 ltntr ammeT -e vua e cn -' C1Fair lO VlniMC a DOD -r 1-22002 toolA~ 1I LASs CA4M25 cunhachd imil I am Ir tow 1 ME SI FREEI W, PURCHASE 6" SW A c,, Fc 2pmn 2am Mor Sit -int one O cuspoer No n Mm aii" BEER WINE U POOL TABLES I DARTS I PINBALL I 'Ran' DRAFrr OF )PAF Exp"s 3 4 90 ---M" F p Foreign -NDomestic Alternators .11Sterters Discount Prices As Low As $19.95 .'VM 61IEC1IUCAL CWECK. WTih Purchase LA AC SS 9NW 8th Ave. FUfl E LE VE N Why did the chicken cross the road? To get a copy of The Alligator! a 12 H, C C -t 14 nae hp I

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OUT ON THE TOWN Restaurant & Entertainment Guide Bob Evans Serving i tph-t bre ikfia lII I & INNer i ij N I eeKda brtaktasi p, 11ib, just 2 0, You won t have IN go hopie It, get home cooking' LOCaILI Ott Ar Cher Rd near I 7, behind the Mit 6 Ope IaAr to I) pm Sun Th, IId 6 in, to I II) pml Fri & Sat Hometown Restaurant I nP! n e k lkite, only ,; z'T II bakod Ir 11 rrm I i rati h y e rv mLrIN, ln g r I Ih, bwe eattre the t t Jl I I I f 'ie th bury, I, I1 'I'[d sI ede nh i', and hmn i, 0upT b hib \,k your friends rI, the bet in in ton' Open 7 die a weyk ], r mng } oreIt epnkners rano I a m N Sat' 1214 N Nam I.~~~~ fl t lagL ter 17I 2110h Ivey's AoiF, ordinary For a rdafrehiv 0 t pio g t.r jcrince ih mitmate Ithiig try breakfast lunth or diner at kcv Grill Exten,'e pbreL ast MIeI homemade soup large tesh IaI id sandwiches and burgers for Lin. h and dinner Fresh seafood, Iken and astadistesaisoat dinner OrcoI inforadecadent dessert with espreve or appucino Ieer and wipe it Open 7 day a week MC VISA AMEX 10 iA Uriv Ave 171 43 Joe's Deli Home of the two-foot Gatortail' Daily lunch specials MF at all locations Campus. 4thSt 13thSt Free Delivery, 377 5637& 37S 5637 Snuffy's Restaurant and Lounge 1017W University Ave 376-88 Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour met burger', steaks, chicken tenvaki. baby back nbs, seafood, salads sand wiches, and New England clam chow der Relax and enjoy your favorite cocktail in our casually elegant oungeo Open (M Thus), 113K) am-Midnight (Fri & Sat) I30 am-2 am Sun), pmII pm I Lappv low 17 pm MC, Visa &AmXA The Mill Bakery, Eatery & Brewery Full Bar, fresh brewed beer Celebration hour 11-7 daily Expanded Patio with live entertainment Thurs & Sat nights Oaks Mall Plaza David's Bar-B-Q DeIIIu mii waborig Piar RQo beIf, pork & rib & hekl I fage p p 'onil sCab AN tIr I Mofirto L Po.nI in Gotr, IIreenbieks wn he road firm Sania Ft C ( 3121 NW eain 'Ae 373 2(912 Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q For taV beef pork hokoi aid rib, tonic I *nnv Ao ir DI At It, t It II I NN I'Sua Ih & I L I 1 0 (P 1 .,n) 2700 IN NIA do Rd ThdIS W Rib 4 St II> Ardher Rd U S 441 iI 1 7r, I oaca Caribbean Spice IlrQI Univ Ave 7722 M F 108 Take out restaurant pysialmog in I oaoilii patties Vegetaran trin, Avii table )a, I v Lii rich Special 199 Fresh IU tI es also available The Philsophy Store Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W Univ Ave 378.6370 In the tradition of bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th & 1th centuries Gourmet coffee, by the bean or by the brew Espresso, Cap pucciO, & numerous exotic coffees from the world over Many varieties of tea, too I0am-10pm Mon-Sat Skipper's Ice Cream Cafe' at"7 CALORIE DIET ICE CREAM r Over 20 original Colombo yogurt; at one time Delicous -lomemade Ice Cream OAKSMALL PLAZA331-7547 Toby's Corner A Ganesville tradition continues A warm Country Inn settig featuring unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and pasta specialities Tableside flambe' desserts & cof fees Dinner from 5 nightly Lunch from 1110 am weekdays Reservations recommended 101 SE 2nd Place 375-7620 MC/VISA accepted The Club Cafe Cainrsvilles healthy alternative Generous Portions prepared with an emphloas. on low cholesterol & law sailt & high fiber All f',d are oil free Choose from a variety of mu ffis bagels soups salads, pasta, potatpoes. sandwiches, fresh fruits, yogurt, granola & smoothies Try ouri ew gnlled chicken or vegeburger sandwiches Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner Mon-Sun Inside the C'Nille Health & FitnessCenter Westgate Regency 377455 Leonardo's 706 Experience the Renaissance, progressive pastas and fresh fish in an alterniative atmosphere Offering Thai Chicken. Cajun Shrimp Corgonzola Alfredo, Shrimp Pesto &Calmforna and Chicago Style Pizzas DaVincis de light Afterwards enjoy homemade desserts, espresso, cappucdno& a terrific wtne list Mark Newman chef 5Th 5-10 pm & Fri & Sat S-l Ipm 706 W Univ Ave 378-2001 Manaro's Since 1955 "Somethingsneverchange fortunately, your good taste and our consistently delicious Italian food Open 7 days Dinnerservedfrom 5pm Gaiesville's most popular Italian Ren. aurant for over 30 years Casual attire welcome Fresh dishes daily including chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & hmemade desserts at affordable prices Cocktails, fine wines and b.r available Only 2 1/2 miles firom campus (east on Unv Ave ) 2120 Hawthome Rd (SR 20) Drection/Resrahons call 372-4690 Ashley's Mexican and American Restaurant Butler Plana 175-4064 Jumbo Margari tax are our SpecNIay Open 7 days a week Monday thru Saturday 11 am1 15 am and Sunday from I Fm 10 15 pm I lappy F four daily II am-6 pm DAILY SPECIALS Monday Long Is led Tea Iunbcs 54 95, Tuesday Sea on the Beach Jumbos 495, Wednesday Jumbo Margaritas 4 25, Thurday all Import Beers9e, Faita Combo Dinner for 2 only $7 95 on Monday and Tuers day We accept VISA and Master ard El Toro Mexican Restaurant 1723SW 13th St Great Mexican Food 7 Days No Brag-just Fact La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant G-vIle s newest authentic Mexican re, tourprnt COur family restaurants have been serving the Suta r 16 y Serving daily lunch Specials I lam 230pm &deliciousdinnerentreS5 10 weekdays & 5-10,30 weekends Come in & give us a try' 7038 NW 10th PI (between Service Merchandise & Mr Hans) 332-W78 Market Street Pub Fine handcrafted meats & sausages, imported beer in a uvaial English Pub atmosphere Located downtown 120 SW Ist Ave 377-2927 Murphy's Pub Daily Specials Deli Sandwiches A Ice cold beers' Billiards, Darts and Video games Happy Hour 4-7 Daily Mon Thur 1lam-I2pn. Fri Sat 1lam-lam Sun lpm-10pm 5112 NW 34th St across from the YMCA pool 3724751 Red Lion Tavern & Grill TWOFORONE DRAFT BEER FRIDAY &SATURIDAYNIGHT Ourfoodisstill lousy but our beer is getting colder Gill open 12-12 Come in for a so-so time 2413SW 13th St 3784320 Shelley's Tavern Dancing Barmaids Nowopen at 11am for lunch Pool Tournament every Wed Daily Specials 69C SW Archer Rd Capt'n Louie's Galley This week Ieaturng LIb Alaskan snow crab legs Includessalad, potato& hush puppies for$99 3i N W I3th across from Knapy Krome LaFitte's Seafood and Raw Bar II S E 1st Ave 372-9928 For 10yearsofferingthebestsefoodin CamesvillIe Blackened, Broiled, and (illed Seafood Pastas, Bar-B-Que Shnmp, I unoA Caviar, Oysters,. Stone Crab, Steak, Chicken and Quail Nightly fresh specials Every Sunday, Monday & Tuesdav night All Thecarlw, Mustard, Maryland Style Crabs You Can Eat' Lunch M-F 11-3 Dinner i 2, M-Sun Now taking reservations Purple Porpoise Oyster Pub 728 W Univ Ave Happy Fiour4-7pm M-F Oyster Floppy, Flour 2-4~pmo daily and 7 close Monday Night Drink spscals every nght Lunch speosh 11am2pm Thursday 8-10 Coors Light 25c and $2 0 pitcher La Concha The flavor of Key West right here in Gainesville Spanish and Latin American Cuisine M-F 1lam-B30pm. 4W,2 W NewberryRd Plaza West37s-4a 2 Great Steaks Beef & Spirits For the besl steaks and prime rib in Gainesville You cok over a aickory charcoal grill or our chef will prewe yOa dinner Chicken & Seafood tool Opendaily-10 2forI weldulnbi& dollar drafts from 5-7 p.m. 6-pound chamlege 2310 SW 13th St. 374301 Tim's Thai Restaurant Bnngs you the "est Blend ca the Onet Open Mon-Sat Closed Sun Via MC, AMX, 501 N W 23rd Ave 3725424 TWELVE MARCH 1, 1990 For Information Regarding Out On The Town, Contact Lynn Spinello 376-4482 ary 71 1 wW 11 r Fill 1, rf 11 1 Saw 11 NI itim A6 LA xNaw s Ll SAaw *A is Li x3fial M60 7xissiffi All

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SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOMAPT ONLY $2601MO LYONS APT 4000 SW 20TH AV 3774797 a 0 1 INCREDIBLE Efficiency Apt Starting at S145 Starting at $235 12 Bedroom CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 110 MW 39th Ave 378-3 8 375-381 Cenc Our New SpeclaiAll Ameillie. Available F URNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommales Available We r No I REGENCY OAKS 370 578 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 Pool SW i, Street Dimp you ronmmale Gel a 2 bdr for The pIce oi Oro Pool tennis, sauna, WI room Stonerdge Apts 300 SW 34 St 3?5 1121 4 3045 2 1 Odrio n Oxiord Manor apt lotr rWnl. Wry clean avai immediately, save money by renrng ow please call Kim 371 2037 or 3151626 3 2 6 2 Surmmil House nice 2bdr/as Avaiable May Walk to VA/ShandalCampusl 3353560 Leave a message 3-5-5-2 1 2 rile to campus Trees, quiet neighborhood Clean newly painted 2br apt, dw washar/dryr hookup, $350imo Call 373 029 3 9-9 2 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/AfTl. CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOLice 2bd,2ba apt. Camelot unfurn Fireplace. barber quo, pool view $550nmo 373-48fl any time 3-1-10-4 1 bdr apt avail March. walk to UF. 23unfurn or $25glWum Call Tom 33IO29 3-7-11-4 THE LAURELSI Take over payments May through August Fumished dresser. .te*gk, twien beds and own bath $250/month A utlItIes CALL TODD 3359292 3-2-5-4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Sublet 1bdiu v Windlmeedows March through July 372 0752 leave message 3 2 5 4 WOWi Hawaiian Village 2bd/2ba LARGE apt Sublet for $440/mo sum C Ae option o renew' terms Negotiablei 372 346 3 25 4 Oakbrook Walk lux ea9 Close to UF 2bdr/2ba turn $190/mo Shore room Call Maids a 336 9969 3 5-5 4 Summer Sublet' n/at needed early May Own bdrm in nice 3bIM apt I 1/2 miles from IF ONLY at45Mo Don lose ouli 335 8723 3 2 4-4 Sublet lbdr in 2bd '2 ba SW Apt $155/mo, no sec dep Take over lease, low thru Aug Call Bob at 335-9092 leave namenum 3 6 5 4 S ROOMMATES Need 1, 2 or 3 mmml. for 3bd;2ba apt in Three ose lust 4 bike to campus micro wave paddle fans wd facities Call 378 1655 3 5-10-5 One month free Sublease 5 months Townhouse 2bdr 2 1,2 be and much more $217/mo for into call Glenn or Steve at 332-2568 3 1 5 5 ASAPI F student needed 10 share nod house in, NW All amrene torso fron, UF S I60/rmonlh I /3 uIL Martha or Jennifer 376 4138 3-1-5-5 Need A Rmi ? Avail NowI F N'S owntion fullIbAwasher dryer Oxford Manor Rent nogo Call 377 6034 3-2-5 S Female to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in SW Area, fully Furmahed washer'dryer $225/mo A 112 OiL Call Gwynn at 335 6273 3-9-10Roommate wanted in a spacious apt $ 132/mo 1/3 util Call 37S-3211 3-2-a 5 M/F rmlt needed for 3bdi2ba house w/d. dw ac $17/mo, 1/3 until 372-3895 MAns roommate needed to share 3bd/2ba house Washer/dryer. 5 miles from cam pus $1 S0rno .1/3 utilities deposit Call 375 0189 3-5-5-5 WE WANT YOUi F for own room in 3bdr NW home, 112 to uF. w/d so cable, nice yard 114 Uilt, $160/mo 378 4827 Misty Christian male seeks same Rans) to share mobile home Owt room and bath Pots nag StIS/mo si and Iasi 33-109 any time 3-2-3-5 Gs"REAT DEAL Spacious Apt own bdr/ba. Swimming Pool, Tennis. Club House Pets ok $2S0amo NO DEP Call 336-0550 or 376 8365 3-2.3-5 Roommate Wanted to share 3br/2ba condo in Sparrow on Tower Road $1 75smo A 13 ut CallDrew as 332-8436 leave Message 3-6--5 N/S F rmrnate to share nod/n 112 be apt 3 me tron Shands Wid, dw, ac, ile Sae ouN student pilt. 8200'mo A 1/2 tOll 335 5a9 3 6s 5 Room in Forest of the Unicorn townhouse for F. pool, sauna. all amenities net $250,fmo A 112 utll 3f-3564 3-13-10-5 Room a Dat In NE House N/S Cet h/acwashdry. no lease, $1olM A 1/2 ut Call Dave after 6po at376-46H9 3-7-5-5 0*F/M roommates to share 4bd'r house Own bed, wid, dw, ac, Hot tub Smallpets ok 1l75mk0po utol Jim at 30483**flfl 3-7-5-5 SPYGLASS Need rmmt ASAPI 3/bar. lurn $225 A ulil Wash/dry*wn room/both aot mnth freely Call 335525 3 Il. 6 FOR SALE Alpine Kenwood Sony and 30 more brands are all at our New toCationi Car Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 SI 312 2070 4 30-75 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the old.et, beat and lowest prced car eterso store In town 372-2070. 2201 NW 13 St Rockford, Foegate, Yamaha. Pioneer, Infinity. Kicker, Code Alarm The Best Car Storla inataller. In lon Car Stu. rao to Go 375-134 4 30-75 6 CAR ALARMS installed remole control any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Call 336-9193 aludent Iv message 4 30 72Car Alarme, Autopag. Chapman Nome and Car Stere-. Pioneer, Senaul, Sher. wood, and more We Beat All Pricedt 375-3754 4-30-0 MICRO CENTERt Computers 376-,1.6 Editors choice CenuAdd Northa H A Price sames or lower than mail order Systers below include imb 40mb 2am.), graphics rfonilor, MC286 2 $1195, PEckard Bal $1295 MC 38ex $1495, Norrhgate 3820 $2399 PS 286 laptop W hd A battery $1999 COMpuAdd 810 W/ 20mb A graph PCs monitor $970 1 A 3 year earranti.s Onsite waranies Panasonic 11S printer $1S as P Laser Jet lip 11040 4 110 SW 34th St 1308 W Univ Ave 430-656 COMPUTER Magnovox 286, 12 Mhz *CMB (2rsj Hard Drive, 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB) 3 5 1 44mb Floppy Drive, 14 VGA Color Monitor ( 31 dot pitch) 16-btt VGA switch able video card MS 005, 4 01, WBasic DOS Tutorial, I yr warranty $1589 PANASONIC Letter Quality Printer, 2 yr printer $305 1124 warranty WORD PERFECT 5.1 Latest full version students and faculty only $135 ELITE #335-1300 Fanatic Lite Viper Sail board, entire gI plus Thule racks all in great shape. Hardly used $950 Call 378 0590 Lv Msg 3 1 a-s SPEAKERS 2 M Ah 15N IS10, 2 M 8 M S'pl acc $125 obo 332-7941 Steve 32-S-B Urilvega Grand Rally 12 mapeed bike Shimano components 25 inch fame New sell for $650 Askig $200 or will trade for a mountain bike 371 3834 3 2 5-6 Micro A stand 'Like New$400 Kngsile mattress, bog spring and feame 'Like New" $350 Misc living Pm turn Will be avail around March 5 Cell 373-4763 and ask for Kim 3-2-5-0 ALPINE Equaletrr (3213) A SOX2 bridgeable amp(352B1. like new. Together only 5275 obo Great for adding subs Call 31 1145 32-5-6 TANDY 1000.x 2 720k drives. time dare chip. 130A printer, color monior wt stand Nice system Oan 3311-1352 $995 00 obo 3-6-5 COPY MACHINE Shrp Z70 persona cop oer. retale for 1700, excellent shape Will take best offer ph. 3734M 3-2-4-6 Sony CDX 77 brand new 375 Rocklord Fosgate-2 ir punch i tuned enclosure 8300, 2 IV punch pro $400 Call 336 "54 3-5-5FUTON A FRAME SALEI From only $200 per set Call MI 377-MW 3-13-10-4 ClassIficatIons 1 ForRnt-Fumlished 2 For Rent -Unfurnished 3 tbbil Horn0s For Ronale 4 Sublease HoU5/sApt. S Roommates 6 For SalS 7 Real Estate 9 gAuos 9O ANi0 to vsm if SNOrtcS 12 Typng services 13 Hel~p Wanted 14 Business Personals 15 Personals 16 Connections 17 Noc IS Rides 1s Pets 20 LostlAFound J When will your ad run? Classifieds will begin TWO DAYS aler They are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of time and be cancelled at any time Sorry, but there can be no reunds for cancelled ads FOR SALE KOKOMAMA Imports from Africa Beauty supplies Mention this ad and get 20% olf select clothing Good thru Mar 15 615 W Unly 336-9397 3 2-4 8 MOPED $225 378-1300 Cassidy F urn lure & Appliance Gift. General Merchandise New 8 tLseO Buy & Sell 534 SW 4 Ave 3739505 3 13-10 6 Sofa with matching chair and rocker plus endtables -$100 Two table lamps $10 Em 372 3730 3 6 5 6 Glass Table and chairs Bookshelf Re Inning Chair Full aire bed and dresser Must Sell ASAP if merested call 377 3100 3 6-5 6 Waterbed, queen sermiaveiess Side padding. gorgeous. .c/corid sel1 really cheap $200 Obo Call for more into jef 335 552 35-6 TICKET TO COLORADO Fonly, Mar 15 25, Gihe i.Denver, roundtrlpuVo bo Call Jen 373-6492 3-5-4-6 SAILBOAT. Laser I 1985, ready to sail trailer Included FAST and FIJMl $2000 376-753$ leave meage 3 6-5-6 His and hes2" ten Speed bkes excel len cond, $80 each 335-1142 night. 302 0501 day 3-1-2.6 One ladies Rosa beachruiser, good cond a" e la4e Swtrn loap like new $125 ec Call 378-4555 3-2 3-8 E. How to place a classified ad: In Peraon: Cas, check MC or VISA Tne Aligator Office Is w UIiversity Ave M F Bam 4pm Main Bookstore Hub Customer Service Desk M Faam 430pm Retz Union Cashiers Ofice M Fas,, ,pm Sainn Spm Sun noon SAn Medical Bookstore Shands M F lam-4 30pom By Mail: USE Form appearing weekly in tie Alligator Sorry ne csi by nal MC VISA or checks only By Phone 373-FIND: Paymnrt by VISA or Masiercard ONLY ive Wty minimum A F830 4pm Q How to correct or cancel your ad: cancellations: Cal373-fIND Mo F 6 4pm No 'unPd can be given Alligator error,: Check your ad the FIRST day 1 riras Call 373 FIND with ary crrecrions be tore noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORECfLY Cor recied ads wil be easerded one day No refunds or credits can be DVn afier placing he ad Changes called in after the irar day i not be compensaled Customer error or changes Corrections must be made in person at The Alligator otice BEFORE NOON There, wil W a $N2Icorrection iee FOR SALE Pioneer pull ou car stereo w2 100 walt Jensen SX speakers $250 Call 336 6234 ask on Bill Will sell separately 3 2-3-6 Roundtrip ticket from G villa to Charlotte NC, $150 Mar 16 -23, Call Kelly 373 4107 3-9-88 Twin bed we frame 50, cons TV $100 wins lop bike $30, sori turn All good cond All obo Call 336-0282 3-1-2 6 Oinn table A 0 chairs $120. Couch and Love chair $120, Coffee table $40, 2 ain pIe beds $50 302 7923-after 5 pm 335 6217 3-2-2-6 For sale VCR 95. and Sharp Carousel 11 microwave oven 565 Call 395 8019 any lime 3-2-2-0 Must sOtlil Couch and ioveacat $0 table and chairs $00, bench and weights $25 372-8150 ask for Lone NEGOTIABLEI 3 5-3-a Black Jaw moped 4 8s1t Only 570 mile, Runs bad Good 4 pasts 395-7083 eve nnga Ask for Randy Best ofert 3-7-5-6 BICYCLE. 24Beach Cruiser, Mongoose 12 epeed. LIke New $$ Ask For Jason 375-003 3-7-56 MUST SELLI Sherwood 140w amp JVC 100 amp, MGT alec crossover, 210 woolera, cust spkr box-mint truck. ingeob everything cheap 371-6704 3-9 7Ticket 4-sa -S Break r/T Tampa to Chlcag. Mar IS-22 $125 obo 373-9940

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I H I RSIAY, MAi( H I IFEALlI(AIU 1) 7 REAL ESTATE PRIME U LOCATIONf 15 room house CH)AC Geod condItlon' Renled Investment/frelernIty/other $130,000 376-6652 owner 2-7-42-7 TOWNHOUSE 4*RZ 1,2 BA eal in kilcher pool tennis washer dryer For osI of Unicorn, NW area easy financing 374 5401 3 1 21 7 Assumable/No quality Ibd2 1/2 Ca 1wnhs $4000 down 647 900 MCPHER SON REALTY Realtor 375 1021 3 1 6 1 MIl Run Townhouse 2bdr/2 I/2 be washidry partly turn, Ig bay window AskIg $44 500 Call 372 4293 3 2 5 7 8 MOTORCYCLES 160-Red Tomas Moped, Perfect condl Ilo only 900 ml $475 Call Jose 375 3187 3 1 4 8 Orange and Blue Insurance now covers motorcyclesi Low rates. low payments Fare ider discounts fasl driv.lhru Far ,iCe 377 2277 3 12-10-S 9 AUTOS 1988 Mustang 20K m S.pd, 4-cy. loaded NADA Retall $7575 Asking $6000 Bank FInancIng avalable I 483 6247 3.1-5-9 86 Honda CEA Spd. auroo buy now or take over payme.nts, good cond mutt sell 472-4041 34-10 9 80 Pontiac Grand-Am uctillent condi tion low mileage $ls00 plus lake over payments 335-00I or 372 3130 3-2 5 AUTOS 1989 Jeep Wrangler driver 5 mo low hols, l'kerew bloktw black Top Fart cassette Paid S10000 Sell lor $8500 377491/ 3569 84 12 GT rurbo Mustang T Tops lImIted edilion A'C low miles, fully loaded excocond ,must see Asking $4700 Call 332 5290 3 2 59 1984 Mercury Lynx 2 door hatchback 4 speed em/im cassette 4200 moves aac $1800 Obo 371 4923 nIghts and week ends 3 2 5 9 ORANGE ANO BLUE AUTO INSURANCE low rate low payments Fast drive thru service se habla Espanol 377 22/7 37 CARS We Cara 312 09 1945 Cavather Converribte Black aut 0 Power everything New slereo/cass crest cond $5000 Call 336-3820 3 6579 VOLKSWAGON RABBIT. 2000R, with sun roof, ac $850 Call 376-4936 leave message 3 S 4 9 1970 TOYOTA CORONA, Station Wagon Original Owner, Excellent Condition $1100 375-7535 Heav. message 36 5 70 Chevette, 4-door automatic runs good. good radIal lires,. $400 Call 372 5909 3-22-9 6 CHEVETTE P/S, AIC, AUTO 4DA AMIFM CSSTE 579 Great condition AskIng Sf00 372 4129 32-3-9 VW Jet GLI 1985 4 door. 5 speed 30mpg, great shape nside/out, depend able sporty transportation $4900 obo (Mark) 373-9883 3-7 5 9 373-FIND BUY rr. SELL if. FIND IT. AllIgalor Classileds allow products, sorics, jobs, etc to be listed n a dim"-"to mfl. it EasIe for readers to find your ad A simple larm explains Wh. step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help you deirmIne the cost Our Classified Adtsstng staff will be happy to edns. you AllIgator COlssifled may be placed In a number of ways: It ifyou ham, a valid Mastercard or Visa. you Clan place your ad by tlephoning 373-FIND between 800 and 4 00 pm 2. YOu can mal your Alligator ClUsified form (with Ohck, money ordr or Ma"twcWdisa lnformatIoni -no cash, please) to Alligator Classified. PO Box 14257 GaInesvIlle, FL 32604 3. You om place your ad in person by coming to our otto. at 1105 W Unely Am.,between am and 4a pm, weekdays Our tried. ItendIF st lb wlb glad to help you wOd your ad 4. Yu a pac your ad n prson at "remol locallons. wne of The Alligators convenient ON CAMPUS LOCATIOm: Main Bsat., Hub Medial Bnate, Shand. aine UIjA, Cashes Office RoomI I M F Sam -4 prk 8 Fm -4 pm an -9 pm Sot Noon -9pm Sun oon -apm AUTOS PLYMIRELIANT 1986 0000 CONDITION PHONE 377 6463 $3800090 3649 82 Buck Regal It blue 4dr good cond ps pb C I'll steer Pioneer stereo 671h Mi' $2000 Call 376 0253 leave message 3 10 WANTED Local ANist needs GOLD Gems Class Rings ETC Top S or trade Othe s Fire Jewelry 373 9243 4 30 /5 T0 WantEriC Claplon ticket at Omni Atlanta Good seat only (not behind stage/2 miles awayl) Call Jeanne at 373 2351 3 2 5 11 SERVICES NW Mo storage at 1 75 & NW 3th Ave near Oaks Mall area 5 a S to 10 20 from $20 0% dac tostudents 332 8917 4 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NW I0 Ave 372-1S4 MC/IVSA/Insurance Free Pregnancy Test Member National Abortion Federaon SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Got confidential picng and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 4 AAA STORAGE Close to UF Conveneni 4x44 $1 Sjmo 4XB88 $25mo 533 SW 2nd Ave 371 1771 -u I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II!! I I I I I I I SERVICES ** GATOR MOVING ** F 1I Serv MovSoragePackm 'lrm'se Full DayslvEs long ds L'cdrls HarryF ll34 4191 4 30 i5 11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM A Ins sons A boarding woodl5r faclities hay rfdes parmls A sales working Student accepted 466 3224 375 080 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional Movng/Packi ng & Supplies I liear House lull L ee I/rg da i/n Priced or SudenTio Ma 375 MOVE 4 *FREE* Pregnancy Test Camnsill Wnnmens HEALTH CENTER 720NW 23rd Averue 377 5055 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services MOVING Resources student W/ full size truck will bearlany price in town 336 9461 3 8 30 11 Credit Card guaranteed acceptance no security deposit, write S Marion, 1100 Tudor Or Dept A 1 G ville. 32607 38 CALL CJ THE DJ'S pro DJ service a 375 8483 3 7 10 11 STRIKE GOLD Wilh the PC Las Gold Card unlimited use of computers A software F994 months 372 8500 34 5 1 1 ---~m m -$ m 4 Fo I I7 I ( r I D FI I r"i _a~~ Fo 0" 13 S I i I Ie I g[ I --I -I -1R ,ont aed, ,(ieeee ---.s mm nc sai. ~1.a in as en _-. 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'5em ., I a sSr ml 18 IP i dein se II",' I I -asns SERVICES a*ANEW TAX FFtRVICF*A* AtIrd aTes *5,*OTtA I 'I cornclsltIon rall PAUL 31258,4 moorings 16 14 SlatIs Avallanlc Now Pocky Creek arms 45 acres rmng jumps TLC local call 46 51I? or 462 4311 3 16 2 11 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITE, WE TYPE Business Legal a Personai Reports Term Paprs Typeset Resume EIC G vile Handicapped Typing 378 179 4 30 15 12 ypjfg reports business lega resumes casseles transcribed applI nations letters notary 'etc A val able 24 hourst7 daysi7z 2777 4 30 75 12 Typing $1 00 pg 1~i $5 00 Reports Those. whatever Goad School A r List WCS 917 NW 131h 373 9822 4 30 75 MICRO CENTE R Typing 336-493E Full ASelf service computing Tyog staris I 5O/pC A Resumes $6 Self service resumes $2 5Oltir Il'plg, Laser typeset graplyc spelt check beses papers special characters employ ment databases malmrge training Worderfect special's' Y''soM 4 30 Typing/Word Processing Cutahy depend able service Reasonable rates Laser Srnter 377 11175 tit9 all, a 1S 352V Typing/Wordprocessing Word Pedect 5 1 Quell work fas results 10* rares dependable personal service Tara 332 1469 4 30 54 12 TLC ror your papers, projects. heses sic Pro wp, Mac 2 laser' Graphics sp Cark reasonable nTs hknds 373 9619 3 6 10 12 PickupiOl Typing and wordproc near campus Dependable quaily service Reasonable rates 24hr/day Call Carol 373 4464 3 7 11 12 ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER WPS ENGLISH GRAD edprpoI'spell no choleserol RpD 376 3649 3 28 20 12 SlPpAge, accurate asl, reliable Gradu ale school approved, 1 y1 Ha*eXP Mary 7270 3-1 3 12 Put it In Writing Fast accurate reliable service Master. In Eaglsh Will check spelling End edit 24 hrs 373 1937 3 2 3-12 IBM Compatible WP 5 0 Laser Printer, Legal, Medical Terminology. Reports, Pr pers. Thesis Call 371-234, 3-13 10 12 OUICK SILV E R WOROPROCIESSING 24-HfRSI DAYS 378 6515 Clasglleds. Continued on next page. Phi. -this orm to place Aigetor Cba&fid. Pi"" follow ft Iskuc n e.acdy. BoeerIUt d okde.vwythng you wish o ey A.*u[r I. rte.dh.be.,d mus. be cal.d a now awerdme'nt THERE CAN NE NO AEFUNDU OR CRED1T1 AfER PLACIb THE AD. In be ees Of an -ne AAMO b rfapwWsie ONLY far te FIlBTinerion. Do not u. foreign larguae, dob-.ri.n.os, -ow aerof de Shich Ido Il. ltheadkenm Sagetd paty. The ao epnyentwha advefikg a do" t c.si *fla Iainag m ta ga Of The PbslAassto puah eM onpy. me mpnonf Fbd* ANASov Owrdievd o av a a $eojdge of i swabf of i SlWkaing WSAdbpitlcd .,dresvestherighttoedt revise. MhV -i eyqin wWAaed

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-1, AUlGAflrn.TJlt RUI)AY MARCH 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER tol Toe Independent Florida AIligator Must own reliable van or Dick up Truck and be Sva I ,lte tram ranil 98m Monday ihrmngh -r, day Musi nave oesi'cent drvo ror and va'id Florida driver cens, Pay per'ouIe Pius ieare Ap'y at mi A." Ior offices 1105 WesT Ur'iVorsiy Ave flue Ask 10r ihe m0ule driver tpp Cadlon No calls Pler i Airma've Ation FqA Opporu ny roloye, AVON 175 S9/ Sell Avon Fujl o Port time We rS I Benreflcs Inurance 4 30 75 T3 EARN $35 rhis week lor new donors for 2 plasma donations o, our new automated ma chines Special bonus programs each Month Free refreshments roe parking Experienced staff serving you since 1969 Cali or stop by Gainesvlife plasma 238 SW Fh Ave 378 9431 Mon FrI 8 7 Sal 8 2 4 30 73 13 Paying $25 Io persons wlnfoCted Cos scraper or other ,njurnes to te oni ant FTic study Bood test Irequired Call 331 5379 4 3 20 13 NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SiSTER CAMPS MASS Counselor Posllons lor program specialists Team Sports fen nUs Per ormrng Arts Waterfront Inquire Mab Kee Nac(Boys, 190 LnOden Ave Glen Ridge NJ 07028 Danbeetupri 1st6 Horseneck Road Montie NJ 07045 Please call 1 800 776 0520 4 ?a 48 13 Summe, Jobs Outdoors Over 5 000 Openingsi Nat onal Parks ForesIS F of Crews Send slump for treedeTails '3 F Wyom g
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PERSONALS OAKLEY SHADES A styles A colors available For great er ,ce rlectien A prices check out Lloyd C arke Sports 1504 NW 13 Si 3 1 3 15 w I ock up adult sized running shoes 1u1 be wearable tor The homeless Call liene3T3 34531 -1-3S DECLINE Of Western Civilization JUST SAY NOISE Join ACTS. the Spirit flled campusminis rrg as we discuss "Satnism Thur 62 S Reitz Union room 337 376-6053 SATANISM is on the rise. Join ACTS cam pus Ministry, thurs 6 Spm Reitz Union 337 as we uncover the deception of rhe dowvl More info 376 6053 3-1-2-15 Sweet Thought, but you obviously didn't go to Joseph Cook for these pictures Try again Do it right and call Elamen at Joseph Cook Phoography 373-7349 3 23.15 Mass Sugar. thanks for the gold but what I really wanted was a glamour loa of yoU from Joseph Cook Photography Make an appointment today Call 373-7349 3 2-3 You blew it, grItrfendl I wanted somelhin to, ValentIne's Day only you could give me no a black Alpha Romeo But a Jo, soph Cook Glamour Folpol Redeem your sell for S1 Patrick'a Day or else' Call 373 7349 Today' 3 2-3-15 STATE -OF -THE -ART BANG BANG THE REV A good place to dance Coming March 9th 3 13-t-IS TUESDAY. PERSONALS Porce Sale Connect'on Meet that special someone over tMat special ashiray couch lampor ceramic load Sal 3? 5NW 2nd SI UBS NEED CASH? BUY BACK OPEN UNIVERSITY BOOK AND SUPPLY 1227 WUniv Ave 377 178 $ USED We buy & sell call 37 CD'S $ SPIKE Spikes Re cords 3 7515 Spring Break Jamaica' 1Is not oo laie Incredible prices ONLY $479 ?rn Gaines ville including air, hotel. ( d my ?a'ghls) Reggae beach parties Iori Call Collect 305-284-9600 3 6-5 h5 SPRING BREAK Time Is Runnng Ouil Call IFC Traell Group 37100O9 '332 9854 1 800 703 2262 THE AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE TO OPRAHS DiETI Lose 7 16 pounds in Gwks The Amazing Micro Diet For Free Sample Call Dr Hill 904 438 2903 3 14 10-15 CANCUN Soe space till et GREAT ESCAPE TRAVEl bel 28a 16 CONNECTIONS GAY SWITCHBOARD 332-070O, 24 Hrs Info/R.efrral MARCH 6, 1990 to discuss GRADUATE STUDY Interviews may be scheduled at CAREER RESOURCE CENTER General Public Greg James Smith is .mi flu ensOATln. miOmw CONNECTIONS EYE EXAMS contaci lenses eye disease TreatmenI 28 years oxp Or J Seckurn. olorelrial 917 W Univ Ave 376 1280 Gay guy. ineperienced, would like 1o meal same atr weekend fun and company lonship Box 13088, 32604 3 2 5 16 Student Loans & Financial Aid No one refused with good collateral EZ terms BeastJ.welry & Loan 371 GEMS 3 12 10 NEED CASl Call the cash HOTLINE 17 GEMS CASH OFA ANYTHING 3 12 10 Is TOPCASHFORGOLD @ivel diamond, etc New or used or broken Beial Jewelry 5 Loan, 523 NW 3rd Ave 371 4317 3-1210 16 STATE OF-THE-ARTBANG-BANG THE REV A good place to dance Coming Msrch 9th 3 13 10-16 Tall slim BM desires to meet tall slim WM for dsret rlandship Po BOX 5223 Gry Fl 32602 3-5 4-lBf GWA seeks mature, responsible, stable. clean, non-smoker for long term room mate Couples ok Reply BoX 4175 G Yllle 3213 3-9 3 16 18 RIDES 45 rl Miami WPBIPomp 83D o, A yrs ol weekly FiSun bus Trips Pers ok Og Irantiporled GlMC trans 336 1026 1305) 266 3785 3 13 48 10 19 PETS Ball Python for sale, 4 1 2 fool lank & ho; rock included $140000 a335 7945 Ask 'Or Mike 3 2 3 19 Mature Poodle Black Thorough bred Male 8-m old N''red All shots $'5 Call 33278 3 1 2 19 Free chow lab mea to a good home 11 weeks old house trained Includes leash cotar food bew Call 372 4929 anytime 20 LOST & FOUND Finders Keepers? If you find something, you Can place FREE ad in this section Be kind to some one who lost what you found Call 373 FIND LOST HP41 CX, serial is 2623520270, need very much reward, 904 620 4348 LOST & FOUND or Blue bag -orimainlng 'a ngcar and lack leather giovtt I osr di etIrarce o P'ccadily Apt on 34i ST 1el1 336 9/ 3 5 5 ?0 I-iufd I canol shaded eyeglass in Carleton Aud on 2 19 90 Call 395 9832 to l D 3 3 20 F-oud [adies watch rear Shard I e c' Cal 336 6899 3 2 3 20 foued sot o keys Feb 22 Norman old 335 3600 3 2 320 Found eye glasses Feb/20 call ro den ly Ale, a. 392 0921 3 2 3 20 FOUND man s wallet belonging '0 I f Brennan otsie Club on 2/23 Call 395 719gaaklorJ J 3 2 320 Lost women watch Sob 21 gemimental value Reward please call Heather 373 8075 3 6 20 FOUND Set of keys biwn Fral Flow & Law School call 1o ID 395 7889 3 2 3 20 FOUND Pair of gasses near 13th S1 and University Ave 392 5671 (days) 336-0504 Lve) 3-5-3-20 L #EZ~i O gw 10 Cca W II aser 1 0 %Peo V) I. Gty. MCvI. 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SPORTS Pitcher content in Gators' By ALEX MARVEZ Alimgator Writer After hurling a shutout in eight innings of (ItY Tuesday 'light IT (he UF baseball teams lI 0walIp-> mg of Stetson, John Prcher would have a valid argument if he wanted to be moved into the Gators' starting rotation Pncher, though, said he is Too tent with his current position as a spot starter and member of the UF bullpen, even after striking out I batters and allowing only four hits against the Hatters I was glad I got a chance to finally start, but I'm not looking to be in the rotation or anything," said Pricher, a sophomore from Winter Park "Maybe when they need a slo1 starter, I'd be consid ered 'III happy working out of the bullpen Right now they have three guys that are primarily starters that have (lone it all through high school or junior college" Pricher (1 -1) did it all against Siel ison, notallowmga runnerpast .NecOid base He started shaky in theFirstmIoling by walkngthelead off man, but then struck out the next two batters and forced the h ird to ly out After fanning the lead-oif batter elief role T the seOnd mimg. lraiher Al lowed twocoiise(iitiveground-ball Singles to right field But he Came balk strong once again, whiffing the next hatter and forcing the Third into a ground out "I was a little nervous in the first inning, but after I got out of a little bit of trouble, I felt really confident," Prnher said 'I knew I was going to be able lo have a good evening" Pricherappeared in eight games last year, posting a 1-0 mark at striking out 13 in 14 1/3 innings He has seen action out of the bullpen in three games this season, and lost a 3-2 decision Feb. 16 to South Florida when he allowed the game-winning single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning after hurhng the final 3 1/3 inrings. "John just keeps getting better and better," UF coach Joe Arnold said after Fuesday's victory 'He'll be my guy out of the bullpen, but he's also a valuable spot starter U UF-Miami weekend series onV. SportsChannel Florida will telecast both games of this weekends series between 18thranked I (8-5) and fourth-ranked Miami (12-2) at Perry Field Saturday's game will start at 4 p m, and Sunday's at 1 30 p or Sophomore right-hander John out In eight Innings of acton 11-0 romp of Stetson. Washington a leader for By GREGG COYEL Alligator Writer The elbows Casandra Washington absorbed on her way to the dinner table as ayouth served, if no otherpurpose. at least as a tune-up lor what awaited her in the rough-and-tumble Southeastern ConfereIce Washington, a senior forward on the HF women's basketball squad that faces Kentucky on Friday night in the first round of the SEC Tournarment, grew up in a family that makes the Waltons of TV fame seem rather small and just a little bit lonely in comparison. She is the 11th of 21 children, compliments of her mother Joyce, and the entire Washington clan grew up on a farm in the Golfer gets national honor UF men's golfer Chris DiMarco was named Februaly's collegiate golfer of the month Wednesday by GtehY k magazine. 'The senior from Lake Brantley High Won the lndividuatitle atboth of the Gators' tournamem s last month.On Feb. Ilaheuc theGator iuvIiNio with a 207, uad he sho a 230 &Swoa d btdo t7 vch at~~ do v M I .I a ba1set tiny Flonda Panhandle town of Paxton. A lot of people would think it was a struggle in a family that big," Washington said "But we were all well-kept and well taken care of We didn't go hungry On the court, where Washington might feel lonely every now and then with only nine people out there with her, she has seen her scoring output dip from 10 points a game to about seven Her game hasn't suffered, however IR has expanded, A career 380 shooter, Washington has shot at a 400 clip this season, and also has handed out two assists a game. Her rebounding average and steal-to-tumover ratio also have improved, and she is one of the main reasons why UF is enjoying its best season in five years. 'The scoring is the last thing I worry sULEFTE COOK -ALLIGATOR Richer threw a shutTuesday night in UFs Lady Gators about in the stats," she said. "Out of high school I was a scorer, but I'm not really focusing on shooting the ball anymore But the 6-footer does shoot when called upon. It was Washington who sank a 20footer to send UPs game with Mississippi State into overtime, where she added five more points and two key rebounds as the Lady Gators pulled out their only SEC win of the year. And it is Washington who has emerged as the Lady Gators' top long-range bomber Her 9-for-32 shooting from behind the three-point stripe is tops on the team. She also has quietly moved her way into fifth on the all-time UF rebounding hatNetters at ITCA tourney By GUERRY SMiTH Alligator Writer In the two years since the USTA/ITCAL Women's National Indoor Team Championships were created, UF and Stanford have advanced to the finals, with the Lady Gators winning in 1988 and the Cardinal triumphing in 1989. According to the seedings, the two teams should play for the title once again this weekend in the Madison, Wis., tournaieni Even though the Lady Gators are ranked third nationally, they received the second seed ahead of No. 2 UCLA as a result of the successof freshmanAndrea Farley and thedoublesteamsin thefall. lftheseeding committee had followed the national rank. ings, which came out in September UF would have had apotential semifinal match with No. I Stanford. Before the 7-1 Lady Gators can think about Stanford, they have to survive a field with 15 of the top 20 teams in the country and 38 of the top 50 players. UP. first-round battle today against No 5uPepperdine looked difficult originally, but the Waves' best player, Ginger Helgeson, missed the team's last two dual matches with a foot injury. Helgeson, who beat UF's Nicole Arendtand Andrea Farley at the Role National Indoor Championships in February, is listed as probable. DeVoe didn't deserve all the nonsense at UF Don DeVoe deserves a standing ovation at Saturday's game against Alabama. Since Saturday will be the last time DeVoe coaches the Gators on the O'Connell Center court, the least UF fans could do is say goodbye politely and respectfully to DeVoe, who announced Tuesday he will not return next season That's probably hard for a lot of UP basketball fans to swallow after joining the"DeVoe must go" bandwagon, but the man has endured more frts tration and aggravation since agreeing to coach this team than any basketball coach in Gators history LA Ron Kaspnske LAST CALL Not only has he been hanged in effigy outside an apartment complex across the street from the O'Dome, but among other things N His wife has been harassed with threatening telephone calls. Students have formed an imaginary organi zation called "Students Against Don DeVoe And some jerk began selling "DeVoe must go" bumper stickers outside at least one home game This is ridiculous. Finally, raced with criticism from former U F coaches -who are the reason he's here in the first place -and seemingly no support from the University Athletic Association -which takes pride in looking the other way when its coaches fall out of favor -DeVoc said he has no choice but to not even apply for the permanent head coaching job he will vaate in a month. This also is ridiculous This is not to say that DeVoe should be given the permanent job, because there are better candidates out ther. But DeVoe should have been given a better chance of getting the job instead of being blacklisted by angry boosters and fans I'm a no-nonsense coach and got myself into a nonsense program'" DeVoe said after LIF shocked the basketball world Tuesday with a 76-63 victory over No 15 Louisiana State "You've got people giving people cars and fornen coaches who are very bitter and continue not to butt out of our business. It's very distracting." DeVoe wasn't crying when he complained about how he has been treated; he merely was telling it like it is "All they have to do at Florida is say no to all of the shenanigans and bullshit that has gone on here," DeVoe added "he man who says no to all of that is going to be a success at Florida. The situation here is just a stinking me-" DeVoe is right Livingston Chatman's leaving had more to do with him being burned out than it did with him nollikingDeVoe. And aarfasDwayneSchinitzius is concerned, it's an unwritten rule in athletics that if your coach tells you to do something, you do it. Basketball analyst Dick Vitale, who covered last nght's game for ESPN, made it quite clear that DeVoe isn't to blame for the team's dismal 7-19 record. And DeVoe shouldn't be blamed for Schintzius and Chatman quitting. "My point is that Schintzius and Chatman boycolted the first practice, and that made it clear they weren'tgoingtogiveDeVoeachance,"Vitale said. "DeVoe should be commended for what he's had to put up with." Coendion would be nice, but a simple standing oaion Saturday would milffke.