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anti-racism rallyBy


Dean Ken Osfield also listened.
DEBBIE CENZIPER
Alligator WriterA Five campus police officers -
faces blank but eyes alert -
slew of angry protesters watched the scene.
formed a circle around the leadersof The confrontation happened
the white student union Thurs- about 20 minutes into an anti-rac
day on the steps of Tigert Hall, ism rally sponsored by anti-racism
shouting "Nazis" and "racist groups including the campus Coalition
skinhead." Against Bigotry and the Fra- F
Black, white and Hispanic students ternal Loyal Order of the 99.They
shot hostileaccusations held the rally in
toward response to the
the group's Protestershanded white rights .. '
leader Mark group's quest to E, ANN STODDAHO
Wright and Vice out flyers become a regis- Neil Miransky of the Coalition Against Bigotry, far right argues with Mark Wright, center, and Steve I
President Steven tered student McCormick, far left, of the proposed white student union during an anti-racism rally at Tigert Hall
McCormick whilephotographers implying a link group. Thursday.

and between Mark Members of about 20 feet from Weinstein
ing ,
television camera and the the student yelled back,"Watch out for the lawsuit Group still looks for adviser I II
crews snaked Wright groups passed out ," and This is a smear."
through the mob of Ku Klux Klan. flyers that Wright admitted he had lunch Although there are only Finding an adviser,though,is "G
about 65. showed photographs minor flaws with the wording of another story.Administrators.
with the two men but said the men
Wright and Mc- of Wright the white student union's con-
never told him they were in the are not re-
Cormick couldn't retaliate fast counter-protesting anti-racist rallies stitution, submitted to adminis-
KKK Wright said he met with the sponsible for finding an adviserfor
enough before protesters many to about 30 students and men because they told him they trators about two weeks ago it a student group both Mor
holding anti-racism signs above Gainesville residents there. The knew someone who could help will not be approved until the gan and Sandeen said.
their heads fired more questions.The rest of the people gathered on the with the legalities of the group'sconstitution. group finds a faculty adviser
crowd's cries of "Nazis go lawns of Tigert Hall were media said Myra Morgan, student ac- Wright who has already been
aren't with the representatives.The flyers also included tivities director. turned down by a few professors
home "Why
you Wright said he called the men and rejected one who agreed to
Mark?" "You're not pictures of two men walk The needs approved
Klan ignorantyou're an
group
Thursday afternoon, and they said advise the group, said he'll just
with Ku Klux Klan member.
ing a
constitution and
and adviser
just a smart racist a ,faculty
they were not in the KKK. have to keep looking.But .
They don't care about Affirmative Scott Weinstein, a representative to become a registered
Action they just want a white of the Committee in Supportof Before the outbreak, membersof student group at UF. Both Mor- Wright said he is discouraged
nation", just about overrode the People of Latin America,said student groups spent about 20 gan and Student Affairs Vice now after the rally Thursday
Wright's denials and explanations. Wright was seen having lunch and minutes giving speeches about President Art Sandeen reviewedthe because he said faculty
Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt discussing the group's constitutionwith racism on campus and how UF constitution. members may believe he has Ku
administrators are handling it. Klux Klan connections."No .
the two men Feb. 1.
and Student
Sandeen Minority Morgan will meet with group
Affairs Dean Willie Robinson "It was a lie when Mark Wright Project 99 member Nikatah president Mark Wright and vice matter how much they
stood by silently. Other campus said, 'I'm not a racist'" Weinsteinsaid. Imani said the white student unionis president Steven McCormickthis try to smear us, we can't give
administrators, including Student .There[ is ample collaboration based on ignorance, not facts. morning to go over the up," he said.
Services Associate Dean Mike between the wsu and the KKK. see Rally, page 5 wording of the constitution. DEBBIE CENZIPER
Rollo and Disabled Student Affairs Wright McCormick. stand-


Architecture chairman reassigned to faculty post .

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HARRIS very very disappointed," Karpook glad that some resolution has been made.
By CHRISTY 1 think that the last two years have We've all been wrapped up in this, trying to
Alligator Writer very exciting times. Undergrad has find a way to make it work."

Architecture professor Robert been good, but it's in the rejuvena- Architecture professor and former col-
no longer department chairman, the graduate program where he's' lege dean Mark Jaroszewicz said there wasa
college's acting dean said Thursday ( ) made his mark." split among the faculty, but about a 4 to 1

emergency faculty meeting."I graduate student, Rich Cervone, majority agreed with Schneider.
called this meeting to inform the thought the decision was unfortu-
There was a substantial split among the
that I had reassigned Segrest from his he agreed with the faculty's. reason- faculty and the vast majority concurred with

tion from his role as had"I'm the dean," Jaroszewicz said.
faculty member," Acting Dean I they did what's best for the de-
"I completely with his decision:he
Schneider said.Schneider as a whole Cervone said. "What- agree
cited "fundamental motives and reasons were. I'm said.

cation problems between faculty the considered it carefully. Jaroszewicz said the next acting dean will
and the administration" as the reason members also had mixed reac- have to heal the split
Segrest's reassignment. He wouldn't but most supported the dean's deci correction i
the decision was a direct result of }
unscheduled evaluation because it is whole thing was fairly complex Quality of Life ,task force member Pat f
dential. professor Tony White said. Chesley a finance junior, was misidentified i
Segrest's secretary said the chairman were irreconcilable differences.: I'm on, this page Wednesday.

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for another bank card was probably stolen Jan. 24 from a woman Unlv t 13th St Free Parking >It Nail 110 Gainesville Health a PltMNt
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student's automatic teller bank card and several
counts of forgery, an Alachua County jail spokes- Robie was taken to the Alachua County jail Monday
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R. Robie was arrested shortly before 11 woman said.
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WHAT'S HAPPENING Latin Fiesta

March 1: University Holiday Inn

Pyschology: Psi Chi, the Psychology Paint the wall: The Reitz Union Everyone is Invited Call Carlos, 336, 9.00 pm 2.00 am
Club will meet for Happy Hourat Program Council Arts Committee is 0921. i Free for UF students with fee card
the Brown Derby today at 5. Call sponsoring a mural contest to paint Variety: The Black Law Students General $2.00
373-9620. the third floor meeting rooms. Pick Association will hold its Variety public

Fiesta: As part of Hispanic up an application in Reitz Union Show Saturday night at 7:30: in the t
Heritage Week.the Hispanic Student Room 330. Call 392-1655. Law School Auditorium to benefit Saturday, Latin Band from Miami

Association will have a Latin Fiesta BBQ: The Gay and Lesbian Stu- the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar March 3: (Carlos Olivo y Los Sobrinos del Juez)
tonight at 9 at University HolidayInn. dent Union will have a BBQ Saturdayat ship Fund. Call 371-3491. Sponsored by 'SCR
Call 371-7598. 11:30.: Call the switchboard between Newman Club:The Newman Club Ballroom
Reitz Union
TRAC: The Transfer Activities 6 and 11 tonight 332-0700.() will meet after Sunday's 5:30: mass in "
Council will meet tonight at 7 in the Anthro: All anthropology majorsare the library of St. Augustine's 7pm
Orange& Brew for Happy Hour. Call invited to a meeting Saturday at Catholic Church. Call 372-3533. Tickets on sale at University Box Office

Matt Bald. 376-1757. 4 in Turlington Hall Room 1321. Call Heritage Week: The Hispanic

More than twentysomethlng: Laura, 371-0655. Student Association will have a Latin Sunday, Latin Food Festival
Students Over the Traditional Age Spare change: Kappa Delta American Food Festival Sunday at
March 4: Sponsored by Burger King ;
will meet for a social tonight at 7 at sorority will host its Shamrock noon at the University Woman's
P J. O'Riley's. Call Howard,3922196or project Saturday at various intersect Club. Call 371.7598.Communication University Women's Club
372-2088. tions in Gainesville. Call Stacey,336- : The G. Paul 12.00-4: pm

Mission: Intervarsity Christian 1217 or Susan, 373-9895. Moore Communication Symposiumwill
Fellowship will meet tonight at 7 in Carbon Dust: Art Workshops in be Monday at 8:30: In the Reitz
Turlington Hall Room LOOS to dis- Carbon Dust, Graphite and Silver Union Auditorium. Call 392-2041. Sponsored by VISA and Student Government .
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Vivants French Club meets every a first-borne basis. Call 3735528or
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Etienne, 395-8690. Disney: The Reitz Union's Gator
the North-South lot Call
Community: The Black Graduate Outdoor Recreation Program is 3746654.Run commuter IJj Is Accepting Applications
Student Organization presents sponsoring a trip to the Disney
'Portraits in Black: Images of the MGM Studios Saturday from 8 until : The Spanish American Law For 1990-91 Cabinet Directorships:
Diaspora" showcase of talents of midnight. Call 3921655. Student Association's Race Judicatawill aI
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colm Butler. 335-6759 or Vikki Gas- Sportsfest 1990 Saturday from 9 a.m. Debbie, 378-7593 or Albert, 378-
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UF benefactor Ben Hill Griffin Jr. dead at 79 I


By RONALD DUPONT JR. "He had a great sense of humor. It was wry, for the Health Science Center's new aca- Griffin began his career a citrus grower
Alligator Writer penetrating, but kind." demic research building, named after him. when his father gave him 10 acres of orange
Griffin is best known in Gainesville for his "Mr. Griffin has had an extraordinary groves as a wedding present in 1933. That
Florida citrus baron Ben Hill Griffin Jr., $10 million in contributions that led to the impact on the University of Florida, both as was the same year Griffin left UF after
who became a household word in Gaines- naming of the stadium to "Ben Hill Griffin its largest supporter and as the honorary studying agriculture for three years.
ville when UFs football stadium was named Stadium at Florida Field." co-chairman of its first ever fund-raising Griffin transformed the 10-acre( wedding
after him, once predicted that if he ever died "I. didn't want'Jr.'on the stadium," Griffin campaign," said Robert Lindgren.vice pres- present into a 10,000-acre empire that made
he would spend his last hours in his own said after the dedication. "Ben Hill Griffin ident for Development and Alumni Affairs. him a millionaire. His aspirations,however,
bed, trying to conduct business. includes my father, me, my son and my "He set the standard for all others to follow." were not limited to the citrus industry.He .
Thursday morning, the man who left UF grandson. If there are any more Griffins in Griffin's contributions to UF were not just served 12 years in the Florida Houseof
without graduating but became its largest the bloodline, it will be in remembrance of monetary ones. After being named a distinguished Representatives and Senate, then madean
financial benefactor ever, kept to his word them all." alumnus in 1974, he had since unsuccessful bid for governor in 1974.
and died in his own home after fighting a Griffin also provided $1.7 million to build served on the Health Science Center Boardof "I've known Ben Hill for many years,"said
blood disease for the past week. He was 79. and then expand a weight and conditioningroom Overseers and the UF Foundation's Boardof Duke Crittenden, president of Gator Boosters
"Ben was a compassionate man who spenta for UF athletes. On the academic end, Directors. He also was a member of the a group with about 10,000 members
lot of his time and energy helping people he endowed an eminent scholar faculty chairin last presidential search advisory committee."His nationwide. "He, as much as anyone, practiced
from all walks of life," said Interim UF agriculture at UF's Institute of Food and contributions, leadership, guidanceand the golden rule. He treated people like
President Robert Bryan. "He took great per- Agricultural Sciences and also gave moneyto inspiration have had a lasting positive he wanted to be treated. He was a tremendous
sonal interest in all of the people who the Citrus Research Center at Lake Al- Influence: UF Athletic Director Bill citrus man, a great Floridian and a
worked for him and helped many of themin fred.Further Arnsparger said. "The way he worked and great American."
a variety of ways. he gave $2 million for the renovation lived his life was a wonderful example to us United Press International contributed to
"He was fun to be around," Bryan added. of Floyd Hall and another $2 million all, and we will miss him very much." this report.


1 Senate suspends Grapski


Specific cause unknown for -j jailed senator's dismissal H

less than 12 hours because Grapski was a grad
By ANTHONY LEDERMAN
uate student and exempt from that.
Alligator Writer
Lindene Stewart, last semester's Affairs and
Former Student Senate independent leader Ethics Committee Chairwoman, said Grapski
a Charlie Grapski, who was in a Broward County definitely did not have three unexcused ab
jail Thursday, has been suspended from the sences. The A&E Committee keeps track of
R 'w Ms a senate. Senate absences.

Reitz Union staff assistant Pam Lovely wrotein Grapski is still being held in a Fort Lauderdalejail
a memo to Senate President Andrew Meyer without bond, according to Kayl Morgan,
that Grapski "is no longer eligible" and was Grapski's attorney. He is being held for missinga
formally notified the week of January 25, 1990. mandatory court hearing last November.
Lovely also asked that a new senator fill the seat Grapski faces charges of driving under the
by March 8. influence of alcohol, resisting arrest and hittinga
Lovely said Grapsk! was suspended prior to sheriffs deputy, according to police and court
any of his legal troubles and for reasons similarto documents.
many student leader suspensions. Neither Morgan said Thursday he will appeal to the
Meyer nor Lovely would reveal the specific fourth district court of appeals in West Palm
reason for Grapski's dismissal. Beach. He expects the appeals to take several
Student Body President-Elect Michael Brown weeks.
refused to comment on the matter. Morgan said it was a "tragedy" that the judge
Senators can be suspended for many reasons denied to post bond for Grapski.
but Lovely said four possible reasons for his "I'm being optimistic,but reality-wise, it could
47a suspension include three unexcused senate ab- take a couple of weeks," Morgan said. "It could
sences, carrying less than 12 credit hours, a be very quick. The judge can always reverse
grade point average of less than 2.0 or failure to himself."
pay fees. Meyer and Bilbrey said they were sorry to see
Former Sen. Ross Bilbrey, a close friend of Grapski go.
Grapski, said he thought Grapski had been suspended "But we have to keep the Senate full with
rt. for not paying his fees."I people who will be here," Meyer said. Nelson
know he was having money problems and Miranda replaced Grapski as leader of the inde-
he was having trouble with the financial aid pendent senators Wednesday.
office," Bilbrey said. Bilbrey said he and other senators didn't
Home sweet 7T home KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR Sen. Bret Berlin mentioned Wednesday that always get along with Grapski, but he had their
there was a financial aid check lying unopenedon respect.
UF President-elect John Lombardi! unpacks a box of books Thurs- "
Grapski's desk. "I'm sorry to see him out of Senate, ,Bilbrey
day afternoon as he moves into the UF President's Mansion. Bilbrey said he was sure grades were not the said. "He always made it interesting."
Lombardi) begins work Monday. reason for Grapski's suspension. He also said it Alligator Writer Duane, Marsteller contributed
could not have been because he was carrying to this report.


Proposed tax hike evokes concerns about q t'HHIl


old Graybill explained that any constructionin schools, the school board may be forced to initially win oo nothing lor me business
By JOHN F.BERRY a recharge area west of Gainesville would eliminate programs. community, but the influx of new money i
Alligator WriterA lead to industrial or private spills into the The school board now uses 183 temporary into the local economy eventually will make i
leading opponent of increasing the sales aquifer. Graybill's group, which also de- classrooms to solve its overcrowding prob- everyone stronger.
tax warned Thursday that further building bated against the tax, is a political action lems. Officials expect 1,000 new students to Beth McCague, area President of First '
in western Alachua County will endangerthe group that promotes environmental con enter the county school system each year Union banks and a leading proponent of the
Floridan Aquifer.Lee cerns.If over the next five years. sales tax, said last week that benefits will
McSherry, who leads the Vote No to the tax passes in the March 13 local Proponents of western growth say trickle evenly through the community.
Sales Tax committee, met an outburst of referendum, the county would initiate plansto Payne's Prairie prevents expansion to the This bank would benefit no more than
from the normally quiet crowd. build five schools north and west of south and Newnans Lake blocks moving to "
objections any other bank or any other Individual, she a
About 50 .people attended the forum Gainesville, Graybill said. the east. said.
sponsored by the League of Women Votersat "Schools are magnets," Graybill said. "If Because the surge in building will be an
Westside Park on the $100-million you locate a school at the edge of present "economic boom," Graybill said the real correctionEssie
school bond and 1-cent local-option sales urban sprawl,then families with children try winners of raising the sales tax will not be
to locate around the school:That results in citizens, but bankers, builders and develop- Camps, who was found dead
tax."Make no mistake, this sales tax will additional sprawl." Wednesday inside his Northeast Fourth Av-
pollute the aquifer," McSherry said. But Alachua County Schools Superintendent ers.Gainesville Chamber of Commerce Pres- enue home, was 84 years old. The Alligator
Friends of Alachua County President Har- Doug Magann said that without new ident Jerry Hines said the extra money reported otherwise on this page Thursday.



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Trooos kill 60 protesters in KashmirSRINAGAR LI.I P

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,India (UPI) Troops fired on Moslem deployed to control the pro-independence uprising, ;S Loves Their t'l1

protesters Thursday in Srinagar, killing at least 60 witnesses said.Witnesses 5m
people and wounding scores of others in the worst said the soldiers seized from the NEWLITTLE m
bloodshed in Kashmir since a secession movement demonstrators a green and saffron flag of the Jammuand

began two years ago, official sources said.A Kashmir Liberation Front, the most popular un-
Moslem separatist also shot to death a senior derground Moslem separatist group. The move SISTERS
government information officer, police said. provoked an argument that erupted into a clash In W
The violence came as more than 800,000 Moslems which the troops fired shots. ;S t'l1LI.I
from Srinagar and surrounding towns of the Kashmir At least five people were killed immediately, police of
Valley flooded the city, 400 miles north of New Delhi, said. Twenty others were wounded and rushed to a
in the largest outpouring of pro-independence fervor hospital, where 13 died, police said. State-run radio MINERVAt'l1
since massive protests began Feb. 22. It was also the confirmed 18 dead. W
large stanti-Indian demonstration in Kashmir since About an hour later,a rock barrage by sloganshouting 4
India achieved independence in 1947. protesters prompted security forces to open fire tAE tAE LIE tAE IAE IAE IAE tAB LIE IAE IAE IAE

The demonstrators marched or rode vehicles in a in the Hyder Pora area of Srinagar, killing at least 12
number of processions to the headquarters of a U.N. and wounding 45 others, the radio said.
military observers group that monitors the 1949 cease- A senior police official said at least 30 other people "STUDENTS OVER TRADITIONAL AGE"What
fire line of the first Indo-Pakistan war.The processions were killed in the ensuing violence.
stopped briefly for rallies in front of the building.At The blood-letting was the worst in the two-year do UF's older students do on Friday evening?

about 2 p.m., some 2,000 protesters shouting history of the militant-led independence drive and the a. 4.3 percent do their laundryb.
anti-Indian from suburb of number of dead since 35 demonstrators
slogans began marching a highest were .
12.6 percent just stay at home.c.
Srinagar toward the U.N. office They were confrontedby shot to death Jan. 20-21 by security forces, sparkingthe
A few even studyd.
an army patrol, part of a massive contingent movement into a popular insurrection.
BUT SMART STUDENTS COME TO SOTA'SSOCIAL


. Earthquake, aftershocks rock CaliforniaUPLAND I SOTA is an organization EVENINGS.that helps to meet the needs of UPs

older students. While SOTA is open to any student, the group's
Calif. (UPI) Ignoring the grumblingsof Verne declared local states of emergency to help emphasis is on serving the 25andoverstudent.Older .
aftershocks,Southern Californians Thursday began release funds to pay for repairs and to keep bystanders students have social needs that differ from younger
assessing the damage inflicted by an earthquake that out of unsafe areas. students. We provide our own entertainments and social activities.
left the structural integrity of scores of buildings Police in Pomona said damage in the city totaled an We're the people you don't find in most of your classes, the folks
uncertain. estimated $7 million, mostly to City Hall and a you used to know before you returned to school.
The losses were expected easily to climb to $10 Methodist church.Wednesday's We provide varied activities such as picnics, parties, theatre
million or more. 3:43: p.m. temblor tossed boulders outings etc. We also have a weekly social evening every Friday. We
At least four people were injured in Wednesday onto mountain roads,disrupted phone service,toppled meet at 7;00 p.m. at P.J. O'Reilly's 1900 S.W. 13th St. through 3/2./
afternoon's quake,which measured 5.5 on the Richter power lines, ruptured water and gas mains and cracked Starting 3/9/ we meet at the Hilton at 6 p.m.
roofs. However Southern California's build- On Friday, 3/9/ we are going to the Hippodrome to see
scale and was felt over thousands of square miles.The major "
"Romance, Romance. We obtain advance tickets for $6
heaviest damage occurred in the foothills of the San ings and infrastructure fared well. group
Instead of $15. You must show at P.J.'s on Friday, 3/2/ to
up pay
Gabriel Mountains on the Los Angeles and San Bernardino Scientists said at least 30 "significant" aftershocks for ticket and
your pick up at the Hilton on 3/9.
county line. measuring 2.3 or stronger have been recorded since If would like attached
you to receive our newsletter, fill out the
About 40 fire and building safety officials were the temblor. Two 2.5 aftershocks struck early slip and bring or mail it to our box at the Union.
deployed Thursday morning to begin inspecting Thursday, one at 1:02: am and the other at 4:11: a.m. funded by Student Government
homes and buildings in Pomona and La Verne, two The strongest aftershock hit at 7:24: p.rn, Wednes- ---------------------------
cities near the epicenter that were among the hardest day and measured 4.8 on the open-ended Richter scale. Mail or bring to
SOTA, Box 29, Room 300, Reitz Union, University of Florida,
Seismologists said there was a slight chance of an
hit.Pomona's Gainesville, FL 32611.
20-year-old City Hall,where massive win- even larger quake striking the region in the next few Name
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dow panes were shattered and cracks developed in days.
stairwells,was among the buildings closed for repairs, The quake struck near the juncture of two faults, (Major] k(Phone],
fire inspector Ron Gomez said. the Cucamonga and the Sierra Madre, but seis- (Address and zip)

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tires that spewed toxic gases and oily sludge for more About 158,000 gallons of oil run-off were skimmed your education to work-become: a

than two weeks, officials said Thursday. from a retention pond established at the fire site,while Lawyer's Assistant
Officials initially feared it might take months and monitoring stations detected only low levels of air
millions of dollars to douse the flames, but had said contamination.Trace 'The Career for the 90's'at
Wednesday night the blaze was nearly out contamination was found in some of the 107
"Similar fires in other regions have burned for local wells tested by environment ministry chemists. The National Center for Paralegal Training
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Offer said residents would be compensated for costs the blaze, which spewed acrid, toxin-laden smoke. Employment t tHlsonct-ovtf 1,000 employees In 38
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More than 500 people evacuated from their homes the fire,while ground crews used front-end loadersto 3 Month day program with bowing available
have been allowed to return. pull apart smoldering piles of tires and then douse 7 month evening program
The fire at the Tyre King recycling plant, about 70 the resulting fireballs.A Diversified CUrrkulum-ap<<1a1Ix In Litigation
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FRIDAY MARCH 2,1990,ALLIGATOR S


Degradable bags


I' r

; may mislead buyers


According to information the
on
y By NICOLE SNEED
1 Alligator Writer box, Glad is photodegradable -
that is, degradable in sunlight.
J Denise Ireland lugged the gar- Beatty said most plastics 'are
bage bag out onto her balcony photodegradable over long peri-
j where it would be collected the ods of time. And in the past, stabi-
1 next morning. She felt satisfactionnot lizers have been added to help
because she had removed the garbage bags stand up to ultraviolet
: refuse from her apartment,but be- rays from the sun. To make a
cause she was helping to reduce bag more photodegradable, the
landfills. UV stabilizerneed

Like many envi- only to be re- .
ronmentallyaware There is moved, Beatty 'c.
students, a way

Ireland traded in to make garbage said.There is a way
her regular trash to make garbage
bags for more de- bags completely bags completely .
.
gradable types. photodegradable photodegradable, '
"It makes me Beatty said, but it
feel like I'm help- but it is a verycomplicated is a very compli-
ing the environ- and cated and expen-
ment," Ireland sive process.
said."It's better to "Not doesit
expensive only
pro- Eye In the sky
use than a regular cost a lot more
bag because when cess. to make, but you Dave Houtsleft/ the director of video ser-
you have a plastic have to make sure vices for the University Athletic Association,
bag there is nothing you can do you do not expose these bags to films the first week of UF football practice
I I
with them." ultraviolet radiation until you useDegradable from a birds-eye view. In a program devel-
trash bags have sat- them," he said.According .
used UF
oped last year, the tapes are by
urated supermarket shelves. At to Hefty's informa-
coaches to break down and study plays.
about 3 1/2 cents more per bag, tion on the box, their bags are
they claim to help the environment degradable by other elements be-
by breaking down at the mercy of sides sunlight, such as wind and
nature. rain The box reads'"Once the el- --
But UF Materials Science professor ements have triggered the process
Charles Beatty said this these bags will continue to
claim may be misleading to con- break down into harmless parti-
sumers who think the bags com- cles even after they are buried."
c
pletely disintegrate. If biodegradable bags are put
Regular garbage bags are madeof into landfills, they may not de- M
a strong, durable plastic called grade, Beatty said. Landfills are
polyethylene. To make them de- lined with clay and plastic keeping
gradable a polymermodifiedstarch elements out and contaminants in.
may be added, but this "Most plastics won't degrade in
weakens the plastic. In order to a landfill," Beatty said. '7heyare
keep the bag strong, manufacturers tombs very much like the tombs in
add 50 percent more polyeth- Egypt."
ylene, Beatty said. When the Beatty said he thinks companies
polymer degrades, it leaves piecesof should look more to recycling for 41
polyethylene on the ground. environmental efficiency.

"You end up with more polyeth- Japan,for example, manages its
ylene on the ground than if you puta garbage by sorting out.trash that
regular bag on the ground," he is recyclable and degradable. De-
said. gradables are put in?a compost
'Y Two dominant brands of garbage where they are broken down natu-
bags -,Glad and Hefty rally by microorganisms. Non-re
make all of their garbage bags with cyclable plastics that ,do not
"special ingredients" to promote degrade are used as fill for building PHOTOS BY SUZETTE COOK- ALLIGATOR I .
degradation. construction, Beatty said.


1 Rallyfrom I Student demonstrator to change plea II

page 1 -
destruction of public property, disorderly
He said he has tried in the past By 1 DUANE r.ARSTELLER'! conduct, violating UF rules and interferingwith
month to give Wright information Alligator Writer By pleading no contest or the enforcement of the Student Conduct

about Affirmative Action laws, but The first UF student arrested during Code.
,
Diamond will avoid
said Wright never wanted to listen. December's"First Encounters"protest at the guilty a The Student Conduct Committee found her

a- ;w Wright shouted back that although Florida Museum of Natural History will trial and be sentenced the guilty on those four charges Feb. 6 and
.. he never read the legislation change her plea March 19, court records recommended to Student Services Dean
.' his group is against the laws show. same day she enters her James Scott a punishment of one year's con-
and minority recruitment because duct probation. Scott agreed with the
\ ...... both suppress whites. Michelle L Diamond, a 19-year-old freshman plea. committee's recommendation the next week. ,
;
originally pleaded not guilty to chargesof
,,, Imani said UF administrators trespassing and resisting arrest without UF police arrested Diamond Dec 11 after While on conduct probation,Diamond can-
;,' should stop shuffling papers and violence at her December arraignment. But she climbed aboard a replica of Columbus' not be an officer in any student group recog--
'
",'v.''' -' take action against. Wright'sgroup. Thursday,Diamond. asked to change her plea ship "Nina" while protesting'the museum's nized by UF or be a UF athlete. If she breaks
from not guilty. "First Encounters" exhibit, which depicts another UF rule, she can receive a harsher
"When if comes to administration Columbus' into .Western Hemi- punishment 1
Diamond refused' to comment Thursday voyage ,
,
habit of waiting
; we have a sphere. Diamond and other protesters said Paul Finkelstein the second UF student !
r, ,". about the change of plea or say whether she ,
t "f.unti1theproblemlsoutofcontrol the exhibit was racist because it didn't show arrested the after he allegedly
during protest
-' said. "If we wait until after i will plead no contest or guilty until after she
li( Imani their constitution is approved it's ,talked to her attorney Bill Salmon. By plead- how poorly the Spanish treated American ignored a police officer's warning and hunga I
to be too late. If we wait until ing no contest or guilty, Diamond will avoida Indians.In poster on one of the museum's pillars, is
going is attacked by racial violence trial and besentenced, the same day she addition to the criminal charges, Dia- scheduled to go on trial April 23 on chargesof
NIL someone mond charged with breaking four UF disobeying a police officer and resisting
it.will be too late." enters her plea. Salmon could not be reached was
-,- 'IIl .for.comment Thursday.. student conduct rules-unauthorized_ use!.or _arrest without? violence. .., i


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6,ALLIGATOR. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, IM

OPINIONS





Mi IIX Ivkh ATU (tA( NSfITUfIoKby
Darts & laurelsA


big D-A-R-T to Student senators for spending ,
a half hour of Tuesday's meeting choosing what let
The M!k!!
c ballot
ters should be painted on a $6,500 wrestling mat for the a+ TTE ecorpniys in box

Sports Club Council. shambles,alOng vflth IS WorkIng 11...
Because the manufactor offered to paint four letters on the lnrra {ruaureButtn

the mat for free, senators argued back and forth over 1"jUiingS broi4..
what to do. Some were worried that having people wrestling

over the letters UF SG would be arrogant. So they c

ended up selecting a large "UF" on the mat with a D

smaller, quaint "funded by Student Government" as an ac a
cent. From our calculations, that's more than four letters.

Does that mean senators spent even more money? air

Next time folks, why don't you just settle this out of w

Senate with a 15-minute, two-knockdown cage match. It

would be much more mature.A .
DART to the Fort Lauderdale News and SunSentinelfor

its story "Racial incidents increase tension on UF cam-

pus" about alleged segregated graduation ceremony ban

quets at UF's medical school. The paper reported Sunday

that the medical school has two banquets one for

blacks and one for whites even though there is actually -

only one official annual banquet.The .

reporter apparently thought an end-of-the-year ban teaches basic mathematicsHi.
quet by the Black Student Health Professions Coalitionwas Flagg

a graduation banquet. That's the impression he got
You have There's idiot in
a problem. an your
from speaking to one medical student. Unfortuately, he midst. -> Brittany Ray Wallman

didn't speak to any medical school administrators to find I hear you. You're puzzled, asking "What do you S
out the facts. In other words, he didn't do his job. mean there's an idiot in my midst? Don't you mean PEAKING OUTThat
This story, which was carried statewide on the As- I'm in the midst of idiots?"
sociated Press news wire Monday, not only made the OK,OK,I'll give ya that. But those lazy,cardrivingidiots ; one's a given because I read it somewhere.
university look bad, but also festers the opinion some who terrorize bicyclists don't count. They're Now here's the scary part. Let's all hold hands,
suffering from bike-envy we have bikes betweenour close our eyes,narrow our mind and do a big leapfrogover
have that journalists write only one side of the story.A legs and they don't. the holes in logic.The equations that follow are:

bunch of LAURELS get flown over to the O'Connell I'm talking about one idiot who distinguishes him- 1 cigarette (ooh, yucky! I'm cringing) + 1 good
Center this week for the impressive accomplishments of self beyond all others. Sit back, smoke a cigaretteit's student. 1 bad student.
three Gator In what has be the time for a little Flagg-burning.
sports programs. to most 1 bad student 1 cigarette on campus 1 good
kiddies?
Let's
Ready !
interesting college sports in the country, it's niceto role-play student
program
Hi, I'm Rep. Flagg. Hi oops! I said that already!
see teams making news by winning games.A OK, we're gonna have a math lesson today. The only There! Now wait, who stole my pocket calculatorand
LAUREL to the Lady Gators track team who over prerequisite is a master's in psychobabble-just ask replaced it with a game of Twister?
came a 20-point deficit Saturday to win its first your parents for a crash course. Well, mom, are you gonna vote for me now?
Southeastern Conference Indoor championship. The vic- Hold on and try not to puke. We may do some Come visit soon. I'm living in a tunnel Knock
tory over Louisiana State University was twice as sweet upside-down loops my favorite! loudly, though -I I can't see out very well
Now here's the equation: Brittany Ray Wattman is a non-smoking journalism
for Coach she also named SEC
Beverly Kearney was .
1 bad student 1 student.
cigarette 1
+ junior who says in her house even Santa Claus smokes.
indoor track coach of the year and it was her 32nd
birthday.A I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

wet LAUREL to the Lady Gators swim team who
Animal committee Building. to the extent that we are?
defended their SEC title for the fifth consecutive year and Cattle White The U.S. Surgeon General

the men's team who upset defending champs Tennessee should stop crueltyEditor 3LS released a report on Feb. 20 that
this weekend in Tuscaloosa, Ala. This was the fifth time Smoking ban is reveals the annual cost of smoking
: On Feb. 23,1 1 attended a related disease in this country to
the Gators have captured both men's and women's titlesin
meeting of the Animal Care and be a staggering $52 billion. Fur
the SEC tournament. No other university has ever our responsibilityEditor
Use Committee,which reviews experiments thermore, smoking claims over
garnered two team wins at the SECs. Coach Randy Reese
that involve
animals. I : It is no surprise that the 350,000 lives every year!
was also named SEC men's'and women's coach of the was shocked and saddened that letters appearing on this page That is $143 million and 1,000
year. many unnecessarily cruel experiments regarding Rep. David Flagg's lives every single day! That's $6
And a LAUREL to the scandal-ridden men's basketballteam are being performed. proposed ban on cigarette smokingon million an hour, or $100,000 a
for breaking their record-tying losing streak Wednes- Decompression, whichaccording campus are not generally sup- minute! In the time it takes to read
to the chairman of the committee portive of his proposal. Those who this letter,we have wasted another
day night by whooping 15th-ranked LSU onnational ,was used by Hitler on the Jews feel they have something to "lose"are $200,000 and lost another life!
television. and is the most humane method, typically more vocal. Self-imposed genocide is a
Forward Dwayne Davis said it best after the'76-63 vic- was approved to kill the animals The"right to smoke" is a rather right? As a smoker of my coveted
tory. "I almost forgot what it was like to win. It feels real- 'after one experimentThe strange concept. The practice of Marlboros. for over 20 years, I
ly good." You're right Dwayne, you and your team committee chairman said Igniting a tube of toxic substances, quit cold turkey in 1986 because itwas
deserve it.alligator. .. decompression was not painful,but inhaling the, accompanying becoming increasingly
"euphoric unless researchers, poisonous fumes into the lungs and troublesome and embarrassing.
"understandably are careless and exhaling a cleaneralthough still As a society we should minimize
Editor the animals don't die the first time deadly residue into the atmos- where smoking is allowed. Adults
Lucy Chabot then great pain is involved. phere used by the rest of us, is choose not to smoke by a 2-t-1
I believe the committee should certainly an odd which
practice.
margin. The only group
Managing Editor Opinions Editor really regulate animal research or One writer defended smoking shows an increase in smoking is
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton be renamed the Animal Use and
by
pointing to such luminaries as under age 25, primarily females.
Letters Policy Abuse Committee. Churchill, FDR and Einstein as Not only doe it make perfect
I encourage people to attend the
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (abuot one 8-by-10 page). They should be having smoked. Does one suppose sense to ban cigarettes on campus,
typed double-spaced end signed' They should Include e typed name address end telephone next Animal Care and Use Committee that they would have smoked had it is irresponsible to allow it.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause.If you have any questions call meeting March 30, 12:30: p.m. they been
the editorial page editor at 378-<<58, appraised of the deadly Sam CollinsGainesville
i Room 102 of the Animal Science and deliberating effects of tobacco



FRIDAY,MARCH 2.1990,ALLIGATOR 7
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Saturday, Feb. 24
i BEADS 3:45 a.m. We leave Gainesville for New Orleans, almost 10
& hours later than planned. Bad organization.
11:30: a.m. Arrive in New Orleans and head straight for the
burbs not Bourbon Street. Went to Beth's father's house to
scrounge a free meal.
2:30 p.m. Arrive at hotel, and after a quick shower walk to
BOOZE the hotel lounge for Mardi Gras Mambas by the liter.
5:30 p.m. We leave the hotel lounge and head for the
j S: nearest parade, the Krewe of Iris parade. Stop at the first
street vendor we see for some expensive but warm beer.
, The parades, run by groups called Krewes, are named after an-
Photos and words by M.D. CumellaThese cient or mythical characters such as Bacchus, the god of
wine. Although none of the parades is allowed to have more
are as many moments as could be recollected by one of the
than 27 floats so the streets aren't blocked off too long -
many VF students who traveled to New Orleans last weekend to some start at the same time and merge along the parade route.

participate in the Mardi Gras festivities. Krewe members spend their own money on elaborate cos-
tumes, ride the parade floats and throw souvenirs to spec-

roo '" .. "' .--...__ .. tators. The souvenirs, called "throws," are sold by the gross
before Mardi Gras. Krewe members spend between $300 and
$1,000 for beaded necklaces, doubloons, plastic cups and
other souvenirs.
8 p.m. Between parades we look for authentic cajun cook
ing. We thought we had found some until we saw the menu:
cajun corn dogs and cajun french fries.
t 9:30: p.m. -The next parade, the second largest of Mardi
t Gras, is by the Krewe of Endymion. John Goodman,
Roseanne's Barr's TV husband, is Endymion this year and
rides on the lead float.
r .. a Sunday, Feb. 25
3 a.m. Mitch Greenberg, a Student Government cabinet
director and his friend come to our hotel room to crash for
the night. They are gone before we woke up.
Sometime Sunday morning -Wake up with the expected
headache. Go out to buy the normal tacky souvenirs including
T-shirts, posters, mugs and anything else with the words
'Mardi Gras" on it.
10 a.m. Have bignets (light french pastry in powered sugar)
at the Cafe Du Monde.Terribly touristy.
,. 'Ii 11:30: a.m. Denise, Beth, Roger and Steve have their faces
: painted by artists stationed in Jackson Square the center of
*H* :;. the French Quarter.
6:30 p.m. After lunch and short naps, we head for the big-
r gest parade of Mardi Gras, the Krewe of Bacchus parade. Den-
Above: Mardi Gras conte.t.'t nis Quaid, star of The Big Easy, a movie set in New Orleans,
necklaces to anyone i is Bacchus.
flesh. Right: Street Monday, Feb. 26.
tains In the Trench This day also is called Lundi Gras usually the day most
Square. Below: The people get some rest before Tuesday's big festivities.
pete In the feather, 1 p.m. Visit the Riverwalk for shopping and lunch. Tlie River-
of the annual costume walk was built for the 1984 World's Fair and later converted
I to a permanent shopping center.
f 8:30 p.m. After a small parade, we attend a free concert by]
the Neville Brothers at the Riverwalk. Great show.
10 p.m. Go to Pat O'Brien's Bar for hurricane dripks and
a the piano bar. Another very touristy thing to do.
r Tuesday, Feb. 27 (Fat Tuesday)
8 p.m. Still looking for real cajun cooking, we try a res-
taurant called The Nawlins' Cookery. Finally find what we are
;.,: looking for. Blackened redfish, redbeans and rice, pasta with,
.
q4 .j6un "
crawfish, and redfish bignets.
r 9:30 p.m. Our waiter recommends his favorite blues bar, Ab-
synthe House Bar, and we go there to hear Brian Lee & the
Jump Street Five play. Lee, the lead guitarist and singer, is
f'0 li liI led to the stage after the first song because he's blind. But
,. Steve, who's had several beers, swears Lee looked at the
,. :
.. .. -
guitar a couple times and found the microphone too easily.
:"t" 12 p.m. New Orleans closes down in observance of Ash
Wednesday. Street sweepers start the huge task of cleaningthe i
;J. French Quarter.
?""I:'
Wednesday, Feb. 28 (Ash Wednesday) }
1:30() a.m. -' Leave New Orleans for Gainesville because Beth'
has a 10.40: a.m. class. Drop Beth off at Weimer Hall at UP
with four minutes to spare.



8. ALLIGATOR. FRIDAY MARCH 2,1990Chemistry.



I laboratory building to open next week


occupied three months ago had the unit
By BRITTANY RAY WALLMAN
been installed.
Alligator Writer
The final plan for the unit was approvedin
I Professors and graduate students will January. Zerner said the design is practical
move into the new $10 million chemistry and will accommodate renovations.
laboratory building next week but mentionthe "Once they got their act together things
words "air-con moved right along"
ditioning" and you he said.
may get hot reac "The measure of whetherthe The chemistry de-

tions. decisions were made in partment decided it
Delays in install- needed a new build- i I TRt
ing the building's appropriate time is Ing in 1977 and received -
chilled water unit to
money
necessary for pro whether there will be plan the building in t t,

viding airconditioning chilled water when it 1987. Because a
have frustrated careful study was
everyone involved opens up and there will not done before con-
with the project struction began in 1t..
said chemistry be. 1988 the unit's cost N1y NN?
N
partment chairman was underestimatedand
Michael Zerner. Linda Newman engineers had to

Zerner said insufficient UF Planning Consultant redesign the system
funding and Zerner said. "

mismanagement forced Affiliated EngineersSE Engineers estimated the original plan lot"i
Inc.to repeatedly redo plans for the unit's would have cost$600,000 but the actual cost
underground piping postponing the would have been $1.2 million said Rodney i
building's opening. Hyden project manager with Charles R.
The building located near Leigh Hall Perry Inc., the firm contracted for con-
cannot be occupied without the chilled structing the building.
REGGIE GRANT ALLIGATOR
-
water unit Zerner said. "The Legislature didn't appropriate The new chemistry building, which holds offices and laboratories for graduate and
Most of its laboratories and offices will be enough money" said Wallace Brey chair post-doctoral students, will open next week.
used by graduate and post-doctoral students man of the Chemistry Faculty Planning
but machinery in laboratories on the Committee. money and no one knew the status of nearby The original plan would have included
projects that affect the plan Newman said. pipelines that will be needed when several
first floor will be available for undergraduate UF Planning Consultant Linda Newman
use Zerner said. An auditorium adjacent to said the unit could not have been installed The measure of whether the decisions nearby buildings are renovated.The .

the building will be used for large under earlier. were made in appropriate time is whether plan decided upon in January pro
graduate lectures. No one knew if the state Legislature there will be chilled water when it opens up vides for a loop that can later be connectedto
Zemer said the building could have been would approve the plans and appropriate the and there will be" Newman said. units in new or renovated buildings.



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Tuesday: Bo Diddley, 4-7 at Bandshell ON

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classified ad: Village 2bdr/2ba F needed, to Santa FE CC, I BDR $270.$280, FURNISHED UNFURNISHED
1 for Rent Furnished 'xc. rmmtes, transp provided to UF and 2 BDR 1335. NEW Townhouse $440 Sec Roommates Available
2 for Rent Unfurnished In Person: SFCC wash/dry, $175/mo 375-5384 Angela Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs We're No. I
Cash, check. MC or VISA. 32101 Santa Fe Trace Apts 378-1 1eO. 4.30.75- REGENCY OAKS
3 Mobile Homes 2 376-5766
The Office
Alligator 3230 SW Archer Road
Sublease 2BR i8th Apt walking distanceto
For Rent/Sale/ 105 W. University Av..
campus Rent $330 month Call 335- Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet COUNTRY GARDENS
4 Sublease House/Apt./ M-F 8am-4pm 6456 lor detail 3.6.5-1 washer/dryer available In most units for 373-4500
Main Bookstore $20 mo. Cats Allowed IB.2B, 1 & 2 Bath 2001 SW 16th Street
5 Roommates Hub Customer Service Desk WINDMEADOWS. ,Ibdr turn ,sublet, near $250.$350, sec & Imr. 372.6422. 4.30752 -
Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the
6 For Sale M-Faam-4.30pm pool. 373.3558 apt 98 3751
price ot one Pool, tennis, sauna, wt
7 Real Estate ReiQ Union, Cashier Office SPACIOUSONE room. Stonendge Apt. 3800 SW 34 St
Summer C 3bdr Condo, Cypress Point
M.Faam-9pmSat noon 9 pm BEDROOM APT. 3751121' 430452
Females Immaculate SOO/mo, Close to
8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm ONLY $260/MO
UF Call Fred
at 372-0113 314101
1 bdrm In Oxford Manor
for
LYONS APT apt rent, very
9 Autos Medical. Bookstore. ShandsM 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 clean, avail immediately, save money by
10 Wanted F, 8 am 4:30 pm Available Now: Across Tigert 4-30-71-2 renting now. please call Kim 371.2837 or
375 1626.
3262
11 Services By Mall: All Utilities Paid For
Central' Heat/Air PH': 371-3608 INCREDIBLE
Use forms appearing weeklyin Summit House, nice 2bdr/1 ba. Available
Efficiency Apt
12 Services 1238 SW 4th Ave. 3-7-5-1
Typing the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by Starting at $185 May. Walk to VA/Shands/CampusI 335

13 Help Wanted mail MC VISA, or checks only. Avail Immed I 1BR apt In Sundown Apts Starting at $235'2/ Bedroom 3560 Leave a message. 3552

take over lease thru July 90 see or call CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE
Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND
14 : manager 377-2596 D 335-1867 N ask for 110 NW 39th Ave.3783e1e 1/2 mile to campus Trees, quiet neighborhood
1 15 personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard AS. 3961 Clean, newly painted 2br apt,
ONLY Five dollar minimum. 375-3861 dw, washer/dryer hookup, $350/mo Call
16 Connections M-F8.30.4pm. 3730129. 3992

17 Notices. o How to correct UFA TODAY by Scott Miller Take over our 2 bdrm. in Oxford Manor for
18 May-August. Be set lor falll Call 335-
Rides.
t 6577. 3.8.5.2
19 Pets .. .: ,: cancel your ad:
*Artistic Environment* '1-2rm stu-
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: .E4S y dio/apl avail Immed No dep req. Util! inc
:...>.,.;>:" Call 373.FIND Mon Fn 8.4 pm. $140/1195 Neg Hardwood floors 410 NW
No refunds can be given 13th ST Call 335.9796 377.1898 372-

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Call 373.FIND with any corrections before UF now or 5/1 carport, cent air, wood
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY floors College Park Properties: 411 NW
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 15 St 371-7777 3852

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Cor.
Ads mailed in or placed at the rected ads will be extended one day. HUGE 2bd 2bth now or Fall Bel Air Apts
Union Shands No refunds or credits can be given alter 636 NW 26 Ave. (off 6 51)). Spacious
or may take grounds, magnificent oaks Park
College
placing the ad. Changes called in alter
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ibd walk-in closet Village West Apts 800 Mar-Apr, Renewable The Woods,
NW 18 Av (take 9 St N from 18 Av) 371. close to UF on SW. 1BR IBA Furnl. 1 GREAT Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
7777, 371-0251 Now or (all. 31611.2 pool $267/mo .lelf 338-6036. 372-2876. brands are all at our New Locationl! Car Magnavox 286 12 Mhz 40MB ((28ms)
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- Hard Drive 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB).
2070. 4-30-75-6 3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive, 14" VGA Color
S ROOMMATESNeed DEALSpacious Monitor (.31 dot pitch), 18-bit VGA switch-
MOBILE HOMES: CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la the oldest able video card MS-DOS, 4.01,GWBatic..
1. 2 or 3 rmmt for 3bd/2ba apt In Apt. own tadr/ba Swimming beat and lowest priced car Stereo DOS Tutorial 1 yr. warranty, $1589.
3 FOR RENT/SALE Three Oaks, just 4 bike to campus microwave Pool Tennis Club House. Pets ok. tore In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St.
I paddle 'fans,w/d facilities. Call 378- $250/mo NO DEP. Call 336-0530 or 376- 4-30-75-6 PANASONIC 1124
8365. 3-2-3-5
12x60 2Bd iBa; Washer/Dryer; New Carpet 1655. 3-5-10-8
Tub/Shower/ Hot Water Heater. ; Deck Rockford, Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, Letter Quality Printer 2 yr warranty. Best
$3450, 378-0620 or 375-2863. 6:00-: Need A Rmmt Avail. Nowl! F N/S own/rm/ Roommate Wanted to share 3br/2ba/ Infinity, Kicker, Cod Alarm. The Beat printer! $305.
7:00pm.: 3-2-1-3 full ba,washer dryer. Oxford Manor. Rent condo In Sparrow on Tower Road. Car Starlet Installer In town. Car Stereo -
nego. Call 377-6034. 325.5 $175/mo ft 1/3 utll. Call Drew at 332-8436 to Oo. 3751134. 4-30.75-6 WORD PERFECT 5.1
'leave message. 3-6-5-5
SUBLEASE: Female to share 2bdr/2ba/ Townhouse In CAR ALARMS Installed remote control Latest full version students and faculty
SW Area, fully furnished washer/dryer N/S F rmmate to share 2bd/1 1/2 ba apt 3 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will only $135.
4 HOUSE/APT. $225/mo ft 1/2 util. Call Gwynn at 335- mi. from Shands. W/d dw, ac, etc. Serious demo.Call 336-0103 student Iv. message.
8273 3-9-10-5 student pre I. $200/mo & 1/2 util.! 335- 430726Car ELITE #335-1300
1 bdr apt. avail. March walk to UF, 5619. 3-6-5-5
Room In Forest of (the Unicorn townhousefor
$239/unlurn $2S9/lurn. Call Tom 336- Horn
or AI.rma. Autopage,Chapman.
F, all amenities Incl., Roommate
pool sauna wanted In
a spacious apt.
1029 3-7-11-4 and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sinful, Sherwood SPEAKERS
2MAMIS'$150.2MAM
$250/mo/ & 1/2 util 3733564. 3-13-10-5 $132/mo 1/3 utll. Call 378-3211. 3-2-4-5
and more. W* Beat All Prlceal 8' pl. ace. $125 Obo. 332-7961 Steve. 3-
THE LAURELS! Take over payments: M/F rmmt needed for 3bd/2ba hou... Room & Bath In NE House N/S/ Cant ht/ac 3733754. 4-30-69-6 2-5-6
May through August. Furnished: dresser w/d. dw. ac. $175/mo + 1/3 utll. 372-3695. wash/dry no leas, $165/mo t 1/2 util.
desk twin beds and own bath. 378.1146 Unlvega Grand Rally 12 speed bike.
Call Dave after 6pm at 378-4698. 3-7-5-5 MICRO CENTER/ Computers
$250/month & utilities. CALL TODD 335- M/ns roommate needed to share 3bd/2ba Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgat Shimano components. 25 Inch frame New
9292. 3-2-5-4 house. Washer/dryer 5 mile from campus ..e.F/M roommate to share 4bdr H P. Price same or lower than mall- sells for $550. Asking $200 or will trade
$180/mo/ + 1/3 utilities dpolit. Call hous*. Own bed, w/d, dw, ac, Hot tub. order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb for a mountain bike. 3713634. 3-2-5-6
Sublet 1 bd/unf.. Wmdmeadows, March 375-8189. 3-5-5-5 Small pits ok. i75/mo & utll. Jim at 338- ((28ms), graphic monitor ...
through July. 372-8752 leave message. 0483*)*).**> 3-7-5-5 MC 288/12 $1195 Packard Bell $1265, Micro & land "Like New" $400. Klngsiz
WOWI Hawaiian 2bd/2ba LARGE WE WANT YOUI F for own room In 3bdr MC 386SX)( $1495 Northgat 386/20 mattress, box spring and frame Ilk
Village NW home 1 1/2 to UF, w/d. ac cable, nice SPYGLASS Need rmmt ASAPI 3/bdr. $2399. PB 286 laptop w// hd ft battery New" $350. Misc. turn. Will be
for Sum C
Sublet $440/mo .ngr
apt. woption yard. 1/4 util $180/mo./ 378-4827 Misty. turn. $225 & util. Washdryown $1999. CompuAdd 810 wi 20mb ft graphics avail around March S. 373-4763 and
renew I Terms 372.3467.
to Negotiablel
3-6-6-5 room/bsth. tot month fre.ll Call 335- monitor $970.1 & 3 year warranties. ask for Kim. 3-2-5-6
Oakbrook Walk lux. apt. Close to UF 5235. 3-7-5-5 Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer
2bdr/2ba. turn $190/mo. Share room. Christian male seeks same (nto) share Needed F student to snare 2bd/2ba/ In $185. HP L..erJ.t lip $ 0411. 4110 SW ALPINE: Equalizer ((3213)) & 80X2 bridgeable -
Call Maida at 336-8969 3-5-5-4 mobile, home, Own room and bath. Pets Tower rd area. $150 mo+1/2 util. Please 34th St. 308 W Univ. Ave 4-30-65-6 amp(3528)( ); like n.w. together only
$175/mo. 1 st and last. 336-1989 $275 Great for .
neg. any call 376-2830 A leave a meisap obo. adding tub Call 371
Summer Sublet! n/s/l' needed time. 3-2-3-5 8165. 3-2-5-6
early May. Sony CDX 77 brand new $375. Rockford
Own bdrm in nice 3brm apt. 1 1/2 miles Rockwood Villas M/F rmmt. to share
15 In tuned enclosure
from UF ONLY $145mo. Don't lose out! M/F/ rmmt needed lor 2bd spacious apt. 3bd/3ba./ condo $250/mo + 1/2/ util, $300 Fosgate-2, 2 18' punch $600. Call 336- TANDY 1000hx 2 720k drives, time-date
335-6723 3244Featuring Lots of extras! Piccadilly Apts. $210 + 1/2 wash/dry security system, many extras 6854. 3-5-5-6 punch pro chip 130A printer color monitor wstand.
util. Call Richard at 335-5584. 3-9-6-5 Kelly 3356359. 3-12-7-5 Nice system. Dan 338-1352 $995,00 obo.


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GREAT PARTY BAR for salel Bar and 2 FUTON & FRAME SALEI! Ticket 4'sae Spring Break R/T Tampa to UF LOCATION! 15 room house 16 Pontiac Grand.Am: excellent condl-
bar stools Asking $100 or best offer. From only $200 per set Chicago Mar 15.22 $125 obo. 3739940 CH/AC. Good condition! Rented In- ion low mileage $1500 plus take overpayments

Pleas call 373.0079. 3636 Call Mat 377-56SO 3.2.2.8Cherry vestmentMraternlty/other $130,000, 3360011 or 372.3136. 325
376-8652 owner. 3.7.42-T i
A/C/ FOR SALEI! Sear 12.000 BTU. Only One ladies Ross beachcruiser good cond wood 1930s vanity.armoir $300,
used 2 mot Now have central air-don't and one lades Schwinn lOsp like new. matching gold 'leaf sofa chair set $225. OPEN HOUSE 2.5 SUNDAY.Only '10 minutes 1989 Jeep Wrangler driven S.mo. low
need Org. $460 Now $3501 Call 373 $125 each Call 378-4553. 3236 mahogany chair set of 4 $100 call 335 from JHMHC 3021 SE 27 Ave Turnat miles like new, black wblack top am/fm
0079 3636 2852. 3528 24 PI off 27 St Lakev ew. 3BR split cassette Paid $10000 Sell for $8500.

Pioneer pull.out car stereo, w/2/ 100 watt plan. A..um.mort.no qua!. 9% plus owner 3774817 3569
COPY MACHINE Sharp Z70 personal copier Jensen 6X9 speakers $250. Call 336 Fender Squler Telecaster w/hdcase Pea- will finance $47,900 Jean Chalmers REALTOR .
retails lor $1700 excellent shape. Will 6234 ask for Bill. Will sell separately 3. vey amp delay pedal like.new, $275obo. -Assoc. Coldwell Banker/M.M/ Par 84 1/2 GT Turbo Mustang T-tops limited
lake best offer ph. 373.6829. 3246 236 takes all. call Rick at 1 374 9578 Ive mes rlsh & Assoc Inc 372-5375,378.6504. id lion. A/C low miles, fully loaded,
sag. 3748 3217 ixc/cond. must see Asking $4700. Call

Roundtrip ticket from G'v II* to Charlotte. 3328290. 3259
KOKOMAMAImports FOR SALE Dresser in condition
NC, $150 Mar. 16-23. Call Kelly 373- great
from Africa. Beauty supplies 4167 3986 $40. New computer. desk $60. Call Barbara 8 MOTORCYCLESOrange I 1084 Mercury Lynx 2 door hatchback, 4.
at 378 2883. 3.7.4.6Nishikl
Mention this ad and get 20% oft select speed tm/fm/ cassette, 4200 miles ac
clothing. Good thru Mar 1 15 615 W. Univ Dinn table ft 6 chairs $120, Couch and Prestige 10 speed bike. 2yrs old and Blue Insurance now covers $1800 obo. 371.4923 nights and week
3246 Love chair $120 Coffee table $40 2 sin ends. 3259
336-9397 lass than 200 miles, Must Selll! asking motorcycles! Low rates, low payments
gla beds $50. 392 7923-after 5 335 .
pm call Tim 3384502. 38561BWTV sale rider discounts fast drive-thru service
$375 at
Cassidy Furniture & ApplianceGifts 6217, 3226 3772277. 3.12.10.8 ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow
General Merchandise New ft Used rates, low payments fast drive.thru
25.00.Electric blanket-10.00.
Buy ft Sell 534 SW 4 Ave 373.9505. For sale: VCR $95 and Sharp Carousel service se habla Espanol 377-2277
TstrOven-10.00ibroiler-5.00 1 call 371-
microwave oven $65. Call 395.8019. anytime 377CARS. We care 3-12-109
Sofa with matching chair and rocker plus 3226 9807 alter' 4pm. 3.6.3.6JENSEN 9 AUTOS
endtables $100. Two table lamps $10
SPEAKERS 3-way, 10" woofers 1111111 1 I 1985 Cavaler Convertible. Black auto
Ea. 3723730. 3656 Must aellll Couch and loveliest $60 table $60 ONKYO TAPE DECK music search, '86 Honda CRX Sspd sunroof, buy now Power everything: New stereo/cass.
and chairs $60 bench and weights $25 or take over good cond.. must .
exel cond $60 Call 374 4079. 3526 payments great condo $5000 Call 336-3828 365
Glass Table and chairs, Bookshelf Reclining 372.8150 ask for Lori NEGOTIABLE! 3- sell. 472-4041. 38109 9
chair Full size bed and dresser 536
Must Sell ASAP. If interested call 377 7 REAL ESTATE
3100. 3656 Black Jaws moped 4 sal*.Only 578 miles 67 VW Beetle 'factory sunroof good restoration .
Runs bad. Good.4 395.7083 project Doesnt run. Rusted but Classifieds.
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parts Mill Run Townhouse 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, .
Waterbed; queen semiwaveless. side nmgi Ask for Randy. Best offer! 3756 wash/dry partly (turn Ig bay window. AskIng complete $125 call alter 6pm 375 6601 Continued next
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padding. gorgeous. exc/cond/ sell really $44,500. Call 372.4293. 3257
cheap, $200 obo. Call for more Info Jeff BICYCLE 24" Beach Cruiser Mongoose
335-5528. 3656 12 speed. Like New $160 Ask For Jason
375.9031 3756 PLAZA TRIPLE
TICKET TO COLORADO F only Mar. 15-
25 G'ville to Denver roundtrip $300 obo. MUST SELL) Sherwood 140w amp JVC THEATRE
Call Jen 373.6492. 3546 100w amp MGT elec. crossover, 2-10* 441 ft mi ILVONW

woolen. cust split. box-mini truck, 371-2434 .
SAILBOAT Laser II 19S5, ready to sal k ngcb. everything cheap 371.6704. 3.9. SEAN
trailer Included. FAST and FUN?! $2000. 76 $3 00 mal nut. $2 50 t twilight I shows
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$2 75 senior citizens I 1 children 3.12:
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AUTOS SERVICESAAA SERVICES TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED

1982 Pontiac J.2000, 76,000 mile, auto. STORAGE **NEW TAX SERVICE* Typing/Wordprocessing./ WordPerfect CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER lor The
./c. nice clean car good mpg $1400 obo. Close to UF, Convenient/ Affordable rates $5/FORM 5.1, quality work last results, low rales Independent Florida Alligator Must own
call 3355296. 3.6.3.11 4x4x4 lS/mo Free consultationcall dependable, personal service Tara 332- reliable van or pick-up truck and be available .
4x8x8 $25/mo PAUL, 372-5814, mornings. 3-16-14- 1469. 4-30-54-12 from Sam until 9am Monday through
79 VOLKSWAGON RABBIT 2000R with 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 11 Friday. Must have excellent driving record
tun-roof, ae, $850. Call 378-4936 leave 4-30-75-11 TLC for your papers, projects theses, and valid Florida driver license. Pay
message, 5-4-9 Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms etc Pro wp Mae; 2, laserl Graphics, sp. per route plus mileage. Apply at the Alligator
** GATOR MOVING ** 45 acres ring jumps TLC local chk., reasonable, nts, wknds, 373.9619. offices, 1105 West University Ave
1978 TOYOTA CORONA Station Wagon. call 462-5127 or 462.4311. 3-16-12-11 3-6-10-12 nue. Ask for the route driver application.No .
Original Owner Excellent Condition Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- calls please. Affirmative Action/Equal
$1100. 378.7535 leave message. 3.8.5- item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis. TYPING Pickup/Del./ Typing and wordproc. near Opportunity Employer.
9 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30-75-11 campus. Dependable, quality service.
12 Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol AVON 375-8967
78 Chevette, 4-door automatic runs SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons SERVICESYOU 373-4464. 3-7-11-12 Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
good good radial tires, $400. Call 372- boarding woodser facilities A Benefits Insurance. 4-30.75.13
5909. 3.2.2.9 hay rides parties sales working WRITE, WE TYPE ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER -
students accepted 466.3224 3758080. Business Legal Personal Reports. WP5 ENGLISH GRAD edit/proof/spell
'88 CHEVETTE P/S, A/C, AUTO, 4DR. Term Papers Typeset, Resume Etc. no cholesterol Ripp 376-3649. 3-28- Paying $125 to persons w/lnfected cuts
AM/FM CSSTE. 57K. Great condition. *SUNBELT MOVING* G'vllle Handicapped Typing 20-12 scrapes, or other Injuries' to be on antibiotic
Asking $2300. 372-4129. 3-239 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.1Item 378-7179. study. Blood ,test,required. Call 331-
4-30-75-12 Put It In Writing. Fast", accurate reliable 5379. 4-3-20-13
-House full. Local/Lng dlst Li /Ins. _
PLYM RELIANT 1986 GOOD CONDITION service. Masters In English will check
PHONE 377.6463 Priced for Students! Marty. 375MOVE. 4- *Typing reports business legal spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 32- NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER
$3600 OBO 384.9 30.75.11 resumes cassettes transcribed applications 3-12 CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for
letters notary *etc. Available program specialists: Team Sports Tennis
82 Buick Regal It. blue 4dr good cond, pi. *FREE* 24 hours/7/ days3722777. 4-30-75-12 IBM Compatible WP 5.0 La'ser Printer ; Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire:
pb, .c, lilt steer, Pioneer stereo 67k mi Test Legal Medical Terminology, Reports, Papers Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave,
Pregnancy
$2000. Call 378.0253Ieall. message. 3- Typing $1.00 pg. min. 500. Reports Thesis. Call 378-2034. 3-13-10-12 Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirla( ). 16
2-2-9 Gainesville Women'sHEALTH Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List., Horseneck Road Montvllle NJ 07045.
CENTER WCS 917 NW 13th 373-9822. 4-30-75- QUICKSILVER Please call 18007780520. 4-18-48-13
VW Jolla GLI 1985 4-door, 5speed.30mpg 720 NW 23rd Avenue 12 WORDPROCESSING
great shape Inside/out, dependable 377.5055 24-HRS/7 DAYS 378-6515 Summer Jobs Outdoors. Over 5,000
sporty transportation! $4900 obo ABORTION (To 24 Wks) MICRO CENTERTyping 3384938. Full Openings! National Parks Forests Fire
(Mark) 373-9883. 3-7-5-0 BIRTH CONTROL & self service computing. Typing starts& Crews. Send stamp, for free details. 113 E
Gynecology Services 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Self service 13 HELP WANTEDEARN Wyoming. Kaliipelt, MT 59901. 3-6-20-
Toyota Tercel 1981, good shape lots of 4-30-71-11 resumes $2.50/hr 15page.I Laser 13
mileage left $1000, call 377-2263. evenings typeset graphics spell check theses $35
best. MUST SEE. 3-7-4-9 MOVING? papers special characters employment This week for new donors for 2 plasma COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE for the sum
Resourceful student w/ full size truck will databases mailmerge training. donation on our new automated ma mer. Outstanding brother/sister sports
Can you buy Jeeps, Cars 4 x 4's SeizedIn beat any price In town. 336-9461 383011 WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 4-30- chines. Special bonus programs each camps on 22ml lake near "On Golden
drug raids lor under $100.00? Call lor 65-12 month. Free refreshments, tree parking. Pond" site seeks staff. All trans, pd. Interviews
facts today 8056449533. Dept. 524. Experienced staff serving you since 1969. avail. Roblndel (girls) 215-884-
Credit Card guaranteed acceptance, no Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable
Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 3326. Winaukt (boys) 014-698-1833.
deposit write S. Marlon, 1100 service. Reasonable rates. Laser
security 3.8.18.13
SW 4th Ave. 378 9431 Mon-Frl 8.7 5.1.A .
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Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro The Jamaican Blowout aAEA
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Jewelry 3739243. 4-30-75-10 DJ service 375-8483.. 3-7-10-11
Featuring Grammy Nominee:
Want Eric Clapton ticket at Omnl-Atlanta. STRIKE GOLD :
Good seat only (not behind atage/2-miles with the PC Lab Gold Card THIRDWORLD
awayl) Call Jeanne at 373-2351 3.2.5. unlimited use of computers ft software e'a '
10 $99/4/ months. 3726500. 3-2-5-11 I II
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Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave T a Julie Mislow
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from TOYOTAMYERS I t : 1990 Preview Staff
$20,10% disc to students. 332-8917 4- Drink m
30.75.11 Speak a Heather Stein ew
$1 Shooters
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS e $2 Moers Outstanding Female Graduate e-

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1233 NW 10th Ave.
OH and Filter $11.93 Florida Cicerones e
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National Abortion Member Federation I 4-cylinder $24.16 < Zvia Livingstone Tracy Sarner :

4307511SEXUALLY $28.74some Stacey Silverman 'I

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Get confidential testing and treatment at at Central City $
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4- I And all our sisters for having

30.75.11 I WE NOW II I Tickets $10 at the doorHyde $ the highest overall G.P.A. '1 in aa

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Need volunteer for a 2 week .study of anew PLANNING Vu.rnet/Carrer./R.y.B.n/G.lor. Great blew It. girlfriend! I wanted something 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w/ 4 yrs of
psoriasis medication 331 5379. 3. prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical for Valentine Day only you could give weekly Fri's/Sun bus trips Pets ok pkg

152013 INTERN Laboratory 3765563 618' SW 4 Ave 1 me. not a black Alpha Romeo But a Joseph trantported GMG trans 336.7026 ((305))
block from Ala Gen 43075.15 Cook Glamour Foliol! Redeem yourself 2663788 3134618
CAMP WEKEELA FOR BOYS/GIRLS $700.00 Bi Weekly for St Patricks Day or else! Call
CANTON MAIN. Natural Foods and Vitamins 373.7349 today I 32315STATE.OFTHEART.
One of America moat prestigious camps Birkenstock Sandala
Indian River has Summer Internship .
County a
seeks creative dynamos lor staff posi Sunflower Health Foods 19 PETSBall
position .v.ll.bl. Program for '10 12
lions June 18 thru Aug 18. for tennis. 87 SW 34th SI 372-7482
Weeks beginning o/a May ,15. 1990 This BANG BANG
waterfront position, Gymnastics. 43075.15PREGNANT Python lor sale 4 1/2 loot tank ft hot
Internship will focus on long-range planning THE REV A dance
: good place to Coming
dance/drama/ camp crafts/ropes art. of. rock included $140 obo 335-7945 Ask for
activities Principal duties will be to March 9th 3-13-10.'15
lice. kitchen maintenance and many ? Don'l gu.... Gel Immediate Mke 32319
assist the Staff In of
other pos tions. If you think you're tops. Planning completion test results from a reliable source -
Reply at: 130 S Merkle Rd. Columbus the County land development regulation. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4. Spring Break Jama cat Its not too late! Free chow-lab mix to a good home 11.
revision, Specifically this will Involve .
position Incredible price! ONLY $479 from Gainesville
Ohio 43209 32.10.13SEARN 30-75-15 weeks old house trained Includes leash
conducting analyses. doing studies air hotel
Including ((8-daYI/7.nlghll)
collar food, bowl. Call 372-4929 anytime
SPRINGBREAK drafting portions of development regulations NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get Reggae beach parties. morel' Call Collect 3.2-3.111

Start a job right away earn good $. work participating In public Meetings. special student discounts on exams and 3052849800 36515'
fix hr*. ft get Spring Break off. For more and undertaking other activities Excellent all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD.
info call DAN at 378-0812. 323.13 writing and speaking ability FamiliarIty 377-0881'. 4.30.75-IS SPRING BREAK
with dBase III. Symphony and PC Time ,Is Running Out 20 LOST & FOUNDFinders
ARC-Info desirable Minimum qualifications Call IFC Travel Group
Singing Messengers for Balloons ft Look Your Best Everyday!
Bears Fun and Outgoing people only. : graduate student Urban Planning Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc I''for 371-0089 / 332-98541-800.783.2262 Keepers?
Master degree Programs: Send resumeto ; 3-7.5-5'
3751199 354.13 Info about I 1 the PERMANENT removal of If find
you something, you can place a
: unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307. THE AFFORDABLE. ALTERNATIVE TO FREE ad in this sect on. Be kind to someone .
Indian River County Personnel
Phlebotomist Position available Immediately 43075.15
who lost what found. Call 373
OPRAH'S DIET! Lose 7.16 pounds In6wk. you
Apply at: Gainesville Plasma 238 1840 25th St. Vero Beach FL 32960
EOE/AANP Employer $STUDENTS GET CASH .. The Amazing Micro Diet For Free FIND._
SW 41h Ave Students welcome 3-6-5 13
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321.13 For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy Sample Call Dr. Hill 904-438 2903. 340.15 -
LOST: HP41 CX aerial is 2623S20276
372 1226, 211 W. Univ Ave..nexttoCen. '
Summer Jobs-Camp Takajo Boys need very much reward 904-528-4348.
Shands Hospital at the University of FlorIda
Camp In Maine Counselor petitions Iral City. 43075.15 32-620
available A great way to spend the has the following part-time positions _

Summer. Call today-Coach Chatln, avail: SAVE ON RAYBANS CANCUNSome Reward: Blue bag containing ra ngear and

392.OS81 or come by 214 Florida Gym. University Opticians black leather gloves Lost at entrance to
3.8-8-13 Secretary ((1pm, -5pm. M-F) requires 45 300 SW 4th Ave 378-4480 space still left .
St Brett 336 9788
Piccadilly Apts on 34th -
GREAT ESCAPE TRAVEL
CWPM 2yrs secretarial experience:word 43088.15

Soccer coaches needed for Spring Season processing and data, entry experience 331'-2800 3-5-5-20_

Call YMCA 376.7172 for more infer FC I GROUP 3.14-0.15' Found ladies watch near Shands Feb 21.
mation Stipends available Receptionist (Sam.1pm. M-F) and TRAVEL
( are ) Call 336-6899. 3-2-3-20
Porch Sale Connect Meet that
3-7.5-13 ((12, :30pm-5pm. M F) requires 35 CWPM : special

1 yr. secretarial/clerical experience as Cancun $299 000 Jamaica $299 someone over that special ashtray. couch Found set of keys Feb 22 Norman Field
Mother Helper terrific kids need super well as excellent phone skills and abilityto ***Nites 5-DaYI.** lamp or ceramic toad Sat: 315 NW 2nd St. 335.3600. 3-i-3.20

friendly responsible person to help us In deal w/publlo Climb Aboard The Party of your Life 32215' _

the afternoon 3-6. Most resp incl. driving Limited Space Found eye glasses Feb/26 call to identify
to various sport activities Pays well Please specify which position InterestedIn For more Info/resv Call $ USED CD'S' $ Alex at 392-0921. 3.2.3-20
must have references Call 378-6029 eve when applying Applicationresumemay 3329854 371-0089
mngs 3-2-2-13 be sub by Wed Mar 7. 199010: 800-783-226 We buy ft sell call 37-SPIKE, Spikes Records FOUND: m.n' wallet belonging toP
Anna Capllanlo 3-75-'15 3.7.5-'15 .S.Brennan. outside Club X on 2/23. Call
Writer/Editor: Founder of 'high-tech marketing Shands Hospital 395-71 99 ask for J.J. 32320
firm seeks talented writer/editor Interested at the University of Florida Reitz Union Barber Shop-ground floor. Ap. GREEK DINNER .
In helping finish/edit a book for Box J347Galn..vllI. pomtments for busy students Walk-Ins SOUP TO DESSERT Five Recipes 300 Lost: women's watch Feb 21 sentimental
publishing 335-1226.' 3-7-5-13 .. FL 32610 welcome 10 ..perillylill. 392.1610. 3- Sane MA PO Box 1057" Trenton FL 32693 value! Reward please call Heather 373-
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Houl.work-bu.y Mom 3hri/2 week _

377.8822 Lve message 322.13 College Work Study needed for general' SPRING BREAKThe : Set of keys btwn Frat Row ft Law
secretarial duties ,10-20 hrs per week School call to ID 395.7889. 3-2-3-20
40 to 55 yr old subjects needed to participate $4.50 per hr. Call 392-8740. 3.7.4.13 Bahamas ,Is the HOTTEST destinationthis 16 CONNECTIONSGAY
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In a face perception study Will be year Starting $199' per person Call FOUND: Par of glasses near '13th St and
paid Call 371-3392. Lv name and numb Part-time teaching aid to assist alternoon Todayl 377-6369 Breakaway Tours 32. SWITCHBOARD University Ave 392-5671 (days) 336-0504
.r. 37513WAITRESSWAITER enrichment program at United Church 11.15 (eve). 3.5-3.20
Wednesdays 12:30-3.00. 372.4615' 3.8- 332-0700. 24 Hrs Info/Referral _
5-'13 SFCC and UF students new 8wk ed group 4-30.75.'16 Found Arizona I I.D. Call Marc for more Info

Part.time days. nights MUST be available for students of alcoholic parentage leave 3761743 36320
spring break. Apply Mon-Fri. CAMP GREENVILLE located in the Blue message for Marilyn 372-6817 by 3/2 3- EYE EXAMS contact lenses. eye disease
SNUFFY. 1017 W. Unlv Ave 36413 Ridge Mtns I is locking for F/M counselors 8-5.15 treatment 28 years exp Dr. J. Beckum FOUND: Set of keys by-t"SE": on
For more information call Rober 335 optometrist 917 W Univ Ave 376-1288. Greenpeace keychain. call 395-6898 to ID.
CRUISE SHIP JOBS. Stewart 3517 3.8-53' B 4 U buy anything for ten'ni.. racquetball 3-30-17.16 36-320

Stewartess. Mantenance Earn top dollar squash or badminton check out EZ Tennis _
guaranteed openings Call now for BUSINESS Ask your friends about our prices Gay guy Inexperienced would like to LOST: Gold chain bracelet on 2/27, REWARD .
summer amp 1.800.926-8447 ext C1 188. quality and service 34 St Plaza 391015' meet same for weekend fun and companionship 371-0349. 3-5-2-20
3-7.5'13 Box '13088. 32604 3-2-5 '16 _
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The only part of your racket which comesIn LOST DOG Dalmatian, (white wblack
contact with the ball is the string Don I Student Loans & Financial Aid No one spots), male. '10 mos. old was wearing
Summer/Fall Openings for Administrative COMPUTERS terminals ft pc'a. buy sell, settle for a cheap Imitation. This messageis refused with good collateral EZ (arms Tennessee tag& brown collar answers to
Coordinators Housing Applicants must trade. rent ft repair Great prices. OUAL provided as a public service courtesy of Best Jewelry ft Loan 371GEMS. 3.12-'10. Eddie. big cash reward. Call 332-0677. 'Iv

be Juniors or above classification OR ITY CDCS 816' W Univ 338-0378. 4-30- EZ Tennis. 391015' 16 message ,3-9.6-20
have copmleted four semesters at UF. 75.14

GPA: 2.2 or higher. Applicants with residence EZ Tennis knows stringing! Nylon $8+: syn NEED CASH? Call the cash HOTLINE FOUND: book in Little Hall on 2/26 Call
hall work experience and demonstrated RESUMESSame gut $12, If they go low EZ Tennis will go 371-GEMS. CASH FOR ANYTHING! 3-12. 338.,500. 36320
( supervisory and administrative day Next dey lower 372-2257, 391015Our '10-16 _
experience or potential preferred Position Many Styles a Fonts Editing Found gentle pitbull has ice blue eyes

Is live-In, half.time. Applications and PC Lab, 17 ST. ft Unlv 3726500 goal at EZ Tennis Is to help you save! TOP CASH FOR GOLD silver diamonds call 3352852. 3.6-3.20

position descriptions available from the B 4 U buy rackets shoes. sportswear etc New or used or broken Best Jewelry
lousing Office n..llo Beaty Towers or DON'T WAIT strings grips or even balls. check us out.. & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave 371.4367, 3-12-
until midterms to use PC Lab.
from area Assistant Directors The Division We've built our reputation on price. quality 10-'16 ta_
of Housing Is EEO employer Deadline Learn WP. Lotus 123 dBase a ..c.lI.nl..rvic.. 391015
: March IS. 1990 by 4pm Housing Now. Special plans 372-8500. 325.14 STATE-OF-THE-ART- Find

Olfice 3-2"1.13 INVESTMENT CLUB Our great prices continue: tshlrts 30% off; BANGBANGTHE
shirts shorts skirts to 25% off
limited Initial $$$ required for Investment most up ; REV: A good place to dance Coming
-don t lake our words, ask someone
AMA loss West pick your own stocks) Call Todd at 335- stringing your March 9th 3.\13-10.16
friends; most rackets 30% off; tennis balls
f University 7042 anytime 37514
373-1234 $1 1.88 EZ Tennis 391015 Tall slim BM desires to meet tall slim WM special.

W S STRIKE GOLD for discreet friendship PO BOX 5223 Gnv
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'Canes will try to steal baseball series from Gators


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"' By RON KASPRISKE bases in 67 attempts this season pick-off move, but they'll have to Alex Fernandez, who opted to play fans on our side here and there
Alligator Writer and inevitably will try to run on the use more right-handed hitters professional baseball after compiling aren't any distractions for us like
I Gators, who split their first two against him,"Lovekamp said."And a record of 15-2 last year, there are in Miami."
;1 See Miami run. games with the Hurricanes last their right-handed hitters aren't as Miami's pitching staff has an im- There was one big distractionfor
I''I I And run, and run, and run. weekend in Coral Gables. good at stealing bases." pressive 3.26 ERA. the Gators the last time Miami

See UF pitchers throw to first. "What worries me the most is Left-handed hitters Mike Tosar Miami probably will start Oscar was in town. UF and Miami
I' And throw to first, and throw to that they run so well," said UF and Gino DiMare are among team Munoz on Saturday and Greg cleared their benches in a fight at
first, and throw to first. pitching coach Scott Lovekamp."So leaders in stolen bases along with Knowles on Sunday. Munoz is 3-0() the NCAA Regionals last season,
Get the idea? if we're going to beat them,we right-hander Greg Erickson.Tosar with a 1.75 ERA in four starts, while but Moberg said that won't be a
Good, because if you attend the have to neutralize that by throwingto has eight in nine attempts, while Knowles is 3-0 with a 2.97 ERA in factor this weekend.
UF baseball team's weekend series first a lot." DiMare has stolen 10 and Erickson four starts.

with steal-happy Miami, you'll Junior pitcher Cord Corbitt,who 11. Another lefty, Orlando Pal- UF outfielder Mike Moberg, That fight was blown out of
picked the win in UPs 5-4 victory meiro, has six steals. proportion Moberg said. "This
being seeing a lot of f that along up who played high school baseball
with one of the best collegiate over Miami last Saturday, has UF coach Joe Arnold said against Knowles in Fort Lauder- rivalry is usually aggressive, but
baseball rivalries in the country.UF been the most effective of the UF Corbitt is a likely candidate to start dale, said Miami's pitchers are it's not like we want to fight."

8-5 and ranked 18th in the pitchers in keeping runners from Saturday's game. tough, but the Gators proved they Bikini contest' canceled.
latest Collegiate BaseballESPNpoll stealing. While UF pitchers will have can hit off them in the first series, The UF athletic department announced
will face the fourth-ranked Corbitt, a left-hander, did just their hands full with Miami's base racking up 15 runs in two games. that Sunday's bikini con-

Hurricanes ((13-2)) Saturday at 4 that against Miami last week, runners, UFs hitters will also have "I try to tell the other players on test, which was supposed to take
p.m. and Sunday at 1:30: p.m. at which Lovekamp attributed to the their hands full with a surprisingly our team not to get too psyched," place during the game, was can
Perry Field. victory. strong Hurricanes pitching staff. said Moberg, who has 13 hits in celed because they couldn't get

Miami has stolen a whopping 48 "Not only does he have a good Despite losing its top pitcher, his last 23 at-bats. "We have the enough participants.Gymnasts .


Tide rollsinto qJ on




townto A 'relaxing' tripBy



face UF Alligator SHARON Writer GINN

This weekend, the UF gymnasts will have a

,t, By GREGG DOYEL chance to finally catch up on their sleep, their
homework, and their tans.
Alligator Writer
No, the gymnasts won't be on vacation.They'll be
When the UF basketball team plays in Tempe, Ariz., competing against two of the
host to Alabama on Saturday in the nation's top teams.
O'Connell Center, it will be without not The 13th-ranked Gators will face fourth-ranked
one, but two clouds of uncertainty that Louisiana State and 11th-ranked Arizona State on
have been lingering over its collective the road tonight in ASU's University Activity Center.
head the last two months. But this trip hasn't worried Coach Ernestine Weaveras

Interim coach Don DeVoe announced much as most road meets usually do. In fact, she
Tuesday that he does not wish to be expects she and her gymnasts to do a lot of relaxing.
considered for the permanent post next "The thing about Arizona State is that the kids
season,ending months speculation and like to go there," Weaver said. "They're happy to be
I grumbling from disgruntled fans and there. It's a healing trip and it will put them back
boosters alike. mentally into perspective."

And later that night the Gators ((7.19, Senior Karen Brennalt said she enjoys going to
2.14 in the Southeastern Conference) Arizona because the crowds and the gymnasts are
snapped a school-record-tying 14-game more polite than at the Southeastern Conference
I losing skid against 15th-ranked Louisiana schools they usually travel to.
I State, 76-63. "When we go out (on the road) in the SEC, it's a
I "We now know that we're capable of totally different atmosphere," Brennalt said. "No-
j I winning the big games," junior guard LLr body likes you. When we go to Arizona it's more
I'' Renaldo Garcia said. "We know we have like our crowd. They're looking for good gymnas-
4. the ability if we play well." I. tics."
That's what it will take against Ala The Gators are coming off a tri-meet victory over
bama. Arizona State and Oklahoma last Thursday.ThoughUF

The Crimson Tide ((20-8, 11-6)) bringsto beat ASU ((6-5)) by 1.5 points in that competition,
the 1:30: p.m. tipoff one of the most they will have to face the Sun Devils.In .
balanced attacks the SEC has to offer, the meet, UF also will face LSU ((3-2)), a team
with four players scoring in double fig Weaver described as "very different".
ures. Forward Melvin Cheatum leads the "On any given night, an LSU team can win nationals -
Tide with 15.6 points and 6.7 rebounds a ," Weaver said. "But they lack discipline. When
j game. they're on, you can't stop them, but they can also

The Tide also gets production from be off very easily." ,
Robert Horry ((12.6 ppg), Keith Askins Traditionally, the Gators ((5-3)) have had difficultyat
KEVIN
W1SNIEWSK1 -ALLIGATOR
((10.5)) and David Benoit ((10.3)). Askins lit Redshirt freshman forward Stacey Poole has been the Gators' hot hand lately, road meets. This season has been no different their: :
The at
have three teams
gymnasts lost against
up the Gators for 23 points as the Tide averaging 14.9 points through the last 10 games.
two'to three
two meets this with scores
beat UF in the championship of last away season,
year's SEC Tournament. game basket, it solves a lot of problems." last year, is averaging 60.2 percent from points lower than their average home meet totals.

Earlier this season, Alabama took advantage Poole,averaging 9.2 points a game this the field and 12.5 points a game. Thats what's holding us down in the rankings
"' of season, has picked up some of the slack right now-a good road score," Weaver said.A .
UFs
possibly worst performance Named to the first-team LSU
of the left by the midseason departure of lead- are guard good road score,Weaver said, is around 188 or
the Gators
season,dropping Chris Jackson and forward
57-44 in Tuscaloosa Ala. ing scorer Dwayne Schintzius. Poole has Shaquille 189 points. UPs highest home score this season has
O'Neal,Tennessee guard Allan Houston
scored at a 14.9 clip in the last 10 games. been 188.70.And in gymnastics, it's common knowledge
But the Tide will be facing a UF squad Georgia center Alec Kessler and Ole Miss
that
that shook off a lackluster two-month Davis receives honor. UF junior forward Gerald Glass. road scores are lower home scores.
Still the Gators said the they
they can get scores
display of question-mark offense against Dwayne Davis has been named to United
need if .
they just stay on the apparatuses."It
LSU with a balanced attack of its own.They're Press International's All-Southeastern
Joining Davis the second-team
on
Conference are seems like when we go away, we have a lot
more confident now,and they squad. Cameron Burns (Mississippi State), more falls," junior Ail-American Pam Titus said.
know where to look for their shots,"" The 6-foot-7,215-pound St. Petersburg Litterial Green (Georgia),Derrick Miller That's a problem for us,and it's something we needto
DeVoe said. "When the ball goes in the native, who was named to the third team (Kentucky) and_Cheatum (Alabama), overcome."



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the independent florida -w Nor otI',aIIY .-soc.dd w'h the Unmrvrty l F'orids VOLUME 83, NUMBER s f A diary of drunkenness and debauchery.7 Miami arrives for baseball series .16 Protesters grill white activists at anti-racism rally By DEME CNZIPER Alligator Writer A slew of angry protesters formed a circle around the leaders of the white student union Thursday on the steps of shouting "Nazis" skinhead Black, while and dents shot hostile accusations to' ward the group's leader Mark Wright and Vice President Steven McCormick while photographers and television camera crews snaked through the mob of about 65 Wright and McCormick couldn't 'Tugert Hall, and "racist Hispanic swP rotest~ handed o ..Dean Ken Osfield also listened. Five campus police officers faces blank, but eyes alert watched the scene The confrontation happened about 20 minutes into an anti-racism rally, sponsored by anti-racism groups including the campus Co alition Against Bigotry and the Fraternal Loyal Order of the 99 They held the rally in response to the white rights group's quest to ut flyers become a registered student implying a lnk between Mark Wright and the Ku lux Klan. etaliate fast enough before protesters, many holding anti-racism signs above their heads, fired more questions. The crowds cries of "Nazas go home," "Why aren't you With the Klan, Mark?", You're notignorant -you're just a smart racist" and "They don't care about Affirmative Action -they just want a while nation" just about overrode Wright's denials and explanations. Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen and Minority Student Affairs Dean Willie Robinson, stood by silently. Other campus administrators, including Student Services Associate Dean Mike Rollo and Disabled Student Affairs group Members of the student groupspassedout flyers that showed photographs of Wright counter-protesting anti-racist rallies to about 30 students and Gainesville residents there The rest of the people gathered on the lawns of Tigert Hall were media representatives. The flyers also included pictures of two men walk. ing with a Ku Klux Klan member Scott Weinstein, a representative of the Committee in Support of the People of Latin America, said Wright was seen having lunch and discussingthe group'sconstitution with the two men Feb. 1. "it was a lie when Mark Wright said, I'm not a racise Weinstein said. "There is ample collaboration between the wsu and the KIK" Wright and McCormick, standI A .N S TDA4D Nell Miransky of the Coalition Against Bigotry, far right argues with Mark Wright, center, and Steve McCormick, far left, of the proposed white student union during an anti-racism rally at Tigert Hall Thursday. ing about 20 feet from Weinstein. yelled back, "Watch out for the law suit," and 'Tis is smear" Wright admitted he had lunch with the two men but said the men never told him they were in the KKICK. Wright said he met with the men because they told him they knew someone who could help with the legalities of the group'ss constitution. Wright said he called the men Thursday afternoon, and they said they were not in the KKK Before the outbreak, members of student groups spent about 20 minutes giving speeches about racism on campus and how UF administrators are handling it. Project 99 member Nikatah Inani said the white student union is based on ignorance, not facts. see Rally, page 5 Group still looks for adviser Although there are only minor flaws with the wording of the white student union's constiaution, submitted to adminisviators about two weeks ago, it will not be approved until the group finds a faculty adviser, said Myra Morgan. student activifies director. Thegroup needs anapproved constitution and a faculty adviser to become a registered student group at UF. Both Mor. gan and Student Affairs Vice PresidenttArtSandeenreviewed the co sidtu don. Morga will meet with group president Mark Wright and vice president Steven McCormick this morning to go over the wording of the constitution. Finding an adviser, though, is another story Administrators are not responsible for finding an adviser for a student group, both Morgan and Sandeen said. Wright, who has already been tuned down by afew professors and rejected one who agreed to advise the group said he'll jls have to keep losing. But Wright said he is discouraged now, after the rally Thurar day, because he said faculty membersmaybelieve hehasKu 1lux Kian connections. "No matter how much they try to smear us, we can't give up," he said. -DEBBIE CENZIPER Architecture chairman reassigned to faculty post CIUISfl MAMII no comment after the meeting and he could "I'm very, very disappointed," Karpook glad that some resolution has been made not be reached Thursday night said. "I think that the last two years have We've all been wrapped up in this, trying to Schneider said healsoaskedfaculty membeen very exciting times. Undergrad has find a way to make it work Architecture professor Robert Segrest Is no longer department chairman, the college's acting dean said Thursday after an emergency faculty meeting. "I called this meeting to inform the faculty that I had reassigned Segnst from his position -from his role as administrator to faculty member," Acting Dean Richard Schneider said. Schneider cited fundaiental communication problems between faculty, the chair and the administration a the reason for Segrests msaignment. He wouldn't say if the decision wn a direct resuIt of Segpest's unscheduled evaluation because it is confideNtial. Segrests secretary elsaid the chairman had ben to nominate people to be the new department chair. An acting chair from within the college should be appointed in a week. Architecture College Council President Breandan Ellis said there isn't a consensus of opinion among students. "Speaking as ACC president, I just think definitely that the students are going to be more involved in the decision-making procen for choosing faculty members and cur. riculum," Ellis said."I'm glad a decision was made one way or the other. It started to affect the educational procest" Graduate student David Karpook said he was sorry Segret would no longer be the department chairman. always been good, but it's in the rejuvenaLion of the graduate program where he's (Segrest) made his mark" Another graduate student, Rich Cervone, said he thought the decision was unfortunate but he agreed with the faculty's reasonting. "1 think they did what's best for the department as a whole," Cervone said. "Whatever their motive, and reasons were, I'm sum they considered it carefully." Faculty members also had mixed reacdons, but most supported the dean's decision. "The whole thing was fairly complex," architecture professor Tony White aid. "ers were n'ieconcilable differences. I'm Architecture professor and former college dean Mark Jaroszewicz said there was a split among the faculty, but about a 4 to I majority agreed with Schneider "'There Was a substantial split among the faculty and the vast majonty concurred with the dean," jaroszewicz said "I completely agree with his decision," he said. Jaroeewicz: said the next acting dean will have to heal the split. correction Quality of Ufe task force member Pat Chesley, a finance junior, was misidentified on this page Wednesday. 078 F12F

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2 AICATRi FRIDAY MAR( H 2 1990 POLICE BLOTTER J Student charged with theft, forgery Aa!Icht.I ( I itly Sherit's deiuits arrested a I ot itiltigy StiiioT Moidy Wi Stealiig another ,iti'ls IAITmtii teler bank card and several tIoofs tI fIgry., a Alachua ( oilnty jail spokes Clartrue R Ruble was atitsctd shirly before 11 .m j1 it I e IHail ind c harged with grand theft, UF polne spokesman Brett Hodgsan said. He said the bank card was probably stolen Jai 24 from a woman ot Murplree Commons. Roboe was taken to theAlachua Countyjail Monday and released without bal the next day, hejailspokes-MIKE BRUSCEU WHAT'S HAPPENING Pyscholog: PsiChi.thePsychology Club will meet for Happy Hour it the Brown Derby today at S. Call 373-9620 Fiesta: As part of Hispanic FietAgWeek,thc Hispanic Student Association will have a Latin Fiesta tonight at 9 at University Holiday Inn Call 371-7598 TRAC The Transfer Activities Council will meet tonight at 7 in the Orange & Brew for Happy Hour Call Matt Bald, 376-1757. More than twentysomething: Students Over the Traditional Age will meet for a social tonight at 7 at PJ O'Riley's. Call Howrd,392-2196 or 372-2088 Missions: Iitervarsity Christian Fellowship will meet tonight at 7 in Iurlington Hall Room 1.005 to discuss Adventures in Summer Missitis Call 376-3167 Les Son Vivants: Les Bons Vivants French Club meets every Friday at the Orange & Brew Call Etienne. 395-8690. CommunIty: The Black Graduate Student Organization presents "Portraits in Black: Images of the Diaspora"a showcaseoftalentsof blacks in the community tonight at 7 at lincoln Middle School, Call Malcolm Butler, 335-6759 or Vikki Gas kin. 335-2829 Paint the wall: The Reitz Union Program Council Arts Committee is sponsoring a mural contest to paint the third floor meeting rooms. Pick up an application in Reitz Union Room 330 Call 3921655 BBQ: The Gay and lesbian Student Union willhavea BBQ Saturday at 1130. Call the switchboard bei tween 6 and II tonight. 332-0700 Anther: All anthropology majors are invited to a meeting Saturday at 4 inTurlington Hall Room 1321. Call laura. 3710655 Spare change: Kappa Delta sorority will host its Shamrock project Saturday at various intersections tn Gainesville. Call Stacey. 3361217 or Susan, 373-9895. Cast.n Dust: Art Workshops in Carbon Dust, Graphite and Silver Point Illustration will be held Saturday morning at 9 at the Center of Modern Art. Materials are available on a first-come basis Call 373-5528 or 371-0054 Disney: The Reitz Union's Gator Outdoor Recreation Program is sponsoring a trip to the Disney MGM Studios Saturday from 8 until midnight Call 392-1655. Sportsfest: The Electrical Engineerng Honor Society will hold Sportsest 1990 Saturday from9a.m. to 5 p m at Broward Beach. Everyone is invited, Call Carlos. 336, 0921 Variety: The Black law Students Association will hold its Variety Show Saturday night at 7-30 in the Law School Auditorium to benefit the Martin Luther King Jr Scholarship Fund. Call 371-3491. Newman Club: The Newman Club will meet after Sunday's 530 mass in the library of St Augustine's Catholic Church. Call 372-3533. Heritage Week: The Hispanic Student Association will have a Latin American Food Festival Sunday at noon at the University Woman's Club. Call 371-7598. Communicatlen: The G. 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'al FRIDAY. MARCH 2, i9wO. ALLIGATOR 3 UF benefactor Ben Hill Griffin Jr. dead at 79 By RONALD cuttT JR. Alligator Writer Florida citrus baron Ben Hill Griffin Jr who became a household word in Gainesville when UFs football stadium was named after him, once predicted that if he ever died he would spend his last hours in his own bed, trying to conduct business. Thursday morning, the man who left UF without graduating but became its largest financial benefactor ever, kept to his word and died in his own home after fighting a blood disease for the past week. He was 79. "Ben was acompassionate man who spent a lot of his time and energy helping people from all walks of life." said Interim UF President Robert Bryan. "He took great personal interest in all of the people who worked for him and helped many of them in a variety of ways. "He was fun to be around," Bryan added. "He had a great sense of humor It was wry, penetrating, but kind." Griffin is best known in Gainesville for his S10 million in contributions that led to the naming of the stadium to "Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field" "I didn't want Jr.' on the stadium," Griffin said after the dedication "Ben Hill Griffin includes my father, me, my son and my grandson If there are any more Griffins in the bloodline, it will be in remembrance of them all Griffin also provided $1 7 million to build and then expand a weight and conditioning room forUF athletes. On the academic end, he endowed an eminent scholar faculty chair in agriculture at UF's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences and also gave money to the Citrus Research Center at Lake Alfred. Further, he gave $2 million for the renovation of Floyd Hall and another $2 million for the Health Science Center's new academic research building, named after him "Mr Griffin has had an extraordinary impact on the University of Florida, both as its largest supporter and as the honorary co-chairman of its first ever fund-raising campaign," said Robert Lindgren, vice president for Development and Alumni Affairs "He set the standard for all others to follow Griffin's contributions to UF were not just monetary ones. After being named a distinguished alumnus in 1974, he had since served on the Health Science Center Board of Overseersandthe UFFoundation's Board of Directors. He also was a member of the last presidential search advisory committee "His contributions, leadership, guidance and inspiration have had a lasting positive influence." UF Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger said "he way he worked and lived his life was a wonderful example to us all, and we will miss him very much Griffin began hiscareerasa k itrusgrower when his fal her gave hi m 10 acres of orange groves as a wedding pirseI in 1933 hat was the same year ,riffim left UF alter studying agriulture for thret years Griffin tran formed the 10-are wedding present ito a 10,000-an re empire that made him a millionaire His aspirations, however, were not limited to the citrus industry He served 12 years in the Florida House of Representatives and Senate, then made an unsuccessful bid for governor in 1974 "I've known Ben Hill for manyyears." said Duke Crittenden, president of Gator Booster%, a group with about 10.000 members nationwide "He, as much as anyone. prac [iced the golden rule He treated people like he wanted to be treated lie was a tremendous citrus man, a great Floridian and a great American United Press Internatonal contributed to this report Senate suspends Grapski Specific cause unknown for By ANTHONY LEDERMAN Alligator Wnter Former Student Senate independent leader Charlie Grapski, who was in a Broward County jail Thursday, has been suspended from the senate Reitz Union staff assistant Pam Iovely wrote in a memo to Senate President Andrew Meyer that Grapski "is no longer eligible" and was formally notified the week of January 25, 1990 Lovely also asked that a new senator fill the seat by March 8. Lovely said Grapski was suspended prior to any of his legal troubles and for reasons similar to many student leader suspensions. Neither Meyer nor Lovely would reveal the specific reason for Grapski's dismissal. Student Body President-Elect Michael Brown refused to comment on the matter. Senators can be suspended for many reasons but Lovely said four possible reasons for his suspension include three unexcused senate absences, carrying less than 12 credit hours, a grade point average of less than 2.0 or failure to pay fees. Former Sen. Ross Bilbrey, a close friend of Grapski, said he thought Grapski had been suspended for not paying his fees. "I know he was having money problems and be was having trouble with the financial aid office," Bilbrey said. Sen, Bret Berlin mentioned Wednesday that there was a financial aid check lying unopened on Grapski's desk. Bilbrey said he was sure grades were not the reason for Grapski's suspension. He also said it could not have been because he was carrying jailed senator's dismissal less than 12 hours because Grapski was a graduate student and exempt from that tundene Stewart, last semesters Affairs and Ethics Committee Chairwoman, said Grapski definitely did not have three unexcused ab. sences The A< Comrmittee keeps track of Senate absences Grapsks is still being held in a Fort Iauderdale jail without bond, according to Kay] Morgan, Grapski's attorney. He is being held for missing a mandatory court hearing last November Grapski faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, resisting arrest and hitting a sheriffs deputy, according to police and court documents. Morgan said Thursday he will appeal to the fourth district court of appeals in West Palm Beach He expects the appeals to take several weeks Morgan said it was a "tragedy" that the judge denied to post bond for Grapski. "I'm being optimistic. but reality-wise, it could take a couple of weeks," Morgan said. "It could be very quick Tre judge can always reverse himself." Meyer and Bilbrey said they were sorry to see Grapski go. "But we have to keep the Senate full with people who will be here," Meyer said. Nelson Miranda replaced Grapski as leader of the midependent senators Wednesday. Bilbrey said he and other senators didn't always get along with Grapski. but he had their respect. I'm sorry to see him out of Senate," Bilbrey said 4He always made it interesting." Alligator Wnter Duane Marsteler contribsted to this report. Proposed tax hike evokes concerns about aquifer By JONN F. MERRY Migator Writer A leudiigopponentof Increasing the sales tax warned Thursday that further building in western Alachua County will endanger the Floridan Aquifer. Lee McSherry, who leads the Vote No to Sales Tax committee, met an outburst of objections from the normally quiet crowd, About 50 people attended the forum sponsord by the League of Women Voters at Wesaide Park -on the $100-millon school bond and 1-cent local-option sales tax. 'Make no mistake, this sales tax will pollute the aquifer," McShery said. Friends of Alachun County President Harold Graybill explained that any construction ins recharge are west of Gainesville would lead to industrial or private spills into the aquifer. Graybill's group, which also debated against the tax, is a political action group that promotes environmental cone cerns, If the tax passes in the March 13 Iocal referendum, the county would initiate plans to build five schools north and west of Gainesville. Graybill said. "Schools are nmgnetso Graybill said. "If you locate a school at the edge of present urban sprawl, then families with children try to locate around the school. That results in additional sprawl." But Alachua County Schools Superinten dent Doug Magann said that without new schools, the school board may be forced to eliminate programs, The school board now uses 183 temporary classroom, to solve its overcrowding probe. tem. Officialsexpect l,000 new students to enter the county school system each year over the next ive years. Proponents of western growth say Payne's Prairie prevents expansion to the south and Newnans Lake blocks moving to the east, Because the surge in building will be an "economic boom," Graybill said the real winners of raising the sales tax will not be citizens, but bankers, builders and developers. Gainesville Chamber of Commerce Frew ident Jerry Hines said the extra money initially will do nothing for the business community, but the influx of new money into the local economy eventually will make everyone stronger. Beth McCague, area President of First Union banks and a leading proponent of the sales tax, said last week that benefits will trickle evenly through the community "IThis bank would benefit no more than any other bank or any other individual," she said, correction Essie Camps, who was found dead Wednesday inside his Northeast Fourth Avenue home, was 84 years old. The Alligator reported otherwise on this page Thursday. Home swet om---UF President-elect John Lombardi unpacks a box of books Thur sday afternoon as he moves into the UF President's Mansion Lombardi begins work Monday,

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I ,1GAII1 I RIDAY, MARC F 2 1") Troops kill 60 pro SRINAGAR, India ([ll) -lroopshired on Moslem protesters Thursday in Srinagar, killing at least 60) people and wounding scores of others in the worst bloodshed it Kash mir sin e a secession movement began two years ago, official sources said. A Moslem separatist also shot to death a senior government information officer, police said The violence came as more than 800,000 Moslems from Srinagar and surrounding towns of the Kashmir Valley flooded the city, 400 miles north of New Delhi. in the largest outpouring of pro-idependence fervor since massive protests began Feb 22 It was also the large stanti-ndian demonstration in Kashmir since India achieved independence in 1947 1he demonstrators marched or rode vehicles in a number of processions to the headquarters of a U N military observersgroup that monitors the 1949ceasefire lineofthefirst Indo Pakistan war Pieprocessions stopped briefly for rallies in front of the building At about 2 p.m, some 2,000 protesters shouting ainti-Iidian slogans began marching from a suburb of Srinagar toward the U N office They were confronted by an army patrol, part of a massive contingent testers in Kashmir deployed to (ontrol he pro-independence uprising, witnesses said Witnesses said the soldiers seized from the demonstrators a green and saffron flag ot the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, the most popular underground Moslem separatist group The move provoked an argument that erupted into a clash in which the troops fired shots At least five people were killed immediately, police said Twenty others were wounded and rushed to a hospital, where 13 died, police said State-run radio confirmed 18 dead Aboutan hourlatera rock barrage by slogan-shouting protesters prompted security forces to open fire in the Hyder Pora area of Srinagar, killing at least 12 and wounding 45 others, the radio said A senior police official said at least 30 other people were killed in the ensuing violence The blood-lettng was the worst in the two-year history of the militant-led independence dnve and the highest number of dead since 35 demonstrators were shot to death Jan. 20-21 by security forces, sparking the movement into a popular insurrection, Earthquake, aftershocks rock California tIPIAND. Calif (UPI) -Ignonog the grumblings of aftershocks, Southern CaliforniansThursday began assessing the damage inflicted by an earthquake that left the slru tural integrity of scores of buildings unciertain The losses were expected easily to climb to $10 million or more. At least four people were injured in Wednesday afternoon's quake, which measured 55 on the Richter scale and was felt over thousands of square miles. The heaviest damage occurred i the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains on the lAs Angeles and San Beriard iro county line About 40 fire and building safety officials were deployed Thursday morning to begin inspecting homes and buildings in Pomona and 12 Verne. two cities tear the epicenter that were among the hardest hit lonona's 20-year-old City Hall. where massive window panes were shattered and cracks developed in siLarwells, wasamong the buildings closed for repairs, fire inspector Ron Goniez said The four cities where most of the damage was concentrated -Upland, Pomona, Claremont and La Massive Canadian ti HAGERSViLLE, Ontario (UPI) -Firefighters extinguished a massive fire in a mountain of 12 million tires that spewed toxic gases and oily sludge for more than two weeks, officials said Thursday. Officials initially feared it might take months and millions of dollars to douse the flames, but had said Wednesday night the blaze was nearly out "Similar fires in other regions have burned for months," Ontario Solicitor General Steven Offer said Thursday 'This fire wasextinguished in just 17 days." Offer said residents would be compensated forcosts and losses incurred by the fire. More than 500 people evacuated from their homes have been allowed to return. The fire at the Tyre King recycling plant, about 70 miles south of Toronto, began Feb 12 and is believed to be arson Environmentalists had waned heavy oil from the Verne -declared local states of emergency to help release fundsto pay forrepairsand to keep by sanders out of unsafe areas Police in Pomona said damage in the city totaled an estimated $7 million, mostly to City Hall and a Methodist church. Wednesday's 3.43 p m. temblor tossed boulders onto mountain roads, disrupted phone service, toppled power lines, captured water and gas mains and cracked roofs. However, Southern California's major buildings and iiirastructure fared well. Scientists said at least 30 "significant' aftershocks measuring 2 3 or stronger have been recorded since the temblor Two 2.5 aftershocks struck early Thursday, one al 1 02 a.m. and the other at 4 11 a m. The strongest aftershock hit at 724 p m. Wednesday and measured 4 Son the openended Richter scale Seismologists said there was a slight chance of an even larger quake striking the region in the next few days The quake struck near the juncture of two faults, the Cucamonga and the Sierra Madre, but seismrologists remained uncertain Thursday which fault was actually responsible. re fire extinguished melted tires and combustion toxins would contaminate ground and well water. About 158,000 gallons of oil mrn-off were skimmed from a retention pond established at the fire site, while moniormg stations detected only low levels of air contamination. Trace contamination was found in some of the 107 local wells tested by environment ministry chemists. More than 100 volunteers and 40 professional firefighters in protective suits and gas masks battled the blaze, which spewed acrid, toxin-laden smoke. Airplanes dropped water and flame-retardant foam on the fire, while ground crews used front-end loaders to pull apart smoldering piles of fires and then douse the resulting fireballs. A similar tire fire in Winchester, Va., burned for nine months in 1983 and consumed 7 million tires, be said. T AF aF AE LAE LAE EAE LAE LAE r 4$ o YAE I Loves Their NEW 4A LAE LAE EAE 0.) I 4$ p. 4 LA EIAE IAEEAE EAEEIAEZAE ,AE IAE EAE LAE 'STUDENTS OVER TRADITIONAL AGE" Whoa do UFs Older sludeots do on Friday evening? 0. 4.3 percent do their laundry b. 12. percent just stay at homW. c A few even study d. BUT SMART STUDENTS COME TO SOTA'S SOCIAL EVENINGS. SOTA is an organization that helps to meet the needs of UF's older students While SOTA is open to any student. the groups emphasis is on serving the 25-and-over-student Older students have social needs that differ fror younger students We provide our own entertainments and social activities We're the people you don't find in most of your classes, the folks you used to know before you returned to school We provide varied activities such as picnics, parties, theatre outings, etc We also have a weekly social evening ell Friday We moot at 7 00 p mr at PJ O'Reilly's. 1900 S W. 13th St through 3/2 Stating 3/9 we moot at the Hilton at 6 p on On Friday, 3/9, we are going to the Hippodrome to o "Romance, Romance' W. obtain advance group tickets for $6 instead of $15. You must show up at P.J.'s on Friday, 3/2 to pay for your ticket and pick up at the Hilton on 3/9. If you would like to receive our newsletter, fill out the attached slip and bring or mal it to our box at the Union funded by Student Government Mail or bring to SOTA. Box 29, Room 300, Reitz Union, University of Florida. Gainesville, FL 32611 [Name) [Majorl [Phone] [Address and zip) YOUR WRlfT4NG MUST BE CLEAR. COMPLETE, AND READABLE COLLEGE GRADUAT1s Put .edutla Be we-beac a Saet d y pNadcmI Cad ht fuky! tflgM -.t Us p.ss. C* e tf It-cl E Saa n .qhIen k 38 snCopl ir teperk 908ss mind ica -r a kresankft Ma bes bliw Fiow c pat I Weekday with rq :0u-dd: .day, c Me .'S U. m t *ese SpeeMe asey as 140 2wkb Mspoo. c"y -ags LC -L Adam r slle ELSEWHERE LAE -: rr 5: LITTLE SISTERS of MINE RVA Bad Business Frustration? Advertise in The Independent Florida Alligator. 376-4482 'N

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FRIDAY. MARCH 2. I'9(. AIGAhR, 5 Degradable bags may mislead buyers By NICOLE NEED Alligator Writer Denise Ireland lugged the gar bage bag out onto her balcony where it would be collected the next morning. She felt satisfaction not because she had removed the refuse from her apartment, but because she was helping to reduce landfills. Like many environ mentally aware students, Ireland traded in her regular trash bags for more degradable type. "It makes me feel like I'm helping the environment," Ireland said. "It's better to use than a regular bag because when you have a plastic bag there is nothing you can do with them." Degradable trash bags have saturated supermarket shelves. At about 3 1/2 cents more per bag, they claim to help the environment by breaking down at the mercy of nature. But UF Matenals Science professor Charles Beatty said this claim may be misleading to consumers who think the bags completely disintegrate Regular garbage bags ae made of a strong, durable plastic called polyethylene To make them de-> gradable a polymer-modified starch may be added, but this weakens the plastic. In order to keep the bag strong, mannufacturers add 50 percent more polyethylene. Beatty said. When the polymer degrades, it leaves pieces of polyethylene on the ground. "You end up with more polyethylene on the ground than if you put a regular bag on the ground," he said. Two dominant brand. of garbage bags -Glad and Hefty make all of theirgarbage bags with "special ingredients" to promote degradation According to information on the box, Glad s photodegradable that is, degradable in sunlight. Beatty said most plastics are photodegradable over long perods of time. And in the past. stabilizers have been added to help garbage bags stand up to ultrauiolet rays iromm the sun. To make a bag more photodegradable, the UV stabilizer need only to be removed, Beatty said There is a way to make garbage bags completely photodegradable, Beatty said, but it is a very complcated and expensive process. "Not only does It cost a lot more to make, but you have to make sure you do not expose these bags to ultraviolet radiation until you use them," he said. According to Hefty's Information on the box, their bags are degradable by other elements besides sunlight, such as wind and rain. The box reads "Once the elements have triggered the proces, these bags will continue to break down into harmless patc&es even after they are buried If biodegradable bags are put into landfills, they may not degrade, Beatty said Landfills are lined with clay and plastic keeping elements out and contaminants in "Most plastics won't degrade in a landfill," Beatty said. "They are tombsvery much like the tombs in EgypL" Beatty mid he thinks companies should look more to recycling for environmental efficiency. Japan, for example, manages its garbage by sorting out trash that is recyclable and degradable. Degradables are put in a compost where they are broken down naturally by microorganisms. Non-recyclable plastics that do not degrade aroused as fill for building construction, Beatty said. >2 V / Eye In the sky Dave Houtsdeft. the director of video services for the University Athletic Association, films the first week of UF football practice from a birds-eye view. In a program developed last year. the tapes are used by UF coaches to break down and study plays. L LjA oAo-ll Student demonstrator to change plea destruction of public property, disorderly Ay lUMiE MWri fl conduct, violating UF rules and interfering Mw r er pleading no contest or with the enforcement of the Student Conduct The first UF student arrested during Diamond Will id Code. Deceinber's"First Encounters"protestat the g"Vy 9 S'O a The Student ConductCommittee found her Florida Museum of Natural History will trial and be sentenced the guilty on those four charges Feb. 6 and change her plea March 19, court records show. Miichlle L Diamond, a 9yearok freshAn, originally pleaded not guilty to charges of reMAsing ad reelati arrest without *WON at her Decemnhr arralgnamet. But sdwwm acmd sated oc an berp he li t rly. DOfmod tona co m t ThardW .e a nt change 09 PlaorWSowhmthbrb She se pleai as a S mIuow aw she labhad to her Owa t my,. Bpeady he can et or ful*, DaiamNm SId a til md be Iened the game di n her pie. Salmon could not bereced forins mThUwS same day she enters her plea. UF pole arrested Diamond Dec. 11 after she climbed aboard a replica of Columbus -hap IM while testing the musnu's "NFs Emc.u etibt, which depicts Colunbus vyge sInto the Western Hatol-pr. S ad other p mtestern said the edith was raCkat because it didn't show how -* the Spanish troed American 1% addolisn to the crIminal charges, DIl niad wis charged with breaking four UF a bt coductrulesuaithorihed usor recommended to Student Services Dean James Scott a punishment of one years conduct probation. Scott agreed with the committee's recommendation the next week. While on conduct probation, Diamond cannot be an officer in any student UP rcognized by UForbeaUFathlete. ahe breaks another UF rule, she con receive a harsher punihment. Paul Finkelstein, the second UF shudeat arrested during the protest after he allegedly Ignored a police offer's warning and hung a poster on one of the mman's pillars, Is scheduled to go on trial April 23 on charges of disobeying a polka officer wd resisting arrest whout viokee. There is a way to make garbage bags completely photodegradable, but it is a very complicated and expensive process, Ray from page He said he has tried in the past month to give Wright information about Affirmative Action lant, but said Wrightneverwanted tollaten. Wright shouted back that al, though he never read the 1agittion, his group Is against the laws and minority recruitment bcase both suppress whltflb Imni said UF adnlstrArs should stop shuffling paers and take action against Wright's 9fhr** itComes to audnim. in, we a a of waof ufil be probkmis L hurnd maid. all we it UuMi SAW ttir Cc natitulo iIs AWNfuS We ging nbe toolstL Eewa unil Someone is affected by racial vio. eice it will be too laS Sol 4 9 46

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SAIJJ(.ATIlt I ID)AY MARCH H 1JW OPINIONS Darts & laurels A big D.A-R-T to Student senators fr spend ng a half hour of Tuesday's meeting choosing what let ters should be painted on a $6,500 wrestling mat for the Sports Club Council. Because the manufactor offered to paint four letters on the mat for free, senators argued back and forth over what to do Some were worried that having people wrestling over the letters UF SG would be arrogant. So they ended up selecting a large "UF" on the mat with a smaller, quaint "funded by Student Government" as an accent. From our calculations, that's more than four letters. Does that mean senators spent even more money Next time folks, why don't you just settle this out of Senate with a 15-minute, two-knockdown cage match. It would be much more mature. A DART to the Fort Lauderdale News and Sun-Sentinel for its storv "Racial incidents increase tension on UF campus" about alleged segregated graduation ceremony banquets at UF's medical school. The paper reported Sunday that the medical school has two banquets -one for blacks and one for whites -even though there is actually only one official annual banquet. ['e i cpIiter appar ently thought an end ofthe-year ban'I mt by thtBlack Student FIcealth Professions Coalition was a graduation banquet That's the impression he got from speaking to one medical student. Unfortunately, he didn't speak to any medical school administrators to find out the facts In other words, he didn't do his job. This story, which was carried statewide on the As sociated Press news wire Monday, not only made the university look bad, but also festers the opinion some have that journalists write only one side of the story. A bunch of LAURELS get flown over to the O'Connell Center this week for the impressive accomplishments of three Gator sports programs. In what has to be the most interesting college sports program in the country, it's nice to see teams making news by winning games. A LAUREL to the Lady Gators track team who overcame a 20-point deficit Saturday to win its first Southeastern Conference Indoor championship. The victory over Louisiana State University was twice as sweet for Coach Beverly Kearney -she also was named SEC indoor track coach of the year and it was her 32nd birthday. A wet LAUREL to the Lady Gators swim team who defended their SEC title for the fifth consecutive year and the men's team who upset defending champs Tennessee this weekend in Tuscaloosa, Ala. This was the fifth time the Gators have captured both men's and women's titles in the SEC tournament. No other university has ever garnered two team wins at the SECs. Coach Randy Reese was also named SEC men's and women's coach of the year. And a LAUREL to the scandal-ridden men's basketball team for breaking their record-tying losing streak Wednesday night by whooping 15th-ranked LSU on national television. Forward Dwayne Davis said it best after the 76-63 victory. "I almost forgot what it was like to win, It feels really good." You're right Dwayne, you and your team deserve it. alligator Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden 0 inions Editor onya Sutton Letter Polay Lis to th. .dov Vocal not wsoo. 200 od, (asts oSay-lO porno T.ry mnui -. nhrtr .wl -It w t j n u ho an tW diri pte .itar st 376,151 if 1Tf ermhy .in shambles, aoighh th~e 1ra* sb r. $$M1krArCrrJr Flagg teaches basic mathematics Hi. You have a problem There's an idiot in your midst. I hear you You're puzzled, asking, "What do you mean there's an idiot in my midst' Don't you mean I'm in the midst of idiots?" OK, OK, I'll giveya that But those lazy, car-dnvng idiots who terrorize bicyclists don't count Tey'n suffering from bike-envy -we have bikes between our legs and they don't. I'm talking about one idiot who distinguishes himself beyond all others. Sit back, smoke a cigarette it's time for a little Flagg-htning Ready kiddies? let's role-playi Hi, I'm Rep. Flagg. Hi -oops! I said that already! OK, we're gonna have a math lesson today The only prerequisite is a master's in psychobabbe -just ask your parents (or a crash course. Hold on and try not to puke. We may do some upside-down loops -my favonte! Now here's the equation 1 bad student .I cigarette + 1 student so Brittany Ray Wallman SPEAKING OUT That one's a given because I read it somewhere Now here's the scary part Let's all hold hands close our eyes, narrow our minds and do a big leapfrog over the holes in logic. 'he equations that follow are 1 cigarette (ooh. yucky! I'm cringing) + I good student -I bad student. I bad student -I cigarette on campus -I good student There' Now wait, who stole my pocket calculator and replaced it with a game of Twister? Well, rom, are you gonna vot for me now? Come visit soon, I'm living in a tunnel. Knock loudly, though -I can't see out very well. BriUany Ray Wailman is a .osohisgjoenam Mi.aor who sai in ker Ami es Santa Ons; sookes Animal committee Bui'ding. C Main. should stop cruelty Editor: On Feb. 23. I attended a meeting of the Animal Care and Use Committe which reviews eperiments that involve animals. I was shocked and saddened that many unnecessarily cruel experinients am being performed. Decompression, whichaccording to the chairman of the committee, was used by Hitler on the Jews and is the most humane method, was approved to kill the animals after one experiment The committee chairman said decompression was not painful, but euphoric( unless researchers, "understandably," are careless and the animals don't die the first time -then great pain Is Involved. I believe the committee should really regulate animal research or be reanaed the Animal Use and Abuse Committee, I encourage people to attend the next Animal Care and UJse Comnittee noting March 30, 1130 pm. into 102 of the Animal Science 31.1 Smoking ban is our responsibility Editor: It is no surprise that the letters appearing on this page regarding Rep. David Flagg's proposed ban on cigarette smoking on campus are not generally sup. portive of his proposal. Those who feel they have something to lose" are typically more vocal. The right to smoke" is a rather strange concept. Jie practice of igniting a tube of toxic substances, inhaling the accompanying poisonous fumes into the lungsand exhaling a cleaner -although still deadly -residue into the atmos. here used by the rest of us, is certainly an odd practice. One writer defended smoking by pointing to such luminaries Churchill, FOR and Einstein as having smoked. Does one suppose that they wold have smoked had they been appraised of the deadly and deliberating effects of tobacco to the extent that we me? The U.S. Surgeon General released a report on Feb. 20 that mreeal the annual cost of smoking related disease in this country to be a staggering $52 billion. Fur thermore smoking claims Over 350,000 lives every yearl That is $143 million and 1,000 lnies every single day nat's $6 million an hour, or $100,000 a minutes In the time it takes to read this letter, we have wasted mother $200.000 and lost other life! Self-imposed genocide is a right? As a smoker of oW coveted Marlboros for over 20 yes I quit cold turkey in 1966 because it was becoming increasingly troublesome and embarrasling Asaockedyweshouldmininte where smoking is allowed. Adults choose not to smoke by a 2-o-I margin. The only group which shows an Incrase in smoking is under age 25, primarily females. Not only does It make perfect sense to ban cigarettes on campus, it is irresponsible to alow it. am Colt. @Mlmonsv 14L_ kW

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-1 FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 199. AUGAOR, 7 be recollected by one of the many UF students who traveled to New Orleans last weekend to participate in the Mardi Gras festivities. & HEADS 0 )ZE These are as many moments as could Photos and words by M.D. Cumella Saturday. Feb. 24 3:45 a.m. -We leave Gainesville for New Orleans, almost 10 hours later than planned Bad organization 11:30 a.m. -Arrive in New Orleans and head straight for the burbs -not Bourbon Street Went to Beth's father's house to scrounge a free meal 2:30 p.m. -Arrive at hotel, and after a quick shower walk to the hotel lounge for Mardi Gras Mambas by the liter 5:30 p.m. -We leave the hotel lounge and head for the nearest parade, the Krewe of Iris parade Stop at the first street vendor we see for sone expensive but warm beer TMe parades, run by groups called Krewes, are named after ancient or mythical characters such as Bacchus. the god of wine. Although none of the parades is allowed to have more than 27 floats -so the streets aren't blocked off too long some start at the same time and merge along the parade route Krewe members spend their own money on elaborate costumes, ride the parade floats and throw souvenirs to spectators, The souvenirs, called 'throws," are sold by the gross before Mardi Gras. Krewe members spend between $300 and $1,000 for beaded necklaces, doubloons, plastic cups and other souvenirs. 8 p.m. -Between parades we look for authentic cajun cooking. We thought we had found some until we saw the menu cajun corn dogs and cajun french fries 9:30 p.m. -The next parade, the second largest of Mardi Gras, is by the Krewe of Endymion. John Goodman, Roseanne's Barr's TV husband, is Endymion this year and rides on the lead float Sunday, Feb. 25 3 a.m. -Mitch Greenberg, a Student Government cabinet director and his friend come to our hotel room to 1 rash for the night. They are gone before we woke up Sometime Sunday morning -Wake up with the expected headache. Go out to buy the normal tacky souvenirs including T-shirts, posters, mugs and anything else with the words "Mardi Gras" on it 10 a.m. -Have bignets (light french pastry in powered sugar) at the Cafe Du Monde Terribly touristy 11:30 a.m. -Denise, Beth. Roger and Steve have their faces painted by artists stationed in Jackson Square -the center of the French Quarter 6:30 p.m. -After lunch and short naps, we head for the biggest parade of Mardi Gras, the Krewe of Bacchus parade. Dennis Quaid, star of The Big Easy, a movie set in New Orleans, is Bacchus Monday. Feb. 26. This day also is called Lundi Gras -usually the day most people get some rest before Tuesday's big festivities. 1 p.m. -Visit the Riverwalk for shopping and lunch The Riverwalk was built for the 1984 World's Fair and later converted to a permanent shopping center 8:30 p.m. -After a small parade, we attend a free concert by the Neville Brothers at the Riverwalk. Great show. 10 p.m. -Go to Pat O'Brien's Bar for hurricane drinks and the piano bar Another very touristy thing to do. Tuesday, Feb. 27 (Fat Tuesday) 8 p.m. -Still looking for real cajun cooking, we try a restaurant called The Nawlins' Cookery. Finally find what we are looking for. Blackened redfish, redbeans and rice, pasta with crawfish, and redfish bignets. 9:30 p.m. -Our waiter recommends his favorite blues bar. Absynthe House Bar, and we go there to hear Brian Lee & the Jump Street Five play. Lee, the lead guitarist and singer, is led to the stage after the first song because he's blind. But Steve, who's had several beers, swears Lee looked at the guitar a couple times and found the microphone too easily. 12 p.m. -New Orleans closes down in observance of Ash Wednesday. Street sweepers start the huge task of cleaning the French Quarter. Wednesday, Feb. 28 (Ash Wednesday) 1:30 a.m. -Leave New Orleans for Gainesville because Beth has a 10:40 a.m. class. Drop Beth off at Weimer Hall at UF with four minutes to spare. Abase: Mardi Gras purtiere offer beaded nnckleca to asoae who wil flash some fleshW.Mer Stpet pe irm r Wall ent r tslbs In the French Quarter's Jackson Swersa ghe e "tel M"i sofes In the i S0er, flsh amh tal dlCI. of the cnsal cestase contest.

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Chemistry laboratory building to open next week By BRITTANY RAY WALLMAN Alilg nr Writer Ir o s F td gr inlu FI' lIIuIN will mcove Ito lIt new S10 imholloii hToN! ry 'L r' T 11 rv loI !IIchIm Int it w e Il m fTII 1 n )1 [hI wordr A (Oit in mg," aind you may get hot reealioni lDelays I iitalLug the butiing's chilled water tini necessary lor providm g air C(oITdItiOl1ing, havc fnutrated everyoni nvolvt'd withK ihe i'' III NaId chemiirv parinment ici~rman Mitchael %erner /orer soldmsullicient funding and misnanagenivit forced "The measure Ill l 1111ir /tI IF PF r Oir *}it' L'tti INI)IT tJ 3 h 11 t i l / I 'I T1 I 'i [ I 11'Ip )I OF 'd i1 11(t N il ic t o daitrellovat]ons loved right along' of whether be the decisions were made in appropriate time is whether there will chilled water when it opens up -and there will be."O -Linda Newman Uli Planning Consultant Affiliated Ergiineoers; SiLnt to repeatedly redo plans forthe unit's und(rground piping, lbulldmug, opening Engineers he 'aid The chemistry de pirtri !n decided it needed a nfew build Lig in 1477 and re ceived money to plan the building in 1987 Because a careful study was not done before on struclon began in 1988, the unt's Lost was underestimated and engineers had to redesign the system. Zerner said estimated the original plan would have cost $6100,000, butthe actualcost [he would have been $1 2 million, said Rodney The building, located near cannot be Occupied without water unit, Zerner said I eigh Hall, the chilled Most of its [aboratoresand oi es will be used by graduate and post-doctoral stu dents, but nt winery in laboratories on the rat floor will be available forundergraduate use, Zerner said An auditorium adjacent to the building will be used for large tinder graduate lectures Zerner sjid the building could have been Hyden, project manag Perry, Inc, the firm sruing the building "The legislature with Charles R contracted for condidn't appropriate enough money," said Wallace Brey, chairman of the Chemistry Faculty Planning Committee UF Planning Consultant lImda Newman said the unit could not have been installed earlier No one knew if the state Legislature would approve the plans and app ropriate the The new chemistry building, which holds offices and laboratories for graduate and post-doctoral students, will open next week. money, and rnone knewthestatusof nearby projects that affect the plan, Newman said "rhe measure of whether the decisions were made in appropriate time is whether there will be chilled water when it opens up -and there will be," Newman said The original plan would have included pipelines that will be needed when several nearby buildings are renovated The plan decided upon in January provides for a loop that can later be connected to units in new or renovated buildings. SPCD YOU ii *MrHl 1% MALNE CAMI? TAKAJO A Poo CAMP ONLONAG l OFI %%tLON *OIJNi A' P1,40 E 1., It'r ? OS T~r OEW C11 14 CiriIt. OFr' I 'l & L4*dt ft '4l 192 *1 r.I mP flR WI I TIOHt L I M TNP1 11. 1.1, NY Fll. F. P OF. eIt IF *,. A S. c oI.,." NATIONAL COLLEGIATE DRUG AWARENESS WEEK MARCH 5-9 NCDAW Events: Monday. Tuesday: Debate on the legalization of Drugs, 8pm McCarty Auditorium Bo Diddley, 4-7 at Bandshell "Less Than Zero," 8pm at Wednesday: Thursday. Friday: College Bowl Orange and Brew on Drug Issues, Noon at Symphony and Candlelight Vigil, 8pm Drugs in Athletics-John Reaves, Carle Colonnade at North Lawn ton Auditorium 7-9pm "Get High on Life" at the JWRU Games Room, 6pm-l:30am Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource Center DARE, BACCHUS GAMMA, IPHA, RUPC Unwersity Athletic Association Sony Real Pit Sarbequo Cable Rep Advertising WAL-MART, Windmeadows Apantments, Skeeters Sabine Music AMC Theater Pasta Market ies Deli Trophy Shop, Pete s Gym, Gainesville Gym Rock supposed by So 04. Kiss 105, Mill Bakery and Eatery Delta Sigma Pi 2nd Annual Tour de Hogtown 20. 30, 50 nul bike rides to benefit the Children's Theatre for the Deaf Sunday, March 4th Registration at 8:30 a.m. Starts at 9:00 a.m. North-South Commuter Lot for more information call 374-6654/377-8965 Gainesville Health & Fitness, 'the Mill. Danny s. Bike Route. trt's Get physical, Burger King. Movie Gallery. Dragon Fly. Alley Katz, Kinkos. Holiday Inn s

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FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 199), ALUGAOR, 9 BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Iligator Classifieds Classifications 1 For Rent -Furnished 2 For Rent -Uniurnished 3 WllHon For Rem/Sale 4 Sublease House/Apt. 5 Aommates 6 For Sal 7 RM Eta 8 toycies 9 Autos io Wantd 11 Serces 12 Typing Services 13 Help Wanted 14 Business Personals 15 Personals 16 Connections 17 Notices 18 Rides 19 Pets 20 test&Found J When will your ad run' Classifieds will begin TWO DAYS after 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 re funds for cancelled ads U How to place a classified ad: The Al.qalo Office 1105W Universy Ave A F Sam 4pm Main Oookslorl Hub Customer Service Desk M Fam 430pm Perlo Union Cashier a O"'ice M F 8 am 9 Fa Sat coon 9 pm Sun noon 5 pi Medical Bookstore Shanls AS F 8 am 4 30 pm By Mail: Use forms appearing weeky in the Alligator Sorry no cash by mail MC VISA or checks only By Phone 373-FIND. Payment by VISAor Mastercard ONLY Five dollar mrnirum M TOe 4pm U How to correct or cancel your ad: Cancellations: Call 373 FIND Mon Fr, 8 4 0m No refunds can be given Alligator Arrors Check your ad re FIRST my r or, Ca 3H3 FIND w n any coreclior s e lore noon TIL ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FHRST DAY THE A) RNS INCOPRFF ILY Cor red ads will be etended to day No rounds or crediTs can he given afler placing The ad Changes called n after the rs day wi not be compensao Customer error or changes Corrections musi be made in person at roe Alligalor ofrice BEFORF NOON There wi11 b a $200 correction tee it LES A IvVAshisl( L bm 4i AcaIf oil___ -xMeti0 'PETE. 7FIver' rei-=90O 4' 49 FLORIDA ,y Is & St ky WKJW. 0 .AV 1 Wed? *W OWN 9 i. I)ake FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk 1o Sania FE CC I BOP $270 $280, BDR $335 NEW Townhouse 5440 See Plus LMR Pool laundry no cars or dogs Sana Fe Trace Apis 378 1190 4 30 75 2 Oak Glade Apis Near UF & VA quiet washnrtdryer available in m ost unils for $20 ro Cars Allowed 1 a 28 A 52 Hah $250 $350 Sec & Imr 372 6422 4 30 75 2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $260MO LYONS APT 4O00 SW 20TH AV 3774797 4 30-71 2 INCREDIBLE Efficiency Apt Starting at $105 Sttiing at $235 / 2 Bedroom CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 110 NW391h Ave 278-3004 375.3,551 375-3b51 by Scott Miller *4 n K Se l k Yesterday's News U FOR RENT: UNFURN. Chick Our New STpeciars Ail Armarti s Available FURNISHED UNFURNISH I) Roommates Available Were No I REGENCY OAKS 378 576 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 200t SW 16m Streel Dump you, roommate Get a 2 bdr or, price ol one Pool tennis sauna ro'' Sro"e'dgn Aprs 3aoo SW 34 375 Ii21 4 30 45 ? the w SE FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Tr,,,hou, Village 2bdr/2ba F needed xc rmmtes Iransp provided to UF and SFCC ,ashdry, S175mo 375 5384 An gela 3 2 10 1 SubIease 20R lath Apt walking distance to campus Reni $330 month Call 335 6456 or details 36-S 5 WINOMEADOWS, bdr turn sublet near pool. 373 3558 apt 98 3-7-5 1 Summer C 3bdr Condo Cypress Point FermlIs, immaculate *500mo. Close io UF Call Fred al 372-0113 3-14 10 1 by Les Zax 10 ig Se 9 "The Little Engine That Couldn't" -j El I = I dlo 1I Oford Manor apt for ren! very clean avail immediately save money by renting now please call Kim 371 2837 or 375 1626 3 2 6 2 Summit House nice 2bdry1ba Available May Walk 10 VAShandsiCampusi 335 3560 Leave a message 3 5 5 2 112 mile o campus Trees quiel neigh borhood Clean newly painted 2i apt dw washerdryer hookup $35mo Call 313 0129 399-2 Take over ourZ 2dm, in Oxfod Manor for May August Be set to, lall Call 335 6577 3 8 5 2 **Arrslc Envronmenc** I 2rm su drinoi Avanl mmed No dep re Uil in 5 40/$t95 Nee Hardwood 1doorS 410 NW 13th ST Call 335 9798 377 1898 372 4546 3 5 2 2 4 or 3 od obeh HOUSE 20, NW 10 oS by UF now or 5/1 carport cent a r wood loors College Park Properties 411 NW 5 St 371 77 3 8 5 2 HUGL Ab rath now o Fall Bel Air Apis 635 NW To Ave (oil b Su) Spacious grounds magn Icent oars College Park ProerIes 3M1 7777 38 5 2 2G0 $249 StUDIO $199 110 NW 5S Sc bik to JF I & 1222 NW 8 Av College Park Properties 41' NES Int St 371 7?7 3 Classifleds. Continued on next page Arveliable Now Across Tigerl All Utilities Paid For Central Fea/Air PHE 371 -306 1236 SW 4h Ave 3-7 5 1 Avail lmmed HER apt in Sundown. Apts take over lease thu July *0 Se, or call manager 377 2596 0 335-1807 N ask for AS 3 9-l1 UFA TODAY CACTI hLL witaIn TEN $WELCLC by CRAIG MXTEP -ki a, I ilm he azEri 7

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'et W is ,sel V LIae Wes Aprs ROO NW AI i1l0eiIYN from t6 Av )/I / '/ J /1 02' Now or fli 3 16 11 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE I 2r ?Bd Ila WashrDryer New Car Ye Tb Srnower Hot Waler Heaster Deck $3150 378 0620 a, 375 2863 6 00 00pm 3 2 1 3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/AFT. 1 bdr opt avail March walk 0 sF 5239iur I. 0r $259/urc Call 'Tom 336 1029 3/1' 4 tHE LAURF LS rake over Payments May Cr ougan Aug ust Furnished ds so desk twi/ beds and own bath $250'month & unliies CALL TODD 335 9292 3 2 5 4 Sunlet 1odour Windrmeadows March hrough July 372 8752 leave message WOW' Hawaiian V lla e 2bdQ2ba LARGE apt Sublet for $440/mo Sum C If opton o renew roem S egot'abe' 371 3467 Oaibrook Walk iLX api Close TO UF 2bd' ba urn $190/mo Share room Call Maida at 336 8969 3 5 S 4 Summer Sublet n/sif needed early May Own bdro ,n r Ce tirm apt 1 1/2 miles rom UF ONLY $1 5mo Don I lose our 335 S03 1? 4 4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT SuDbJr Mar Apr Renewable the Woods close Co UF on SW IR 1PA rrni pool $267/mo le 330 8036 372 26 5 ROOMMATES Need 1 2 or 3 rmmis for 3bd/2ba Ui n three Oaks Lst 4 bIk al campus micro wave paddle ans wd facilities Call 378 1655 3 5-10 5 Need A Ammi? Avail NOwt F NIS own/rm full be washer dryer Oxford Manor Rni neIo Call 377 8034 3 2 5-5 Female to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in SW Area fully furnished, washorldryor $225/mo A 1/2 .Ill Call Gwynn at 335 6273 9lO 5 Room n Forest of the Unicorn townhouse for F pool sunaa ll amen! lies nc $2S0tmoA li fi 373-3564 3 13O0S MIF Fmm needed tor 3bd/2ba house Nd dw, ac S 17Smo + I 3 ulli 372-3695 Mns roommale needed to share 3bd/2ba house Washer'dry Cr 5 miles from cam pus $1 0mo +3 uljilies + deposit Call 375 8109 3 5 5 5 WE WANT YOUI F for own room in 3bdr NW home 1/2 UtoF w/d C cable. nice yard 1/ 4ull, )SOrmo 378-4827 Misty 3665 Chr.sCan male seeks same n/a) 10 share mobile home Own room and bath Pets neg S175/mo 1stand last 336 199 any rime 3-2 3 5 M F rmma needed for 2bd spacious apt Lois Dh exras Piccaddily Apis $210 1,2 Jill Call Richard at 336 584 3 9 6 5 ROOMMATES GREAT DEAL Spacious Apt own bdr'ba Swimmjng Pool tan's. Club House PeTs or 1 m50mo NO DEP Call 336 05300' 3)R 8385 3 23 5 Roommate Wanted to share 3br/201 condo in Sparrow on Tower Road fal l & 1/3iii Call Drew at 332 8436 heave message 3 0 5 5 N/S F rmuate to share 2td/I it2 ba 'p13 n' from Shands Wid, de .*tc Sri u student prof 112001o 2tulil 335 5193 5 5 5 Roommate waled in a Spaious apt $132)MO 113 OIL 0all 378 3211 3-245 Room Bath in NE House NIS Cent hiac, wash/dry. no lease, Sl5/mno A 1/2 uhf CallDaveater 8pm at 37-4698 3-7 5-5 ***FIM roommates to share 4bdr house Own bed w/d dwy ac, Hol tub Small pets ok S1 75'mo S until Jim a 3380483000000 37 5-5 SPYGLASS Need rmmt ASAPI 3'bdr turn $225 A util Wash/dry own room/bath ISt month frelh Call 335 5235 3 7-5-5 Needed F student to share 2bd/2ba in Tower rd area $150 mo+1j2 util Please call 376 2830 Aleave a message Rockwood Villas 3bd/3ba condo wash dry security MF rmmr to shale $250/mo + 1/2 util system many extras 6 FOR SALE Alpine Kenwood, Sony and 30 more brands are all at our New Locatiorr Car Stereo SpecialisIS 3215 NW 13 SI 372 2070 4 30 75 a CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is he oldest, beat and lowest priced car *tereo lore In town 372-2070. 2201 NW 13 St 4-30 756 ockford, Pesgate. Yamaha, Pioneer, infInIty. Kicker. Code Alarm The Beet Car Sierlo installera In town Car Stared to Go. 375-1634 4-30-75CAR ALARMS Installed remote control any car truck of van fully guaranteed will demo Call 33 9193 student v message 43072-6 Car Alarms. Autoge. Chapman Home and Car Stare, Plonar,. Sansl, Serwood, and more We aat All Prices 373-3754 4 30 0-6 MICRO CENTER Computers 378-1146 Editor's choice CompuAdd Northale H P Price same or lower Ihan mail order Systems below include 1mb. Somb (2$ms). graphics momIr, MC 286/12 $1195. Packard Bell $1295 MC 36e0x $4405. Narthgate 386120 $2399 Ply 26 laptop w Ad A battery $1999 CompuAdd 810 W 20mb & graph icsmonitor $970 1A 3 year walrrefl' Onsitewarranlies Panasonic 1180 prter -$185 HP Laser Jet lip -$1049 4144 SW Sth ST 1 306 W Univ Ave 4-30 66 Sony CDX 77 brand new $375 Rockford Faggatc 2 5 punch in tuned enclosure $300 2 8" punch pro $600 Call 338 6854 3 5 5 6 FOR SALE COMPUTER Magrovow 286 12 Ma. 40MB 2oms) Hard Drive. 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FRIDAY, MAR( 1") ALUGATOR, I t FOR SALE CREATE PARTY BAR for sale' Bam bar Jiool Asking $100 or best Peita call 373 0079 36 3 6 OR SALEI Sears 12000 BTU mos Now have central air Org $460 Now $3504 Call 3 6 3 6 and 2 ofier Only don 't 373 COPY MACHINE Sharp Z70 personal coo ir retails for $700 ,xceller shape .Iti take best offer ph 373 6829 3 2 46 KOKOMAMA imports rom Africa Feauly supplies Mention IhIs ad and gel 10% off select cloIhing Good thru Mar 15 615 W Univ 336 9397 3 2 4 6 Cassidy Furniture & Appliance Gifts General Merchandise New Used Buy & Sell 534 SW 4 Ave 373 9505 Sofa wilt, matching chair and rocker plus endtables $100 Two table lamps t10 Ea 372-3730 36-56 Glass Table and chairs Bookshelf, Am chri'ng chair Full aie bed and dresser Must Sell ASAP It interested cali 377 3100 3 8 5 6 Walerbed, queen, semTwaveless, side padding. gorgeous exo/cond sell really cheap $200 obo Call for more into Jeff 335 5520 3-6 5 6 TICKET TO COLORADO, F only Mar 15 25 Gville to Denver. roundtrip $300obo Call Jon 373 6492 3 5 4 5 SAILBOAT Laser 11 195, Trailer included FAST and 376 7535 leave message ready to Sail FUN" $2000 3 6 5 6 ACROSS I Shows surprise 6 Living room feature 10 DrIon of the movies 14 Ne pis 15 Stuffy 16 Poet KhA 17 Footrest iyyam 18 Christiania, today 19 Goddess of victory 20 Arena 22 Double curve 23 Air 24 "Bring home the 26 Chief Justice 1953-69 300,n. of the 311 31 Medley 32 Otewlea 35 Chopiln character 39 List of pr s 40 Rol. for a Shakespareen act-r 42 Ptdr Hershifar 43 Wlo.A funds 45 Sownd of pldesur 46 Neighbor of Phoelix 47 Contalner weIght 49 Slick 51 Disclosed' 53 WIt, In Oonebrdek 55 French or Dutch 56 HamS, for 62 Soulsr conoelaun 83 Gulf oF 64 Midh,.angelo w r 65Pr so Cacomw Sfm 67 Correct so 43,640 sqar It Be "iot as.i ring I-w ed 70 Singer Newman DOWN 1 Surge 2 High Cob form 3 Cease 4 Bolster 5 V*Imd dancer 6 Germ celi 7 Wales of Citizen Kane 8 Movie 9 Onfcelled creature 10 Early telvision picture 1i Barcelona buddy 12 Caught 13 Corner 21 Type of railroad car 25 Part of 36 Down 26 Jaded 27 Cotmwllc ngwdlent 28 Stavinskys "The -of Spring" r 117I FOR SALE FUTON 8 FRAME SALE' Flom only $200 per se' Cali Mal 3?7 5650 One a'res ROss beacnlroer, 9Dd co and Onp ladies Schwinn inp lko Pre w $125 act Cali 378 4553 3 3 6 Poner P.1 ou ar rereo w 2 100 Wall Jensen 69 asperaes $250 Call 336 6234 ask for Bill W r sel separately 3 2 3 6 Pourdiri p ticket from C "Ile TO Cooalptle NC $150 Mar IS 23 Call Kelly 373 4187 3 9 86 Dnn table & 6 chairs $120 Couch and Love chair $120 Coffee table $40 P sin I'e beds $50 392 7923 after 5 pm 335 6217 3 2 2 6 For sale VCR $95 and Sharp Carousel I1 mcrowve Ove $65 Call 395 8019 any time 3 2 2 6 MuT salill Couch and loveseat $60 table and chairs $60 bench and weights $25 372 a150ask or Lore NEGOTIABLE' 3 5 3-4 Black Jaws moped 4 sale Only 578 Miles Runs Dad Good 4 pares 395 7083 eve rings Ask lor Randy Best offer 3 7 5 6 BICYCLE 24' Beach Cruiser Mongoose 12 speed Like New $160 Ask For Jason 375 9031 3 7 5 6 MUST SELL' Sherwood 140w amp JVC 100 amp MGT @Tco crossover 2 10 woofers cast spir box mini truck kirepc everything cheap 371 6704 3 9 29 Appian Way. once 30 -and skitles (fun) 33 Gentle gait 34 Tex school 3 Word wilh code or rug 37 Hodgepodge 30 Neil Simon product 41 Church instrument 44 Large bovine 40 Bulletin 50 Steenlng device 51 -acid 52 Okays 53 Sweetheart 54 Wash out 55 Modern arn movement 57 Oriental nurse 58 Avatar of Vishnu 59 Baker $ need 60 Take care of 61 Mac~ornald's partner LNtWER TA PRiFUI PU17 : RMIFFM Donn" "Hildlin numn nmirlinn Mom "(13nounmMu"IfinnAn mmnunnnn nn"I'llm unnn mil nnnnn nnnn gnp Mon n1l Nna annillinitimllimnishimpno Hier mnnnn Whirl nnn Hil Finnnn nirinn 1111119"M Hninnhistrin"Hunplann in n n III n W n H P AMMM"Hn' 1111. non" unnnn Mon ri-nrir~W *em La ABS 1 as. FOR SALE rtEko 4 Sa Spro Areak R T aoa I Chicago Mar d1 1 p''5 Ohio 373 9940 3 26 Cherry wood 1930s any Imaror1 $300 matchang gold leal ;ufa rjarr s"I $225 mahogany chair sal of 4 $100 call 335 2852 3 $ ? 6 Fodder Squier lc SOrir aCaso Pea Pey amp delay odal like new $275obo takes all call A'C at 374 9T'S I e o sage 3 7 4 6 FOR SALE Grasser in great condition 540 New compute desk $60 Call Ban Carat 375 2083 3 74 6 Nishikt PresliC 10 speed biki 2yrs ofd less Than 200 miles Must Selli asking $375 call Tin, at P36 4502 3 8 5 6 IBWTV 25 00 Electric blanket 10 00 I strOven 1000 lbroiler 5 00 call 371 9SD7 after apie 3 6 3 6 JENSEN SPEAKERS 3 way t0 woolors $60. ONKYO TAPE DECK muscsearch e&el cond $80 Call 374 4070 3 5 2 6 7 REAL ESTATE Mill Aun Townhouse 2bdr/2 2 be, wash'dry parIly Furn. Ig bay window Ask ng 844 Sot Call 372 4293 3-2 5 7 REAL ESTATE PRIME UF LOCATION' 15 room house CH/AC Good condition' Rented I, v.stmenutralsrly other $130 000 11506652 owner 3-7 427 OPN HOUdI 'I F UNI)A I Only I0 m 11 res from JHMHC 302 SF AV, I a I iF 24 PI oif 2' St I Pievie* 3R spit' plan Absuri m o r ui' wu or will Inance $47 900 Jean Chalmers HF AL TOR Assoc Coliwell Banker M M Par rish & Assoc Inc 372 5375 378 6S04 3 2 1 7 8 MOTORCYCLES Orange and Blue Insurance now covers motorcycles' tow ates low payments safe rdo( discouns las drIvO lhiu SOr vice 377 2277 3 ? 10 8 9 AUTOS 86 Honda CRX Sapd, sunroof buy now or lake over payment, good cond mrus sell 472 4041 38-109 67 VW Beetle factory sunroo d esrI ,alien project oed I run Rfusled but complete 5,25 call after Nan 37$ 6601 dayfltI miss it 3 7 4 9 AUTOS 86 Pontiac Crand Am escellert ondi lion fOw mIndiae $1500 plus take Evr, Caymen leT3 0011 OF 372 3136 4 .989 Jeep WrIgler drin 5 mE low enis 'ike few black W/ black lop am IM :assere Psa $10 000 Sell or $8500 37? 4917 3 h 6 9 a4 112 GT urtOo Musfang I toFs I .ied adinhon A r o miles fully loaded ecicund mu5r see Asking L4700 Cia 332 V90 31 5 9 ro84 Mrr Lyn, 2 door haichOicE A speed amIm cassette 4200 miles al $1800 000 371 4923 nights and Weak ends 3 2 5 9 ORAN AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE low rares low payments SCSI drive thra service sI hibla Espanol 377 ?777 377 CARS We Fire 3 12 10 9 1985 Cavatier Convertible BRack aui Power evaryinng New slereorcass, oreod cond $5000 Call 336 38 3 6 5 Classifleds. p Continued on next page $3 m00 'a '1 t I In ,i) Vi I VI sian r4Og i' wn $2 5O am ,r L tr rF a I It, ir, ThE HUNT FOR ED OCTOBER (PC 13) MAAOOUSE(PCI3) SKI PATROL (PC) '''4aa Itty YIn I 1 11 aSTERN E DER a REI S EASTERN FEDERAL THEATRES S37 NEWOERY RD 373-42 7 Ine.s. 4$55 ril "1 i,, deta CHSsTMA1 VACATION (PC 13) IS00 1 00 9 15 Holr CINEMA 2 Richard Hanll* ALWAYS ( N OrePy. f0 7 30 C INeMA I KOVIn KEVINCEN Co em. 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Ink) AUTOS us' Pal 'sr 1 V0 76000 m'ile% ,iut i I C, I irI; good 1o0 $400 nnn It' <'l b l b 3 9 9 VO[ M WAGJN RAgIEIT 00OR n,' ,a 1 'o'ut Ca" 375 493b Ie ,, 'assag, I c 4 1 1I98 FOVOTA CORONA Slat oni Wagon Orrgmal erm, E Ocelel Condition $1'00 17, '515 leave message 3 6 5 9 78 Chevete 4 door auliomac runs good good rad a 'res $400 Coal 3/2 5909 3 2 2 9 86 CHE VE T 'IP'S A'C AUTO TOP AMIM CSSTE 57K Great coritror Aslcrog $2300 17? 4129 3 239 PLYM RELANt 1985 GOOD CONDITION PHONF 3' 6463 $36000O Ib 4 9 82 Buick Regal I blue cdr good cond ps Pb ac liII steer Pioneer stereo 67V i, 2000 Call 316 0253 leave message 3 2 2 9 VW Jania GlT T985 4 door 5 speed 30mpg great shape inside/Out depend able sporty transportation $4900 pbo (Mark) 373 9883 3 7 59 Toyota TerCl 1981 good shape lots or mileage left $1000, call 377 2263 eve rings besl MUST SEE 3 7 4 9 Can you buy Jeeps Cars 4 K 4 s Seized in drug raids for under $100 007 Call for facts today 805 644 9533 DepI 524 10 WANTED Local Artist r'eds GOT 0 Gems Class Rigs E TC Top $ or Trade Ozre s F nal Jewelry 373 0243 4 30 15 10 Want Eric Crapton Ticet ar Om Allanta Good seat only (no behind stage'? miles away's Call Jeanne at 373 235t 3 2 5 10 I I SERVICES NW M r i Sorage at I /5 & NW rir Oaks Mall area aS ol $/0 O% d S< 1i students 332 0 5 39l Ave x 20 from 891? 4 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 233 NW 10th Av' 372 1664 I roe Pregnancy Test Na*o nal lrlion federaliorI 4 'JO SAUAL L V T FA NSMiTTED DISEASE' Gut car' dental testing and treatment at PLANNED PARF NfHOOD 377 0881 4 30 15 It DON I WAIT until mIdiermS to use PC Lab Learn WP Lolus r23 dBase Now Special Plans 372 6500 3 9 10 11 SERVICES AAA STORAGE Close to UF Convenient 4a4%4 s/rmo 48 $25/mo 513 SW pan Ave 377 1/11 30 Is 1 1 ** GATOR MOVING ** I ull Sev Mov Storage/Pack'ng I 'rim He F ,1l DayssE ves Long ds ['C Ins Hirry/Bill 374 4191 4 30 75 11 SLEE-PY HOLLOW HORSE FARM Ies sons boarding woodse Faci hay ides parties sales working students dcc.epied 466 3224 375 6000 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional MovingPacking A Supples I Item House lull LocalL nidil Iicsins Priced or Sludents' MarIy375 MOVE 4 10 75 II *FREE* Pregnancy Test Gainesville Women's HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 377 505 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) AIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Sarics 4 30 71 11 MOV NGI Resourceful student W/ full sir. truck will beat any price n lown 336 9461 3 6-30 11 Credi Card guaranteed acceptance no security deposit write S Marion. 1100 Tudor Or Dept A I G gill., 32607 3 8 20 I1 CALL CJ THE DJ'S pro DJ service al 375 6483 3 7 10 11 STRIKE GOLD wrin The PC Lab Gold Card cnimled us. of compulers & sowar, $9914 mons 372 6500 3-2 5 11 Oil and fItetr $11. Minor Tune Ups I 4-cylinder $24.16 I 6-cylinder $28.74 I (some models slightly more ) WE NOW SELL TIRES I NE ss A, 3411 N. iin TIN I__n il a SERVICES **NEW TAX SERVICE** AirdablE rites $5,FORM Free (onsulateon call PAU 372 5814 mornings 3 16 14 1 1 Stai s Available Now Rocky Creek Farms 45 acres ring a lumps TLC local call 462 512n or 462 4311 3 16 2 1 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITE, WE TYPE Business Legal Personal Reports Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc G 'le snd'cpped Typing 378-7179 4 30 75-12 *Typig reports business* legal A resumes* casselres transcribed appi caions letters a notary ted Available 24 hourety dsys/372-2777 4 30 7512 Typing $1 00 pg min $5 00 Reports, Theses whatever Good School P T Lisi WCS917NW13tH 373 9622 4 30 7512 MICRO CENTE R' Typing 336 4936 Full & self service computing Typing startsO 1 sopg Resumas $ Sell service resume* $2 50hr is/page Laser Typesel graphics spell check theses papers a Special charade's employmeni databases mailasrg. 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Thesis Call 378-2034 3 13 10 12 QUICKSILVER WORDPROCESSING 24 HRS17 DAYS 378 6515 13 HELP WANTED EARN $35 This Week for new donors for 2 plsrasn donallons on our nw automated ma chines Special bonus programs each month Free reofeahments, free parking Experienced stall servIng you since 950 Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 SW All Ave 370 9431 Mon Fri 8 7 Sat 8 2 4-3073 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER tar The Independent Florida Alligalor Musi own reliable van or PICK up truck and be aaI able from Sam until 9pm Monday Through Friday Must have excellent driving re cord and valid Florida driver licerse Pay por route plus mileage Apply at the Alli gator offices 1105 West Clnivrsily Ave nue Ask lor Ihe route driVel application No calls. please Affirmative ActioniEqual Opportunity Employer AVON 375 5967 Sell Avon Full or Part-time We Train Bene'ts Insurance 4l30-75 13 Paying S125 to persons w/nected cuts, .erapa or other Inturese to be on anibi oic study Blood test required Call 331 5379 4 3 20 13 NEW ENGLAND BROTHERiSISER CAMPS-MASS Counselor Positions tor program specialists Team Sports. Tenns Performing Arts, Wasetzenrt Inquire Mah-Kee Nac(Boys), 190 Linden Ae, Glen Ridge NJ 07028 Danb.(gir.). 16 Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045 Please call I a00-776-0520 418-4613 Summer Jobs Outdoors Over 5,000 Opendrigal National Parks Forests, Fire Crews Send slanhp for re details 113E Wyoming. KalispeI lT 90* 3-8 20 13 COME TO NEWHAMPSHIRE for the sum meT Outslanding brother/sister sports camps on 22i lake near 'On Golden Pond site seeks staff All trans pa Inter views avail RobIndel grief 215 884 3326, Winauk. (boys) 014-608-1S33 3-Inlf13 AE'D would like to congratulate the following ssters on their outstanding achievement Julie Mislow 1990 Prevww Staff Heather Stein Outstanding Female Graduate Sharon Rudolph Florida Cicerones Debbie Koch Stephanie Mann Zvia Livingstone Tracy Sarner Stacey Silverman 1990 Rho Chis And all our sisters for hanng the highest verall GPA. -#1 in sorority scholarship AEM AEe AE0 AE AE0 AEM AE4 AE AEM AE0 AE0 LIVE IN CONCERT COPACETIC When: Sat. March 3, 9:30 pm Where: fliA Fraternity House Admission: $5 at the door Why: To benefit The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis _ai Sponsors: Rock 104 WRIF FM MyFavmis company, IC. evu cvii cvii cvii cvii cvi cvi cvi ny evil CVI AEM AMe AE AE$ AEd AE4 AEt AEM AEl AEM AE4 AEM e > AE' le m ft A, ft 5. S, ft [n1A REGGAE BASH BEAT THE CANES! GATORS vs -UAM Saturday, March 3, 4 p.m. McKethan Stadium -Perry Field Fun In the Son -Benah bay e-4inss Pak 1 .ay Coue in y3s rttk. I1& IE aesdy kor fAs and pes, Fm beah bE$ wmpliu of ispy K uwn wh aSppHl log. COME JOIN THE FUN IN THE SUN. Kinko's The Copy Cunt. 71 -=-J

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HELP WANTED Need volunteers for a 2 week Study ol a riw psoriasis medicalion 331 5379 3 15 20 13 CAMP WEKEELA FOR BOYSGRLS CANTON MAIN One of America's most prestigious camps seeks creativO dynamos for stall pos, lions June 18 thin Aug 1 for tenns waterfront posilion, gymnastics dance/dram a camp craftsropes art of lice kitchen maintenance and many older positions 11 you think your. rops Reply at 130 S Merkite Rd, Columbus Ohio 43209 3 2-10-13 $*EARN SPRINGBREAI(S SI.r S job right away, earn good $ work fIx hre., & get Spring Break off For more into, call DAN at 376-0812 3-2-3-13 Singing Messengers for Balloons 6 Bears Fun and Outgoing people only 375 1199 3 5413 Phlebotomist Positon available inmmed, ately Apply at Gainesville Plasma 236 SW 4th Ave Students welcome 3-85 13 Suomnr Jobs-Camp Taka)o oya Camp In Maine. 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Maintenarce Earn lop dol Iar guaranteed openings Call now for summer@mp 1-00-926 6447 eAR C? 18 3 7-5 13 SummerFalI Openings for Adiniste'atmve Coordinators In Housing Applicants must be uniOrs or above Oassiticalon OR have copmieted four semestcrs at UF GPA 22 or higher Apphcants with ream dance hall work experience and demon straled supervisory and administratbve experience or poteniat preferred Pos. tion Is live in, half-lime Applications and position descriptions available Irm the Housing OllIcs next to Beary Towers or from area Assistant Directors The Divislon of Housing Is EEO employer Deadline March 15, 100 by Spin Housing Office, 3-2 1-13 I= West University 373-1234 No Slot os mow-1l 23rd Mann I ol MIesins 7-M Roses $1495/ Ne Jsee 34*9-el Nti -"" HELP WANTED PLANNING INTERN $700 00 oi Weekly Indian River County has a Summer iitern ship position avactable Program tor 0 12 Weeks beginning o a May 15 1900 this internship willtocus on long range plan nflt acilvi tis Prencill durties War be no assist te Planning Stall in completion ol the County s land development regulalon revision Spec'lically lhis posion will in voAInconducInganalyses doneglstudies drafting portions of development regular [ions particIpating in public Meatings and undertaking other activities Excel Ni wriling and speaking ability Fa iliner ply with dBase IlI Symphony and PC ARC Inlo desirable Minimum qualifica tons graduate student in Urban Planning Master's degree Programs Send resume to Indian River County Personnell 1840 25th St Vero Beach Ft 32960 EOE/AA/VP Employer 32-1 13 Shands Hospital at The University Of Feor Ida has the following part time positions avail *Secretary ipm5pm, M F) requires 45 CWPM, 2yrassecretarial epeinance, word processing and data anry experience *Receptionist (Sam Ipm M F) and (12 30pm Spm, M F) requires 35 CWPM I yr secretae'ia/Clencal experience as well as excelled phone skills and ability to deal v/public Please specify which position Mterested in when applying Applicationiesuma may be Side by Wed Mar 7 1990 to Anna Capitanio Shards Hospital at the University 01 Florida Box J 347 Gainesville, FE 32610 EOE College Work Study needed for general secrelartal duties 10 20 hrs per week $4 50 per he Call 392 8740 3 7 4 13 Part lime teach aid 10 aSsist afternoon enrichment program al United Church Wednesday 1230 300 372 4615 3 0 5 13 CAMP GREENVILLE located n Ihe Blue Ridge Mins oking tor FdM counselors For more infirranon call Rober 335 3517 385)13 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS, terminals A Pc's, buy sell, trade, rent & repair Great prices, DUAL ITV, COCS 806 W Univ 335-0378 4-30 75 i4 RESUMES Same day, Nexl day Many Styles A Fants Editing PC Lab, 17 ST A Univ 372-6500 ,ONT WAIT until midterms to use PC Lab Learn WP. 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PRiDAY, MARlCH 2. i9w SPORTS 'Canes will try to steal baseball series from Gators By RON KASPRISKE Alligator Writer See Miami run And run, and run, and run see IF pitchers throw to first And throw to first. and throw to first, and throw to first Get the ide,' Good, because if you attend the I baseball learn's weekend series with steal-happy Miami, you'll being seeing a lot dt that -along with one of the best Lolleguate baseball nvalries in the country UF, &5 and ranked 18th in the latest Collegiate Basnbail/ESPNI poll, will face the fourth-ranked Hurricanes (13-2) Saturday in 4 p m. and Sunday at 1 30 p or at Ferry Field Miami has stolen a whopping 48 Tide rolls into town bases in 67 attempts this season and inevitably will try to run on the Gators, who splt their first two games with the Hurricanes last weekend in Coral Gables 'What worries me the [most is that they run so well," said IF pitching coach Scott Lovekamp 'So if were gum rig to beat them, we have to niet ral /e ,ihat bythrowiig it) first a lt Iuniorpitcher Cord Corbitt, who picked up the win ii li1's 5-4 vic I ry over Mii last Saturday, has been the most effective of the UPF pitchers in keeping runners from stealing, Corbitt, a left-hander, did just that against Miami last week, which lovekanip attributed to the victory "Not only does he have a good pick-off move, but they'll have to use more right-handed hitters against him," LIovekampsaid 'And their right-handed hitters aren't as good at stealing bases." Ilft-handed hitters Mike Iosar and Gino DiMare are among team leaders in stolen bases along with right-hander Greg Erickson Tosar has eight in nine attempts, while DiMare has stolen 10 and Erickson 11 Another lefty, Orlando Pal meiro, has six steals Up coach Joe Arnold said Corbitt is a likely candidate to stait Saturday's game While UF pitchers will have their hands full with Miami's base runners, OF's hitters will also have their hands full with a surprisingly strong Hurricanes pitching staff Despite losing its top pitcher, -'Vw Alex Fernandez, who opted to play professional baseball after compiling a record of 15-2 last year, Miami's pitching staff has an impressive 3 26 ERA Miami probably will start Oscar Munoz on Saturday and Greg Knowles on Sunday Munrot is 3-0 witha l 75 ERAir four starts, while Knowles is 3 0 with a 2 7 FRA in four starts HF outfielder Mike Moberg, who played high school baseball against Knowles in Fort lauderdale, said Miarm's pitchers are tough, but the Galors proved they can hit off them in the first series, racking up 15 runs in two games "I try to tell the other players on our team not to get too psyched," said Moberg, who has 13 hits in his last 23 at-bats "We have the fans on our side here and her aren't any distractions for us lke there are in Miami There was one big distratlorc for the Gators the last time Mii was in town UF and M iL cleared their benches in a figh' i the NCAA Regionals last sed'on but Moberg said that won't be factor this weekend hat fight was blown o il proportion," Moberg said. 'Is rivalry is usually aggressive, but it's not like we want to fight." I Bikini contest canceled The UF athletic department an nounced that Sunday's bikini on test, which was supposed to take place during the game, was can celed because they couldn't get enough participants. Gymnasts on 'relaxing' trip UF By GREGG DOYEL Alligator Writer irhrtn the IF basketball team plays hoIs to Alabama on Saturday im the Oirinell Center, it will be without not one. but two clouds of uncertainty that have been lingering over its collective head the last two months. Interim coach Don DeVoe announced tuesday that he does not wish to be considered for the permanent post next season, ending monthsof speculation and grumbling from disgruntled fans and boosters alike And later that night the Gators (719, 2-14 in the Southeastern Conference) snapped a school-record-tying 14-game losing skid against 15th-ranked Louisiana State, 76-63 "We now know that we're capable of winning the big games," junior guard Renaldo Garcia said "We know we have the ability it we play well That's what it Will take against Ala. bama The Cramson TIde (20-8. 11-6) brings to the 1:30 p m. tipoff one of the most balanced attacks the SEC has to offer, with four players scoring in double figures Forward Melvin Cheatumn leads the Tide with 15.6 points and 6.7 rebounds a game The Tide also gets production from Robert Harry (12 6 ppg), Keith Askins (10.5) and David Benoit (10.3). Askins lit up the Gators for 23 points as the Tide beat Uin the championship game of last year's SEC Tournament. Earlier this season, Alabama took advantage of possibly UFs worst performanceofthe season,droppingtheGators 57-44 in Tuscaloosa, Ala. But the Tide will be facing a UF squad that shook off a lackluster two-month display of question-mark offense against LSU with a balanced attack of its own. flsey're mort confident now, and they know where to look for their show," DeVoc said. "When the ball goes in the ladoi hInMSiE -PMliG rott Redahirt ftushmn forward] Macop Pols uas ham the Gotols' hot hanknd lately, averaging 14.9 points through the 1St basket, it solves a lot of problems." Poole, averaging 9.2 points a game this season, has picked up soie of the slack left by the mideason departure of leading scorer Dwayne Schintzius. Poole ha scored at a 14.9 clip in the last 10 games. Davis receives honor. UF junior Dwayne Davis has been named to United Press International's All-Southeastern Conference squad. 'The -foot-7, 215-pound St. Petersburg native, who was named to the third team 10 gamns. last year, is averaging 60.2 percent from the field and 12.5 points a game, Named to the first-team areLSU guard Chris Jackson and forward Shaquille O'Neal, Tennessee guard Allan Houston GeorgiacenterAlec Kesslerand Ole Miss forward Gerald Glass. joining Davis on the second-4eam are Cameron Bums (Mississippi State). lterial Green (GeorgIa), Derrick Miller (Kaintucky) and Chobjatur (Ab ). By SHARON GINN Alligatovr Writer Ibis weekend, the UF gymnasts will have a ohaice to Frally catch up on their sleep, their homework, and their tans No, the gymnasts won't be on vacation They'll be in lempe, Ariz competing against two of the nation's top eanms The 13th-ranked Gators will face fourth-ranked Louisiana State and 11th-ranked Arizona State on theroadtonight in ASU's University Activity Center But this trip hasn't worried Coach Ernestine Weaver as much as most road meets usually do. In fact, she expectsshe and hergymnaststo doa lot ofrelaxing 'The thing about Arizona State is that the kids like to go there," Weaver said. "They're happy to be there. It's a healing trip and it will put them back mentally into perspective." Senior Karen Brennalt said she enjoys going to Arizona because the crowds and the gymnasts ar more polite than at the Southeastern Conference schools they usually travel to "When we go out (on the road) in the SEC, it's a totally different atmosphere," Brennalt said. "No body likes you. When we go to Arizona it's more like our crowd They're looking for good gymnas tics The Gators are coming off a tri-meet victory over Arizona State and Oklahoma last Thursday. Though UF beat ASU (6-5) by 15 points in that competition, they will have to face the Sun Devils. In the meet, UF also will face LSU (3-2), a team Weaver described a "very different". "On any given night, an LSU team can win nationals," Weaver said. "But they lack discipline. When they're on, you can't stop them, but they can also be off very easily." Traditionally, the Gater. (5-3) have had difficulty at road meets. This season has been no different. Thae gymn~asts have lost Against three temsn at their two away meets this mean, with score' two three points lower than their average home meet totals. 'mars whars holding us down in the rankings right now -a good road score, Weaver said. A good road score, Weaver Sd, Isamound 188 or 189 points. UP. highest hom utre this .eaon has been 188.70. And In ymnaetk, Itscomitin knowledge that road scores are lower hom scores. Still, the Gator said they can get the sores they need if they just ma" on the appenbiae "It seems like when we go Away, w have a lot more faIls," junior AliAmerican Pam Titus said. "mfalsa problem for us, and Hi.s omthiigw aSed to overcome. to face