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Q This is the second of a 5- art series shadow of wrongdoing looms over everything ball game, only to see a plane flying over across the street from the O'Connell Center
examining the issues facing President John else. head with a trailing banner that made fun of just before a game. Later, DeVoe said he is
Lombardi as he leads UF into a new Just ask former interim UF Arnsparger. so disliked that he has to have a police
decade. President Robert Bryan,who had And then there were the head officer escort his wife to home games.
By RONALD DUPONT to deal with the brunt of the lines. Articles in The New York With Lombardi now at UF, the criticismof
Alligator Writer controversy when he traveled to Times, USA Today and every both DeVoe and Arnsparger could get
out-of-state professional confer newspaper in Florida heralded even worse, Bryan said.
UF President John Lombardi began his ences. UFs problems: from one NCAA"I
"There will be some people that will think
teaching career in Venezuela, surroundedby know faculty go off to their investigation to another, from allegations now that a new president has come aboard,
countries where leaders receive threatening professional meetings and get of players betting on it will be time to call for Bill's resignation,"
letters,are booed by masses of people (verbally) beaten up and games to taking drugs, from the Bryan said.Amsparger.
and are hung in effigy. punched around," Bryan said. resignations of the football and
Bryan tells stories of receiving basketball coaches to the much- said it wouldn't be appropriate -
Now Lombardi is at UF. His situationhasn't
for him to speculate about what
hastily scrawled letters written in publicized infighting on the bas-
changed much. huge handwriting letters calling for his ketball team. Lombardi may be told. But he did say he
Thanks to an ongoing sports scandal that immediate resignation and the firing of Athletic has met with Lombardi several times and
probably grabbed more headlines than any Director Bill Arnsparger. Even as late as last month, an effigy of understands the new president's goals.see .
other athletic scandal of the 1980s, interim basketball coach Don DeVoe was
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teaching and service."I .
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three items at the same time and at the same intensity,"
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to being resolved, and changes in the athletic
administration's staff, including the search for a new
basketball coach, are ongoing.
Another item that will require his time is the recruit
ment of more minority faculty, students and staff,
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which it is part""
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cized recently when several students formed a white
REGGIE GRANT- ALLIGATOR rights group that is opposed to Affirmative Action.
or swimNorth The organization is trying to become a registered
Miami Beach water polo player Paul Bechkazie, left, comes up against Mike Greenwald of Miami student group, and although it has received much
during Sunday's Gator Spring International} at Florida Pool. Miami won 16-12 over North Miami Beach. opposition from other campus groups, Lombardi said
. he believes it has the right to form. But he added that
doesn't mean he agrees with the group or its purpose."I .
am not enthusiastic about the group's agenda, as
State schools share parking problemsBy I understand it," he said.
Lombardi said several universities similar to UFs

ida, where about 26,000 faculty and stu- students are fighting a 200-percent increase size and makeup are experiencing racial problems
LISE FISHER dents fight for 4,300 paved parking in parking decal fees this semes- among their students, and added he believes UFs
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Many of UF's 26,000 student drivers $18 for a year-long decal. The current proposal from USFs the Black Student Union to find out their concerns.
have parking horror stories about pay- But UCFs Parking and Traffic Man- Space Committee is to increase decal BSU President Roxy Oliver said she believes
ing almost $50 each to compete for ager Ina Carpenter said students legallycan fees $10 this year, raising the cost to Lombardi is being proactive rather than reactive by
17,500 parking spots. But their tales park in about 3,000 temporary, un- $50. The proposal also states the in- taking the initiative to talk to black students."It .
might not be as bad as those from other paved parking spaces. creases will continue until 1994 to a went well in that we got the opportunity to meet
Florida universities. The problem is there aren't enough temporary maximum level of $80. The him so he could hear some of the issues directly facing
Florida Leader magazine gave its 1990 spaces close to the places where people extra revenue will be used to build an black students," Oliver said. "I think it's a good sign
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Gainesville man killed in car crashA Ricky Keith Robinson was found by Gainesville

63-year-old Gainesville man died shortly after police and Alachua County Sheriff officers at his -B.

driving into the back of a gasoline tanker on State family's 741 N.W. 8th St. home at about 10 p.m.,

Road 121 late Thursday night, a Florida Highway Gainesville police SgL George Johnson said. When
Patrol spokesman said. the officers tried to arrest Robinson, members of his The Best Bar-B-Q In The World

Harrold Clement Voyle drove his 1986 Pontiac into family pushed them away while Robinson jumped outa
the back of a 1983 Mack tanker trailer shortly before window,Johnson said. THE EARLY BIRD IS HERE!

11 p.m., FHP spokesman Lt. James McClellan said. After arresting three family members,a Gainesville
The tanker's driver, Earl Sidney Jordan, 49, stoppedin police officer brought one of the members,a juvenile, Sl.OO off all dinnersItems
the northbound center lane at the intersection of back to Northwest Eighth Street, Johnson said. The

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Jordan was not hurt. No passengers were in either of threatened the officers and the canine with a bottle. 4 to 6 p.m.

the vehicles,Trooper Richard Vore said. As Thor approached, Robinson hit him in the head excluding specials

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ducted to determine whether Voyle was driving under police arrested him, Johnson said.
the influence, McClellan said. Thor was examined at UF's veterinary school, but
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welcome celebration for UF President 1161, ext. 283.Interview tonight at 7:30: in Matherly Hall t: >
John Lombardi will be today at Skills: Barry Shifflet Room 119. Call Pam Dolan, 336- 2nd Place: KA
12:30: on the Reitz Union North will present "How to Interview witha 7436.
Lawn. Lombardi! will address students Retailer, Part "today at 4 in Busi- SAMS: Students Against Multiple 3rd Place: ZX
at 1:15.: Call 392-1691. ness Room 200. Call 392-7166. Sclerosis are planning next week's

Nicaragua: Observers of the Sitar: lmrat Khan, who plays the Skip A Meal program and need help. t: >
Nicaraguan election will report on sitar and surbahar, will perform They will meet tonight at 6:15: in the
the event today at 4 at the Catholic tonight at 8 in the Reitz Union Ground Floor Jennings Conference Congratulations also go to the
Student Center. Call 392-0375. Auditorium. Call 3921345. Room. Call Jon, 336-8419.
Doubles: Recreational sports is Conservation: Steve Christmanof Waterski:The Waterski Club following non-finalist team winners C

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beginning March 13. Register by Florida's unique scrub tonight at 7 in B-70. Call Mike 373-2176.
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SHOT: The Student Health Out Resources: Ken Stowell of Satire in New Poland,' in Polish place: ATO a

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Reitz Union Room 363, with happy recruiting with the Society for Science Building Room E 121. 3rd place: ZAE

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Committee picks replacement for Senate vacancyBy I


DEBBIE CENZIPER Meyer said last week that not 32603, 32605, 32606 and 32609. people who showed up for inter- coming up.Kappa ."
enough people knew about the These zip codes included parts of views Sunday night were black stu-
Alligator Writer Alpha Psi black frater-
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opening and he wanted to ensure the Student Ghetto and FraternityRow. dents. Meyer had sent a letter Feb.
in the 32603 code said they
nity zip ,
Student Senate's Replacementand the vacancy was properly publi- 22 to student organizations urging
knew about the senate seats.
Agenda Committee filled a va- cized before the committee voted. R&A voted Sunday night to rec- black students to get involved in Kappa Alpha Psi open brother David
cant Senate seat Sunday night with Meyer also said he hoped black ommend freshman Chris Gerardy, Student Government."I Hayes said he mentioned the va-
one of the two original applicants, students would apply for senate a Phi Gamma Delta fraternity
really wanted to try to have cant Senate seat to members last
despite their one-week delay in positions because there are no member.The committee will pres- fair representation in Senate," week, but the fraternity was heav-
hopes of informing more minority black senators. ent its recommendation tonight in Meyer said. "I would have liked to ily involved with special eventssee
students about the opening. The seat was available to any UF the Senate meeting. have seen blacks apply for the seat,
Seat 14
Senate President Andrew student who lived in zip codes Meyer said none of the four but there will be other chances page


Programsto



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drug useBy


ELIZABETH CLARKE
Alligator Writer

Organizers of National Collegiate
Drug Awareness Week hope to
make students think about what
they're doing when they decide
whether to use drugs.
The biggest problem is studentsuse
drugs on campus and don't think
about the consequences," said
rJ Krissie Oelstrom, special projects
coordinator for the Campus Alcohol
and Drug Resource Center.The cen-
ter has organized drug awareness
events that began Monday and will
continue through Friday.
UF football Coach Steve Spurrierand
1 1.kY
John Reaves, the Gator's new
quarterback coach, will focus on
drug use in athletics during a pre-
sentation Thursday at 7 p.m. in
Carleton Auditorium. Reaves, a for-
mer Gator and NFL player, will dis-
q cuss his struggle with drugs.

Other events, including today's
concert with Bo Diddley and the Bad
Dad Review at the UF Bandshell at
4 p.m., have been organized in con-
junction with Celebration 1990, a
weeklong festival of the arts that
begins today.Educational.
materials on mari-
A 4 d juana, cocaine and designer drugs
including Ice and Ecstasy, will be
available at tables at the Reitz Union
throughout the week,Oelstrom said.
"People shouldn't not use drugs
simply because they are illegal,"
Oelstrom said. "We want people to
PHOTOS BY F.D. DODD know about the medical, physiological -
Biker bashBy and legal consequences of drug
Saturday, March 3, about 2,500 bikers per hour were arriving in Daytona Beach for the annual Bike Week. Police use."
estimate 350,000 bikers will have attended the leather and chrome festival by week's end. Bikers enjoy beer in the Oelstrom said drugs still pose a

Boothill Saloon on Main Street, top left. The bar, opposite a graveyard, opened in the mid-1950s. Many bikers have threat to college students, althougha
tattoos, such as the elaborate and patriotic one on this unidentified man, bottom right. Others prefer more temporary 1989 study by the National Instituteon
Drug Abuse found that illegalsee
decorations, right.
Awareness, page 14



Celebration begins with today's Bo Diddley concert I


By M.D. CUMELLA rock 'n' roll with the Bad Dad Re- this week," Rosenberg said. "Peo- Thursday is Renaissance Day Barry Sides Blues Band and Pili
Writer view. The Review is composed of ple are even coming from Tampa." and will feature renaissance music Pili.All
Alligator Diddley's family and friends. Celebration is a five-day arts and from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Reitz shows are free and open to
For those of you who still don't Celebration producer Jason Ro- music festival held at various loca- Union North Lawn and the Plazaof the public but Rosenberg said
know Diddley, you'll get a chanceto senberg said the Diddley show and tions around campus ending with the Americas. The movies "Ca- Diddley requested everyone at-
see Bo and the Bad Dad Review Saturday's jazz show,featuring gui- Saturday's eight-hour jazz show. sablanca" and "The Maltese Fal- tending his show bring canned
when he kicks off Celebration '90 tarist Stanley Jordan and "Late Wednesday, the Hippodrome con" also will be shown beginningat goods to benefit the Central Flor-
with a free concert at the UF Night with David Letterman's"Paul will present a play titled"Portraits"on 8 p.m. on the north lawn. ida Community Action Agency.
Bandshell today at 4 p.m. Shaffer and the World's Most the Reitz Union North Lawn and Saturday's jazz show at the Rosenberg said to expect some
Diddley, who appeared in a series Dangerous Band, are generating the Pineview School Chamber Bandshell featuring Jordan and surprises from Diddley today.
of Nike commercials with Bo statewide attention. Symphony will present a candlelight Shaffer will begin at noon with "From what I hear, wheneveryou
Jackson of the Kansas City Royals, "We're getting calls from all over concert at 8 p.m. on the Reitz Cold Fusion, the University of get a Bo show,you always get
will play 90 minutes of blues and the state asking about the shows Union North Lawn. North Florida Jazz Ensemble, the suprises," Rosenberg said.TUESDAY. .



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Belgium (UPI) The "twoplusfour"process month. '
of German unity will begin this week with British Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd, who at- EgressDELItUNGHBtJEFEr I
official talks between the two Germanys, and the four tended a private briefing by Genscher for foreign
victorious Allies of World War II joining next week, ministers, said the "two-plus-four" talks would begin :
West Germany's foreign minister said Monday. soon, but also gave no details.
Previously it was believed the talks would not begin Hurd met earlier with NATO SecretaryGeneralManfred
until after the March 18 elections in East Germany. Woerner, and the two "agreed on the includes:
West German Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich desirability"of an early April meeting of NATO foreign deli meats,
Genscher said East and West Germany will meet at ministers on German unification,but no date was set, fresh $4 95
the "official" level on unification later this week, and said a spokeswoman for Britain's NATO delegation.In choice of bread,
the Big Four allies Britain, France, the United the restricted session with foreign ministers, salads & soupswbeverageand ,
States and the Soviet Union will join the talks next Genscher sought to reassure EC and NATO partners [
week. they would be consulted on all aspects of German one hot specialty
Genscher, attending a meeting of European Com- unification, according to Hurd and Belgian Foreign item each day $3.95 & Salad ;
munity foreign ministers, said the meetings would be Minister Mark Eyskens.
the first official talks on German unification since the Since the Ottawa meeting,several NATO countries,
"two-plus-four" process was established in Ottawa last notably Italy and Holland, have expressed concern
month. over being left out of the "two-plus-four" process. $1.00 OFF COUPON:
He did not give further details,but a spokesman for Hurd said, however, "there was no repetition todayof
the EC president later said representatives of the two the complaints, the criticisms that were raised. I : 11.00: am-2.00pm; :
Germanys would meet Friday, followed by extended think we felt we were being kept in the picture." Monday-Friday _
talks with the Big Four on March 14. EC heads of state will meet in Dublin, Ireland, on : g cble Inside Holiday Inn :
The East German news agency said the early talkson April 28 in a special summit to discuss German unifica g University Center I
German unification would force postponement ofa tion. The leaders had been scheduled to meet next in
March 17 meeting of the Warsaw Pact scheduledfor June, but decided to hold an extraordinary session : outback Comer of 13th Street :
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(UPI) Lithuania's Sajudis nationalist So far, 116 seats have been filled in the two elections.
movement overwhelmingly clinched control of the Further balloting is set for March 7 and 8 for the other rt.
Baltic republic's Parliament in runoff elections, settingup 25 seats, but Tass said that the "Sajudis already
a confrontation with Moscow over independence, controls almost two-thirds of the seats.
official results showed Monday. A spokesman for the movement, Dajus Greenbergas .
The official news agency Tass, quickly reportingthe said the legislators are planning to gather for the .: &
results of the run-off elections held Sunday, said first session of the new Parliament on March 11, the
18 more Sajudis candidates were elected,which addedto day before the Congress of People's Deputies meetsin iG'i'M
the 70 nationalists elected Feb. 24 in the first round. Moscow.At .
The latest win gives candidates backed by the that Congress session, President Mikhail Gor-
pro-independence Sajudis movement 88 seats, or a bachev is expected to reveal his plan for a mechanismthat present
majority of the 141-member legislature. would allow republics like Lithuania to secede. f

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I Defense advocates foresee large budget cuts ,.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Leading House defense $292 billion to $284 billion. Personnel accounts would with special guest
advocates said Monday the Budget Committee will suffer hardest under heavy cuts because most of the ..
demand at least $8 billion in Pentagon budget cuts, a money in those accounts is spent each year,while onlya TroubleWednesday
figure the Army's top general said could be devastat- small amount of the amount authorized for a weapons
ing.The system often is spent in a year. March 7th
Budget Committee Tuesday will hear from Rep. Under the congressional budget process, the ,
Les Aspin, D-Wis., chairman of the House Armed Budget committees of the House and Senate set Tickets available at all TicketMaster locations or at the doorDon't
Services Committee, on how much of the proposed overall spending levels, and the Armed Services com- .
defense budget should be approved, and both Aspin mittees then write defense authorization bills to paral- forget MTV's Spring Break Party
and Rep. Marvin Leath, D-Texas, who serves on both lel those figures. Defense Appropriations Monday March 12th
panels, said the cuts could be large. subcommittees for each chamber then write legisla- 4560 N.W.13th St. 378-5359
"None of us like to play the 'what if game," said tion dealing with actual spending for the fiscal year.
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staff, what the impact of additional cuts would be. for use if necessary trying to cut back its force by
"It would be devastating to us," said Vuono, whose 35,000 slots a year over five years after 1991 the
service might have to absorb as much as half of the budget now under consideration -and that drawing IMAGINE. '
cut. "You would be back to fracturing the force." down the force any faster could leave units under-
The proposed Pentagon budget totals$306.9 billion, manned and readiness suffering.The a work of art
with actual spending or" "$303.9 billion,with conventional arms control talks in Europe now with you in it. tb '
$11.9 billion of that for nuclear weapons programs at envision the United States reducing its European
session makeoverand '
the Energy Department, meaning Pentagon spending force by about 80,000 positions over three years, but r 1t
alone under Leath's figure would fall from a budgeted Aspin said politics may demand a far faster reduction.to folio
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sity of Miami isn't the $50 for a John Beck, University of As Featured On
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student newspaper, the Oracle, re- Public Safety Parking Department Police and Public Safety, said
ported.An employee and full-time student. It's UNF's parking situation isn't as
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Parking Service Business Man- Velez said campus residents main campus. UNF has a total of
ager Angela Gafkins said. could use UM's park-and-ride ser- 2,788 parking spots, shared by QMX.AT:
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Top left, Although women and children usually remain in the rear of
x the temple during programs, these young girls still take part in the I
service. The statue "Karma," above, can be found in the Krishna
temple. A devotee, bottom left, reads from Bhaktivedanta's book of
philosophy and chants in the temple room. I

Hare Krishnas devote lives to learning, worship I

of my faith as a Hare world are suffering is because thereis
By KAREN MEYERS
Alligator Writer Krishna,"Yadaupriya said."Everyonetold a lack of spiritual learning," said
me it would change my life whenI Jyotir Dhama who lives at the house.
ax msx< Yadaupriya devi dasi brought a I did.They were right.After chanting "We serve the same spiritual food that
piece of wholesome cake to a guest I never felt the same." we offer to Krishna."

who visited the Hare Krishna house. Every morning they offer food on Krishnas have been serving food at
When a crumb dropped from the an altar and ask Krishna their god UF for 15 years, longer than on any
plate onto the shiny barewood floor to enter a statue so they can worshiphim other campus in the United States.
Yadaupriya fell to her knees wiped in material form. They prefer to congregate in univer-
, away the crumb and kissed the floor Afterward they separate to perform sity communities because studentsare
,' with her arms outstretched.To their assigned daily duties. Some receptive to new ideas,Jyotir said.

Yadaupriya the renovated fraternity clean the temple while others pre-
:.wa 3y
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Hare Krishnas consider themselves soybean "veggie balls" for students receptive to seeking new religions"
spiritual people in a world of who gather for lunch at the Plaza of Jyotir said. "College is an age when
materialism. They devote their livesto the Americas and for people who arrive people are in a learning atmosphere
learning and wake up at 4 each at their center on Northwest 14th and we have something to offer
morning to chant and greet deities."I Street.
see Krishna, page 13
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Great Hunting Ground. That's what one graduate
student dubbed the O'Connell Center parking lot.

"There's going to be a homicide out there one day, I
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swear.

Taking laps around clogged parking areas is not a lot
of fun, just ask the folks who get frustrated enough to
turn around and go home. Blowing off class may solve i i5A
the immediate aggravation, but there is a more respon-
sible solution: take better advantage of available parking,
even if it is a bit farther away.

There are always spots available at the ParkandRidelot
on Museum Road, according to Student Traffic Court
Chief Justice Craig Yarn. Buses from there run fairly fre-

quently, though there is no doubt that more buses needto -
stop at more places more often.If .
I is rainbowcoloredWhen I
the lucrative Traffic Court forked over some cash to Personality

improve the bus system, parking spots in the interior of
I was growing up on the east coast of Central
could be eliminated. And getting rid of those
campus 0- Alan Crouch
Florida, a black couple lived across the street from
spots would be a good step towards banning traf-
campus me and they had a son my age.We were good friendsfor s
fic during peak hours. And when you get rid of traffic, a long time. Even when we were both around the PEAKING OUTIf
you prevent a few accidents. Simple, right? age of 11 or 12, we didn't even notice our different
you want to be treated equally, then show that
Despite what some "suits" in Tigert Hall say, request- color.Why? Because this difference was trivial and it you're equal If you want to be treated differently,then
ing vendors to drive through campus only early or late in alone didn't make us different from one another. show that you're different The choice is always yours.
the day is possible. James Johndrow, assistant director of My point? Simply this, color is in the eye of the There are those who react to appearance, but you
business and financial services, said the vendors do a pret- beholder. know that, and sometimes you have to compensate;
ty good job of servicing the machines at Turlington Hall The only real differences between two groups of you dress up for interviews, you pierce your ear, you
and the libraries as early as possible. people is their innate personalities the existenceof cut your hair a certain way. But these are your choices.
which is still debated and up-bringing. All other Those who treat you differently because of appearances
That makes sense. Having to weave through hundredsof differences are selfproclaimed.You're you can't change like skin color are either
students at noon just makes their job harder. But for not"white"until you say you're white.You're close-minded or timid.These are the people who need
the vendors who aren't so conscientious, a restriction is not "black" until you say you're black. You're not an cultural education the most.
in order. Johnson said UF could include such restrictionsin advocate of a group or their opinions unless you Remember, who you are is not a product of your
the contracts it has with vendors. Sounds like a good choose to be. You're not a believer unless you chooseto race or religion but your opinions, morals and inter
idea to believe.Of ests are a product of who you are. Black,white brown
us. course I'm not suggesting that you can change and red are just colors of skin not necessarily colorsof
With all the construction going on, walking or biking your skin color. I'm saying skin color doesn't have to personality.Alan .
across campus is even more dangerous. Add those cranes be a factor of your personality or your actions. Crouch is a graduate student in education.

and machinery to all the service vehicles zooming LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
around, and students become an endangered species.So .
male or female, handicapped or cycles of Ortho-Novum and$19 for
Class view
what should be done? Permit only changes
emergency not,is
an equal-even though they three cycles of the other four
vehicles, buses and Infirmary patients to drive on 'cam of may be different.So manufacturer brands.
pus. Improve the bus system and create more periphery special peopleEditor this course is not about an Over the past five years the cost
parking so that students don't need their cars on campusat : With all the recent racial easy grade, it's about learning and the Infirmary paid for the Ortho-
all. tensions on campus such as the changing the attitudes of some of Novum pills was increased while
white and black student unions those individuals that someday the other brands cost about the
Yeah, we know it gets hot in Gainesville and a 15- discrimination against Hispanicsand might be the leaders of what I hopeto same. However, since the
minute walk is tough, but sitting in a hospital bed with a all the other prejudices that be a non-racist nation. Infirmary's computer wasn't fully
broken collar bone or fractured leg is even worse. still exist in this country, I find it Rob Shaw integrated ,with the pharmacy,
irritating to read misleading articles 4JM these increases weren't noticed
Everyone will agree student safety is important. And about a course that has the and the price the students paid
since we all agree on that, its time we agree on some solu- potential to reform some of these Contraceptives'price remained the same.
tions. Parking in front of the Computer Science buildingin societal attitudes.As had to While trying to find out where
a last-minute, desperate effort to make it to class in a present teaching assistant go up the pharmacy's revenue has
time for a midterm is not a solution for anybody even and former student of the Excep- Editor: I would like to clarify the declined, the cost increase for the
the lucky joe who gets the spot. tional People class I can honestlysay reason for the price increase in Ortho-Novum brand of pills was
I know of no other course at Ortho-Novum brand birth control discovered.The decision was madeto
the University of Florida that has pills at the Infirmary.Five raise the price of Ortho-Novum
alligator Editor the ability to take 700 students each years ago, the Infirmary brand out of the other brands in
Chabot semester and change the way they stocked nine brands of birth order to cover costs.
con-
Lucy feel about people that are different.Dr. .
Managing Editor Opinions Editor trol pills made by five different Only one out of five brands carried
.Stuart Schwartz is more thanan manufacturers. At this time, the received a price increase. The
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton instructor he is a mentor for cost the Infirmary paid for the increase was overdue since the Infirmary
those individuals who sometimes Ortho-Novum brand pills was less was paying higher pricesfor
Letters Policy cannot speak,think or act for them- than the
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be price for pills produced by the brand without increasingthe
typed, double-spaced and signed They should Include I typed name address and telephone selves. He talks to, teaches and the other companies, and these prices they charged.
number. Names will be withheld If the what shows Just cause If you have any question call shows over 2,000 students each savings
were
passed
on to the stu- Hillary Lane
the editorial' page editor at 37M458
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ATHLETICSfrom what's on your mind and can't fortunately, people don't look said he also has a more personal reason
explain what you do.He has had beneath the surface." LOMBARDIfrom for wanting to teach a class.

page 1 to keep his" mouth shut and keep Gray added that the arrival of page 1 "If I don't teach every so often I feel

"I think he's interested in walking. Lombardi! and highlytoutedfootball that he wanted to meet with us on the as if I am an administrator and that
helping us to continue to do the Reaction from alumni about coach Steve Spurrier, first day." could be very dangerous for me and
things that and Arnsparger and the athletic program UF's Heisman win the university," he said.
we are doing only Trophy Also on Lombardi's agenda is the
also has been
establishing and re-establishing positive ner, has been a public relations search for administrators to fill the Keeping an eye on UF, including its
university control and compliance Lombardi! said. bonanza for the university."It's school's interim posts, including the maintenance problems, is something
,"Arnsparger said. Those "The university's constituency provost spot He said he hopes to have Lombardi!said he hopes to do by walk
two things have always been the is pleased" with what UF a dynamic duo"she said. the jobs filled by the end of the sum- ing about a half mile from thepresident's
key to successful intercollegiate has done he said. "I'm surprised "It's been wonderful." mer. mansion to his office in
athletic programs and I thinkwe so many people have told Tigert Hall almost every day.The walk
are certainly aware of that me, 'Sports is important but Gator Boosters President In the continuing saga over whether allows him to see UF through a
and accomplishing that and don't forget academics.! I've Duke Crittenden, who repre- teaching or research is more important visitor's eyes he said.
working toward those objec- been much encouraged by this sents an alumni organizationwith to UPs administrators Lombardi! The university looks different than
tives. balanced reporting." about 10,000 members na said he wants to improve the qualityof when you sit in a big office and go
Linda Gray,who has been theuniversity's tionwide gave particular creditto both.He said teaching is sometimes from meeting to meeting to meeting."
"And I think he (Lombardi!) overlooked because it is difficult to
official spokesperson to work and
Walking will
Lombardi.! teaching
"
certainly is aware of it, Arnspar during most of the sports evaluate, but he wants to find better give Lombardi! many opportunities to

ger said. scandals, echoed similar com- "He's got good capable people ways to evaluate and reward professors. speak to UFs students and listen to
Lombardi! said he supports ments.However,she added that dealing with it (the athletic them discuss their classes and career
Arnsparger and has heard-only little attention has been given to problems)," Crittenden said. Lombardi! plans to teach a class in plans something he said he loves.
positive things about the man. UPs reaction. "He is a tremendously capable his own area of expertise, Latin American The students are wonderful" he
"I think he has done one heckof "The university has not been person. I think the Florida history. He said teaching allows said.They're what makes it worth the
a job under extraordinary cir given credit for taking care of alumni will rally around him. He him to get a clear sense of what stu- trouble."
cumstances" Lombardi! said. its problems" Gray said. "Yes is the right man at the right dents think and how they feel. But, Alligator staff writer Geoff Boucher
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I I Graduate student group seeks funds for newsletterBy I


ANTHONY LEDERMAN GSC newsletter editor Gautam The group was supposed to re- fund SAC at last week's meeting, of $6,650 for a wrestling mat.
Alligator Writer Gupta said the newsletter will inform ceive money from Florida Citrus saying senators usually do not fund The Judiciary Committee is pre
5,000 graduate students on Mutual, but the company lost such trips. senting a bill to add the Florida
After hearing $30,000 worth of campus about current events. He money during the last citrus freeze Referring to the citrus freeze, Players and Recreational Sports to
bills at last week's meeting, student and unable to fund the Price said she didn't think the
said he won't bother trying to was agriculture the Activity and Service Fee Advi-
senators will decide whetherto reach students. This forced SAC should be be-
off-campus graduate stu- group penalized sory Committee's yearly budget
approve those four bills tonight. dents because the news will be members to ask Student Govern cause of "Mother Nature." distribution.
The Graduate Student Council outdated before they receive it. ment for the
money.
has returned to ask for $1,048 to "This is a time for SG to step in ASFAC, which distributes the
start a newsletter. Last month, it Also tonight, the Student Agri- "They have corporate sponsor and help out," Price said. $4.3 million students pay in A&S
received $3,640 for conference cultural Council is ship" Sen. Jill Price said. "That'ssomething
requesting Other bills on second reading fees every year, funds the Reitz
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Celebration 1990 Events Begin Today ; Vice President For Research Donald Price

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UF U F Fine Arts Dean Sabatella HonoredBo UNIYERS..lfi ll Wins Distinguished Engineering- AwardDonald


Diddley, Paul Shaffer and the World's' Mime performances are slated from 11 Price, UF vice president for receive the award at an engineering con- degree from Cornell University.. He was a
Most Dangerous Band and jazz guitarist v a.m.. to noon on the Plaza of the Americas. research and professor of agricultural vocation on April 20.. professor of agricultural engineering at Cornell -
Stanley Jordan will perform during Celebra-- 1 Street theater performances will be engineering, has been designated a red As UF vice president for research, Price from 1961 to 1980.. He arrived at UF in
tion 1990, UF's' week-long celebration of the JOSEPH I presented in the 1 Turlington Hall courtyardfrom pient of Purdue University's' Distinguished oversees some $$160 million in funding from November 1980 as IFAS assistant dean and

arts that begins today and runs through SABATELLAFine 11:30: to 11:45: a.m.. and from 12:35: to Engineering Alumnus Award. federal, state, industry and other sources director of extension energy programs, a
Saturday.For Arts ,lJ.::: 12:50: p.m.. Area elementary school children The award is presented once a year to a that provide the lifeblood for research position he held until September 1982 .
the first time in its 21-year history, the DeanHonored ;, will create chalk drawings from 1 to 1:30: select group of alumni whose accomplishments across the campus. He is also involved in when he was promoted to associate dean

arts celebration is dedicated to an individual AtCelebration / p.m.. on the Reitz Union South Terrace.. indicate potential for future success licensing faculty inventions, helping in the for research.. He served as UF acting dean
College of Fine Arts Dean Joseph Wednesdays's "Kid's' Day"" celebration ends and whose contributions to their respective development of UF's' research park in for graduate studies and research from
Sabatella, for his longtime commitment to 1990 with a candlelight symphony by Sarasota's' fields have been outstanding. Purdue's' Alachua and serving as president of the UF January 1983 until July 1984, when the posi--
the arts. iiifrom Pine View High School Chamber Group at FACULTY EDITION Schools of Engineering have presented the Research Foundation.. tion was split into two jobs. Price was nam--
Sabatella was the founding dean of the Iperform I}f 7 p.m.. on the Reitz Union North Lawn. award to 268 of about 60,000, graduates since Price received his bachelor's' and doc-- ed vice president of research after a nation-
college, which was combined with the Col-- the program began in 1954. Price will torate degrees from Purdue and his master's' wide search to fill the post.F .
lege of Architecture until 1975.. He started his Shaffer and Jordan will perform Saturdayas
career at UF in 1959 as an instructor in paint- part of an all-day jazz festival. All con
ing, drawing and design and became assistant noon until 1 p.m., followed certs and events are free and open to the UF Scientist Tracks Sea TurtlesIn
dean of the college in 1966.. Sabatella will by one-act comedy by the UF theatre public.. Celebration 1990 is sponsored by ; Loggerhead
return to duties in after department.. At 1:30: p.m.. the Hippodrome Omicron Delta Kappa, Friends of Celebration
teaching June servo
Theatre for Young Audiences will and Student Government.. For more in- I F I I
ing 15 years as dean, a tenure which made present In Effort To Prot Threatened SpeciesOcean FACUUY6cInstitute
him senior academic dean at UFo "Portraits, an original musical play.. formation, call 392-5414.. (

Celebration 1990 gets underway today .- -
with a performance b by Diddley and his is Bad I dumping and coastal development
Dad Review at 4 at the Bandshell.. A threaten the 15,000, loggerhead sea turtles
I reception will be veld tonight at the Reitz T JATMs I that nest along$ Florida coasts each year, HONORSACTIVITIESProfessor / of Phosphate Research.
I Union Colonnade at 7 p.m.. followed b by y an CAMPUSgJ + WEEK says a University of Florida researcher. Four faculty members-Institute for Child
opening ceremony and dedication at 8 p.m. f '11 f we don't' take steps to protect this Emil Wolf at the Everglades Health Policy Director Dr. Stephen Freed-
in the Reitz Union Ballroom.. marine animal, it will become an en- Research and Education Center,;, Belle Glade, man, College of Pharmacy executive

I Tomorrow is "Kid's' Day,:"' and several activities TODAY WEDNESDAY dangered species,:' said Alan Bolten, was honored by the National Sweet Com associate dean Peter r Pevonka, pediatrics and
of
wildlife scientist with UF's' Institute of Food Breeders Association for his development medicine associate professor Dr.
are planned on the Reitz Union wr. emergency
I North Lawn.. An art show featuring works LIVING WELL SEMINAR, "Questions & UF LIBRARIES BOOK SALE, 9 a.m.. to 4 4p.m. and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), the Ar- 4 .'as tt 4!" the Florida Staysweet sweet corn hybrids.. Robert Luten and surgery professor Dr.
Issues About Body Composition..What.. Is ., West Colonnade.. 1 y Harold Markowitz, director of independent been to the
Library
by UF students will be on display from 11 chie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research Y ,Yav Joseph Tepas-have appointed
Body Fat?,; by UF graduate research assistant BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR, ""Nuclear study, received the National University established Committee Child
state
and on
I a.m.. to 4 pm.. Clowns, magicians and Linda Garzarella UF's zoology department. v s.,. newly
noon, 224 Florida Education Association's
Gym. Resonance-from Man to Mole- Continuing .
Albert the Alligator will entertain from 11 Magnetic UF has become the international center Safety.Dr.
a.m. to noon.. The UF Chamber Singers will QUALITY OF LIFE TASK FORCE meetsto cules, by Kurt Wuthrich, professor at the In- for sea turtle research because Florida is the Childs Award for 1990.. .. C. Craig Tisher>;, College of Medicine
discuss life at UF for Black and Hispanic fur und UF Institute of Black Culture Director I
stitut Molekularbiologie Biophysikat nesting site for 40 percent of the world's log- eminent-scholar professor, is president-elect
students, 3 202 Tigert Hall. received the Mental
p.m. the Eidgenossische Technische gerhead sea turtles, with Brevard, Indian William Simmons of the American Society of Nephrology. I
Provost Candidate ZOOLOGY SEMINAR by UF assistant Hochschule, Zurich, Switzerland, 10:30: River, Martin and St. Lucie counties being Health Association Minority Issues Cer-- Larry T.Givens has been appointed director -
professor' of zoology Michael Miyamoto, a.m., Cl-7 J J.. Hillis Miller Health Center.. the main nesting areas. tificate of Recognition for his service as of Student Legal Services.
'Human Origins, as Ascertained from DNA affairs committee chairman.
Public Forums Set Sequence CHEMICAL Data," 3:45: p.m.., 211 Bartram Hall.. mining CENTER and FOR metallurgy WETLANDS professor SEMINAR VladimirWociik by struggle Bolten to, who survive is studying in an increasingly the loggerhead's hostile' minority Former UF head football coach Ray Graves Alan Four Lessner. professors;, Dr.-Robert Dr. Latif Mames Hamed and, Dr.Dr.

ENGINEERING LECTURE, has been named to the National Football UF's'
Institute of Environmental Protection environment, said small turtles are being Curtis Margo-were appointed to
"Non-Intersecting Random Walk in the Foundation's' Football Hall of Fame
This Next Week Presence of &Management, Krakow, Fbland, U:45: a.m., killed by ocean debris because they are very College Department of Ophthalmology.Dr. .
Non-Spherical Obstacles, E E.. for 1990. Graves served as Gator head coach Richard Howard, of
professor
DiMargio, National Institute of Standardsand Room 3, Phelps Laboratory. passive in the marine environment.. To determine the diet of loggerhead sea turtles, UF researcher Alan Bolten examines from 1960-1969. surgery'

UF faculty, staff and students can meet Technology, 4 p.m.. 237 Chemical WOMEN'S' STUDIES COLLOQUIUM by Coastal development and nighttime lights waste from small loggerheads captured during summer research in the Azores. (IFAS Dairy science professor Barney Harris and director of S Shands, was reappointed Hospital's to liver the

with five of the 17 candidates for UF pro Engineering Building.MATERIALS UF English department graduate student also threaten the loggerhead turtles, said photo by Chuck Woods) received the Honors Award for distinguished transplant' program Council.Dr. .
state's
vost/vice/ president for academic affairs in a SCIENCE SEMINAR Sangeeta Ray, '"Feminism and Nationalismin Bolten, who has been studying g the turtles Branch of the Transplant Advisory
"Pre- Bolten said. UF is in col- service from the Southern .
working associate
Barrett
their nests, professorand
leave Douglas
India," 4 since he came to UF as a graduate studentin history of the turtles once they
series of public forums to be held this month.. ceramic Polymers, by UF materials science p.m. Burger King Meeting nests and head out to sea.. Research in- laboration with the University of the Azoresto American Dairy Association at the Southern chief pediatric immunology, has been
Room 1542 W.. 1m"Car
The first forum, with Shirley Merritt post-doctoral associate William Toreki, 4 4p.m. University Ave.. leave Association of Scientists
dicates the into the Gulf track the turtles from the time they Agriculture elected president of the Southern Society of
Clark, of education and former traffic on the beach is obviously a hatchlings get
i professor Bless Auditorium, Williamson Hall.. ASIA AND ITS CULTURES Lecture the north Atlantic Florida as tiny hatchlings and return as Meeting.Dr. Pediatric Research.
Stream and then
acting vice president for academic af BIOTECHNOLOGY Series, problem for the turtles. Seawalls and other enter of
LECTURE, "FT-IR "Contemporary Chinese Literature: mature turtles later.. James Cerda, professor
I. fairs/provost/ at the University of Minnesota, Spectroscopic Studies of Polypeptides, Proteins From the Cultural Revolution to the Present attempts to stop erosion prevent them from gyre system, ocean currents Azores that sweep of In the next six many months years, Bolten hopes to gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition, GRANTS/SPONSORED/ RESEARCHFive
will be at 3:30: p.m.. Wednesday in the Mar and Biomembranes,: by London's' Day," by UF Chinese literature visiting lec- nesting at the natural dune line above the them 2,000, miles to the a group. begin monitoring the movement of large is the first non-cardiologist to receive the UF physicians4ntrainingDrMike

tial Arts Room of the O'Connell' Center. Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine pro- turer Ming g Dong Gu, 4 p.m., 205 Little Hall.. high-water mark. Worse yet, lights can be islands' on the mid-Atlantic learn ridge.about the loggerhead turtles with the aid of small Paul Dudley White Award from the Associa-- Chen, Dt Nancy Hardt, Dt Rex Mowat, Dr.

The forum with Andrew Sorensen, associate fessor Dr.. Dennis Chapman, 4 p.m., Cl-15 5TH ANNUAL O.K. STANLEY LECTUREby very disorienting to both nesting females "We're trying to more turtles and the transmitters and satellite telemetry. tion of Military Surgeons. Eric Sandler and Dt Bernard Taylor;, Jr..
dean for academic affairs in Johns J. Hillis Miller Health Center. UF classics David ana their hatchlings, he said.. basic biology of these small Bolten's' research on marine debris is sup- Per-Olov Lowdin, chemistry and physics received $$10,000, each in fellowships in
professor "The where
Young, Azores be we can
School of Nesting season is from May through seem to one place from the American Cancer
clinical
Hopkins University's Hygiene MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMI- honored the oncology
chemistry
Valid Lessons of Ancient the National Marine Fisheries professor;, was by
by
for Our Own Florida
their
Sport find them after leave
and Public Health and professor of health NAR, "Our Own Experiences with the Tunes, 4 p.m., Reitz Union Auditorium. August, but t little is known about the life !! they Sorted Florida Power & Light, the U.S... journal Theochem, which dedicated a Society .
policy and management, will be at 3:30: Romanian Revolution,," by university docent Fish and Wildlife Service and! the U.S.. Air volume to him. Dt Alan Miller, p physician-in-training,, i is s
p.m. on Thursday in McCarty Auditorium.. in machines and mechanisms Evert Dijks-- FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE, Center Schedules Force are supporting<> research to determine Dr. Bodil Schmidt-Nielsen, professor of among 39 physicians in the United States to
Michael Baer, dean of the College of Arts man, Eindhoven University of Technology, "Insect Waxes and Ecology: What Can You UF Faculty Support which types of light are least disorientingfor physiology, received the Ray G. Daggs s receive a three-year career developmentaward
&: Sciences and professor of political science The Netherlands, 4 p.m., 211 Mechanical Learn From A Dead Honey Bee??," by UF the turtles. Award from the American Physiological of$$90,000, from the American Cancer
and public administration at the University associate professor of entomology David Comouter Sessions For Faculty, A&P& Society for her research concerning kidney Society. The award supports academic work

of Kentucky, will meet with faculty, staff LATIN AMERICA STUDIES COLLO-- Carlson, 8 p.m., McCarty Auditorium. function and structure. including research and teaching.Bill .
and students at 3:30: p.m.. March 12 in the QUIUM, '"Report from Observers of the JEWISH STUDIES S LECTURE by nationally The Faculty Support Center for Comput-- 2:45: p.m., and Lesson 2, April 11,12:50: to William Maples, Florida Museum of Keegan, Florida Museum of Natural

Reitz Union Auditorium.. Nicaraguan Election, panel discussion led ]ly y known Jewish scholar and y journalist ing is offering spring-term computer 2:45: p.m.USING. 1 Lesson Fine Arts Dean Search Natural History curator, was recognized by History assistant curator of Caribbean
Dates and times for the forums with can- by UF Latin American Studies Center direc-- Charles Silberman, "Will Our Grand- seminars for faculty, A&P P personnel and LOTUS 1-2-3-Section : the U.S.. Air Force for his help in investigating a $$13,000, grant from the
didates Gene Hemp and Anthony Pennaare tor Terry McCoy, 4 p.m.. Catholic Student children Be Jewish? The Future of the post-doctoral associates.. The Center;, at 2215 1, March 28, 9:35: to 11:30.: a.m.., and Lesson Narrows To Five FinalistsUF's the death of Congressman Foundation for Field Research for work in
to be announced. is UF interim Center Turlington Hall, is from 8:30: a.m.. to 2, March 30, 9:35:. to 11:30: a.m. the Grenada, West Indies.Students .
Hemp 1738 W. University Ave. American Jewish Community," 8 p.m., Gan- open LOTUS ADDITIONAL WORKSHEET Dean of Fine Arts search committeehas Mickey Leland in Ethiopia. Maples was
provost and vice president for academic affairs LEGAL WORKSHOP/DISCUSSION/ of nett Auditorium.. 5 p.m. weekdays. the Macintosh class 1, 10, selected five finalists from the 69 appli. only non-military person to serve on the
and professor of engineering. Penna Florida criminal and traffic law by Student room, located in 521 Weil Hall, is open on- SKILLS-Section 1: Lesson April for the mission. Invited To
is senior vice for academic affairs CONTINUING ly during scheduled seminar hours.. Regis- 12:50: to 2:45: p.m.. ., and Lesson 2, April 12, cants position. Mark
president Legal Services director Larry Givens, 4:30: The finalists are Richard Domek, dean of Associate professor of economics
and professor of history at Northeastern p.m.. B73. Reitz Union.. Free and open to the COMPUTER GRAPHICS ART SHOW by tration is required for the hands-on lessons 12:50 USING: to 2:45: p.m.IV-Section 1 Lesson 1, fine arts at the University of Kentucky;John Rush will receive a curriculum excellence Pres. Lombardi'sWelcome '
dBASE
University.. public. Call 392-21 to register. UF architecture professor Harold Kemp, by calling 3927249 or stopping by the : 2, Goodheart, director of Indiana University's!'' award from the National University Conti--
and Lesson
through March 9, Creative\% center. A UF card and ID are April 3, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., his
HISPANIC FACULTY c CAUCUS MEETING Workshop, 809W. ID a picture School of Fine Arts; Donald McGlothlin, nuing Education Association for independent -
University Ave.., 9 a.m.. to 6 for March and April April 5, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.. macroeconomics.Dr. Party
5 p.m., Rooms 150-FG (behind the p.m. weekdaysand required registration. SAS/PC-Section/ music department chair and director of the study course in
TO
About This PageThis cafeteria), Reitz Union. Saturdays.. seminars are listed below: INTRODUCTION School of Fine Arts at the University of Mis- Allen Neuns, UF's' dean of medicine, the official
1: Lesson 1, March 27, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m., UF students are invited to
RANGE SCIENCES LECTURE, "Con- DRAWING EXHIBIT, USING DOS-FUNDAMENTALS-March souri Margaret Merrion, acting dean of fine was inducted into the membership of Johns for UFs ninth
"Divergent
2:45 ;; welcome
Styles
to student
: and Lesson 2, March 29,12:50, : : p.m. party
Faculty Edition of the University serving Florida's' Unique Scrub," by Florida Contemporary American Drawing," features 7,12:50 7, : to 2:45: p.m.. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACIN- arts at Ball State University,; and Frank Taro Hopkins Society of Scholars, an organization president, John V. Lombardi, at 12:30: p.m.
Digest is the fifth edition in the 1989-90 Museum of Natural History scientist Steve the work of ]13 3 nationally and internationally USING DOS-MANAGING DISK STOR- TOSH-March 6, 9:35 to 11:30: a.m. ,, dean of\Yale University's's School of Music.. for outstanding .alumni.APPOINTMENTS. today on the Reitz Union North Lawn.
series. These pages are designed to Christman, 7 p.m.., Medical Sciences ly known artists, through March 18, Univer-- AGE-April 9, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.. 1 MACINTOSH MICROSOFT: WORD 4.0. Candidates will be interviewed this monthin Lombardi will speak at 1:15: p.m. and
highlight the work of UF faculty and in- USING 5.0-Section :
Auditorium.1ST WORDPERFECT
Building sity Gallery, 9 a a.m. to 5 meetings with top UF administrators, with students from
p.m. weekdays and -Section 1 Lesson 1 March 13, 9:35: to then meet informally
,
form faculty on matters of specific in- ANNUAL STUDENT PUBLIC 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays. Lesson 1, March 7, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.. and : 15,9:35 to other deans, the search committee and college Dr. Ross A. McElroy, Jr., associate pro- 4 UF cheerleaders, WRUF-
March 1:30
11:30 2 : to
terest. To submit material for the next SPEAKING forum/competition/ sponsoredby Lesson 2, March 9 9,9:35, : to 11:30: a.m.; Section : a.m., and Lesson. faculty and students.. A decision will be fessor of psychiatry, was appointed medical : p.m. and the
2 and Alberta
faculty edition, scheduled for late AFRICAN S L ART, "Other World Faces 2:45 ., 11:30: a.m.. ; Section 2: Lesson 1, April FM Radio,, Albert
UF 2
April Lesson of
Department of Communication : 1, April 3 3,12:50, : to : p.m. 2 4, reached late this month or early April. director the Psychiatric Physicians.M. Band will The
Other UF
World 12:50 and Lesson April Marching participate.
contact Information Services, 355 Tigert Sciences and Disorders Hands, features costumes, and Lesson to 2:45 : to 2:45: p.m., Ohanian, of
7:30: p.m., McCarty 2, April 5 5,12:50, : : p.m. Current college dean Joseph Sabatellawill Jack College Engineering students is
free UF sponsored
masks to
12:50 event,
textiles 2:45
Hall and carved : to :
392-0186. Auditorium.I. wooden ADVANCED WORDPERFECT 5.0-Sec- p.m.MACINTOSH from administrative duties at the associate dean for administration and plan
1 resign and the Florida
This page paid for at usual advertisingrates. WOMEN'S' CHORALE/MEN'S/ GLEE. March sculptures of Liberia and Nigeria, through tion 1: Lesson 1, March 6, 12:50: to 2:45: GRAPHICS-Section 2:45 and: end of June, returning to teaching and ning, has been appointed by Gov. Bob Martinez by Cicerones Florida Student/Alumni Blue Key/ Association.10AUJGATORTIJESDAY. .
23 Grinter Lesson to
1 March
CLUB concert, 8:15: p.m.., University Galleries, open 9 a.m. to p.m., and Lesson 2, March 8 8,12:50: to 2:45: 26,12:50, : : p.m. creative work in UF's' art department. to the board of directors of the Florida
Auditorium. 3 p.m. weekdays and 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays. p.m.; Section 2: Lesson 1 1., April 9 9,12:50, : to Lesson 2, March 28, 12:50: to 2:45.: p.m.

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By LESLIANN Alligator Writer TOMICH Chicago Khan recently, Los Angeles toured, Seattle New York and, W Q WHAT ARE THE DANGERS

St Louis and composed music for OF WHIPPETS? Nitrous Oxide
Imrat Khan, known worldwidefor The Wilby Conspiracy,a movie starring .JJ:I ( )
playing the sitar and surbahar, Michael Caine.
will perform tonight at 8 in the "He was in Gainesville many o A: Blackouts, Brain Injury Suffocation,

Reitz Union Auditorium. years ago and he liked it so much U Freezing of lips and throat
"He's an outstanding artist of he decided to come back,"Downie
Indian classical music," said Rich- said. "We're in the big leaguesnow. J
ard Downie, director of the Center As long as (Khan) is in the GAMMA WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE
for International Student and United States, he's coming to
Scholar Services. "Not many art- Gainesville." vrz: SAO, AY, KAO FOR THEIR WINNING PUBLIC
ists of this caliber to Gaines-
ville." come Khan's great grandfather,Ustad o SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS BEING SHOWN
Sahebdad Khan, invented the sur-
The sitar resembles a guitar and bahar and Khan continues his tra- ON COX CABLE.Thinks .
stands four feet tall, while the sur-
dition by playing both instrumentsin
bahar looks like violin and
more a India, Europe, the Far East and
reaches deeper notes. Khan alter- Thinks to:Campus Alcohol and Drug (tenure Ctnttr, DARE BACCHUS.GAMMA,IRHA,RUPC
the Soviet Union. UnlvtrHly AMide Aitoditlon.Sonnyi Ron pit Bartxqm.CatM Rip ADvtrtting WAL-M ART.
nates between the two instrumentsto z: Wlndrnwdow Apvtmntt, Sktmri,Saline"Mute,AMC Truatm.Pull MrM,Jot*(M,Trophy
reach notes in five octaves. "Every year the India Club orga- Gym..Gdnuril*Gym,Rock 104,Nil 105 nt E e.Iota,zr A,
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The sitar, which Is played all
over the world,is"very serious and gineering graduate student Venu
Subramaniam, president of the
meditative, Khan said. "It's a
deep, classical and unique instru- club.
ment." "Quite a lot of people other than

UPs India Club, the College of Indian students come, because
Fine Arts, Goerings' Book Center they're curious," he said. Fi c i ODK & CLASSC
and the Center for International Admission to the performance is
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KRISHNA Krishnas don't believe happinesscomes
with material wealth.
TUESDAY from page 5 "The all.giving Father will provide
them." for you anything you want"
The vegetables Krishnas serve Yadaupriya said, gazing upward."If .
rNNT N16HNMI are grown on a farm in Alachua, you want wine, money and
where 30 Krishnas tend crops, comforts but you don't want Him,
He will those for
cows and oxen.Bhavasindhu. provide things
"
das, another memo you anyway.
ber of the Krishna community,said Because Krishnas consider sex
Krishnas don't worship the cow,as an unnecessary comfort, they are
many people believe. celibate. "Sex is material,"
"We honor the cow because it is Yadaupriya said.
so useful," Bhavasindhu said. John Nugent, teaching assistantand
"Cows are never slaughtered. We tutor for religion classes at UF
believe they deserve a guaranteed said Krishnas abstain from sex be-
retirement program." cause they believe it thwarts spiri-
Krishnas who live on the farm tual growth above the sexual level.
.a J ,' K 1C rum&coke support themselves by selling their "Krishnas do yoga instead of
Is shot aiC vegetables locally. More than 100 having sex," Nugent said. "They
others live in a devotee communityin adopt postures of animals to med-
Alachua, where they own an itate and channel the sexual en-
screwdriver it K 110 beerL aquarium furniture business that ergy in different and higher

employs many Krishnas in the directions."

108 S. MAIN SIHEE( lg & OVER 311-1619 area.Bhavasindhu Because they abstain from sex
said the businessis and can't pass beliefs on to chil-
successful due to "far-out,origi- dren, Hare Krishnas rely entirelyon
nal designs," many of which fea- converts for the continuation of
ture coffee tables supported by their religion Nugent said.
aquariums. Krsna Gana said he studied
Krishnas often change places many philosophies before joiningthe
within their society moving where Krishnas.
they are needed between Alachua "All other religions I have stud-
and Gainesville. ied are incomplete," Krsna said.
WeVe lowered Each evening they study and Yadaupriya is devoted becauseshe
just translate the Bhagavad Gita whichis believes the religion is flaw
written in Sanskrit,before goingto less.
bed.by 9 p.m. "Everything stems from under-
The Bhagavad Gita guides their standing," she said. The philosophy
lives and helps them achieve spir- is perfect Those who follow it
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page 3 the Reitz Union.The application page 3 abuse because it is such a big part "Frequently,confrontation with
deadline is Friday. drug use among young adults has of student life and culture," he the legal system is the only way
that week. students will realize that a prob-
declined steadily in the United said. Suchman said denial also "
"No one really had the chance Meyer listed vacant cabinet directorships States since 1980. plays a big role in other forms of lem exists.
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last week" to think about it or assistant cabinet directorships But UF Counseling Center psychologist drug abuse."I .
apply, Hayes said. and staff positions as David Suchman said alcohol would conservatively estimate Suchman estimated that one-

Meyer said another off-campus ways for blacks to get involved in is the drug that poses the about 1,000, students on cam- third of students who seek help "
Senate seat will be officially vacant SG. Many of the 80 Senate seats biggest threat to college students. pus have problems associatedwith for drug problems at the center |

tonight because Sen. Charlie also will become vacant in the sum drug use,; Suchman said. have dealt with the legal system,
Grapski has been determined inel- mer when senators leave and haveto "Alcohol is the most highly "We treat only about 100 a year. including the Student Conduct

igible for reasons not disclosed. find replacements, Meyer said. abused drug on our campus," he The effects of denial in student Board or University Police.

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;- ; ; ;; Apartment Inn ApartmentOwners Oak Forest Apts.
: We Do Sculptured -"l' Arbor Apts. P Oak Glade Apts.Brentwood .

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WET CUTS $$6! Beval Apts. Oasis Apts. .
Hair[Extra The Bicycle Club Apts Old Archer Court Apts.
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L't <.aaa..aa .a Butler Enterprises Pine Grove Apts.
Cambridge Village Pine Meadow Apts.
Camelot Apts Pine Rush Apts..
Campus Lan Apts Pmetree Gardens Apts..
StudentsWelcome Cedar Ridge Apts Pinewood Apts
Cedar Ridge Villas 1 Point West Apts.
College Terrace Apts. Pointe 23
Collegiate Living Organization Inc Prairie View Apts
Colonial Manor Apts Prainewood Apts
Colonial Oaks Apts Regency Oaks Apts
Country' Gardens Robinson Villa
President Country Manor Apts 1 Rocky Point Apts
Country Village Apts Rustic Spring Properties
Covered Bridge Apts Santa Fe Trace Apts
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Deerwood Apts Serenola Manor II Apts
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East Side Garden Apts t Seventh Street TowersShey
Tuesday, March 6, Fairmont Oaks Associates Inc
Feaster Properties Si'ber' Properties.
]J. Wayne Reitz Union Fox Hollow Apts. Sorority Annex Apts
Fredrick Garden Apts Southside Apts.
North Lawn French Quarter Apts Starlight Apts
Gainesville Garden Townhouses F d Stone ridge Apts.
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Gator Town Apts Summer Place Apts
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1- FOR RENT: UNFURN.Dump ROOMMATESFemale FOR SALE


Classifications D How to place a your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the to share 2br/2ba/ house. In NW Glass Table and chairs., Bookshelf, Reclining -
price of on*. Pool, tennis sauna, wt. $$250/mo/ + 1/2/ util turn, cable, chair. Full size bed and dresser..
classified ad: room, Stoneridge Apti. 3800 SW 34 St. washer/dryer. / nice area call Randy at Must. Sell ASAP. If Interested call 377-

1 1 For: Rent .- Furnished 375-1121." 4-30-45-2 377.25371.av. msg.. 3-12-8-5' 3100. 38-5-6


2 For Rent.- Unfurnished In Cash Person check:, MC VISA. 4 or 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201' NW 10 St by Bicycle Club-Furnished. Own room and Waterbed; queen, .semlwaveless, side-,

or UF now or 5/1/' carport, cent air, wood bath. $225mo./ 1/2/ utll. Need ASAP. padding, gorgeous, exc/cond./ sell really
Mobile Homes
.3 The Alligator Office floor, College Park Properties: 411" NW Call Barbara at 336-0417.' or Iv m.... 3- cheap, $$200 obo. Call lor more Info Jeff

For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave 15 St 371-7777.' 3-B-5-2 955F 3355528. 3-8-5-6


4 Sublease House/Apt./ M-F8am-4pm F HUGE 2bd 2bth now or Fall Bet, Air Apti N/S/ for own bdr/ba/ at Rocky Point Apts. SAilBOAT, Laser II 1985.' ready to sail,

5 Roommates Main BookstoreHub 638 NW 26 Ave. (off A St). Spacious fully furn except bdr. Avail May 6 $$209/mo/ trailer Included. FAST and FUND II $$2000.
Customer Service Desk grounds, magnificent oakt. College Park & 1/2/ util 336-3918 LV MSG. 3-26-10-5' 376-7535 leave message. 3-6-5-6
6 For Sale MF8am.430pm F 8 Properties 371-7777. 385.2

Great Deal: Spacious Apt Own bdr/ba/ Roundtrlp ticket from GVIIIe' to Charlotte,
7 Real Estate Reitz. Union., Cashier's OfficeM 2BD $$249 STUDIO $$109 "110 NW''IS 551 ((1' Swimming Pool, Tennis, Club House.. NC, $$150, Mar. '16-23, Call Kelly 373-
8 F 8 am 9 pm.. Sat noon 9 pm blk to UF) a '1222 NW 8 Av College Park Pets ok 'J250/mo/ NO DEP Call 3724683. 4187 39-8-6
Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm Properties' 411 NW '15th 3717777.. 3- Keep Trylngll 3-8-3-5

9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM '16-11-2' Black Jawa moped 4 .sale. Only 578 miles.
Oxford Manor: 2 F N/S/ to share Mstr bdr,
F., 8am- 430pm Runs bad. Good 4 parts. 395.7083 evenings -
10 Wanted ,1bd walk-In closet Village West Apts 800 .S170/mo 1 / & 1/4/ util.! I F N/S/ for own/bdr/ Ask for Randy. Best offer! 375.8
11 Services By Mall: NW 18 Av (take 9 St N from 16 Av) 37V' $$200/mo./ Wash/dry.. / Call 395-8103. 3-

Use forms appearing weeklyin 7777, 371.0251' Now or fall. 316112SUBLEASE 1255F BICYCLE, 24. Beach Cruiser, Mongoose

12 Typing Services the Alligator Sorry, no cash by 12 speed Like New, $$160, Ask For Jason
N/S/ Rmrnts. for summer. 2 bds avail.
3759031. 3.7.5.6MUST
mail MC, VISA checks
13 Wanted or only.
Help : 3bd/2ba/ apt Regency Oaks. Master' (un-

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: furn) $$190' 2nd bd (turn) $$175. Opt. for SELL) Sherwood ,140w amp, JVC

15 Payment by VISA or Mastercard 4 HOUSE/APT./ Fall 375-6250. 3-12-5-5 100w amp, MGT elec. crossover, 2.10'

Personals ONLY Five, dollar minimum. woofers., cu.I. spkr. box-mini truck,
16 Connections M-F8:30.4pm.F 8: 1 bdr apt. avail. March, walk to UF, 6 FOR SALE klngcb. everything. cheap. 3716704. 3-9-
$$239/unfurn./ or $$259/furn./ Call Tom 336-

17 Notices 1029 3-7-11-4' Alpine, Kenwood. Sony and 30 more FOR SALE Dresser In great condition
D How to correct
$$40. New computer desk $$60. Call Barbara -
18 Rides brands are all at our New Location! CarStereo
Sublet Mar-Apr Renewable* The Woods, 378-2883.. 3-7-4-6
Specialists 3215'$ NW 13 St. 372-
19 Pets .,.' cancel your ad: close to UF o... SW. ,1BR. ,1BA, Furnl! 1 2070. 4-30-75-6
pool f 267/mo/ tell 336-8036, 3722876. Nlshikl Prestige '10 0 .speed bike, 2yrs old,
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: 3.8-5.4 less. thin 200 miles Must Sell! asking.
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS !I. the oldest -
$$375.. call Tim at 336-4502. 3.6.561BWTV25.00Electric
Call 373 FIND Mon. Fn, 8 8.4 pm. best and d lowest priced ear stereo
No refund can be given. 2 bdr/1ba/ Apt. carpeted, fenced yd for tore In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St.
blank.I-'O.OO.' ,
pets avail 3/1/ $$220/mo/ in SW area Keymanagement 4-30-75-8 ,

Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors: 372-3060 ((9.5pm) 462-7299 TstrOven10001broiler5.00. ,' call 371-
9807 alter' 36.3.6GREAT
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. alter 5pm. 3-12-6-4 Rockford Foagate, Yamaha, Pioneer, 4pm.

Call 373.FIND with any corrections before Infinity, Kleker Code Alarm. The Beat r
PARTY BAR for sale) Bar and 2
noon.) THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY Spacious !bd/lb/ Living, eat-In kitchen, Car Stereo Installers. In 'town. Car, Stereo
Classifieds will begin TWO bar stools. Asking $$100 or best offer
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY dishwasher, ceiling fan, walk-In closet, to Go. 175-1834. 4-30-75-6
DAYS after they are placed. THE: AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor. pool, tennis and b-ball court, close to UF Please. call 373-0079. 3-6-3-6

Ads mailed In or placed at the rected ads will be emended one day $$299/mo./ 335.4388 or 378-6741' no deposit CAR ALARMS Installed remote control A/C/ FOR SAlEI! Sears 12.000 BTU. Only
3-9-5-4
Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits. can be given alter necessary. any car truck or van fully guaranteed will used. 2 mos. Now have central air-don't
placing the ad. Changes called in after demo. Call 336-9193 student message..
need. $$460 Now $$3501! Call 373-
THREE days to appear Ads Save $$100/mo/ at Oakbrookl New phase, 4-30-72-5 Org.
the first day will not be compensated
nice 2bdr/2ba/ ful turn, w/d/ micro. Have 0078. 3-6-3-6
for of
run length time
may any
Customer error or changes: own room for only $$290/mo./ Take over Car Alarms, Autopage. Chapman. Home Philadelphia
SPRING BREAK-R/T/ Airfare to
and be cancelled at time.
any lease. thru Aug. Great deall 335-2865. 3-
and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul, Sh.r.wood
Corrections must be made in person at from Tampa Mar2125.. $$158. 752-
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office., BEFORE NOON and more. We Beat. All Prices! 3061. 3956ComputerApple

for cancelled ads. There will be a $$2.00 correction fee 5 ROOMMATES 373-3754. 4-30-69-6

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Location. Walk to class ,1BR. 1BA, IBM Compatible WP 5.0 Laser Printer
Upstairs unit @ PARKSIDE Fully TOYOTA Corona '1978 auto 4dr, ps pb *SUNBELT MOVING* Typing reports business legal Legal, Medical Terminology, Reports, Papers .
equipped Owner financing 23500. a/c, stereo $850 oao 371-07'5.' 3-'12.5- Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies resumes cassettes transcribed Available* applications Thesis Call 378-2034. 8-13-10'12
JEFFERY E SIEGEL REALTOR 373 9 letters notary *etc
6063. 3.26.11.7 1.Item House full Local/Lng dlst Llc/lns. 24 hours/7 d.y./372.2777. 4-30-75-'12 QUICKSILVER
Priced for Studentsl Marty 375-MOVE. 4
82 FORD EXP automatic good condition
Oakbrook Condo. 2bd/2ba furn. ground dependable. $650 obo, call Robin Typing $1.00 pg. min. 500. Reports WORDPROCESSING24HRS17
floor poolside Take over payments or 338.'1419, 3.125.8Oldsmobll. *FREE* Theses. whatever Grad School P.T. List DAYS 378-6515'
make offer Eve 376 9743. 3-8.0.7 3739822 4-30.75-
WCS 9'7' NW 13th.
Pregnancy Test Put It In Writing. Fast accurate. reliable
Cutlass Clara LS '1082 4- Gainesville Women 12 service Masters In English will check
8 door Auto, ae, pb, am/fm 64000 miles, HEALTH CENTER 4936. Full spelling and edit 24 hra. 3731937 316
MOTORCYCLESanananx 330-
CENTERTyping
MICRO
$2200 or best offer 377.2957. 31479' 720 NW 23rd Avenue
starts &
8 self service) computing. Typing
Orange and Blue Insurance now coven 74 Datum 260z 4speed white/black int. 3775055ABORTION 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Self service 13 HELP WANTED
motorcycles! Low rates. low payments. runs well but needs some work good project ]. (To 24 Wks) resumes $2.50/hr 15/page Laser
sale rider discounts/ fast drive.thru service car. $'200. Call 376-0058 For details BIRTH CONTROL typeset graphics spell check theses CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The
377-2277. 312106 1259 Gynecology Services papers special characters employment Independent Florida Alligator. Must own
databases mallmerge training reliable van or pick-up truck and be available .
'1985 Honda XL600R ENDURO. excellent MOVING? WordPerfect specialist VIsa/MC 4-306512 from Sam until Bam Monday through
condition $1000. Great for school and 10 WANTEDLocal R..ourc.fuillud.nt w/ full size truck will Friday. Must have excellent driving record .
fun. Call John at 335.S444 (leave message beat any price In town 336.9461, 3-8-30. and valid Florida driver license Pay

). 3958 Artist needs: GOLD Gems. Class Typing/Word/ Processing Quality dependable per route plus mileage Apply at the Alligator !.
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie Fine Credit Card guaranteed acceptance. no service Reasonable rates Laser offices 1105 West University Avenue .
HONDA CX500 TURBO excel cond all Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30.75.10 security deposit write S. Marion 1100 printer 377.8175' til 9:00pm. 3.16-35.12TyplngWordprocesslng Ask for the route driver application
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service records, new batt fuel Injection Tudor Dr. Dept A.1. G'vllle. 32607. 3 8-
No calls, please Affirmative Action/Equal/
cruse $1500. call 335-9340 leave message Atlanta / WordPerfect
Want Eric Clapton ticket at Omni Opportunity Employer,
3.9.5.8 Good seat only. (not behind CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro 5.1, quality work, fast results low rates,
stage/2.miles away!) Call Jeanne at 373- DJ ..rvlc..t 375-8483. 371011' dependable personal service Tara 332- AVON 37S-8967
9 AUTOS 2351. 3.6.1.10 1469. 4.30.54.12 Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train.
*NEW TAX SERVICE* Benefits Insurance 4-30.75-'13
TLC for papers, projects theses,
Affordable rates, S5/FORM your
66 Honda CRX Sspd sunroof buy now
11 SERVICESNW Free consultationcall etc Pro wp Mac 2. laser! Graphics. sp EARN $35
cond. must
take good ,
or sell. 472 over-4041 payments. 3810.9 PAUL 372-5814' mornings 3-16-,14. chk., reasonable. nts, wknds. 373-9619' This week for new donors for 2 plasma
Mini storage at I.75 & NW 30ih Ave 3271012PickupDel' donations on our new automated machines .
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow near Oaks Mall area. 5 x 5to '10 x 20 from Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms Special bonus programs each
rates. low payments. fast drive-thru $20. 10% disc to students 332.8917' 4- 45 acres ring jumps TLC local' Typing and wordproc. near month. Free refreshments, free parking
.service se habla Espanol. 377.2277 call 462-5127' or 462.4311" 3161211DONT campus Dependable. quality service Experienced staff serving you since '1969
377CARS. We care 3.12.109 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol Call or atop by Gainesville plasma, 238
WAIT 3734484 3711-12, SW 4th Ave 378.9431 Mon.Frl 8-7 Sat.
1985 Cavalier Convertible. Black auto until midterms use PC Lab Learn WP, 8-2. 430.73.13P.ylng
Power everything; New stereo/cass. 1233 NW '10th Ave Lotus 123 dBase Now. Special Plans ORGANIC. TYPING LASER PRINTER
3726500 3.9.0.' WPS ENGLISH GRAD ed Iproofspellno $125 to persons w/lnfected cuts
great condo $5000. Call 338.3828. 365 372 '1664
9 MCVISAlnsuranceFree cholesterol Ripp 3763649. 3-28- scrapes, or other Injuries to be on ant biotic .
Pregnancy Test ONE STOP DENTISTRY 2012 study Blood test required Call 331'

1978 TOYOTA CORONA Station Wagon. Member Accepting new pts emerg 5379 4-3-20-13
Original Owner Excellent Condition National Abortion Federation Adult cleaning $28, child $18
$11 00. 376.7535 leave message 365 ((4)Wisd) tee $325 ((3)Wisd) tee $250,
9 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? ((2)Wlsd) tee, $200
Get confld.ntlalt..tlng and treatment at Nitrous Oxide Accept Me, V, AE
PLYM RELIANT 1986 GOOD CONDITION PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4- Valid only with coupon up to(4)( ) people DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
PHONE 377-6463 30.75.11 H.T. Gonsoulln DOS 372.9521
$3600 OBO. 3649 by Trude !Michel Jaffe
AAA STORAGE English for Foreigners Tutor for Individuals
VW Jetta GLI 1985 4.door, 5.speed. Close to UF, Convenient or small groups Female with 15 yrs ACROSS 5 Extreme degree 38 the kitty 48 Parts of a
30mpg great shape inside/out/ dependable 4x4x4 $15/mo International experience 375.6781'. 3- 1 Family car 6 Offshoots 39 Variety of harness
sporty transportation $4900 obo 4x8x8 $25/mo 6 "- Isn't t so" 7 Jai orange 50 Archaelogical
(Mark) 3739883. 3-7-5-9 533 SW 2nd Ave. 3771771' TYPING 11 Actress Dawber 8 Tibetan beasts 41 Laundry worker areas

4307511 14 Court champion of burden 42 Prevaricate 51 of Man
Toyota T.rc.111181. good shape. lots of 12 SERVICESYOU 15 Location 9 Sabres' surface 44 Before way or 53 Real estate
mileage left $1000' call 377-2263. evenings -
best MUST SEE. 3740 ** GATOR MOVING ** 16 "Quincy" actor. 10 Canopies where 54 Fencing blade

Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- WRITE, WE TYPE Robert 11 Dessert choice 45 Family pet 55 Singe
67 VW Beetle 'factory sunroof good restoration Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves/ Long dls Business Legal Personal' Reports 17 Large tremors 12 "...or nothing 46 Self-esteem 58 de cologne
project. Doesnt run. Rusted but Llc/lns Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30.75.11 Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. 19 Musician need -" 47 Word in amarriage 59 African
complete $125 call after 6pm 375.6601 Q'vllle Handicapped Typing 20 Snick.a.- 13 Eel vow antelope
don't I miss It. 3749 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 378-7179. 21 Author Leon 18 Part of a test:
woodier facilities *
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1982 Pontiac J-2000, 78.000 miles auto, hay rides parties sales working TYPING Near Butler Plaza Fast, Service 22 H...bloom In Abbr. ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
a/c nice clean car, good mpg $1400 obo, students accepted 466-3224. 3758080. 1.25 double pace. Call 373-8387, thesprlng 23 Siamese B A l D A III C IE. R I liS K
call 335-5296. 3639 "" 24 Small deer measure 0 B 0 f E I 8 A R A I 8. E DIE I

26 Positively 25 Faithful WIN I 8 8 H 0 R T SIT 0 R l
88 Pontiac Grand.Am excellent condition 27 Escargots 26 Caddoan
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low mileage $1500 plus take overpayments \Y or 30 Female adviser Indians LEGS ERN .IT II l E 5

336.0011 or 372.3136. 395- et Q I 32 Man on the 27 Cut: Scot. W E IT 8 tannin.. .

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82 TOY SUPRA deluxe model, looks and d 33 Takes off 29 Church area CAN I TO. l ASE 0 N E
runs great Alpine CD Ungo remote 34 Extinct bird 30 Senior QHD0Q. PER 8. nnnn

alarm full maint r.c. full power ace, 37 Donkey In 31 Will of'TheWaltons 0 R E. nnmna. nmnnn

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1980 Chevy Citation good condition reliable 49 Calhoun of the t 1 1
transportation 4-door. $900 OBO.
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ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER Hospital at the University of FlorIda Arby Roast Beef: Now accepting applications Counselors: Camp Wayne, Co-ed BE ON T.V. many needed for commerclals .
CAMPS MASS Counselor Position for' has the following' part.time petitionsavail for full' and part-time help Apply children's Camp, Northeastern Pennsyl- Now hiring all ages For casting
program specialists: Team Sportt Tennis : 81 Arby Roast Beef: 1405 SW 13th Sir vanla 6/22/ -8/21/ Great opportunity for Inlo Call 615-779.7111 Ext T235. 36
Performing' Arts; Waterfront' Inquire: No Phone Calls Pleatel 3125.13 personal growth! Specialty Counselors
I. Mah.Kee.N.cBoyi( ), 190 Linden Ave Secretary ((1pm-5pm. M.F) requires 45 needed for: Tennis. Swim, Sail, Basketball CRUISE SHIP JOBS. Stewarts,
Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeeglrli( ), 16 CWPM, 2yrs secretarial experience; word Publicity Assistants needed for Rec Volleyball, Soccer, Gymnastics, Aerobics Stewarteis, Maintenance Earn top dollar .
Horseneck Road, Montvllle NJ 07045. processing' and data entry experience Sports Oept Greet experience for PR Nature Camping Guitar, Batic guaranteed openings Call now for
Please call 1-800.776.0520. 4-16.48.13 major! Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call Sculpture Ceramics Painting, PrintmakIng summer emp 1.800-926-8447extC1188.
Receptionist ((8am.1pm. M.F) and 3820581 3125.13 Photography, Drama, Piano, Group
Summer Jobs Outdoori Over 5,000 ((12:30pm.5pm. M-F) requires 35 CWPM, Leaders General, R.N.'., Nurses Aid,
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EOE Summer Waves Waterpark on beautiful SCREEN TV PLUS RAISE$*$ PC Lab. 17 ST. lUnlv. 372-6500.
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SW 4th Ave Students welcome 38.5.13Summ.r secretarial duties 10-20 hrs per week food service, merchandising, admissions Objective: Fundraiser INVESTMENT CLUB
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CAMP GREENVILLE located In the Blue 10b.ln 32'0521111(800)IISO-8472, exL 10
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GATORSfrom page 20 Swimmers among the bestPreliminary Poole gets honor


we've gone through have broughtus Vincent for the NCAA championships
rankings Monday after this Dady qualified
UF freshman basketball player Stacey
a lot closer than what we were. past weekend's action show three UFwomen's Sunday, competing in time trialsof Poole on Monday was named the Southeastern
that help in the future
Maybe can us the 1990 Florida in Or-
swimmers and one relay team are Championships
Conference's Rookie of the Week for
,and we can become more likea lando.
rated best in the nation.AROUND .
instead of individuals. action from Feb. 26 to March 4.
family
Elsewhere...
DeVoe, who announced Tues- At Athens, Ga., the No. 2 Georgia men's Poole,a 6-foot-6 forward from Jacksonville,
day he will not apply for the per- tennis team defeated UF 6-3 Monday. The led the Gators with 22 points in the Gators'
manent coach's position, agreed. SPORTS Bulldogs clinched the victory in singles play, upset of 15th-ranked Louisiana State last
where Bruce Haddad was the only UF win Tuesday, and paced UF with 18 points in a
"When these freshmen become ner..After going 1-2 last week,the UF baseball loss to Alabama on Saturday.
seniors and they're complementedby UF's No.1 list:Kristen LSnehan in the 100- team dropped nine places and stands at
other people who come into the and 200-meter backstroke, Julie Gorman in No.27 in the latest Collegiate BaseballESPNpoll. Overall,Poole was 19-for-38 shooting from
these guys are going to the 200 butterfly,Whitney Hedgepeth in the .Wichita State ((8-0)) is No. 1,followed by the field. He also grabbed 10 rebounds and
program be butt-kickers. It will take a few 200 freestyle and UFs 400 individual medley Florida State ((14-2)) and Miami ((15-2)). made three assists.

years, but it will all come, togetherfor team. Compiled from Alligator staff and wire ,,- ALLIGATOR STAFF
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fans have I Season was 'nightmare9 for Gators I IBy



ideas for since losing Schintzius."It's The result? Before the two players left,
own MIKE DAME been a nightmare,but you just haveto UF was 6-5. In their absence, the Gators

Alligator Staff WriterIt go on,"said Garcia,now one of only four lost 14 consecutive games before snappingthe

was billed as Midnight Madness, UF's Gators remaining from last season's SEC streak with a 76-63 upset victory over

hoops squadIt first official basketball practice session of champion team. "You can't just sit back 15th-ranked Louisiana State last Tuesday.

the 1989-90 season. Some 5,000 crazed and think about all that stuff. "It's a bad feeling," Davis said. "Last

Gators fans turned out to see their return- "Some situations you just worry about, year, we were winning we were the
was a fitting end to an unfitting season. ing heroes Dwayne Schintzius, Livingston and some situations you just have no con- champs. This year we thought about

The fans,who managed to stay to the end Chatman, Dwayne Davis, Renaldo trol over.This year,we had a lot of players NCAA Final Four and the Top 10 at the

of the Alabama game, gave the UF basket- Garcia begin their quest for a second that were affected by some decisions our start, but things just happened. It just
ball team a standing ovation as it left the consecutive Southeastern Conferencecrown. teammates made,and you just have to live messed up everything."

t O'Connell Center court for the final time this with it and keep playing. You can't give UFs veterans aren't the only ones who
season. Norm Sloan could see the potential. up. It's a part of life." have suffered through the unimaginableturn

And it didn't go unnoticed,at least by the With his first look at that veteran UF team, Since Sloan's departure, the team liter- of events. Six newcomers joined the

players who gave solid effort despite the ranked No. 23 in The Associated Press' ally has fallen apart Several players were Gators program this season with the prom-
adversity they faced. preseason poll, the coach knew his squad bitter over the way the coaches' resigna- ise of continued greatness and national

"It's unbelievable. That made me feel had the ability to repeat as SEC championand tions were handled by the athletic admin- exposure.

great," Stacey Poole said. "We didn't ask to possibly reach the NCAA istration,and Schintzius and Chatman did Instead, they were a part of one of the

lose 14 games but I don't think some people Tournament's Final Four. not show up for DeVoe's first practice worst teams in school history,and the only
looked at it that way. Every time we steppedon But Father Time has been cruel to the session foreshadowing the crippling exposure they received was of the negative
the court, we gave our utmost. I guess Gators since that first practice Oct. 15: events that lay ahead for UF. variety.

that doesn't satisfy some people." Sloan and his staff resigned under Chatman left the team for an indefinite "It's been difficult," freshman guard
Oct. 31.Sophomore. "mental burnout"and
pressure period Jan.14,citing
Hosie Grimsley said. "It seemed like the
forward Kelly McKinnonleft nagging knee his
problems as reasons.
Stuffier first day I stepped here the had
the team Nov. 29 for "personal rea- That same day, Schintzius involved him- newspaper
that had been in the
HOPSCOOPYes sons." He has since transferred to Jack- self in a fraternity party incident that things going wrong
the second week of
past. Then, after practice
sonville University. landed him an indefinite suspension from
Chatman and Schintzius quit the the team. the coaching staff got fired, and that
took lot of the whole It's
really a out team.
Stacey, Gators fans are hard to sat- squad in January under the tenure of in- He quit the team Jan. 25 after feuding been real hard."
isfy. Just ask interim coach Don DeVoe. He terim coach Don DeVoe. with DeVoe over his "lobster"hairdo, say-
And the once-mighty team dropped a he would The events of the season have left many
knows. He listened to the boos and took the ing not"sail under the authorityof
school-record-tying 14 consecutive Ahab." asking"what if,"but Garcia said there are
threatening calls to his home. games Captain
no ifs about it
The fans rattled DeVoe to the point where
"I think could have the SEC
he doesn't want to be coach next year. But we won
the new coach shouldn't fear the orange and again with the team we had at the begin-
t ning of the year," Garcia said. There's no
blue td
masses flooding the O'Dome next sea- ID
d doubt in my mind. But that's somethingyou

son.Not all the fans,at least not the ones sittingin never know, and this is the team we
the reserved section behind the UF bench have now, this is the team of the future,

Saturday, thought DeVoe deserved the and hopefully" we can rebuild this pro-

abuse. All one has to do is ask, because one gram.
constant remained the same this season Despite the horrid season UF has en-

the fans always have a opinion.So }C&4; dured, the Gators themselves see the ex-

was DeVoe treated fairly this season? .ds perience as possibly a blessing in disguise.
( bs DeVoe, although not by choice, has
"I think DeVoe's done about as good as
started three freshmen in the second half
he could "
do with material that he had, Steve
of the season along with juniors Garcia and
of Gainesville
Berryhill said."But he neededto
Davis, providing them with invaluable ex-
give them a chance to win.We need a top
coach and we don't need to spare the ex- perience at an early age.
"This year can be a real helpful year for
pense. the coming years," freshman guard Scott
But not everyone agrees. Sylvia Atwood Stewart said."If all of us stick together and
knew exactly what type of coach the Gators
stay here and fight it out, our hearts are
need.
going to be hard as rocks next year.
"We need a fresh young coach, someone "I'm not happy that things went like they
the town would get behind," Atwood said. did,because I wanted to be on a successfulteam
"We need somebody brand new, someone
a winning team. But there are no
not known around here."
regrets for me coming here. The thingssee
, But the best suggestion of the day came KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -AlLIGATOR
from Peggy Saieed, who said the Gators Newcomers like Hosle Grimsley were counted on as starters this season.fathers' Gatorc, page 19

need to get an established coach.

"Maybe Jim Valvano,"she said."We needto

keep the excitement around here." death leaves Loyola tentativeUnited I

Didn't Norm Sloan come from'North Carolina

State also? Press.. InternationalLOS been determined Gathers had suffered the Roman Catholic university, operated by

EN heart problems before. the Jesuit order."I .
ANGELES-Teammates of Loyola Conference
officials announced they
don't if don't another
The college basketball world suffered a Marymount basketball star Hank Gathers, would offer the bid to Loyola, the league's this "care we play game
who
said strug-
guard Jeff Fryer,
year
k tragic loss Sunday when Loyola the top pro prospect who died during a game regular-season champion. of
gled for words. "We lost part
just a great
Hank Gathers died Sunday, postponed decision whether
Marymount's Sunday a on
Coach Paul Westhead met with his
play- our family. Before the in the locker
from an apparent cardiac arrest The effectsare they will continue their basketball season before game
ers holding an emotional half-hour room, Hank said he was feeling strong as
felt around into the NCAA Tournament
being the nation,even on the without their conference
UF squad."It stricken superstar. news Monday on campus. ever. We just don't understand how a man
"The fact that we haven't made a decision that could be that strong could leave us so
was really sad to see him lose his life," Gathers,the llth-leading scorer in NCAA (about the NCAA Tournament) is becausewe quickly."

'Il. guard Renaldo Garcia said. "It goes to show history, collapsed Sunday during the semi- haven't raised the question," Westheadsaid.
that you have to value your life and be finals of the West Coast Conference tourna- "If the question was, would the team Gathers averaged 29 points and 10.8 re-

thankful for what you have because a lot of ment and died at a hospital without play today or tomorrow or in three days, we bounds a game this season.He was expectedto
times you" don't know what the future holds regaining consciousness. He was 23. wouldn't play.Our concern right now is with be a high choice in the upcoming NBA

for you. The WCC Tournament, the winner of Hank and his family." draft.

Some Gators tried to remain philosophical. which receives an automatic bid to the Flags on campus were flown at half-staff, Last season, he became only the second

NCAA Tournament, was canceled after and classes went on as scheduled.A sign on player in NCAA history to lead the nation in
"I just felt like it was his time to go,"Poole Gathers was pronounced dead at 9:55: p.m. the door of the gym at Gersten Pavilion said, scoring ((32.7)) and rebounding ((13.7)). His
said. "Luckily, he left doing what he loved EST at Daniel Freeman Marina Hospital. "Hank We Love You." A mass was held at final dunk gave him 2,222 points in his
and that was playing ball." Although an official cause of death had not the Sacred Heart Chapel on the campus of career.


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thie 1IndepvtedI'lI t i d( r ---Not diK Iy sl.Qci,~d ;Ilh Ihe Jnesi F l VOLUME 83, NUMBER 117 -uMi r C r n -, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1990 A look into Hare Krishna life.5 Indian musician comes to UF.12 President faces challenge of hurdling athletic woes J Ths s the second of a 5-part series examining the issues facing President John Lombardi as he leads UF into a new decade By RONALD DUPONT JR. Alligator Writer LIF President John Lombardi began his teaching career in Venezuela, surrounded by countries where leaders receive threat ending letters, are booed by masses of people and are hung in effigy. Now Lombardi is at UF. His situation hasn't changed much Thanks to an ongoing sports scandal that probably grabbed more headlines than any other athletic scandal of the 1980s, Lombardi isentering a university where this shadow of wrongdoing looms over everythng else Just ask former interim UF President Robert Bryan, who had to deal with the brunt of the controversy when he traveled to out-of-state professional conferences. I know faculty go off to their professional meetings and get (verbally) beaten up and punched around" Bryan said. Bryan tells stories of receiving hastily scrawled letterswritten in huge handwriting -letters calling for his immediate resignation and the firing of Ath. letic Director Bill Arnsparger He tells the story of attending a UF football game, only to see a plane flying over head w A I ketball ith a trailing banner (hat made lun of Arnsparger And then there were the headlines. Articles in 7he New York Times, USA Today and every newspaper in Florida heralded UFs problems from one NCAA investigation to another, from allegations of players betting on games to taking drugs, from the resignations of the football and basketball coaches to the muchpublicized infighting on the hasteam Even as late as last month, an effigy of interim basketball coach Don DeVoe was hung outside a student apartment house across (lie street from the 0)Connell Cnter just before a game later, lDeVoia Nid he is so disliked that he has to have a patp olficer escort his wife to hlame gaimitWith Irmibardi now at IF, (he criucism of both DeVoe and Arnsparger could get even worse, Bryan said 'There will bes'nrm people ha will thick now that a new president has conic aboard. it will be lime to call for fill\ resigincon," Bryan said Arnsparger sond it wouldn't be apprnprnate for him to speculate about what Imbardi may be told But he did say he has met with limbardt several times :in( understands the new president's goals see Athletics, page C At Sink or swim North Miami Beach water polo player Paul Bechkazie, left, comes up against Mike Greenwald of Miami during Sunday's Gator Spring International at Florida Pool. Miami won 16-12 over North Miami Beach, State schools share parking problems By LIE FISHER Alligator Writer Many of Us 26,000 student drivers have parking horror stories about paying almost $50 each to compete for 17,500 parking spots. But their tales might not be as bad as those from other Florida universities. Florida Leadermagazinegave its 1990 "Best Reason Not to Drive On Campus" tto the University of Central Florida, where about 26,000 faculty and students fight for 4,300 paved parking spaces. Faculty pay $36 and students pay $18 for a year-long decal. But UCFs Parking and Traffic Manager Ina Carpenter said students legally can park in about 3,000 temporary, unpaved parking spaces. *The problem is there aren't enough spaces close to the places where people want to go, Carpenter said. At the University of South Florida, students are fighting a 200-percent increase in parking decal fees this sees, ter The current proposal from USFs Space Committee is to increase decal fees $10 this year, raising the cost to $50. The proposal also states the increases will continue until 1994 to a temporary maximum level of $80. The extra revenue will be used to build an see Parking, Page 4 Lombardi says a balanced UF is top priority By JUDY A. PLUNKETT Alligator Staff Writer UF President John Inrmbardi took office Monday, saying his biggest concern won't be dealing wah rth letics but will be balancing the school' research, teaching and service I will try to make sure all of us are working on lhowe threeitemsat the same tinend a tChe sure intensity," Lombardi said at a news conference Monday. He said UFs athletic problems are well on their way to being resolved, and changes in the athletic administration's staff, including the sarch for a new basketball coach, are ongoing Another item that will require his time is the recruitment of more minority faculty, students and staff, [mbardi said. "You can't have in appropriate represeinitaion ot minorities without making ail effort," he said "The university must be able to welcome every member of which it is a part." lmbardi said recruiting is a step toward solving UIls racial tensions, problems that have been pubhI cized recently when several students formed a white rights group that is opposed to Affirmative Action The organization is tryIng to become a registered student group, and although it has received much opposition from other campus groups, Lombard, said he believes it has the right to form. But he added that doesn't mean he agrees with the group or its purpose 'I an not enthusiastic about the group's agenda, as I understand it, he said. Lombardi said several universities similar to ips size and makeup are experiencing racial problems among their students, and added he believes UFs situation is better than many other campuses. lie scheduled a meeting Monday afternoon with members of the Black Student Union to find out their concerns. BSU President Roxy Oliver said she believes Lombardi is being proactive rather than reactive by taking the initiative to talk to black students. "It went well in that we got the opportunity to meet him so he could hear some of the issues directly facing black students," Oliver said. "I think it's a good sign see Lombardi, page 7 LA "%I F of *at,, 4 ~~-. AOPl

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POLICE BLOTTER J Gainesville man killed in car crash I I i vet IId Gainesville [mdn told shortly altri 'uvimg ill, the b. k hi I gisine tinker on Slair Rlad 121 1te lbiursday rughi I Horida llghwaiv Iu te .[T' pokt-silan stiff HIarrold ( termen Voyle drove his 1986 Pontia ilo I I baL k cIt a 108 Mack tanker 1 r-lloi shortly bihre II p i IHP spokesman i I James MICIellan saicd I lankers driver, larl Sidney Jordan, 49, stopped f rhe northbound center lane at the intersection of sR 121 and Southwst 20th Avenue When the light turned green, Voyers aIr crash( into the tanker's right side No gasoline leaked irol the tanker and lhf dii *Js no hurt No passengers wr in either of lovh Iles, I rooper Rchard Core said No charge. were iled igirnst Jordan, but Vore said oy le had been drinking lIood tests are being Lon lui ill todeltrrine whethirVole was driving under rhe mntlucenice. \1 c ilt-an said J Man arrested after brawl with canine (,ii~rlcI~t police rested I20,year old Gre I t I i i fit ed r prohatio t I tTri Sat rday night iter breakmig I loIttlc Over a po ie cnime's t ('ad, a (:1tVIIIe file, s;Mk'sman sid Rkky Keith Robinson was lound by Glintsvillt coli'eand Ala hua Cotnty ShelTi ofillers t ac, iuiiy', 741 N W $ih se home at about I) p i Gainsville police Sgt George Johniiun said When he ofllicers tried to arrest Robinson, nemibers of his family AIShed them away while Robisain umIpedil out I "aidow. Johnson said Afterarrestmigthree faily mmtrbers,aGaiesville poh O'ahterbrought oneol the menbersaiveut, bat k it Northwest eighth Sroee Johnson said Me officer saw Robinson go inside the house and called for otheroffiters, includig pIkeamnr Thor Wfien the officers tried again to arrest Robinson, he threatened the offiers and lie tanme wah a bottle AN hor approached, Robison hit him in the head with the bottle, picked him up by hejaw anddangled himin theair Robinson struggled with officers before police arrested him. Johnson said Thor was examined at [IF's veterin ary school, but (1<(1 not require hospitalh/aton, Johnson said Rohi,soin, who had bites front 'hor on both hands cid arms, was treated at Alachua General Hospital ai taken to the Alachna Countyjail, where he was being held Monday on $27,500 bond -MIKE BRISCELL WHAT'S HAPPENING Welcome: [ht official sAtudent wekcomo telibration for F PrI (i'111 Joum ljmbardc will be trday it 12 3 to the 'itl ('non North I u bardi wiIl address soudi nts at 1 I Call 392 1691 Nicaragua. Observers of the Sedraguan election will report on the event today at 4 at the Catholic Student Center Call 392-037S Doubles: Recreational sports is sponsoring a Men's and Women's Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament beginning March 13 Register by ud.iy in Ilorida Gym Room 211 Call Crns Schnitzer, 392 0581 SHOT: The Student Health Outrih Team will meet today at 5 in RliI. 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V 'SDAY, MA( H 6, I'M AIGAMl RI Committee picks replacement for Senate vacancy By DEBBIE CENZIPER Meyer said last week that not 12603, 32605, 12606 and 3260)9 people who showed up loi inter tooing 1p Alligator winter enough people knew about the Iese zip codes included parts of views Sunday night were black stu Kp Alpha Psi a bla( k brat I opening and he wanted to ensure the Student Ghetto and Fraternity dents. Meyer had sent a letter Feb I rai Student Senate's Replacement the vacancy was properly pubiRow 22 to i iudent organizations urg'ga aid Agenda Committee filled a vatLiSenateseatSunday night with oneof the two original applicants, despite their one-week delay in hopes of Informing more minority students about the opening. Senate President Andrew sized before the committee voted Meyer also said he hoped black students would apply for senate positions because there are no black senators The seat was available to any UF student who lived in zip codes R&A voted Sunday night to rec ommend freshman ChrisGerardy, a Phi Gamma Delta fraternity member The committee will present its recommendation tonight in the Senate meeting Meyer said none of the four blaik students II gel involved iII Student (v'rnmn i 'I really wanted to try to have fair represectaion iii Senate,' Meyer said 'I would have liked to have seen blacks apply for the seat, but there will be other chances knetW abOUt the open stenale svat Kappa Alpha P[i bother David H ayes said he ienoned the va Aant Senate stat to members last week, but the fraternity was heovIly involved with special vtits See Seat. page 14 Programs to focus on drug use By ELIZABETH CLARME Alligator Writer Organizers of National Collegiate Drug Awareness Week hope to make students think about what they're doing when they decide whether to lst dtugs "te biggtest problems is students tist drugs on A
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ELSEWHERE unification Ito Sll S, Fitlgiiux l (I PI) it [ o poip loiur" Oft ; Germian uyi will begn this week woth Hioal Iiks btt th Ae tco Griays, ind the (lor 1 1IkTni,s Allies o Worl W. [I joining next week, Itost Gvrmnany's forvig~n miuistcr said Monday Previouiy it was believed the talks would not begin tiliil ilter the March 18 elevtis in Isi Geritany West German I-oreign Miniser Hans [ietrich Gors( her said Fast and West Girmany will niert at ilo%JlIl"nd level oi iicai later this week, and Ie Big I Our allies -Brituin, Irance, the United Lvs IInd iti \lVOet Uion -will tin the talks next (.scher, tendingg ineeig ot European CoiIulity foreign nlilisters s:ud the iiieinngs would be Ih I IIrs[t It 1.1 lalks (Pn Gt rmlan 11m1 it 11e [1 icnte I Ie tho pliisfour' pro.s .u was egiablshed mit OCtawa;last mould Ite lid not give further details, but I spoktsran for the Lt president Later sid representatives of the two (errnanys WonIl ( et I Friday. followed by extended lIaks with the Big Four o i Mart h I I [li I ast (riall tie ws agen y sa.ndi he e.irly talks I (,t rumanI I licalTo I wiI ld forte pistponIlemeIIt of a Nluch 17 hniig of tilt Warsaw Pact shedtiled fo I'T.gue, ki hosinaKla, at lesojt until late II the German Lithuanian nationalists sweep elections talks to begin tBritih F urcigniS& N reIr [)tga lomIs, wh at tended a privaie bieling by (esn her for Ciuetg itinsters, sold tIe "two pluI four" alk. would beginm soon, but also gave no detans flurd mit earlier with NAIlO Setretary (Orral Mired Woerner, and lhe two agreed in the dlsarabilty"ofanearlyApnweiingofNAT( foreign ministers on German unification, but no datew 1s sit, said a spikesNolian for Britaii's NATO delega in In the restruted session with foreign moi sters, Genscher sought to reassure IC and NATO partners they would be consulted on all aspects of German Inification, according to FIurd and Belgian Foreign Minister Mark hyskens Since the Ottawa ieet ig.several NA' 0 countri-s, notably Italy and Hilland, haveexpressedconce(n over being left out of the "two-plus-four" process Hurd said, however, "there was no repeiion today of the complaints, the unticisnis that were raised I think we felt we were being kept in the picture '. EC heads of state will meet in Dublin, Ireland, oil April 28 1in a special su i mit to di scutss German Ini fica I ton the leaders had been scheduled to meet next in June, but decided to hold an extraordinary session when the pace owarid German unity heated up $100 OFF C Ig outbaCl $4.95 $37ZY & Salad :oIPONi 11:0am -2:0 pm Monday-Friday Inside Holiday Inn University Center u Corna of 3 Street 0I & University Avenue a msu-.e M ( W t % I I 1) ILit Iu Ia ii n utis Iatilc liIst mOVtInm iverwliniig'y thnehI controll of the, I iipIc reIuIbT s 'IrhIani t innu I iffv titt nt, stttIig up d confroiton %itl lisC over independence, oficial results Nhowel Molay Pit 01fiulol news aet V lass, ruickly repitrting il reuls ot lite run ott eieons held Sunday. said I's Iite sIJU(Isandiales wer-cteTd, whihadded (I I he 70 lIion allsts Li l led lIe 2 1i 1 he frst round ill latest whi gives Oudidats backed by the At mlpendnce Sihs imovemloii 88 seats, or a TImeriiy o the il ninbor legislature Defense advocates fores WAMIIINCTON (UP -leading Housedefense dA'ites said Monday the Budget Committee will demand at least $8 billion in Pentagon budget cuts, a Tigure the Arny's top general satod wouldd be devastatoIg Ili Budget Comittee Tuesday will hearfrom Rep. Les Aspin, 1)-Wis chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, on how much of the proposed defense budget should be approved, and both Aspin and Rep Marvin Irath, 1)-rexas, who serves on both panels, said the cuts could be large "None of us like to play the 'what if game," said Leath in asking Gen. Carl Vuono, the Army's chief of staff, what the upact of additional cuts would be. "It would be devastating to us," said Vuono, whose service might have to absorb as much as half of the cut. "You would be back to fracturing the force." ie proposed Pentagon budget totals$306 9 billion, with actual spending or "outlays" of $3039 billion, with $11 9 billion of that for nuclear weapons programs at the Energy Department, meaning Pentagon spending alone under Leath's figure would fall from a budgeted PARKING from page 1 $18 million parking garage, the student newspaper, the Oracle, reported An animal research lab being built at Florida State University is taking the place of one of the biggest student parking lots, FSU Parking Service Business Manager Angela Gafkins said FSU's 27,000 students and 5,000 faculty members share 7,100 parktIg spots There's a lot of construction going on," Galkins said We're losing spaces everyday It's getting s far.I toseals e lit% been filled in the woel tu ns I further balling is set for Marth 7and 8for the Other 25 seats, bilt ss said that the "Sajdis already controls alimst two-thirds of the seats A spokesman for the movement, DaJis Greetlbergas, said the legislators are planning to gather for the first session of the new Parliament on March 11, the (lay before t (olgress of Peoples Deputbs meets Im Moscow At that Congress session, ]'resident Mkhil Gorba hev is expected to reveal his plan for a nechaniism that would allow republics like lithuania to secede ec large budget cuts $292 billion to $284 billion Personnel accounts would suffer hardest under heavy cuts because most of the money in those accounts is spent each year. while only asmall amountofthe amount authorized foraweapons system often is spent in a year Under the congressional budget process, the Budget committees of the House and Senate set overall spending levels, and the Armed Services committees then write defense authorization bills to parallel those figures. Defense Appropriations subcommittees for each chamber then write legislation dealing with actual spending for the Biscal year. Vuono also said that the Army is working on plans for use it necessary trying to cut back its force by 35,000 slots a year over five years after 1991 -the budget now under consideration -and that drawing down the force any faster could leave units undermanned and readiness suffering. The conventional arms control talks in Europe now envision the United States reducing its European force by about 80,000 positions over three years, but Aspin said politics may demand a far faster reduction to be a crunch." The main problem at the University of Miami isn't the $50 for a decal, said Yvette Velez, a UM Public Safety Parking Department employee and full-time student It's that UM students who live on campus want to park right by their class, where the commuter lots are, she said Velez said campus residents could use UM's park-and-ride service with four Club Limo Shuttle Buses that stop at the park-andrde area every seven minutes Craig Vann, UFs Student Traffic Court chief justice, said finding a parking space here is just a matter of planning to get to campus early or using UF's Park-and-Ride. Capt John Beck, University of North Florida Deputy Director of Police and Public Safety, said UNF's parking situation isn't as bad as UF's "You can walk anywhere on campus within five minutes, Beck said about Jacksonville's 100-acre main campus. UNF has a total of 2.788 parking spots, shared by 7,900 students and 500 faculty members. Both students and faculty pay $20 for a one-year parking decal. 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TUESDAY, MARCH 6. I99). ALJGAToR. 5 SPIRITS IN A MATERIAL WORLD jai~ PHOTOS UY kiCIN WiVNIf WKi Top left, Although women and children usually remain in the rear of the temple during programs, these young girls still take part in the service. The statue "Karma," above, can be found in the Krishna temple. A devotee, bottom left, reads from Shaktivedanta's book of philosophy and chants in the temple room Hare Krishnas devote lives to le By KAREN MEYERS Alligator Writer Yadaupriya devi dast brought a piece of wholesome cake to a guest who visited the Hare Krishna house When a crumb dropped from the plate onto the shiny, barewood floor, Yadaupriya fell to her knees, wiped away the crumb and kissed the floor with her arms outstretched To Yadaupnya. the renovated fra termly house is a temple. Hare Krishnas consider them selves spiritual people in a world of materialism. They devote their lives to learning and wake up at 4 each morning to chant and greet deities "I didn't chant for the first six months of my faith as a Hare Krishna,"Yadaupriya said,"Everyone told me it would change my life when Idid ITheywereright Afterchanting, I never fell the same Every morning they offer food on an altar and ask Knshna, their pod, to enter a statue so they can worship him in material form Afterward they separate to perform their assigned daily duties Some clean the temple, while others prepare ice, steamed vegetales and soybean "veggae balls" for students who gather for lunch at the Plaza of the Americas and for people who arrive at theircenteron Northwest 14th Street "The real reason people in the arning, worship world are suftermig is because h-re is a lack of spiritual learning," said jyotir Dhama. who lives
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SAIJOPAIOR. rIO NAY. NA I OPINIONS This you can do Fle Great Hunting Gound That's what one graduate -tudent dubbed the O'Connell Center parking lot Tlies going to be a homicide out there one lay. I swear Taking laps around clogged parking areas is not a lot of fn. just ask the folks who get frustrated enough to fitr around and go home. Blowing off class may solve the immediate aggravation, but there is a more responsille solution take better advantage of available parking, even if it is a bit farther away There are always spots available at the Park-and-Ride lot onMuseum Road, according to Student Traffic Court L hief Justice Craig Varn. Buses from there run fairly frequently, though there is no doubt that more buses need to stop at more places more often If the lucrative Traffic Court forked over some cash to niprove the bus system, parking spots in the interior of campus could be eliminated. And getting rid of those spots would be a good step towards banning campus trafFic during peak hours, And when you get rid of traffic, you prevent a few accidents Simple, right' Despite what some "suits' in ITigert lall say, requesting vendors to drive through campus only early or late in the day i5 possible. James Johndrow, assistant director of business and financial services, said the vendors do a pretty good job of servicing the machines at Tlington Hall and the libraries as early as possible That makes sense. Having to weave through hundreds of students at noon just makes their job harder. But for the vendors who aren't so conscientious, a restriction is in order. Johnson said UF could include such restrictions in the contracts it has with vendors Sounds like a good Idea to us With all the construction going on, walking or bikng across campus is even more dangerous, Add those cranes and machinery to all the service vehicles zooming around, and students become an endangered species. So what should be done? Permit only emergency vehicles, buses and Infirmary patients to drive on Carnpus. Improve the bus system and create more periphery parking so that students don't need their cars on campus at alt Yeah, we know it gets hot in Gainesville and a 15minute walk is tough, but sitting in a hospital bed with a broken collar bone or fractured leg is even worse Everyone will agree student safety is important. And since we all agree on that, its time we agree on some solutions. Parking in front of the Computer Science building in a last-minute, desperate effort to make it to class in time for a midterm is not a solution for anybody -even the lucky joe who gets the spot. alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Letters Policy Letters to that dor stsoud not eceed 200 words (about one &bIO page) They should be Type doubi.spaced a-d sgned rTh.y houl oclude a tpd nt m. addres, and t ghon'. nure,, Nat., wajil M withi if se n iar shows Just &uSe If you hav. any Questions call tar Wd~ool Met edito, at 3151658S Un ol ~ 1OMAEIW ) 2 a I 1 1L U 9XK! "t4111 SI Personality is rainbow-colored When I was growing up on the east coast of Central Florida, a black couple lived across the street from me and they had a son my age We were good friends for a long time Even when we were both around the age of 11 or 12, we didn't even notice our different color Why' Because this difference was trivial and it alone didn't make us different from one another My point? Simply this, color is in the eye of the beholder 'the only real differences between two groups of people is their Innate personalities -the existence of which is still debated -and up-bringing All other differences are self-proclaimed, You'renot "white"untilyou sayyou'rewhite You're not "black" until you say you're black You're not an advocate of a group or their opinions unless you choose to be You're not a believer unless you choose to believe, Of course, I'm not suggesting that you can change your skin color. I'm saying skin color doesn't have to be a factor of your personality or your actions ally Alan Crouli SPEAKING OUT If you want to be treated equally, then show thit you're equal. If you want to be treated differently, then show that you're different The choice is always yours There are those who react to appearance, but you know that, and sometimes you have to compensate. you dress up for interviews, you pierce your ear, you cutyourhaira certaiway. But these are your choices Those who treat you differently because of atpearancesyou can't change, like skin color, are etthC close-minded or timid. These are the people who need cultural education the most. Remember, who you are is not a product of your race or religion, but your opinions, morals and inter ests are a productof who you are. Black,white, broUT, and red are just colors of skin, not necessarily colors of personality. Alan Crouch is a graduate student in education. -I Class changes view of special people Editor: With all the recent racial tensions on campus such as the white and black student unions, discrimination against Hispanics and all the other prejudices that still exist in this country, I find it irritating to read misleading articles about a course that has the potential to reform some of these societal attitudes. As a present teaching assistant and former student of the Exceptional People class, I can honestly say I know of no other course at the University of Florida that has the ability to take 700 students each semester and change the way they feel about people that are different. Dr. Stuart Schwartz is more than an Instructor, he is a mentor for those individuals who sometimes Cannot speak, think or act for themselves. He talks to, teaches and shows over 2,000 students each year that everyone, black or white, male or female, not, isan equalmay be different handicapped or even though they So this course is not about an easy grade, it's about learning and changing the attitudes of some of those individuals that someday might be the leaders of what I hope to be a non-racist nation Rob Shaw 4JM Contraceptives' price had to go up Editor: I would like to clarify the reason for the pnce increase in Orho-Novn, brand birth control pills at the Infirmary Five years ago, the Infirmary stocked nine brands of birth con. trol pills made by five different manufacturers. At this time, the cost the Infirmary paid for the Ortho-Novum brand pills was less than the price for Pills produced by the other companies, and these savings were passed on to the dudents Students paid $16 for three cyclesofOrtho-Novumand$19 for three cycles of the other four manufacturer brands. Over the past five years, the Cos[ the Infirmary paid for the Ortho Novum pills was increased whilthe other brands cost about the same. However, since the Infirmary's computer wasn't fully integrated with the pharmacy, these increases weren't noticed and the price the students paid remained the same. While trying to find out where the pharmacy's revenue has declined, the cost increase for the Ortho-Novum brand of pills was discovered. The decision was made to raise the price of Ortho-Novum brand out of the other brands in order to cover costs. Only one out of five brands car tried received a price increase.' The increase was overdue since the In firmary was paying higher prices for the brand without increasing the prices they charged. Hilly Lan 3UF

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ATHLETICS from page 1 "I think he's interested in helping us to continue to do the things that we are doing and establishing and re-establishing university control and compli. ance," Arisparger said "Ihose two things have always been the key to successful intercollegiate athletic programs, and I think we are certainly aware of that and accomplishing that and working toward those objectives "And I think he (Lombardi) certainly is aware of it,"Arnsparger said. Lombardi said he supports Arnsparger and has heard-only positive things about the man, "I think he has done one beck of a job under extraordinary circumstances," Lombardi said. "In that position, you can't say what's on your mind and can't explain what you do He has had to keep his mouth shut and keep walking." Reaction from alumni about Ansparger and theathletic program also has been positive, Lombardi said "The university's constituency is pleased with what UF has done," he said"I'm surpnsed so many peoplehave told me, 'Sports is important, but don't forget academics.' I've been much encouraged by this balanced reporting." Linda Gray, who has been the university's official spokesperson during most of the sports scandals, echoed similar comments. However, she added that little attention has been given to UF's reaction. "The university has not been given credit for taking care of its problems," Gray said. "Yes, there have been problems. Unfortunately, people don't look beneath the surface Gray added that the arrival of Lombardi and highly-touted football coach Steve Spurrier. UF's only Heisman Trophy winner, has been a public relations bonaiza for the university I's a dynamic duo,"she said "It's been wonderful I Gator Boosters President Duke Crittenden, who represents an alumni organization with about 10.000 members nationwide, gave particular credit to Lombardi "He's got good capable people dealing with it (the athletic problems).' Crittenden said "He is a tremendously capable person I think the Florida alumni will rally around him He is the right man at the right time LOMBARDI from page 1 that he wanted to meet with us on the first day." Also on Lombardis agenda is the search for administrators to fill the schools intenm posts, including the provost spot. He said he hopes to have the jobs filled by the end of the summer. In thecontinuingsagaoverwhether teaching or research is more important to Uis administrators, Inmbardi said he wants to improve the quality of both. He said teaching is sometimes overlooked because it is difficult to evaluate, but he wants to find better ways to evaluate and reward professors lombardi plans to teach a class in his own area of expertise, Latin Amercan history. He said teaching allows him to get a clear sense of what students think and how they feel, But. giving his usual humorous answer, he TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 19t, AllIGATOR 7 said he also has a more personal reason for wanting to teach a class "If I don't teach every so often, I feel as if I am an administrator and that could be very dangerous for me and the university," he said Keepingan eye on UF. including its maintenance problems, is something !wmbardi said he hopes to do by walking about a half mile from the president's mansion to his office in Tigert Hall almost every day Thewalk allows him to see UF through a visitor's eyes, he said The university looks different than when you sit in a big office and go from meeting to meeting to meeting." Walking to work and teaching will give Lombardi many opportunites to speak to UPs students and listen to them discuss theirclasses and career plans, something he said he loves 'hfe students are wonderful," he said "They're what makes it worth the trouble." 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C1:1 sAY, MARC I tnlos G AiI( AVR I Graduate student group seeks funds for newsletter By ANTHONY LEDERMAN Aligator Writer After hearing $30 000worth of bills at last week's meeting, sdent senators will decide whether [I) approve those four bills tonight the Graduate Student Council has returned to ask for 1,048 to start a newsletter Last month, it received $3,640 for conference grants and travel expenses after weeks of controversy and postponements GSC newsletter editor (aiitami Gupa said the newsletter will mform 5,000 graduate students on campus about urrent events He said he won'( bother trying lo reach off-campus graduale sti dents because the news will be outdated before they receive it Also tonight, the Student Agri cultural Council is requesting $1,531 as partial funding for a trip to St lauis for an educational conference BORING WEEKEND Next time read A*P'P-L-AIhe group was Supposed to re cive money from pnd a i irus Mutual, but the company Inst money during the last citrus freeze and was unable to fund the agricuLture students This forced SAC Tmemrbers to ask Student Govern ment for the money '[hey have corporate sponsorship, Sen. Jill Price said .That's something we'd like to see more groups do Senators debated whether to U-S-E on Thursday. tund SAC nt ldst we-ek's mnit og, slymgsenaiorSlually dino Iund such trips Rettrrmig to the torus ire prie Said Sh ddlrt thnk the group should be fenahlcd beause o1 "Mother Nature 1 is is a time for SG to step ii and help out,' pnce said Other bills on second reading include the sailing team's request for $6,697 for new equipment and the Sports Club Counw s request F So advertise already! "When Icall Mom, she either wants to talk art or Ixiball. Usually 1botball" s}ihtad (ill Ici I)aidkiti hicr kn u the M [rt lx'kli o (hann h I Ih Li Ui h tt i in t IAW it I I i Sall o n nuioo I/C/ /ng ret cwotand pr l u st likr thL I WI ( t ill 1800 5257'955 Fxt 100 III I I, I h I right t I h oc 9 ~The right choice of Sto >0 or a wrt%1 ing [11.11 1,. hlrican cormuitlre 1. 1,1 sentm g i 1)11 a id t i luriLi HostyTS and Rocre'lutlal Sport the At Inity and Serv e E te AvI: dStriblt [0n AS1X, W1i,01 (LI liit'S h $4 1 iill tiit tiiIs po t El A& S fees every year, funds In leo Union, Si Seriions, Sident I legal Servies Board ut (olleg' Councils and Intramural Sports PROTECT YOURSELF (IM rsly ek f 373-1234 S23r nu Noor 3 Ictrn, 375-1234 Roses C2S l495/Doz 336-1234 1/2 PRICE SPECIALS Dry Mounting Poster Frames CREATIVE WORKSHOP 809 W. Univ. 376-7204 Superior & RENT-A
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Celebration UF Fine Art \b lanerusEI.i nd ,', gtuita onliLirtan n1i1l p&,rlfrml durmng ( cleF 11n (1 L F s a -ek [ingt.Jebritioin oF ,irts thiit b''gmr1 itla lanl runs throu at rda For thU tirst imeto LiitN Il steir liistors .'hi -a Itbraion1I, it djiL atcd o n iua1 olbtgt'', 'Ine Xuts, >nie Sibh, lclOr is lhrknutl' ,amte hUt 1 Id rust ra igh te i ph aeewhiitl >as timbmelrti th the C 1It'ge iii \rt hitedtur until 1q7 i e started hi intur at L i n 'is,1 an irisirudor in paint 'Pg LIrini''L\nml esign iind bet ame ass tint Jein ri the utileg.' m l%r tribritella widll rituirn tt tta hing Liuilis mi urn' after '%ervLn Yer. S Jean *nurft whth made Ctelebrition Etl{ gets uinderwav today "iNh a pt'rfmrmin c [h~Dddlcv arid his Bad I Xid Res ue" at 4 p m at thi' Iandsht'l A rtiiptton w ilE it held tonight at the Reit/ L'nron ( ilonnadi' at 7 p mi billowed by an 'pening I ernmom and dtdaliom at M p m in the Rit' Unirn Ballrioimr T Iorrts Ais id's [)ay' and several ut ivitites ire planned in the [Ret. Union \. rt h I iw n An art sht w t at uring works Vi L[ students wtill be on display from I1 a mi tI 4 p m low ns magicians and Albert the Allbgator will entertain frum 1II a m it, noon l1 e UF ( harmber Singer; will This, Next Week L I tt ulty stafF mnd students Liii mi-t ith [we of the 17 tandidats for UT pro,twsi w a president For iadtnmi altairs in a sents ol public Forums tii bx held ihis nmonth lhi First Itirum, wit}h Shirles Merritt I irk prot'ssr ot eduiition and fornwr it In o ce pre side nt Fir at ademic atti irs prt vi st at the Universits 'sl unrwsota, il hI e at 3 3) p m wetdnesdav mn the MarMii Arts Room if the O'c onnell C enter T he Forum with A ndrew Sorensen, assi> i pkins Uniersit's Shoo t Hygine and Public Health and professor of health pohliy and management, will be at 3 30 pm on thursdayminMccartyAudtorium Michael Baer, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and professor of p0h11aM science and public administration it the Uriversilv oF Kentucky, w IIl meet with faculty, staff and students at 3 30 p m Mart h 12 in the Reitz U nion Auditorium Dates and times for the forums with tandidates Gene Hemp and Anthony Penna are to be announced Hem p is UF interim provost and vice president for academic aflairs and professor of engineering Penna is senior vice president for academic affairs a nd professor oF h istor y at Northeastern University A bout This Page This Faculty Edition of the University Digest is the fifth edition in the 1989-90 series These pages are designed to highlight the work of UP faculty and intornm acuity on matters of specific interest To submit material for the next faculty edition, scheduled for late Apri, contact Information Services, 355 Tlgert Hall, 392-0186 This page paid for at usual advertising rates 990 Deai 10SEP11 SABATELL, Fine Arts Dean Honored Al Celebration 1990 p erh'rmlnru department lurtruisa Ev rents Be~ Sa batelha i-" m noon until I p m followed t omedy by the UT theatre At I 3O pnm the Hippodrome noriginal musical playree iD DAY I IVING WELL SEMINAR, "Questions & UF LIB Iues About Body Composition What Is p m ib Body Ft", by UP graduate researh assistant BlrEE Linda Gariarella, noon, 224 Flonida Gym Magnetic QUALITY CF LIFE TASK FORCE meets cudes;' by to discuss life at [UF for Black and Hispanic statut fmr tudents3p mi 202 Tlert Hall at the ZOOLOGY SEMINA by UF assistant Hochschi professor of tiology Michael Miyamnoto, a m ,Cl1 human Origins as Astertained froni DNA ENI 'L\0nLU Dati: 345spm 211 Bartram HallCET CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LECTURE, mining a: Mmn-lntersectng Random Walk in the Wopi 'resence of Non-Sphencal Obstacles;' E & Manag DiMdrgio, National Institute of Standards Room 3, and Technology, 4 p m 237 Chemical WOME Engmreenng Building UP Engi MA TERIALS SCIENCE SEMINAR, "PreSangeeta icramliPolymers)' by UF materials science in India)' pi ,t-d1 ctoral associate William Torck, 4 Room, 15 p rn Bless Auditonrinm Wdluamson Hall ASIA BIOTE[INOI.OGY LECTURE. "FTIN Senie, "C '>pectroscopic Studies of I~lypeptides, ProFrom the tems and Biomembranes," by London's Day," by Royal Five Hospital School of Medicine proturer Mfm lessor Dr Dennis Chapman, 4 p m ,Cl-Is 5TH A MEHANICL EGINEERING SEMIU a NAR, 'Our Own Ex perences with the TnesS' 4 Rumanian Revolutbon;' b university drxent in machines and mechanisms Ever DijksFRONT man, Emndhoven University of Technology, Insa t Wr the Netherlands, 4 p m, 211 Mechanical arFr Engineering Building associate LATIN AMERICA N STUDIES COLLOCarbson, QUIUM, "Report from Observers of the JEWISH Nicaraguan Election)' p ane discussion led I y knownr by OF Latin American tud tes Center daretCharles tar Terry McCoy, 4 p mi, Catholic Student children Center, 1738 W University Ave American LEGA L WORKSHOP/bISCUSSION of neff Audi Florida criminal and traffic law by Student Legal Services director Larry Givens, 4 30 COP p in, 0,73 Reatr Union Free and open to the OF aChit public Call 392-21% to reg tera t HISPANIC FACULTY CAUC US MEETthroughfM [NG, 5 p in., Rooms l50-FG (behind the and Satrsy cafeteria), Rir Untion a o RANGE SCIENCES LECTURE, "Con+ DRAWII serving Florida's Unique Scrub" by Flonida Contempt Museum of Natural H story scientist Steve the work Christmnan, 7 p n., Medical Sciences ly known Building Auditorium sity Galler 1ST A NNUA L STUDENT PUBLIC I to 5 prr SPEAKING forum/competition, sponsored ARC by [UF Department of Commnunication Othr lC Sciences and Disorders, 7.30 p.m McCarmthsrs, ty Auditorium, mss WOMEN'S CHORALE/MEN'S GLEE Mch 23re. CLUB concert, 8.15 pm University 3mah w3, Auditorium.3pm.w Today; Honored Msime pcrtrrimrnces are slated uIrim [I a mi to noon iin ith Pla/ of the \nietlis Street theater p'rfii mint Cs w ill it presented in the luiringitin I till Liourts arlli lrom IV) i0to I 43,1 m and rurn 1233 to I? ;i p m Area elementary schio u hil 1dren hill ratee ihiilk dravwngs trtim I to t 3L1 p mi in thie Pitt Liin South Ierrmce Aetinesdmss kd )ns seehrmtion id with a cand eIg ht wm p hons is Sirasoti s [Pinc evI iu gh School hiimbtr C-riup at -' p 'i in thi Reit, Umion \&'rth ln i Shatter and Jordan will perform Naiurdav is part ii an allday paz, tet i] Al .n turts and events are free and uopen to the public Celebrat ion 1991 us spunstred bs Omicron Delta Kappa Friends of (edebra tico nd Student9 Gv ment Fur morenTHIS WEEK RARIES BOOK SALE, 9 a mn to 4 rary Wst Colonnade CHNOWOGY SEMINAR, "Nuclear Resonance-from Man to MoleKurt Wuthrich, professor at the InMolekularbiologe und Biophysik Eid nossscheTech nische uleSurchSwitzerland, 10 30 7J, Hillis Miller Health Center F FOR WETLANDS SEMINAR by nd metallurgy professor Vladimnr istitute of Environmental Protecton cement, Krakow, [bland, 11.45 a m Phelps Laboratory N'S STUD[ES COLLOQUIUM by sh department graduate student Ray, kmnismi and Nationalism 4 p m ,Burger King Meetng 42 W University Ave AND ITS CULTURES Lecture ?ontemporarv Chinese Luterature Cultural Revolution to the Present UF Chinese literature visiting IecgDong Gu, 4 p m ,205 Little Hall ANNUAL DRK STANLEY LECTURE es ofAenSorfr ur Ow p.m ,Reutz Union Auditorium, IERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE, axes and Ecology. What Can You m A Dead Honey Bee')' by [UF professor of entomology David 3 p m. McCarty Auditonum [STUDIES LECTURE by nationalJewish scholar and journalist Silberman, "Will Our GrandBe Jewsh?-The Future of the Jewish Comnmunity;' 8 pm ,Cantonium. CONTINUING UTER GRAPHICS ART SHOW by ecture ofessor Harold Kenp, laic, 9, reative Workshop, 809 W Aye 9 a m., to 6 p mn, weekdays daye NG EXHIBIT, "Divergent Styles rary Ainenn Drawing," features of9nationally and internationalrnsthrou h March 18 Univery, a~ top~mweekdays and .Sundays. (N A~f, 'Other Mtrld Faces, rld Hands" features Coshlibes, extales and carved wooden of Liberia and Nigena, through Grinter Galleries, open 9 a.m. to ekday, and I to 4 p.m Sundays gin In Effort To Protet Ocean dumpmng and coastal development threaten the 15,000 loggerhead sea turtles that nest along Flonda coasts eadh 'cr, says a University of Florida researcher 'If we don't take ste s to prote. this manne animal, it w becOme in endangered species," said Alan Biuifen, wildife scientist withUCF's Institute ot lhtd and Agricultural Sciences (lFAS), the Archic Carr Center for Sea Turtle Rest rrhb anid [iF's zoology department UF has become the international center for sea turtle research because Flonda is the nesting site for 40 percent of the world> og~ rhead sea turtles, with Brevard, Indian iver, Martin and St Lucie counties heng the main nesting areas Bolten, who is studying the loggerheads5 struggle to survive in an increasingly hostile environment, said small turtles are being kied by ocean debns because they are ten passive in the marine environment To dete Coastal development and nighttime lhgh's waste fro also threaten the loggerhead turtles, said photo by Bolten, who has been studying the tuitles since he came to UF as a graduate student history ut in 1977. nests an 'Car traffic on the beach is obviouC a ducates t problem for the turtles. Seawalls and utlwr Stream a attempts to stop erosion prevent them from gyre syst nesting at the natural dune line above the teni 2,0( high-water mark Worse yet, lights cjn be islands ver disornentin to both nesting females be'reo Nestmn8r esonis; fromMay through Azres E August, but little is known about th i e fidte UF Faculty Support Cornputer Sessions The Faculty Support Center for Comiputing is offering spring-term conmEuter seminars for faculty, ALIP personnel andpost-doctoral associates. The Center, at 2213 T.urlington Hall, iso open from 8-30 a m to 5 p m weekdays. The Macintosh classroom, located in 521 Wet] Hall, is open iii ly during scheduled seminar hours Registration is required fir the hands-on lensjns by calling 392-7249 or stopping by the center. AIUF ID card and a picture I) ire required for registration. March and April seminars are listed below: USING DOS-FUJNMENTALS--March 7, 12-50 to 2-45 p. USING DOS-MANAGING DISK STORAGE-Aprnl 9, 9:35 to 11-30 a m, USINGC WORDPERFECT 5.0-Section I 1ts500 1, March?7 9:35 t 11:30 a m ,and Lesson 2. March 9, 9:35 to 11:30 am, Set.tion 2. Lnhon1, Aprial:50 to 2.45pfm and Lesson 2.,pi 5, 12:50 to 2:45 p"1 ADVANCED oRDPERFECT 5 0-Ste tion 1: Lesson 1, March 6 12,50 to 2 45 pin., and Lenson 2, March 8, 12-5S to 245 pin., Section 2: Lesson 1, AprIl 9, 12:50 t0 Threatened SVice President For Researcl Wins Distinguished Sea Turtles Species .I rmine the diet of Inggyhead sea turtles, UP researcher Alan Bolten nxamos -small loggerheads captured during sunimer research in the Azores. (!FAS Chuck $%bods) Fthe turtles once they leave teir h hadhout to sea eseac in-f he hachigs get i tnt Gl nd then enter the nort antic em, ocean currents thtsweep )0 miles to te Azores a group o n the mid-tantic ridgebotte oy of th ese small turtles, and the em to beone plcwher we can Center Schedules For Faculty, A&P 2 4 p m and Lesson 2, April 11, 12 50 to 4SING LOTUS 1.2-3-Section 1 Lesson 2March 20 9.35 to 113 a so LOTUS ADDITIONAL WORKSHEET SKIL LS-Section 1: lesson 1, April 10, 12 50 to 2-45 prand Lesson 2, April 12, 2USINlG dBASE [V-Section 1' LessOn 1, April3,9,5 to11,3 a i,, ad Lesson 2 A~ml 3, 9.35 to 11.30 a-r, n APODUGION I)SASIPC-Section I Leson Mrch 7 120 t 2.45 pm and Lsso 2. Marh 29 12,50 to 245 p INTRODUCTION ID THE MACINTOSH-March 6, 9-35 to 11:30 a~m MACIN'TOSH MICROSOFT WORD 40 Section 1 Lesso 1, March 13, 9.35 to lI nam, ad Leso 2 March 15, 9:35 to 11,3 ., a Secton Lso1,Aril 2, 12 50 to 2:45 p.m and Lesson 2, Apri 4, 12:50 to 245 m. iMACIN'IOSH GRAPHICS-SectiOnd Lesson 1, March 26 12:50 to 2:4 pm, an Lesson 2, March 23 12:50 to 2 4pii nests;' Bolten said, UF is working in coblaboration with the University of the Azores to track the turtles from the time they leave Florida as tiny hatchlings and return as mature turtles many years later In the next six months, Bolten hopes to begin monitoring the movement of large loggrhead turtles with the aid of small transmtters and satellite telemetry. Boltn's resarch on marimedebrisi supNice Florida Ibwer & Light, the U S Fish and Wildlife Service and the U S Air Force are supporting research to determine which types of light are least disorienting icr the turtles Fine Arts Dean Search Narrows To Fine Finalists UF's Dean of Fine Arts search committee has selected five finalists irom the 69 appicants for the position The finalists are Richard Dornek, dean of fine arts at the University of lentucky, John Goodheart, director of Indiana University's School of 'Fine Arts; Donald McGlothlin, muskc department chair and director of the School o(Fine Ails at the University of Missouri; Maigpret Merrion, acting dean ci fine arts at Ball State University, and Frank Tr. ro, dean df Ble University's School of Music Candidates will be hievewd this month in meetings with top UiF administrators, other deans, the search committee and college faculty and students. A decision wdll be reached Late thi, month or early April. Current college dean Joseph Sabatella wilreg from administrative duties at the end of June, returning to teaching and creative work in UP'. art department. Engirn Research Riundation 'rice re ceived his bat helor' torat-degrees from Iurdu and Sand his mas HONORS/ACTIVITIES Professor Emil Wolf at the Evergl Reseairh and Education Center, Belle C was honored by the National Sweet Breeders Association For his developni the Florida Staysweet sweet corn hybt Harold Markowitz, director of mnde dent study, received the National Uni' ty Continuing Education Assotiat (hilds Award for l99] UF Institute of Black Culture Dir William Simmons received the Mr Health Association Minority Issues tfiicate of Recognition for his serice minonty affairs committee chairman Rirmer UF head football coach Ray G. has been named to the National lix Foundation's College Riwtball Hall of I for I99) Graves served as Gator head e fro 1*0969 Dairy science professor Barney Hi received the Honors Award for distmng ed service from the Southern Branch 0 American Dairy Association at the SoulI Association of Agriculture Scier Meeting Dr. James Cerda, professor gastmoenterology, hepablogy and nutrii is the first non-car~iolo st to receive Paul Dudley White Award from the Ass tuon of Military Surgeons NOlov lwichemry and p journal Theochem, which dedicate volume to him Dr. Bodil Schniidt.Nielsen profess physiology, received the Ray GC Award rnm the American I'hysmoko Society for her research concerning kit function and structure William Maples, Flonda Museur Natural History curator, was reogizei the U S Air FRvce for his help vestigatlg the death of Congress Mickey Le and in Ethiopia Maples wai only non-military person to serve oi mission Associate professor of economics I Rush will receive a curriculum encel. award from the National University G nuing Education Association for his depndent study corn in nmacnoconor DAlfrn Ntes,, UF's dean of medii was inducted into the membership nf l Hopkins Society of Scholars, an nrgal thon for outstanding alumni APPIJE N1S Dr. Rans A. McEhuy, Jr, associate lessor of psychiatry, was appointed mel director of the Psychiatric Physiians NI. Jack Ohanist, College of Engines associate dean for administration and flng, has been appointedl by. Bob tinez to the board of directors ofthe Fk Thbe Uanhrty of Florid. s an Eq.aJ Opporhmnitylhrk af Ad~liiuuz ) [)&nald Price UF vice p resident for rcsearth and professor of agricultural engineering, has been designate d a recipient of Purdue L university' D rtguished Engmneenng Alumnus Award The award is presented once a year to a select group of alumni whose accomplishments indicate potential for future success andwhosc contribution to their respective helds have been outstanding Purduas Schoons of Fngineenng have presented the award to 268 of about 6IIX0Igraduates since the program began p 19M4 ['rice will receive the award at in tflgmeetring vocation on Ap nI 2(1 As UT vice president for research, oversees somec SIN) million in Funding federal, state, industry and either so that provide the lifeb kxid tor reset across the campus I Ic us also involg licensing faculty irnvtntiions, helping"i development of UFN resear h pari Alat hua and serving is president of thi

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World famous sitarist to play Indian music By LESLiANN TOMICH Allgator Writer [inrat Khan. known worldwide for laying the sitar and surbahar, will perform tonight at 8 in the Reitz Uion Auditorium "He's an outstanding artist of hndian classical music,' said Richar] )ownie, director of the Center fo~r In terinational Student and ssolua r Scv ices "Not many art iSI'o Thi aliber come to GamesIhe sitar resembles a guitar and sands four feet tall, while the su rbahar looks more like a violin and reaches deeper notes Khan alternates between the two instruments to reach notes in five octaves. The sitar, which is played all over the world, is"very seriousand meditative," Khan said "Its a deep, classical and unique instumient TL s India Club' the College of In e Arn, Go( rings' Book Center and he ( inlt'r for Tnctrnatonal sitidenit iial -(holir ServiCes art Khan ret ently tou red New York, Chiago, Ins Angeles, Seattle and St. ous and composed music for The Witby Conspiracy, a movie starring Michael Caine "He was in Gainesville many years ago and he liked it so much he decided to come back," Downie said "We're in the big leagues now As long as (Khan) is in the United States. he's coming to Gainesville Khan's great grandfather. Ustad Sahebdad Khan, invented the surbahar and Khan continues his tradition by playing both instruments in India, Europe, the Far East and the Soviet Union Every year the India Club organizes a cultural program," said engineering graduate student Venu Subramaniam, president of the club "Quite a lot of people other than Indian students come, because they're curious." he said, Admissron to the performance is $3 50 for students and $8 for the general public MAKE THE GRASS GREENER ON YOUR SIDE Afhgator Advertising 376 4482 VOICES OF LIBERTY WA1 DISNEY WORLD 00 is seeking choral singers with mature voices and rutg.-ing personalities for "Voices of Liberty, a profe.slonal a t appella ensemble at EPCOT Center Vocal auditions are to cast current and Fuure full-time (one-year contrad) and substitute Positions DATE sourday. March 51. 1990 CALLT1MESr Men -900 AM Women -12 Noon LOCATIONz Hilton Hotel at Wall Disney World Village 17SI Hotel Plaza Blvd -Salon VII lake Buena '. Msa, l'L REQVIREM ENTS All appplic'nr, must be at least age 18 Bring non-returnable photo and resume Prepare and memorize two %hon vocal selections that best show your vo jl range, style and versatility Bring 'heet music in your key (accompanist provided) Callback auditions will be April 1, 1990 Applicants may be required to perform (memorized) the last 16-32 creaturs of the following required selections. (Audition Committee will elect key) Soprano -"summelimeAlto God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Tenar Doany Buy" Baritone -'They Call The Wind Maria" Bass -01' Man River (plus one verse an cavse lower) Full-Unme employees receive a flexible insurance benefit package that fits individual needs and lifestyles other benefits include sick days, merchandise discounts, park admission and more If you have questions call 407-345-5701 Monday-Friday, 10 am 4 pm C 1990 The Walt Disney Co DRUG AWARENESS WEEK mARCH 5-9 U i ma ai zo Q A: WHAT ARE THE DANGERS OF WHIPPETS? (Nitrous Oxide) Blackouts, Brain Injury, Suffocation, Freezing of lips and throat GAMMA WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE
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11JESDAY, MARCH 6, 1990, AlLI GAOR 13 KRISHNA from page 5 Wete list owere mep rie tice tto 0 your etoo .s Announg anwlpice ontheMaintoshPius II WI A at llo mow to t % itor das and he top ocour dioen polessl we havw a sgiesm The Mactersh' Mul,. lhe mt alordable memberr dor powrtula mnilvdlacintoth capulers Ie it todrft a teach piper tur i mounting ofcalultis ito a molehill. or gr4p the latesi shwk index Once vmoe mtsteredewafpilln. AXU ran ise them All becauseall \winknh doftwre works the sameic wa The Mactb Plus can also grm with W alsUsereds dage it ns he some software as the rest of d \Lcintsh amil\ and ot can ewn AdM memory and a hard disk Best of all, You 1 saw ifdyouhuy now Meanmg lhav monvlefter fix hfr itdeessentnls lieppernipl/a Soane iadetihe ism icnAsh Plustodav An sltar liing ih at thetpforleIs Nlpumtlrexrbe of CA4flf E. Me!MM -FI : 84 MT : 11-3 For more nformiion call the Customer Service Desk at 392-0194 s E,0 V I .1 i, ..!wk i klo4!q'dkr il them The vegetables Krishnas serve are grown on a farm in Alachua, where 30 Krishnas tend crops, cows and oxen Bhavasindhu das, another men. berofthe Knshnacommunity, said Krishnas don't worship the cow, as many people believe "We honor the cow because it is so useful'" Rhavasindhu said "Cows are never slaughtered We believe they deserve a guaranteed retirement programm" Krishnas who live on the farm support themselves by sellingtheir vegetables locally. More than 100 others ive m adevoteecouUnity in Alachua, where they own an aquanum furniture business that employs many Krishnas in the area. Bhavasindhu said the business is successful due to "far-out, original designs," many of which fea. ture coffee tables supported by aquariums. Krishnas often change places within their society, moving where they are needed between Alachua and Gainesville Each evening they study and translate the Bhagavad Gila which is wntten in Sanskrit, before going to bed by 9 p m, The Bhagavad Gila guides their lives and helps them achieve spir itual perfection, Yadaupnya said. Krishnas don't believe happiness &oaes with material wealth "le all giving Father will provide for you anything you wit," Yadaupriya said, gazing Upward "It you wart wmie, Money and tomforts but you don't want lim, ie will provide those things fm you anyway Because Krishlita, consider sex ii unlocket tssary contort, they Are Ielbate "Sex is material,' Yadaupriya said Toht Nugent, teadlmg assistant and tutor for religion classesatU L, said Krishnas abstain from sex because they believe it thwarts spinfoal growth above the sexual level "Knshnas do yoga instead of having sex," Nugent sand They adopt postures of animals to med tate and channel the sexual energy in different and higher directions" Because they abstain ror sex and can't pass beliefs on Io children, flare Krishnas rely entirely on converts for the contiuation of their religion, Nugent said Krsna Gana said he studied many philosophies before joining the Knshnas dAll other religions I have stud ied are incomplete," Krsna said. Yadauprya is devoted because she believes the religion is flawless "Everything stims from understanding," she said 1 he philoso phy is perfect Those who follow it are perfect." I Daily Lunch Special Ell L UnV e All I An MBA degree thatgives you a degme of expenence. The Northeasten Co-opMBA programs ennalk, you Iarn your degree just 21 months and still earn money for your education-paid professonal work experience is an iitegral pan of the cuniculum Northeastern Univesity, one of the country\ leaders it cooperative education, has offered this outstandmg eti a tional option to MBA candidates for over 20 yeam The Co-ip MBA program begins in June and Januarn Application deadlines are April 15 and November 1, res ctively. pbr details, return the coupon below. Ye, i'd Ui t, tmd nl nnrw about a Nuoflieajieml to-op' MMA desreed Siti (-raduateSthno~sioIunwnAdnmiistrtiln,2tiS fkydii 'all,Nthaer I Univriy Huntington Ave Boton MA 021t5 I a. i Qij rtLstr MknnerNy ruw /4?rflIOgemeNfl i som tippy Hour 4pm -Mpa 9k Drinks $2.95 60oz pitchers 17Z W uniy h2nd f100r UF Pla.h 37"M4

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SEAT from page 3 that week "No one really had the chance last week to think about it or pply," Hayes said Meyer Naid another off-campus Sihcae seat will be officially vacant tonight because Sen Charlie Grapski has bhen determined fneligible for reas,'o,; not disclkmed HAIR AFFAIR First lime g Wash N Wear '25 1 g Perm Special (tong hair Cro With coupon) We Do Sculptured Nails WET CUTS 16! Long Hor drar Q02 DigEN N MAIN This SAI A L 1S 2472 7amApm in 4 Students Welcome President Lombardi Tuesday, March 6, J. Wayne Reitz Union North Lawn 12 Pm to 3PIm Frcc Popcorn andlepsi S 00 lunches Everybody's Invited ponwrrcd by mL. m -Any U4 student living in zip code 32607 can apply on the third floor of the Reitz Union The application deadline is I-nday Meyer listed vacant cabinet directorships, assistant cabinet directorships and staff positions as ways for blacks to get Involved in tG Many of the 80 Senate seats also will becomevacant inthesumflier when senators leave and have to find replacements, Meyer said Alarmar Gardens Inc Aloha Gardens Apis Apartment Inn Arbor Apis Brentwood Apis Beval Apts The Bicycle Club Apis Brandywine Student Residences Br dgelight Townhouses Brookwood Terrace Arts Butler Enterprises Cambridge Village Camelot Apis Camous Lan Apis Cedar Ridge Apis Cedar Ridge Villas College Terrar Apis Colibar Living Org aiaorn In( Clinial Manoir Ap 1 Colonialoas C Ap Country Gari'ns Courtly Manor Ahrts ( (it niv Villi. Apt, Covered Brdqe Apis Crkw Acis Deer wood Apis Fast Side Garoo Apis Fairmon Oak Flater ProperToes Foi hollow Aph Fredrit k Garrion Apts French Quarter Apis Gainesoile Gahplen I iwnrus s The Gardens Apis Gainr Town Apis Gaoorwood Api'% Gaier Vildg Alls Gvorgetown Apts Cr Sprngs Manor Apis Gore Rabell Real EtT,, Irnc Graduate Apis Granada Apis AWARENESS from page 3 drug use amongyoung adults has declined steadily in the United States since 1980 But UF Counseling Centerpsychologist David Suchman said alcohol is the drug that poses the biggest threat to college students "Alcohol is the most highly abused drug on our campus," he said "It is easier to deny alcohol abuse because it is such a big part of student life and culture," he said Suchman said denial also plays a big role in other forms of drug abuse "I would conservatively estimate about 1,000 students on campus have problems associated with drug use," Suchman said 'We treat only about 100 a year The effects of denial in student apartment Owners *g 493 N It Freedom Freedom to Choose. Freedom to be seen. drug problems are huge. Frequently, confrontation with [he legal system is the only way students will realize that a problem exists Suchman estimated that one third of students who seek help for drug problems at the center have dealt with the legal system, including the Student Conduct Board or University Police Mildhopper Village Aps Mount Vernon Apis Oak Forest Apis Oak Glade Apis Oaks Apts Oasis Aps Old Archer Court Apts Oxford Manor Palm Bay Piccadilly Apts Pine Grove Aps Pine Meadow Apis Pine Rush Apts Pinetree Gardens Aps Pineword Apt Point West Apts Ponte 23 Prairie View Apts Prair'ewood Apts Regency Oaks Apis Rbinson Villa Rc 0 Poni A s RusIro Sprno Priprtips Saint F" Trim Api, Sprnol Manor Apis Serinola Mane.r II Apls Seventh Snrr L Tow, Shey A .sor,aiesInc Silver Properties Sororoiv Annex Apis Souihside Apio Slarghi Apis Slonerdqe Apis S,garfioi Village Apis Summer PLat Aps Summit Hous, Apts SLn Bay Apis Suncowne Acpu Sin,sp Api Sunset Apis Coy Thomas Apis lower Oaks Glenn Towne Parc Apis

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Dump your roommate Get a 2 bdr for price of one Pool tennis sauna, room Shoneridoc Apis 3800 SW 34 375-1121 4 30 45 2 Ie W! St 4 of 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201 NW 10 St by UF now or 51 carport. cent air, wood floors, College Park Properties 411 NW IS Si 371 7777 3-A -.2 HUGE 2bd 2bh now or Fall Bel Air Apts 30 NIW 26 Ave (t A SI) Spacious grounds, magnificent oaks College Perk Properies 371-7777 3-8 5-2 2B0$249 STUDIO $19 110 NW 15 Stl blk to UF) A 1222 NW 8 AV Col,ge Park Properties 411 NW 15th St 371 7777 316-I112 1 d walk-in Closet Village West Ape 800 NW 18 Av take 9 St N from 16 Av 3717777, 371 -0251 Now or fall 3-16 11-2 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. I bdr apt avaIl March, walk to UF. $23/unfurn or $259/turn Call Tom 3301029 3-7-11-4 Sublet Mar-Apr Renewable The Woods, close to UF o. SW BSR, IBA FurnI I pool 8257/mo tale 336-1036, 372-2876 2 bdr/ ba Apt carpeted, fericed yd for pets aval 3/1 $220/mo in SW area Key management 372 3060 -Spin) 402 7299 after 5pm 3 12 6 4 Spacious Ibd/lba otiving. eat-in kitchen. dishwasher. ceIling fan. walker' Closet, pool. leanis and b-ball court. close to UF $209/mo 335-4380 or 378 6741 no depoalt necessary 3-0-5-4 Save $100/mo at Oakbrookl New phase. nice gbdr/2ba, ful turn. w/d micro Have own room for only $290dro Take over lease thru Aug Great deal 335 2865 3 5 ROOMMATES ROOMMATES Female to share 2brl2ba house in NW 8250'mo ,1/2 til Turn cable washer/dryer, nice area call Randy al 377 2s37 leave msg 3-1265 Bicycle ClubFurnished Own room and bath $22 Smc 1,2 our Need ASAP Call Barbara SI 336 0417 or Iv mes 3 9-5-5 F NIS lor own adrtba at Rocky Point Apts fully turn except bdr Avail May S$209imo & 1/2 ut 336 3918 LV MSG 3-26 10 5 Great Deal Spacious Apt Own bdroba, Swimming Pool, Tennis, Club House Pets Ok $250/mo NO DEP Call 372-4683 Keep Tryinl 1 3-I-5 Oxford Manor 2 F NIS to *har Matr bdr. S173Ojlmo A I/s util I F NIS for ownfbdr $200?mo Washfdry Call 395 0103 312-5-5 F. N/S Rnai, for mummer 2 bda avail 3bd/2ba apt Regency Oaks Mast.er (n turn) $190 2nd ad (Turn) $175 Opt for Fall 375-6250 3-12-S-S5 6 FOR SALE Alpine, Kenood. Sony and 30 more brands are Wll at our Now Locaeol Ca Star" Speciaists 3215 NW i St 37 2070 43075-6 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest. et and lowest priced car serc @ltre In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St 4 3075Rockford. Foate, Yamehe, Pioneer, In Inhly, Kicker. Code Alarm The Beer Car St1or1 iteallre In town. Car Siteo to Go. ,75-1834 4-30-75.6 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control any car truck or vanl fully guaranteed wilt deo Call 336-9193 Studenliv message 4-30-72 8 Car Alarme, Autopage, Chepman Home end Cat Satea. Pioneer, Seneu. Sher. wood, and more. We goat All Prioeh 373-3754 4 30-69-8 FOR SALE Gass Table and chairs, Bookshelf Re dining chair Full t12i bed ard dresser Must Sell ASAP It interested cal 377 3100 3 5-5 6 Waterbed queen secniwaveless side paddong gorgeous excicond sell really cheap, $200 obo Call lor more into Jeff 335 5528 3 6 5 6 SAILBOAT Laser 11 1985 ready to sail. 'raler included FAST and FUNI' $2000 376 7535 leave message 3 6 S 6 oundrrrd likerodIr G ville to Charlote, NC $150 .Mar 1623, Call Kelly 33 4187 3 9 0 6 Black Jawms oped 4 Sats On ly 578meies Runs bad Good 4 parts 395 70a3 @vo nings Ask for Randy Best oflerl 3 7 5 6 BICYCLE. 24" Beach Cruiser, Mongoose 12 speed. Like New $160 Ask For Jason 375-9031 3 7-5 0 MUST SELL i Sherwood 140* amp JVC 100w amp, MGT alc crossover, 2-10' woe,,, cue, spkr boa mini luck kengcb everyfhlng cheap 371 6704 3 9 FOR SALE Dresser in great condition $do New computer desk 560 Call Bar bar It 378-2683 3 7 4 6 Nighke Prestige 10 speed bike, pyre old lss tran 200 mile, Must Sell asking $375, call Tim a 336-450? 3 8 5 6 1BWTV-25 00,Eleclric blanket 1000 TotrOve 10 00, bro'r 5 00 call 371ggO7eli~r4pT 3630 GREAT PARTY BAR [or safei Bar and 2 bar floor Askng $100 Of boat other Please call 373 0079 3 6 3 6 A'C FOR SALE I Sears 12,000 BTU Only used 2 mos Now have central air don I ned Org $460 Now $3501 Call 3730079 1-3 6 SPRING BREAK RfT Airtare 1 Philadel phia from Tampa Mar 21 25 $150 752Compute(-Apple RE wleiter quality .-, for on ff j 7R1L El

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MARCH 6. 9h REAL ESTATE GraT I on Iron W k roclass flI TRA jpsrius in r (a PARKSIDF jily .Lr00ned Ow'e' iIrw Fg $23 50(1 JE FFE F tAI; NFAt FOR 373 063~f 3 SI] Oakbrook Condo 2bd2,ba furn, ground Floor poolsde Take over paym nil or make otlor Eve 370 9743 3 10 10 7 8 MOTORCYCLES Orange and Blue insurance now covers motorcycieS Low rates low payments sale rider disimnis last drive hu ser vice 377 227 3 12 108 1985 Honda XL60OR ENDURO, excellent condition $1000 Greal for school and lur Call John OF 135 5444 (leave Mres sage) 3 9 5 8 HONDA CXSO CUBO excel cord, all service records flCw ball luel mneclion Cruse $?500 calt 335 9340 leave me sare 3958 9 AUTOS 06 Honda CRX spd sunft bu n|ow Or Take overPaT parmns. good0 cond must Sell 472 4041 3 8 10 9 ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE low rates, low payments Ial drive tOru service so habla Espanol 377 2277 37/ CARS We care 3 12-10 9 1985 Cavalier Convertible Black auto Power everything New stereo/cass. goal cold $5000 Call 336 3828 3 6 5 9 1978 TOYOTA CORONA Station Wagon. Original Owner Excellent Condilion $1 00 376 7535 leave message 3 6 5 9 PLYM RELIANT 1986 GOODCONOIRION PHONE 377 6463 $3600 00 3 4 9 VW Jerta GLI 1985 4 door 5 speed, 30mpg. great shape inside/out. depend able sporty Transportallon $4900 obo (Mai 373 9003 3 7 5 9 Toyota Tercel 1901 good shp. lots of mileage left $1000 call 377 2263 eve Fl be MSr SEE 3742 67 VW Beelle lactory sunrool good resto ration project Doesn I run Rusted but complete $125 call alter 6pm 375 6601 dun't mIsS it 3 7 41982 Pontiac J 2000, 76.000 arlta, auto. a/c, nice clean car. good mpg, $1400 obo. call 335-5296 36389 86 Pontiac Grand-Am excellent condIion low mnleage $1500 plus take over payments 336 0011 or 372-3130 3-9-59 82 TOY SUPRA. deluxe model, looks and runs great, Alpine CD, Ungo remote alarm full Maint rc Full power acc come and see $3500 Obo 335 9104 3I-l 9 Ford LTD 1979 perfect cond pb, pe, pw Leaving U S must sell $1000 pleas. call after 5pm or wkends 376-205 3.5-9 Is It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through the U S Goverriment? G.r the facts today Call 1-708 742-1142 Exi 686 3 6 1-9 1980 Chevy Cilation. good condition. reliable transportation 4 door $900 OnO 335 6835 3-12-5O9 82 Model BMW 320-I Good Condition, fully loaded, Must Sell $5600 Call 338. 1495 3 8-30 AUTOS TOYOTA Corona 1978 auTo Sar p., pb si0, stereo $850OB0371 0715 3-12 5 9 8 FORD EXP automatic, good cond Fion, dependable, $650 obo. call Robin 338-1419 3-12 59 Oldsmobile Cullass Clara LS 1982 4 door, Auto, ac. per. amrm 84000 1us $2200 or bal offer 377-25' 3 14 7 9 74 Datson ?601 4llped wNoe black nt runs well but needs some work good prot Oct Cal $1200 Call 3s 0058 For details 3 12 5 9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLD. Gems, Cass Rings ETC Top $ or trade Ozzies Fine Jewelry 373 9243 4 30 15 10 Wart1 ric Capron Ticket at Ormni At ,f111 Good seat only (noT behind Fiogo2 Fles awayi) Carl Jeanre at 373 35F 3 S 1 10 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at 175 & NW 391h Ave near Oaks Mal area. i S to 0x 20 ron $20 10% disc to studonls 332-8917 4 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233NW I Old Ave 372-1684 MCNISA/Insurance. Fro Pregnancy Teat Member Nalional Abortion Federstion SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Get confidential eting and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 4 30 75 11 AM STORAGE Close to UF. Convenient 4x4x4 uSI/mo 4x8x1 $25/mo 533 SW 2nd Ave 377-1771 4-30-75 11 ** GATOR MOVING ** FulIScr v Mov/Storage/Packing Item/Ha Full Day atE ves Long dia Lic/in Harry/Bill 374-4791 4-3075-11 SERVICES *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional Movingilackin A Supplies I Item house full LocaltLng di* Lc/Ins Priced for Studentsl Marty 375 MOVE 4*FREE* Pregnancy Test Go'nesdlI Women a HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 3775055 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services MOVING? Resourceful student W full sIe truck will beat any price in town 330-9461 3-8 30 Credit Card guaranteed acceptance, no security deposit wrile S Marion 1100 Tudor Dr Dep A-1, G ill. 32007 3 8 CALL CJ THE DJS pro DJ service at 375-6483 3-71011 **NEW TAX SERVICE** A"ordable fates, SS"ORM Free consultation call PAUL 372 SB 4, mornings 3 16 14Starts Available Now Rocky Creek Farms 45 scro. ring ;umps TLC -local call 462 5127Or 462 4311 3-16 12-11 DONT WAIT until materms to use PC Lab L.amw P Lotus 123, dBase Now Special Plans 372 6500 3-9-10 11 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepting new pto, *rnmrg Adult deaning $28. child $16 (4)WiSd Ifl $326. (3;Wlg4 lee $250. (7)Wiad tee, 3200 Nitrous Oxide Accept MC. V A Velid only with coupon. upL(4) people H T Gonsoulin, DOS, 372-9S21 English for Foreigners Tutor lor IndivIduWls or small groups Femate with 15 yr International experience 3756761 3TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITE. WE TYPE Business Legal Personal Reports Term Papers Typesel Resume Etc G-wile andicapped Typing SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM le378-7179 sone boarding woodser facilities hay rides parties Sales working TYPING -Near Butler Plaza Fast Ser students accepted 486-3224. 375 080 vice S1 25 douisbl pace Call 373-0387 11 WAL7 %&.1%fr NOW OVA, WHCY 0 MO A y F N g 1 .-,,Y 1% F 4Afl DOn' You 04W MOW -n 6M1M St" A11641111 Loug OSi M .HM MAW? u? I1H 'CW J .o? T TYPING SERVICES *Typing at reports A, business legal* resumes ca ies transcried appli caiions letters notary *ote Available 24 hours/7 days/372 2777 4-30-75 12 Typing $1 00 pg -min $5 00 Reports, Thes. whatever Grad School P T List WCS 917 NW 131 373 9822 4 30 7512 MICRO CENTER/ Typing 335 4938 Full a sell service computing Ty pingstSt0 I So/pg Resumes $8 Selt service resumes $2 50th, IS/page Laser typeset graphics 5poll check theael k papers special characters employ ment databases nailmerge training WordPerFFCI specialist ViaJMC 4 3065 12 TypingtWord Processing Quality depend able service Reasonable rates Last, printer 377 8175 IF 9 OOpm 3 15035-12 Typing/Wordprocessing WordPerFect 5 1. quality work last results Iow rala dependable, personal Service Tara 332 1469 4 30 54 12 TIC for your Papers Projects asa. aec Pro wp. Mac 2 lasers G raphics s p chk reasonable Its wknds, 373 9619 3-27 10 12 Pickup/Dol Typing and wordProc near campus Dependable quality SelviC Reasonable rates 24hrday Call Ca 373 4464 3 7 11-12 ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER WPS -ENGLISH GRAD edit/prool/spell no croleeral Ripp 378-3049 3-28TYPING SERVICES 18M Compatible WP SO Leass PrineLegal, Medical Terminology, Reports Pa nra, Thesis Call 378-2034 3-13 10 12 QUICKSILVER WOROPROCESSING 24-HRS,7 DAYS 378-8515 Put It In Writing Fast, accurt. rehable service Masters in English will Chec spelling and dit 24 his 373 1937 3 16 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER lor The Independent Florida Alligator Must own reliable won or pc-up tuck and b avaiL able from Sam until gai Monday through Friday Must have excellent drivIng a cord and valid Florida driver license Pay per route plus mileage Apply at the Alli gator offices, 1106 Weal Univereity Ave nuo Ask for the route driver application No calls, please Affirmative Aclion/Equai Opportunity Employer AVON 375-8967 Seal Avon Full or Pan-time We Train Benefits Insurance 4-30-75-13 EARN $35 This week for new donors for 2 plasma donations on our new Automated ma chines Special bonus programs each month Free refreshments, free parking Experienced stali servIng you since 196 Coll or atop by Gainesvile plasma. 238 SW 4th Ave 378-9431 Mon-Fri 8-7 Sa 9-2 4.30-73-13 Paying $125 to persons w/Lntrcted Cus, scrapes, or other njurls to be on anthb Otit sludy Blood test required Call 331 5379 4-3-20-13 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by lnmie Michel Jaffe t 6 14 21 22 24 26 27 30 32 33 34 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 45 46 48 49 ACROSS Family car -rIn t so Actress Dawber Court champion 15 Location 16 Quincy actor Robert 17 Large tremors 19 Musician s need 20 Snuck-aAuthor Leon bloom in the spring Small deer Postvely Escargots Female adviser Man on the move Takes off Extinct bird Donkey, in Mainz Grows pale Trounced, with down ODE was one Falk or Fonda Soup server Life s work BeSt Rang Ran Calhoun of the movies at at 50 Pi 52 One of the Waughs 56 Hotels country cousin 57 Measuring instrument for 17 Across 60 Anonymous John 64 Superior a 62 Shoe iz 63 Make a m 64 Tricks 65 Beneath cout 9 10 11 12 Extreme degree Offshoots Jai Tibetan beasts of burden Sabres surface Caropies Dessert choice or nothing 13 Eel 18 Part of a test Abbr 23 Siamese 25 26 27 26 29 30 31 measure -Faithful Caddoan Indians Cut Scot Snoop Church area Senior WIll of The Waltons 38 -the kitty 39 Variety of 41 42 44 45 46 47 orange Laundry worker Prevaricate Before way or where Family pet Sail-esteem Word in a marriage vow harness 50 Archeelogical areas 51 53 54 55 58 59 33 Lot 35 Symbols of wisdcM 36 Dill, on the Bible stake DOWN I Understands 2 Autor Hunter 3 -Mabe Slrfater 4 Of a main road r r -It -of Man Real estate Fncng blade Singer -de cologne African antelope .K E 3/6/[0 fr-Tirt tht: I Lae Asle s Sy 381r t Sir 0 Of =rT swevenw, 19 III II 12 N I I orri 1 1 or I WI ErI 1 rri III

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lI '[DAY. MARCH 6. tf1). AMJJA1TI. 17 HELP WANTED NEW ENGLAND BROTHERSISTER CAMPS-MASS Counselor Positions for program specialist Team Sports. Tenns. Performing Arts. Waterfront Inquire Mah-Koe-Nac(9oysh 190 Linden Ave, Glen Ridge NJ 07026 Danbe.girls). 16 Horseneck Road. Montvii NJ 07045 Pleas, call 1 800-776-0520 4-18-4 13 Summer Jobs Outdoors Over 5,000 Operninget National Parks Forasts, Fire Crews Send stamp lor free details 113E Wyoming. kalispell, MT 59001 3-A-20. COME TONEWHAMPSHRE forthesumme, Outstanding broihrlsiser sports camps on 22ml lake near 'On Golden Pond" ste seeks stat All trans pd Intervlaws avail Robindel (girla) 215-8843326, Winaukee (boya) 914-090-1033 Need volunteers for a 2 weak study of a naw psorlasia medicalon 331-5379 3Phlebotomnit Position available tmnediately Apply at. Ganesville Plasma 238 SW 4th Ave Students welcome 3-8-5-13 Summer Jobs-Camp Tahal *Oy Camp In Maina. Counseor positions available. A great way to eand Ie Summer Call ldey-Coach Chaflo. 392-069t or come by 214 Florids Gym Soccer coaches needed for Spring Season Cal YMCA 378-7172 for more inform ation (Stipende are available) 3-7-S-13 Writer/Editor Founder of hIgh-tech marketing firm seeks talented wdrtedltor in,resated in helping finlalWadit a book for publishing. 335-1228 3-7-5-13 HELP WANTED Shands Hospial at the Univeraity ol Fear ida has 1he following part lime position. avil *Secretary (1pm-Spin. -F) requires 45 CWPM. 2yra secretarial exposrenc. word processing and data entry experience *Aoceptloi lat Teampm. I-F) and 112 3Opm-Spm, M-F) requires 35 CWPM, I yr secretarial/clerical expsrlenc. as well as excellent phone skills and ability 0 deal public Pleas" specify which position interested in whan applying Applicalronresunle may be sub by Wed Mar 7, 1980 to Anna Captalo Shands Hospital at the UnIversity or Florida Bol S347 GaInesvIlle, FtL 2O E0E College Work Study needed for general secreiarlal duties 10-20 hr. per weak $4 50 per hr Call 392740 3-7-4-13 Part-time teaching aid to na5t51 afternoon enrichment program at United Church, Wednesday 1230-3 0.372-4515. 3-CAMP GREENVILLE tocatad in the Blue Ridge Hinal I looking for FIM counselors For more information. call Rober 335 351? 3-S-5-tS JC PENNY Oaks Mall Earn quick money We need atudnta to procure quality charge applications Each completed application is worth 82 50 Please contact the psraonnel manager Mon-Fri 9 10 5 ph 331-2222 EQE rF 3-9-5-13 373-FIND BUY IT. SELL ff. FIND ff. Alligator Classikds allow products, services, jobs, etc to be listed in a iroerly t -make it easier for readers to Kind your ad A simple form exptatne the stap-bystep manner in which to place an ad and will help you determine the cost Our Classified Advartisng staff will be happy to ade yeu Alligator CIaW iiads may be placed in a number of ways: I If y00 have a valid aslercard or Visa, you can place your ad by tephoing 373-FINO between 8 00 and 4 00 pm 2 You cn mai your Algator Classified form (with check, money order or MaarcardMsa Information -no cash, please) 10 Alligator ClassIfIed. PO Box 14257 Gainevill. FL 32604 3 You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W Unrarmiy Ave .bween Sam and 4 pmr. wekdays Our fined, Itiendly st will be gird *0 help you h your ad 4 You on place your ad by pron at one o The Alligator's conveient **r-al*" locadons, ON Cha -a LOCATIONS: Man Boobtor, Hub Gusfrme Service Desk Medlei Boktore, Shand$ ROlMuifon, Cashies Office Room 118 DAv Noun M-F Bam -4p M-F 8M4pum M-F 8am-Qpm Sat Noon pm Sun Noon5pm Pleas. use this form to place Alligator Classfeds Plss" follow "20 instcidonsexacdy. je careul to nludeeveythig you wish to say Request for Changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a new adults ment THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS AFTER PLACING THE AD. In event of an enor. The Aga for is responaIbleONLr or te FIRSThnsflOV, Do not use foreign language. dOubSoqmbefndid, or mannr of address vhich identfis "h ad&sse to a third party The acceptance. of payment i advertising Opy doe not Onsdft a blndng agreement on the -ol 01.he d.,enP Fkos APmopr O publIsh said cpy. Th indsepndent Ford*AAagpor rmmee I* rOgM to ct as a sole judge of ie Swbity of ay adverUsingopy submitted for publict~il mndsesrl ther right todt. rin, delay. or reject any advertng copy submitted HELP WANTED Arby a Roast Bear Now aceptn appt cations for full and part lime help Apply at Arby'. Roast eef 1406 SW 13th Sir No Phone Calls Pfe.,i 3-12 S 13 Publicity Assistants needed for Rc Sports Dept Great experience for PR major Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call 392 061 3-12 5-13 Publicity Director needed for Roc Sport Dept Great Experience for PR major Come byrm214FLGymorcall 392-OSI 3 12-5-13 BE ON I V many needed for commer cals Now hiring all ages For casting info Call 515 779-711l Exi T-235 3 6 I 13 LOOKING FOR A SUPER -SPLASHTACULARt SUMMER JOB? Summer Waves Waterpark on beautiful Jekyll iland. Ga has seasonal openings in the following areas certified lieguard., food service, merchandising, admisiona. guest services. rentals. administration, maintenance. and park services Internships available lousAg available lor nolonIl residents. March intaiewa now belng scheduled for those fun summer jobsf I Call us or your Spring Break interview Dont Ih miti For complete info, pick up an application And brochure at your collins placmeni olfica. or call 912-535-2074. Deadline for application Apel 1st 3-1-5-13 LOVE KIDS? NEED A JOB? YMCA Camp Winona of Daytona Beach has opportuniflea for Camp CounaelorsiProgrsmn Spacialiats See you SI Camp Job Fair, March B at JWRU Collanade 3-8-3-13 HELP WANTED Counselors Camp Wayne, Co ad children a Camp Northeastern Pennsyl vania 6122B21 Great opportunity for personal growth Specially Counselors needed for Tennis, Swim Sail, Basket ball. Volleyball, Soccer GymeasticsAer obrc. NatLure Camping. GuilarBatlo Sculpture, Ceramics Paining Prinmrak ing. Photography, Drama. Piano, Group Leaders. General. R N a, Nurses Aid. Bookkeeper. Drivers other positions On campus interviews, March 8th TO 3pm Reitz Union Call 515-08 3217 for more information 33-13 Recreation supervisors, camp counselors and specialist needed for summer recreallon program Oil5 83 Apply at City of Planiatioer 400 NW 73 Avenue, Plantation, FL 3-9-5-13 WIN A HAWAIIAN VACATION OR BIG SCREEN TV PLUS RAISE $96 IN JUST 10 DAYS In Objecidve Fundaais.r ComMitment: mnIm Money Raise BIg $ Coat Zsro inveanntm Campus orgamiztons. clubs. fratm. stot4 es caNOC l(BO)92 -05/*(M 72, ext. 10 40 tO 55 yr old aubjecta needed to particpate in a face percepbon stOdy Will be paid Call 371-3302 .v nmem and nunmber 3-7--13 WAITRESS SWAITER, Part-time days. nights. MUST be avail able Apring break Apply Mon -Fri SNUFFY*S, 1017W Univ Ave 3 6-4-13 I I II I I I I I I I a I II Fa .uui I 1 imigSrie I onI0 11111 1. i I o Sisslp I 8 I~ w I -y .I H I liii [ ai .I i -it wn s __11 SiIir wn C" ) Dl iW U in li DAT I -iit ---3 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ $ See eenFranaae 1 eismne m, See n CUM~ ~ CAEImrv 11111 Imm_ U ======I _eresle_1ecniiin I ss. 3g hI EI a ---I I 4 --1 1 11e 2 Ls edM l iaTacn ii A IE IaE Iiaesln n y casac~nn ans~ C HELP WANTED BE ON TV many needed for commer cals Now hiring all ages For casting info Call 8IS 719 7111 Et T 235 3 6 CRUISE SHIP JOBS Stewrts, Siewartns Maintenance Earn top dot Iar, guaranteed openings Call now tor Summer omp 1 800 926-4 exC 18 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS, terminals pcs. buy, sell, trade, rent A repair Great prices, QUALITY CCS 1OW Univ 338-038 4-3075-14 RESUMES Same day, Next day Many Styles I Fonts Editing PC Lab. 1 7 ST A Univ 372 6500 3-9-10-14 INVESTMENT CLUB limited filial $$$ required for investment -pick your own stockal Call Todd at 335 7042 anytime 3-7-14 STRIKE GOLD with th. PC tab Gold Card unlimted use O computers oftward ago,4 months 372-0600 3-9-10-14 Incois Opportunity se your own hrs. partliulf time high in eane potential What will it hurt to lock? 15 PERSONALS LADIES MAKE MONEY We buy A soft good used clothing Call Second Act 373-6527 4-3075 1S Vuarnet'Carrara/Pay BarGalor Geat pricel-rag or ra sunglasses The Oplical Laboratory 376-553 GI SW 4 Ave I block from Ala Gen 4-307515 Natural Foods and Vitamis Birkenetock Sandals Sunflower Health Foods 67S BUYth St. 312-7462 4 30 76 is PAEGNANT? Don I guess Get immediate test rca A a irom a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-00St 4 3075-15 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Gel special *tudent discaull on exams and all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0081 4 30-7IS15 Look Your Best Everydayl Call Kalle at Omega Electrolysis. Inc for nwoanted lacial & body hair 374 4307 4-3075-15 STUDENTS GET CASH& For QualIty Used Clothing Call Sandy-s 372-1226 211 W univ Ave -next to CanUal City 4-30.75-15 SAVE ON RAYBANS University Opfician. 300 SW 4 Ave. 373-4480 I FCTRAVEL GIOUPA Caun M 0 0 ca A" aN **Ot*4414it ED" -OyAA Clib Abward The Paly of yourt L Limited pact. For frrm InfWresv Cal 3824854 371.0CM N007fl22fl PaIlo Union Barber Shope-ground floor. Appoinrments for busy students. Walk-Ins wo.i. 0 expert stylists 302-1810 3Classfieda. Continued on next page WILD HAIR I Evryqayrices $20 Perm SIB li-Lits 374-87 Walk ins Welcome Univ A 13t11 St Free Parking4 I

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GATORS from, Page 20 we've gone through have brought u, a lot closer than what we were Maybe that can ture, and we can a family instead DeVoe, who day he will not manent coach's help us in the fbecome mor like of individuals." announced Tuesapply for the perposition, agreed. "When these freshmen become seniors and they're complemented by other people who come into the program, these guys are going to be butt-kickers. It will take a few years. but it will all come together for the Gators." Swimmers among the best Preliminary rankings Monday after this past weekend's action show three LIF women's swimmers and one relay team are rated best in the nation AROUND SPORTS liF's No. I list: Kristen Linehan in the 100and 200-meter backstroke, Julie Gorman in the 200 butterfly, Whitney Hedgepeth in the 200 freestyle and UFs 400 individual medley team. Meanwhile, UF's Sidney Brinson and Dady Vincent qualified for the NCAA chainpionships Sunday, competing in time Inals of the 1990 Florida Championships in Or lando Elsewhere. At Athens, Ga. the No. 2 Georgia men's tennis team defeated LF 63 Monday The Bulldogs clinched the victory in singles play, where Bruce Haddad was the only UF winner.After going l-2 last week, the UF baseball team dropped nine places and stands at No. 27 in the latest Collergiate Baseball/ESPN poll. Wichita State (8-0) is No. 1, followed by Florida State (14-2) and Miami (15-2) Compiled from Alligator staff and wore reparis. i LIfSDAY, MARC H 6. 149. AIJ IGA1YR, 19 Poole gets honor UF freshman basketball player Slatvty Poole on Monday was named the Southrartern Conference's Rookie of the Week for action from Feb 26 to March 4 Poole, a 6foot-6 forward from jatkonvill, led the Gators with 22 points in the Gators' upset of 15th-ranked louisiana State last Tuesday, and paced hF with 18 points in a loss to Alabama on Saturday Overall, Poole was 19-for-38 shooting from the field He also grabbed 10 rebounds and made three assists. -ALLIGATOR STAFF THE CENTER FOR JEWISH STUDIES "WILL OUR GRANDCHILDREN BE JEWISH?.' The Future of the American Jewish Community a public lecture by Mr. Charles Siberman Wednesday, March 7, (,annct Auditorium, X 00 p m A reception will follow the lecture in room 400 of rhe Ret, :ton lhbs prngan is funded in part by tbe (,ary R Gcrson Annuil I turc I ndowrent, fi Humrnamts (,uncil and the 0,, newiclle kwih Appea Phi Alpha Delta -Pro-Law Fraternity Presents DATING GAME II: Bid-A-Date $3 00 in advance all night 99 cent drink specials at Wednesday, March Doors Open Early $4.00 at the Door show starts at 10 PM Tickets Available at GPA Best Jewelry 8 Loan, Embassy Limousines, Barbrn Casa Palmero, Captain D's, KISS 105 FM They touct can't Ius! We've got a great campus location plus we will honor all competitor's automotive coupons* from the Spring Papermint & the Gainesville Sun's Clip-It Coupon Book rmst bring hi complelor s upon not d sernces available Exp. 3/12/99 vUniverdly Shun l215 NW 13th St. next to McDonSldS3746 FLOktDA BLUE Kry ad STUDENT GOVERNMENT Present WITH CANDIDATES FOR AINESVILLE CITY COMMISSIO DISTRICT 3 Wednesday, March 7 5:0 p.M. McCarty Audhitrhun BLACK NAM CARE Everyday Prices I iscartn Curl S35 M .n a 10 WILD HAIR 3748687 4**aliiss*4iti4isav** ats*** i UNIVERSITY GOLF COURSE "wilight Special" CART AND GREEN FEES $10.00 ALL-YOU PLAY 3:30-Sun Monday through Friday Pro Sho 375-4866 1 ALAW -CANset y P4

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.10 AIJ(.ATOR, I k S1 DAY, MAN( If i6 IW SPORTS UF fans have own ideas for hoops squad It was a fitting end do an unfitting season Ihe fins, who managed to stv to the end of the Alabama game, gave the UF basket ball team siading ovation as it left the 0C onnell Centercourt forthe final time this season And it didn't go unnoticed, at least by the players who gave sobd effort despite the adversily they faced "It's unbelievable That made me feel great." Stacey Poole said We didn't ask to lose 14 games but I don't think some people looked at it that way Every time we stepped on the court, we gave our utmost I guess that doesn't satisfy some people H Dan Stiffler HO0PSC0 P ) -s, St ey. Gators ans are hard to sa4sly lust ask interim coach Don DtVoe He know, He ]ihtentd to the boos and cook tie threatening calls to his home The fans railed DeVoe to the point where tdoeti Iwant to be coach next year But Sit uew ( ot It shouldn't fear the orange and bhWi mo's-s flooding the O'Dome next seaVon Not all the fans. at least not theones sitting io the reserved section behind the UF bench Saturday, thought DeVoe deserved the abuse All one has to do is ask, because one Constant remained the same this season the fans always have a opinion So was DeVoe treated fairly this season? "I think DeVoe's done about as good as he could do with material that he had," Steve Berryhill of Gainesville said "But he needed to give them a chance to wn, We need a top coach and we don't need to spare the exBut not everyone agrees. Sylvia Atwood knew exactly what type of coach the Gators need. "We need a fresh young coach, someone the town would get behind," Atwood said, 'We need somebody brand new, someone not known around here But the best suggestion of the day came from Peggy Saited, who said the Gators need to get an established coach "Maybe Jim Valvano," she said, "We need to keep the excitement around herei Didn't Norm Sloan come frnm North Carolina State also? Emw The college basketball world suffered a tragic loss Sunday when Loyola Marymount's Hank Gathers died Sunday from an apparent cardiac arrest. The effects are being felt around the nation, even on the UP squad. "It was really sad to see him low his life," guard Renaldo Garcia said. "it goes to show that you have to value your life and be thankful for what you have because a lot of times you don't know what the future holds for you." Some Gators tried to remain philosophical. "I just felt like it was his time togo," Poole said. "Luckily, he left doing what he loved and that was playing ball" Season was By MIKE DAME Alligator Staff Writer It was billed as Midnight Madness, UF's first official basketball practice session of the 1989-90 season. Some 5,000 crazed Gators fans turned out to see their returning heroes -Dwavne Schintzius, Livingston Chatman, Dwayne Davis, Renaldo Garcia -begin their quest for a second consecutive Southeastern Conference crown Nom, Sloan could see the potential With his first look at that veteran UE team, ranked No 23 in The Associated Press' preseason poll, the coach knew his squad had the ability to repeat as SEC champion and possibly reach the NCAA Tournament's Final Four But Father Time has been cruel to the Gators since that first practice Oct. 15 5 Sloan and his staff resigned under pressure Oct 31 Sophomore forward Kelly McKinnon left the team Nov 29 for personal reasans He has since transferred to Jacksonville University Chatman and Schintzius quit the squad in January under the tenure of m-n erin coach Don DeVoe And the once-mighty team dropped a school-record-tying 14 consecutive games 'nightmare' for Gators since losing &chintius 'It's been a nightmare, but youjust have togoon."said Garcia, nowone ofonly four Gators remaining from last season's SEC champion [earn 'You cant just sit back and think about all that stuff "Some situations you just worry about, and some situations you just have no control over Thisyear, we had a lot of players that were affected by some decisions our teammates made, and you just have to live with it and keep playing You can't give up. It's a part of hfe." Since Sloan's departure, the team literally has fallen apart. Several players were bitter over the way the coaches' resignations were handled by the athletic administraton, and Schntzius and Chatman did not show up for DeVoe's first practice session -foreshadowing the crippling events that lay ahead for UF Chatman left the team for an indefinite period Jan 14,citing "mental burnout' and nagging knee problems as his reasons. That same day, Schintzius involved himself in a fraternity party incident that landed him an idefinte suspension from the team He quit the team Jan 25 after feuding with DeVoe over his lobster" hairdo, saying he would not "sail under the authority of Captain Ahab." KEVI MSNitWSKi -AWuadow Newcomers like Hosie Gdmslay were counted on as starters this season. Gathers' unit IS l ha I LOS ANGELES -Teammates of Loyola Marymount basketball star Hank Gathers, the top pro prospect who died duringagame Sunday, postponed a decision on whether they will continue their basketball season into the NCAA Tournament without their stricken superstar Gather,, the 11th-leading scorer in NCAA history, collapsed Sunday during the semifinals of the West Coast Conference tournament and died at a hospital without regaining consciousness. He was 23, The WCC Tournament, the winner of which receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, was canceled after Gathers was pronounced dead at 9-55 pm. EST at Daniel Freeman Mario Hospital. Although an official cause of death had not The result' Before the two players lei( LIP was &-5 In their absence, the Calors lost 14 consecutive games before snapping the streak with a 7663 upset victory over 15th-ranked louisiana State last Tuesday "It's a bad feeling," Davis said. "laist year, we were winning -we were the champs This year we thought about NCAA Final Four and the Top 10 at the start, but things just happened It jusL messed up everything UPs veterans aren't the only ones who have suffered through the unimaginable turn of events. Six newcomers joined the Gatorsprogram this seasonwith thepromise of continued greatness and national exposure. Instead, they were a part of one of the worst teams in school history, and the only exposure they received was of the negative variety "It's been difficult," freshman guard Hosie Grimsley said. "It seemed like the first day I stepped here the newspaper had things that had been going wrong in the past. Then, after the second week of practice, the coaching staff got fired, and that really took a lot out of the whole team It's been real hard The events of the season have left many asking "what if, but Garcia said there are no its about it "I think we could have won the SEC again with the team we had at the beginrnvg of the year." Garcia said 'There's no doubt in my mind But that's something you never know, and this is the team we have now, this is the team of the future, and hopefully we can rebuild this program Despite the horrid season UF has endured, the Cators themselves see the experience as possibly a blessing in disguise DeVoe, although not by choice, has started three freshmen in the second half ofthe seasonalongwithjuniorsGarciaand Davis, providing them with invaluable experience at an early age. 'This year an be a real helpful year for the coming years," freshman guard Scott Stewart said "If all of us stick together and stay here and fight it out, our hearts are going to be hard as rocks next year. I'm not happy that things went like they did, because wanted to beon asuccessful team, a winning team. But there art no regrets for me coming here. 'Ile things see estate, page 19 death leaves Loyola tentative been determined, Gathers had suffered heart problems before. Conference officials announced they would offer the bid to [oyola, the league's regular-season champion. Coach Paul Westhead met with his play. ers before holding an emotional half-hour news conference Monday on campus. "Ihe fact that we haven't made a decision (about the NCAA Tournament) is because we haven't raised the question," Westhead said. "If the question was, would the team play today or tomorrow or in three days, we wouldn't play. Our concern right now is with Hank and his family." Flags on campus were flow at half-staff, and classes went on as scheduled. A sign on the door of the gym at Gersten Pavilion said, "Hank We Love You." A mss was held at the Sacred Heart Chapel on the campus of the Roman Catholic university, operated by the Jesuit order. "I don't care if wedon't playanothergame this year." said guard Jeff Fryer, who struggled for words. "We just lost a great part of our family. Before the game in the locker room, Hank said he was feeling strong as ever, We just don't understand how a man that could be that strong could leave us so quickly." Gathers averaged 29 points and 10.8 reboundsagamnethisseason. Hewasexpected to be a high choice in the upcoming NBA draft. Last seaion, he became only the second player in NCAA history to lead the nation in scoring (32.7) and rebounding (13.7) His final dunk gave him 2,222 points in his career.