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I Lombard: Education key to easing i tensionBy I



GEOFF BOUCHER relatively difficult to achieve." Lombardi, who previously has taught a find college just isn't for them, which is part
Alligator Staff Writer Lombardi said the proposal to create a race relations course, said he would be of a "natural process." Still other students
cultural awareness course, a concept that willing to teach the class at UF. He said the drop out because of expenses and the pres-
There are no"quick fix"solutions to racial has recently dominated task force discus- best approach would be to get several in- sure an outside job can put on academics.
discord,and the best way to tackle the issueis sions, can be successful if it informs stu- structors from different disciplines to offer They get these minority financial aid
through the education process, new UP dents, has them question what they learn the class, each using the same syllabus. packages and then they come here and they
President John Lombardi!told a campus task and lets them make up their own minds. Lombardi also told task force membersthat find they don't quite have it all together,"
force Tuesday. "I'm always reluctant about spending before ways can be found to boost UFs Lombardi said.
Lombardi! spent his second day at UP scarce resources on preaching," said "significantly low"minority graduation rate, He said students who leave without de-
discussing campus racial issues with the Lombardi, former provost of Johns Hopkins the different causes have to be identified.He grees hit UF with a "double whammy", not
Quality of Life Task Force, a group set up University. "I'm a major believer in said some minority students are only putting a dent in the student body, but
to examine the status of UPs black and changing behavior instead of attitudes. driven off by an imposing or hostile environ- costing the school potential educators.The .

Hispanic students. Lombardi!, wearing a ra- "I'd rather see us work on a content ment,while others bring disadvantages with task force was set up by Lombardi's
cial harmony button, told task force mem- course addressing races and classes in his- them,such as a poor high school curriculumor predecessor, Interim LF President Robert
bers not to expect instant answers. torical context," said Lombardi, who is alsoa a language barrier. He said these "out-of- Bryan, last December in response to the
"We need to learn to be tolerant and learnto Latin American history professor. "Let's synch" students are the targets of tutoringand growing racial tension at UF. The 19 mem-
remove institutional obstacles,"Lombardisaid. give a sense of'who we are' and 'why we're mentor programs. bers were given an April 15 deadline to
"It's relatively easy to say, and it's here' instead of'what we ought to think.'" Lombardi said others leave because they submit their recommendations.


President's fund-raising



ability impresses leaders


Q This is the third of a 5- arl series million campaign at the Johns Hopkins
examining the issues facing President University.Here .
John Lombardi as he leads UF Mo anew is a man who is arriving at UF 41Aa
decade.By. when it is touting the $107 million it
spends on research-a big moneymakerfor
RONALD DUPONT JR.
the school. Lombardi just left a university ,
Alligator Writer
that spends $557 million on re-
Ask administrators and search.
alumni whether new UF Pres- And here is a man who is
ident John Lombardi! will be a arriving at UF when it is thank-
good fund-raiser, and they'll ing former President Marshall
look stunned. They say it's a Criser and former interim PresIdent -
l
dumb question sort of like Robert Bryan for their
asking if Michael Jordan can efforts in raising money for the
play basketball or if Emmitt fund-raising campaign.
Smith can play football. Lombardi started raising
I Indeed, inquire about money for UF even before he
Lombardi's ability to raise began as its president.
-
and some UF officials jumble their "
money "A man for all reasons, declared a
words in an effort to say several positive headline touting Lombardi in the March
things about the man in one breath. issue of UFs Today magazine.That Y
After all, they say, here is a man whoIs
arriving at UF when it is boasting aboutits sentiment is echoed in the com-
$250 million ments of administrators and alumni alike.
fund-raising campaign -
the largest in UFhistory. Lombardi,how- "He will be great at fund raising," said r
ever,just finished participating in a $600
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Campus forum features District 3 candidates IA ,reeqrs /

By BLAKE FONTENAY, Florida Blue Key and Student Govern:
Alligator Writer ment,will be free and open to the public.
For years, the city commission was
Due to a recent change in composed of five membersthe
structure of the Gainesville elected to "at-large" seats. The
City Commission, stu- city was divided into three dis-
dents may have a greater tricts in 1988. Under the new
impact on elections this year system, voters in each district
than ever before. elect a commissioner to represent "
The four candidates for the G their interests, while two ILI 14 I Is
District 3 commission seat commissioners still are chosen
plan to participate in a forum atlarge.on .1
campus today that could MARCH 13 Although voters in District 1 E. ANN STODDARO
help students use their newfound elected a commissioner in Dress for success
voting power more wisely. 1988, the other two district seats have not UF President John Lombardi models Gator boxer shorts given to him by the

The candidates will field questions been contested until this year. Panhellenic and Interfraternity councils during the official student welcome

about local issues at 5 p.m. in McCarty celebration Tuesday.
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I UF's Hispanic faculty organizes groupGoals UF student's


Include assisting students providing role models, recruitingBy murder trialpostponed

CHRISTY HARRIS ing at ways to make evaluation criteria and
Alligator Writer "One of the most important entrance requirements, such as standard-
ized tests fair for everyone. Members would
The newly formed Hispanic Faculty Association factors in a student's adjust- speak for the need to revise such tests if
wants to help UF increase Hispanic ment is developing they're biased against minorities. He ex-
mean-
representation on campus, support Hispanics plained why some Hispanic students don'tscore By DUANE MARSTELLER
already here and provide them with acrosscultural ingful relationships with well on the College Level Academic Alligator Writer
meeting place. Skills Test.
The group got its charter, elected officers faculty who are of similar "One possible explanation is that for many The trial of UF graduate student Jens
and adapted a constitution two weeks ago. background. Hispanic students, English is their second Peter Hansen charged in connectionwith
Its purpose, as stated in its constitution, "is language," he said. the Sept. 1 shooting death of a
to support the University's efforts to increasethe Gerardo Gonzalez The faculty group is counting on UF Pres- pathology professor will be delayed an-
participation of Hispanics. ., to articu- ident John Lombardi's! support of its mission. other month because of pending motions -
late current needs and interests of Hispanicsand Hispanic Faculty Lombard!, a Latin American studies expert a judge decided Tuesday.
to offer a collegial! network for the ad- Association president will be the guest of honor at the group's Circuit Judge Robert P. Cates post-
vancement and welfare of Hispanic faculty inaugural reception March 14. poned Hansen's trial, originally sched-
members. ." creasing the number of Hispanic faculty we Increasing Hispanic representation on uled to begin March 19, until April
Membership is open to"all faculty,admin- can contribute to their success. Faculty can campus is only one of the faculty group's because of a pending defense motion that
istrators and professional employees who serve as mentors to the students." goals. Another is to better support Hispanic seeks to throw out evidence found in
are Hispanic or concerned with Hispanic Hispanic Faculty Association Secretary faculty and students already here by lending Hansen's car.Hansen .
issues."About 25 people are members. Celia Martin a clinical and community di- talent to Hispanic Heritage Week and open- 43, is charged with first-de-
Gerardo Gonzalez, the group's presidentand etetics professor said she joined the group ing a cross-cultural meeting place where gree murder in connection with the
Quality of Life Task Force co-chairman: because Hispanic faculty members'opinions minority students can feel comfortable. shooting death of Arthur Kiyoshi
said Hispanic faculty members are the sec- often went unheard. "There's ben some concern expressedthat Kimura, a professor of pathology at
ond-least represented group on campus,with "We all kind of felt like the Hispanic faculty there really isn't a place on campus Shands Hospital.
the least being Native Americans. Of UFs had no voice in the university," Martin said. where Hispanics can gather to celebrate i Kimura,who died at Shands two hours
more than 3,000 faculty members, 37 are "We were almost invisible. We wanted to let their own cultural events a place to call after being shot in the head, was chair-
Hispanic. About 35 more Hispanics are ad- them know we're there." home where they can feel welcome" Gon- man of a committee that denied Hansena
ministrators or professional employees. He Hispanic student enrollment has hoveredat zalez said. doctorate. Police say that was Hansen's
said members will help increase the numberof about five percent not changing much in He said the meeting place is more likelyto motive.
Hispanic faculty by telling others about the past few years Gonzalez said. UF is be included in a building yet to be con- Steve Berstein Hansen's attorney
job openings. projected to fall 17 percent short of the Boardof structed because there isn't enough room in said the State Attorney's Office has not
"We're all involved in various professional Regents' 1992 goal for increased Hispanic existing buildings. had time to respond to his motion to
organizations"Gonzalez said."We can serveas enrollment.The faculty group wants to help Milena Lanzas Hispanic Student Associa- throw out evidence Alachua County
recruiters and advocates." UF reach or come closer to that goal and tion public relations officer said Hispanic Sheriffs deputies found in Hansen's Ford
UF needs more Hispanic faculty as role become more proportionate to Florida's gen- faculty members and students need to work Mustang the day after the shooting.
models for Hispanic students and to show eral Hispanic population. together and that she would like Hispanic Chief Assistant State Attorney John
non-Hispanic students that people from "Hispanic faculty can advocate for greater faculty members to become more involvedin i Carlin who is trying the case was out of
other cultures are successful he said. recruiting efforts (for students)," Gonzalez her group's activities including Hispanic town and could not be reached for com
"One of the most important factors in a said. "Hispanic students are also un- Heritage Week. ment. Assistant State Attorney Gordon
student's adjustment is developing meaningful derrepresented in scholarship support." "Just knowing they're behind us, that Groland who represented the state at
relationships with faculty who are of Gonzalez who also is the interim coun- we're not alone," Lanzas said. That would Tuesday's hearing also could not be
similar background," Gonzalez said. "By in- selor education chair said the group is look- help a lot." reached for comment.

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Pakistan (UPI) Rebels led by the ing had raged around Kabul. Moscow reports said the i! Mr. Charles Silberman
Afghan defense minister tried to overthrow fighting broke out at the airport, around the Defense 3 Wednesday March 7, Gannett Auditorium, 8:00: p.m.A .
Afghanistan's Soviet-backed regime Tuesday but their Ministry and that the presidential palace was bombed. | reception will follow the lecture in room 400 of the Reitz Union
failed fierce in which There unknown number of casualties.A .
following
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the presidential palace was bombed in the capital city later communique broadcast by the radio said fl Endowment program Thc l Humanities Council and the Gainesville Jewish Appeal.
of Kabul, the government and news reports said. Tanai had "fled to an unknown place." At one point, nSTK
"Defense Minister Shah Nawaz Tanai and a handfulof officials called for his return "dead or alive."
warmongering and extremist elements and power Najibullah came to power in 1986, seven years after
hungry persons resorted to armed action against the the Soviets invaded in December 1979 to support the
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foiled by the armed forces deployed in Kabul City and rebels within months of the pullout. r
that the situation is under control by the government." Tanai is a professional soldier who rose quickly
Earlier Tuesday, reports from Moscow and the through the ranks to become army chief of staff. He
United Nations headquarters in New York said fight was appointed defense minister by Najibullah in 1987.


. Oil drilling in Everglades considered I

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next month will consider expanding oil explorationinto those spills occurred seven years ago,leaving a three-
the Everglades as recommended by state environ- acre stand of cypress trees dead.
mental officials despite 811 oil spills in south Floridain Officials said about half of the spills are the resultof
the last 18 years. corrosion or punctures in the oil companies' net
State Department of Natural Resources officials work of pipelines. 115iVie"
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The report made no mention of the spills that have Department of Environmental Regulation official said.
allowed an estimated 163,000 gallons of crude oil to Gov. Bob Martinez has stated his opposition in the o
seep into South Florida's soil along with 120,000 past to any oil exploration in the Everglades. Attorney
gallons of saltwater, which is a by-product of pumpingoil. General Bob Butterworth has initiated a review of the
.The law only requires oil companies to report spillsof state's oil policies. However, the five remaining
210 gallons or more. Cabinet members are expected to give great con- Established 1978
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officers responsible for ousting President-for-life Len arson that erupted in the 48 hours after he took control
nox Sebe in the nominally independent homeland of while Sebe was out of the homeland. Sebe has ruled
Ciskei declared a state of emergency Tuesday as Ciskei with an iron hand since the territory accepted
violence subsided in the region. Pretoria's controversial independence offer in 1981.
Foreign Minister Roelof"Pik"Botha told Parliamentof No official casualty reports were available,but doc
the state of emergency made by Ciskei's fourmember tors reported 20 dead and 300 injured during the
ruling military council.No rampages Sunday and Monday, most from stabbingsand
immediate information on the declaration was gunshots. Injuries also were attributed to
available from Ciskei, where doctors reported Tuesday drunkenness, brawls and car accidents.
as many as 20 dead and 300 wounded in the Since the Feb. 11 release of black nationalist Nelson
aftermath of a bloodless coup ousting Sebe. Mandela, protests and violence have been on the
Pretoria has pledged not to crush the popular increase in the homelands amid calls for reunificationwith
rebellion led by Brig. O. Josh Gqozo who said he South Africa. Police in Ciskei launched a crackdown
moved against Sebe Sunday because of widespread last month on anti-Sebe protests and as manyas
corruption and violence "ordered and sanctioned" by eight people were killed on Feb. 11 during celebrations Y g
the 64-year-old leader. for Mandela's release.
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. Gorbachev against unified Germany in NATOMOSCOW I !4rt 1 c

(UPI) Soviet leader Mikhail Gor- East Germany currently is a member of the Soviet- t
bachev, meeting with East German Premier Hans led Warsaw Pact while West Germany is in NATO.
Modrow, dismissed the idea Tuesday of a united The Soviet side has proposed that the so-called
Germany being a member of NATO, Soviet officials four-plus-two talks involving the Soviet Union,
said.Modrow Britain, France and the United States plus the two
met both the Soviet president and Premier Germanys should deal with issues other than internal
Nikolai Ryzhkov for talks on German reunification. problems caused by creating a single Germany.
Soviet Foreign Ministry spokesman Gennady Modrow, who flew into Moscow Monday, immedi-
Gerasimov said that Gorbachev "dismissed the idea ately agreed on the four-plus-two talks on unity for the r
of a united Germany remaining in NATO." Germanys divided since the end of World War II.
East German spokesman Wolfgang Maier,who also In Brussels, West German Foreign Minister Hans-
briefed the press, said a new united German state Dietrich Genscher confirmed Monday that the offi-
could not be 'a part of the North Atlantic Treaty cials of the four World War II allies will start talks
Organization. next week with representatives from the two Ger-
"The two sides agreed that the inclusion of one manys.
Germany in NATO is unacceptable because it wouldbe Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze told
a threat to European security," Maier said. "The Soviet journalists Monday that a Warsaw Pact meeting
inclusion of one Germany in NATO would be a con- scheduled before the March 18 East German electionswill
tinuation of the Cold War in a new era." be held after the balloting, the Tass news agency
Gorbachev has accepted the idea of a united Ger-
said.The
many but he has said the four Allied powers and two East German elections could indicate how fast
,Germanys must decide on security concerns such as East Germany may ,move toward unity with West
participation in military blocs. Germany.



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WEDNESDAY MARCH 7,1990,ALLIGATOR 5


MONEYfrom Alumni That means Affairs.the money can be spentto Police nab escaped prisonerCanine

page 1 make top programs even better or

Duke Crittenden, president of Gator placed in a special interestbearingaccount
Boosters, the 10,000-member UF that can be used later for tracks down escapee near Alachua County jailBy

alumni organization. "He's the type of scholarships, minority recruitment or MIKE BRUSCELL Gainesville police.'? Quinn was handcuffed and
person who demands respect. He's other special programs, he said. taken to the jail in an unmarked police car drivenby
Alligator Writer
very articulate. He's excellent at ex- "Unrestricted money coming into a Officer Reginald Johnson. When they reached

plaining why they need the money." college" gives them a lot more flexibility Achase through about five miles of woods near the jail Quinn escaped from the car

Lombardi! uses a mixture of humor, Lindgren said. the Alachua County jail ended with the arrest of "He was handcuffed in front and he was able
literary quotations statistics and a Perhaps the only fears about the a Gainesville man who escaped from police Tuesto get out of the car," Darnell said. "It's not really
strong voice in his speeches and has Capital Campaign have been over the day afternoon, Gainesville police said. equipped to handle prisoners."
fact that Lombardi! is not from Florida
already appeared before several West and will have trouble winning Florida George Quinn III, who is being held in jail on Suereth and Alf, along with other Gainesville
the
groups, including powerful $1 million bail for previous drug violations, was
alumni Student Body President Ed police and Alachua County Sheriffs officers,
Palm Beach alumni That
group. group found by Sgt. Ron Suereth and police! dog Alf
.
Scales said."Lombardi tracked Quinn through five miles of heavily
Lombardi! ovation at
gave a standing a hiding in a area about a mile from the
is a crackerjack acade- swampy wooded, swampy ground before finding him at
January event then proceeded to give
Alachua 3333 NE 39th Ave. Gainesville
UF more money than has ever been mician, but he is not a Floridian" County jail! about 5 p.m.,Darnell said. Quinn tried to escape,
Lt. Sadie
Darnell said.
given at a UF fund-raising banquet. Scales said. "He is going to have to police but was bitten by Alf. He was taken to Alachua
make the contacts he needs just to getit Quinn was first arrested Tuesday at about 1:30: General Hospital for treatment, and was scheduled
"We have an opportunity (to be a (the campaign) status quo much p.m. after being stopped on a traffic violation by to return to the jail Tuesday night.
national top-10 public university) be- less -
somewhat late in the progress.
cause we
come Lombardi! said he doesn't see it that FORUMfrom come the chance to face the college crowd."I .
game Lombardi! told the West Palm
Beach alumni, his voice rising in prep- way. Alumni don't simply look at him page 1 think it's a good thing for me to bring my
aration for his next two sentences. when deciding whether to donate ideas to campus," said Craig Hedgecock a con
money he said. On March 13, voters will elect the first com- sulting engineer and part-time UF engineering
"We come after Berkeley has made "What sells the University of Florida
missioners to represent District 2,which includesthe professor.
its mistakes, and UCLA has screwed ,in addition to the president sellingit Student Ghetto and northwest Gainesville
,
Realtor Tom McKnew said he would be at no
and and
up Michigan's getting tired is the university itself" Lombardi! and District 3, which includes southwest Gaines- more of a disadvantage today than Murphy was
is over-extended and Colum-
Hopkins said."There's an illusion that the pres- ville and the precinct where students living on
when he appeared at forums sponsored by the
bia is into deficit he
running added ident is a lone ranger going out there campus may vote. Only the District 3 candidateswill Gainesville Board of Realtors and the Gainesville
his open hand lightly hitting the podium selling it. That's not the case." be involved in today's forum. Home Builders Association.
in front of him. "We at
come a
The is the first
time when we know what needs to be' Capital Campaign One candidate who would seem to have a "Every faction ought to have a forum," he said.
such effort started
fund-raising ever "home field advantage" in the forum is Michael "I'm that Florida is
Blue
done in a new academic environment"Lombardi's UF. UF to initiate sucha delighted Key doingone.
by attempted
Murphy a UF student who lives and works as a ."
speeches have been campaign as early as 1972, but not resident assistant at Yulee Hall.
part of UFs Capital Campaign, a fund- enough personnel were assigned to do W.E. "Mac" McEachern, a retired telephone
raising effort started in 1988 and fund raising Lindgren said. "Ifll be a good chance for the students to come technician said Sunday he might not attend.
and the candidates he said. "It
out grill will
scheduled to raise $250 million by In fact, in 1972 there were three put "That's right in the time that I need to be in
December 1991. UF already has $223 people assigned to fund raising. Now pressure on them if they realize that students" are the neighborhoods," he said Sunday. Alfredo
going to come out and vote this time.
million with about$90 million comingin there are 35. And it is the enlarged Alvarado,Blue Key director of community affairs
the last year from more than 40,000 staff along with the commitment from But Tad Delegal, Blue Key's director of divisions said Tuesday that McEachern had agreed to
individuals and organizations.The administrators, that has made the said he wanted the forum to be fair to all attend.

money raised in the $250 mil campaign successful Lindgren the candidates.
lion campaign is particularly important added. "We're not trying to rig this for Michael Murphy correctionHare

to UF because there are no Lombardi! agreed. ," he said. "We want to give the students a Krishnas rely on both conversion and

restrictions on where that money can "UF is just starting in this game," chance to become familiar with all of the candi procreation for the continuation of their faith. The

be used said Robert LJndgren vice he said. "It's the first round, and UF dates." Alligator reported otherwise on this page Tues-

president of UF Development and is doing spectacular." The "non-student" candidates say they wel- day.


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OPINIONS




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This is it. Tonight ,




Tonight, the first
in "a long time" will

Auditorium. ON


other Management candidates for

sues and students'
been saying under

face that Murphy

vote, let alone

Well, wake up e b be

staff, along with
cent of the

or racial sector, you
they'd have at least

senting their views
TO, THE EDITOR .
But the sheer

people of this great industry to stop using tuna that is
don't vote in any eating tuna caught by slaughtering dolphins. Men are rewardedfor

But homeless people Wendy Maynard
dolphins violent actionsEditor
and their concerns 4JM

don't vote either, yet : I attended a Faculty does not : Why, it appears a reader
least during election Students for the Ethi- wants to know, does The Alligator
of Animals. use decompressionEditor print articles about the shoddy I
Some students will 458.:0. I learned angered treatment of females by males,and
last month's Student me. I think that if : As chairman of the not the abuse of males by females? I
knew how industries University's Animal Care and Use
and many more were Why? Because there is simplyno
they would recon- Committee, I, too, am concerned
vote, they might not comparison, in both occurrenceand
and
purchasing eating about some of the animal studies
is-
student, but they will severity, between the two
that are proposed. But I am also
Tonight is the last the next time a concerned about the human sues.Go
about eating tuna still to the emergency room in
a problems we are struggling to
dents have to let the
hospital Who beat-up,shot and
they should first think overcome like disease, addiction, any
in this city that needs hundreds of dolphins that poverty, pollution and ignorance. stabbed most of the people there?
show up, we have no each day by the in- Someone has to speak for Not women.

It would be an fishing practices of the animals and humans,and this com- Ask the one out of every three
university community mittee has been given this federal women in the United States who
that tuna swim under responsibility.Our will be raped by a man during their
didate, if the of dolphins. Tuna fish committee meetings are life who has it worse!

Murphy has spent locate these pods and open, and I encourage all interested If that weren't enough, the
forums sponsored by with speedboats until people to attend. You can majority of these rapes will be com
Realtors basically observe the discussions of why mitted by men they know, in their
throw underwater animals are used and what will be own homes!
have chance
a to their midst to disorient done with them.
in city government. the tuna and dolphins. Cassie White's concern about been The problem is that violence and has
reinforced, encouraged
the dolphins and tuna
Whether you high altitude hypoxia lack of rewarded in boys and men their
with net and
a nylon oxygen caused by the of
decided, tonight's use entire lives. From war toys when

didates in District 3 dolphins drown or are fa- animal decompression euthanasia chambers, is shared for one is five,to football in high school
by
in and Slugfest in college, men are
campus votes in the process. More many.
trained to enjoy and appreciate con
forums for the voters dolphins are killed Our committee does not
approve quest through violence.
by these murderous fish-
decompression
chambers for
Listen the
to euthanasia. The American Veterinary Meanwhile, most little girls are
registered, one of I this is outrageous. So Medical Association does not given Barbie dolls and later in life
next city are working to recommend decompression. UF get congratulated for being prom
that bother you. animals from extinction, faculty do not use decompression queens or Diamond Dolls.
industry is allowed to chambers.All Quite frankly, women are tiredof
The forum starts
numbers of gentle sea methods of euthanasia have violence, especially at this cam-

their advantages and disad- pus. We are outraged that men do
have to make a vantages. Our committee reviews not take our complaints seriously
show the tuna industry euthanasia methods proposed by like the frat boys laughing as
actions will no longer be faculty to make sure they're ap- the Take Back the Night march
Managing Editor propriate. If anyone has other in- against rape went down frat row.
Mary Shedden way to get to big busi- formation that would help our This is why there are so many
their profits. committee continue to make articles about mens' unfair treat-
Utters Letter to the Policy editor should not ( ) everyone must responsible and humane decisions, ment of women.-This is why there
typed double-spaced and signed. and let the companies please contact me. will be even more.
number.Names will be withheld Faral. Tomson Sarah Gorge,
the editorial' page editor at 37 -
Together, we can force the tuna Animal Care. and .Use.Committee. d. .".. IJF., .



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ALL YOU CAN EAT! guard Collegiate Monday Drug when Awareness the National Week tive and restrict civil liberties. ,

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BARBECUE CHICKEN
99 Charles Willett,chairman of said. ,
.n Enjoy your fill of Sonny's chicken Gainesville's chapter of the Amer- Mediator Harvey Oyer, a senior '
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s thought we were only dealing tain and let people home and I'
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What are you



waiting for ?


This is it. Tonight could be your last chance.

Tonight, the first student candidate for city commissionin

"a long time" will be part of a forum at McCarty

Auditorium. ON CAMPUS. FOR FREE.
A
Management major Michael Murphy and the three

other candidates for District 3 will be discussing city is-

sues and students' role in them. City people have sort of

been saying under their breath and some to Murphy'sface

that Murphy has no chance of getting students to

vote, let alone winning.

Well, wake up Gainesville. UF students, faculty and

staff, along with those at Santa Fe, make up about 50 per-
cent of the population of this city. If they were an ethnicor

racial sector, you can bet your sweet petunia that

they'd have at least one, probably two members repre-.

senting their views on the city commission. .
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But the sheer number of students doesn't scare the

people of this great city because they know students industry to stop using tuna that is
don't vote in any capacity that would make a difference.But Stop eating tunato caught by slaughtering dolphins. Men are rewardedfor

homeless people don't vote, yet they are provided for save dolphinsEditor Wendy Maynard violent actionsEditor
and their concerns are addressed. Statistically, the poordon't 4JM
vote either, yet their needs are considered at : Recently, I attended a Faculty does not : Why, it appears a reader
with Students for the Ethi-
least during election time. meeting wants to know, does The Alligator
cal Treatment of Animals.
use decompressionEditor print articles about the shoddy
Some students will vote. More than 500 registered in The things I learned angeredand treatment of females by males,and
last month's Student Government voter registration drive disgusted me. I think that if : As chairman of the not the abuse of males by females? I

and many more were already registered. When they do more people knew how industries University's Animal Care and Use Why? Because there is simplyno
treat animals they would recon- Committee I too concerned
am
vote, they might not have enough power to elect a fellow sider their purchasing and eating about some of the animal studies comparison, in both occurrence
and between the two is-
student, but they will at least demand some recognition. behaviors.For that are proposed. But I am also severity,

Tonight is the last chance in this campaign that stu- example, the next time a concerned about the human sues.Go to the in
person thinks about eating a tuna problems we are still struggling to emergency room
dents have to let the candidates know they are a factionin shot and
any hospital Who beat-up,
sandwich, they should first think overcome like disease, addiction,
this city that needs to be dealt with. But if 20 people about the hundreds of dolphins that poverty, pollution and ignorance. stabbed most of the people there?

show up, we have no one to blame but ourselves.It are killed each day by the in- Someone has to speak for Not women.

would be an embarrassing showing, not only for the humane fishing practices of the animals and humans,and this com- Ask the one out of every three
tuna industry.It mittee has been given this federal women in the United States who
whole but for the student
community can-
university as a seems that tuna swim under- responsibility.Our will be raped by a man during their
didate, if the auditorium isn't filled to capacity. neath pods of dolphins. Tuna fish- committee meetings are life who has it worse!

Murphy has spent the last month sitting in front of ing boats locate these pods and open, and I encourage all Inter- If that weren't enough, the
forums sponsored by the likes of the Gainesville Board of chase them with speedboats until ested people to attend. You can majority of these rapes will be com
Realtors basically being laughed at. Students and faculty they are tired. observe the discussions of why mitted by men they know, in their
The fishers throw underwater animals are used and what win be
own homes!
have a chance to show the city that UF has to be involvedin bombs into their midst to disorientand done with them.
The is that violence has
city government. deafen the tuna and dolphins. problem
Cassie White's concern about been reinforced, encouraged and
Whether you already support a candidate or still are un- Then both the dolphins and tuna high altitude hypoxia lack of rewarded in boys and men their
decided, tonight's forum is a chance to hear what the can- are hauled encircled In.Many with a nylon net and oxygen caused by the use of entire lives. From war toys when

didates in District 3 have to say. Everyone who lives on dolphins drown or are fatally animal decompression euthanasia chambers, is shared for by one is five,to football in high school
and Slugfest in college, men are
campus votes in District 3, and this is one of the only injured in the process. More many. trained to enjoy and appreciate con-
forums for the voters of that district. than 100,000 dolphins are killed Our committee does not approve violence.
quest through
each by these murderous fish-
Listen to the candidates and vote. Even if you aren't ing practices.I year euthanasia.decompression The American chambers for Meanwhile, most little girls are

registered, one of those four candidates will serve as your think this is outrageous. So nary Medical Association does Veteri-not given Barbie dolls and later in life
next city commissioner. Confront them with the issues many people are working to recommend decompression. UF get congratulated for being prom
that bother you. preserve animals from extinction, faculty do not use decompression queens or Diamond Dolls.
I but the tuna industry is allowed to chambers.All Quite frankly, women are tiredof
: The forum starts at 5 p.m. and is open to the public. kill massive numbers of gentle sea methods of euthanasia have violence, especially at this campus.

mammals. their advantages and disad We are outraged that men do
alligator Editor Consumers have to make a vantages. Our committee reviews not take our complaints seriously
stand and show the tuna industrythat euthanasia methods proposed by like the frat boys laughing as
Lucy Chabot their actions will no longer be faculty to make sure they're ap- the Take Back the Night march
Managing Editor Opinions Editor .tolerated. propriate. If anyone has other in- against rape went down frat row.
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton The only way to get to big busi- formation that would help our This is why there are so many
ness is through their profits. committee continue to make articles about mens' unfair treat-
Letters Policy Therefore, everyone must responsible and humane decisions ment of women.-This is why there
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be ,
typed, double-spiced and signed.' They should Include I typed name, address and telephone boycott tuna and let the companies please contact me. will be even more.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you haw any questions call know why. Farol Toiraon Sarah Gergel6AlJJGATOR

the editorial' page editor at 3764458 Together,we can force the tuna Animal Care and ,U..c Committee; ,',' ,', , ... ."..,IIF., .



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Alligator Writer Fender, president of UFs College i
Libertarians, joined Willett in ar-
One speaker was caught off- guing that present laws are ineffective
ALL YOU CAN EAT! guard Collegiate Monday Drug when Awareness the National Week and restrict civil liberties.

forum topic was changed from le- "Any kind of substance abuse is
galizing marijuana to legalizing all an illness,not a crime and it shouldbe
drugs. treated not punished Willett
BARBECUE CHICKEN
99 Charles Willett,chairman of said.
'' ;' ,. Enjoy your fill of Sonny's chicken Gainesville's chapter of the American Mediator Harvey Oyer, a seniorin
with all the mouthwatering cole 4 Civil Liberties Union, arguedfor economics, said the debate t
slaw, garlic bread and french DINING the legalization of drugs but sponsored by Drug Alcohol Resource -
fries you can eat. ROOM ONLY said he wasn't aware of the change Educators, BACCHUS and"
ts+ until one hour before the forum. the CADRC wasn't designed to
He said he wasn't given enough yield a winner."It .
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1 FURNISHED your roommate: Get a 2 bdr (for the engineering student looking FUTON & FRAME SAlEI!

I price of( one. Pool tennis, sauna, wt. to share 2bdr/2ba/ Townhouse In for same/similar to share a house/apt lor From only $200 per set.

WINDMEADOWS. I Ibdr turn, sublet near room. Stoneridge Apts. 3800 SW 34 St. SW Area fully furnished washerdryer$225mo Fall 90. Call Anne at 3356723. 3-13-5-5 ,Call Mat 377.5650

pool. 373-3558 apt. 98. 3.7.5.1 375-1121 43045.2 ft 1/2 utll. Call Gwynn at 335-
6273. 3-9.10-5 Cassidy Furniture ft ApplianceGifts

Summer C 3bdr Condo Cypress Point. 1/2 mile lo campus. Trees, quiet neigh- 6 FOR SALE General Merchandise New & Used
Females, Immaculate $500/mo, Close to borhood. Clean newly painted 2br apt Room in Forest of the Unicorn townhouse Buy ft Sell. 534 SW 4 Ave. 373-9505.

UF Call Fred at 372.Oil3. 3-14.10.1 dw, washer/dryer hookup $350/mo. Call for F, pool sauna all amenities Incl., Kenwood Sony and 30 more 3-13-10-6
Alpine,
373-0129 3-98-2 $250/mo ft 1/2 util. 373-3564. 3-13.10.5
brands are all at our New Location! Car
Roundtrip ticket from G'vllle to Charlotte,
Available Now: Across Tlgert
All Utilities Paid For Take over our 2 bdrm. In Oxford Manor lor Room & Bath In NE House N/S Cent ht/ac Stereo Specialists. 3215 NW 13 St. 372- NO $150 Mar. 16-23 Call Kelly 373-

Central Heat/Air PH': 371-3606 May-August. Be set for lalll) Call 335- wash/dry, no lease, $l65/mo ft 1/2 util. 2070. 4-30-75-6 4187. 3-9-8-6
6577. 3.8-5.2 Call Dave after 6pm 378-4698.. 3-7-5-5
1238 SW 4th Ave. 3-7.5.1
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS le the oldest -
Black Jawa moped 4 sale.Only 578 miles.
Avail Immed 1BR apt in Sundown Apts 4 or 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201 NW 10 St by .....F/M roommates to share 4bdr best and lowest priced car stereo Rum bad. Good 4 parts. 395-7083 eve

take over lease thru July 90 see or call UF now or 5/1 carport, cent air, wood house. Own bed w/d dw, ac. Hot tub. tore In town 372-2070. 2201 NW 13 St. nings. Ask lor Randy. Best oflerl 3.7.5,8BICYCLE

manager 377-2596 0 335.1867 N ask (for doors, College Park Properties: 411 I NW Small pets ok. $175/mo & utll.Jim at 338-
Rockford, Foagate, Yamaha, Pioneer
AS. 3-9-6-1 15 371-7777.. 3-16-11-2 0483*e)**. 3-7-5-5 Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Slit 24* Beach Cruiser, Mongoose

Stereo 12 speed Like New $160, Ask For Jason
Car Stereo Installers In town. Car -
Small apt close to UF, quiet private. I HUGE 2bd 2bth now or Fall Bel Air Apts SPYGLASS Need rmmt ASAPI 3/bdr, 3759031. 3-7-5-6
person, no pets mature/adult student, 636 NW 26 Ave. (oil 6 51)). Spacious (urn. $225 & util.! Wash/dry./ own to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6

free cable grounds, magnificent oaks. College Park room/bath. 1st month freed Call 335- MUST
$200 per mo plus utilities. 378- CAR ALARMS Installed remote control SELLI Sherwood 140w amp JVC
2016. 395.1 Properties 3717777. 3-16-11-2 5235. 3-7-5-5 truck will 100w amp. MGT alee crossover, 2-10
any car or van fully guaranteed

2BD $249 STUDIO $199 110 NW 15 St ((1 Needed: F student to share 2bd/2ba in demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. message. woofers kingcb. everything, cust. spkr.cheap.box-mini 371-6704.truck 3-9-

FOR RENT: blk to UF) ft 1222 NW 8 Av College Park Tower rd area. $150 mo+1/2 util. Please 4-30-72-6 7-8

Properties 411 NW 15th 3717777.. 3. call 376-2830 ft leave a message. 3-7-4-
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Car Alarms,Autopsge, Chapman. Home
FOR SALE Dresser In
and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul, Sherwood great condition $40.
ibd walk-in closet Village West Apts 800 Rockwood Villas M/F/ rmmt. to share New computer desk $60. Call Barbara at
and We Beat All Prlee.l
NW 18 Av (take 9 St N from 16 Av) 371- 3bd/3ba. condo $250/mo + 1/2 util, more. 376-2883. 3-7-4-6

7777, 371.0251 Now or fall. 3-16-11-2 wash/dry security system, many extras, 3733754. 4-30-69-6
to Santa FE CC, I BDR S270-$280.
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. Kelly 3356359. 3-12.7.5 MICRO CENTERComputers 378.1148Edilor' Nishlkl Prestige 10 speed bike, 2yrs old,
Huge 2bdr/lba House 2-blks To UF Cent
Plus LMR. less than 200 miles Must Sell! asking
Pool laundry no cats or dogs.Santa choice CompuAdd Northgate
air/ht, parkay wood floors, remodeled. Immediate M/F needed for 2bd
rmmt spacious
apt. $375. call Tim at 3384502. 385.8
Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 4-30-75- H P. Price same or lower than mail
Occupancy $300/mo 3738022. Lots of extras) Piccadilly Apts. $210 + 1/2
2 3-9-5-2 order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb
util.! Call Richard at 3355584. 3-9-6-5
((28ms), graphics monitor ... SPRING BREAK-R/T Airfare to Philadelphia
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet MC 28612$1195, Packard Bell $1295,
Female to share 2br/2ba house In NW from Tampa Mar2125. $158. 752-
washer/dryer available In most units (for SUBLEASE MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 .
: $250/mo + 1/2 utll turn cable, 3061. 3.9.5.6ComputerApple
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 ft 2 Bath $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd ft battery .
$250-$350, sec & Imr. 372.6422. 4-30- washer/dryer, nice area call Randy at $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics
75-2 4 HOUSE/APT. 377.2537Ieav. msg. 3-12-6-5 liE w/letter quality
monitor $970. & 3 year warranties.
printer exc. cond., $550 OBO. 3327893.

SPACIOUSONE 1 bdr apt. avail. March, walk to UF, Bicycle Club-Furnished. Own room and -Onslt.$185,warranties.HP Laser Jet Panasonic l lip $1049.4110 1180 printer SW 3-9-5-6

BEDROOM APT. $239/unfurn./ or 1259/furn. Call Tom 336- bath. $225/mo./ + 1/2 util. Need ASAP. 34th St. 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6
ONLY S260MO.LYONS / 1029 3-7-11-4 Call Barbara at 336-0417. or Iv mess. 3- Everlast heavy bag $50 bag gloves $25
APT welder weights 150lbs $125 tv stand $45tv

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 Sublet Mar-Apr. Renewable. The Woods, F N/S for own bdr/ba at Rocky Point Apts. b/w $30 speaker $50 call Dave 378-
4.30.71.2 close to UF on SW. 1BR 1BA Furnl 1 fully (turn except bdr.Avail May 6 $209/mo/ COMPUTERMagnovox 9332. 3-7-3-6

pool $267/mo/ tell 336-8036 372-2876. & 1/2 utll 336-3918 LV MSG. 3-26-10-5 288 12 Mhz 40MB ((28ms)

INCREDIBLE 3-8-5-4 Hard Drive, 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB),
Great Deal Own KENWOOD 50 watt stereo rack :
: Spacloua Apt bdr/ba./ system
Efficiency Apt. 3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive, 14" VGA Color
Starting at $185 2 bdr/1ba Apt. carpeted (fenced yd (for Swimming Pool Tennis Club House. Monitor (31 I dot pitch), 16-bit VGA switch- tuner, amp, phono 14 band eq hispeeddub
Pets ok $250/mo NO DEP Call 3724683. dbl cassette deck. $450 371-3127
Sterling at $235 2 Bedroom pets avail 3/1 $220/mo In SW area Key able video card MS-DOS.4.01.GWBasic
management 372-3060((9-5pm) 462-7299 Keep Trying)II) 3835F Ken. 3-12-5-6
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE DOS Tutorial 1 yr. warranty, $1589.
110 NW 39th Ave. after 5pm. 3-12-6-4
378-3988 N/S Rmmts for summer. 2 bds avail. 3 Ticket. for aold-out Paul McCartney

375-3861 Spacious I bd/1 ba Living eat-In kitchen 3bd/2ba apt Regency Oaks. Master (un. PANASONIC 1124 concert In Tampa. Good seats (for cost)

4-30-70-2 dishwasher ceiling (fan, walk-In closet turn) $190. 2nd bd (turn) $175. Opt. lor Letter Quality Printer, 2 yr warranty. Best Call Jill at 3959690. 3946"STATE

pool, tennis and b-ball court, close to UF Fall 375-6250. 3-12-5-5 printer) 305.

Check Our New Specials $299/mo. 335-4386 or 378-6741 no deposit -
All Amenities Available necessary. 3-9-5-4 3rd Ave. NW 15 St, M/F/ share 2bd/lba WORD PERFECT 5.1
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED apt $137.50/mo & 1/2 util. 375-7997.
Roommates Available Save $100/mo Oakbrookl New phase, Ouyang. 3.13-5.5 Latest (lull version, students and faculty

We're No. I nice 2bdr/2ba lul (turn, w/d micro. Have only $135. call
REGENCY OAKS own room (for only $290/mo. Take over URGENTI! Rmmte needed own titit

378-5766 lease thru Aug. Great deal! 335-2865. 3- room/bath share utilities $175/mo neg. ELITE #335.1300
SW 83.4 Call 3764824. 3135.5
3230 Archer Road

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FOR SALE FOR SALE 8 MOTORCYCLESOrange AUTOSFOR SERVICESDON'T

( FOR SALE SALE! 80 Mustang Ford 2 door Automatic WAIT
SPEAKERS 1ct. Diamond Ring.Diamond is good qual and Blue Insurance now cover
1DB4:125: watts 12ln driver, 3 way poly. ity. Have Diamond certificate and receipt., motorcycles! Low rates, low payments, AC/H FM/AM White wblue until midterms to use PC Lab. Learn WP
propylene cones, digital ready $120 eaIQBO Paid $1795,willt.k. $1000. Call Jay 338- safe rider discounts fast drive-thru service Inter good cond. $2000. CALL 375-2690 Lotus 123 dBase Now. Special Plans.
call 335-8517. 3-8-3-6 8777. 3-14-6-6 377-2277. 3-12.10-8 Negotiable 3-13-5-9 3726500. 3-9-10-11

(Apple Macintosh SE, 20meg hard drive, FOR SALE: Gator Nationals Drag Race 1985 Honda XL600R ENDURO, excellent 1982 Honda Accord 4DR Sspd. 84,500 ONE STOP DENTISTRY
(HP deskjet printer $3200. Negotiable.Call Tickets 3 reserved seats with pit passes condition $1000. Great 'for school and ml., light blue wdark blue Interior. On Accepting new pts, emerg.
I Kevin 3354317. 3-12-5-6 Sat. Mar. 17 $45 ea. 3957227. 3-13-5-6 fun. Call John at 335-5444 (leave message campus, must see, $2200. Call 395-9633 Adult cleaning $28 child $18
). 3-9-5-6 Negotiable. 3-13-5-9 ((4)Wisd.) .. $325, ((3)Wisd.) tee. $250.
I MOVING MUST SELL: L shape couch PRINT 30" X 37' signed by LeRoy Nei- ((2)Wisd.) tee $200
Iw/pull/ out bed coffee table & 2 end tables marvLlons and Cubs. Exceptionally beau- HONDA CX500 TURBO excel cond all Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC. V, AE
onkyo st. rec. met tape deck 2 tlful. framed well. 462-1673. 3-13-5-6 service records, new bait, fu.llnj.ction. 10 WANTEDLocal Valid only with coupon up to(4)( ) people.
|ounch 12*woofers. Call 37836g2. 3-8-3- cruise $1500, call 335-9340 leave mes- H.T.Gonsoulm,DDS, 372-9521
IKLH For Sale, 87' Jawa Moped with low miles. sage. 3-9-5-8 Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class 3-31-15-11
200 AM/FM stereo clock radio $125; Please contact Justin at 3744870. $350 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie'a Fine
I Raleigh man's mountain bike, 25 frame, obo. 3-27-5-6 JAWA MOPED: Runs great! $250 Call Jewelry 373-9243. 43075.10 English for Foreigners. Tutor for Individuals
27* wheels, extras $200; IBM Selectrle I II 376-0353 Leave Message. 3-14-6-8 or small groups. Female with 15 yrs
I typewriter, 12 pitch fabric ribbon, u cor International experience. 375.8781. 312.5.11 -
r.ctI75. 3381109. 3-12-5-6 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME Honda Elite Scooter ISOcc. It Is three 11 SERVICESNW

months old and only has 210 miles on it.
I Dining table wdrop sides. Incl// 4 upholstered Mint condition. Call Jay at 3368777. 3- Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
I chairs $200. 4-piece white rattan UF LOCATION! 15 room house 14-6-8 near Oaks M.II.r.a. 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from TYPING
CH/AC. Good condition) Rented. Investmentfraternityother. -
[ cushions. $200. 336-8916. 3-13-5-6 $20, 10% disc to students. 332-8917. 4-
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$130.000 MOPED Tomos Bullet low miles, blue, 30-75-11 I 12 SERVICESYOU
Fridge, full size, manual defrost, works 378-t832 owner. 3742.7 new tires, runs great. $275. Call Michael
great.Bargain at$50 obo.377-8308.Ten- .336-7050 leave 3-12-4-8
speed, real cheap $20 OBO. 3-13-5-6 Great Location, Walk to class 18R, 1BA message. BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS WRITE, WE TYPE
Upstairs unit @ PARKSIDE Fully.qulpp.d. Business Legal Personal Reports

I Dlnn table ft 8 chairs $80.Couch and love Owner financing 23500. 9 AUTOS Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.
chair $60. Coffee table $25.Table Ian $5. JEFFERY E. SIEGEL REALTOR 373- 1233 NW 10th Ave. G'ville Handicapped Typing
392-7823 after 5pm 3356217. 3-9-3-6 6063. 3-26-11-7 I 372-1664 378-7179.
MC/VISA/lnsurance 4-30-75-12
86 Honda CRX Sspd sunroof, buy now
I Color TV 19'RCA like new. $150 obo. Call Oakbrook Condo. 2bd/2ba 'turn ground Free Pregnancy Test
cond. must
or take over payments, good Typing reports business 'legal *
Nikos, 392-9387 weekdays, 335-4859 or floor poolslde. Take over payments or 472-4041. 3-6-10-9 Member
335-1264 evenings. 3-13-5-6 make offer. Eve 376-9743. 3-16-10-7 sell National Abortion Federation resumes cassettes transcribed applications
4-30-75-11 letters notary *etc. Available
AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow
ORANGE
4-30-75-12
24 hours/7 days/372-2777.
r----------------, rates low payments, fast drive-thru
Letters service, ee, habla Espanol. 377.2277 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? $1.00 min. $5.00. Reports,
Resumes 8 Cover Get confidential testing and treatment at Typing pg.
I I II 377CARS. We care. 3-12-10-9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List.
WCS 917 NW 3739822. 4-30-75-
VW Jolts GLI 1985 4door. S-speed. 3075.11
I Same Day & Next Day I II 30mpg great shape Inside/out, dependable AAA STORAGE 12_
zJ7 $4900 obo
transportation
sporty Full
MICRO CENTERTyping 336-4936.
Close to UF, Convenient
I Many Styles/Fonts/ I II (Mark) 373-9883. 3-7-5-9 4x4x4 $15/mo & self service computing. Typing starts &
1.50/pg Resumes $6 Sell service

I .1;J Special Resume Classes Ia I II Toyota mileage Tercel left. $1000 1981, good call 377-2263 shape, lots evenings of'- 4-30-75-11 533 SW 4x8x8 2nd Ave.$25/mo 377.1771 typeset resumes graphics* $2.50/hr* spell* .15/page.check theses Laser
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I / Call for details I II best. MUST SEE. 3-7-4-9 papers special characters employment
databases rnailmerge training.
67 VW Beetle factory sunroof good restoration ** GATOR MOVING ** WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 4.3065.12 -

I cf uiona. -J J LAB I IL project. Doesn't run. Rusted but Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- _
COMPUTInG complete. $125 call after 6pm 375-6601 Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis.

I 17th & University Ave, Below Copper ,Monkey PC !Lab, UF Plaza 7 )| don't miss It. 3-7-4-9 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30-75-11 I Typing/Word service.Processing.Reasonable Quality rates.dependable Laser

.. ..:. condition
86 Pontiac Grand-Am: excellent
_ SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons printer. 377-6175 9:00pm.: 3-16-35-12,
low mileage $1500 plus take over boarding woodser facilities *
payments. 336-0011 or 3723136.I 3-9-5- hay rides parties sales working Typing/Wordprocessing WordPerfect
SUMMER JOBS 9 students accepted. 466-3224. 3758080. 5.1. quality work fast results, low rates,
4-30-75-11 dependable, personal service.. Tara 332-
82 TOY SUPRA, deluxe model, looks and 1469. 43054.12
CAMP PLACEMENT DAY runs great Alpine CD Ungo remote

alarm full malnt roe, full power acc., *SUNBELT MOVING* TLC for your papers, projects, theses,
Open to All Majors! come and see, $3500 obo 335-9194. 3- Professional Moving/Packing t Supplies. etc. Pro wp, Mac 2, laser! Graphics sp.
16-10-9 1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng diit. Lie/Ins./ chk., reasonable, nts, wknds, 373-9619.
MARCH 8 199010:30am3:00pm Priced for Students! Marty 375-MOVE. 4- 3-27-10-12
Ford LTD 1979. perfect cond. pb p.. pw. 30-75-11 I _
Leaving U.S. must sell $1000 please call Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near
Collonade
Reitz Union
: : after 5pm or wkends 376-2051. 3-9-5-9 *FREE* campus. Dependable, quality service.
Reasonable rates 24hr/day.. Call Carol
1980 Chevy Citation good condition, reliable Pregnancy Test 373-4464. 3-7-11-12, ,
# transportation 4-door. $900 OBO. Gainesville Women's _
iJ 3358835. 3-I 2-5.g HEALTH CENTER ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER
720 NW 23rd Avenue WP5 ENGLISH GRAD edit/proof/spell
82 Model BMW 320-1. Good Condition 377-5055 no cholesterol Rlpp 376-3649. 3-28-
fully loaded Must Sell) $5600. Call 338-
v v. v v v vwv% v.y. v. v vvv 1495. 3-6-3-9 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 20-12_
BIRTH CONTROL
Services IBM Compatible WP 5.0 Laser Printer
I TOYOTA Corona 1978 auto 4dr, pa, pb, Gynecology Legal Medical Terminology Reports Papers -
SPEND YOUR SUMMER IN MAINE! 3-12-5- 43071.11
OBO 3710715.
I a/c,stereo.$850 Thesis. Call 378-2034. 3-13-10-12
9 MOVING?
R..ourc.fuillud.nt w/ full size truck will Put It In Writing. Fast accurate, reliable
82 FORD EXP, automatic good condition will check
service. Masters In English
fAIU\'O beat In town. 336-9461. 3-8-30-
tAM' call Robin any price
338-1419., dependable 3-12-5-9, $650 obo 11 I 11.12 spelling and edit. 24 hrs.373-1937. 3.18-


CAMP ON LONG LAKE Credit Card guaranteed acceptance, no
A BOYS' Oldsmobile Cutlass Clots LS 1982 4- TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser

I NAPLES, MAINE door. Auto best ac offer, pb 377-2957.am/fm, 64000 3-14-7-9 miles, Tudor security Dr.deposit Dept. 1..1.write Q'vllle S. Marion, 32607 1100 3.82011 vice. $1.25 double space. Call 373-8387

i June 18th thru August 18th $2200 or i-26-10-12_

74 Datsun 260z 4speed, white/black Int. Great typing! English maj/ret. court rptr .
but needs some work,good project CJ THE DJ'Spro
COUNSELOR POSITIONS AVAILABLE runs well CALL 19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel.
car.$1200.Call 376-0058 For details. DJ service at 375-8483. 3-30.28-11 ipellg/proofg From $1.25 Call Jill .
3-12-5-9 J77-9908. 3-30.13.12
Baseball Swimming (WSI) Backpacking *NEW TAX SERVICE*
I Basketball, Sailing Rockclimbing 85 Ford Escort GT Turbo ac. tinted windows Affordable! rates ISFORMFree WANTED
I Soccer SCUBA Bicycling perfect condition. $3000 will nego- consultationcall 13 HELP
Wh. Water Canoeing tlate. Call 332-3439. 3-13-5-9 PAUL 372-5814 mornings. 3161411 -
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CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The
I Street Hockey Waterskiing Ropes Course Instr. 1983 MAZDA GLC very dependable, ex- Independent Florida Alligator. Must own
I I Lacrosse Fine Arts Nature Study cell air conditioner must sell b/c dad Stall Available Now Rocky Creek Farms reliable van or pick-up truck and be available -
Archery CeramicsCrafts Head Dramatics bought me new car for grad. $2200 obo. 45 acres ring jumps TLC local from Sam until 9am Monday through
Riflery Piano Accompanist 371-9124. 3-8-2-9 call 462-5127 or 482-4311. 3-16-12-11 rlday. Must have excellent driving record -
Instrumentalist : and valid Florida driver license. Pay
Journalism
General! I
per route plus mileage. Apply at the Alligator -
Radio & Electronics
Secretary Woodworking offices, 1105 West University Ave-
Photography Weight Training me. Ask for the route driver application.
FARM LIQUIDATION1st No calls, please. Affirmative Action/Equal
CAMPUS INTERVIEW: Meet Takajo'i Director 'Opportunity Employer.
OFFERING
on'March 7th at the Colonnades from 9am-4pm; AVON 375-8967 *

on March 8th at CAMP PLACEMENT DAY in the ALACHUA COUNTY RESIDENTS Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.leneflts .

Gallery. 2nd Floor of Reitz Union, 10am-3pm. 5 Acres from $18,900 Insurance. 4-30-75-13_

I 10 minutes to !1-75 and Oaks Mall. These beautiful parcels haveit Need volunteers for a 2 week study of a

OR WRITE OR CALL: CAMP TAKAJO all rolling pasture large oaks paved road & power. Perfectfor now psoriasis medication. 331-5379. 352013 -

496 LaGuardia Place commuters or future retirement. Owner will!! finance. Great

Suite 381 selections. Call Now. Patten Corp., owner from 8:30: to 8:30: '

I' New York,.NY 10012 904-495-3441 Ext. 818 t tt lasslfleds. ..

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,WEDNESDAY MARCH 7,1990
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HELP WANTEDEARN HELP WANTEDShands HELP WANTED BUS. PERSONALSRESUMES PERSONALSPREGNANT


$35 Hospital at the University ot FlorIda Publicity Director needed lor Rec. Sport ? Don't guess. Get Immediatetest
This week (for new donors for 2 plasma has the following part-time positions Dept. Great Experience for PR majorl! Same day, Next day. results from a reliable source .
donations on our new automated ma- avail: Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call 392-0581 Many Styles t Fonts. Editing.PC PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-
chinn. Special bonus programs each 3-12-5-13 Lab 17 ST. ft Univ. 372-6500. 3075.15
month. Free refreshments, free parkingExperienced 3-9-10-14
Secretary (lpm-5pm M-F) requires 45
staff serving you sine 1969 CWPM, 2yrs secretarial experience; word National Marketing Firm seeks mature NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get
Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 processing and data entry experience.. student to manage on-campus promotions INVESTMENT CLUB special student discounts on exams and
SW 4th Ave. 378.9431 Mon-Frl 8.7 Sat. lor top companies this school year limited initial $$$ required for Investment all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD.
8-2 4-30-73-13 pick your own stocks! Call Todd at 335- 3770881. 4-30.75.15
Flexible hours
Receptionist (Sam'1 pm. M-F) and whigh earnings potentialeach
((12:30pm-5pm, M-F) requires 35 CWPM, semester. Must be organized, 7042 anytime. 3-7-5-14
Summer Jobs-Camp Takajo) Boys 1 secretarial/clerical experience as hardworking & money motivated. Call Look Your Best Everyday!
yr.
In Maine. Counselor positions STRIKE GOLD Call Katie Inc. 'for
Camp 3-7-1-, at Omega Electrolysis
well as excellent phone skills and abilityto Jeanme or Lisa at 800-592-2121 ;
available. A great way to spend the deal w/publlc. 13 with the PC Lab Gold Card info about t the PERMANENremoval 1 of
Summir. Call today-Coach Chafin, unlimited use of computers & softward unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307.
392-0581 or come by 214 Florida Gym. $99/4 months. 372-6500. 3-9-10-14 4-30-75-15
PR Po.ition.1f communications
Please specify which position interestedIn you area mass
38-6-13 when applying. Applicationresumemay grad or soon to be grad, send
NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER be sub. by Wed. Mar.7, 1990 to: resume to Ocala Jai Alai, PO Box 5"8.Or.ng. Income Opportunity STUDENTS GET CASH
hrs, time high Income Used Call
Anna Capitanio Lake, FL 32681. No Phone Calls set your own part/lull For Quality Clothing. Sandy's
CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions lor Please. 3-15-7-13 potential. What will it hurt to look? 372.1228.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central
program specialists: Team Sports Tennis Shands Hospitalat 3-16-8-14 City. 4-30-75-15
; Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire: the University ol Florida
Mah-K e-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave Box J-347 Electritian helper needed lor 10-week period A national full service brokerage !firm is SAVE ON RAYBANS
Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 16 Gainesville, FL 32610 In G'ville area. Must have conduit experienceIn in wire. looking for hard-working motivated peopleto University Opticians
EOEATTENTION commercial Including
Honeneck Road, Montville NJ 07045. work In their Palm Beach Gardens of 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
for
Call 1-800-330-8704 ask Bob. 3-13-5-
Please call1.800-77S.0520. 4.18.48.13 fice. No experience necessary. Call Mr.
POSTGRADUATES 13 Dollar 18008219494. 3-7.1.14 FC I GROUP
COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE for the summer TRAVEL
Outstanding brother/sister sports EARN BIG $$$ PART TIME

camps on 22mi lake near "On Golden EARN TOP $$$ 813-281-8256,24-hr, message. 313513 15 PERSONALSLADIES Cancun $299 .e0. Jamaica $299
Pond site seeks stall. All trans. pd. Interviews The Cape Canaveral Think Tank ***4-NitesS-Days***
avail. Robindel (girls) 215-884- needs 200 outstanding graduate MAKE MONEYWe Climb Aboard The Party of your Life
3326, Wmaukee (boys) 9146981833. students all academic fields College Work Study needed for general buy & sell good used clothing.Call Limited Space.
38-16-13 for part-time Think Tank secretarial duties 10-20 hrs per week. Second Act. 373-8527 4.30.75.15VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator For more Info/resv Call
operations.. The Imaginative and $"50 per hr. Call 3928740. 3-7-4-13 332-9854 371-0089
Innovative individual should apply. 8007832262Reitz
/ / Great
Soccer coaches needed for Spring Sea-
Part-time aid to assist afternoon
Send transcript, GPA, photo, and teaching
prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
Call YMCA 376-7172 for infor
son. more enrichment at United Church. Union Barber Shop-ground floor.Appointments
short bio w/ starts to: program
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1
mation. (Stipends are available) for students. Walk-ins
38- busy
CCTT. P.O. Box 5852 Titusville, FL Wednesdays 12303003724615.: ;
block from Ala Gen. 4-30-75-15
3-7-5-13 32783 5-13 welcome. 10 expert stylists! 392-1610., 3-

3135.13 Natural Foods and Vitamins 1420.15B
Writer/Editor: Founder of high-tech mar CAMP GREENVILLE located In the Blue Birkenstock
keting firm seeks talented writer/editor/ Interested Rocky Rococo Pizza Now Hiring Counter Ridge Mine is looking for F/M counselors.' Sunflower Health Sandals.Foods 4 U buy anything for tennis, racquetball,
In helping finish/edit a book lor Persons, Delivery Drivers, and preps for For more Information, call Rober 335. 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 squash or badminton, check out EZ Ten
publishing. 3351226. 3-7-5-13 full & part-time.. Apply in person at 136 3517 385.13 43075.15 nis. Ask your friends about our prices
NW 13th St. 3-13-5-13 quality and service 34 St Plaza. 3-9-10-15
40 to 55 yr old subjects needed to participate Counselors: Camp Wayne, Co-ed
in a face perception study. Will be CJ'S Waitresses wanted, day & night children's Camp, Northeastern Pennsyl
paid. Call 3713392. Lv name and number shifts, 3423 SW Archer, 375-2337 apply vania. 622821. Great opportunity for DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
3.7.5.13CRUISE anytime. 3-13-5-13 personal growth! Specialty Counselors
needed for: Tennis, Swim, Sail, Basketball by Trude Michel Jaffe
SHIP JOBS. Stewarts, KIDS? YMCA Volleyball Soccer, Gymnastics Aerobics .
LOVE NEED A JOB? Camp
Stewartess, Maintenance. Earn top dollar Winona ol Daytona Beach has opportunities Nature Camping, Guitar, Batic, ACROSS 3 Java 32 Composer 46 Winter ailment
guaranteed openings. Call now lor lor Camp Counselors/Program Spe Sculpture, Ceramics, Painting Printmaking 1 Factions container Khachaturian 47 Actor Robert -
summer emp. 1.800.926.8447 ext C1188. cialists. See you at l Camp Job Fair, March Photography Drama Piano, Group 6 "La Douce" 4 Three, toPavarottl 33 Whistler In the 48 Roger orFrancis
3-75-13; 8 at JWRU Collonade. 3-8-3-13 Leaders. General, R.N.'s, Nurses Aid, 10 Spill the beans kitchen

LOOKING FOR A SUPER Bookkeeper Drivers, other positions. On 14 Lulgl's love 5 Tennis 34 Merchandise 49 Animal of the
SPLASHTACULAR- SUMMER JOB ? J,C. PENNY Oaks Mall Earn quick money! campus interviews, March 8th for 10.3pm, 15 Existing player, 35 Name Inelevators Andes
Fteitz Union. Call 516-889-3217 more
W need students to
quality
*
Summer Waves Waterpark on beautiful procure Information. 3-7-3-13 16 Lifeline, eg. at times 50 Spiro _
Each completed
charge applications.
Jekyll Island, Ga. has seasonal openingsIn is worth $2.50. Please contact application 17 Armed forces 6 Goddess of 37 Part of a wheel 52 Body ofsoldiers

the following areas: certified lifeguards the personnel manager. Mon-Frl. 9 to 5 Recreation supervisors, camp counselorsand careerist peace 38 Baseball's
food .service, merchandising, admissions ph. 3312222. EOE M/F. 3-9-5-13 specialist needed lor summer recre- 18 Helicopter 7 Governors Slaughter 54 State of
guest services, rentals, ation program. 61583. Apply at City ol 20 Mischievous 8 Reading 40 Baba au agitationchild
administration, maintenance, and park Arby's Roast Beef: Now accepting applications Plantation 400 NW 73 Avenue, Plantation material, for 43 Most 56 Cad
services. available.
available for Internships non-local residents.Housing March for lull and part-time help. Apply FL. 3-9-5-13 21 Climbing plants short adventurous 57 LComo _?
at Arby's Roast Beel: 1405 SW 13th Str 23 Saltpetre 9 Vestment for 45
Interviews now being scheduled for these Negative 59 Guido high note
No Phone Calls Please! 3-12-5-13 BUSINESS
fun summer jobslll Call us for your 24 Football figure the clergy particles 61 Ampersand

Spring Break intervew. Don't miss outll Publicity Assistants needed for Rec 26 Most ancient 10 Pigtails
For complete Info, pick up an application Sports Dept Great experience lor PR 14 PERSONALS 27 Poorly defined 11 Lehmann or ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

and brochure at your college placement majorl Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call 29 Parts of the Lenya S DAN AMI A M
IMS.
office, or call 912-635-2074.. Deadline for COMPUTERS terminals A pc's, buy, sell, street 12
392-0581 3.12.5.13 scene Copycats E V I E R T. P LAC I F.II T 0
application April l st. 3.16.5.13 trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY 31 Tears 13 Atelier
CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. ...30. 32 Olive EAR T N ''OIU A K E S.'E' A R
family wear
-- trees 19 Go Intoservice is N E E U R I S.I T R A L A

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$8,000 for the purchase of an I IBM: IVrsonal System/2.!'* 54 Woman's is

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a (credit can]/ 55 Much-used

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Graduated. Under' the Graduated plan you pay as little as 62 60 Parts of fences
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33.32 a month 63 The Louvre's 33

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In the Micro Demonstration Room. 1"\ \; 1iW ,--.. 66 Person of the
Room S20D In the Computer Science courts: Abbr. .
Engineering Building Thursday Mar. Sth 67 Miss Quested
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PERSONALSThe PERSONALS PERSONALSHEY CONNECTIONSFantastic


only part of your racket which comes $ USED CD'S $ Gaming Challenged! Fast Paced
In contact with the b.lIl. the string, Don't If you (a 3JM) were at Balls on Friday Real-time Acllonl 24hr/day w/any home
settle 'for a cheap Imitation. This manage We buy ft. sell, call 37-SPIKE, Spikes Records night. Helpl! I'm looking for your friend (I computer & modem! Oregon Keep-375-
It provided at a public service courtesy of 3-16-12-15 forgot her name, smart eh?). She went toUNO 3500. 3-8-5-18
EZ Tennil. 3-0-10-15 and wants to join the Peace Corps.We ,
GREEK DINNER talked about Ouayle, Germany and GWM 22 uncloseted, straight-looking 't' 1, t.
I EZ Tennis know itrlnglngl Nylon $8+: lyn SOUP TO DESSERT Five Recipes $3 the Tuna Boycott. I want to talk wher non-smoking, healthy extrovert seeking ; fYf
gut$12+. If they go low EZ Tennis will go Sa.. MA PO Box 1057 Trenton, FL 32693 some more Can you help? Call Hays at 19.25 yr old G or Bi atheist, agnostic, or .f"\,
lower 372-2257. 3-6-10-15 3-9-7-15 3359862. 382.15 deist lor laughing, loving monogamy. PO

Box 23652, Zip 32602. 8-2-16
Our goal at EZ Tennis Is to help you ravel! We Have Your Pictures, You Better Bring SPRING RUSHAT ,
B 4 U buy rackets, shoes, sportswear, the Money. A. Whitney Brown & The Big f x
strings, grips or even balls, check us out. Picture"- epm-Thurs 3/8/90-JWRU. 3-8- DELTA SIGMA PHI. Wed-Sat. Stop by
18 RIDES
We've built our reputation on price,quality our table at the Union or 378-8904. 3-9-
i excellent service. 3-9-10-15 MENS SURFWEARby 3.15

Gotcha Quiksilver Starbus & morel 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 4 yrs of
Our prices continue: tshirts 30% off
great ;
Great new looks for the upcoming warm- 16 CONNECTIONSGAY weekly Frl's/Sun bus trips. Pets ok pkg
most shirts shorts, skirts up to 25% off;
weather months Lloyd Clarke Sports trantported. GMG trans 336-7026 ((305)) .k
strlnglng-don't take our words ask
your 1504 NW 13 St. 38.4.15SWIMWEAR 266-3788. 3-13-46-18
friends; most rackets 30% oft; tennis balls

$1.68 EZ Tennis. 3-9-10-15 SWITCHBOARD I Need A Ride To St. Louis, MO or any
SALEAll 332-0700 24 Mrs. Info/Referral. nearby area for spring break! Call Brand!
LEARN TO SINGI I rock, pop, classical of this years hottest womens bikinis & 4-30-75-16 at 395-9579. 3158.18
voice lessons. It, Fr. & Ger. diction. Reasonable
-
fashion one-piece suits are on sale 'featurIng 4 I
rates. Call Jo. 371-1544. 3-9-10- Raisins, Gotcha, Ca. Praline ft EYE EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease
15 Ipanema Wear. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum .
NW 13 St. 30-4-15 optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 376-1288 19 PETS ,
STATE OF THE ART 3-30-17-16

BANG BANG LOVE WILL LEAD YOU BACK I Is

THE REV: A good place to dance. Coming 39-4-15 refused Student with Loans good& Financial collateral.Aid EZ. No terms one. Free sheltie-mix to good home w/ yard.
March 9lh. 31310.15 and Had all shots and
Fun-loving playful.
371-GEMS. 3-12-10-
Best Jewelry & Loan ,
BREAK CHINESE CLUB Is housebroken 11 moi. old. Call 335- y
SPRING 16
Time la Running OutCall Sports Day Funl Mar 10 Lake Wauberg 5516. 3-9-5-19 4, t 5
If C Travel Group Southl Tim 3775093. 3-8-3-15 NEED CASH? Call the cash HOTLINE
371-GEMS. CASH FOR ANYTHING! 3-12-
371-0069 332-9854 /1-800-783-2262
Weekend in St. Augustine, S13/nlghtIIay 10-16
In the heart of Old Town bike/boat rentals,
THE AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE TO St. Augustine Hostel 32 Treasury St. 829- 20 LOST & FOUNDFinders
OPRAH'S DIETI Lose 7-16 pounds In 6163. 3-7.1.15 TOP CASH FOR GOLD sliver diamondsetc
6wks. The Amazing Micro DIM For Free New or used or broken Best Jewelry
Sample Call Dr. Hill 904-438-2903. 3- GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI ft Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-4367.3-12- Keepers?
10-16
14.10.15 1800 Gun Inventory If you find something, you can place a
Over 500 handguns In stock STATE-OF-THE-ART- FREE ad 'In this section. Be kind to someone -
Buy, Sell, Trade Repair who lost what you found. Call 373-
CANCUNSome Reloading Supplies 466-3340 BANGBANGTHE FIND.
Harry Beckwith Gun Dealer REV: A good place to dance. Coming
space still left 8 mi. South of G'vllle on 441 March 9th. 3-13-10-16 LOST DOG Dalmatian, (white wblack/
GREAT ESCAPE TRAVEL Also Indoor pistol range spots), male, 10 mos. old, was wearing
3312800MYERS Handicap faellltle EARN $100/MONTH/ Tennessee tag& brown collar, answers to
Eddie, big cash reward. Call 332-0677 Iv.
For donations. Our fully automated -
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faster and safer than
rium, 8th period! Alii I know Is that you are system Is
Call for and
latin like me. Would you like to speak manual centers. appointment Found Jacket In LII! Hall Feb 28, call 378-
1 Spanish? Adrianlta. 3-93-15 Information. 5067 to claim. 3-7-3-20
TOYOTA I I Alpha Plasma Center
M-F 9:30-5( :30-Sat 9:30-2:30: :
SWIM WITH THE DOLPHINS during Found baseball glove at Intramural field on f
spring breakl! Two tickets for the price of 9 SW 1st St. 378-9204. campus Wed night 372-7618 John. 3-8-3-

one ($50)) 3719291. 3-9-3-15 3-30-16-16 20

SERVICE CENTER FOUND: Keys behind Norman Hall w/
Isuzu/Hudson Key. Call 335-9967, 3-9-3-

Oil and Filter $11.93 1 20 There is a road.

I OAKS MALL 10 2'50 DAILY IWI-UIcSHOW FOUND: key behind Landmark Aptl. Call
; Starting
Minor Tune Ups / OAKS MALL 6309 NEWBERRY ROAD ? Llmiljd lo a.4..3neeapm 375-6381, 3-9-3-20 Many cancer patients need

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Day In Advance .

6 I MARCH 59Q I 1990 .a University((2nd floor! 375-8462 Tuxedo .}

Back to School Promotion *********************

5 AT&T STUDENT
How Do Drug Dealers CAMPUS MANAGER
Sales.oriented student sought for

J Stretch their Supplies? ". responsibility marketing/promotion/ lor campus position.group. Management Excellent pay The

::I and bonuses. Flexible hours. All work Is on
Must be available M-time 1 1-2 wake
campus.)
o A: Baby laxative, Aspirin Baking Soda, of classes.: Opportunity to work u a
Promotions Representative on a project by LSATIs

I V4I Laundry Detergent, AJAX, etc. protect basis.

AT&T ASISTANT

Et11J WEDNESDAY I flu MARCH 7 COLLEGE BOWL LIFE STUDENT MANAGER CAMPUS When,?

REITZ UNION 12.00P.M.: Ot4Ic Student with strong salts/leadership/ ability
,G needed for seven day OlJnSTUDENT Must

: ... KID'S DAY A be rabble 1 week prior
s PEITZ SIDEWALK 1:00: P.M. < STANLEY R KAPLAN

O '. .. OAK CELEBRATION SYMPHONY *.> REPRESENTATIVE/CAMPUS GROUP/ 1 Me Kaplan OrXakefeur i Chances

1111tlll.( & CANDLELIGHT VIGIL Outgoing sales-oriented t group/Individuals/
.
needed to represent ATiT product and CALL 377-0014
I- NORTH LAWN 8:00: P.M. services on co pus.Top pay and bonuses.Must
be available 1 weak prior to the start of classes.
'2: Tads to: Camps Aland and Drug Rmna Cirtar DARE. BACCHUS. CAWIA. WhA RUPC,
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,AIUGATOR WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 1990I

I SPORTSDavis





namedto I Poole party: Stacey becomes a star I

.... ., ..
After six months of rehabilitation,where The transition from high school to the
conference By GREGG DOYEL the forward's basketball action consistedof college ranks hasn't been quite as smoothas
Staff Writer
Alligator tossing a ball in the air in the confinesof it probably should have been for Poole,
Every once in a while, a can't-miss type his room, Poole was given the OK to a Mr.Basketball nominee for the state after
of prospect comes from the prep ranks, play again. his senior year at Jacksonville Forrest and
third team someone who can shoot the 18-footer or Weeks later, when he tore his left one of the most highly sought recruits in
bang away on the inside with equal propen Achilles' tendon, Poole didn't know the country.But .

sity.And whether to laugh or cry. this season, where he has emergedas
UF forward Davis has been namedto
Dwayne
now and then people even the second time I
every "When it snapped UFs top offensive threat,Poole has been
the Associated Press'All-Southeastern Con-
potential superstars hurt. It almost it was so
get laughed. was funny
of the few bright spots in an otherwise
ference third team. UF redshirt freshman Stacey Poole, one unbelievable," Poole said. "After all the one
Davis, a junior from St. Petersburg, is the such potential superstar who has taken a rehab,it was the last thing I thought would dreary year for the Gators.
only member of the Gators squad that went detour on his way to stardom,has done his happen. "After I went through all that rehab fora
7-20 overall, 3-15 in the SEC, to receive time on the so-called comeback trail. "The second time hurt more mentally solid year, I wasn't going to let anythingget
postseason honors from the AP. Twice. than physically, because I knew it wouldbe me down," he said. This season has
Back on Nov. 4, 1988, on just his fourth another six months before I could get been like icing on the cake. It was unfortunate
day of practice as a Gator, Poole cut across back on the floor. I could dribble the ball that (Dwayne Schintzius and Livingston
AROUND the lane and felt his right Achilles' tendon in my room, but I couldn't shoot a real Chatman) quit,but it opened the door
I SPORTS snap. Jumper because of the injury." for me."

Poole started the year as UFs first man
Sophomore Chris Jackson of Louisiana off the bench, a backup to what some
State was named SEC Player of the Year for considered the top front line in the countryin
the third consecutive season and headed the All-America center Schintzius and All-
first-team squad. He was joined by senior Alec Southeastern Conference forwards Chat
Kessler of Georgia, freshman Allan Houstonof man and Dwayne Davis.But the midseason
Tennessee, senior Gerald Glass of Missis- departure of Chatman left a gap at small
sippi and freshman Shaquille O'Neal of LSU. forward that Poole quickly filled.

Hugh Durham,who led Georgia ((2 -7l3-5)) And when Schintzius left the team 11
to its first conference crown,was named SEC days later,Poole was asked to wear another
Coach of the Year. I hat that of power forward.
The conference teams were voted on by
Poole has flowered in that role, scoringin
media panels responsible for covering the
SEC. double figures in 10 of the final 11 games
-a 15-points-a-game clip-despite facing
Bush baseball lockout
mum on
the likes of Georgetown's Alonzo Mourn
WASHINGTON President Bush nearly
ing and Louisiana State's Shaquille O'Neal.
took a swing at the baseball lockout Tuesday,
; but the former first baseman, whose son is a ,. "I've always felt like there are advantages
I part-owner of the Texas Rangers,held up. His IM to any matchup,whether they're two
chief spokesman fielded the question instead. feet tall or eight feet tall," Poole said. "Not
Speaking at his daily briefing with reporters just because I've played well against
White House Press Secretary Marlin Mourning and O'Neal, but because I've
Fitzwater said Bush wants the issue resolved. always had confidence, even while I was
II Earlier, Bush, at a picture-taking session in coming back."

the Oval Office with Italian Prime Minister 4#Yl a Last Tuesday night, against one of the
j Giulio Andreotti, smiled when asked by a biggest, baddest teams around, Poole let
j reporter if he believed anything should be the country know he has come back.
done about the lockout.
He led UF to a surprising nationally
414i
Bush turned to Andreotti and said "She
j got
televised 76-63 victory over then-No. 15
close to something I might Very
very answer.
I LSU, ending the Gators' schoolrecordtying -
close there. I was tempted.
I 14-game losing streak. Poole led all
I, Ware nears NFL decision scorers with 22 points against a team
HOUSTON Heisman Trophy winner that boasts one of the most formidable front
Andre Ware of Houston says he is close to lines in the country, featuring two 7-foot-
deciding whether he will return for his final
college season or enter the NFL Draft. ers.After
Ware was the NCAA's leading passer last scoring another 18 against Ala-
season. bama on Saturday, Poole was named the
y Under the revised NFL policy for under- SEC's Rookie of the Week for the final
graduates, Ware has until March 22 to forgo week of the regular season. But Poole said
his senior season and apply for the April 22-23 he'd rather win games, not awards.

draft. Former UF tailback Emmitt Smith was ,'"",""" AUK ---moo .i- 4'. .. "That's wonderful,"Poole said when told
one of the first players accepted for the draft. of the honor. "But it's wins I'm after, and
Compiled from Alligator staff and wire re- SUZETTE COOK -ALLIGATOR winning the (SEC) Tournament would
Stacey Poole has bounced back from injuries to be a starter this season. "
Ports. make my season.

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I Battle at auarterback shaping up in spring: footballBy I

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JASON DAVIS Brian Fox and Shane Matthews have been under Spurrier's more pass-oriented of- making them."

Alligator Staff Writer battling to step forward as Spurrier's No. 1 fense. Douglas, arguably a better runner Elsewhere, an interesting race is under
man when UF opens its season Sept. 8 ((226 yards on 53 carries) than passer ((29- way for someone to replace pro-bound
The irony is incredible. against Oklahoma State. for-59 for 330 yards), had been rumored to Emmitt Smith at tailback. The leaders ap-

,I i After having two quarterbacks who did But Spurrier said he is not ready to re- be considering transferring.Smith pear to be junior Willie McClendon and
little last season in terms of being leaders move any of the five from contention. who handled much of the passing redshirt freshman Errict Rhett.

for the UF football team, there now are five Morris, who started six games last year duties during Morris' absence, is consid- The 6-foot-l, 223-pound McClendon
j in the Gators' spring camp, and they're all until his suspension for gambling, has appeared ered a darkhorse candidate for the starting would seem to be the top contender, con-
doing fairly well. sharp in workouts.Fox,a sophomore job,behind Morris and Fox. Matthews, who sidering he was UPs second-leading rusher
That makes choosing a leader even transfer from Purdue, was the only quarter was suspended along with Morris, is a last season,gaining 529 yards on 97 carries.
harder, UF coach Steve Spurrier said."They're back to drive the offense for a touchdownin backup quarterback who never has seen
playing time.Spurner Rhett, however, received the praises of
UPs first last week.
all doing good deciding scrimmage
pretty so former offensive coordinator Whitey Jordan
I who's ahead is tough to call," Spurrier Fox completed five consecutive passes at has no time frame for making a before breaking his elbow and being lost for
i said after getting his first look at the quarterbacks one point, and threw an 18-yard touchdownpass decision. the season against Louisiana State. Rhett,
in a situation Friday. to tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick. "You make decisions whenever
game they hit 6-1,210, is more of a finesse runner, while
Kyle Morris, Donald Douglas, Lex Smith, Douglas likely will be out of consideration you," Spurrier said. "But we have to start McClendon's forte is his strength.fl .


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Noe0 ofl'e.Iy *'sof.4t ,h I h. Unmve'i'y ON F Ioda the independent florida t oi PumiahedI, byCapu o muiaom n 1 demli ,F od WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7.1990 Escaped prisoner caught by police dog.5 Poole overcomes injuries to become standout.12 Lombardi: Education key to easing tension By GE0FF BOUCHER Allgator Star Writer There are no "quick fix" solutions to tacia discord, and the best way to tackle the issue is through the education process, new UF President John Lombardi told a campus task force Tuesday. Lombardi spent his second day at UF discussing campus racial issues with the Quality of Life Task Force, a group set up to examine the status of UFs black and Hispanic students. Lombardi, wearing a racial harmony button, told task force menhers not to expect instant answers. "We need to learn to be tolerant ano learn to remove institutional obstacles," Lombardi said. It's relatively easy to say, and it's relatively difficult to achieve Lombardi said the proposal to create a cultural awareness course, a concept that has recently dominated task force discussions, can be successful if it informs stu dents, has them question what they learn and lets them make up their own minds. "I'm always reluctant about spending scarce resources on preaching," said Lombardi, former provost of Johns Hopkins University. "I'm a major believer in changing behavior instead of attitudes. "I'd rather see us work on a content course addressing races and classes in his. torical context." said Lombardi, who is also a Latin American history professor. "Let's give a sense of'who we are' and 'why we're here' instead of 'what we ought to think'" Lombardi, who previously has taught a race relations course, said he would be willing to teach the class at IF. He said the best approach would be to get several instructors from different disciplines to offer the class, each using the same syllabus. Lombardi also told task force members that before ways can be found to boost UFs significantly low"minority graduation rate, the different causes have to be identified. He said some minority students are driven off by an imposing orhostile environment, while others bring disadvantages with them, such asapoorhigh school curriculum or a language barrier. He said these "out-ofsynch" students are the targets of tutonng and mentor programs. Lombardi said others leave because they find college just isn't for them, which is part of a "natural process Still other students drop out because of expenses and the pressure an outside job can put on academics, 'Tey get these minority financial aid packages and then they come here and they find they don't quite have it all together," Lombardi said. He said students who leave without degrees hit UF with a "double whammy", not only putting a dent in the student body, but costing the school potential educators. The task force was set up by lambardi's predecessor, Interim bF President Robert Bryan, last December in response to the growing racial tension at UF The 19 members were given an April 15 deadline to submit their recommendations President's fund-raising ability impresses leaders O This is the third of a 5-par series examining the tssagn facing President John Lombardi as he leads UF into a new decade. my GONALD DUPONT JR. Allgator Wrlter Ask administrators and alumni whether new UF PItsdent John Lombardi WI!! be a good fund-raiser, and they'll look stunned. They say ifs a dumb question -sort of like asking if Michael Jordan can play basketball or if Emitt Smith can play football. Indeed, inquire about Lombardi's ability to raise money and some UF officials jumble their words in an effort to say several positive things about the man in one breath. After all, they say, here is a manl who is arriving at UF when it is boasting about its $250 million fund-raising campaign the largest in UFhistory. Lombardi, however, just finished participating in a $600 million campaign at the Johns Hopkins University. Here is a man who is arriving at UF when it is touting the $107 million it spends on research -a big moneymaker for the school. Lombardi just left a university that spends $557 million on research. And here is a man who is arriving at UF when it is thanking former President Marshall Criserand former interim President Robert Bryan for their efforts in raising money for the fund-raising campaign Lombardi started raising money for UF even before he began as its president. "A man for all reasons," declared a headline touting Lombardi in the March issue of UF's Today magazine. That sentiment is echoed in the comments of administrators and alumni alike. "He will be great at fund raising," said see MOnsy, page 5 Candidates come to UF Campus forum features District 3 candidates By m POm Florida Blue Key and Student GovernAlligator Writer meant, will be free and open to the public For years, the city commission was Due to a recent change in composed of five members the structure of the Gaineselected to "at-largC seats. The ville City Commission, stucity was divided into three disdents may have a greater tricts in 1988. Under the new impact on elections this year system, voters in each district than ever before. elect a commissioner to repreThe four candidates for the sent their interests, while two District 3 commission seat commissioner still are chosen plan to participate in a forum at-large. on campus today that could M R 13 Although voters in District 1 help students use their newelected a commissioner in found voting power more wisely. 1988, the other two district seats have not been contested until this year. The candidates will field questions about local issues at 5 p.m. in McCarty Auditorium. The forum, sponsored by Se Forms, page 5 Drem for uccm UF President John Lombardi models Gator boxer shorts given to him by the Panhellenic and lnterfraternity councils during the official student welcome celebration Tuesday. f

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WHAT'S HAPPENING COAR. ( ainpu, Organized Aguni Ri moots today .1i 1 in Rkit/ Union Room 122 (.ill 342 I0 l ( Xt 2( MixerThe 'oiti Ai s(i i Iionorary will have afaculty/studcnt mixer today at 3 in Rurlngton Hall Room 3$12 (all 332 7867 or 373 8025 Scavenger Hunt: Alpha Kappa Psi's Scavenger Hunt for Disability Awareness Week is today at noon Sign up at Matherly Circle EAG: Kimberly Steinberg, campaign t oordinator of the Earth Is land Institute, will speak to the Fnvironmenul Actior Grouip today A NTA LONDON $438 BERLIN 550 AMSTERDAM 418 ViENNA 510 BANGKOK 929 CARACAS 290 RIO 738 Taxes not incued Rosmtctions amp~ Cam ways avaailable Wortud abtrooras Intl Student'0'EURAIt PASSES ISSUED ON THE SEOIE FREE TrI -9 Sogi ATl ",A3030J 1.400-877-aEE volume 83 ad r m lurlimgton Flail Roo 1 Call the FAG Offic r, 192-MAKE Books: 0F ibrarirs will sell used books, maps and ret irds today front 9it 4 in he libraryWest Colonnade Call Harbara King, 392 0342 ELSU: The Gay and Irsban su dent Union will have volunteers on the switchboard from6t II tonight Call 332-0700 Skydiving: The Falling Gators Skydiving Club will ieet tonight at ) at the Orange & Brew to discuss demonstrations and a fund-raiser Don't forget waivers. Call 3714247 AMA: A guiest speaker from Hands Hospital will discuss C 0 Marketing in t he healthh F ild tonight at 730 in lhran hall Room 120 Call 375-7920 Future: Mr Charles Silberman will present "Will Our (randchldren Be Jewish? -he luiureof the AmericanJewish C(me mUnty'' tonight at 8in Gannett Auditorium. Call 392 9247 Rape: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority presents a Rape Awareness Forum for men and women tonight at 8 in the Reitz Union. Call 371-9440. Finances: Eugene Brigham will speak to the Financial Management Association tonight erly Hall Room 119 at 630 in MathCall 378-8638 Alpha Omicron Pi would like to congratulate the winners: AX l& IN KA& TEOs? Overall: AX Spirit: AXA Talent 1st Place: Talent 2nd Place: Hot Lips: IN for 0 z C z C z 0 C number 118 ISSN 0889-2423 dependent florid. alii g atoro Not otfically associated with the Umersiy of florda Publshad by capus Communications, rC. Of Gesv, FL Neu Room 3?&.448 E do, Lucy Chabte Spns. Edmio j Dav Managing Eddlor MwaV ShddAn M Diactor KieyRotan NoWs Edtorg Al At6. Qrt Sana Awpiaus, Edor Dene A Inte Singer Edn, Oannirorn CopyODatChal Jo Dalla F-w=dsrMhaI~ Brown tbwr low. aced PIolo FddE, Susa. Cole n r r AGr. Opinch';Edilor Vonva Sunon rsen X k* Judy A PuA.It, Dan StI, sK.,n Wnwnsw, Diaie Advmeng 3f442 *iuiness, cenatiued Adcemnsn D,'ctor Nca Caly ccoumamw R'oerdlMcN.N Aema ss e0a Poly DPahina cM A iI l rawr, Cordi.o Jdi L Maep W" Sae Dsiomnt Dmsitm Ciaimd SwLmvi.er Shawna kocman PronsionajSJa. Cordinfo, PaulmSeo nua Danes Auma C far Elm. Er Frann A saia Prou Moanger am Drif L.ann.Jonim Jwdi L Mella Jame. Mar Awdhu'mgPrwdidWmn revervioal Chrintse Bb.rCyslA.Pcu. KachciI. Prm.er CIa ma L Satr.,e Pa rm 57A,0 A. a AdmvarowsTy.it. PaiJ oulossc O Ka Buajiw. a ~e~g Gdiari PAdIACAO Asero, V all,, Oneral Manuer C E But. A alatmi EdtnS PmOd at.,8 p4rvlsCr Rumpi Lb.r Ccl,of, Virppia Cents P*motin Slan. DoS.w '" Mas.ena,,, W", Crcuasjo, Manag.r J4-Ca, the. M ~.ttd Aie s 1,.F a oiudtn ~. warmyn tha Unhnnty. F .pu i~ Van non41 fail Lots .dizii nmi alas .,.i Frms .dcatinl rmii unde F S 21290 Carrus Cmwema .o P 0. El 4M7. Oineavfi. fl Th A. publsnedMondayld" out Fiday mtg, w sdeginyhcixdvylman parod. Dowins UF.amm ra.mctmdTwwA p d e"day. and Itiiiray Tae Actievis amrnt. d the Amern N wpoperPiMthsh Asaidon, FlcfldaP,.flAociMclnd S rn UAe e Allewpper ovlberiew 10 On. Semair (For as erking 5500 Tow Sanmeree; (FL a Srag) ,an" 8ga,e.ru.e. "a.o~ao.c.d--.ul--n--M-ne Fiji Yae (Al I.assumed lASIfimioeima as assi d VIM W Urme nsCa wis Ma4 "n~hdiih.*.Stnt 4pa in" aopsi ohdeid.s C seia m Wa e ltseadth UF Carus S and Boastos VeS Has, af, ant the hW's cSec.#* i*Aa, 4 o copytl, I M AA nhio r.Ad Nspsnb, a Th. A IMwv -n.od.d n.ny n.i. iEowu I. e.*a cla.se S fiall As C.w Cmmnfl.icaernse iric OMICRON DELTA KAPPA presents CELEBRAT O N / 4-ZncJ90 ~2 Candlelight Symphony Tonight, March 7 7 pm Reitz Union North Lawn featuring Sarasota's Pine View School Chamber Symphony Candles will be provided in exchange for a $1 donation to the Corer Drugstore funded by Student Government *. WOODY The Best Bar-B-QInThe World Sunday W-11uada $3.9. U.UN All You Can Eat Prime Rib Dinner Chicken Indludet Baked French e Potato o rnch Col Saw& r1 Cole 5kw Garlic Twao Garlic Tnot Thursday Friday Baby Back Combo. Baby Back Rib, Vawk ka 11bM Cdl RSian & si ni s A ca Garlic Thet. sIoinei R0Ia Lunch Spedals and Catering 'AL' eQ Moi.-lr11-I Available 7520 NEWBERRY RD. $325 3327as Open San. Thi 11 m a 9m; Fri. -Sei. WL --1i*a following SOUND OFF! Thank you to all of our participants, especially fIKfb, making our 2nd annual event a great success. A01 ..-zPAJ r C 42-

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UFs Hispanic faculty organizes group Goals include assisting students, providing r By CHRIStY HARRIS Alhigator Writer The newly formed Hispanic Faculty Association wants to help UF increase Hispanic representation on campus, support Hispanics already here and provide them with a cross-culturad meeting place. The group got its charter, elected officers and adapted a constitution two weeks ago. Its purpose, as stated in its constitution, "is to support the University's efforts to increase the participation of Hispanics ., to articulate current needs and interests of Hispanics and to offer a collegial network for the advancement and welfare of Hispanic faculty members ." Membership is open to all faculty, administrators and professional employees who are Hispanic or concerned with Hispanic issues." About 25 people are members. Gerardo Gonzalez, the group's president and Quality of Life Task Force co-chairman, said Hispanic faculty members are the sec ond-least represented group on campus, with the least being Native Americans. Of UF's more than 3,000 faculty members, 37 are Hispanic About 35 more Hispanics are ad. ministrators or professional employees. He said members will help increase the number of Hispanic faculty by telling others about job openings. We're all involved in various professional organizations,"Gonzalez said.'Wecanserve as recruiters and advocates." UF needs more Hispanic faculty as role models for Hispanic students, and to show non-Hispanic students that people from other cultures are successful, he said. "One of the most important factors in a student's adjustment is developing meaningful relationships with faculty who are of similar background,' Gonzalez said "By in"One of the most important factors in a student's adj .ustment is developing meaningful relationships with faculty who are of similar background."l -Gerardo Gonzalez Hispanic Faculty Association president creasing the number of Hispanic faculty, we can contribute to their success. Faculty can serve as mentors to the students." Hispanic Faculty Association Secretary Celia Martin, a clinical and community dietetics professor, said she joined the group because Hispanic faculty members'opinions often went unheard. "We all kind of felt like the Hispanic faculty had no voice in the university," Martin said. "We were almost invisible. We wanted to let them know we're there." Hispanic student enrollment has hovered at about five percent, not changing much in the past few years, Gonzalez said UF is projected to fall 17 percent shortofthe Board of Regents' 1992 goal for increased Hispanic enrollment. The faculty group wants to help UF reach or come closer to that goal and become more proportionate to Florida's general Hispanic population. "Hispanic faculty can advocate for greater recruiting efforts (for students)," Gonzalez said. "Hispanic students are also underrepresented in scholarship support Gonzalez, who also is the interim counselor education chair, said the group is lookole models, recruiting ing at ways to make evaluation criteria and entrance requirements, such as standardized tests, fair for everyone Members would speak for the need to revise such tests if they're biased against minorities. He explained why some Hispanic students don't score well on the College Level Academic Skills Test. 'One possible explanation is that for many Hispanic students, English is their second language," he said The faculty group is counting on UF PresidentJohn Lombardi'ssupportofits mission Lombardi, a Latin Amencan studies expert. will be the guest of honor at the group's inaugural reception March 14. Increasing Hispanic representation on campus is only one of the faculty group's goals. Another is to better support Hispanic faculty and students already here by lending talent to Hispanic Hentage Week and opening a cross-cultural meeting place where minority students can feel comfortable. where's been some concern expressed that there really isn't a place on campus where Hispanics can gather to celebrate their own cultural events -a place to call home, where they can feel welcome," Gonzalez said. He said the meeting place is more likely to be included in a building yet to be constructed because there isn't enough room in existing buildings Milena Lanzas, Hispanic Student Association public relations officer, said Hispanic faculty members and students need to work together and that she would like Hispanic faculty members to become more involved in her group's activities, including Hispanic Heritage Week "Just knowing they're behind us. that we're not alone," Lanzas said 'That would help a lot." 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4 AIlGJCATR WFI)NESi)AY, MAR0 1 7, 1") ELSEWHERE Afghan coup attempt unsuccessful ISIAMABAD, Pakistan (UPI) -Rebels led by the ing had raged around Kabul. Moscow reports said the Afghan defense minister tried to overthrow fighting broke out at the report, around the Defense Afghanistan's Soviet backed reginieTuesday but their Ministry and that the presidential palace was bo mbed coup attempt failed following fierce fighting in which there were an unknown number of casualties the presidential palace was bombed in the capital city A later communique broadcast by the radio said of Kabul. the government and news reports said Tanai had "fled to an unknown place At one point, "Defense Minister Shah Nawaz Tanai and a handful officials called for his return "dead or alive*' of warmongerng and extremist elements and power Najibullah came to power in 1986, seven years after hungry persons resorted to armed action against [he the Soviets invaded in December 1979 to support the interests of the people and the country," said a confirst of a series of Marxist rulers against anti-tommunique from the Aighan defense council led by munist Moslem rebels. President Najibullah The Soviet Union withdrew its more than 100,000 The council, in a statement broadcast on official troops last year and Najibullah's Marxist administraKabul Radio, said the "heinous designs have been lion defied predictions it would fall to the U S -backed foiled by the armed forces deployed in Kabul City and rebels within months of the pullout, [hat the situation isunder control by thegovernment Tanai is a professional soldier who rose quickly Earler Tuesday, reports from Moscow and the through the ranks to become army chief of staff He United Nations headquarters in New York said fightwas appointed defense ministerby Najibullah in 1987 Oil drilling in Ever FORT [AUDERDAL (tPI) -The Florida Cabinet next month will consder expanding oil exploration into the Everglades as recommended by state environmental officials despite 81 of spills in south Florida in the last 18 years. State Department of Natural Resources officials made a tentative recommendation in December favoring exploration in western Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, which are already designated as Everglades water conservation areas The report made no mention of the spills that have allowed an estimated 163.000 gallons of crude oil to seep into ISuth Florida's soil along with 120,000 gallons of saltwater, which is a by-product of pumping oil The lawonly requiresoil companiesto report spills of 210 gallons or more Eight of those spills occurred in the Big Cypress Ciskei homeland declar JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI)Military officers responsible for ousting President-for-life lnnox Sebe in the nominally independent homeland of Ciskei declared a state of emergency Tuesday as violence subsided in the region, Foreign Minister Roelof "Pik"Botha told Parliament of the stateof emergency made by Ciskei's four-memher ruling military council. No immediate information on the declaration was available from Ciskei, where doctors reported Tuesday as many as 20 dead and 300 wounded in the aftermath of a bloodless coup ousting Sebe. Pretoria has pledged not to crush the popular rebellion led by Bng. 0. Josh Gqozo, who said he moved against Sebe Sunday because of widespread corruption and violence "ordered and sanctioned" by the 64-year-old leader. glades considered National Preserve where two fields are active One of those spills occurred seven years ago, leaving a threeacre stand of cypress trees dead Officials said about half of the spills are the result of corrosion or punctures in the oil companies' network of pipelines. Exxon, the largest driller, insisted that it is not responsible for pipeline spills since Sunnland Pipeline Co. of Fort Lauderdale pumps the oil to Fort Lauderdale's Port Everglades for distribution, a Department of Environmental Regulation official said Gov Bob Martinez has stated his opposition in the past to any oil exploration in the Everglades. Attorney General Bob Butterworth has initiated a rec iew of the state's oil policies However, the five remaining Cabinet members are expected to give great con sideration to the report's recommendations. es state of emergency Gqozo urged calm and an end to the looting and arson that erupted in the 48 hoursafter he took control while Sebe was out of the homeland. Sebe has ruled Cisket with an iron hand since the territory accepted Pretoria's controversial independence offer in 1981. No official casualty reports were available, but doctors reported 20 dead and 300 injured during the rampages Sunday and Monday, most from stabbings and gunshots. Injuries also were attributed to drunkenness, brawls and car accidents. SincetheFeb. 11 releaseofblacknationalistNelson Mandela, protests and violence have been on the increase in the homelands amid calls for reunification with South Africa. Police in Ciskei launched a crack. down last month on anti-Sebe protests and as many as eight people were killed on Feb. II during celebrations for Mandela's release. Gorbachev against unified Germany in NATO MOSCOW (UPI) -Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, meeting with East German Premier Hans Modrow, dismissed the idea Tuesday of a united Germany being a member of NATO, Soviet officials said. Modrow met both the Soviet president and Premier Nikolai Ryzhkov for talks on German reunification. Soviet Foreign Ministry spokesman Gennady Gerasimov said that Gorbachev "dismissed the idea of a united Germany remaining in NATO." East German spokesman Wolfgang Maier, who also briefed the press, said a new united German state could not be a part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Ihe two sides agreed that the inclusion of one Germany in NATO is unacceptable because it would be a threat to European security," Maier said. "The inclusion of one Germany in NATO would be a con. tinuation of the Cold War in a n era." Gorbachev has accepted the idea of a united Germany but he has said the four Allied powers and two Germanya must decide on security concerns such as participation in military blocs. East Germany currently is a member of the Sovietled Warsaw Pact while West Germany is in NATO. The Soviet side has proposed that the so-called four-plus-two talks -involving the Soviet Union, Britain, France and the United States plus the two Germany. -should deal with issues other than internal problems caused by creating a single Germany. Modrow, who flew into Moscow Monday, immediately agreed on the four-plustwo talks on unity for the Germanys divided since the end of World War I. In Brussels, West German Foreign Minister HansDietrich Gensacher confirmed Monday that the officials of the four World War II allies will start talks next week with representatives from the two Geranys. Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze told Sovietjournalists Monday thata Warsaw Pact meeting scheduled before the March 18 East German elections will be held after the balloting, the Toss news agency said. The East German elections could indicate how fast East Germany may move toward unity with West Germany. TH E CENTER FOR WISHH STUDIES "WILL OUR GRANDCHILDREN BE JEWISH?" 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WEDNEsDAY. MARCH 7. I9. ALUCATRM.5 MONEY from pale 1 Duke Cnttenden, president of Gator Boosters. the 10,000-member UF alumni organization. "He's the type of person who demands respect He's very articulate. He's excellent at explaining why they need the money Lombardi uses a mixture of humor, literary quotations, statistics and a strong voice in his speeches and has already appeared before several groups, including the powerful West Palm Reach alumni group That group gave Lombardi a standing ovation at a January event, then proceeded to give UP more money than has ever been given at a UP fund-raising banquet. 'We have an opportunity (to be a national top-10 public university) becal we come somewhat late in the game," Lomnbardi told the West Palm Beach alumni, his voice rising in preparation for his next two sentences. "We come after Berkeley has made its mistakes, and UCLA has screwed up, and Michigan's getting tired, and Hopkins Is over-extended, and Colurn hia is running into dtefic he added, his open hand lightly hitting the podium in front of him "We come at a time when we know what needs to be done in a newacademic environment Lombardi's speeches have been part of UFs Capital Campaign, a fundraising effort started in 1988 and scheduled to raise $250 million by December 1991. UP already has $223 million, with about $90 million coming in the last year from more than 40.000 individuals and organizations. The money raised in the $250 million campaign is particularly important to UF because there are no restrictions on where that money can be used, said Robert Lindgren, vice president of UF Development and Alumn Affairs. That means the money canl be spent to make top programs even better or placed in a special interest-bearing account that can be used later for scholarships, minority recruitment or other special programs, he said "Unrestricted money coming into a college gives them a lot more flexibiltty," Landgren said. Perhaps the only fears about the Capital Campaign have been over the fact that Lombardi is not from Florida and will have trouble winning Florida alumni, Student Body President Ed Scales said. "Lombardi is a crackerjack academician, but he is not a Flondian," Scales said. "He is going to have to make the contacts he needs just to get it (the campaign) status quo, much less progress. Lombardi said he doesn't see it that way, Alumni don't simply look at him when deciding whether to donate money, he said. "What sells the University of Florida, in addition to the president selling it, is the university itself," Lombardi said. "Mere's an illusion that the president is a lone ranger going out there selling iA Thars not the case. 'The Capital Campaign is the first such fund-raising effort ever started by LFP. UP attempted to initiate such a campaign as early as 1972, but not enough personnel were assigned to do fund raising, Lindgren said. In fact, in 1972 there were three people assigned to fund raising. Now there are 35. And itis the enlarged staff, along with thecommitment from administrators, that has made the campaign successful, Lindgren added. Lombardi agreed. "UF is just starting in this game," he said. "Irs the first round, and UP is doing spectacular 0 Police nab escaped prisoner Canine tracks down escapee near Alachua County jail By MIME BRUSCELL Alligator Wnter A chase through about five miles of woods near the Aachua County jail ended with the arrest of a Gainesville man who escaped from police Tuesday afternoon, Gainesville police said George Quinn IH, who is being held in jail on $1 million bail for previous drug violations, was found by Sg. Ron Suereth and police dog Alt hiding in a swampy area about a mile from the Alachua County jail. 3333 NE 39th Ave., Gamesville police Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Quinn was first arrested Tuesday at about 1:30 p.m. after being stopped on a traffic violation by FORUM from page 1 On March 13, voters will elect the first com. missionerstorepresent Distnct 2, which includes the Student Ghetto and northwest Gainesville, and District 3, which includes southwest Gainesville and the precinct where students living on campus may vote. Only the District 3 candidates will be involved in today's forum. One candidate who would seem to have a "home field advantage" in the forum is Michael Murphy. a UP student who lives and works as a resident assistant at Yulee Hall. It'll be a good chance for the students to come out and grill the candidates, he said 'It will put pressure on them if they realize that students are going to come out and vote this time' But Tad Delegal, Blue Key's director of divisions. said he wanted the forum to be fair to all the candidates. "We're not trying to rig this for Michael Murphy," he said. "We want to give the students a chance to become familiar with all of the candidates." The "non-student" candidates say they weGainesville police Quinn was handcuffed and taken to the Jd in an unmarked police car driven by Officer ReginadI Johnson When they reached the jail, Quinn escaped from the car "Ile was handcuffed an front, and he was able to get out of the car," Darnell said "It's not really equipped to handle pnsoners Suereth and Alf, along with other Gainesville police and Alachua County Sheriff's officers, tracked Quinn through five miles of heavily wooded, swampy ground before finding him at about 5 p m., Darnell said. Quinn tried to escape, but was bitten by Alf. He was taken to Alachua General Hospital for treatment, and was scheduled to return to the jail Tuesday night. come the chance to face the college crowd "I think it's a good thing for me to bring my ideas to campus," said Craig Hedgecock, a consuiting engineer and part-time UF engineering professor Realtor Tom McKnew said he would be at no more of a disadvantage today than Murphy was when he appeared at forums sponsored by the Gainesville Board of Reallors and the Gainesville Home Builders Association Every faction ought to have a forumm" he said. "I'm delighted that Florida Blue Key is doing one," W E. 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h AllJGAOR. WtDNiSIAY MARCH 7 YON OPINIONS What are you waiting for? This is it. Tonight could be your last chance. Tonight, the first student candidate for city commission in "a long time" will be part of a forum at McCarty Auditorium ON CAMPUS FOR FREE. Management major Michael Murphy and the three other candidates for District 3 will be discussing city issues and students' role in them. City people have sort of been saying under their breath -and some to Murphy's face -that Murphy has no chance of getting students to vote, let alone winning. Well, wake up Gainesville. UF students, faculty and staff, along with those at Santa Fe, make up about 50 percent of the population of this city. If they were an ethnic or racial sector, you can bet your sweet petunia that they'd have at least one, probably two members representing their views on the city commission. But the sheer number of students doesn't scare the people of this great city because they know students don't vote in any capacity that would make a difference. But homeless people don't vote, yet they are provided for and their concerns are addressed. Statistically, the poor don't vote either, yet their needs are considered -at least during election time Some students will vote. More than 500 registered in last month's Student Government voter registration drive and many more were already registered. When they do vote, they might not have enough power to elect a fellow student, but they will at least demand some recognition. Tonight is the last chance in this campaign that students have to let the candidates know they are a faction in this city that needs to be dealt with. But if 20 people show up, we have no one to blame but ourselves. It would be an embarrassing showing, not only for the university community as a whole but for the student candidate, if the auditorium isn't filled to capacity. Murphy has spent the last month sitting in front of forums sponsored by the likes of the Gainesville Board of Realtors basically being laughed at. Students and faculty have a chance to show the city that UF has to be involved in city government. Whether you already support a candidate or still are undecided, tonight's forum is a chance to hear what the candidates in District 3 have to say. Everyone who lives on campus votes in District 3, and this is one of the only forums for the voters of that district. Listen to the candidates and vote. Even if you aren't registered, one of those four candidates will serve as your next city commissioner. Confront them with the issues that bother you. The forum starts at 5 p.m. and is open to the public. algator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton tattas Poky LOUlb to Mh edft s W W Mne M0 Wua (OAfl.tIO O.) YfluMr~d tupd. dtaW.p.Nd .e sIW They .ieux ktinC tyei nami. Sd and .np. pUq er Noms will wflid i3 U nbr 7hn -cairn it yu ha. atb,. c.t th. .dltsht Pa.~~ .io 3745, Stop eating tuna to save dolphins Editor; Recently, I attended a meeting with Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. The things I learned angered and disgusted me. I think that if more people knew how industries treat animals they would recon. sider their purchasing and eating behaviors; For example, the next time a person thinks about eating a tuna sandwich, they should first think about the hundredsofdolphins that are killed each day by the inhumane fishing practices of the tuna industry. It seems that tuna swim under, neath pods of dolphins. mn& fishing boats locate these pods and chase them with speedboats until they are tired. The fishers throw underwater bombs into their midst to disorient and deafen the twia and dolphins. Then both the dolphins and tuna are encircled with a nylon net and hauled in. Many dolphins drown or are fatally injured in the process. More than 100,000 dolphins are killed each year by these murderous fishing practices. I think this is outrageous So many people are working to preserve animals from extinction, but the tuna industry is allowed to kill massive numbers of gentle sea mammals. Consumers have to make a stand and show the tuna industry that their actions will no longer be tolerated. The only way to get to big business is through their profits. Therefore, everyone must boycott run, and let the companies know why. Together, we can force the tuna industry to stop using tuna that is caught by slaughtering dolphins Woedy M.ymwd 4 "1 Faculty does not use decompression Editor: As chairman of the University's Annual Care and Use Committee, 1, too, am concerned about some of the animal studies that are proposed. But I am also concerned about the human problemawe are stillstruggling to overcome like disease, addiction, poverty, pollution and ignorance, Someone has to speak for animals andhuans,and this com.n mnittee has been given this federal responsibility Our committee meetings are open, and I encourage all interested people to attend. You can observe the discussions of why animals arm used and what will be done with them. Cassie White's concern about high altitude hypoxia -lack of oxygen -caused by the use of decompression chambers for animal euthanasia, is shared by many Our committee does not approve decompression chambers for euthanauia. The Am~eicmn Veterinary Medical Association does not recommend decompression. UF faculty do not use decompression chambers. All methods of euthanasia have their advantages and disad. vantages. Our committee reviews euthanasia methods proposed by faculty to make sure they're ap propiate. If anyone has other information that would help our committee continue to make responsible ad humane decisions, please contact me. Fieal Ton. LAhi Can and Us Cannitt. Men are rewarded for violent actions Editor: Why, it appears a reader wants to know, does The Alligalor print articles about the shoddy treatment of females by males, ard not the abuse of males by femal Why? Because there is simply no comparison, in both occurrence and severity, between the two is sues. Go to the emergency room in any hospital. Who beat-up, shot and stabbed most of the people there? Not women. Ask the one out of every three women in the United States who will be raped by a man during their life who has it worse! If that weren't enough, the majority of these rapes will be commiffed by men they know, in their own homes Theproblemis thatviolence has been reinforced, encouraged and rewarded in boys and men their entire lives. From war toys when one is five, to footballinhigh school and Sluglest in college, men are trained to enjoy and appreciate con quest through violence. Meanwhile, most little girls are given Barbie dolls and later in life get congratulated for being promn queens or Diamond Dolls. Quite frankly, women are tired of violence, especially at this campus. We arm outraged that men do not take Our complaints seriously -like the frat boys laughing as the Take Back the Night march against rape went down frat row. This is why there are so many articles about men' unfair treatment of women. This is why there will be even more. srob Gona 2VF wuft, m

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6 MIJ.ATOR WlDNESI AY, MARCH 7 LO N) OPINIONS What are you waiting for? This is it Tonight could be your tast chance. Tonight, the first student candidate for city commission in "a long time" will be part of a forum at McCarty Auditorium. ON CAMPUS FOR FREE. Management major Michael Murphy and the three other candidates for District 3 will be discussing city issues and students' role in them. City people have sort of been saying under their breath -and some to Murphy's face -that Murphy has no chance of getting students to vote, let alone winning. Well, wake up Gainesville. UF students, faculty and staff, along with those at Santa Fe, make up about 50 percent of the population of this city. If they were an ethnic or racial sector, you can bet your sweet petunia that they'd have at least one, probably two members representing their views on the city commission. But the sheer number of students doesn't scare the people of this great city because they know students don't vote in any capacity that would make a difference. But homeless people don't vote, yet they are provided for and their concerns are addressed. Statistically, the poor don't vote either, yet their needs are considered -at least during election time. Some students will vote. More than 500 registered in last month's Student Government voter registration drive and many more were already registered. When they do vote, they might not have enough power to elect a fellow student, but they will at least demand some recognition. Tonight is the last chance in this campaign that students have to let the candidates know they are a faction in this city that needs to be dealt with. But if 20 people show up, we have no one to blame but ourselves. It would be an embarrassing showing, not only for the university community as a whole but for the student candidate, if the auditorium isn't filled to capacity. Murphy has spent the last month sitting in front of forums sponsored by the likes of the Gainesville Board of Realtors basically being laughed at. Students and faculty have a chance to show the city that UF has to be involved in city government. Whether you already support a candidate or still are undecided, tonight's fomm is a chance to hear what the candidates in District 3 have to say. Everyone who lives on campus votes in District 3, and this is one of the only forums for the voters of that district. Listen to the candidates and vote. Even if you aren't registered, one of those four candidates will serve as your next city commissioner. Confront them with the issues that bother you. The forum starts at 5 p.m. and is open to the public. algator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Lettw.a Policy al tos "WOr should notncnd 201 oWdast' outIonOs 1 oaPs0 ) Ther NOW toe, dclfo.od aod sntd they INoDA cfl a Wd nme. dsan -s "n. thbre Ndm5 will b wlt*. tws wrier 37S6 Cif5 y1u hay. aiy ai. cal th. ediltl paP edit&r S7S-?44Ms 'El Stop eating tuna to save dolphins Editor: Recently, I attended a meeting with Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. The things I learned angered and disgusted me. I think that if more people knew how industries treat animals they would reconsider their purchasing and eating behaviors For example, the next time a person thinks about eating a tuna sandwich, they should first think aboutthe hundredsofdolphinsthat are killed each day by the inhumane fishing practices of the tuna industry. It seems that tuna swim underneath pods of dolphins Tuna fishing boats locate these pods and chase them with speedboats until they are tired. The fishers throw underwater bombs into their midst to disorient and deafen the tuna and dolphins. Then both the dolphins and tuna are encircled with a nylon net and hauled in. Many dolphins drown or are fatally injured in the process More than 100,000 dolphins are killed each year by these murderous fishing practices I think this is outrageous. So many people are working to preserve animals from extinction, but the tuna industry is allowed to kill massive numbers of gentle sea mammalsConsumers have to make a stand and show the tuna industry that their actions will no longer be tolerated. 'The only way to get to big business is through their profits. Therefore, everyone must boycott tuna and let the companies know why. Together, we can force the tuna industry to stop using tuna that is caught by slaughtering dolphins. W.dy Maintain Faculty does not use decompression Editor: As chairman of the University's Animal Care and Use Committee, I, too, am concerned about some of the animal studies that are proposed. But I am also concerned about the human problemnuwe are stillstruggling to overcome like disease, addiction, poverty, pollution and ignorance. Someone has to speak for animals and humans, and this committee has been given this federal responsibility. Our committee meetings are open, and I encourage all interested people to attend. You can observe the discussions of why animals are used and what will be done with them. Cassie White's concern about high altitude hypoxia -lack of oxygen -caused by the use of decompression chambers for animal euthanasia, is shared by many Our committee does not approve decompression chambers for euthanasia. The Amierican Veterinary Medical Association does not recommend decompression. UF faculty do Not use decompression chambers All methods of euthanasia have their advantages and disadvantages. Our committee reviews euthanasia methods proposed by faculty to make sure they'd ap. propriate. If anyone has other information that would help our committee continue to make responsible and humane decisions, please contact me. Fal Tn.o. A" can asw U.s assin Men are rewarded for violent actions Editor: Why, it appears a reader wants to know, does The Alligator print articles about the shoddy treatment of females by males, and not the abuse of males by female' Why? Because them is simply no comparison, in both occurrence and severity, between the two is sues. Go to the emergency room in ay hospital. Whobeat-up. shot and stabbed most of the people there? Not women. Ask the one out of every three women in the United States who will be raped by a nan during their life who has it worse! If that weren't enough, the majority of these rapes will be committed by men they know, in their own homes! The problem isthat violence has been reinforced, encouraged and rewarded in boys and men their entire lives. From war toys when on isive, tofootball inhighschool and Slugfest in college, men are trained to enjoy andappreciatecon quest through violence. Meanwhile, most little girls are given Barbie dolls and later in life get congratulated for being prom queens or Diamond Dolt. Quite frankly, women are tired of violence, especially at this capus. We art outraged that men do not take our complaints seriously -like the frat boys laughing as the Take Back the Night march against rape went down frat row This is why there am so many articles about men unfair treatment of women. This is why there will be even mor. Srih Gtrgl UF 118% wu%-/7-7

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AvaIlable FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommales Available We're No I REGENCY OAKS 378 5766 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 2001 SW ISib Sermer FOR RENT: UNFURN. Dump your crommite Got a 2 bdr For rho price or one Pool tennis sauna wi room Sioneridge Apis 3800 SW 14 SI 3/5 1121 4 30 45 2 1,2 mile i campus Trees quil neigh borhood Clean newly panted 2br apr dw washaendryar hookup $350imo Call 13 0129 3 9 9 2 Iake over our2 bdrm i-Otord Manor icr May August Be sl for aill Call 335 6577 3 0 5 2 4 or 3 bd 2bh HOUSE 201 NW 10 SI by UF now or 5' carport, cent air, wood floors, College Park Properties Ail NW 15 S 371 7777 3 18 11 2 HUGE 2bd 2blh now or Fall Bel Air Apis 636 NVY 20 Ave (Ott 6 Sit Spacious grounds magnificent oaks College Park Properties 3/1 7777 3 It 11 2 2110 $249 STUDIO $199 110 NW 15 Si( bik to UF) & '222 NW 6 Av College Park Properties 4t NW 15Th St 371 7177 3 Itbd walk in closet Village West Apts 800 NW 15 Av (lake 9 St N From 16 Av) 371 7777 371 0251 Now or ll 3 16 11 2 Huge 2bdr/lba House 2 bks To UF Cent aruht parkay wood floors remodeled Irs mediate Occupancy $300/mo 373 8022 3 9-5-2 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APle I bdr apt avail March, walk to UF, $230/1nfurn or $259/furn Call Tom 3361029 3-7-11-4 Sublet Mar Apr. Renewable The Woods. close to UF on SW il. ISA. Funi I pool 5257/mo tels 336 8036, 372 2876 3-8-5-4 2 bd/lb Api carpted, fenced yd for pets avail 3/i $220/mo in SW area Key management 372-300 (9-Spo) 482-7299 after 5pm 3-12 6-4 Spacious Ibd/lba Living. esat-in kitchen, dishwasher. cling Fin. walk in closet, pool, lennas and b-ball court close to UF $299'mo 335-4386 or 378 8741 no do posit necessary 3 9-5 4 Save lO1ornie at Oskbrook New phase, nice 2bdr/2ba, LE turn w/d micro Have own room for only $290mo Take over leasthruAug Greatdeal 335-2885 3 S 3-4 2bdlIba apt Camelot Great locat onI Unfurn $425/4io Sublet ttiru Acg avaIl now Ire March ard Aprill Call 374 6578 313.5-4 5 ROOMMATES Female to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in SW Area, fully furnished washer/dryor $225/mo & 112 uiei Call Gwynn at 3356273 3 9-lo 5 Room In Forestof he Unicorn townhouse for F pool, sauna, all amenties ri SSO2/mo A 12 il 373-3564 3 13 10 s Room 9 Bath 4n NE House NIS Cent huac wash/dry, no lease. $165mre & 1,2 uiild Call Dave alter 6pm .a 378 4698 3 7 5 5 ****OFIM roommates to shoe 4bdr house Own bed, w/d, dw, ac. Hot tub Small pets ok 11 75/mo A util Jim at 3380439*00*0 3 7 5 5 SPYGLASS Need rmmt ASAPI 3Mdr, turn $225 & uill Wash/dry own room/bath 1s month Freell Call 335 5235 3 7 5 5 Needed F student to share 2bd/zba in Tower rd area $150 mo+1f2 util Please call 376-2830 & leave a message 3 7 4 Rockwood Villas MIF rmmt to share 3bd/Jba condo, $250/mo 1/2 arl wash/dry Security system many extras Kelly 335 6359 3-12 7 5 MF rmti needed for 2bd spacious apt Lois of *traal Piccadilly Api $210 .''2 pI Call Richard at 336 5584 3 9 5 Female to share 2br/2ba house in NW 1250/mo 1/2 util turn cable washer/dry.,, nice area Cali Randy at 377 2537 leave 1159 3126 5 Bicycle Club Furnished Own room and bath $225mo 1/2 utVi Need ASAP Call Barbara at 336-0417 or IV mess 3 F N/S for own bdr/ba al Rocky Point Apis Iuily turn except bdr AvailMayd $209/mo & l/2 util 336 3Q18 LV MSG 3 26 10 5 Great Deal Spacious Apt Own bdr/ba Swimming Pool, Tnns Club House Pets ok $250/mo NO DE P Call 372 4683 Keep Tryigl 38-3-5 F. N/S Amnts for summer 2 bds avail 3bd/2b* apt Rgency Oaks Masler (un furn) 5190 2nd bd (turn) $176 Opt or Fall 375-8250 3-12 5 5 3rd Ave NW 15 St, MF sha@ 2bd/1 be apt. $137 50/mo & 1/2 it 3757997. Ouyang 3 13-S S URGENT I Rmmte needed -own room/bath, share utilltea, $1 75/mo neg Cali 375-4824 3-1 3-5-S Snap Crack Pop Brain Crispies AM AN AN AM AE AEA AMSO AS AM AM AS AM AM AM AM AM AM ROOMMATES Female ties engineering student looking for same/s mJar to share a hose/aO for Fall 90 Call Anne at 335 0723 3 13 5 5 6 FOR SALE A "pen. Kenwood. Sony and 30 more brands are all at our New Loaeroal Car Siereo SpecialsTs 3215 NW 13 Se 372 2070 4-30-75 6 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la th. oldeS. beal and lowest priced car stero store In tawn 372-2070. 2201INW 1351. Rockford, Foegale. Yamaha, Pioneer, Infinity, Kicker. Code Alarm The GSa Car Stars Inrstallers In town. Car Sigreoo eGo 375-1834. 4-30-75-6 CAR ALARMS installed retoie corol any car truck or vaI fully guaranteed will demo Call 336 9193 student Iv message 4 30 72-8 Car Alarms, Autopmg., Chapman Home and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sanesul Sherwood, and more We *eat All PriesI 373-3754 4 30 69 8 MICRO CENTERi Compulers 376 1146 Editor a choice CompuAdd Norihgate H P Price same or lower than mail order Systems below include 1mb. 40mb (28ma) graphics mronitor, MC OSS/l rIS9 Packard Bell $1295 MC 38m -$1495. Northgale 386/20 $2399 PB 286 laptop w/ Id & battery S"999 Comprudd O0w' 20mb & graph ca monitor $970 1 & 3 year warrarts Onse warranties Panasonic I80srntler $185 HP Lasorici lip $1049 41105W 34th S / 308 W UrMv Ave 4 30-65-6 COMPUTER Magnovox 286, 12 Mh OMB 2Am Hard Drive 1MB fAM (expand to AMB) 3 S I 44mb Floppy Drive, I4 VGA Color Monitor ( 31 dot pitch), 1S-bil VGA switch able video card, MS DOS, 4 01. Gwaasic. 0OS Tutorial I yr warranly $1589 PANASONIC Letter Quality Prinlar 2 yr prinier $305 1124 warranty WORD PERFECT 5.1 Latest full version, students and faculty only $135 ELITE #335-1 300 STATE THE FOR SALE FUTON & FRAME SALE From only $200 per set Call Mal 377 5650 Cassidy Furniture & Appliance Gits General Merchandias New & Used Buy A Sell 534 SW 4 Ave 373-9505 3 13 10-6 Roundrip licket from G Ville to Charlotte NC. $150. Mar 16-23. Call Kelly 373 4187 3-9-8 6 Black Jaws moped 4 sale Only 578 mile, Runs bad Goo" 4 parts 395-7083 evenings Ask for Randy Best offer 3 7 56 BICYCLE, 24' Beach Cruiser,. Mongoose 12 speed, Lke New, $160, Ask For Jason 375 9031 3 7 5-6 MUST SELLI Sherwood 140W amp. JVC 100w amp, MGT alc crossover, 2 10' woere, cust apk box-m truck Pice everything cheap 371-6704 39 76 FOR SALE Dresser in great condition $40 New computer desk $60 Call Barbara at 376 2883 3 7 4-6 Nishik, Prestige 10 speed bike, yrs old, less than 200 miles. Must SellI asking $375. call Tim at 336 4502 385-8 SPRING BREAK-fIT Airfare to Philadel phia from Tampa Mar 21-25 $158 7523061 3-9-5-5 Computer-Apple HE Iwltter quality printer, et condo $550OBO 332 7893 3 0-5 a Everlasi heavy bag $50 bag gloves $25 welder weights 1501s 1125 IV stand $45 Iv b/w $30 speakers $50 call Dave 3789332 3 73-6 KENWOOD 50 wall stere* rack system luner, amp. phono, 14 band eq. hi-speed dub, dbl cassette deck $450 37t 3127 Ran 3-12-5-5 3 Tickets for sold-out Paul McCartley concert in Tampa Good goats for cost Calf Jill at 395-9890 3-9-4-6 OF ART BANGA-BANG' OPENS FRIDAY A REAL PLACE TO DANCE e REVERENCE a 18 YRS T 6 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE -THURS, FRI, SAT, UNTIL 3 F] ml VISA a AE0 AC0 AEM AE AEO AE4 AE' AE C A' AE' AE' AE AE -A' AEO AE' AEA AEO AEO AE All proceeds go to Children's Burn Center be awarded a Sponsors: KISS 105, Digger's, Kinko's Copies, Breakaway Tours, The Trophy Shop, The Mill >M AM

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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7. I9. AlLJGAFOR. 9 FOR SALE SPEAKERS FOR SALE DB4 125 walls, 12m driver, 3 way poly propylene cones digital ready $S20 fa 030 call 3359547 3 8 3 6 Apple Macintosh SE, 20ieg Pard drive, HP deskilet printer $3200 Negotiable Call Kevin 335 4317 3 12 5 6 MOVING MUST SELL L shape couch vipull out bed, coffee table & 2 and Is bles. onkyo at rec mcs tape deck, 2 ounch 1i2' woofers Call 378 3692 3-8 3KLH 200 AMrM stereo clock radio $125, Raleigh man's mountain bike, 25Iratme, 27' wheels, extras $200 1BM SelactriC I typewriter, 12 pitch, fabric ribbon, u cor rect $75 330 109 3 125Dminng Table w/ drop sides ifci 4 uphol ,sted chairs $200 4-piece white rPltan wI cushions $200 336-8918 3 13 5 0 Fridge, full size, manual defrost, works gread Bargain at $50 bge 377-0308 Ten speed, real cheap $20 000 3 135 6 Dinn table56 theirs $80 Couch and love chair $60 Coffee table 525 Table ln $5 392 7923 caller Spm 335-6217 3-9 3 6 Color TV 19 RCA like new $150 obo Call Nlkos, 392-9367 weekdays. 335 4859 or 335 1264 evenings 3-135Baseball Baskebali ser Tennis Street Hockey Lacrosse Archery Riflery General Secretary FOR SALE ICl Diamond Ring Diamond ,, good quit Ily Have Diamond cOrTIlica to and receipt Paid $1 795 ,will lake $1000 Call Jay 336 077? 3 1466 FOR SALE Garor Nationals Drag Race tickets 3 reserved seals with pit passed Sal Mar 1 545 am 395 7227 3 135 6 PRINT 30r X 37 signed by LeRoy Nei maN.Lons and Cubs Exceptionally beau Triful traied well 462 1673 3 13 5 5 For Sale 87 Jaw. Moped with low miles Ples contact Justin at 374-4870 $350 abo 3-27 5 6 7 REAL ESTATE PRIME UF LOCATIONI 45 room house CH/AC coed conditfler Rented. Invoemeil/fraternilyother $1 30,000 3764652 owner 3.7-42-7 Great Location, Walk to class IBR, USA Upstairs unil @ PAhKSIHO Fully equipped. Owner financing $23,500 JEFFERY E SIEGEL, REALTOR 373 6063 3-26-11? Oakbrook Condo 2bd/2be floor, poolside Take over make offer Eve 376 9743 Turn, ground payments or 3 16-10-7 -----------r E .C Lut.urs IResumes 9 Cover 16sitters I mi Same Day & Next Day e Many Styles/Fonts Special Resume Classes Call for details CTh -Li 17th & UniversIly Ae, Below Coppe Monkey PC Lab, UF aza 372-500J t.---11-e e-= --1---, SUMMER JOBS CAMP PLACEMENT DAY Open to All Majors MARCH 8,1990 10:30am-3:00pm wax:t Reitz Union Collonader A2 o Swl.iming (WSI) Backpacking Sailing Rockeling SCUBA Bicycling Canoeing Wk. Water Canoeing Water$lag Ropes Cours Instr. Fine Arts Nature Study Ceramics Head Dramatics Crafts Piano Accompanist Journalism ltrumentalist Woodorking Radio & Electronics Photography Weight Training OR WRITE OR CALL: CAMP TAKAJO 496 LaGuardia Place Suite 311 New York, NY 212-979-0606 10012 S MOTORCYCLES Orange and Blue insurance now covers motorcycles Low rates, low payments safe rider discounIs last drivebru cr vice 377 2277 312 10 8 1985 Honda XL60CA ENDURO, excellent condition $1000 Great lor school and fun Call John at 335 5444 (leave mens sage) 3 9-5 8 HONDA CX500 TURBO excel cond, all service records new bai fuel injection cruise $1500, call 335 9340 leave meS sage 3-9-SJAWA MOPED Runs great $250 Call 376-0353 Leave Message 3 14 8-0 Honda Elite Scooter 150cc It is ihre months old and only has 20 miles on it Mint condition Call Jay al 336 877 3 14 6 MOPED Tomas Bulel, low miles, blue. new tires, runs great $275 Call Michael al 336 7050 leave message 3 12 4 8 9 AUTOS 8 Honda CRX Sspd, sunroof buy now or take over payeni good con must Bell. 4 72-404 1 310-9 ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE low fles .low payments, last dr ive Into service, e hab. Espanoi 377 2277 377 CARS We "tre 3-12109 VW Jetta GLI 1985 4 door, 5 speed. 30mpe great shape indout depend able sporty transportation $4900 obo Mar) 373-9883 37 59 Toyota Tercel 1 gal good Shape lots or mileage left $4000. Call 377 2203, eve mneg beat MUST SEE 3 7 4-9 67 VW Beetle factory sunroof good eat ration projecI Doesn't run used but complete $12S call after 6pm 375 6601 don't miss it 37-486 Pontiac Grand-Am excellent condi lion, low mileage 54500 plus take over payments 336-0011 of 372 3136 3 9-59 82 TOY SUPRA, deluxe model, looks and rune great, Alpine CD Ungo remote slarm, ful maint rec. full power ace come and see. $3500 obo 3359194 3 16 10-9 Ford LTD 1979 perfect cond pb. pa. p"w Leaving IT S must sell $1000 please call1 after 5pm or wkends 370-2051 3 9 SQ9 1980 Chevy Citation, good condition, reli able transportation 4 door $900 OBO 335-6835 3-12-5-9 82 Model BMW 320-1 Good Condition fully loaded, Must Selt $5600 Cosl 338$495 3.*-3-9 TOYOTA Corona *0,0 auto HIS, pe. gb. a/c. stereo 5050090 371 -0tI5 3 12-50 82 FORD EXPS. autofic good Conactiorn deapendabele, $050 Site. call Robin 336 1419. 3 12 2 Oldsmobile Cutlass Cier LS 1982 4 door. Auto. c. p an ,fr, 64000 miles, 62200cor best offer 377 2957 3-147 9 74 DaIsun 26OZ *sp.d. whitleslblck my. runswetl but needs some work. good pro)c car $1200 Call 376.0058 For details 3-12-5-9 85 Ford Escort OT Turbo, ac. tinted windos. Perfect condition. $3000 will need late Call 332-3439 3-13-5-9 1463 MAAZA OLD. very dependable, excell. Sir conditioner, must eli edad bought me blew Car for grad 2200 ob 371-9124 3-0-2-9 AUTOS FOR SALEI 80 Mustang Ford 2 door Au bomatic ACRH, FM/AM White w lue ailer good cod $2000 CALL 375 2690 Negoliable 3 13 5 9 1902 Honda Accord 4DR 5spd 84 500 mi, light blue wK dark blue Interior On campus, must see, $2200 Call 395 9633 Nogoliable 3 13 5 9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLD Gems Class Rings ETC Top $or trade Ozzie a Fire Jewelry 373-9243 4 30-/5 10 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at I 75 & NW 39th Ave near Oaks Mal area 5 X S To 10 x 20 ram $20 10% disc to students 332 8917 4 30-75 1) BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NW 10th Ave 372 1664 MCN SA/Insura nce Free Pregnancy Test Member National Aborlion Federaion 4 30 75-11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE Gel conflidential testing and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0051 4 30 75-11 AA STORAGE Close Ho UF Convenient 4x4,4 $,5,mo addt S2S1MO 533 SW 2nd Ave 377 1 4 30 75-tI ** GATOR MOVING ** FullServ Mov/Slarage/Packing I item/Has Full Days/Eves Long di l'cilne Harry/Bill 374 4791 4 30 75 11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM les sons boarding A woodier facilities hay rides parties a sales working students accepted 466 3224. 375 1010 4-30-75 11 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional Moving/Packorg A Supplas I-Irain-House full Local/Lng dist Lic/Ins Priced for Students l Many 375 MOVE 4 30 75 11 FREE* Pregnancy Test Gainesville Women S HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 377 5055 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services 4-307111 MOVING' Resourceful student wt lull 111H0.truck will beat any price in lown 3306-041 3 8-30 Credit Card guaranteed acceptance no security deoit. writ. S MSaion. 1100 Tudor Dr Dept A.I., Ovile. 32d07 3820-ti CALL CJ THE DJ'S pro J service at 375-8483 3-30-25 11 **NEW TAX SERVICE** Affordable rates. 65/FORM Free consultation call PAUL. 372-5014, mornings 3-1S 14 Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farm 45 acres ring Jumps TLC -local cal 462 5127 or 462-4311 3-16-12-1 SERVICES DON T WAIT unil miderms 10 vse PCI ab i k n WP Lotus 123 dilse Now Special Pldn 372 SSOO 3 9 10 11 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepting new pts erierg Adult clear ing $28 child $18 (4lWisd tee 5325 (3)W'sd tee $250 (2)Wisd lee $200 Nitrous Ovde Accept MC V AL Vald only ith coupon UP 7t Ocop10 H I CosOuli 00S 372 952' 1 31 Is 11 English or For igrr Tfar ior in dividu als or small groups Female with i5 yr internalmnnal experience 375 6 781 3 12 5 1 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITE, WE TYPE Business A Legal Personal Reports Term Papers Typeset Rsume *a Etc G vile Handicapped Typing 378 71 T 4 30 IS 12 *T yping reports business legal resumes cassettes Iransinbed appi caroins a loiters *r notary *tetc Available 24 hoUs17 days1372 2717 4 30 5 12 Typing $ 1 00 go nun $5 00 Reports Theses Whatever Grad School P T Lis WCS 917 NW 131h 373 982 4 30 75 12 MICRO CENiTRi Typing 336 4936 Full & sel service computing Typing starts @ 1 0pg Resumea $6 Self service re'umrra $2 50r rivals Laser type oI graph ics *t Spell check theses papers special characters employ meni databases majimerge training WordPerfect specalist VisaMC 4 30 65 12 Ty ng/Word Processing Qusity depend able Service Reasonable rale Laser prirler 377 8175 111900pm 3 IS 35 12 Typlng/Wordprocassing, Wordierleci 5, quality work fast results low races dependable, personal service fare 332 1460 4 30 54 12 TLC tor your papers pro ecis theses etc Pro Sap Mac 2 .sr Graphics Ip chk reasonable, Me5 wknds 373 9819 3 27 10 12 PickupDOJ Typing and *ordproc nlear camp us5 Dependable quality 5vice Reasonable rates 24hr/day Call Carol 373 4464 3 7 11 12 ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER WPS -ENGLISH GRAD edtoproot/spell no cholesterol Ripp 376 3649 3 2020-12 IBM Compatible WP 5 0 Last Printer Local. Medical Termrinology, Reports. PA nares, Thei Call 378-2034 3-13-10 42 Pul It In Writing Fast, seal fellable 9 12 s e r i c e a s te r s n E n o i w i l ch e c k TYPING Near Butler Plaza Fast Service 1 25 double space Call 373-8387 3-26-10 12 Great typianl English Mapret court Pta 1o yrs exper leg.l.Medical 4 Excel spellg/ptoofg Frnd $1 25 Call Jill 377 -S 3-30-13 12 1311HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Independent Florida Alligator Must own reliable van or pick-up truck and be avaIlable from Sam until gen Monday through Friday Must have excellent driving recard and valid Florida driver license Pay per routm plus rmileae Apply Oft ha Aligator offices. ICS Wost University se-m nue Ask for the route driver applICaSOO No calls, pleas. Affirmallve Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. AVON 375.097 sell Avon Full or Part-time We Train Benefits fIrnrace, 4-30-75-I3 Need volunteers icr a 2 week study of a 'w psoriasis medication 3314-5379. 315-20-13 Classified*. Continued on next page. SPEND YOUR SUMMER IN MAINEI CfAMP TAKAJO A BOYS CAMP ON LONG LAKE NAPLES, MAINE June 18th thru August l8th COUNSELOR POSITIONS AVAILABLE CAMPUS INTERVIEW: Meet Takajo's Director on March ith at the Colamnades from 9am-4pm; on March 9th at CAMP PLACEMENT DAY In the Gallery, 2nd Floor of Reit Union, 10au-3pm. FARM IQUIDATEUN lst OFFERING ALACHUA COUNTY RESIDENTS 5 Acres from $18,900 10 minutes to 1-75 and Oaks Mall, Thb. beautiful parcels have Ial -falling patum -large oaks -paved road & por Perfect for commuters or future mlorrmnt Owner wMl finac Great s.leions Call Now. Patten Corp, owner, from 8:30 to 8.30 904-495-3441, Ext. 818

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i) AIUTGAIl. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. Fll HELP WANTED EARN $35 TV s week for now donins ?or 2 pia'ra dorritonson our new automated ma on es Spec a bonus programs each month F ree reireshmerlts 'ife parking I uouenced sai serno you sinre on C i i stop HY Gagnesrie p Sma 238 'IW J'h Ae 178 94Ji Mon F r, 8 Sit 8 A tO/I 13 Sumrn me Camp In available Summer 392-0581 0 8 6 13 Jobs-Camp Takrd0 Boys Main. Counselor positons A great way to apend the Call today-Coach Chafin, or come by 214 Florida Gym NE W ENGlLAND BOTHERSISTEF CAMPS MASS Counselor Positrons for rogr ai spec irusts ream SporTs Ten I V Pe.tormrng ArTs Walerfronc Inquire MI Karl NJC(8oys) 190 Linden Ave G Ir Ridge NJ 0/028 Danbeeirls) 16 iorser-eca Road Monyrie NJ 0/045 Please call 1 800 716 0520 4 18 48 13 COME TO NE W HAMPSHIRE for the sum mer standing brother sister sports cilu, on cm' lake near On Golden PInn 9 rIV 9eks stai A I Trans uo Iner V lava" Roindol Igirls) 215 0804 332b Wrnaukee (boys) 914 698 1833 3 A 13 Soccer coaches needed for Sp, ng Sea son Call YMCA 316172to, more nlor rarnon iSlprands are available) 3 7 5 13 Wrde, LditO, Founder of high 10M, mar ketrfl Ifrm Sees Talented wfrieriedrlof in tere oedr n helping firr hledf a boo, for b shing 335 1226 3 7 5 13 40 0 p1ale aid ber 55 yr old in a pace Call 371 3 7 5 13 subjects needed 10 parl perception study Wil, be 339l Lv name ano num CRUISE SHIP JOBS Slegarts Slwartess Maintenance E arn top do n d quarInteed opens Call now tor s5a'r timp 1 00926 8447ea01 108 L CO K IN C FOR A SU P E R SP ASTACULAA SUMMER JOB' Surar Waves Walera' k on beaulif w JeXll Sio Ga has seasonal openings I he following areas certired bdr g0 rds food service mer Chanding ad is os guesr services rentals admrsr'atron maintenance and park fair CaS lerShr ps Aga 'able Haas no IVlAr.iDid ioe non rccai residents March n ine Ws now being scheduled lor 'Mesa fir summer labelIi Call us tar your Spring Break n[ervew Don Imiss outr For cormpleie nfo pick up an application one brocnre a your college placement oft'cc or call 912 635 2074 Deadline for ao l rejIror April 1St 3 16 5 13 HELP WANTED SrInds hosp Ia at ihe Unvorsty ni FIor da has he following parl IMe poaitons *Secretary (1pm 5pm M F) requires 45 CWPM oyrs secretarial experience, word processing and data or y experience *Rocepinnrst Sam tpm. M F) and 112 3opm 5pm, M F) reqAFaros 35 CWPM yr sscreTariatclerical SmprifllC as well as excellent phone skills and ab iliy to deal wlpublc Please specify which position mlesrsred in when applying Applicatonresumne may be sub by Wed Mar7 99 to Anna Capilanno Shards Hospaal aTthe Univesy or Florida Box. J 347 Gonesville FL 32610 EOE ATTENTION POST GRADUATES EARN TOP $$$ The Cape Canaveral Think Tank needs 200 outstanding graduate students in all academic fields for part time Think Tank operations The imaginative and Innovative individual should apply Send transcript CPA photo, arid sh f bio we siarr to CCTT P0 BoX 5852 Titusville, FL 32783 3 1353 Rocky Rococo Pizza Now H'ng Courter Persons Delivery Drivers and preps tor il A part lime Apply ain person at 136 NW 131h S1 3 13 5-13 CJ S Waitresses wanted day night s0Its 3423 SW Archer 375 2337 apply anytime 3 13 5 13 LOVE KIDS NEEDAJOB? YMCACamp Winona of Daytona Beach haS oppOrufnl ties or Camp CounslorsFProgram SpeciaiisI See you atCamp Job Fair March Bal JWRU Collonado 3 8 3 13 C PENNY Oaks MallEarn ckmoney We need students to procure quality charge applications Each completed sp piocalion is worTh $2 SO Please co act Iho personnel manager Mon Fro 9 to 5 ph 331 2222 EOE M/F 3-9 5 13 Arby SRoas Beef Now accepting appli caigons for ull arid part ime help Apply at Arby 5 Rast Beef 1405 SW 131h Sir No Phone Calls Pleasei 3-12 5 13 Publicly Assistants needed for RPc Sports Dept Great experience tor PR major Come by Tar 214 FL Gym or call 392 0561 3 12 5 13 Iih I'll i r r oed ,rri rdlok ,ins gioia'rnri i"e IPS 21rhi4|i]M irr oAr.nrrjgo ruril A, .1 1 1 "ha 1Tr nn r ruip l i mr Us ,.rWe"' no 111. n .!1 14 1'cr 1 PYon rJ d r ihrih iikorr i tWWgr noi r l i iorgrl Ia I n, SI'll, ..ul .r. r rSiel' i r' "' i. 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02 AIJGAT)R. WF DNFsDAY MARlH If) SPORTS Davis named to conference third team tr F forward D~wayne lDavis has been flamed tohe Assoc ated Pire s'All Sout heasera Con ference third team Davis, a junior from St Petersburg, is the eriy member of the Gators squad that went 7-20 overall, 3 15 in the SEC, to receive postseason honors from the AP A ROUND SPORTS_ Sophomore Chris Jackson of Louisiana Stae was named SEC player of the Year for the third consecutive season and headed the firstteam squad He was joined by senior Alec Kessler of Georgia, freshman Allan Houston lf Tennessee, senior Gerald Glass of Missis\p;pt and freshman Shaquille O'Neal of LSU Hugh Durham, wholed Georgia (20-7, 13-5) 0i 1 first conference crown, was named SEC oat h of the Year The tonlerence teams were voted on by miclia panels respnsible for covenng the sIEc Bush mum on baseball lockout WASHING FUN -President Bush nearly toes k saingat the baseball lockout Tuesday, but the former first baseman, whose son is a part-owner of (he Texas Rangers, held up, His chief spokesman fielded the question instead Speaking at his daily brnefing with reporttrs. White louse Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater sud Bush wants the issue resolved Earlier, liush, at a picture-taking session in the Oval Office with Italian Prime Minister Gulio Andreotti, smiled when asked by a reporter if he believed anything should be done about the lockout Bush turned to Andreotti and said "She got very close to something I might answer. Very Lose there I was tempted Ware nears NFL decision HOUSTON -Heisman Trophy winner Andre Ware of Houston says he is close to deciding whether he will return for his final college season or enter the NFL Draft. Ware was the NCAA's leading passer last season. le Under the revised NFL policy for undergraduates. Ware has until March 22 to forgo his senior season and apply for the April 22-23 draft Former UF tailback Emmitt Smith was one of the first players accepted for the draft. Compiled from Alligator staff and wire reports. Poole party: Stacey becomes a star By GREGG DOYEL Alligator Staff Writer Every once in a while, a can't-miss type of prospect comes from the prep ranks. someone who can shoot the 18-footer or bang away on the inside with equal propensity And every now and then, people, even potential superstars, get hurt UF redshirt freshman Stacey Poole, one such potential superstar who has taken a detour on his way to stardom, has done his time on the so-called comeback trail Twice Back on Nov. 4, 1988, on just his fourth day of practice as a Gator, Poole cut across the lane and felt his right Achilles' tendon snap After six months of rehabilitation, where the forward's basketball action consisted of tossing a ball in the air in the confines of his room. Poole was given the OK to play again Weeks later, when he tore his lef Achilles' tendon, Poole didn't know whether to laugh or cry When it snapped he second time, I laughed. It was almost funny it was so unbelievable," Poole said. "After all the rehab, it was the last thing I thought would happen. "Tie second time hurt more mentally than physically, because I knew it would be another six months before I could get back on the floor. I could dribble the ball in my room, but I couldn't shoot a real jumper because of the injury." --yUZETT PnCb0( -ALbGAIOR Stacey Pool, has bounce back from Injuries to be a started, this season. Battle at quarterback By JASON DAViS Alligator Staff Writer The Irony is incredible, After having two quarterbacks who did little last season in terms of being leaders (for the IF football team, there now are five in the Gators' spring camp, and they're all doing fairly well That makes choosing a leader even harder, UF coach Steve Spurrier said. "They're all doing pretty good, so deciding who's ahead is tough to call," Spurrier i said after getting his first look at the quarterbacks in a game situation Friday. Kyle Morris, Donald Douglas, Lex Smith, Brian Fox and Shane Matthew battling to step forward as Spt man when UF opens its se against Oklahoma State. But Spurner said he is not move any of the five from con Morris, who started six ga until his suspension for gamb peared sharp in workouts, Fox, transfer from Purdue, was the back to drive the offense for in UF's first scnmmage last w Fox completed ive consecu one point, and threw an 18-yar pass to tight end Kirk Kirkpat Douglas likely will be out of shaping up in spr s have been under Spurrier's more pass-oriented ofirrier's No I fense. Douglas, arguably a better runner ason Sept. 8 (226 yards on 53 carries) than passer (29. for-59 for 330 yards), had been numored to ready to re. be considering transferring. tension. Smith, who handled much of the passing mnes last year duties during Morris' absence, is consid. ling, has ap. ered a darkhorse candidate for the starting asophomore job, behind Morris and Fox. Matthews, who only quarter was suspended along with Morris, is a a touchdown backup quarterback who never has seen eek. playing time. ive passes at Spur-er has no time frame for making a d touchdown decision rick. "You make decisions whenever they hit consideration you," Spurrier said. "But we have to start The transition from high school to the college ranks hasn't been quite as smooth as it probably should have been for Poole, aMr Basketball nominee for the state after his senior year at Jacksonville Forrest and one of the most highly sought recruits in the country But this season, where he has emerged as UF's top offensive threat, Poole has been one of the few bnght spots in an otherwise dreary year for the Gators "After I went through all that rehab for a sold year, I wasn't going to let anything get me down," he said "Dis season has been like icing on the cake It was un'ortunate that (Dwayne Schitziusand Living ston Chatman) quit, but it opened the door for me Poole started the year as UFs first man off the bench, a backup to what some considered the top front line in the country in All-America center Schintzius and AllSoutheastern Conference forwards Chat man and Dwayne Davis But the midseason departure of Chatman left a gap at small forward that Poole quickly filled And when Schintzius left the team 11 days later, Poole was asked to wearanother hat -that of power forward. Poole has flowered in that role, scoring in double figures in 10of the final 11 games -a 15-points-a-game clip -despite facing the likes of Georgetown's Alonzo Mouning and Louisiana State's ShaqufileO'Neal "I've always felt like there are advantages to any matchup, whether they're two feet tall or eight feet tall," Poole said. "Not just because I've played well against Mournig and O'Neal, but because I've always had confidence, even while I was coming back." Last Tuesday night, against one of the biggest, baddest teams around, Poole let the country know he has come back, He led UF to a surprising nationally televised 76-63 victory over then-No. 15 ISU, ending the Gators' school-recordtying 14-game losing streak Poole led all scorers with 22 points -against a team that boasts one of the most formidable front lines in the country, featuring two 7-footers After scoring another 18 against Alabama on Saturday, Poole was named the SEC's Rookie of the Week for the final week of the regular season. But Poole said he'd rather win games, not awards. "That's wonderful," Poole said when told of the honor. "But it's wins I'm after, and winning the (SEC) Tournament would make my season. mg football making them." Elsewhere, an interesting race is under way for someone to replace pro-bound Emmitt Smith at tailback. 'The leaden appear to be junior Willie McClendon and redshirt freshman Errict Rhett. The 6-foot-1, 223-pound McClendon would seem to be the top contender, considering he was UFs second-leading nsher last season, gaining 529 yardson 97carries, Rhett, however, received the praises of former offensive coordinator Whitey Jordan before breaking his elbow and being lost for the season against Louisiana State. Rhett, 6-1, 210, is more of a finesse runner, while McClendon's forte is his strength.