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N.otlicially, associated with the University,, of Florida .Published by Campus Communication,,Ine,Gainesville*, Florid APPLAUSEFaculty

VOLUME 83, NUMBER 119 THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1990




I voice booming as president joins ranks IQ


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: This is the fourth of a 5- arl series teach a regular class while in ol ffice. That ably be i ii n his specialty field, Latin American becomes the bottom line Instead."

examining the issues facing President John extra duty has some faculty me tubers smil- history. Brockmann, a UF faculty member for 14

Lombardi as he leads UF into a new ing. "We're very close to being a years, said having an educator as the top
decade. "This place has been run by very major public university in administrator is an important step toward

By GEOFF BOUCHER real-estate lawyers, doctors and teaching and research," said getting faculty issues heard, but it is only

Alligator Staff Writer judges," said anthropology Professor Brockmann, a zoology professor. the first step. Now, she says, other faculty
Anthony OliverSmith."This 1DAG "Having administrators who are members need to be involved.
For years, UPs faculty have demanded a guy is an educator and a Q academicians is the only way that
"Look around at the major research uni-
louder voice in the Tigert Hall boardroom scholar. vision will be fulfilled.
versities and the has
discussions that create campus policies. "He broke the mold," Oliver- "(Academicians) are the only in faculty an importantrole
the
Now, with a fellow educator as president, Smith said.United people who understand that the university decision-making pro
she said "When
administrators talk
they may have the loudest voice of all. Faculty of Florida local real purpose and goal of the uni- cess,
to the faculty and bring them into the governance
President is education
John Lombardi, 47, became UF's ninth chapter Jane versity and re- of the university, it's an importantsee
Brockmann said UF as a whole will benefit search, Brockmann said. "If you have they
president Monday, and, if his plans hold up,
from Lombardi's class time,which i will prob- universi run as a business, then money Faculty page 5
he will be the first in more than 60 years to



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debate student issues


west Gainesville and the precinct
By BLAKE FONTENAY
Alligator Writer where students living on campus may
vote, and also for District 2, which
The four candidates for the District includes northwest Gainesville and
3 seat on the Gainesville City Commis- the Student Ghetto.

sion pleaded their cases Wednesdayto Michael Murphy, a UF student
about 50 UF students- and about who's running for the District 3 seat,
300 empty seats. said McCarty Auditorium's
Students and members of size made the crowd seem
F ida Blue Key grilled the smaller than it was.

rR'"t' yr foursome for almost an hour OCp "It wasn't packed," Mur-
e about several student is- phy said. "(But) it's about

sues, including campus-city what we had for the
relations, bicycle trails and (Gainesville) Apartmentthe
city's bottle club ordi- Association and it's more

nance. than the Sierra Club had.
After the forum, which This was comparable to the
13
was held at McCarty Audi- MARCH other forums that we've

torium, organizers and at had."

least two candidates said they were Realtor Tom McKnew,another can- I
fairly pleased with the student turnout."It didate for the seat, agreed with Mur ,

190 was about what I expected," said phy."I.
Alfredo Alvarado, Blue Key's directorof was impressed by the turnout,"
1. community affairs. "There's no one McKnew said. Most forums, unless

strong issue that the students are be- they are held in conjunction with some
hind. They need to be motivated other type of meeting, usually draw
and they get motivated by things that about that many people,McKnew said.
affect them directly." During the forum, Murphy McK

The turnout could have been higherif new and candidate Craig Hedgecocksaid

students had a clear issue to rally a city ordinance restricting the
behind, Alvarado said. operation of"bottle clubs"was unnec

Blue Key, a UF leadership honor essary.
The ordinance which into
went effect
ary,and Student Government cosponsored -
the forum to give students a in 1987, prevents people from
KEVIN VWISNEWSKI| -ALLIGATOq
The grass I Is always I greener chance to get to know the candidates drinking alcoholic beverages in public
places after 2 a.m.Several bottle clubs,
from Florida Field The Gators before Tuesday's elections. On that
A crew began removing the artificial turf Wednesday.
date voters will elect commissionerfor
will begin playing on natural grass this fall for the first time since 1971. a see Forum, page 4
District 3, which includes south-


I Condom machines installed in campus bathrooms I


RONALD DUPONT JR. Beaty Tower Commons, the Murphree Hall Infection. It was at that meeting that mem- When the idea of installing machines was
By Commons, lobbies in Jennings and Graham bers first proposed buying the machines. first proposed in 1987, administrators shotit
Alligator Writer halls,the Reitz Union and the J. Hillis Miller Arguments about sensitivity and health down. UF needed to be sensitive, task

UFs first condom machines have been ,Health Center. concerns were the main focus of the debate force members were told.

installed in four dormitories and several The bread-box-size machines, which dis- that followed, making the condom machine "There's always the feeling that if you puta

other areas, marking the end of a 2-year pense how-to directions in Spanish and En- issue one of the most controversial ever condom machine in a central area,you are
controversy that often divided administra- glish with the condom, were installed in confronted by UF Health Educator Joanne saying there's a lot of sexual activity there,"
both men's and women's bathrooms.The Auth. Auth said.

tors.About 25 machines, dispensing Prime lubricated installation marks the end of a fight "Of all the issues that made the word A year later, former UF President Mar-

condoms for 50 cents each, were that began two years ago during a meetingof condom acceptable in discussion, the con Machines
see 4
Jnstalled this, :week in bathrooms in therC the ,UF :Task .Force on, AIDS I and, HIV dom machine led the way," she said. page

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Bench Press: UF Recreational Exports: The Latin American tonight at 6 in Reitz Union Room 357.Call FOR YOUREYEGLASS
Sports Department is sponsoring a Film Series presents For Export 3920777.U.N. .
Bench Press Competition for men Only: Pesticides and Pills today at .: Model United Nations will
and women. All participants must 5:15: in Turlington Hall Room 2353. meet tonight at 7 in Reitz Union
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Portuguese: The Brazilian.Portuguese Council will discuss "Sexism 6705.
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at Farah's. Call 392-2100. tonight at 6:30: in McCarty Club meets tonight at 9 in Reitz
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apply to run in the Black Student Vet: The Pre-Vet Club will meet Horses: The UF Equestrian Club on quality glasses. We donl pay mall rent.

Union's 1990-91 elections. Pick up tonight at 7.30; in Reitz Union Room will meet tonight at 6:30: in McCartyHall Yousave bgmoney. te&g 378-3261
applications in the BSU Office. 337. Call Matt, 395-8323. Room 1108. Call Raven, 336- c71'1 urns woooaar er.atwxr.
FRESH: Friends through Racial Wave: The Gator Surf Club Ask about.,
Experience Sharing in Humanitywill meets tonight at 8:30: in the Orange 8151.Wind: The UF Boardsailing Club $20 OFF or SPECTRUM
meet today at 5 in Mallory Hall. & Brew. Call 373-SURF. will meet tonight at 7:30: in the
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; Senate discusses optionto Letters support Grapski 1




override fund deadlineBy Administrators, students urge judge to set bailBy m

DEBBIE CENZIPER and will be-held until a jury trial on April 16.
Grapski has a court hearing April 12,Tetrick
DEBBIE CENZIPER introducing bias and corruption into the Alligator Writer
committees. If one biased member of ei-
said.Grapski
Alligator Writer ther committee wants to hear anorganization's Several UF administrators and students is being held without bond be-

Student senators debated an amended special request even after have written letters in defense of former cause he didn't show up for a mandatory Nov.
statute Student Sen. Charlie Grapski, who is being 16, 1989 court hearing. Grapski had been
Tuesday night that would give the 90-day rule, the member may per-
held without bond in a South Florida jail. arrested in Broward for under
driving
student groups a chance to get money out suade others to vote to override the rule, County
of Student Government even if they miss Berlin said.Although. Student Affairs Director Myra Morgan said the influence of alcohol, resisting arrest and
the deadline to submit their requests for Berlin said he doesn't think she passed out the address of Broward hitting a sheriffs deputy. Not setting bond is
funding. County Judge Richard Eade,who will presideover common procedure, Tetrick said.
members of either B & F or ASFAC are
Grapski's trial, to administrators and Sandeen said he would not verify the letterhe
Student biased now,he doesn't know about future
have
to
groups request money
student senators so they could write and urge wrote nor information about Grapski.
90 days before event. If the amended committee members.
an the judge to set bond for Grapski. Sandeen cited the Buckley Amendment,
statute passes on second reading next "By putting this in our statute, what Morgan said she,Student Affairs Vice Pres- which obligates school officials to keep stu-
week, it would give two senate commit- you're doing is opening it up for the futureso ident Art Sandeen, Student Affairs Assistant dent records confidential.
tees the ability to override the 90-day that at time all it takes is
any one
Dean Ken Osfield Student
outgoing Body Tetrick read Sandeen's March 2 letter over
requirement by a two-thirds vote. person to want to hear it and they can
President Ed Scales, Senate President An- the phone. It states:
The two committees are the Budget and push it through committee," "he said."mat's drew Meyer and executive director of recycl- "He was the leader in organizing student
Finance Committee and the Activity and not fair to other groups. ing and environmental affairs Tad Delegal support on this campus for Chinese students
Service Fee Advisory Committee.The bill B & F chairman Chris Tompkins dis- wrote letters to the judge. Morgan said she after the violence occurred in China last year.
was created to provide an option for agreed and said the amended statute is doesn't know or care what Grapski has done, He has been an elected member of the Stu-
groups who submit their requests late. fair. but that he at least deserves bond."I dent Senate at UF and a leader of the Envi-

But before the statute passed first read- "(Berlin) had a ridiculous argument," can't imagine a student I worked with ronmental Action Group. He was also invitedto
ing, ASFAC coordinator Bret Berlin ar- Tompkins said. The provision is a fair going through this," Morgan said. a racial awareness workshop in Januarysee
gued that by giving the two committees Broward County docket clerk Kelly Tetrick
power to override the rule would only be see Senate, from 8 said Grapski has been in jail since Feb. 15 Grapski from page 8

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.Environmental group- .. to interview seniors for ,jobs .

By JASON C.BLOCKERAlligator campaigns,said Athan Manuel,the and really care about the environ- companies are able to pay new community," Manuel said.
group's campaign director. ment," he said. employees, the income is in line
WriterA Finding people who are willingto
The state-wide environmentaland The organization does not rely with other non-profit careers,Man work for a non-profit organization
Florida non-profit organization consumer group, which was exclusively on the Career Re- uel said. Salaries range from has become easier over the
will be on campus today to founded by consumer advocate source Center for applicants because $12,000 to $16,000 a year, but increase past few years because people are
interview people who are commit- Ralph Nader in the late 1970s,triesto people who seek a career for those who have commit more interested in the environment
ted to saving the planet. translate people's interest and. through a placement office aren't ted at least two years to the and consumer issues, Man-

The Florida Public Interest Re- awareness of environmental issues usually interested in working for a organization."We uel said.

search Group will interview grad- into activism and action, Manuel non-profit organization, environ- target people who are either
uating seniors at the Career said. mental group or a consumer active in political groups on Anyone interested in a career
Resource Center who are inter- "All people need to do is be group, Manuel said. campus or people who just like to with the group should call the Career

ested in working full-time on envi- willing to work hard on environ- Although its salaries are substantially organize the college communityand Resource Center at 3920296or
ronmental and consumer mental and consumer campaigns lower than what most get people involved in that stop by for an interview.



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plant concerns White HouseWASHINGTON

(UPI I) The White House said Rabta is dangerous and becoming more so."
Wednesday "the available evidence suggests" Libya The press secretary said the United States has
is producing chemical weapons and this points to the expressed its concerns to various governments and
need for"vigorous efforts to stop the operation." that Libya is well aware of them.
Press secretary Marlin Fitzwater refused to discuss He said, "This is a subject we have under continual The University Libraries
what the 'Vigorous efforts" might involve, but he discussion with our allies and 'others, and we intendto '" collections are being reorganizedto
refused to rule out the possibility of a military opera- press ahead with these discussions in coming days." make room for incoming materials.
tion. "We won't rule out anything," he said. In the published reports, analysts were quoted as By mid-summer most books In Library East
Fitzwater said the United States has been in contact saying Libya was making two chemical agents-one (Smothers) will be moved to another locationin
with all its allies and wants to shut off the supply of that blisters and burns the skin and lungs, and much that building or to another campus library.
chemicals to Libya, which the administration views as smaller quantities of a second agent that attacks the

a terrorist state. central nervous system. Information wilt be available at each campus library on
"We don't really know how the chemicals are get- They were also quoted as saying about 30 tons of what has been moved, what is currently being moved,
ting there or where they are coming from," the press the blister agent had been stockpiled. Sources told and what will be moved next.
secretary told reporters. ABC that some of the poison has been loaded by hand
Fitzwater's comments followed published reports into canisters that could be dropped from aircrafts as
should be unavailable for more than 24 hours
No book
quoting U.S. intelligence sources that Libya had chemical bombs.
resumed the limited manufacture of poison gas with Fitzwater refused to discuss the type of weapons because of these moves.WE'RE .

the goal of putting chemical arms plant into full-scale Libya may be producing, or how much the country
operation.The may have stockpiled. The United States focused. SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCEGAINESVILLE
New York Times, the Washington Post and ABC worldwide attention on the Rabta'plant in late 1988 ;
News reported that a Libyan facility, called Pharma150 after CIA Director William Webster said Libya was I
in Rabta, resumed production late last year after building the plant,calling it"the largest chemical plantI Ir-1rI T ;iif r8f aJ C'W'lf cf(11FYGi;=
months of technical problems. know of for chemical "
weapons. >>
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Fitzwater said, "The available evidence suggeststhat Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi,who later allowed .1..iia.. SE 1 th.W.e"'I) L.1
Rabta is producing chemical weapons. We are reporters a limited tour of the plant, has insisted it ; } ;\\\\'Jliillij'iII:: ;.; VA ..-.11
very seriously concerned about this development. manufactures Pharmaceuticals.received 11 6..T .nffisWe .o\.
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. Subway derailment leaves 93 injuredPHILADELPHIA I .! l t ,; .. !! 9 II -

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(UPI) A packed subway train minor cuts and bruises or broken legs. At O f.
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derailed in tunnel station least three in critical condition. !.. : .'.s. ( ..
a near a busy Wednesday were :. I. ,. l. y.\\ ,.!II-
during the morning rush hour, killing at least one Young said most of the injured were able to walk 1 1.-.,.. ..Gat J.. ., .. .1 ''" ft 5 JII
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person and injuring 93, officials said. out but about a dozen needed to be carried out on I! ". MINE
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"Everything went dark. People were screaming in stretchers.It 1 i ...tft

pain," said tea Green, a commuter on the train. 'We was not immediately known how many com- 11 .O.td'"n % %! 711
had to walk over people to get out of the train." muters were on board the six-car train which was ... .,. ''It WV" 'f Jii .

There was a discrepancy among authorities as to leaving a station westbound when it began to tremble. 1. 1! tf.1'i: { t.iiii
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how many people were killed. "It's fair to say it was a fully loaded train at that

Police Capt. Richard DeLise, who was at the scene, hour," Alston said. 111\ .11, r O '
said one person was killed but a police spokeswoman, Alston said the train was pulling out of 30th Street 9 Min_
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Sgt. Teresa Young, said three were dead. Station and picking up speed when the third car l i sun d a v ol 191111111111011-
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority derailed. Two other cars partially derailed. : ti.7i"Ij \ #z :
spokeswoman Donna Alston said two people were SEPTA immediately cut lower to the line,plungingthe .,, /: ltsa.1.L ._ .a 't o.I.:
killed. train into total darkness and setting off panic ._1 .
DeLJse said two passengers still were trapped three among screaming passengers. .I.! !
hours after the accident and authorities had not been Passenger Gene Malado described how the lightsin ;
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able to communicate with them. his train went out, the riders pitched forward and .Ii' '
iCiTY COMSAinjnnr -111;
The SEPTA subway-surface line derailed in a tunnel then chaos broke out. .. _._. ...!..
just west of Philadelphia's busy 30th Street Station at "My hip is swollen. I got knocked to the floor,"
about 8:45: a.m. Malado said. They told us to stay seated and remain
Dozens of people were trapped and needed to be calm. They had to pry our doors open to lift us out. ] AWARENESS WEEK 190
removed by the Jaws of Life hydraulic instrument. Hundreds of rescue workers rushed to the scene,
Rescue crews brought in medical equipment for am- bringing stretchers and first aid as well as portable presents
putation procedures.At lights.Traffic surrounding the station was gridlockedand
least 93 people, including four children, were roads leading to the area were closed. All trains THE RENEGADES
rushed to nine area hospitals. Most of the hospitalized running on the line were stopped for the day. Florida's Wheelchair Basketball Team

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FORUMfrom
"Mac" McEachern, was a memberof areas near campus, includ-
page 1 the city commission when'the ing the Student Ghetto.
THURSDAY MARCH 8th
which offer entertainment but ordinance passed. He said that although Having more students living
don't sell alcohol, unsuccessfully he initially supported the closer to campus would reduce the 7:30: P.M.O'CONNELL .
fought the ordinance in court afterit ordinance, 'he has had second city's traffic problems, McKnew CENTER
was enacted."I thoughts on the issue since his said.McEachern r .
don't believe that government term in office ended in 1987. and Murphy also
needs to try to tell people what to If elected, McEachern said he said they supported the idea of Free AdmissionThe
do," said Hedgecock, a consulting would urge the formation of a com- giving student adjunct membersthe
engineer and part-time UF engi- mittee to study the ordinance and power to vote on city advisory
neering professor. "We should be "to see what, if anything, needs to boards.
setting policies, not trying to dic- be done." And Hedgecock and Murphysaid
tate to people." Also during the forum, McKnewsaid they'd take steps to encouragemore
that the city should try to bicycle riders on city streets.In .


machines could be installed. The fact, she said, sales could be
Task Force was elated, but mem- so bad that the vendor may take
MACHINESfrom bers knew that students wouldn't out the machines in six months.

page 1 flock to the machines, Auth said. Lack of sales,however,may not be

shall Criser also said no to the idea. "It's more of a statement than an the only factor that spells the
By December, after even more accessibility issue," Auth said, machines' demise, Auth said. Gator All-Stars (UF football players) will take on the Florida
studies showed that condoms pointing out that UF has 32,000 "I hope students won't rip them Renegade Wheelchair Basketball Team. ALL participants will use
helped prevent the transmission of students and 25 machines. "We off the wall for a souvenir," she wheelchairs.
certain diseases, former interim don't expect to sell a lot of con- said. "This has been a problem in
President Robert Bryan said the doms." some schools." FUNDED BY STUDENT GOVERNMENTTOI



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thing," Brockmann said. ments and he was later cleared of didn't share the group's goals. but it will i set him apart from former
FACULTYfrom The freedom to take unconventional wrongdoing. But the entire inci- Haynes, who said he would re- presidents. UF President
page 1 positions came under doubtin dent, dubbed "Chambergate sign from the group if members Emeritus J.Wayne Reitz,who led
step going toward attaining that January 1987,when former Pres- faculty members wary. Philosophy displayed racist views said active UF from 1955 to 1967, said teach
vision." ident Marshall Criser was accusedof Professor Richard Haynes said ad- support of free speech is a trait ing presidents are rare.
Another step is ensuring that trying to stifle some proenvironment ministrative pressure is hard to campus leaders should have. "I don't know of who's
professors who were lobby- spot because it is often disguised. anyone
educators what "You have to have administrators -
can say they want. ever done it, and I come
near as
ing at city and county meetings.The "They don't say 'Shut up or 111 providing active leadership in "
"If crucial to a great university knowing as anyone, Reitz, 81,
'"
that controversy began when fire you, Haynes said. "It's more academic freedom," Haynes said.
the faculty feels they can said. "I know (former President
say then-Gainesville Chamber of Com- subtle. For Instance, when there'san "That is, whenever there is criticism
and do that John and he
things might not fit into ) Tigert didn't came
merce President John Schroephertold opportunity to give or withhold of academic
an taking an unpopular
the in
administrative views, 1928.1 I came to the university in
chamber members that Criser won't get it." view, not
money you just defendingthe
Brockmann said. "Having faculty 1934 and since then no one has
who can take unconventional positions had agreed to intimidate the professors Haynes almost earned a"contro- ( view), but arguing how valu- done it either.

is of by sending UF officials to versial" tag when he offered to able it is."
part a great university.
the meetings. serve as faculty adviser for a proposed Faculty members said it's a little "If be a real challenge for him
She said the threat of punishment When the taped conversation campus white rights group. early to predict Lombardi's with the busy schedule of a presi-
may or may not be founded, became public, Schroepfer re- The white student union, which strengths,but Haynes said a teach- dent,"he said."It's not that former
but the perception remains."A signed and said he had needs an adviser to be consideredfor ing president is a good sign. The presidents wouldn't have liked to
lot of people fear reprisals will "embellished"Criser's comments. official group status, turned class may or may not give teach, I just don't think they had
fall on them if they say the wrong Criser denied making the com- Haynes down after leaders said he Lombardi! better campus insight time.



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sportsLast i},
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week, UF President John Lombardi! said he likes
Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger. He said he respects the
job he's done and that he doesn't plan to fire him. Per- oil

haps Lombardi! needs a history lesson. r

UF's athletic department has had serious problems star-
ing it in the face long before Arnsparger took over in
1987. But even after his promise to clean house, the %
NCAA still investigates UF, and new allegations of
wrongdoing are a daily threat.

Around the country, headlines have screamed, "More
trouble at Florida" or some variation. UF has a reputationof Q
being among the elite "bad boys" in college sports. Un-
fortunately, football and basketball teams represent univer-
sities much more than the number of National Merit

Scholars they have.

The scandals of the past two years taint this universityand

are a source of embarrassment to many people.
Arnsparger is the man who was supposed to clean up the to 'Schoolhouse Rock'

program.So .
.
far, he has failed. y u .n.was the week after the Turn Petty concert;; :: and
my friend and I were in astronomy class. The lectureon Patricia Lee
His routine has been simple. Only when a scandal Galileo included an explanation of"free fall," and STUDY HABITS"
breaks, does he fire a coach. But his job is to know about our professor was telling us what would happen if we
possible rules violations and stop them before the scandal threw an object from the top of the world. But my
mind was on something else. because that night I would study.
hits the front pages of the state's major newspapers.
"Now I'm free,free falling..."Hmmmm.Tom Petty's Naturally, I didn't.
Firing coaches is like hoping to cure cancer with from Gainesville,right?I wonder if he took this course. When I told my friend Wanda about our class,she
bandages. Sometimes, the coaches aren't even the prob- As I looked at the class,listening so attentively and was excited as well,and suddenly we were rehearsingour
lem. Coaches are, and should be, more concerned with taking notes, I had to really hold back from laughingand Schoolhouse Rock repertoire.
athletes than dealing with overzealous alumni the try to keep my secret to myself. But it was OK, Study time was replaced by our efforts to rememberthe
source of much of UF's grief. because that night I was going to study.I other songs,but we never got past the classic"I'm
I didn't. just a bill, on Capitol Hill..."
Arnsparger has said in the past that he takes pride in A few weeks later, my economics professor- his Since then, I've' studied somewhat for tests, but
not knowing of the scandals that plague the athletes and TV image -was telling me about the "consumption never established good daily studying habits.Judgingby
UF. If that's true, it's a scandal in and of itself. function." I was paying attention, (honestly!) when all my notes, attendance, interest and organization,
of a sudden my friend Ernie looked at me and said, I'm a great student. But oh, do I lack the disciplineand
But we think he knows a lot more than he's telling "Hey, know what that reminds me of? 'Conjunction good grades!
anyone. He knew about the NCAA's investigation when it Junction, what's your function...' Determined to become a great student once and
started last June and played along with a request to keep I flipped. for all, I secluded myself from the world the other
everything secret. He denied knowing anything until con- "Oh, yeah! The little train?" It was an exciting night and tried to study just for the sake of it.
fronted with proof of the investigation in October. Did he moment for both of us. Of course I could never forgetmy I started with my astronomy class. From my notes,
know about the violations when they occurred? One has childhood Schoolhouse Rock,the only truly educational "Under extreme conditions of heat and pressure as
to wonder. show I ever saw on network television. in Jupiter,liquid hydrogen goes into a metallic stage.:"
Surrounded by economics, my friend and I were Suddenly, I picture Young Hydro the rebel, going
Because of the never-ending swirl of controversy sur- in perfect harmony as we sang,"Conjunction Junction, through his metallic stage,wearing a Metallica T-shirt
rounding UF, being an Gator is almost embarrassing.How what's your function?Hooking up words and phrasesand and playing an air guitar while his parents yell for him
many students go home for break and get teased by clauses..." to lower the music.I .
friends who went to school someplace else? Some stu- Every time the professor mentioned the consump- wonder if 111 get any decent grades this term.
dents, interested in sports or not, don't want to be as- tion function thereafter, we'd snap our fingers and Patricia Let is a journalism JUH ior trying desperatelyto
sing along. It was hard to take notes,but that OK
was keep her 3.0 CPA afloat
sociated with people who can't play by the rules. .
LETTERS TO THE I
Lombardi! and football coach Steve Spurrier represent a EDITOR

refreshing change a new philosophy and, hopefully, a Baby Gator should period, Baby Gator neglected to need now is another waiting list.
new direction. But it takes more than a new attitude. inform parents such as myself of Vicki Tyson
Changes need to be made at the top, with administratorslike report fee increaseEditor the substantial fee increase. I GainesvilleBlue
Arnsparger, as well as at the bottom. learned Feb. of the fee increase only nominee
: As a university employee 14,1990, during a phone con- Key
Arnsparger always says it's the media's job to speculateon concerned with affordable and versation to confirm my son's start-
the problems in his program. Fine. Speculation here is quality child care,I placed my childon ing date. hinders equalityEditor
that Arnsparger needs to go. the Baby Gator waiting list at Parents who have carefully A big thanks to Lynda
:
birth, March 1987, for entrance at planned for their children's educa- Blue Key
age 3.At. tion should be notified of fee chan- Wasula, nominee for the
president, for damaging
alligator Editor that time the cost of child ges those as soon as they occur.That way women's movement with such a
Lucy Chabot care at Baby Gator was $140 a of us with financial limitations sexist statement against men!
Managing Editor Opinions Editor month. The rate increased to $270a can plan accordingly beforea bring
last-minute change must be made Wasula said women can
Maiy Shedden Tonya Sutton month two years ago,and is goingup in order to find an alternative things to Blue Key that men can't.
as of August 1, 1990, to $285 a
Letters Policy month. This cost is applicable to a quality learning environment. What were you thinking Lynda?
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word(about one 8-by-lO page).They should be non-student family of four that In my opinion, Baby Gator no Women will only become equal by
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include I typed name address and telephone longer ,
provides
than affordable acting equal.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call earns more 36300. com-
the editorial page editor at 37fr44M. I petitive child care for the university Jill Watkins
During the three-year waiting community, and the last thing I 3LSI



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IL UF Celebration 1990 Continues ; CAM THIS WEEK


r ,P'A All-Day Jazz Festival SaturdayEvents r.5 su


for Celebration 1990, UF's annual arts festival, continue today through Satur
h4011P day. The week-long celebration includes jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan and Paul Shaffer TODAY
and The World's Most Dangerous Band performing in an all-day jazz festival Saturdayat MUSIC LECTURE/RECITAL/ Impressionism -
__ 9 the Bandshell.A in Music and Painting," by West
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services. 355 variety of student groups perform for today's "Renaissance Day.The Jongleur Jugglers Vuginia music historian and pianist Virginia
Tigert Hall, and paid lor at usual advertising rates to com will 1 perform at the Turlington Hall courtyard from 10:25: to 10:40: a.m. and at theReitz : m., 120 Music Building.
mUnicate official notices and Important information to Union from 11:30: to 11:45: a.m. Student art will be exhibited today and tomorrow FINANCE WORKSHOP, "Property
Students(acuity and start Call 392 0186 for information. from 11 a.m. to 4 on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Rights in Franchise Contracts," by Univer-

The UP Fencing Team will perform from 11:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m., today in the Plaza sity of Illinois finance professor Frank
r of the Americas. UFs Renaissance Ensemble will play from 11:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m. Mathewson, 3 p.m., 223 Bryan Hall.
on the Reitz Union North Lawn, followed by UP drama students performing BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR, "New
Applications Due Shakespearean skits. The band Mr. Whoopee Will play tonight from 5 to 6 p.m. at Biomaterials Based on Membrane
Graham Pond, and the UP Jazz Bands I, II and III will present a concert at 8:15: p.m. Mimicry," by London's Royal Free Hospital
For Women's AwardIn in the University Auditorium. School of Medicine professor Dennis
Friday celebrates "Sounds from Around the World," with several performances by Chapman, 4 p.m., Cl-17 J. Hillis Miller
student groups of different nationalities. The following groups will snare their musicon Health Center.CHEMICAL.
Asian StudiesFemale the Reitz Union North Lawn: 11 to 11:30: a.m., Chinese performers; 11:30: a.m. to ENGINEERING LEC-
students with an above-average noon, Indian performers, and noon to 12:30: p.m., Spanish performers.A TURE, "Thermodynamics of Oxygen
academic record in UF's Asian Studies storyteller will be at the Plaza of the Americas on Friday from 11:30: a.m. to 12:30: Ordering in High Tc Superconductors, by
major, minor or certificate program may p.m., and the University Gospel Choir and Carisba will perform at the Plaza of the Amer- Florida Atlantic University physics pro-
apply for the 1990-91 Alice M. Zirger icas from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. A lunch-box theatre, featuring student performers, is scheduled fessor L. Wille, 4 p.m., .237 Chemical
Memorial Scholarship of $500. from 12:30: to 1:30: p.m. on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Friday night showcases the UF En AWARENESS
Alice M.Zirger: a student above traditional Student Woodwind Quintet from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Florida Museum of Natural Historyand DRUG WEEK LECTURE,
age in Asian Studies, died in her senior the Floridance company from 8:15: to 9:30: p.m. in the Reitz Union Ballroom. with UF head football coach Steve Spur-
year at UP in 1986. The scholarship was Celebration 1990 concludes with Saturday's jazz festival, which will be held from 2 rier and UF passing coach John Reaves, 7
established with a gift from the Zirger family. to 10 p.m. and features Cold Fusion, the University of North Florida Jazz Ensemble, p.m., Carleton Auditorium.
Applicants, preferably non-traditional, Barry Sides Blues Band and Pili Pill. Jordan performs at 6:30: p.m., and Shaffer and WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL GAME,
must have completed or be completing the World's Most Dangerous Band appear at 8:30: p.m. Renegades vs. the Gator All-Stars, 7:30:
All concerts and events are free and open to the public. Celebration 1990 is sponsored p.m., O'Connell Center.
Applications by Omicron Delta Kappa, Friends of Celebration and Student Government. For ACCENT SHOW comedian and comedy
available in 417 Grinter Hall. For more in- more information, call 392-5414. writer A. Whitney Brown, 8 p.m., Reitz

formation about the scholarship, contact Union Ballroom.FRIDAY
Chauncey Chu, 3927550.Agriculture.
COASTAL ENGINEERING SEMINAR,
Award "Gravity Wave Attenuation Over a Porous
Sea Bed by UF coastal engineering doctoral
i yr candidate Zhihao Gu, 12:50: p.m., 501
Applicants SoughtUndergraduate Weil Hall.
AEROSPACE/MECHANICS/ LECTURE,
and graduate students 15th Sir Geoffrey Taylor Memorial Lecture
studying tropical agriculture can apply now by Johns Hopkins University professor
for the 1990 Dickinson Award in Tropical emeritus of mechanics James Bell, "A
Agriculture. The annual award provides Retrospect on the Contributions of G.I.
travel funds to support research and training Taylor to the Continuum Physics of Solids,"
in tropical agriculture from an ecological r 3,109 Little Hall.
perspective during Summer 1990. UNIVERSITY CHOIR CONCERT under
Applications are available from Valarie the direction of Ronald Burrichter, 8:15:
Brown in 120 Newins-Ziegler Hall, and p.m., University Auditorium.
must be returned to Brown by March 30. SATURDAY

For more information, contact Katherine RECREATIONAL SPORTS department
Ewel, 326 Newins-Ziegler Hall, 3921792.
lpt, certification tests for swimming, windsurfing
rowing and sailing, noon to 4 p.m.,
Thesis Workshops Lake Wau 'rg, nine miles south of UF
campus on U.S.. 441, call 466-4112 for

Today And MondayStudents information. SUNDAY /

can receive help with how to MUSEUM LECTURE about NASA space
write a thesis or dissertation through a shuttle missions, by UF astronomer Dan
workshop offered by the UF Reading and AWARD WINNERS-Interim President Robert Bryan presented four UF employees Durda, 2 p.m., Florida Museum of Natural
Writing Center, in conjunction with the Superior Accomplishment Awards for Division 1 of the award program for the 1989-90 History
professional staff from the Teaching Cen- year. Pictured are, left to right: Interim President Bryan, Vera Hartauch, Mike DeLorenzo MONDAY
ter, Graduate School, Library West, Mar- and Walter Coker. Not pictured .is Betty Wagner. GERIATRICS LECTURE SERIES, "Right-
ston Science Library and the Health Cen- To-Die and Living-Will Issues with
ter Library. UF Award Geriatric Patients," by VA Hospital Nurs-
The schedule for the workshop, entitled Superior Accomplishment ing Home Care Unit medical director Dr.
"Writing the Thesis and Dissertation," is Nannette Hoffman, 11 a.m., NHCU Con
as follows: Winners Announced For Division 1 ference Room, VA Medical Center.
Today-"Research Materials Available for BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR, "Gene-
Individual Disciplines," 2:30: to 4 p.m., Four UF employees have received the The Superior Accomplishment Awards tics of Cell Wall Degrading Enzymes in Er-
separate sessions held at Library West and Superior Accomplishment Award for their Program was implemented to recognize winia spp," by University of California-
the Health Science Library. Two sessions work division for 1989-90. Award winners employees who exhibit outstanding and Riverside plant pathology professor Noel
held today and tomorrow from 2:30: to 4 include Mike DeLorenzo, associate director meritorious service and who have directly Keen, noon, 1031 McCarty Hall.
p.m. in the Marston Science Library. O'Connell Center; Betty Wagner, administrative improved the quality of life for students WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES
Monday "Editing Your Thesis and Dissertation assistant, General Counsel; and other employees. LECTURE, "The Redcockadedbod.
2:30: to 4 p.m., Reitz Union. Walter Coker, photographer, Information pecker in Court," by Southeastern Natural
Space is limited for all sessions. Call &: Publications Services and Vera Hart- Resources Center counsel David White,
392-0791: to register. such, executive secretary, University Camp Recruiters At UF 3:45: 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall.NUTRITIONAL .
Relations. SCIENCE SEMINAR,
u For Each award winner from Division 1, Representatives from more than 30 summer "Soluble Fiber Lowers Serum Cholesterol,"
UniversityseM6' the central and U.S.
s which includes the President's Office, camps in eastern by Dr.James Anderson, University of Kentucky
News & InformationUNIVERSITY will visit campus to talk to students about clinical
General Counsel, Information &: Publications medicine and nutrition professor
summer jobs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today 4 R3-265 Health Science
Services, University Relations, p.m.,
the Reitz Union Colonnade. Students
Center on Center Academic Research
Government Relations, O'Connell Building.
D T and Internal Auditing, received $100, a of all majors are invited to stop by EARTH DAY 2000 SEMINAR, with Arthur
and talk the various This
to employers. Saarinen Water Pollution Control
certificate and plaque. Divisional winners ,
automatically become nominees for awards event is sponsored by the Career Resource Federation president, discussing en-
i information call the
Center. For
at the University level. more vironmental ethics, 4 p.m., Cl-4 J. Hillis
3921601.jportunityAffirmative.
Center at
Miller Health CentetTHURSDAY t tU
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Preprofessional Journal Society's $767.60 funding

GRAPSKIfrom "I understand that Charlie is SENATEfrom request out of Senate's Information and Investigation

page 3 being; held without bail and that he page 3 Committee despite the chairwoman's report

could be in the county jail for an that the request was worthwhile. Chairwoman Bar
organized by our office..My con- undetermined amount of time. and legal way for all groups to be considered and bara Howard said the committee doesn't have

tact with Mr. Grapski on this campus Being held without bail is some to allow circumstances beyond a group's control to enough members to make quorum, but she re-

has been positive and his thing I have always thought was left be considered." viewed the request herself.

participation in student life activities for criminals and for individuals
career Student Body Treasurer-elect David Stern said
have been responsible. Thank With senators voting against its removal from
who have committed heinous
the the amended
Wednesday that he is against way
you for your consideration." of crimes. I will not committee, the funding request will continue to sit
types judge statute is written and wants Tompkins to take the
Osfield verified Wednesday that what Mr. Grapski has done but bill out of Senate for a few weeks so it can be revised. in I & I.Senators I.

he also wrote a letter and said he what I ask is that you reconsideryour Stern agreed with Berlin that the way the statute is

doesn't think an individual like stance on no bail.'" written now, committee members may give in to also passed on second reading the Grad

Grapsk! should be held without political pressure and vote to hear a request even uate Student Council's funding request for $1,048,
bond. Osfield said he wrote the the Student Agricultural Council for $1,531, the
Grapski dismissed from Senate be absolute
was when it may not an necessity.
letter in support of Grapski. at the end of February for reasons SailingTeam for$7,097 and the Sports Club Councilfor

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thing more will\ be sorely disap- destroy him.Naturally. entire reason
and it is handled with flair and
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danger of nuclear war and deceitful sends out its fleet as well, unsure intelligence. Part of this is due to
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Red October is resolutely apolitical. half-inclined to blow Red Octoberout includes James Earl Jones, Scott includes: u
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Marielle said students should BANDS Richmond (Fri), Open Mike

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Tom Wonder whose life he's about.
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copy editors dan wine checkered past. First, he wants Lombardi to spend sometime I The University of Florida Jazz BandsI
cover art craig baxter II and III will
living at Holiday Inn (t h.interim presidential I suite) present a free public:
concert at 8:15: p.m. Thursday In the
while the president's mansion is "under investigation." Then we'll start the Lombardi B IST University Auditorium. Directed by Cary

Student Union for university presidents with the last name Lombardi. And if that's Langford, the program of jazz favorites

not enough, we can burn down his office in Tigert Hall while the Tigert staff sings includes "St. Thomas," "Teach Me
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fire, we'd better make sure he's walkingwith ; B BITS The University Choir will perform
; music for mixed voices at 8:15: p.m. Friday
a friend, JP warned. "There's no .
in the University Auditorium. The
pro-
telling what could happen to him in the gram, directed by Ronald Burrichter, will
dark there. Ooooh, I shudder to thinkof t! include Heinrich Schuetz's "Psalm 100," Rene Clausen's "Hosan-

it." So do we, JP. Enjoy your prize. [! na," James McCray's "Remembrances of Love" and James
j I Mulholland's "My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose." Performances
Next week's should warm
question |I by choir accompanist Andrew Foote, graduate student director
everyone up for spring break. AP- \i Laurie West and UF's Chamber Singers are part of the free
PLAUSE wants to know what's the best L I concert.

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Brown's legs. All they see is his upper torsoas Weekend Update. Brown's nervous, fluctuating read papers, most news is usually just a new too many, Brown says.
he delivers his contribution to the voice is a trademark as he recalls all development of an old story. Nothing's Brown's original job for "SNL" was writing .
Weekend Update on "Saturday Night the news that's fit to twist. completely out of the blue." but six months later, he started per.
Live. Brown says his A comforting forming.
After he closes his monologue with "and stand-up show is thought from a "Well, I started talking. I wouldn't really
that's the Big Picture," he must get up, very similar to his man whose act is call myself a performer. Acting Is Incredibly
sooner or later, and walk away from the spot on "SNL." In fk based on current boring. It doesn't take much intelligenceAll
desk. But most people, unless a part of the fact, it's just like events. When you really need to act is a mirror and a
studio audience, never see that. that expanded. asked what he dream."
Here's your chance. He's coming to the "If you like that, thinks about the His lack of respect for acting extends to
Rion Ballroom, where literally hundreds of you'll like this. But opening of the Ber- all, including his co-workers.
students! can see his broken leg on stage. if you don't like lin Wall or the elec- "Like that Lovitz guy he's typical
Yes, his broken leg;, the unfortunate result ofa that, you'll still tions in Nicaragua, actor. If you wanted to win a race with him,
n.i.i'nt car accident He says he fell asleep probably like this. Brown said he's all you'd have to do is put up a mirror
at the wheel. Brown seemed "heard of those somewhere along the way."
Some people might not come back froman unsure whether things," but that's Brown's life has been a meandering race
experience like that, but A. Whitney's a students here about It. that started when he left his home in
real trooper I Ic'll still be here, with the help would respond to If he is unin- Michigan at 14 years old. He says his family
oi a pair of crutches. Note:Take all this witha his act. formed, you'd be just decided to go their separate ways.
grain of salt. After all, he is a comedian."It "No, it almost hard-pressed to "We decided to call it even 'cause we
has slowed me down a little bit,". never goes over prove It. His didn't get along. I wanted to go to
Brown said in a recent telephone Interview. well. But I thoughtthis skewed chroni- Woodstock."
Besides this obvious physical obstacle, would be the cling of world He went to Woodstock, and four years
Brown says his performance may be Im- one place, the one events is intelligentand later he ended up in San Francisco. That
peded by a terminal lack of talent. ill-informed place clever It may was 15 years ago, when comedy clubs
"I'm I not a great performer; I I'm not an where I could get it \ be the only news didn't exist and work was hard to find He
actor, but I I'm fairly articulate. But I'll leave over, where they some people eet. started as a juggler, performing on the
that to the audience." were just too busy to keep up, and I could Brown seems to handle that responsibility street and in the circus for a while.
lie may not have an audience with talk slip my act by." with grace.Though some may know He moved to New York when SNL hired
like that. This man has a serious lack of Brown says things never change. It seemsas him only through his appearances on him, but he says it "sucks."
self-esteem That's strange considering he though they do, but they don't. "SNL," he's also been the creative force "I 1 have to live there or I'd get fired."
ha a featured spot on one of television's "If you keep up on the news for a coupleof behind a number of other sketches like the A Whitney Brown will perform at 8 tonightin
mosr beloved shows After five years, The weeks and read the newspaper pretty pathological liar, a character brought to life the Rion Ballroom The show is free and
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You could smell the culture brew- level. That last thing is just part of Beginning at 2 p.m.,the art auction says. "We're all new and all learning
Ing in the air. Most likely, though, I Burpee's show. includes donated works from Lenny together. Our water heater's broken,
was just catching a whiff of the wine- When artists get a show at the Kesl, Wally Wilson and Cuqui but the rent is due nonetheless, and
flavored breath of this green trench- Artitorium, they have free reign to Aponte. Aponte caused the we've got like 25 bucks." Actually,
coated, rough-throated bum, who decorate the walls,ceiling and floorsas brouhaha at Leonardo's 706 with her it's more like $19.20, according to
was in my face screeching that the they please. One thing stays in the paintings of anatomically correct an- Greer Summer, a UP senior who
band was getting ready to play. He gallery at all times, though the gels last fall. All proceeds and dona- helps run the gallery.
wasn't the first person I expected to donation box. Jorge Perez, an Ar- tions will go to keeping the doors Naturally they're in the process of
at art but hell, the titorium with In at Cainesville's student
see an opening supporter a degree open only organizing and thinking up ways to
wine was free. journalism from UF, spruced up a cooperative art center. If any stu- generate revenue. In the future, they
Of course, the Artitorium, locatedat normal glass box into a makeshift dents or artists (is there any dif- hope to turn the Left Wing, formerly
410 NW 13th St. (just 50 paces work of art. Malleable steel arms jut ference?) want to help out by devoted to displaying artwork deal-
down the street from another cul- from its top with dollar signs donating some of their own work, ing with current controversial issues -
tural mecca Krispy Kreme) shat- suspended on their tips. When they should get it in by Sunday Into a store where artists and
ters a lot of preconceived notions viewed at the right angle, the morning. You can call the gallery at students can sell their work, includ-
about art gallery enthusiasts. The separated letters on its surface spell 335-9796. ing jewelry and crafts.
place was abuzz-preppies hanging out "Donations." Sipping on a can of The Charming Bastards, What But for now, with their dire straitsIn
with street urchins, street urchins Busch, Burpee joked later in the eve- Anne Likes, Pig Pen and Bumble mind, they want to rent out the
hanging with pasty white artsy ning that people thought it was the have graciously agreed to play space. Perez says it could be used as
A section of American coolest without fee, all for the of the
types. cross thing on display.Well good a studio, and "we may even let them
youth. The snotty, pseudointellectuals if the Artitorium is going to arts. The artwork will be auctionedoff have access to the kitchen, depending -
running around saying "well, have any future in Gainesville at all, between the band's sets. on how we like them."
basically" were nowhere to be foundat that donation box had better have a Andrew Freivogel of Bumble attended The Artitorium, founded in Sep-
last of David The Artitorium has the last week to see
Saturday's opening good reception. opening tember 1987, has provided a seem-
Burpee's first show,Judith and Other run into major financial difficulties, his friend's first exhibit.Looking for- ingly open-to-anything forum for
Idols of Perversity, which runs or as Burpee put it, "Yeah, we're ward to Sunday's benefit, he says, local artists to display their work,
through March 15. desperately poor." "Musicians are artists, too, and we'll and this doesn't stop with framed
On the surface,the gallery appears The students, artists and sup- do anything we can to help out the pictures. The gallery also features
humble enough. Though its teeny porters, who run the gallery in co-op arts." literary readings, coffee houses and
: facade looks like Atlanta after the fashion,hope to alleviate some of the Perez says past auctions have an avant-garde movie night. Two
fire, the inside is as quaint as quaintcan debt they've accrued with a band raised around $300 to $400, and he shows open a month displaying
be. Wood floors, a fire place, benefit and art auction this Sundayat hopes for at least that much from this
large fishing hooks dangling at eye the gallery. one. He is just one of the 15 to 20 PLEASE SEE PAGE TENAPPLAUSE
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fL Paul f four days a week.. Yet he celebrity.. He always says, ''Paul, just jump in for this?' "
nervous about playing at the UF if have .' '
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S shell Saturday night.. Most of the funny things lie has to say are elaborate songs like ""The Late Night Anthem" 2
"It's' a totally different feeling being onstage garnished in Paul's' trademark hep-cat lingo.. or the "Viewer Mail Theme" (a song
When you're' live, you constantly haveto His comments have become so integral to the composer Henry Mancini was commissionedto
keep the audience interested," Paul said ina show that Paul's' speech is often borrowed as write and perform on the show). He says
a recent telephone interview.. ""There's' a lot popular slang. What people don't' realize is he doesn't' like to write he likes to play the
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not on TV." He's' parodying himself. "My strength is that I know different styles S
/ "Late Night with David Letterman" is "Some people talk to me in what they per- and I can think.. I can fake it and sound sort
taped live in front of a studio audience, and ceive as my language. Then I realize they're' of authentic.. Everything except beebop I Sti till II
though the home viewers cannot hear or see ''doing'' me.. I wonder why people say, ''Paul, can't' do that too well."
1 1r them, The World's' Most Dangerous Band you're' a nutty guy.' Then I realize they're' Paul started taking piano lessons at age S ,
r ) plays entire songs through commercial flattering me in a way.." five.. Shortly after, he heard "100 pounds of .
breaks, But that's' not how most people know Paul wields the power entrusted to him Clay" by Gene McDaniels and never took
f them. And they can't' do much to change the rather carefully.. He realizes how potentially another lesson.. He had found rock'n'roll.' .
bits'n'pieces' impression most people have of dangerous anything said over the holy "I 1 taught myself to play those songs.. I
them since they work as studio musicians in medium can be.. forgot about the lessons, but I spent about
addition to their "Late Night" schedule.. So, Recently, he and Dave did a sketch where two hours a day bashing rock'n'roll' on the Crazy
Bpi L there's' not much time left for touring. Dave was adorned with five gorgeous keys."
b 1 1,
f axl + t That's' OK with Paul. He likes working with models, and Paul was with his wife and five He had a rock'n'roll' band in high school,
Dave and friends, doing the stuff he likes to kids.. The skit's' joke was Paul's' obvious envyof but when he went to the University of Toronto !
1 do, one of which is hamming it up. Dave's' "freedom.." he gave it all up for sociology and
"I'm' happy to get to talk on TV. I have to "Of course, I had to make sure people philosophy.. He says he became severely
i. + be Doc (Severinsen) and Ed (McMahon), but understood I have no wife or kids.." depressed, so in his junior year he joined a
t f t ts it's' a fun spot to be in.. I've' done the kind of Paul says he used to take more chances and jazz group, and after graduation, he playedin : After
s -. acting where you read lines, and I prefer joke more about his personal life. But no a series of clubs and lounges.
l t s sr ) thisAnd' more.. "I 1 never learned to read music too well
1 r' if it looks as though he's' having fun, "Now I'm' careful not to do jokes about because I had a good ear and could fake it.."
he Is, The show emanates a casualness and things that people will think are true." However, modest as he is about his talent,
r s sf spontaneity attractive to young audiences.But But Paul's' not afraid to take his share of Paul is well respected in his field.. One of his

tl+ii f r.8e r. when it comes to the show's' quality, ribbing.. more prestigious jobs has nothing to do with All
everyone! takes his or her job seriously. "Sometimes I might be the butt of a joke, "Late Night.." For the last five years, he has
''It''< relaxed the hour of the but is fair Some '
1 1J very during everything game. people say, been the bonding force behind the Rock'n'-
r _show, but everybody wants to do a good '(Dave's' ) always ragging on you,/' but it's' Roll Hall of Fame awards banquet.. He is
show If there's' a bad show, you sit aroundand really not premeditated.. Sometimes he unwittingly responsible for taking a chaotic group of
i J kick yourself for about an hour after- sets himself up, and I like to get him enormously talented musicians and making
i
," ward Then you have to go on." ''cause he's' the boss.." them sound good..
'r Paul says a show is bad when it just "lays Besides getting Dave's' goat, Paul's' greatestjoy "It works out a lot of the musicians have
r yrr there" and nothing seems funny. But doing is getting to play with the musical guests.He worked with me before on an individual These
1 Y he show four times a week may make the idolizes everyone and calls playing with basis, either on the show or in the studio, so
rE2 >cast: a bit sensitive.. Sometimes things go the likes of Stevie Winwood and Ray Davies they know my sign language.. They're' usedto S
E2 wrong technically, but the crew treats each a "fantasy job." looking at me for chord changes and such.. I
taping like a live show, so most mistakes stay "Late Night" has a great reputation for He works with Bill Graham, "an expert on
Nt i :+ k m booking the best musicians. Although Paul spontaneous jam," and together they developa
Paul's ability to work in a near-live format doesn't' have a direct hand in selecting who tentative song list. During the show, he and '
4 extends! from his completely live days on will play, the talent department docs run the Bill will single out musicians to lead a song.. Years
''Saturday Night Live.. He worked with the names by him to make sure he's' "capable" of Perhaps Bill will ask John Fogerty to sing :
11. 'a'If a'Ifea. original cast from 1975 to 1980 as a writer of playing with them.. One musician Paul made because he's' been hiding in back, or Paul will :
special musical material and was a featured sure he was capable of accompanying was prompt Bruce Springsteen to start a Roy Or- :
ea. # player in the show's' fifth season. One of James Brown. bison tune. :
I f'I Paul's' more notable appearances was playing "We practiced a good month or so, so we "I 1 don't' really believe it's' happening at the :
bat< piano for Bill Murray's lounge lizard sketch.. were ready for him. We were so into him." time," Paul says. "I'm' not in these people's' :
Paul draws a few similarities between The World's' Most Dangerous Band has league, but I have a reputation as a band i
i ""SNL"' and "Late Night," the most obvious been playing together for quite a while.. The leader.. And these rock stars are professionals :
being both shows'' odd times.. Paul says a newest member, drummer Anton Fig, has too. They know somebody's' gotta :
t late-night time slot gave both shows a fight- been on the show four years.. They are count it off and count it down." :
w ?I ,ys ,cin' ing chance.. respected musicians who work hard, taking Paul's' job is perfect for someone who always :t
"Back when we started ''Saturday Night each guest's' records home to learn them. dreamed of playing with his favorite :
Live/,' no one stayed home on a Saturday ""The artist is usually surprised how well rock'n'rollers.' It was that dream that inspired :
night.. The only thing on was reruns of Car- we know their songs, but we do our his first album, Coast to Coast, last year.. Although :
I'' rk ,rs a e eI' son, so we just had to do better than the homework.." it didn't' receive much exposure or :
: reruns.." At one point, the band was accompanyingthree promotion from his record label Capital, the :
.r Along with that time slot came a great dealof musicians a week.. That's' a lot of songsto album did receive two Grammy nominations.. :
freedom freedom that has broadened learn and it became a bit of a grind.. Now Paul describes the album as very'conceptual' :

r J'A'Rt'' '. "qo,', considerably each year for the shows that take they average about two a week. and self-indulgent, but he got to work with :
(" p:' t \ ,. 4?t"'i',\'' ,:, ., 11 1, lot of the new talk shows are so old schedule, but NBC rewards them with some- Carol King, K.C.. (from the Sunshine Band), :
,
't ,. ';' fashioned.. They're' really interested in that what antiquated equipment. Paul says it's' Four Seasons, Ben E E.. King, Valerie Simpson, :
'" ,,' ':. ,. formal kind of presentation the stuff we hard to make live music sound good on Todd Rundgren, Dion and the Fresh Prince :
." //d :" .. ". made fun of on ''Saturday Night Live. I lookat television.. It takes an experienced sound man (of DJ Jazzy Jeff and the). He sites all of these :
'4 .. ;" ''j y, '...: ,ii< i. '. .''" ,,-,r 'fi 1 4 this show (''Late Night'') as a sort of con- to deal with increasingly sophisticated music. folks as influences, old and new.. When it :
..\. ': l .." .rlp.: 4. ,;' c} tinuation of that informality.." "It's' not easy.. You only have one chance.If comes to contemporary music, he picks no :
:' < ,,;;' -I.} P Paul left "SNL" with the original cast and the snare's' not loud enough, you have to favorites.. j jj t
..... ..... W'- ..----ro-- -_ worked as a free-lance studio musician for sneak it up during the song and hope that no "I 1 love all the nutty kids.." j:
SidMcGinnis Paul Shaffer two years.. In'82, Dave, familiar with his workon one notices.." At 40 years old, Paul has to keep up with :
Will Lee and
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Fig will perform Saturday the UFBandshell. "SNL," called Paul about a talk show he Often the band is incorporated into the latest in music because he never knows By Denise M. Reagan

-- .- ---- was putting together. After three meetingswith elaborate gags on the show, such as the time what he'll' have to do next..
Dave and the producer, Paul was hired.. bassist Will Lee, guitarist Sid McGinnis, "It's' still fun for me," Paul says.. "It's' still
"Dave maintains that he always wanted me Anton and Paul all dressed in the familiar challenging, and it's' not any easier.. It's' niceto
from the start. It was the producer that was David Letterman double-breasted jacket and be working.." ,
unsure.." sneakers the new band uniform.. Paul Shaffer and The World's' Most DangerousBand
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Whether or not Dave was sure about Paul, The band is an integral part of the show, (with Bruce Kapler on saxophone and Al :
the results have been spectacular. Most college from the snippets of songs they play between Chez on trumpet) will play at 8 p.m.. at the UF
students would elect David Lettermanfor segments to the special jingles Introducing Bandshell Saturday.. All That Jazz will begin at
president if given the choice, and you can regular features.. Some of those songs are noon with Cold Fusion, the University of North
guess who would be his running mate. curiously impromptu.. Florida Jazz Ensemble, The Barry Sides Blues 2
"Dave's' been really great about handing me "Sometimes it's' a surprise when Dave turns Band, Pili Pili and Stanley Jordan. : I ,
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"I just live for a good groove," busy perfecting their art, Rustywas cool,but we almost ended up driving Skin ended up sounding like a Rusty re-teamed with Andrew,
says Andrew Freivogel, bassist playing in an instrumentalmetal each other insane." weird fusion of heavy metal and who had formed Juju Bumble with
and vocalist for the hardfunkingband band called Love Your Skin. Rusty was into heavy metal, new wave. Iron Maiden meets A Scott. When Juju Bumble's drum
Bumble. "We exploit the Rusty has fond memories of his while the band's bassist wor- Flock of Seagulls. mer left, Rusty joined and the
groove, but I think we have metal-head days. "It was pretty shipped new wave. Love Your While still in Love Your Skin, band dropped its first name, be-
enough respect for it." coming simply Bumble.
Quite an understatement from a Although Rusty fits comfortably
guy who says he's possessed by into Bumble's groovecenteredsound
Curtis Mayfield basslines. he still bangs his drums as
Bumble's list of musical icons loud as he can. "At least I want to
reads like a funk dictionary.James be heard," he says. "I want peopleto
Brown, George Clinton, Linton say, 'Wow! That's really hard.'
Kwese Johnson. Linton who? Lin- "I 1 have a 14-year-old metal- '
ton is a musical poet whose head that lives in my chest and
sinister grooves Andrew says pops out every once in a while,"
"sound like impending doom." he says, pointing to his chest.
Andrew formed Bumble early lvof Bumble had only practicedthree
last year with drummer Rusty times before their first gig at
" Valentine and guitarist and a house party, opening for Big
vocalist Scott Warner. The three Soul. Not much preparation for a
musicians' influences are as first time out, but Bumble likes to
diverse as k.d. lang, Prince, Miles x live on the edge.
Davis and Kiss. But when the "I 1 don't think we've ever prac.
lights go down and all ears are on ticed a song more than twice
Bumble, all these influences com- before playing it in concert,"
bine, and the band "talks over a Andrew says.
really funky groove," Andrew Scott nods. "Our songs evolve
says. through performance."
Andrew and Rusty have lived in That's hardly surprising, con
Gainesville since 1986, when they sidering that Bumble changes the
played in the punk band Knuckle lyrics to most of its songs each
Sandwich. Andrew still blushes at time they're performed. Scott says
the thought of his humble punk the lyrics change because the
beginnings."I'm band's mood changes.
really kind of embarrassed According to Andrew,after that
about it," he says. "It's really kind first gig, no one could really for
of an immature phase." mulate an opinion of Bumble.The
By the spring of 1987, Knuckle band had no vocalist, and the
Sandwich had dissolved. Andrew saxophone and trumpet players
wanted to tackle issues like made its sound even less
racism, but the band's skinhead definable. Scott says they wantedto
singer wouldn't hear of it. see if they could carry the music
Andrew took some time off to without vocals.
refine his bass, and then began M w A 1 By Bumble's second gig, open-
playing with Scott. Andrew calls y ing for Number Two at a house
this period of late-night bedroom party, the band was down to its
jam sessions his "woodshed, ex- current trio. That gig is when it
perience." Scott introduced really happened, Andrew says.
Andrew to funk.,and Andrew introduced Vocals were added to the
Scott to SUZETTE COOK groove,and today's incarnation of
reggae. Valentine and Scott Warner will at a benefit for the Artitorium.
While Andrew and Scott were Andrew Freivogel, Rusty play Sunday Bumble was born, an incarnation

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE I wouldn't put it past him. His work is surprised more people don't "explore the Groups are being organized at several UF
whatever the artists want. Past shows have violent, sadistic and macabre, which totally space" at the Artitorium. departments and Santa Fe Community Col-
included artwork from inmates on death contradicts his amiable personality. "One would think students in the (UF)art lege to develop a better relationship with
row and a Salon des Refuses, where all the Many of his works, like "Doorway to department would find a little niche like students.At .
works had been rejected from other gal- Heaven," have quite an unsettling effect on this, but they surprisingly haven't," Perez the opening, Dusti Lindblad, a UF
leries. the viewer. This work combines many dif- says. "There's a lack of communication be- senior majoring in art history, stood up for
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"Anybody can put anything up on these including photographsfrom tween us art department. necessary
walls," Perez says. "If they call it art, it can a pet cemetery, mousetraps, toy re- of people don't know we're here." ville.
go up." volvers and the focal point a gaudy Laura Lyon, president of the Student Art "We really need to keep our organizationalive
The gallery provides an alternative placeto portrait of The Last Supper, and another of League, agrees with Perez about the ," she says, "because there's really no
artists who possibly wouldn't be able to Jesus. Like one of those nifty Cracker Jack Artitorium's notoriety. "It's more under- other place like it. We have no censorshiphere.
show their work anywhere else. David Bur- prizes, each image is separately visible ground," she says. "They need to be more You say it's art, we say it's art."
pee says when he got his show scheduled, depending on the angle you look at it. informative. I think a lot of people would When you go to the benefit and auction
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"For all they know," Burpee says, "I 1 perspectives of the human hand, says he use it." for those fish hooks on your way over,
would have exhibited goat hearts nailed to thinks the Artitorium is great consideringall Perez says they're working on it. Sound- though. If you were to poke an eye out,
the wall." the freedom they give the artists. ing like a responsible PTA mom,he earnest- Burpee may get inspired and nail it to the
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Nationally Mexican and Crab Seafood
Bob Evans
Famous Sandwiches Ice Cream Cafe' American RestaurantButler Restaurant
Serving a complete breakfast, lunch & !HIT!! CALORIE DIET ICE CREAM!!!'
3458 W. Univ.Ave. 11/2 ml.from cam-
dinner menu. Weekday breakfast Plaza 3754064.Jumbo Margaritas 418 NW 8th Ave. 372-8363. Fresh sea-
specials Over 20 Colombo
just 2.95. You won't have to go pus. Hearty deli-style sandwiches, time.original Delicious Homemade yogurts Ice at are our Specialty! Open 7 days a food at its best. Daily lunch specials
one
home to get home cooking! Located off soups & salads featuring top quality Cream.OAKS MALL PLAZA 331-7547 week. Monday thru Saturday 11 am- starting at$2.95&daily dinner specials
Archer Rd. near 1-75,behind the Motel Boors Head coldcuts on specially 1:15: am and Sunday from 1 pm-10.15:: at$4.95 featuring gator tail,palm salad
6. Open 6 am to 10 pm Sun Th, and 6 baked fresh bread served In a relaxed pm. Happy Hour daily 11 am-6 pm. &fried cocktail fingers. Free mullet dip
am to 11.30pm: Fri & Sat.Charlie's casual atmosphere,conducive to meet- DAILY SPECIALS: Monday Long Is. with every meal.
ing friends, entertaining parents & Iced Tea Jumbos$4.95, Tuesday Sex on
family or conducting light business GOURMETToby's the Beach Jumbos $495, Wednesday
transactions. Imp. & domestic beer, Jumbo Margaritas $4,25, Thursday all Capt'n Louie's GalleyOn
wine MC & VISA accepted. Open M- Import Beers 99t, Fajita Combo Dinner
Sat 11-9. F1 11-10& closed Sun.BAKERY. special this week-grilled dolphin -
Fine & for 2 only $7.95 on Monday and Tues-
Dining Spirits
Corner 6.95. Includes salad bar,potato& hush
day.We VISA and MasterCard.
Handcut Steaks. Fresh Seafood. Live I accept puppies. 309 N.W. 13th across from
A Gainesville tradition continuesAwarm
Entertainment Tues.-Sat.-NO COVER! Krispy Kreme.
Country Inn setting featuring
Reservations recommended-371-8069. unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and El Toro

pasta specialities; Tableslde flambe'
Mexican Restaurant Purple Porpoise
desserts & coffees. Dinner from 5
nightly. Lunch from 11:30: am week- 1723 SW 13th St. Oyster Pub

Hometown Restaurant The Mill Bakery, days. Reservations recommended. 101 Great Mexican Food 7 Days 1728 W.Univ.Ave.Happy Hour 4-7pm
SE 2nd Place. No Brag-Just Fact.
375-7620.
Complete breakfasts from$1.55,create- Eatery & BreweryFull MC/VISA ac- M-F. Oyster Happy Hour 2-4pm daily

your-own omelettes only $3.25! Bis- Bar, fresh brewed beer. Celebra- cepted. and 7-close Monday Night. Drink specials

cuits, Muffins, Cinnamon Biscuits tion hour 11-7 daily. Expanded Patio every night.Lunch specials llam-
baked fresh from scratch every morn- with live entertainment Thurs. & Sat. La Fiesta 2pm. Thursday 8-10 Coors Light 25t

ing. For lunch, we feature the best sal- nights. Oaks Mall Plaza and $2.00 pitchers.

ads in town, along with burgers, hot & HEALTHThe Mexican Restaurant

cold sandwiches, and homemade C-ville's newest authentic Mexican res-
soups & chili. Ask your friends, we're taurant. Our family restaurants have

the best value in town! Open 7 days a Club Cafe been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs.
week.Now serving I Homestyle Dinners BARBQUEDavid's Serving daily lunch specials 11am- UVA04M
from 4:30: 9 pm M-Sat!. 1218 N. Main. Gainesville's healthy alternative. Gen 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree's 5-10

G'ville Shopping Center. 371-2106. erous portions prepared with an em- weekdays & 5-1020: weekends. Come

Bar-B-Q phasis on low cholesterol & low salt & in & give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI.
Delicious mouth-watering Bar-B-Q high fiber. All foods are oil free. (between Service Merchandise & Mr. La ConchaThe

Ivey'sAvoid beef, pork& ribs&chicken. Huge por- Choose from a variety of muffins, ba- Han's)332-0878. flavor of Key West right here in

tions-Reasonable Prices! Look for cou- gels, soups, salads, pasta, potatoes, Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American -
the ordinary-For a refreshingly in Cator Greenbacks. Down the sandwiches, fresh fruits, yogurt, gra-
pons Cuisine. M-F 11am-830pm: 4002
different in ,
dining experience a cozy road from Santa Fe C.C. 5121 NW 39th nola & smoothies. Try our new grilled
W.Newberry Rd. Plaza West 378-4002.
intimate setting-try breakfast, lunch or chicken
Ave. 373-2002. or vegeburger sandwiches.
dinner at Ivey's Grill. Extensive break- Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner.
fast menu, homemade soups, large Mon-Sun. Inside the G'ville Health & FA 81 s
fresh salads, sandwiches and burgersfor Sonny's Fitness Center. Westgate Regency 377-
lunch and dinner. Fresh seafood, Real Pit BarBQFor 4955. STEAKGreat
chicken and pasta dishes also at t dinner.Or .
tasty beef, pork, chicken and ribs,
in for decadent dessert with
come a come to Sonny's, for Bar-B-Q At Its Market Street Pub
Beer and wine
espresso or cappucino. Best! 11-9:30: (Sun-Thu) & 11-10 (Fri-
list. 7 week. MC, VISA, Fine handcrafted meats & ,
Open days a sausages
Sat). 2700 N. Waldo Rd. 3610 S.w. 13th
AMEX. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. 371-4839. ITALIAN imported beer in a jovial English Pub
St.3635 S.W.Archer Rd U.S.441 at 1-75, atmosphere. Located downtown 120 Steaks

Alachua. SW 1st Ave.3772927.Murphy's Beef & SpiritsFor

J's Restaurant Leonardo's 706 the best steaks and prime rib in

Experience the Renaissance, progressive Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
Breakfast house 20 Pub
years. Serving pastas and fresh fish in an alterna- charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
8:00-2:30 One block to
: 1225: every W. Univ.day.Ave.Joe's cam- CHINESEJ's tive atmosphere. Offering Thai Daily SpecialsDeli your dinner. Chicken & Seafood too!

pus. Chicken, Cajun Shrimp. Gorgonzola Sandwiches & Ice cold beer! Open daily 5-10.2 for 1 well drinks &
Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&California and dollar drafts from 5-7 p.m. 6-pound
Billiards, Darts and Video
Chicago Style Pizzas. Da Vinci's de- games. challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 373-4301.
Happy Hour 4-7 Mon.-Thur.
Deli Afterwards homemade Daily.
RestaurantChinese light. enjoy
11am12pm. Fri.-Sat. lam-lam. Sun.
desserts, & terrific
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cappucdno
Home of the two-foot Gatortail! Daily food: delivery, 5-9 pm; lunch wine espresso list. Mark Newman chef. S- Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across
lunch specials M-F at all locations. 11-230 dinner 5-9 day from the YMCA pool. 3724751.
: ; pm every except Th. 5-10 pm & Fri. & Sat. 5-11 pm. 706 THAI
,34th St.13th St Free block
Delivery
Campus Tues. night. Only a to campus. W. Univ. Ave. 378-2001
377-5637 375-5637 1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J 10 yrs. exp.
Red Lion

Manaro'sSince Tavern & Grill Tim's Thai RestaurantBrings

Snuffy's Restaurantand 1955."Some things never change. GUESS WHAT? We finally have some you the "Best Blend of the Ori-

Lounge COFFEE HOUSEThe fortunately, your good taste and our pretty good chow&our beer finally got ent." Open Mon-Sat, Closed Sun.Visa,
consistently delicious Italian food." cold. But bartender is still grouchy. MC, AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-
1017 W. University Ave. 376-8899. Store Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm. Grill open 12-12.2413 SW 13th St.378- 5424.
.' Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour- Philsophy Gainesville's most popular Italian Res- 6320
met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand- Univ. Ave. 378-6370. In the tradition of welcome. Fresh dishes daily Including For

wiches, and New England clam chow- bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & home- Shelley's Tavern
der. Relax and enjoy your favorite & 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by made desserts at affordable prices. InformationRegarding
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. the bean or by the brew. Espresso,Cap- Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail- Dandng Barmaids. Now open at 11am

Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: amMidnight.Fri puccino, & numerous exotic coffees able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast for lunch. Pool Tournament every Out On The Town,
( &Sat),11:30: am-2 am. (Sun),6 pm- from the world over.Many varieties of ( on Univ. Ave.) 2120 HawthorneRd. Wed. Daily Specials. 6900 SW ArcherRd. Contact

11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa tea, too. lOam-lOpm Mon-Sat. (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall Lynn Spinello
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1 FURNISHEDSummer your roommate': Get a 2 bdr for the 2bd/1b apt. Camelot Great locationl n/s engineering student lookingfor
price of one Pool, tennis, sauna, wt. Unlurn. $425/mo. Sublet thru Aug. avail same/similar to share a house/apt for .
C 3bdr Condo, Cypress Point. room. Stonerldge Apts. 3800 SW 34 St. now fret March and Aprlll Call 374-8576. Fall 80. Call Anne at 3356723. 3-13-5-5

Females, Immaculate $500/mo Close to 375-1121. 4-3Q-45-2 3-13-5-4 Room for rent In 2bd apt.Close to UF,turn

UF Call Fred at 1 372-0113. 31410.1 1/2 mile to campus. Trees, quiet neigh LAKEWOOD VILLAS sublease (for summer or unfurn 140mth+1/2 util. May thru ?Only

Avail Immed 1 1BR apt In Sundowne Apia borhood. Clean, newly painted 2br apt option for (all 2 1/2 bdr/2b $490/mo 4mnth lease. Call 335-0589 until 12pm. Your basic
dw $350/mo. Call 335-4217. 3-28-10-4 3-8-2-5
washer/dryer hookup ,
take over lease thru July 80 see or call
manager 377-2596 D 335.1887 N ask for 373-0129. 3-9-8-2 LAURELS. M/F NS SHR 2BDRM. 1/2
2 bd twnhi avail lmm.d. $217/mo/ 1/2 quasi-fashion
AS. 3-8-6-1 4 or 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201 NW 10 St by utll. Call Janice ASAP. 375-2832 This RENT 1/2 UTILS. CALL 336-7522 LEAVE ,
UF 5/1 cent air. wood month free. 3-14-5-4 MSG. 3-12-3-5
now or carport funky fun
Small apt close to UF, quiet, private 1 ,
floors College Park Properties: 411 NW
person no pets, msture/adult/ student Rmmt. Wanted M/F SINS own Bdr/Ba For
15 St 3717777. 3-16-11-2
free cable, $200 mo plus utilities 378- 5 ROOMMATESFemale
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2016. 38-5-1 more Info call Lisa at 335-8455 or 378- crazy, zany,
HUGE 2bd 2bth now or Fall Bel Air Apts 5397. 3-14-5-5
636 NW 26 Ave. (off 6 St). Spacious to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse In natural fibersportswear
FOR RENT: grounds, magnificent oaks. College Park SW Area fully (furnished washer/dryer OWN ROOM Mobile h. M/F, N/S. Pet ok,
Properties 3717777. 3-16-11-2 $225/mo 1 1/2 utll. Call Gwynn at 335- fenced yd. Wash/dry 4.5 miles to UF, call
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 6273. 3-8-10-5 Erik at 376-0578. l35/mo. 3.12.3.5
2BD $249 STUDIO $188 110 NW 15 St ((1
blk to UF) ft 1222 NW 8 Av College Park Room In Forest of the Unicorn townhouse Nonsmk nvf needed to share 2brm 1 bth and assorted
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280 Properties 411 NW 15th St 3717777. 3- for F, pool sauna, all amenities Incl., apt. Walking distance to campus. Own
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. 16-11-2 $250/mo t 1/2 Utll. 3733584. 3-13-10-5 bedroom. $165 month+1/2utllltlei. Call goodies store
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 376-1283 for details. 3-14-5-5
Santa Fe Trace Apts 378.1190. 4-30.75. Rockwood Vlllaa M/F rmmt. to share
1tad walk-In closet Village West Apia 800 for andwomen.
2 NW 18 Av (take 9 St N from 16 Av) 371- 3bd/3ba. condo, $250/mo 1/2 Will M/F N/S own room In 4/2 house. $160/mo men
7777.371-0251 Now or fall. 3-16-11-2 wash/dry security system many extras, + 1/4 utll. pets ok. Call 378.5572 Iv. msg
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA. quiet Kelly 335-8359. 3-12-7-5 3-12-3-5 .
washer/dryer available In most units for Huge 2bdr/lba House 2-blks To UF. Cent
$20 mo.. Cats Allowed. 1B.28,1 a 2 Bath air/ht, parkay wood floors, remodeled Immediate M/F rmmt needed lor 2bd spacious apt. Summer and/or fall ft spring n/s rmmt for 1025 W. University
$250 $350, sec ft Imr. 3728422. 430. Occupancy $300/mo 373-8022. Lots of axtrail' Piccadilly Apt. $210 + 1/2 own furn bd/ba In Rockwood Villas $250 +
75-2 9-5-2 utll. Call Richard at 3355584. 3-9-8-5 1/3 utll Call Pam 3354469. 3-14-5-5 336-7025

SPACIOUSONE Available now, SW: 2bdr, screen porch Female to share 2br/2ba house In NW
BEDROOM APT. wash/dry; ceiling fans, cent heat/air, $2SO/mo/ 1/2 utll turn cable, 6 FOR SALE
ONLY J260WO.LYONS / near bus, $375.373-0701. 31672SUBLEASE washer/dryer nice area calf, Randy at
APT 377-25371.av. mig. 3-12-6-5 Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
4000 SW 20TH AV. 177-8797 brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car
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Starting at $235 2 Bedroom close to UF on SW. 1BR, 1BA. Furnl fully turn except bdr.Avail May 61209/mo store In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St.
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE pool $267/mo tell 336-8036, 372-2876. t 1/2 Utll 336-3918 LV MSG. 3-26-10-5 4-30-75-6
110 NW 39th Ave.
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375-3861 2 bdr/1 b. Apt. carpeted fenced yd for Swimming Pool, Tennis, Club House. less than 200 miles, Must Sell! asking AlligatorAdvertising
30-70-2 pets avail 3/1/ $220/mo In SW area Keymanagement Pets ok $250/mo NO DEP Call 372-4683. $375, call Tim at 336-4502. 3-8-5-6
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Roommate Available dishwasher ceiling fan, walk-In closet, furn) $190. 2nd bd (turn) $175. Opt. for
We're No.1REGENCY pool tennis and b-ball court, close to UF Fall 3758250. 3-12-5-5
OAKS $299/mo. 335-4386 or 378-6741 no deposit .
378-5768 necessary. 3-9-5-4 3rd Ave. NW 15 St. M/F share 2bd/1ba/
3230 SW Archer Road apt $137.50/mo & 1/2 utll. 375-7887
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TUTEN'SAutomotive Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Bat printer, exc. cond., $550 OBO. 3327893.
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and work DEM. : 125 watts, 121n driver, 3 way, polypropylene .
paint body mechanical
or MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146. WORD PERFECT 5.1Latest cones, digital ready, $120 ea
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Truck &: Auto Repairs 1220 S. Main St. 3778100Expert MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295, ELITE #335-1300 Call Kevin 335-4317. 3-125-6
MC 386* $1495, Northgate 386/20 -
Body RepairTUTEN'S goes the extra mile $2399. PB 288 laptop w// hd ft battery 3.13-18-8 MOVING MUST SELL: L shape couch
&: Custom Painting $1999. CompuAdd 810 w// 20mb ft graphics w/pull out bed, coffee table & 2 end tables -
monitor $970.113 year warranties.Onslte FUTON & FRAME SALE! onkyo St. rec. mcs tape deck, 2
warranties. Panasonic 11 SO printer From only $200 per set. punch 12'woolera. Call 3783692. 3-63- .
$185, HP LaserJet Ilp- $1049. 4110 SW Call Mat 377-5650 .
34th St. 1308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 KLH 200 AM/FM stereo clock radio $125;
I Cassidy Furniture & ApplianceGifts Raleigh man's mountain bike, 25" frame,
SPEND YOUR SUMMER IN MAINE! General Merchandise New ft Used 27' wheels, extras $200; IBM Selectrlc I Itypewriter
MUST SELL! Sherwood 140w amp, JVC 12 pitch, fabric ribbon u correct .
Buy & Sell. 534 SW 4 Ave. 373-9505.
100w amp MGT elec. crossover, 210'woofers $75. 3381109. 3125.6Dining

i; P fK O kmgcb. everything, cult spkr.cheap.box-mini 371-6704.truck 3-9-, Roundtrip ticket from G'ville to Charlotte, table w/ drop sides, incl/ 4 upholstered
\ 7-6 NC 4187., $150 3-9-8-6, Mar. 16-23, Call Kelly 373- chairs $200. 4-piece while rattan
cushions $200. 338.8918. 3-13-5-6
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NAPLES, MAINE great. Bargain at $50 obo. 3778308. Ten-
June 18th thru August 18th Feeling Depressed? speed, real cheap $20 OBO. 3-13-5-6

Anxious? Dmn table 4 8 chairs $80. Couch and love
COUNSELOR POSITIONS AVAILABLE chair $60 Coffee table $25. Table Ian $5.
392.7923 alter 5pm 335-6217. 3-9.3-8

Baseball Swimming (WSI) Backpacking Burying Yourself in 1ct. Diamond Ring. Diamond Is good qual
Basketball Sailing Rockclimbing Schoolwork is not ity. Have Diamond certificate and receipt.
Soccer SCUBA Bicycling Paid $1795.will take $1000. Call Jay 336-
Tennis Canoeing Wh. Water Canoeing the Solution.Get 8777. 3-14-6-6,.
Street Hockey Waterskiing Course Instr.
Ropes FOR SALE: Gator National Drag Race
Lacrosse Fine Arts Nature Study Support. Tickets 3 reserved seat with pit panes
Archery CeramicsCrafts Head Dramatics Sat. Mar. 17 $45 ea. 3957227. 3-1356
Riflery Piano Accompanist UF Suicide Prevention Project
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General Journalism Instrumentalist 5'9 TIC surfboard leash-excellent for
Secretary Woodworking Radio & Electronics beginners $100 obo 10 months left on
1 Photography Weight Training G'ville Health & Fitness $170 Alpine EQ f
crossovers, 7 band $50 395.7877. 3-
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FOR SALE AUTOS SERVICES SERVICESONE TYPING SERVICESMICRO

CENTERTyping 3760339. Full 1
PRINT 30 X 37" signed by LeRoy Nel- 82 Model BMW 3201. Good Condition SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? STOP DENTISTRY & self service computing. Typing starts @
man. Lions and Cubs Exceptionally beautiful fully loaded Must Sell! $5600. Call 338- Get conlld.nllalleallng and treatment at Accepting new pts emerg ,1.50/pg A Resumes $6 Self service
framed well. 462-1673.' 3-13-5-6' 1495. 3-8-3-9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881.' 4- Adult cleaning $28 child $18 resumes A $250/hr A ,15/psge. Laser
30-75-11, ((4)Wisd.) tee. $325, ((3)Wisd.) tee. $250, typeset graphics spell check theses
For Sale 87' Jawa Moped with low miles. 82 FORD EXP automatic good condition ((2)Wlsd.) tee $200 papers special characters employment .
Please contact Justin at 3744870. $350 dependable, $650 obo call Robin AAA STORAGE Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC. V. AE databases A mailmerge A training.
obo. 3-27-5-6 338-1419.' 3-12-5-9 Close to UF, Convenient Valid only with coupon up to(4)( ) people. WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC 4-30-
4x4x4 $15/mo' H.T. Gonsoulin DOS 372-9521'
Color TV 19' RCA like new. $150' obo. Call Oldsmobile Cutlass Clare LS 1982 4- 4x8x8 $25/mo 3-31-15-11, Typing $1.00 pg. mln. $5.00. Reports
Nikos 392-9387 weekdays 33S-4859 or door. Auto ac, pb am/fm 64000 miles, 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771' ___ Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List.
335-284.v.nlnga. 3-13-5-6 $2200 or best offer 377-2957. 3-14-7-9 4-30-75-11, English for Foreigners. Tutor for Individuals WCS 917 NW '13th 373-9822. 4-30-75-

or small groups. Female with '15 yrs
Airbrush w// pump Pro-Matcutter AnswerIng 74 Datsun 260z 4speed white/black Ins, ** GATOR MOVING ** International experience. 375-6781.' 3-12- Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable
Machine 4x5 Enlarger. Will take Best runs well but needs some work good project 5-11, service. Reasonable rates. Laser
Offer. Need $. 1204-1 NW 3rd Ave 377- car. 1200. Call 376-0058 For details. Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- m 377-8175 00pm.: 3-16-35-12
4030. 3-9-2-6 3-12-5-9 Item/Use Full. Days/Eves./ Long dls. printer.
Llc/lns.,. Harry/Bill 374-4791, 4-30-75-11" TYPING
ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER
Glass table and chairs Bookshelf Reclining 85 Ford Escort GT Turbo ac, tinted windows WP5 ENGLISH GRAD edit/proof/spell/ /
chair Fullsize bed and dresser. Mustsellneg perfect condition. $3000 will nego- SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 12 SERVICESYOU no cholesterol Rlpp 376-3649 3-28-
( ) ASAP. If Inter call 377-3100.' tlate. Call 332-3439. 3135.9 boarding woodier facilities *
3-12-3-6' hay rides parties sales working WRITE WE TYPE 20-12

1983 MAZDA GLC very dependable, ex- students accepted. 466-3224 375-8080. Business Legal Personal Reports IBM Compatible WP 5.0 Laser Printer,
Ross mans 10-spd bike $100' t<.nmor.lg cell air conditioner must sell b/c dad 4-30-75-11, Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. Legal, M.dlcaIT.rmlnology. Reports Papers
micro like new $180' Necklace mens 18k bought me new car for grad $2200 obo. G'vllle Handicapped Typing .Thesis. Call 3782034. 3-13-10-12
gold rope chain new $425/now $300. $ 371-9124.' 3-8-2-9 *SUNBELT MOVING* 3787179.

/U neg. 3351651. 3.,2.3.6 Professional Moving/Packing A Supplies. 4-30-75-12 Pull It! In Writing. Fast accurate, reliable
FOR SALE! 80 Mustang Ford 2 door Automatic will check
1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dist Lie/Ins. service. Masters In English
Passport Rador Detector-1' yr. old. have AC/H FM/AM White wblue Priced for Students) Marty 375-MOVE 4- *Typlng reports business legal spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 3-16-
box w/all parts $'3359125.. Ask for inter good cond. $2000. CALL 375-2690 30-75-11 resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications
Andrew or leave a message. 3.13.4-6 Negotiable. 3-13-5-9 A letters A notary ..IC. Available TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser
24 hours/7 days3722777. 4-30-75-12' vice. $1.25 double space. Call 373-8387.
TWIN BED FOR SALE good condition. 1982 Honda Accord 4DR Sspd 84,500 *FREE* 3-26-10-12' '

Includes mattress, box springs, mattress mi., light blue wdark blue Interior On Pregnancy Test Typlng/Wordprocesslng WordPerfect
cover and sheets ONLY $40.00. Call Laurie campus, must see, 2200. Call 395-9633 Gainesville Women's 5.1, quality work last results, low rates, Great typing! English maj/ret. court rptr .
at 336-0411. 3-13-46' Negotiable. 3-13-5-9 HEALTH CENTER dependable, personal service. Tara 332- 19 yrs exper. legal/medical/ a Excel'
720 NW 23rd Avenue 1469. 4-30-54-12' spellg/proolg/ a From $1.25 Call Jill .
Full 1989 set Encyclopedia Brittanica ((32 82 Mazda RX-7; Sspd looks and runs 377-5055 377-8906. 3-30-13-12'
vol. Paid $1500 make offer.Must sell. great ac.stereo/cais new clutch must
) an TLC for your papers, projects theses,
ABORTION To 24 Wks
Call 336-5935 392-3411, 3-12- sell $3800 obo call 377-6731' leave mes ( )
Meeraj or BIRTH CONTROL etc. Pro wp. Mac 2. laser! Graphics, sp. Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near
3.6 sage. 3-13-4-9 373-9619. campus. Dependable, quality service.
Services chk., reasonable, nts, wknds
Gynecology 3-27-10-12' Reasonable rates 24hr/day./ Call Carol
BEER-learn to make the beer you like 1979 Camaro, Maroon VERY RELIABLE 4-30-71-11 373-4464. 3-29-11-12' '
cheaply and easily. Great for students. $990 firm must' sell. Mike, 3757485. 3-
MOVING? I _ _ ,. - -- -
Classes forming now. Call 375-6836 info. 15-6-9 .
3.4.5.8EI.c' Resourceful student w/ full size truck will DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
'1979 Mazda RX7 excellent condition beat any price In town. 336-9461 383011 -
GUITAR JB player-flying V w/crate new paint and tires, needs engine work. Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

amp exc/cond $300. kg/wtrb semiwave $ 000 OBO 482.72'4. 3-14-5-9 70 "Picnic" 19 Cave toColeridge 45 Like some tires
w/hb A pads $120. Scott at 335-1507' Credit Card guaranteed acceptance no 1 Roman playwright 47 Free from doubt
3-12-3-6' '1962 VW van. engine rebuilt 7000 mi. security deposit write S. Marion 1100
ago. New clutch/press/ .plate, 20mpg Tudor Dr. Dept. A-1, G'vllle, 32607 3-8- statesman 71 Did a 21 Salamander 50 There ought to
body fair $800/obo call Bob at 378-0076 20." 5 Seaport near gardenchore 25 Laziness be -
7 REAL ESTATEGreat and leave mssage. 3.,...4.0 Algiers 27 Observe 52 "Peter Pan"
CALL CJ THE DJ'S 9 "Uncle Tom's 72 Scanty 30 "The Necklace" playwrightCabin"

Location Walk to class 1BR, 1BA. 10 WANTEDLocal pro DJ service at 375-8483. 3-30-26-11" author73 Parisian author, with 54 Door parts
.Upstairs unit @ PARKS IDE Fully 14 Kind of exam seasons "de" 56 Scorch
equipped. Owner financing 23500. *NEW TAX SERVICEAAffordable 15 Camera 31 Writer Ferber 57 Skier's
Artist, needs: GOLD Gems Class
JEFFERY E. SIEGel REALTOR 373-
rates, $5/FORM adjustments DOWN 32 Changed color transport
6063. 3-26-11-7" Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle'a Fine
Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 Free consultationcall 18 9 Across for 1 Caesar's 33 Denpasar's 58 Goya's
PAUL. 372-5814 mornings. 3-16-14-.
example comic Island duchess
Oakbrook Condo. 2bd/2ba turn ground
WANTED and/or bench. Also 17 Foundation sidekick 34 "Exodus" 59 "The Caine
floor poolside. Take over payments or : weights Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms
make oiler. Eve 376-9743. 3-16-10-7 dorm-size refrigerator Call 472-3928 45 acres ring jumps TLC local 18 "The Great 2 On (going novelist Mutiny" novelist
after 6pm. 3-13-4-10' call 462-5127' or 462-4311. 3-16-12-11' Gatsby" writer great) 36 "The Purloined 61 Soviet sea
8 MOTORCYCLESOrange 20 Paraffin' 3 "Penrod" Letter" penman 63 Hoosier
11 SERVICESNW DON'T WAIT 22 Roll callresponse penman 37 Winfrey of TV humorist et al.
and Blue Insurance now covers until midterms to use PC Lab. Learn WP, 4 Acidic 40 Uppity one 65 Full of: Suffix

motorcycles! Low rates low payments, Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave Lotus 123, dBase Now. Special Plans. 23 "Treasure salt 42 High order of 66 Numerical
safe rider discounts fast drive-thru service near Oaks Mall area. 5 x 5 to '10 x 20 from 3726500. 3-9-10-11 Island" author's 5 Those making angels prefix

377-2277. 3-12-10-8' $20. '10% disc to students. 332-8917, 4- Letter p.rlcllllltt!!! us create the perfect Inits. sacrifices
30-75-11, letter to get the job done! Business & Personal 24 Units ofcapacity 6 Reine's ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

condition 1985 Honda$1000.XL600R Great ENDURO.for school excellent and letters designed A tailored just loryou..P.rlcllyl mate IS Eel. T t8111111 R [M A TBTLlATBl I

fun. Call John at 335-5444 (leave message BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 336-5827 early am, late 26 "Portnoy'sComplaint" 7 Protein A M 0 K E A L R 0 P E

). 3-9-5-8 pm. or leave/ msg. 3-8-1-11 hormone, for IL I FER EGG B E AIT E R

'1233 NW '10th Ave. Editorial 8 Research Assistance for students penman short ELF V I N IE S. N II T R'' Estaircase
HONDA CX500 TURBO excel cond all 28 Part of a 8 "My Life In
372-1664' academics & businesses. $10/hr. ElL EVE I n DES T
service records new bait fuel Injection 3-12-3-11 Court"
cruise $1500, call 335-9340 leave mes- Free MC/VISA/lnsurance Pregnancy Test Call 3350950. 29 Abounded author B LEA R Y T A X IS. .

sage. 3-9-5-8 Member Problems Math?Then call Greg. Professional 33 Wiretap 9 Less tart RIP IS. ASH E S TWO

and Reliable Tutoring offered. Tel. Turn A NOT HER. E T REA I T
JAWA MOPED: Runs great! $250 Call National Abortion Federation 35 : Comb. 10 High craggy N
376-0353 Leave Message. 3-14-6-8' 4-30-75-11, 377-7415' Leave a message. 3-14-5-11, form hill GET UNARM HAR I

38 Prepared 11 Gen. Bradley. A B 0 M A. E II K E S
Honda Elite Scooter ,iSOcc. It is three 39 Carney andGarfunkel 12 Author
B L A NC S S A L 0 ME.
months old and only has 210' miles on It.
Hersey's
A L G I A. S H RUG TIE
.. Mint condition. Call Jay at 338-8777 3- 41 Checks "The -"
14-6-8 CAN lOP E N I E R. GAT IS
43 Shoreline 13 Pass
feature 10M EN. LIS A. I N L II
MOPED Tomos Bullet low miles, blue, 44 Colosseum catchers I N A WI S A TIT I Y A 0 E A
new tires, runs great. $275. Call Michaelat '
336-7050 leave message 3-12-4-8 lcl combatants 5'8/90' /
APPLICATIONS F [ 46 Toast starters

9 AUTOS CHAIRPEOPLEARE 48 Digs
49 "A House -

'88 Honda CRX Sspd sunroof buy now NOW BEING Home"

or take over payments good cond., must' ACCEPTED FOR THE 'I ,I 51 Island OffVenezuela
sell 472-4041. 3-8-10-9 .I r,'Il". ,,,,, ,' ft
1990-91 SCHOOL YEARWe 53 Major part
ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE 55 Worry
-* low rates, low payments, fast drive-thru 57 Marble
service, se habla Espanol. 377-2277 an looking for energetic, enthusiastic., 60 "Two Years
377CARS. We 3-12-10-9'
care. Innovative and motivated people to lead us In Before the

86 Pontiac Grand-Am: excellent condition our crusade against Mast" 35
low mileage $1500 plus take over author
boredom and the Reitz Union!
payments. 336-0011 or 3723138. 3-9-5- apathy 62 Iran before

82 TOY SUPRA deluxe model, looks and Applications will be accepted In the 1935
I"runs great Alpine CD Ungo remote Reitz Union Program Office ((3rd floor) 64 "An Eye
for the
alarm full maint r.c. full power ace.,
until March 18 4pm
come and see, $3500 obo 335-9194.' 3- Dragon"author
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Canmlrtees:Aft SpecIal Events Hen t Views Host, t HotpttaMy. 67 "The
Ford LTD '1979. perfect cond. pb ps, pw. Spinal Tidy, Entertainment, Publicity Fountainhead"writer
Leaving U.S. must sell $1000' please call
College/ Bowl, Film 4 Video, Recreation Travel and
after 5pm or wkends 3762051.' 3-9-5-0
Orange A Brew 68 Mistreat or

..: 1980 Chevy Citation good condition reliable maltreat
transportation 4door. $900 OBO.. 69 Port on the
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13 HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDCOME HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDEARN PERSONALSLook
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I ICIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The TO NEW HAMPSHIRE for the summer Shands Hospital at the University of FlorIda BIG $$$ PART TIME Your Best Everyday!

Independent Florida Alligator. Mutt own .,Outstanding brother/sister sports has the following part.time positions 813.281.8256, 24hr. message 3.13.5. Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc, for
22ml lake 'On Golden
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truck and b. available camps near avail:
reliable van or pick up 13 Info about the PERMANENT removal of
Pond' site le.klatafl. All trans Interviews
until gam Monday through pd. .
from Sam unwanted facial & body hair 374 4307
Friday Must have excellent driving record avail. Robindel (girls). 215. 884 Secretary ((1pm.5pm, M.F) requires 45 ATTENTION POST 4-3075.15SSTUDENTS
t and;' valid Florida driver license, .Pay 3326. Wmaukee (boys) 914 698 1833. CWPM, 2yrs secretarial experience; word
per rout plus mileage Apply at the Alligator 381613 processing and data entry experience GRADUATESEARN GET CASH
offices, 1105 West University Avenue TOP $$$ For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy
' Ask for the route driver application. Need volunteers for a 2 week .study of a. Receptionist ((8am-lpm, M-F) and The Cape Canaveral Think Tank 372.1226. 211 I W. Univ Ave-next to Central .
No calls, pi..... Affirmative Action/Equal: 30 new.47-13 psoriasis medication 331 5379, 4 ((12:30pm.5pm. M.F) requires 35 CWPM, needs 200 outstanding graduate City 4.30.75.15
Opportunity Employer 1 yr. secretarial/clerical experience as students In all academic fields
well as excellent phone skills and abilityto for part.time Think Tank SAVE ON RAYBANS
AVON 375.8967 Summer Jobs-Camp Takajo Boys deal w/public operations The Imaginative and University Opticians
Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train. Camp In Maine. Counselor positions Innovative Individual should apply 300 SW 4th Av. 3784480
B.n.lltllnluranc.. 4.30-75.13 available A great way to spend the Please specify which position Interested Send transcript, GPA, photo, and 4.30.68.15
Call Chilln
Summer. today-Coach ,
In when applying. Applicationresumemay short blo w// starts to:
EARN $35 3(2-0581 or come by 214 Florida Gym. be sub by Wed Mar.7, 11190 to: CCTT, P.O. Box 5852, Titusville, FL FC I
This week for new donors for 2 plasma 386-13 Anna Capitanlo 32783 TRAVEL GROUP,
donations on our new automated ma- Shands Hospital 3.135-13
... Special bonus programs each Part.time teaching aid to assist afternoon at the University of Florida Cancun $299 .... Jamaica $299
month Free refreshments free parking. enrichment program at United Church, Box J.347Galn..vill. Rocky: Rococo Pizza Now Hiring, Counter **4Nites5Days***
Experienced staff serving you since 1869 Wednesdays 12:30.3:00,372.4815.: : 38 ., FL 32610 Persona Delivery Drivers, and preps for Climb Aboard The Party of your Life
Call or stop by Gainesville plasma. 238 5-13 EOE full & part.time. Apply In person at 136 Limited Space
SW 4th Ave 378-9431 Mon.Frl 8-7 Sat. NW 13th St. 3.13.5.13 For more Info/reav Call

8-2. 4.3073.13NEW GREENVILLE located In the Blue 332.9854 371-0089
CAMP LOOKING FOR A SUPER
CJ'S Waitresses wanted ft 800.783.2262
day nightshifts 4
Ridge Mini Is looking for F/M counselors 'SPLASHTACUlAR" SUMMER JOB?
ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER 3423 SW Archer, 375.2337 apply 3.8.8-15
Rober
For more Information, call 335- Summer Waves Waterpark on beautiful
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CAMPS MASS. Counselor Positions for 3.13.5.13
anytime.
program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis 3517 36513 Jekyll Island, Ga. has seasonal openingsIn Reltz Union Barbershop.ground floor Appointments -
the certified lifeguards
; Performing Arts: Waterfront Inquire: Recreation supervisors, camp counselors following areas: Join the Gator Getter Team! Applicationsnow for busy students Walk.ins
food service
admissions
Mah.Kee.NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave, and specialist needed for summer recreation guest services, merchandising, rentals, being takenl 2nd floor stadium FB welcome 10 expert stylists 392.1610. 3-
Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 18 program 6/158/3 Apply at City of administration, maintenance, and park office See Betty only 8.5 March 7-12 14.20.15B
Horseneck: Road Montvllle NJ 07045. Plantation 400 NW 73 Avenue, Plantation services 134-13
Internships available Housing
Please call 1-800.778-0520. 4.18.48.13 4 U buy anything for tennis, racquetball,
FL 39513 available for non local residents, March
squash or badminton, check out EZ Tennis
Interviews now being scheduled lor these PEACE CORPSOverseas Ask your friends about our prices,
fun summer lobslll Call us for your quality and service St Plaza. 391015The
r-- UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Spring Break Intervew Don't t miss outll employmentThursday

I II For complete Info, pick up an applicationand March 8th only part of your racket which comesIn
MOPED CITY brochure at your college placement contact with the ball Is the string. Don't
I I II office, or call 912-635.2074. Deadline 8pm settle for a cheap Imitation. This messageis
SALES AND SERVICE application April 1st 3.16.5-13 provided as a public service courtesy of
331 Reitz UnionFor
I IMOTOR I II II EZ Tennis 391015
CROSS .MOTOR SCOOTERS LOVE KIDS? NEED A JOB? YMCA Camp more Info Call 392.1845

I MOPEDS MOTOR CYCLES I II Winona of Daytona Beach has opportunities 3.8.1.13 EZ Tennis knows stringing' Nylon $8+; syn
for Camp Counselors/Program/ Specialists gut $12+,11 they go low, EZ Tennis will go
I JET SKIS I II See you at Camp Job Fair, March Part.time Servers and Hostess needed lower 372.2257. 391015Our
eat JWRU Collonade 38313 Apply In person only between 35p. El
I IrnCCDJP t IDMII 1 I II Toro Mexican Restaurant 1723 SW goal at EZ Tennis to help' you savelB '
SAME DAY SERVICE IN MOST CASES J.C. PENNY Oaks Mall Earn quick moneylWe 13ST. 392-13 4 U buy rackets, shoes, sportswear,
I I need students to procure quality strings, grips or even balls, check us out.
9AM 5PM MON-SAT
charge applications Each completed application BUSINESS We've built our reputation on price, quality
904-378-5735 Is worth $2.50. Please contact & excellent service 3.9.10.15
L 10% DISCOUNT WITH THIS ADThis J the personnel manager Mon.Frl. 9 to 5 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
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ph. 331.2222. EOE M/F 39513 Our great prices continue: tshirts 30% oil;

most shirts, shorts, skirts up to 25% off;
Arby's Roast Beef: Now accepting applications terminals & pc's. buy sell, stringing.don't take our words, Ilk your.
for full and part.time help. Applyat trade, rent ft repair Great prices, QUALITY friends; most rackets 30% oft; tennis balls
Arby Roast Beef: 1405 SW 13th Str. CDCS 818 W Univ 3380378. 4307514 $1.88 EZ Tennis 3.9.10.15
No Phone Calls Please! 312513

LEARN TO SINGI[ rock, pop, classical
Publicity Assistants needed for Rec RESUMES voice lessons It., Fr. & Gar diction Reasonable
Sports Dept Great experience for PR Same day, Next day. rates Call Joe 371-1544. 3910-
majorl! Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call Many Styles & Fonts Editing. 15
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- GATOR BASEBALL '90! Baseball team plays host to FSU I

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After losing two games to Miami last weekend, the Mike Moberg leads the Gators' starters in hitting
UP baseball team begins a pivotal four-game home- with a .357 batting average, and Joe Russo paces the
and-away series with Florida State tonight at 7 at Perry team in RBI with 13.
Field.If UF and FSU set a single-game and two-day Perry
UF ((8-7)) continues to leave runners in scoring Field attendance record when they played last year,
position its record may dip below .500. In their last attracting 4,305 fans to the opener and 8,526 to the
t three losses the Gators have scored only seven runs series.
on 24 hits. Golfers on the roadIf
the second-ranked UF men's golf team wants to
beat top-ranked Oklahoma State this year, this week-
AROUND end will be its last chance to do it on a neutral course
GATORSvs. SPORTSThe before the NCAA Championships in June.
The team of Chris DiMarco Pat Bates, Dudley
Seminoles ((16-2)) are ranked second in the Hart Chris Toulson and Kevin Hammer will play
It nation but UF has dominated the series lately. The against 10 of the nation's top 20 teams at the Golf
FLORIDA STATE Gators have won seven out of the last nine games Digest Intercollegiate today through'Sunday. Amongthe
DOUBLE HEADER against FSU, and have not lost to the Seminoles at competitors are No. 1 Oklahoma State, No. 3
Perry Field since 1986. Arizona State No. 4 Arizona and No. 5 Louisiana .1

Thursday, March 8th, 7:00: p.m. To extend the home streak UF will have to beat State.
Also undefeated FSU ace Gar Finnvold who is scheduledto Oklahoma State is the only team UF has not beaten
pitch today. Cord Corbitt (214.15 ERA),who split this year.
Friday, March 9th, 5:30: p.m. his two starts against Miami likely will open for the Alligator writers Guerry Smith and Jeff Moriarty
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I Pride-powered Gators head to SECs I

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should By JASON DAVIS
proveto Alligator Staff Writer

The UF basketball team has losta
lot this season.
be dudSoutheastern
a The Gators lost their coaching staff backin
October, two key players in January, anda
Conference officials truckload of games in the process. n "
thought they knew what they were doing But one thing they haven't lost is their
when they slated this year's conference self-respect. And now, at the Southeastern
basketball tournament for the mythical, Conference Tournament beginning tonightat
magical City of Orlando. the Orlando Arena, they're trying to finda
I They envisioned 7-foot basketball play little: respect from the outside world.
ers hobnobbing with Mickey Mouse, fans "We've had some problems, but we've
pouring into Church Street Station, and done pretty well lately," starting forward
record sales for tickets to the tournament. Stacey Poole said. "We beat (then-No. 15
Guess what? Louisiana State 76-63)) last week and didn'tlet
Clark Griswold had dreams too. Alabama get away from us (in a 63-54
loss Saturday). I think Florida is going to
-G Ron Kaspriske beat someone if we come out prepared."
Interim coach Don DeVoe, who announced
LAST
CALL last week he will not pursue theGators'
full-time position, agrees.
"It's been a difficult year, but now we've
What the SEC Tournament is going to got a new season coming up ahead of us,"
get is miserable attendance,less-than-entic- DeVoe said. "We need to take advantage of d
ing matchups and a lot of upset hotel and that clean slate and show that we can go in
restaurant owners who were counting on and battle."
mucho revenue.In That would take some doing,however.At
short, the SEC Tournament will be a 7-20 overall and 3-15 in conference play, UF
dud.The boasts its worst record since 1981-82, when
absence of Kentucky from the tour UF went 522.Accordingly.
nament, coupled with UFs miserable sea- the Gators enter tonight's 8 46 i
son,has turned the tournament into a major o'clock game against Vanderbilt as the last-
reason to stay home and watch the other seeded team in the tournament.For .
,,basketball tournaments on television this the players, the hope now is to recapture
weekend. I a little of the magic that gave them the
Kentucky, which is serving an NCAA No. 1 seed in last year's tournament.
probation and wasn't invited, normally "What this team needs is a new start, a
brings anywhere from 3,000 to 4,000 peopleto "
new direction, guard Renaldo Garcia said.
the tournament. And UF, coming off an "Maybe the SEC Tournament is the place UF's Dwayne Davis leads the Gators in scoring, averaging 12.4 REGGIE points GRANT -a ALLIGATOR game, I
SEC championship season,would have had for it because I think we could do some heading into the SEC Tournament in Orlando.
anywhere from 6,000 to 10,000 people at damage there."

every game the Gators played. Although Orlando is a neutral site, UF tie. Only three teams have advanced from
But not this The Commodores ((14-13, 7-11)) have no
year. obviously has a home-court advantage. Yet first-round play to the final:Auburn in 1985,
standouts,but are led by solid performancesfrom
sold 100 ticketsin
Kentucky approximately despite the team's optimism, the stark real '
Louisiana State in 86 and Georgia in 88. Of their backcourt.
advance, and UF ticket manager Bill ity is that UF probably would have a better the three, only Auburn won the title.
Holloway said Gators fans have been calling chance of beating the Orlando Magic. Guards Scott Draud and Derrick Wilcox
his office for refunds.An According to the Las Vegas line, the UF is a 12-point underdog to the team that average 15.7 and 11.1 points a game,respec
estimated 10,000 pre-tournament tick Gators have been given 100-1() odds of win beat them twice during the regular seasonin tively.
ets have been sold. The previous low was ning the tournament. By contrast, the midst of school-record-tying 14-game Forward Dwayne Davis is UFs leader,
13,000 for the 1981 tournament in Birmingham Vanderbilt is only a 15-1 darkhorse. losing skein. The Gators lost 71-64 at home scoring 12.4 points a game. Garcia adds
Ala.Empty. Both teams, however, face an uphill bat- and 67-54 in Nashville, Tenn. 11.9.
seats are great if you're a basketball
junky, but if you're a member of the
Orlando Chamber of Commerce, the DeVoe era could come to an end tonightBy I

thought of what is about to transpire today -
invokes thoughts of mainlining Turns. MIKE DAME ing my appointment and the short tenure ward Hosie Grimsley said."Everyone wantsto
"' But despite inevitable disaster, you need Alligator Staff Writer and the uncertainty of everything, we've blame him for the games that we lost, but
not worry about getting another shot at hung in there pretty well with the present he's just a discipline coach, and some guys
seeing the tournament in the state of Florida He has been hanged in effigy across the players.And if the present players improvedand can't take that. A lot of (Indiana coach)
Citrus Bowl Executive Director Chuck street (from the O'Connell Center.He are better people and better players, Bobby Knight's players leave, too, but noth-
Rohe, who was involved in bringing the has seen two star players quit duringhis good things have happened." ing is said about that.
tournament to Orlando, said the city will troubled coaching tenure, resulting in a But in the eyes of those who expected a "He's not going to anything but make youa
get another chance. school-record-tying 14-game losing streak. second consecutive SEC crown in the 1989- better person and make you a disciplined
Rohe,who has been doing a lot of uncontrollable His wife has received threatening phone 90 season, the unpopular changes DeVoe, person. He's a good coach no matter what
twitching lately when the words calls and required undercover security 48, brought to the UF basketball program anyone says."
"probation" and "Schintzius" are uttered, guards to watch her husband at work. and the products of those changes -
said he hopes people are intelligent enough All things considered, Don DeVoe, UF's have been too appalling to bear. The fact that the tournament could be
to realize that Mickey's not to blame for embattled interim basketball coach, should The departures of Livingston Chatmanand DeVoe's final bow with the Gators adds
what has happened in the SEC."I breathe a heavy sigh of relief when he Dwayne Schintzius. The installation of extra incentive for many players."I .
assume most people are intelligent coaches the Gators for the final time duringthe the slow-down offense. Fifteen losses in think for every individual person there
enough to understand the situation," he 1990 postseason.That UFs final 16 regular-season games. Those are some special feelings," Poole said.
said. "It's not normal that Florida just fin moment could arrive tonight, as UF events made the cheer "DeVoe Must Go" "They really worked me, pushed me, keptme
ished a 14-game losing streak and has gone faces Vanderbilt in first-round action of the often times a more popular one than "Go mentally tough when I was down and I
II through all it's gone through, and to not Southeastern Conference Tournament at Gators" at UF's home contests. wanted to give up. It's going to be sad to
have a Kentucky in the tournament because Orlando Arena. The Gators who remained through the see them go."
they're on probation."It But when DeVoe speaks of the unlikely troubled times,however, said the public hasa
remains to be proven that Orlando can events that unfolded during the regular twisted perception of DeVoe. It may be Junior guard Renaldo Garcia,meanwhile,
fill the house for a college basketball tour season, there is no measure of remorse in hard to believe, but many of the players said he is more concerned with playing for
nament. It happened a year ago when flor- his calm, determined voice."I actually like DeVoe and wouldn't mind see- himself and his teammates."I .
ida played Stanford. I think we could fill the gave it everything I had," said DeVoe, ing him stay. think what's most important is for us
..... arena under normal circumstances." who announced last week he will not applyfor "This year's experience has done so much to go out and win for ourselves,"Garcia said."I .
The problem is the arena may not get the permanent coach's position. "I 1 thinkif for me, and it's going to be a hard feeling think we deserve it. We deserve to give
that chance again (for a long, long time. you consider the circumstances surround- when he (DeVoe) leaves," freshman for- ourselves a chance to win."

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carcal VyAsh), ed A lh thed rs.oy 01 Foloda VOLUME 83, NUMBER 219 Publedbrm.0 .h .CAnesv, F rida THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1990 Hey kids! The Hep Cat's here. APPLAUSE Faculty voice booming as president joins ranks _J This is the fourth of a 5-part series examine the isues facing President John Lombardi as he leads UF into a new decade. By GEOFF BOUCHER Alligator Staff Writer For years. UF's faculty have demanded a louder voice in the fligert Hall boardroom discussions that create campus policies. Now, with a fellow educator as president, they may have the loudest voice of all. John Lombardi 47, became tiP's ninth president Monday, and, if his plans hold up. he will be the first in more than 60 years to teach a regular class while in office That ably be extra duty has some faculty members smilhistory iag. "This place has been nn by real-estate lawyers, doctors and judges." said anthropology Professor Anthony Oliver-Smith 'this guy is an educator and a scholar. "He broke the mold," Oliver Smith said United Faculty of Florida local chapter President Jane Brockmann said UF as a whole will benefit search, from Lambardi's class time, which will probunivers in his specialty field, latin American "We're very close to being a very major public university in teaching and research," said Brockmann, a zoology professor "Having administrators who are academicians is the only way that vision will be fulfilled. '(Academicians) are the only people who understand that the real purpose and goal of the university is education and reBrockmann said "If you have the ity run as a business, then money becomes (he bottom line instead Brimkmann, a UIfaculty member for I years, said having an educalor as the top administrator is an important step toward getting faculty issues heard. but it is only the First step Now, she hays, olher fi ulty members need to be involved 'Look around at the major restarch um versities and the fAulty lids an import.irit role in Ihe inivesty de sion Fiakng process," she said "When administrators talk to the faculty and bring them into the governance of the university. it's an mpirtaii See Faculty, page 5 I.,.S. ..--AI The grass Is always greener OinMluil-ALKTA A crew began removing the artificial turf from Florida Field Wednesday. The Gators will begin playing on natural grass this fall for the first time since 1971. Commission hopefuls debate student issues By BLAME FONTENAY Alligator Wnter The four candidates for the Distrw 3 seat on the Gainesville City Conimisston pleaded their cases Wednesday to about 50 UF students -and about 300 empty seats. Students and members of I ida Blue Key grilled the foursome foral most an hour about several student issues, including campus-city relations, bicycle trails and the city's bottle club ordinance After the forum, which was held at McCarty AudiMAR tonum. organizers and at least two candidates said they were fairly pleased with the student turnout OIt was about what I expected," said Alfredo Alvarado, Blue Key's director of community affairs "'There's no one strong issue that the students are behind 'They need to be motivated and they get motivated by things that affect them directly Theturnout could have been higher if students had a clear issue to rally behind, Alvarado said Blue Key, a UF leadership honorary,andStudent Governmentco-spon Sored the forum to give students a chance to get to know the candidates before Tuesday's elections On that date, voters will elect a commissioner for District 3, which includes SouthC west (t"imsvilt and the preincT where students living on campus may vote, and also lor Distnct 2, which includes northwest Gainesville ind lie Student Ghtto Michael Murphy, a [F student who's ruining or the l)strit I saet, said McCarty Auditorium's size made the crowd seem, smaller than it was wasn'tt packed.' Murphy said "(Hut) it's about what we had for the (Gainesville) Apartment Association and it's more than the Sierra Club had 1iswascomparabletothe H 13 other forums that we've had Realtor Tom McKnew. another candidate for the seat, agreed with Murphy. "I was impressed by the turnout." McKnew said Most forums, unless they areheld in conjunction with some other type of meeting, usually draw about that many people, McKnewsaid Dunng the forum, Murphy, McKnew and candidate Craig Hedgecock said a city ordinance resicting the operation of 'bottle clubs" was unnetessary 'The ordinance, which went into effect in 1987, prevents people front dunking alcoholic beverages in public places after 2 am. Several bottle clubs, see Fonim, page 4 Condom machines installed in campus bathrooms By RONALD DUPONT JR. Alligator Writer UF's first condom machines have been installed in four dormitories and several other areas, marking the end of a 2-year controversy that often divided administrators. About 25 machines, dispensing Prime lubricated condoms for 50 cents each, were nslled this week in bathrooms in the Beaty Tower Commons, the Murphree Hall Commons, lobbies in Jennings and Graham halls, the Reitz Union and theJ. Hills Miller Health Center The bread-box-size machines, which dispense how-to directions in Spanish and English with the condom, were installed in both men's and women's bathrooms. The installation marks the end of a fight that began two years ago during a meeting of the UF Task Force on AIDS and HIV Infection. It was at that meeting that members first proposed buying the machines. Arguments about sensitivity and health concerns were the main focus of the debate that followed, making the condom machine issue one of the most controversial ever confronted by UF Health Educator Joanne Auth. "Of all the issues that made the word condom acceptable in discussion, the condom machine led the way," she said When the idea of installing machines was first proposed in 1987. administrators shot it down UF needed to be sensitive, task force members were told. "iere's always the feeling that if you put a condom machine in a central area, you are saying there's a lot of sexual activity there," Auth said. A year later, former UF President Marsee MachIes., page 4 of-I1h1'11 1 i I e d nt e Ia A

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I, AULGAIVR. IRURSDAY. MARCH 4, I'M WHAT'S HAPPENING Bench Press. (F Recreational $ports Department is sponsoring a Hen h Press Compi t Ion for men and women All participants must w' igh in by 3 today in Florida Gym Room 214 Call 192 0581 Portuguese: The Brazilian-Por [ugut e Club will meet today at 5 15 L Itrahs Call 392-2100 Elections: Foday is the deadline to ipply it run in the Black Student Un ion's 19'-9l elections Pick up }pli(ations in the BSU Office. FRESH: Friends through Racal I'xpirente Shterlng in Humanity will meet today at 5 in Mallory Hall call 177-to33 a al 0p VI at z volume 83 a 0 n a A: IHURSDA Exports: The acn American Film Series presents For Export Only Pesticides and Pils today at 1 15 in Turlington Hall Room 2353 Call 392 0375 Grade: The Criduate Student Council will discuss 'Sexism, Racism and other Prejudices" tonight at 630 in McCarty Auditorium Call Marllyn. 373-7972 Vete: The PreVet Club will aeet tonight at 7 30 in Rit, Union Room 337 Call Matt. 39L8323 Waves: The Gator Surf Club meets tonight at 830 in the Orange & Brew Call 373-SURF BACCHUS: iacehus will meet When can "flashbacks' occur after doing LSD? Flashbacks can occur for more than a year after LSD use. MARCH 8 -IRHA's CAKE GPA 12 30-1 n30 PM DRUGS. SIURTS & LIFE coachh John Reavcs Larlelon Aud 7 9 pm n SPONSORS sWtbd by Carvos Mcie and iN Hionua Carw DATT RACCOcUS GIA I+ 41A %PC Lr'yetty Anic Al .c.Ir'p torls Ra] PRII or'tle CLNO Rt Ad.r,'ng WAL WR windrrs m at Sard. Misc Am Tneiws Pata Wal Jcei D$e TrNa Shop PsGym Grs'4l.GyRoda 10 IS 105 Ma o Ad Enalry SG ISSN 0889-2423 the independent florida igato nda P hImart by Camrous Con, number 119 El Miane ese 376-"M0 Edtor Lucy Ciaboil Spo. Edor Jason Data Aanag9n0 EdIto May Shelder An Dircinr Kahy Roirbach NIw. EdnIr. An. Aol. Or See AnPpou.Edir Dsnea. M Reagan SiringerEor Danel amn Copy Dk Chiel Jon Dav,. F.t urnE.i M h.I. brown Lraran Wna McLood Photo Ediloh Sudani call Ornsa Gcd Buchra M., DaN Grg Doyal ggn Grant OpConi s Sdaor Tony. sutton on na.pri.a Judy A litnk.1 Oan Siftay K.v,n W '.rn.we Dianiey Advefinina 3M 442 *uSift. conin ij Advlrting Oiratou rinCcarey AcOuswao Prchard Mfauger Into,, Coord"inat not M.Andy Afrl.n 2f s.es OnlOPTUmi Danalrds: c4 aN.a su ao.or Shawnn Kochm.n ProrTdtonuSlI Coordinator Paullteto PSidlet a.,m.l Pr uioMWaw M ..Partl Dan E Alderman Chmstopher Eva'n EM; Frairwn Asittant Produclion Managef Sarah Dye, Loan Joh, Jid, L Met JAmrhW Mao AdvfriflqProdiion Survaon Chain. erir Cynlhia A Pot, LillyIe Pa'n', China L Solalsr ladI SWAP RaUcoaA =la A.ndrtan .al Ctu W ..u.oNwor NAn S Adywroimg Ty9.I1t rs Pali J FLkop Dan Kate *iaam 17114411 kedJoI Preooin SI fvar Pill tti'i Glneral Maner C E Dares, Asatr Ednotr P~odam Seasnally RLdaaaIIIoe Conrvfar VirgifiwCanroa Promfliena M anag.r Dde'r. Moynahan Oprm.,ti areg.r.alwo C'roulaen Maon. Jorcom .a The Ad.dfrnt FRend fMat r e atudei n n.pr g he Unrsaty of Fda. pu hdSby anon 0t01 50W ,ld ol ducaIaafl nrqanzrn, a., a uenst Floid. eduoSronalC iMutic, und., F S 212 0 Cawul Comiuafltfnl Ina P Oft I257 Gwnedlis, FL 30 me Anmal 'a ubIShed MonIayIhrough Friday mwninga *.oapadurk"g eohdaadanmp.r.dskig U% ahnflmaraeadnactfrn. Ow.Ans UPmnapqbhsd Tundavy and Thursdays ae Afgarog AmTar t.ew 0 theA rean Nawpa PbiMhno Asocdon, FarIda Prlo Asoastan and Sohedrn UnneridyN wpapera One m Sster (FeaLnds) To Smnetra (FalN A Spun) Sunmner Serreuter Full Yea, (Allematiar) S'~ $2S00 saw $, m tonight atbin Reitz Umon Room 357 Call 392 0i77 U.N.: Model United Nations will meet tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room 1t 60 to dis( uss Central America Call Niraj or Alex, 376d705 Row: Fihe HF Crew and Rowing Club meets tonight at 9 in Reitz Union Room :146 Call 395-9042 Horse, : The UF Equestnan Club will meet tonight at 630 in McCarty Hall Room 1108 Call Raven. 3368151 Wind: The UF Hoardsalling Club will meet tonight at 7 30 in the Orange & hrew Call 335-2717 AM A AAA5 AAA AAA AAtA A/t AAA AAA IN DRUG AWARENESS WEEK MARCH 5-9 40% to 50% OFF EVERYTHING RODERICK'S EstlaUshed 1978 Classic cothirng for the roung fort.lon.l CreeksIde Nail 3501 SW 2nd Ave, Open Mon-fr 10-6 Sat 10-5 377l902 Alterations Extra All Sales final AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA I AAA I I 3 A! -I ~ ATTENTION all non-initiated inmers of ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA! Pick up officer applications for the upcoming year in Tigert 124. Due Thursday, March 15. Also, Sophomores, pick up scholarship applications in Tigert 124. m.eAmpaisflitice. aei-a a.10 unyif ndy A. Clashiold afvter1nginob l Wadalt eiaN r. m.mT ot srr. Mondayihtough Fdar .eapio'e hobd4y. ClnsA'ed ea' ala te placed W,.UF Cagu Ithel4ndBook.toq fl ,.Hub, Slianda, .id atthe casher'anio oflRams Uno., e CoIe M AN VMS rumd Nopouij' nor AiSaser W b o I ady luent -ON rite, onra S an dlice, at Cwpu conmnuncidea. noc iti As Sal Y,

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THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 1990l AUJGAflR, Senate discusses option to override fund deadline By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Wnter Student senators debated an amended statute Tuesday night that would give student groups a chance to get money out of Student Government even if they miss the deadline to submit their requests for funding Student groups have to request money 90 days before an event If the amended statute passes on second reading next week, it would give two senate committees the ability to override the 90-day requirement by a two-thirds vote. The two committeesare the Budgetand Finance Committee and the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee, The bill was created to provide an option for groups who submit their requests late. But before the statute passed first reading, ASFAC coordinator Bret Berlin argued that by giving the two committees power to ovemde the role would only be introducing bias and corruption into the committees fone biased member either committee wants to hear all organization's special request even after the 90-day rule. the member may per suade others to vote to override the rule. Berlin said. Although Berlin said he doesn't think members of either B & F or ASFAC are biased now, he doesn't know about future committee members "By putting this in our statute, what you're doing is opening it up for the future so that at any time, all it takes is one person to want to hear it and they can push it through committee," he said "'fat's not fair to other groups B & F chairman Chris Tompkins dis agreed and said the amended statute is fair o(Berlm) had a ridiculous argument,' Tompkins said "'The provision is a fair see Senate, from 8 Letters support Grapski Administrators, students urge judge to set bail By DEBBIE CEPIZIPER and wil be held until a jurv rial on April if AlligatEor WEriter (rapski has a court hearing April 12. Felrnck All Igatr Write Several UF administrators and students have written letters in defense of former Student Sen Charlie Grapski, who is being held without bond in a Suth Florida jail Student Affairs Director Myra Morgan said she passed out tie address of Broward County Judge Richard Fade. who will preside over Grapski's trial, to administrators and student senatorsso theycould wnteand urge the judge to set bond for Grapski Morgan said she, Student AffairsVice Presdent Art Sandeen, Student Affairs Assistant Dean Ken Osfield, outgoing Student Body President Ed Scales, Senate President Andrew Meyer and executive director of recycling and environmental affairs Tad Delegal wrote letters to the judge Morgan said she doesn't know or care what Grapski has done, but that he at least deserves bond. "I can't imagine a student I worked with going through this," Morgan said Broward County docket clerk Kelly Terick said Grapski has been in jail since Feb 15 Grapski is being held without bond because he didn't show up ford mandatory Nov 16, 1989 court hearing Grapski had been arrested i Broward County Im driving under the influence of alcohol, resting arrest arnd hitting a sheriffs deputy Not setirng bond is common procedure, letri k said Sandeeir said he would not verify the letter he wrote nor information abou Grapski Sandeen cited the Bui kley Anmendmert, which obligates school Offliuls to keep itident records t ontidential Tetrick read Sandeen's March 2 letter over the phone It states "He vias the leader in organiig studet support on this Campus for Chinese students after the violeno e oc currd in China lasi year He has been an elected member (i the Student Senate at UF and a leader ut the P nvironmental Action Group lie was aso invited to a racial awareness workshop in January see Grapki. from page 8 Environmental group to interview seniors for jobs By JASON C. BLOCKER Alligator Writer A Florida non-profit organization will be on campus today to interview people who are committed to saving the planet The Florida Public Interest Research Group will interview grad. uating seniors at the Career Resource Center who are interested in working full-time on environmental and consumer Mac Plus $899 campaigns, said Athan Manuel, the group's campaign director The state-wide environmental and consumer group, which was founded by consumer advocate Ralph Nader in the late 1970s, tries to translate people's interest and awareness ofenvironmental issues into activism and action. Manuel said "All people need to do is be willing to work hard on environmental and consumer campaigns and really care about the environment," he said rhe organization does not rely exclusively on the Career Resource Center for applicants because people who seek a career through a placement office aren't usually interested in working for a non-profit organization, environmental group or a consumer group. Manuel said Although its salaries are substantially lower than what most MaLSF hven drd Kcvhk'jd 20 i had [nfe $2040 Announching new lower prices on the Macintosh SE and Macintosh Plag. A you vpitnvably leimi ss on top ofiaswwrk takes aloof work u we re t&lknR; new no pnh s on ., grea ody *a.s che foonjishe Intl lhe Mannioi Aus I T toa art to rnst your noor trink adt thi preadrlwt hsh off siiLun and poiph up ihai ingiih paper what' m ret onC you Ve instucal one apphcwaln you (Il us her all, bhruse "vy Mantash M4,hare pphIC~ainwarks he ijnw 4a rid s'ne cvery Mai niohnj1,h tm pv eful C fint at I N able Hr an nrow we ri ou r nid change If yoo i' ke to know mre sp is he Campus h4po ik4kMI Youll nhin frai A %no to The power lbeyourso uri -O .ft SI ~~-concepts, nc. companies are able to pay new employees, the income is in line with othernon-profit careers, Man une said Salaries range front s12,000 to n1 6.000 a year, but increase for thosewho have committed at least two years to the organization "We target people who are eiher active n political groups on campus or people who just like to organize the college community and get people involved in that F---*"' ummOumntly.' Manuel said Finding people who are willing to work for i non-profit organ/a tion has become easier over the past few years because people are more interested in the environ ment and consumer issues, Man ie] said Anyone imerested i a career with the group should tall the Career Resource Center at 392-0296 or stop by for an interview Earn more A's, Get more Zzz's Spend less $'s.

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i i3li,11R, 1 llI)AY, MAJ X H i l ELSEWHERE Lvbian plant V%% IlI NG IN (IPl) itVI Whi o Nld \% .'imLtav ih,av'i],blt evidjttte ttugtests"' I im I rotliL Lg 1 himici] WLpIUI. idid his iits to he [red for 'vigorous efforts to stop the operation tress Set riary Marlon I iiwit,'r refused Io diwuss what lite Vigorous efforts" oight Involve, but he refused It) rule oul the possibility of I military opera'o We wont iurie out anything,' he said Fitw.ier said the United Stateshas been in contact t with al its allies and wants to shut oil the supply of it -micals to Libya, which the administration views as a terrorist state "We don't really know how the chemicals are getlig there or where they are doing front, the press sekrntiry tollreporters Fit/Water's comments followed published reports quotoig [l s ntelligence sources that libya had resumed [he limiled manufacture of poison gas with he gohal f putting a the mical arms plant into full -scale operation The New Yiork Tnes, the Washington Post and ABC News reported that a libyan facility, called Pharma150 li Paia, resumed production late last year after itonths ol technical problenis I c/water said, "Fie available evidence suggests that Rabta is producing chemical wexipons We are vYrv scriouly uiterned about this development White House I hIn' cils, ssIcir sairf the I Iit-d ttes h. explressd its tounitrns It InrIouis gov'rnmentt d hal ibya is well aware of him I' s.ld, "Ihis is a sublet we have uiider coiIimual discussion vith our allies and others, and we intend to pres ahead with the# discussions in Cuig days In tihe pohi pushed reports, analysis were quoted as saying I ibyi was making two chemical agents -one that blisters and burns the skin and lungs, and much smaller quantities of a second agent chat attacks the central nervous system They were also quoted as saying about 30 tons or the blister agent had been stockpiled Sources told ABC that soie ofthe poison has been loaded by hand into canisters ihat could be dropped from aircrafts as chemical bomnbs litzwater refused to discuss the type of weapons libya may be producing, or how much the country may have stockpiled The United States focused worldwide attention on the Rabta plant in late 1988 after CIA Director William Webster said labya was building the plant, calling it "the largest chemical plant I know of for chemical weapons I ibyan leader MoammarGadhafi, who laterallowed reporters a limited tour of the plan, has indsised it manufactures pharmaceuticals The University Librones collections ore being reorganved to make room for incoming matenols By mid-summer most books in Library East (Smothers) will be moved to another location in that building or to another campus library information wilt be available at each campus library on what has been moved, what is currently being moved, and what will be moved In No book should be unavo because o1 thes move. WE'RE SORRY FOR A --N ,A g A n.o 811111 ext, lae lor more than 24 hours NY INCONVENIENCE Subway derailment leaves 93 injured l[I[[AILtI lilA ([lt) -A pc ked subway train
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THURSDAY MARCH 8, 19M. AJGIOR, 5 FACULTY from page 1 step going toward attaining that vision." Another step is ensuring that educators can say what they want. "It's crucial to a great university that the faculty feels they can say and do things that might not fit into the administrative views," Brockmann said. "Having faculty who can take unconventional positions is part of a great university." She said the threat of punishment may or may not be founded, but the perception remain. 'Alotof peoplefearreprisalswill fall on them if they say the wrong thing," Brockmann said. The freedom to take unconventional positions came under doubt in January 1987, when formerPresident Marshall Cier was accused of trying to stifle some prv-environment professors who were lobbying at city and county meetings. The controversy began when then-Gainesville Chamber of Com. merce President John Schroepher told chamber members that Cnser had agreed to intimidate the professors by sending UF officials to the meetings. When the taped conversation became public, Schroepfer resigned and said he had "embellished Criser's comments. Criser denied making the com. ments and he was later cleared of wrongdoing. But the entire incident, dubbed "Chambergate," left faculty members wary Philosophy Professor Richard Haynes said administrative pressure is hard to spot because it is often disguised fliey don't say 'Shut up or I'll fire you,'" Haynes said 'it's more subtle. For instance, when there's an opportunity to give or withhold money, you won't get iL Haynes almost earned a"contro> versial" tag when he offered to serve as faculty adviser for a proposed campus white rights group. The white student union, which needs an adviser to be considered for official group status, turned Haynes down after leaders said he didn't share the group's goals Haynes, who said he would resign from the group if members displayed racist views, said active support of free speech is a trait campus leaders should have. "You have to have administrators providing active leadership in academic freedom," Haynes said "hat is, whenever there is cntcism of an academic taking an unpopular view, not just defending (the view), but arguing how vaiable it is." Faculty members said it's a little early to predict Lombardi's strengths, but Haynes said a teaching president is a good sign The class may or may not give Lombardi better campus insight, but it will set him apart from former presidents UF President Ementus] Wayne Reitz. who led IF from 1955 to 1967, said teachoig presidents are rare "I don't know of anyone who's ever done it, and [ come near as knowing as anyone," Reitz. 81. said "I know (former President John) Tigert didn't, and he came in 1928 I came to the university in 1934 and since then no one has done it either "It'll be a real challenge for him with the busy schedule of a president," he said. "It's not that former presidents wouldn't have liked to teach. I just don't think they had time ALL SERVICES FREE -CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING MANY OTHER SERVICES 3774947 1441 NW 6TH STREET -BLDG A HOMECOMING 1990 AND GATOR GROWL" Alumni/Special Events Art/Graphics Banquet Barbeque Campus Involvement Cocktail Community Affairs Gator Expo Gator Gallop -Kick-off Party Orange and Blue Parade Printing/Graphics Security/Parking Computer Coordinat the following directorships GROWL Art Creative Production Security Skit Special Services or -Strike Technical Video Apply: 312 1. Wayne Reitz Union Deadline: March 14, 1990, 4 p.i. IMi AMT AM EA AT A A l AM l A T AR n AM I AN A AlN AM A T AAM AMN A A n AM AM AMn A31. AE Wishes To Thank AEb rIBD AXfl For Helping Us Raise Over $L0,8W For Stop! Children's Cancer And For Making lmwe m A c Tomlln 199 Our Most Successful Ever!!! Special Thanks To: University Centre Hotel; University Copy Center; American Spas, Inc.; World Class Travel; Norwegian Cruise Lines; Kings Kraft; Z93; Club X; My Favorite Company; Godfather's Pizza; The Mill; The Trophy Shop AM AM I n Aln AME AME AAin AM! AEn AM AM I A T AnN AA[ A IM AE A MT AEM AMll A AI r ------, OFF OFF: F s1 11 13, I1/2 PRICE SPECIALS Dry Mounting Poster Frames CREATE WORKSHOP 809 W. Univ. 376-7204 *1 SUMMER JOBS CAMP PLACEMENT DAY Open to All Majors! TODAY, MARCH 8, 1990 10:30am-3:O0pm Reitz Union Collonade -EARLY PREGNANCY TEST -REFERRALS n~l .o )er it-xki Happy Hor spmi10pmn 994 Drinks $2.95 60oz pitchers 17O W Ui (2nd flor-UF Piaza 374-49U are now accepting applications for HOMECOMING F Foreign -N_ Domestic Alternators -NStarters Discount Prices As Low As $19.95 vFEE E LICMUCAL CHICKV Win Purchase AAMAC 378-7676 508 NWN 8th Ave. ri

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ALIJGATOR. lIURSDAY, MARL H 8 199 OPINIONS Bad sports Ist week. UF President John Lombardi said he likes Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger, lie said he respects the Jib he' done and that he doesn't plan to fire him Perhaps ombardi neteds a history lesson VI 's ahileut department has had serious probleims starinL it in the tace long before Arnsparger took over in 19 7 But (Vein after his promise to clean house, the N. AA ill vestigates UF. and new allegations of wTongdOing are a daily threat. Around the country, headlines have screamed, "More trouble at Florida" or some variation IF has a reputation ol being among the elite "bad boys" in college sports. Untortunately, football and basketball teams represent universilties much more than the number of National Merit Scliolars they have. Ii scandals of the past two years taint th and art a source of embarrass nil it to many Ar ispairgr is the man who was supposed to pr ogi am So far, he has failed. Ilis routine has been simple. 0 lbreaks, (toes he fire a coach. But possible rules violations and stop hits the front pages of the state's is university people. clean up the nly when a scandal his Job is to know about them before the scandal major newspapers. Firing coaches is like hoping to cure cancer with bandages Sometimes, the coaches aren't even the problem. Coaches are, and should be, more concerned with athletes than dealing with overzealous alumni -the source of much of UF's grief. Arnsparger has said in the past that he takes pride in not knowing of the scandals that plague the athletes and IJF. If that's true, it's a scandal in and of itself. But we think he knows a lot more than he's telling anyone. He knew about the NCAA's investigation when it started last June and played along with a request to keep everything secret. He denied knowing anything until confronted with proof of the investigation in October. Did he know about the violations when they occurred? One has to wonder. Because of the never-ending swirl of controversy surrounding UF, being an Gator is almost embarrassing. How many students go home for break and get teased by friends who went to school someplace else? Some students, interested in sports or not, don't want to be associated with people who can't play by the rules. Lombardi and football coach Steve Spurrier represent a refreshing change -a new philosophy and, hopefully, a new direction. But it takes more than a new attitude. Changes need to be made at the top, with administrators like Arnsparger, as well as at the bottom. Arnsparger always says it's the media's job to speculate on the problems in his program. Fine. Speculation here is that Arnsparger needs to go. alligator Editor LAucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Letters Polky t~*is tonm edfte tMe "nt .ned 200 won e o. s 0WO qs DW hbM ba typad dccuiaicoa a sset, This tMi. acen Mss -taisr'on. ihe ditov pe .ditn, .4 57h4MM. Studying to 'Sch It was the week after the Tom Petty concert and my friend and I were in astronomy class The lecture on Galileo included an explanation of 'free fall," and our professor was telling us what would happen if we threw an object from the top of the warld But my mind was on something else. "Now I'm free, free falling Hormmm. Tom Petty's fromGanesville, right I wonderithe took thiscourse As I looked at the class, listening so attentively and taking notes, I had to really hold back from laughing and try to keep my secret to myself. But it was OK, because that night I was gomg to study I didn't. A few weeks later, my economics professor -his TV image -was telling me about the "consumption function." I was paying attention, (honestly!) when all of a sudden my friend Ernie looked at me and said, "Hey, know what that reminds me of? 'Conjunction Junction, what's your function I flipped. "Oh, yeah! The little train?" It was an exciting moment for both of us. Of course I could never forget my childhood Schoolhouse Rock, the only truly educa. tional show I ever saw on network television. Surrounded by economics, my friend and I were in perfect harmony aswe sang, "Conjunction Junction, what's your function? Hooking up words and phrases and clauses." Every time the professor mentioned the consumption function thereafter, we'd snap our fingers and sing along. It was hard to take notes. but that was OK Baby Gator should report fee increase Editor; As a university employee concerned with affordable and quality child care, I placed my child on the Baby Gator waiting hst at birth, March 1987, for entrance at age 3. At that time the cost of child care at Baby Gator was $140 a month. The rate increased to $270 a mnth two years ago,.nd is going up asof August 1.190,to 9285a month. This cost is applicable to a non-student family of four that earns more than $34,200. During the three-year waiting oolhouse Rock' 0 Patr:cra I ce TUDY HABITS because that night I would study Naturally, I didn't. When I told my friend Wanda about our class. sIe was excited as well, and suddenly we were rehearsag our Schoolhouse Rock repertoire. Study time was replaced by oureffortsto remember the other songs, but we never got past the classic I'm just a bill, on Capitol Hill. Since then, I've studied somewhat for tests, but never established good daily studying habits judging by my notes, attendance, interest and organizIlan, I'm a great student. But oh, do I lack the discipline and good grades! Determined to become a great student once and for all, I secluded myself from the world the other night and tried to study just for the sake of it. I started with my astronomy class. From my notes, "Under extreme conditions of heat and pressure as in Jupiter, liquid hydrogen goes into a metallic stage." Suddenly, I picture Young Hydro the rebel, going through his metallic stage, wearing a Metallica T-shirt andplayinganairguitarwhilehisparentsyell forhim to lower the music. I wonder if I'll get any decent grades this term. Patricia Lee isajmenalitij.iorfryigdperately to keep her 3.0 GPA oemt. period, Baby Gator neglected to inform parents such as myself of the substantial fee increase I learned of the tee increase only Feb 14. 199, during a phone conversation to confirm my son's starting date Parents who have carefully planned for their children's education should be notified of fee changesas soon astheyoccur.That way those of us with financial lii. tion can Plan "narnly before a last-mnute change mus be md in order to find an alternative quality learning environment. In my opinion, Baby Gator no longer provides affordable, com. petitive child care for the university community. and the last thing I need now is another waiting list Vicki Tyson GainsvIlle Blue Key nominee hinders equality Editor: A big thanks to Lynda Waol., nominee for Blue Key president, for damaging the flmhT'l movement with such a sexist statement against men' Wassul said women can bring things to Blue Key that men cant What wereyou thinking Lynda? Women will only become equal by acting equal ii Watki1 31.3 7,d cea te

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UNS Induced N UF nilorm o and ?blcIjonfs Sovoas 355 'or Hall and paid lvr at usoat adwrsng 'ales to com muncale othc ii nfohaces and ipostant 'Iorm ationi 0 studentss laculty and staf Call 392 0106 loi ntamnatf"o" Applications Due For Women's Award In Asian Studios Female students with an above-average academic record in UFs Asian Studies majo, minor or certificate p may :Ifor the 1990-91 Ale MZrger mrital Scholarship of 900. Alice M. Ths a student above tradiional age in Asian Studies died in he senr year at UF in 1& The scblat was edabld wiha hrn the Applicants, preferably non-trdilton must have Comleted or be completing secondyer Cnese or Jfanese. Applications, which are due March 15, are available in 417 Crinter Hall. For more anformation about the scholarship, contact Chauncey Chu, 392755Q Agriculture Award Applicants Sought Undergraduate and graduate students studg tropical agriculturecan ly now for he&1990 Dickinson Award inM pical Agriculture. The annual award provides hovel funds to support research and ramMg In mrtuLMir from an ecological perspective during Summer 1990. Applications are available from Vlarie Brown in 120 Newins-Ziegler Hall, and must be returned to Brown by March 30. For more information, contact Katherine Ewel, 326 Newins-Ziegler Hall, 392-1792. Thesis Workshops Today And Monday Students can receive help with how to write a thetsl or dissertation tinotagh a workshop offered by the UF and Writing Cene, in conjunction the professional staff from the Center, Graduate School, Marstan Sdence Library and the Health Center Library. The schedule for the workshop. entitled "Writing the Thesis and Disseration," Is as follows: Maulils AMalible for Indivi Disciplines," 2:30 to 4 p.m., separate sessions held at Library Wet and the Health Science lary Two sessions held today and tomorrow from 2:30 to 4 p.m. In the Marston Sdence Library. Monsdax~dl Ybour Thesis and Dissertation" 2:30 to 4pm., Reitz Union. Space Is limited for all sessions. Call 392-91 to migiter ro FU 1n7rst UNews & information ((TNIVRslTY UF Celebration 1990 Continues; All-Day Jazz Festival Saturday Events for Celebration 1990, UFs annual arts festival, continue today through Saturday. The week-long celebration includes jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan and Paul Shaffer and The Wkrld's Most Dangerous Band performing i an all-day jazz festival Saturday at the Bandshell. A vait of student groups perform for today's "Renaissance Day!" The longleur Jugers will perform at the Turlington Hall courtyard from 10-25 to 10:40 a.m and at the eitz Unmonufrom 1130 to 1145 am Student art will be exhibited today and tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m on the Reitz Union North lawn. The Up Fencing Ram will perform front 1130 a m to 12:30 p.m. today in the Plaza of the Americas. UFs Renaissance Ensemble will p from 1130 a.m. to 12:30 p m on the Reitz Union North Lawn, followed by [J drama students performing Shakespearean skits. The band Mr Whoopee will play tonight from 5 to 6 ., at Graham Fund, and the Up Jazz Bands I, II and III will present a concert at 8l5 p in in the University Auditorium. Friday celebrates "Sounds from Around the World," with several performances by student groups of different nationalities. The folow groups will share their music on the ReitzUnlon North Lawn: rt.tol:3Oam, ese perfoners; 11.30 a m to noon, Indian performers, and noon to 12:30 p.m., Spanish performers A storyteller will be at the Plaza of the Americas on Fa rom 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and the University G Choir and Carlsba will prtial a the Plaza of the Anmercas from 11 a.m. to 1 p. A them, eating d t perform", is scheduled from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Friday night showcases the UF Student Woodwind Quintet from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Florida Musemn of Natural History and the Fcriodance om from 8:15 to 9:30 p.m. In the Reitz Union Balloom Celebration 1990 co udes with Saturdays jazz festival, which will be held from 2 to 10 p.m. and features Cold Fusion, the Univerity of North Florida Jazz Ensemble, Bary Sides Blue. Band and Pill Pil. Jordan performs at 6:30 p.m., and Shaffer and the World's Most Dangerous Band apar at 8:30 p.m. Ali concents and events afree and open to the public. Celebration 1990 is sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa, Friends of Celebration and Student Government. For more information, call 39214. AWARD WINERS-Inkum President Robert presented hour UF employes Superior Acapimm Awreds fa Division lof the award program for thie 19119 yea. Fkted a left t W Iabin frelSded Brya, 1ra Harlsuch, Mike DOlom. n-f and 1*l13.r Cal Not played I Betty Wagris. UF Superior Accomplishment Award a Winners Announced For Division 1 Ibur UP meye have received the Supelor ~p hutAward &,r their work divisionr 198!-.I Award winners include Mike Delarenio, associate dirmctor O'Connell Center; Betty igne, administrative assistant, General asel; Water Coker, ph phe Information & PublicAtio See and Wa Hartsuch, executive secretary, University Relations. Each award winner from Division 1, which includes the President's Office, Gmeal Counsel, hfonmation & Pulications Services, University Relations, Government Relatuja. OConel Cter and Internal Audin, received $1M a cerificule and plaque. D awinne automatically become nominees for awards at the Univeffrsity, level. The Superior Accomplishment Awards Program was implemented to recognize employees who exhibit outstanding and meritorious service and who hav directly improved the quality of lle for students and other employees. Camp Recruiters At UF Representailves from -m than 30sunmer camp. In the central and eastern U.S wil visit to talk to students about smmer IF ..ad to 3 m today on teReltz Union Colonnade. SW-~ deM of an m"jo" Inited and talk to the various employers Center abfoal n, Center at 392-1601 THURSDAY, MARCH 8. I9M, AI1JGAmR.7 THIS WEEK CAMP TO DAY MUSIC LECTURERECITAL, ImpressionIsm in Music and Painting" 1ast iaa musc histrnan and pianist nina Raud, 155pm., 120 Music Building FINANCE WORKSHOP, 'Property Rights in Franchise Contracts,' by Uversity of Illinois finance professor Frank Mathewson, 3pm, 223 BRan Hall. BIOTECHNOLOGY SE NAR, TNew Biomatersals Based on Membrane Municy by London's Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine professor Dennis Chapman, 4 p m, C1-17 J Hillis Miller Health Center. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LECTURE, "Thermodynamics of Oyen Ordering in High Tc Superconductors, by Florida Atlantic University physics professor L. Wille, 4 p.m., 237 Chemical En usid RUG A= ES WEEK LECTURE, with UP head football coach Steve Spurrier and Up pass coach John Reaves, 7 p.m., Carleton Auditorium. WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL GAME, Renegades vs. the Gator All-Star, 7 30 p in., O'Connell Center. ACCENT SHOW, comedian and comedy writer A Whitney Brown, 8 p.n, Reitz Union Ballroom FRIDAY COASTAL ENGINEERING SEMINAR, "Gravity Wavel Attenuation Over a Prmus Sea Be by"UF coastal engineering doctoral candidate Zhilhao Cu, :50 p.m, 501 Weil Hall AEROSPACE/MECHANICS LECTURE, 15th Sir Geoffrey Taylor Memonral Lecture by Johns Hopkins University professor emeritus of mechanics James Bell, 'A Retrospect on the Contributions of G I Taylor to the Continuum Physics of Solds, 3 pm, 109 Little Hall UNIVERSITY CHOIR CONCERt, under the direction of Ronald Burrichter, 8+15 p.m, University Auditorium SATURDAY RECREATIONAL SPORTS department certification tests for swunminr wmdsurfm growmgand sailing, noon to 4 p.m., tak Waubur& nine miles south of Up campus on U S 44l call 466-4112 for information SUNDAY MUSEUM LECTURE about NASA sre shuttle missions, by Up astronomer an Durda, 2 p.m., Florida Museum of Natural History. MONDAY GERIATRICS LECTURE SERIES, "RightTo-Die and Living-Will Issues with Geriatr r patients by VA Hospirtal Nuas u~g ome are nit edicliector Dr Nannette Hoffman, 11 a ,n., NHCU Confemnce Room, VA Medical Center. BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR, "Genetics of Cell Wall Degrading Enzymes in Erwins by Unive y of CaliforniaRiverside plant thology professor Noel laen, noon, m Mccarty Hall. WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES LECTURE, "The Red-cockaded Wood"in Court," by Southeaster Natural Center counsel David White, 3:45m., 112 Newins-Z Hall ONAL SCIENCE SEMINAR, NSoluble Fiber Lowars Serum Chdeskrol by Dr. James Anderson, University of Kentucky medicne and clinical nutrition prioieso, 4 pom, R3-265 Health Science Center Academic Research Buildi EARMH DAY 201 SEMINAR, Ar thos Satrinem We r Polution Control Federation president, discussing environmental ethics, 4 p.m. C14 J. Hall. Miller Health Ca SThe Unmvsuity of Florida is a Equal OppodaunitylAfffrnunive Action Iafitution

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GRAPSKI from page 3 orizarirl by our ofit M Piy iu wil MIr Grapski ol I t t die PulN hi, been I IspoMitve and III pirecia Ii i II T i hritt l et ite have herI rt isnibl [Thank Volior vour orsidrauo, iaeld Ore rifd Wednesday lix III alsio wrote a letter and said hi dhitsint thmik tm jicIIvidual like Grapski should be held without bond Osfield said he wrote he letter iIn upitort of (rapski shieldd, letter read, I understarld hal t lharlie is being held without bail and hal he wouldd be i tl. county )ul for in urdltteriint d .unioult of (ime Being held without bail is slome thing I hive ilway, thought w,, let1 prtare*r t rinitialsad fir idived iils who have conirnitutd hietriucs types of crimes I will not lidge what Mr Grapski hiN don lot what I ask is that you re onsider your state oin no bail (rapski was dismissed tromSenate at the end of February for reasons Morgan would not disclose SENATE from page 3 and legal way for all groups to be Oonidered andI to allow circumstances beyond a group oitrlr [i t, considered Student Iudly lreasurereec t David Stern Sad d Wednesday that he is against the way the amendedl statute is written and wants lompkins to take the bIllout ofSenate fora few weeks socan berevised Stern agreed with Berlin that the way the statute is written now, committee members may give in to political pressure and vote to hear a request even when it may not be an absolute necessity Senators also voted against taking Florida Alpha 'reprtoossiIoal Journal Society's $767 60 tunditg request ott of senates Intormnation and lnvestI 1:111 Conmte despite the chairwoman't repIrl that the request was worthwhile Chairwoiian ;r hara HIoward 'aId the committee doesrt have enough members to make quorum, but sh rrviewed the request herself With qeators voting against its removal lr141 onmmtt. the turding request will continue Itast Senators alsopassed on secondreadingtheirad. uate Student Council's funding request for Sl18, the Student Agricultural Council for S1,53, (he Sailing leam for $7,097 and the Sports Club Coma>,r for $6650 III I I I I To ou 't, .'e n Is-l-IT~ & T4 -4 -----I Per C~edit a Onk Iaf THE Mt so4 eastto the first stop in your on-the-job-training is the most important Your chic" of JO Cigarette Pap.r. m-ns yous; picked the finest quality rolling paper *vailabletoday. Only then can you sit back and enjoy soma re.l job satisbetion. with the job that' right for you ROLL WITH THE RESnh" ''. r -------_ *aa ts-sn ] CIGARETTE ID PAPERS -a 3511 ..-w"* :0a -t I .,a, clot PRESCRIPTION LENSES & 5 FRAMES COMPLETE EYEGLASSES FF Now, a Burdines Optical Department, a very special 50% OFF sale that includes all frames and clear plastic lenses, single vision and 28mm bifocals and rinfocals Choose the latest fashion frames, including designer styles SAVE ON CONTACTS, TOO $29 PAIR Boausch & Lomb Sofipin soft contacts, Soft Mote A and 0 S I ONE DAY SERVICE ON MANY PRESCRIPTlONS [ye examinations available Gainnvillio.333-2321 *xt 371 BU dIfS OPTICAL DEPARTMENT AFFORDABLE POWER Comtaiing .*IewCA yoau, +id 4 V' ad conde. PC MI coanlithytheA ,50G.r Idusy s dem" mtry 'nl aouIng aid Iolwa .'. tnqlordtI* pdce A'ho, 'sf The 3 n Igraphes desay Mssq adOper, uS DOS, seil Ippa' or pare and gamepvOs are Je t t haf s-rms siandad fpaiurrs oo to ACer ,3" for n $00 &rulmng atspeedsat8 rm "Cr' Base System Inctud a4771"&18 SyeM CO nII 640KRAlSat d IA VI Gamotpovr Th, CS I WK Tha~d raw Lo Si Pae 2 OEducilinn PIe I Sew Ar 1raio Abt? a OWN, Educational Price $595 XT's $595 shz rhe Acer 5h nda hardware Or home seraI LAN aLJstarrli toO AOr 50 an oxCplorieJ 1 In Poro es I l IP Adoi> n Tom, POP 19 ; 5 sillim M AceR AT's *386 t $817 $2595t \ ifi 2 9 'I Advanced Business Products 2805 NW 6th Streel Gainesville, FL 32609 (904) 372 3268 Available in our 5OwO n w SI Volunteers needed for six-month oral contraception study. ITlAQ[ lIIEMEN [S Good healtlI, ht(weien 18-35 vears, no netdcal problem', with oral Sittra tptive use, must be in Gaiesville arra for next six months I ENI'Fl IS Freeh plivrs.il ''.i pop smear: lbood vIst iibiudhn (lholclterol, sIx miolllh'a ipp ,v of al totrc Itw J" Theimacteric Clinic A i I T d iviL)I i t W Imuirs Medical and Dedgr i& C ner I or iiiihotnatiin cii[ 372 560 AIJI(.11ol 1111 (i%1A ?I, [ OK mxla R@( ;[T O 00 00 r 0 m I

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BRUCE UCBROOM Sean Connery is Marko Ranius, a Russian nuclear submarine captain * 12 The Hunt For Red October Oak, Four WrI, Plaz Ihis movie Is undeniably tin, and mrovlgocr exciting anything more will be sorely disap pointed Despite involving the danger of nuclear war and dCeitful Soviet diplomats, ihe Hi/f Foru Red Qa [ber is resolutely apolitial There is action and little else the captain of 3c Soviet amtus(S~ Connery) ubmarine SOctober, cwy des ig ned pon that' s he Soviets st-strike tapablity Ramius is moved by his ionlSufn to try to defect fe hopes to hand over its secrets to ihe Americans, thereby maintaining the balance of power During the maiden voyage of Red October, his bosses in the Kremlin realwe what Ramus is doing and send out the entire Soviet floet to hunt down and destroy him Naturally, the United States sends out ds fleet as well, unsure of what the hell is going on It's half-inchned to blow Red October out of the water, but CIA analyst lack Ryan (Alec is Ivinced Ramius defi Whatfollowsi ame of cat and m super-p rs s out of each other's way while trying to track down the quietest, most dangerous sub in the world -a sub whose captain is unsure of anyone's motive and desperate to survive DIr,, r John \b I tvrnaor r iishs the ou{nventionls ofthe acfior adventure genrt F1i last movie, rr lard, was a homage to 70s disaster Iisks like The Tolley ing~ inferno It wsas almost satirical inits dtsirtito match themood and method of thos unsturdy epits Here, too, Mcfiernan walks con'dently and surely in th footsteps of those who have gone before Women are grudgingly acknow[edged in a fun'y domestic scone and quickly set aside Men speak to each other the only way they can predictably 'My Cod, you look like hell," says Jack's boss to him at one point, eCLhoing similar lines from countless other movies Then there is a slow, dramatic build-up inaction Events begin to spiral out of control, and suddenly the hunt is on That extended chase scene is the entire reason Red October exists, and it is handled with flair and intelligence Part of this is due to the rich supporting cast, which includes James Earl Jones, Scott Glenn and Sam Neill of Relly Ace of Spies But most of the credit belongs to the lean script and McTiernan's direction Action-adventures promise a good ride and he delivers Isitacontradiction tosay a movie is predictable, corny and not even very good but then heartily recommend you see ItI I don't think so, because I've ust done it BY MICHAEL CILTZ Reach Into Your Heart of Hearts. Give Blood! IT 01 a. Ra,.l si. O.t., 1221 Na t a Sfrne G.a., TlhrSi a '2401 Wel4%6 I. U : U U U U U U N includes: fresh deft meats, choice of bread, salads & soups u/beveragerand one hot specialty itflt each day $1.00 qi1c Now wm.o.s $4.95 $3.95 Soup & Salad OFF COUPON l:00am-2:00pm Monday-Friday Inside Holidlay Inn 9fiUnivenityCener utbak Comner of 3thStreet &University Avenue s oo emms o o o o o ma nn g t Wd MIARCN a, 1990 SUN ON THE ROOF of GAINESVILLE'S BEACH Pool memberships now available. For more information cal the Sales Dept at 1250 W Univ 376-1661 iJobAfl~iU% 4ift university center

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Ihi week, A'PIAUSE wanted to know d to Rmake our new president, John Lombardi, fee I at home on our legendary camp Mariellesaid students sho order I ombardi some stand student fare from all the lo pizza places Seems she he somewhere that Lombardi solutely loves pepperoni piz "Of course, big bucks he'd have to pay for them all Fair enough Tom called with more of a partyin' kind of christening suffer through a hellish APPLAUSE is the weekly entertainment supplement to IFe Independent Florida Alligator editor: denise F. reagan on staffi, steve gililland Jeremy helligar copy editor. dan wine cover art craig baxter at Carleton Auditorium vegetarian lunch That's why he gets paid He wants to make Lomba and taste the Krishn Then Lombardi can party 'til he pu and eventually sleep in it "You know, the basic UF li Tom explained. Wonder whose life he's talking about Tom's party sounds like fun, but ]I's welcoming tivities were so colorful and exciting that he's this wee JP says the best way to make Lombardi feel home is to make him feel like he's a part o f the uni versi t checkered past. First, he wants Lombardi to spend so time living at Holiday Inn (the interim presidential sui while the president's mansion is "under investigation." Then we'll start the Lomba Student Uni not enough, for university presidents with the last name Lombardi. we can burn down his office in Tigert Hall "Burning Down the And if tha while the Tigert staff sin Finally, "while he's walking to his car after the fire, we'd better make sure he's walking with a friend," telling what could happen to him in the dark there. everyone up for spring leave early break. APwants to know what's the best tell your professors break Your creativitycould win you a$5giftcertifiand Zeke Records Hotlne winner JP tries to get a word of welcome n to Pres John Lombardi on the North Lawn Tuesday what you think thle students of U0 1 ho I i c t) 1I 7 o '4 ansen A Go-.o R1 'n Ond (Iri I on n r P iIe Night (4L1) IJA 1 211, r;II uld(1 uld ard cal ard abza the rdi as' kes e," ack's at y's me te) rdi it's ngs APD dent The Baird Center Aleka Attic, The Tone Unknown, N Dolphin, Subject (Sat) Charlie's Lavell (Thurs). Collage Fri, Sat), Jack Briton (Mon Tues), Double Trouble (Wed) 1371-80691 Dub's The Muggle I, co U' La 1"' Ai B Th Sin Agr Bros I0, V and C m y James $o& ,'v 0 TiO 171-hi? 181 Lilhan's (IF vse I he C(at ( Lurs Sat), sunday Night Jam, Monday Night Icmndy Night 1372-100 Market Street Pub Cal pagean (F, Din Davis Trio (Sat) 1377-29271 Napolatono's Gary Gordon (r2 lack and Britton (Sat) 1Ib2-66711 Rtchenbachcr's Rhythm 'N Blues Revue (Fri, Sat), Mr Whoopee (Wed) 1375-1631 The University of Florida jazz Bands If and Ill will present a free pubIt ncert at 8 IS p m Thursday mr Ihe niversity Auditorium Directed by Gary ngford, the program of aI, favorites st Thoma 'ch Ie ought 'A Little Minor Bool' and "I n't No Real Cowboy, I junt Found Thin S' Call 12 0227 for more into rhe University Choir %%ill perform the LrUvdrbv Auditourn, he PrO ifI n k itof by Rol Hour', hler, voIll tlirde oinrch 1 hutys iiim I', (tnt' ( lau~s'ns FTosnno fimes %1,( ray MAulholinds Rkmmbrins es ot II I 'My Love i lke a Red, Red Rose V'trftrmances by choir actompamst Andrew Foote, graduate student diretor Laurie Welt and UF Chamber singer, are part Lo the free concert The Decline of Western Civiliation oil like plate at Tha Chi Friday and Saturday at 8 pin Lida, hards ull a T he Siers l, and the iliraihes Biguui The wS'rd,1,d ILhe (h rirng 1;,1 1,t ,l a5ilIrJ nu njs irel IPlm' (Ilk IT Ii iurT S ,tO oll v \ rv D la rn LUnguserra~i [i, ..-----FOR LUNCH, TRY SONNY'S Enjoy mouth watering pork sliced thin and pied high on garlic bread, served with Sonny s famous barbecue beans and a jumbo soft drink 95 REAL PIT BARB-0 serving iunch and dinner I a mr 9 30 p m (Sun Thu, and 11 d l 100om (F, &sn 3635 S.W. Archer Road U.S. 441 at I-75, Alachua CAKS MALL 10 flik.ast OAK 6~i~ LAST I HAND TO KILLtN MADOUStfE (PC I SKI PATROL PiCiu LITTLE ElRMAD (c) SOCIR AND ri DAILY TAI-LITE SHOW$2.10 OAKS4 WEST 331k B4l IOA 133 8e "18 4" ol or A> rTHE HUNT *0N RED OCTOBER (PC) *ON ON rHE FOURTH OF FULL (a OlIVIo MISS DAISY WP) T0 : K $P B AIWV.EALL 50 FA SM 00e SAmVu.a s4NCAV 4 iCEToas Sloven Seagal "AD in NI S 'V Tm t45 --''Sga~gaa 244S?2g-4S Bett, si LAsT MV SUUA (PG-13) T"Y Civ. Bklers LAST M.Y NIGiff EED (a) rv RobLa. te FIVM AM TO MLQ (ll *i "AD rb r.) IPI FmY s USE FAET? (I Gainesville sharks check out The Alodor for eatin places. PNVSAIII W IE lecture House J3 warned. "There's no Ooooh, I shudder to think of it So do we, JE. Enjoy your prize. Next week's question should wa PLA USE excuse you'll for spring cate from to Hyde would like to thank AAH for inviting us to Aw Shucks! We had a great time Player's Sports Club Nickel Beer Tone 2700 N. Waldo Road 3610 SW. 13th Street SSSap 715 M -p rengr Ldl 312 ?i{)0J Hardback adheringng Lounige on 0,lail

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Jorge Perez peers through the now nearly empty donations box at the Artitorium. He and the gallery's other organizers are desperately trying to maintain one of Gainesville's only venues for uncensored art. PHOTO BY SUZETTE COOK How Poor WeAre By Steve GilliannddeeOO You could smell the culture brewing in the air. Most likely, though, I was just catching a whiffofthe wineflavored breath of this green trenchcoated, rough-throated bum, who was in my face screeching that the band was getting ready to play. He wasn't the first person I expected to see at an art opening, but hell, the wine was free. Of course, the Artitorium, located at 410 NW 13th St. (just 50 paces down the street from another cultural mecca -Krispy Kreme) shatters a lot of preconceived notions about art gallery enthusiasts. The place was abuzz -preppies hanging with street urchins, street urchins hanging with pasty white artsy types. A cross section of American youth The snotty, pseudo-intellectuals running around saying "well, basically" were nowhere to be found at last Saturday's opening of David Burpee's first show, Judith and Other Idols of Perversity, which runs through March 15. On the surface, the gallery appears humble enough Though its teeny facade looks like Atlanta after the fire, the inside is as quaint as quaint can be Wood floors, a fire place, large fishing hooks dangling at eye level. That last thing is just part of Burpee's show. When artists get a show at the Artitorun, they have free reign to decorate the walls, ceiling and floors as they please One thing stays in the gallery at all times, though -the donation box Jorge Perez, an Artitorium supporter with a degree in journalism from UF, spruced up a normal glass box into a makeshift work of art Malleable steel arms jut from its top with dollar signs suspended on their tips When viewed at the right angle, the separated letters on its surface spell out "Donations "Sipping on a can of Busch, Burpee joked later in the evening that people thought it was the coolest thing on display Well, if the Artitornum is going to have any future in Gainesville at all, that donation box had better have a good reception. The Artitorium has run into major financial difficulties, or as Burpee put it, "Yeah, we're desperately poor." The students, artists and supporters, who run the gallery in co-op fashion, hope toalleviate some of the debt they've accrued with a band benefit and art auction this Sunday Beginning at2pm, theartauction includes donated works from Lenny Kes, Wally Wilson and Cuqui Aponte A ponte caused the brouhaha at Leonardo's 706 with her paintings of anatomically correct angels last fall All proceeds and donations will go to keeping the doors open at Gainesville's only student cooperative art center If any students or artists (is there any difference?) want to help out by donating some of their own work, they should get it in by Sunday morning. You can call the gallery at 335-9796 The Charming Bastards, What Anne Likes, Pig Pen and Bumble have graciously agreed to play without fee, all for the good of the arts The artwork will be auctioned off between the band's sets Andrew Freivogel of Bumble attended the opening last week to see his friend'sfirst exhibit Looking for. ward to Sunday's benefit, he says, "Musicians are artists, too, and we'll do anything we can to help out the arts." Perez says past auctions have raised around $300 to $400, and he hopes forat leastithat muchfrom this at the gallery one He is just one of the 15 to 20 Artitoriun supporters who miet every Monday night at 7 to discuN4 the duties and responsibilies that keep the gallery running They do it all, from organizing exhibits to sweeping and repainting podiums which Perez was doing the dav before the opening "It's all a volunteer ba i4," Pert/ says "We're all new and all learning together Our water heater's broken, but the rent is due nonetheless, and we've got like 25 bucks Actualv, it's more like $19 20, according to Greer Summer, a UP senior who helps run the gallery Naturally they're in the process of organizing and thinking up ways to generate revenue In the future, they hope to turn the Left Wing, formerly devoted to displaying artwork dealing with current controversial issues, into a store where artists and students can sell their work, including jewelry and crafts But for now, with their dire straits in mind, they want to rent out the space Perez says it could be used as a studio, and "we may even let them have access to the kitchen, depending on how we like them The Artitonrium, founded in September 1987, has provided a seemmgly open-to-anything forum for local artists to display their work, and this doesn't stop with framed pictures The gallery also features literary readings, coffee houses and an avant-garde movie night Two shows open a month displaying PLEASE SEE PAGE TEN APPLAUSE F IV E

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P". Ji IiM Sid McGinnis, Paul Shatter, Will Lee and Anton Fig will pefr audya h J~nsel u i +tter pLays ii tiont 01 ive TL diidiflk four div. I week Yet ht tes'>ni'rvous about plaing att. 1) B ir'Vjell Sat'irdaiv night I tot dlv ditlerent Fieling hsing on 4 henii you're ilvO, y0U Constantly have the 'udience intertsicd,' PauL said in tiL'phone interview ''Theres xlit uire I gel nervous being on stage, but \Mht with David lnetterman'' is vt ifl iron, of a studio audience, and -the hiome viewers cannot hear or set' '[hi World's Most Dangurous [bidt ntire songs through commer, ial But that's not how mtost people know -nd they Can't do much to change the Cis impression most people have of nt h t work as studio musicians in nto their "late Night" schedule si, nitt much time left fur touring -(4. with ['aul lHehlke; working with ds trit'nds, doing the stuff he likes to it w hich is hamming It up haFpiv to get to talk on TV I hire is (ey rinsed) and Ed (McMahom), but I pot to be in I've done the kind of w hire you read lines, and I prefer iLooks as though he's having tin, ?hi show emanAtes a casua ness and ,,ss ttractive to young audiences Srit errm's to the show s quality, -t K's h'a tr her itb 'eriousiv rcrins'd during the hour ot the 5 e-rvhody wants to il> a goid their bad show, Veiu Si ariintd k uLr't'li br about an hour alterI hV i vet' have to go on I sayhow is bad when it lust 'lays nothing stems itunny But done miimirks a week m iv mike thn' bss'nsitisc Sometimks things in liU but the trs'w treis eth list'i 'i hotw i mis! mlist~iIe' i 1ity to work in a ntar-lhvs tormit s tr''m his tompletev [ye divs in l' Night Lise" He worked with the itit trum 197 to 198( as a writer of mniisi itnaterial and was a ttaturtd m show's fifth -,eason ('no of inr' notable appearances was playing 'or il Murray's lounge bard sketch I> draws a few similarities between >1 and 'Late Night," the most obvious both shows' odd times Paul says a 1ght time slot gave both shows a fighth nce [k when we started 'Saturday Night Sno one stayed home on a Saturday Th' only thing on was reruns of Carr we Just had to do better than the \ with that time slot came a great deal a domn -freedomi that has broadened lerably each year for the shows that take I*nage of \ot of the new talk shows are so old hned They're really interested in that kind of presentation -the stuff we u n of on 'Saturday Night Live [look show ('Late Night') as a sort of calu Lii on of that informality'" ci/let 'SNL' with the original cast and 1rk as a free-lance studio musician for rsIn '82, Dave, familiar with his work m NL," called [Paul about a talk show he ia u ttng together After three meetings it Dave and the producer, Paul was hired Pave maintains that he always wanted me re he start It was the producer that was it' S e tatther or not Dave was sure about Paul, he ''uhts have been spectacular Most coNItt, ' lhi to 'iv in gairnished Lri ['liis tridemir ko it r IH~ so irmmesnt'. H iv* l'i sume so Lnt'griL to t he show that Wiulis sp.'tn F LS utter buurrolstd is popular slang Wha ~,eplt'don'tr ni/ i that Paul doesn t ialk 'hait waiv alt the tume it's parodvi ng h umnself ''Somr people talk tui me mn what they pCr ceive as my language Thtn'r r-alh/e th v're 'doing' me wonder whby people say, 'Pail you re a nuinty guy [hen I rt'ale tht'v rt fa trying me in wav Paul wields the power entrusted to hum rather tarelully lHe rteilizes how potentially dangerous anything said over the holy medium, can be Rtsently, he and Dave' did a sketyh where Dave was adorned with ftve gorgeous models, and Paul was with hus wie and five kids The skit's lokt "as Paul s ohviious enivv of Dave's "freedom "'Ot Lturse, I hid to make 'ur' pttphle undi*rstdod I have no wife or kids Paul says he used tsotakt' more thantes and poke more abtut hi' personal lute But no more ''Now I'm careful not to dit tikes about things that people wtit think art' rtru" But ['aul's not afraid to take his shirt'of rubbing Sometnmts I mught he the butt of a like, but everything is LiLT girmi Siime pieii'L ivy (D)ivs's) is'sas raging orn so bitt it's reillv not prtmtsditatt'd 5om.'timts he 1(nw It tingLy sets humscll up, and I luke to get him 'cause he's the boss Besi des get t ng Pave's goat, Paul g grea test tow is getting to ria'yuith the musi, 'ii guests ile idoh/es .seron i ] ll i neilh a tin' s 1 btitkrng the hb'st mituiins Art'v'igl' 'ail lioesn t hisi ,i Jt't hand mi 'th tung w hu will pliy, the tali'nt dtep artimtnt Ldiis run the names by him to imkt' surt' hit'e spali' ut playing with them One musE, ian Pjul m-idi' .iure he isas i pibli' of nstiimpint ing Iss fames Brown 'We pradtued au good month or so, so we were ready for him We were so into him The World's Most Dangerous Band has been playm rg together for guite a while The newest member, drummer Anton Fig, has been On the show four years They are respected musicians who work hard, taking each guest's records home to learn them 'The artist is usually surprised how well we know their songs, but we do our homework At one point, the band was accompanying three musicians a week That's a lot of songs to learn and it became a bit of a grind Now they average about twoa week Not only do they have to endure a hellbsh schedule, but NBC rewards them with somewhat a ntiquated equipment Paul says it's hard to make live music sound good on television It takes an experienced Sound mran to deal with increasingly sophisticated music "It's not easy You only have one chance If the snare's not loud enough, you have to sneak it up during the song and hope that no one notices Often the band is incorporated into elaborate gags on the show, such as the time bassist Will Lee, guitarist Sid Mccin ni, Anton and Paul all dressed in the familiar David Letterman double-breasted jacket and sneakers -the new band uniform The band is an integral part of the show, from the snippets of songs they play between segments to the special angles introducing regular features Some of those songs are curiously impromptu 'Sometimes it's asurprise when Dave turns irsuur'I inrfi sk 'I>) a, tsr thus elabortunm> luke 1w' i t N them or thi'e 'iws'r yun rh'ims. stlmpus'r usuery \lan, mu w a
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unkmiesters B U M B L E BY JEREMY HELLIGAR "I lust live for a good groove, says Andrew Freivagel, bassist and voialist lor the hard-rnking band Bumble "We exploit the groove, but I think we base enough respect for it Quite an understatement Irom a guy who says he's possessed by SCurtis Mayfield basslines Bumble's list of musical icons reads likea unk dictionary fames Brown, George C inton, Linton Kwese Johnson I nton who' I inton is a musical poet whose sinister grooves Andrew says "sound like impending doom Andrew formed Bumble early last year with drummer Rusty Valentine and guitarist and vocalist Scott Warner The three musicians' influences are as diverse as k d lang, Prince, Miles Davis and Kiss But when the lights go down and all ears are on Bumble, all these Influences comboe, and the band "talks o( Cr a really funky groove," Andrew says Andrewand Rusty havelived in Gainesville since 1986, when they played in the punk band Knuckle Sandwich Andrew still blushesat the thought of his humble punk beginnings "I'm really kind of embarrassed aboutit," hesays "It's reallykind of an immature phase By the spring of 1987, Knuckle Sandwich had dissolved Andrew wanted to tackle issues like racism, but the band's skinhead singer wouldn't hear of it Andrew took some time off to refine his bass, and then began playing with Scott Andrew calls this period of late-night bedroom jam sessions his "woodshed experience Scott introduced Andrew to funk ,and Andrew introduced Scott to reggae While Andrew and Scott were busy perfecting was playing in metal band called Rusty has tond metal-head days their art, Rusty an instrumental Love Your skin memories of his 'It was pretty cool, but we almost ended tipdro ing cath other insane Rusty was into heavy metal, while the band's bassist worshipped new wave Love Your Skin ended up sounding like a weird usitin of her.v me'til and new wave Iron \ituidn meets A Flock of agdl, While still m I ove Your Skin, s. C SUZETTEFCOOK Andrew Frenvogel, Rusty Valentine and Scot Warner will play Sunday at a benefit for the Arttonum; Rusty re teamed with Andrew who h,, orn, luiiln Bum l, w'ith loat Whn ju Blumiibl' I drum mer [('t RrtV plmeCd and tp hand drooiprd its lt name, be '0ming omplx Lumble Al' g I II oi;l it V it ILs to r i bI Iv np Bull, groove 1teTrd scOund Iitslt' h'n lgshis lrumiii t hod is h ,in "At x a Ist i winto beh art hos Iwaint prt'pLI to sa '} r l Iar s rullv hard '1 ho A 1 1 vLLIrOld metalhead that hves in my best and pop o Vit %orv lnc' i n a hiIL, he slvs, p'oinong it) his hest Buirmilc had only prai three imes b tire their first ig Lit a ho1e parcx, opening liO ig Soul Not mcth preparation tur first ti out l'1t llmmrnble likes to lie on the edge 'I don't think we've eer pruI& ted a song mutore thin to IL before playing it in in, rt, AndIrw ,s lisi no~ Lir ,or 0 T Lv4 (, through P rmim> 'ha' [,hrds siirrrsnui ,idt rin th it umbiw h mlcs IHo Isri 1 1 i most O t it, ', )gs ea h t11e these ri pt'rJirmrsdl t ISLL the Icr., t hg I be I Is -1 Land I moD001 L hrnges ALatrding to Andrew atterthL' irt gg, iL) son' could r'allv Cor Mlhikae in opinion ol Iluml Ik The band had no socialist, and th' saxophone and trumpet players made its sound even 1,s-, definable 'Mcit says they wanted to seel if they could carry them us without vocals By Bumbles second gig, opening tor Number Two at a house party, the bond was down to ts current to That gig is when it really happened. Andrew says Vocals were added to the groove, andtoday's iniarnationof Bumble was born, an narnatton ODK & Celebration '90 present. FREE MOVIES Thursday. March 8 THE MALTESE FALCON & CASAB 8:00 pm 10:00 Reitz Union North Lawn CO R vorit Ci: t FILMS SHOWN IN BLACK AND WHITE! LANCA pm ra, Funded by S0 GET SI OF Take I INTO THE 'RING THINGS Your Break 4 al. n A Car From I 1 41d Gator Auto Leasing Special Weekly Rates As Low As $1460 We Rent To 19 Years & -Call For Reservations & Complete Details Up. Gator Auto Leasing 3535 N. Main 372-2561 0 THE L~kAt P40E GAY sH on APPLAUSE N IN E

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CONTINUED FROM PACE FIVE s'haitor ihn artists want lst shows have In, IId, d artwork tron init s ,on death roys and a ''m dr R( fuu where all the work. had b en relt It romn other gallerik 4 \TIVL'odV can plui arnthing op on thts wall, r, r/ 'A s "If thev call it art, it can go tip h ie galeirv prOvides an alternative place to artsts w ho possibly wouldn't be able to show their work anywhere else David Burpere hjv when he got his show scheduled, they didn't esen ask to see it first, he lust had t) pay the fee 'For all they know,' Burpe says, "I would hive exhibited goat hearts nailed to the coal lodging from his work at the gallery now, I osouldn t pit i past hr Is work is olent, 'acrso and macabrv, whoth totally tontrad ts his amiable persorality Many of his works, like ''Doorway to FHeaven," have luit.' an unsettling effect on Ih votwer 'his work combines many diferent mediums, including photographs from a per cernetery, mousetraps, toy revolvers and the focal point -a gaudy portrait of The Last Supper, and another of lesus like one of those nifty Cracker jack priiis, each image is separately visible depending on the angle you look at it Burpee, a 21-year-old former UF art student who grew tired of drawing 101 perspectives of the human hand, says he thinks the Artitorium is great considering all the freedom they give the artists With all this freedom at hand, Perez is surpiLsed More people don't Iplore the spate" at the Arttoriur 'One would think students in the(IUFart department would kind a little nikhe ike this, but they surprisingly haven't,' Perv, says "There's a lack of communication between us and the Up art department A lot of people don't know we're here Laura Lyon, president of the Student Art League, agrees with Pero/ about the Artitoriun's notoriety "It's more underground," she says 'They need to be more informative I think a lot of people would benefit at a co-op like this There's so many artists in Gainesville, it's shamethey don't use it Perez says they're working on it Sounding like a responsible PTA mom, he earnestly shouts, "We've set up Committees (,roups are beirg organed at several UF departments and Santa Fe Community Col. lego to develop a better relationship with Student, At the opening, Dusti Lindblad, a UF senior majoring in art history, stood up for the Artitorium's necessary role in GamesveIle "We really need to keep our organization alive," she says, "because there's really no other place like it We have no censorship here You say it's art, we say it's art When you go to the benefit and auction Sunday, that donation box will be standing in the corner, next to the fireplace Watch out for those fish hooks on your way over, though If you were to poke an eye out, Burpee may get inspired and nail it to the wall Partially funded by SG Food & dnnk specials avaLable' Moves shown daily 11am. pin & 3pM 1 Movietime Cs TEN MARC i 8. T90 IM DOW o. AVAILABLE f SELECTED STORES CL p CASSET .46 SURE SHOT 0 5 G IB A 8 C RICES aoo THEW MARCH 31 TE $ I GTERt D ,) ) r I "~~I "''aNr to COMPACT DISC Buy 'EM AND TRY 'EM PEC S 15 SO SURE YOU RE DING TO LOVE THIS MUSIC. IE GUARANTEE IT F YOU'RE NOT HAPPY RING IT BACK FOR N EXCHANGE O REFUND ALL THE MUSIC, ALL THE MOVIES, ALL THE TIME 50 Storm Througout Florida, including: e 2018 S.W. Street, Gainesville 2339 N.W. 13 Street, Gainesville 144 CLEAN ROOMS POOL -PUB -PIZZA 3 I1I /9( thru 4/2 1/90 6 milcs to BEACH?' 1 2 [ptrsolns $50 security deposit per person usic Fest '90 Thursday, March 8 5-7pm South retrace Pierce Pettis l11rndhamnlbis tiirerdmng A rn v

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main I 36a 41 aa I mlon *A a. Restaurant & OUT ON THE TOWN Entertainment Guide Bob Evans Serving a omplee breakfast, lunch & diner menu Weekdabreakfat n cials just 2 Q5 You won't have to go home to get home cooking' Located off Archer Rd near 1-75, behind theMote 6 Open 6 am to If pm Sun -Th, and 6 am to II no) pm Fn & Sat Charlie's Fine Dining & Spirits I lodit steakf resh watitod Live En'wrtinmen sue o Sat NOCOVER' R,,r nI stn.rsommended 171 sonar Hometown Restaurant comnete breakfals fromi1 55,ireate ?lur own omeleites only $3 2s' I%'ii Muffins Cmirnamon 1iiuits hiked reh lrom scratch every morn ing 1, r lunch we feature theest al id, in 'n ulong wih burger, ht, & "Ild -iriJ h and homramade -oup, & hali A-k i)ur friend, we re thV best ioe in town' Open 7 daa Vk ws n %ig I lomectvle I hnn'r'. Irinm 1311 9 pI Mkat' 1218N Maui kil shopping ( enter 371 2106 Ivey's Avoid the ordinary-For a refreshingly inheent dining experience in a coizy, nnmte acting try break fast, hnch or dinner at Ivev I Crill Etensue breaL list meenu, homemade soups, large tresh Salad, sandwiches and burgers for lunch and dinner Fresh seafood, chickenn and pasta dishes asoat dinner 0, come i for a decadent dessert with esprt or cappucino Beer and wine list Open 7 days a week MC, VISA, AMEX 3301 W Unv Ave 171 4414 J's Restaurant Breakfast house -21 years serving 4(-2 iewryday One bl]cktocarn pus 122i W Uriv Ave Joe's Deli Home if the Iwo-foot Gatortaill Daily lunh specials M F at all locations Campus4thSt ]3thSt Freeeliveril 1', ;37 & 37i-S637 Snuffy's Restaurant and Lounge 1017W UniveraityAve 37&$89 Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour met burgers, steaks, chicken teryaki,. baby back ribs, seafood. salads, sandwiche, and New England clam chowder Relax and enjoy your favorite cocktail in our asuailyelegant lounge Open (M-Thurs), I IIo am-Midnight (Fri & Sat), I1 30 am 2 am (Sun). 6pmI I pm I lappy I jour 17 pm MC, Visa & Am X Woody's Nationally Famous Sandwiches 3458W Urnv Ave I 1/2 s fromcampu Hearty deih-style sandwiches, soup & salads featuring top quality Boonr head coldcuts on specially baked fresh bread served in a relaxed casual atmosphere, conducive to meeting friends, entertaining parents & family or conducting light business transactions Imp & domestic beer, wine MC & VISA accepted Open M cat I1 9 F II t0 & dosed Sun The Mill Bakery, Eatery & Brewery Full lar, fresh brewed beer Celebraron hour 11 7 daily Expanded Pato with live entertainment Thurs & Sat ights Oak, Mall Plaza David's Bar-B-Q Delicious mouth watering Bar B-Q beef, pork & obs & chicken Huge por tions Reasonable Price' Laok for coupon, in Gator (reenbacks Down the road from Sania Fe C ( 121 NW 3uth Ave 371 2g)2 Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q For tasty beef, pork, chicken and nbs, come to Sonny's, for Bar-BQ At Its Besti 11-9 30 (Sun-Tu) & I1 10 (Fri sat) 27W1N Waldo Rd 1610SW 13th St a3;S W Archer Rd US 441 at 175. Alachua J's Restaurant Chnese food delivery, 5-9 pin, lunch S112 30dmner 5-9 pm everyday except Tues night Only a block to campus 122 W Umv Ave Chef 10 yrs exp The Philsophy Store Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W Umv Ave 178-6370 In the tradition of bookstores & coffeehouse. of the 18th & 19th centuries Coumet coffee, by thebean or by thebrew Espresso, Cappuccio, & numerous exotic coffees from the world over Many varieties of tea, too Iuam0pm Mon Sat Skipper's Ice Cream Cafe' "'T7 CALORIE DIET ICE CREAM"? Over 20 original Colombo yogrits at one time Delicious Homemade Ice Cream OAKSMALL PLAZA 331-7547 Toby's Corner A Gaiesvilie tradition continues A warm (ountry Inn setting featuring unique wafid, veal, steaks, fowl and pasta specialities, Tableside flamube' dessert, & coffees Dinner from 5 nightly Lunch from 113 am weekdays Reservations recommended 101 SE 2nd Place 375-7620 MC/VISA ac cepted The Club Cafe Gainesville's healthy alternative Geronus portions prepared with an em phases on low cholesterol & low salt & high fiber All foods are oil free Choose from a vanety of mufins, bagels, soups, salads, pasta, potatoes sandwiches, fresh fruits, yogurt, granola & smoothies Try our new grilled chicken or vegeburger sandwiches Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner Mon-Sun Inside the G'ville Health & FitnessCenter Westgate Regency 3774955 Leonardo's 706 Experience the Renaissance, progressave pastas and fresh fish in an alteria tive atmosphere Offering Thai Chicken, Cajun Shrimp Gorgonzola Alfredo, Shrimp Pesto & California and Chicago Style Pizzas DaVinc's de light Afterwards enjoy homemade desserts. espresso, cappurcio & a terrifc wine list Mark Newman chef 5Th 10 opm & Fri & Sat 5-l pm 706 W Umv Ave 378-2001 Manaro's Since 1955 Some things never change fortunately, your good taste and our consistently delicious Italian food Open7days Dinnerserved from 5pin Ganesville's most popular Italian Restaurant for over 30 years Casual attire welcome Fresh dishes daily including chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & hmoiemade desserts at affordable prices Cocktails, line wines and beer available Only 2 1/2 miles from campus (east on Univ Ave ) 2120 Hawthorne Rd (SR 20) Directions/ Reservations call 372-4690 Ashley's Mexican and American Restaurant Butler Plaza 375-4064 Jumbo Margaritas am our Specaltyi Open 7 days a week Monday thin Saturday 11 am115 am and Sunday from 1 par-1t-5 pm Happy Hour daily 11 am-6 pm DAILY SPECIALS Monday Long Is Iced Tea Iumbos $4 95, Tuesday Sex on the Beach Jumbos $495, Wednesday Jumbo Margantas $425, Thursday al Import Beers 99t Fajlta Combo Dinner for 2 only $7 95 on Monday and Tue,day We accept VISA and MasterCard El Toro Mexican Restaurant 1723 SW 13th 51 Great Mexican Food 7 Days No Brag-Just Fact La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant G ville's newest authentifcMexican restaurant Our family restaurants have been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs Serving daily lunch special, lam 2 30pm&deiiou', dmnerentree s5 10 weekdays& 5 -1030 weekends Come in & give us a try' 7038 NW lth P (between Service Merchandise & Mr Hian's) 332 0878 Market Street Pub Fine handcrafted meats & sausages, imported beer in a evial English Pub atmosphere Located downtown 120 SW Ist Ave 377-2927 Murphy's Pub Daily Specials Left Sandwiches & Ice cold beer, Billiards, Darts and Video games H appy f[our 4-7 Daily Mom -Thr I I a12pm Fri -Sat 1 lamlam Sun Ipm-lflpn 5112 NW 34th St across from the YMCA pool 372-4751 Red Lion Tavern & Grill GUESSWHAT7 Wetinallyhave some pretty good chow& our beerfinallygot cold But bartender is still grouchy Crl open 12-12 2413 SW l3th St 3786320 Shelley's Tavern Dancing Barmaids Now open at [tam for lunch Pool Tournament every Wed Daily Specials 69( SW Archer Rd TWELVE MARCH. 1990 Blue Crab Seafood Restaurant 418 NW 8ih Ave 372-8363 Frest seafood al its best Daily lunch specials startigat $295&daily dinner special. at $4 95 featuring gatortail, palm salad & floed cocktail fingers. Free mulle dip with every meal Capt'n Louie's Galley On special this week -grilled dolphin 695 Includes salad bar, potato & hush puppies 309 N W 13th across from Krispy Krome Purple Porpoise Oyster Pub 1728W Univ Ave Happy Hour4-7pm M-F Oyster Happy Hour 2-4pm daily and 7-close Monday Night Drink spedais every night Lunch spectals I lam2pm Thunday 8-10 Coope Light 25t and $2 pitchers La Concha The flavor of Key West right here in Gatnesville Spanish and Latin American Cuisine M-F Ilam-S 30pm, 42 W NewberryRd PlanaWest37B-4 2 Great Steaks Beef & Spirits For the best steaks and prime rib in Cainesvilie You cook over a hickory charcoal grill or our chef will prepare your dinner Chicken & Seafood too! Open daily 5-10 2 for I well dnnks & dollar drafty from 5-7 p m 6-pound challenge 23105W 13th St 373-4301 Tim's Thai Restaurant brings you ent ''Open MC, AMX, 5424 the 'Best Blend of the OnMon-Sat. Closed Sun Visa, 501 N W 23rd Ave 372For Information Regarding Out On The Town, Contact Lynn Spinello 376-4482

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College* Park Properties 371-7777 3 I6 11 2 280 $249 STUDIO $19 110 yNW 15 St (I ble to Uf) 1222 NW S At College Park Properties 411 NW I Sti St 371-7777 346 11 2 I bd walk-in cost Village West Apis 00 NW 18 Av (take 9 St N from 18 Av) 3717777 371 0251 Now or fall 3-16 11 2 Huge 2bdr/lba House 2 blks To UF Cent air/hi parkay wood floors. remodeled Im miediee Occupancy $300/mo 373-8022 3 9 5-2 Available now SW 2bdr screen porch washidry coming fans, cant heal/air near bus, $375 373-0701 3 16 7 2 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Sublet Mar Apr Renewable The Woods, close to UF on SW 1BR. IBA, Furnl I pool $247/mo reie 336 8036, 372-2875 3 8-5 4 2 bdr/lba Apt carpeted. lenced yd for pets avail 3/1 $220/mo in SW area Key management 372-3010 (9 5pm) 482-7299 after 6pm 3-12-6-4 Spacious 1bd/lba Living, east-in kItchen, dishwasher, caring Pan, walk-in closet, pool, tennis and b-ball court, close to uF $299/mo 335-4346 or 376 6741 no de posit necessary 3-9 5 4 Save 8100/mo at Oakbrookl New phase. nice 2bdr2ba, ful Turn, w/d micro Have own room for only $290/mo Take ove, lease Thou Aug Great dealt 33S-2865 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT_ 2bdtfba apt Camelot Great locioni Unfurn $425/mo Sublet ru Aug avail now free March and AprIll Call 374-6576 3-13-5-4 LAKEWOOD VILLAS sublease for summar, option for fall 2 1/2 bdr2ba $490/mo 335-4217 3-26-10-4 2 bd Iwnhs avail Pmmed 5217/mO + 1/2 til Call Janice ASAP 375-2832 This month Irca 3-145-4 5 ROOMMATES Finale 10 share 2bdr/2b Townhouse in SW Area. fully fiurnshed. washie/dryer $225/me a 1/2 upli Catl Gwynn at 33S8273 3-9.10.5 Room in Forest of ihe Unicorn townhouse for F, pool. sauna, all amenities mi $250/mo A 112 Ol 373-S554 3-13-10SRockwood Villas, A/F rmt to share 3bd/3ba condo, $2501m, 112 util, wash/dry. aecurty system. many extras. Kelly 335-8359 312-7-5 MtF rmmt needed for 2bd apacious apt Lots of exTrast Piccadilly Apts 1210 + 1/2 utl Call Richard at 335-5584 3-0-6-S Female to share 2br/2bs house In NW $250imo + 1/2 ulif turn, cabl. washer/dryer, nice area cali Randy at 377-2537 leave msg 3-12 6.5 Bicycle Club Furnished Own room and bath $225/mo 1V2 Pul Need ASAP Call Barbara at 336-0417 or a m.ss 3 F N/S for own bdrba at Rocky Point ApRT fully furtA except bdr Avail May 8 5209'mo & 1/2 Pull 336-3910 LV MSG 3-26-10 5 Great Deal Spacious Apt Own bdr/ba, Swimming Pool, Tennis. Club House Pets ok $250/mo NO DEP Call 372-4683 Keep Tryingl 3-8-3-6 F, N/S AmmI for summer 2 bds avail 3bd/2ba apt Regency Oaks Matter (UnTurn) $190 2nd bd (turn) 8175 Opt for Fall 37S-6250 3-12-5-5 3rd AVe NW 15 Si, MF share 2bd/1ba api, $137 Sp/mo A 1/2 ollh 375-7997, Ouyang 3-13-S-5 URGENTI rmmie needed -own room/bath, share uhilities. $175/mo Mleg Call 37-4824 3-13-S-5 U, 05*8 stymu -No COON", BRG Wal' W A 4GC PIOn CM A" Aan HO, Wif INASWTVMA.fOOSVt L? IA OV"I Eu wwr to a ma mt gy AN' S ALA. led OANPW e VMIA ROOMMATES Female n/as engineering student looking lor same/simlar a share a house/ap for Fall 90 Call Anne a 335 6723 3 13-5 5 Room for rent in 2bd apt ClosetoU.l urn or unfurri 140m,,ttl +2 jtil May thru 7 Only 4mnttI ease Call 335-0589 until 12pm 3 9-2-5 LAURELS M/F AS SHR 280RM 1/2 RENT 1/2 UTILS CALL 330-7522 LEAVE MSG 3-12-3-5 Rmmi Wanted M/F SjNBSohn BdrBa For morse into call Lies at 335 455 or 3785397 3-14-S-5 OWN ROOM, Mobile I WF, N/S, Per ok, fenced yd. Wash/dry. 4 5 miles to UF, call Erik at 376-0570, $135/mo 3-12-3-5 Nonamk mf needed to share 2brm I blh apt Walking distance to campus Own bedroom $165 mnonth+/2utilities Call 376-123 or details 3-14-5-5 MF N/S own room In 4/2 house 8160/mo + 1/4 Util is ok Call 378 5572 iv mg 3-12-3-5 Summer and/or fall A spring r/a rmmt to, own turn bd/ba in Rockwood Villas $250 + 1/3 uil C.O1 Pam 335-4460 3-14--5 6 FOR SALE Alpine. Kenwood. Sony and 30 more brands are all at our New Locetioni Car Stereo Specialists 3245 NW 13 Si 3722070 4-30-75-8 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldsat. best and lowest priced car saero tore in town 372-2010, 2201 NW 13 SI 4-30-75-6 Nishik, Presige 10 speed bike, 2yrs old lea. than 200 miles, Musi Sell asking $375. call Tim at 334 4502 3-8-5 6 SPRING BREAK-R/T Airfar. phia from Tampa Mat 21-25 s0s, 3.-S. to Phiiadl $158 752ii Bu an An( arvrd lltrgr ring Your basic, quasi-fashion, funky, fun, crazy, zany, natural fiber sportswear and assorted goodies store for men and women. 1025 W. 336Alligator rsssssAdvertisins 3 76 4518 a full Ufctsnw darranl And Arcited ofrm a meni lrta"c rI, fen nd Arn arrd r. Iumrns,,nkwih gUd nilgs arc traFtd o t ckkmd ufqualim Pop tan put clock ito ahAru ,arrd tllcgr rit lolsoftlapelone. 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IIIURSTDAY. MARL.H 8. Ih. lG;AVIH, I I 19S Automotive, Inc. 10% OFF Parts and Labor to all students and Shands employees on paint and body work or mechanical repairs. foreign & Domestic Truck & Auto Repairs Expert Body Repair & Custom Painting 1220 S. Main St. 377-8100 'TUTEN'S goes the extra rmle SPEND YOUR SUMMER IN MAINEr A BOYS' CAMP ON LONG LAKE NAPLES, MAINE June 15th thru August 18th COUNSELOR POSITIONS AVAILABLE Baseball Swimming (WSI) Backpacking I Basketball Sailng Rockclumbzng Soccer SCUBA Bicycling Tennis Canoeing Wb. Water Canoeing Street Hockey Watersking Ropes Course Instr Lacrosse Fine Arts Nature Study Archery Ceramics Head Dramatics Riflery Crafts Piano Accompanist General Journalism Instrumentalist Secretary Woodworking Radio & Electronics Photography Weight Training CAMPUS INTERVIEW Meet Takajo's Director on March 7th at the Colonnades from 9a,-4pm. on March 8th at CAMP PLACEMENT DAY in the Gallery, 2nd Floor of ReIz Union, 10am-3pm OR WRITE OR CALL; CAMP TAKAJO 496 LaGuardia Place Suite 381 New York, NY 10012 212-979-0606 A Stars & Stripes Salute from The VMI Glee Club of the foremost college choral groups in the South display its wide repertoire of both serious & popular music. The Virginia Military Institute is a four year, state supported military college for men pursuing undergraduate-degree programs in engineering, science, and the arts. Monday, March 12th at University Auditorium :15 pm, free & open to the public FOR SALE T Games Special FOR SALE TE Rockford, Foogat., Yamahs. Pioneer. Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm The Beal Car Static 6netmile,. In I0n Car Specae to Go 375-1634 4 30 I5 6 CAR ALARMS installed remote (n-Orol any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Cali336 9193 sluden, l message 4 30 72 6 CarA'I'. Autopage, Chapman Home and Car St roe Pioneer, Savrnul Sh:r; 373-37114 4 30 69 5 MICRO CE NTE r Computers 376 1146 Editor a choice CompuAdd Notthgale A H P Price same or lower Than mail older Systems below include 1mb 40mb (2m graphics monilr MC 286112 $1195 Packrd Bell $1295. M bilsl $1405, Norbgam 39'20 12399 PH 286 taloop *1 nd A battery $1999 CompuAdd S10 w 20mb 4 graph its monior $970 1 & 3 year warrantes Onsitewarranles PanaSonic 180 prinIer $IRS HP LaserJet ip $1049 4710SW 341,51 li3nSWUniv Ave 430656 MUST SELLI Sherwood 140w amp, JVC 100w amp, MGT elec crossover 2 10woofers cust spkr box min, truck kingcb everything cheap 371 6704 3 9 I 7 6 FUTON 8 FRAME SALE From only $200 per set Call Mat 377 5650 Cassidy Furniture A Appliance CGifts Genera' Merchandipse New A Uisdl Buy A Sell 534 SW 4 Ave 31) pop5 Round[rip Ticke from G v, Ile 'o Cha iony NC $150 Mar 16 23 Cat Ke Iy 373 4187 3 9 H 6 (including TOP TEN) Orders (almost anything you wantt) FOR SALE COMPUTER Magrovox 286 12 Mh 40MB (?28m Hard Drive IMB RAM lepand to 4Ma) 3 5 1 44mb Floppy Drive 14 VGA Color Monitor 31 dot pich) 16 bi VGA switch able video card MS DOS 4 01 GWasc DOS Tutoual, 1 yr warranty $1589 PANASONIC 1124 oer Qujalty Print"r 2 yro*arranyThi printer, $305 WORD PERFECT 5.1 Latest Plll version students and rcu''y only $135 [rii tablo w drop sides Inc. 4 stred cha rs $200 4 piece an t.o w cus'nions $200 326 898 1 '3 UpPo' rten 6 rtige lul size manual defrost works great augar at $50 obo 311 0306 Ten speed real cheap $20 OO 3 135 6 Dnn [able A Bchairs$80 Couch and love chair $60 Corfeetable $25 Tabin tan $5 392 7923 after 5pm 335 62, / 3 9 3 6 I T Diamond Rme Diamond is good qual Ity Have Diamonncerucate and recipe Paid $1 795 P*i lake$1000 CalJay 33b 11777 3 1456 FOR SALE Cator Nationals Drag Race Tickets 3 reserved seats wih Olt passes Sat Mar 17 545 ca 395 7227 3 13 5 6 5 4T AC surfboard w/ leash exceient for beginners $100 obo 10 months tel on G vale Haph h A Findss ST70 Alpine EQ *i Crossovers band $50 395 7877 3 14 SO6 // Superior RfNT*-CAR 372-7277 Rent a car from $69 Lowest Rates Guaranteed 106%DISCOUNT FREE PICK-UPS We arm Pkam d to Announce that We Oler f el nsidettax Tenmlna at the Galnnvill It Airpot w0 S 865-221 ST PETEI.R AIRPORT (inge Torrmai) SARASOTAAIRPORT (ind T mnt FT YERS 28 NaTonlo iFrer I (MFO 237-41N Cu Til TFlat (M) 55-44 22 a Computer Apple ifF inlI0e, ouriy ornie, exc cond $550 080 33' 893 19 5 6 KFNWOOD 50 wao ISter[O rack syrettf [Uner, amp phono 14 band eq I sped dub db' casselte dock $450 37' 312/ Ken 3 12 5 6 3 Tickets for sold oil Paul McCariney Co''cern Tampa Good Sers In, pol Call Jl at 395 9690 3q 4 1, SPEAKERS FOR SALE Da4 125 WaTo 12i1n driver 3 way poly poropyen cones dt 'g Pul ready JIM 20a 020 call 335 9517 1 9 3 6 Apple Macintosh SE ?0mog nar dried HP deskjet prInter $3200 Negotiable Call Kevi 33541?, 3 1 5 6 MOVING MUST SE I I ( Shapt couco wipull out bed coffee 'ble A 2 end [a bres onkyo st re rrs tape deck 2 iunch 12-woolers Cai 3/8 36IT 3 83 K[H 200 AM -M srun'o clock rdO $125 Ra.eigh man s mountain b ke 25' trame 2/ wheels emiras $200 RIM $eloc in I r ernier I? our, doic rbbon d for r1? 75 338 1 109 A' 5 6 ELITE #335-1300 Feeling Depressed? 4 Anxious? 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lIURLSlAY. MAK AN 149. ALLIGATORS, I 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Thfmpendent Florida Alligator Must own ,i able van or pick up truck and be avail rwe from Sam until spin Monday Through I day MuSI have icelient driving Ao ord and valid Florida driver license Pay ver route plus milege Apply at The Alli garor 0offee 1105 Wool University Averi Ask for the route driver application No cells pleas. Affirmative AclioanEqual Opportunity Employer AVON 375 8967 Sell Avon Full or Parttime We Train aenetile n.uranca 4-30-7513 EARN $35 This weak for now donors for 2 plasma donations on our new automated ma chines Special bonus programs each month free refreshments, Free parking E uparienced staff serving you since 1969 Cai or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 SW 4th Ave 370 0431 Mon-Fr 8-1 Set 8-2 4 307313 NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER CAMPS-MASS Counselor Poslliona for program epectiosa Team Sports. Ten niS Performing Arts. Waterfront Inquire Mar Kea Nac(By 190 Londen Ave. Glen Ridge NJ 07028 Danbe.(girls) 16 Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045 Please call 1 800-776-0520 4-16-48-13 UNDER NEW MOPE SALES A *MOTOR CROSS *MOPEDS -JE SAME DAY SERV 9AM5P 90410% DISCOUN HELP WANTED COME TO NEW HAMPSHIP Acr he ine iro Outstanding brotherisistor spOrts camps on 22m, Iae near 'On Golden Pond i'te sAksstaff Ai trans Pd Intel views avail rHobndei Ois) 215 884 3326 Winakee boys) 914 r8 1833 3-8 18 13 Need volunteers lof a 2 week sdy Ofr now psoriasis medical on 331 537 4 30 47 13 Summer Jobs-Camp Takago Boys Camp In Maine Counselor poselIons available A great way o spend the Suam.al Cell todely-CoscI' Chetin, 392-0581 or come by 214 Florida Gym 386 13 Par-ilm. teachg aidtossistafternoon ermrchm nt program at United Church Wednesdays 12 30-300 372 4615 3 8 5-13 CAMP GREENVILLE located in the Blue lidgeMtins is lookingforFM counselors For more information, call Rob., 3353517 3-8 5-13 Recreatior supervisors, camp counsetorS and Specialist needed for summer racre aldon program T/ts-83 Apply a, CiTy at Plantation 400 NW 73 Avenue Planla tIn, FL 3 9-5-13 MANAGEMENT D CITY ND SERVICE )MOTOR SCOOTERS *MOTOR CYCLES I T SKIS I ICE IN MOST CASES M MON-SAT | 378-5735 f WITH THIS AD .--_-p 4) LT If you've set your sights on law school there's in beltr LA!I preparation than Stanley H Kaplan Our iAr prep will open your eyes with store -raling fritegIe and beh niqucs W ii help you marer every hing From Analkiita ReasonIng its Readig Comprehension Our passes are hive -and lively, All our LIN and ,tuds material i based on the new" LSAT And yid can review lessons pmi get additional help as needed in our lEST NTAPE lab open JaIN evenings and weekends For your contenientC Vitt our Center today and ee Ior yourse L And watch the sales tip in your favor STANLEY H. KAPlAN Take Kaplan OrTakeYoorChances Classes Forming Now For June 11, LSAT Call 377014 409 SW 2nd Ave For otherIocaois call 800-KA.tfEST TaLS ILSA HELP WANTED Shands Hospital at The University oF lor ida has the loIoDing part int positions auail *Searorary loom 5pm M F) requires 4 CWPM lyoo secretarial exponerope word Processing and data ertry experiereo *Receptionist Sam Tpm M F) en1d (12 3Opm 5pm M F) requires 35 CWPM I yr socreotanalclerrcal expeirnco as Weli am O, cellen phone skil[i and ability to deal w/pubbc Please specify which poltion interested in when applying Applicalionresume may be sub by Wed Mar 7, 1990 To Anna Capiranno Shands Hospital St The University of Florida Box J-347 Gainesvilte, FL 32610 EOE LOOKING FOR A SUPER 'SPLASHTACULAR' SUMMER JOB7 Summer Waves Walerpark on beautifully Jekyll Island Ga has seasonal openings in The lollowinO areas cerlitled lire guards food service, merchandising ad missions guest Sarrces, rentals. administration, maintenance and park services triternshrps available Housing available for nonlocal residents March interviews now being scheduled for these fun, summer Obsill Call us lor your Spring Break Interdw non it iss otill For complete info, pick up an application and brochure at your college placement office, or Call 912-635-2074 Deadline for application April 1Si 3-18-5-13 LOVE KIDS'NEEDA JOB' YMCA Camp rronaol Daytona Beach hasopportuni ties for Camp Coui avors Program Spe Cralists See you at Camp Job Far March 8 at JWRU Collonade 3-8-3 13 JC PENNY Oaks Mall Earn quick money' We need sludenta to procure quahiy charge applications Each completed Bpr p1ication is worth $2 50 Please con tact the personnel manager Mon-Fri 9 10 5 Oh 331 2222 EOE M'F 3 9 5 13 Arby's Roast Beef Now accepting appi catlons for lull and part-lime help Apply at Arbys Roast Beef 1405 SW 3 Ste No Phone Calls Pleaser 3t 5-13 Publicity Assistants needed for Hoc Sports Dept Great experience For PR major' Come by fm 214 FL Gym or call 392-0581 3 12 5-13 Publicity Director needed for Rec Sport Dept Great E experience for PR maorl Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call 3O2 OSSl 3 12 5 13 PR Position -Iyou are. mascormmunications grad or soon to be grad, *end resume to Ocala Jai Alal PO Box 548, Orange Lake. FL 32681 No Phone Calls Please 3-15-7-13 Electrithan helper needed for *0-weak pe reod in Gvilla ar.s Must have experience in commorclal. including conduit in wire Call 1-800-330 8704 ask for Bob 3-13S 13 Did You Know? by Temurr In gwnl, thera ale no reIc w on Interest rated for lons whkh may be dwgd copena ury knws do however, apply to loans madl to Indiduals What do you suppose happens if Vae lender requIres the president of a corporation to sign as both president and ast an Individual "c0vrn h but the w0a*r0c a,. night wr good AN e hN" d Mg moadse --e dtwn eneg Mt' lm oss obeth." -Dyen Edwantg, fnrw ,weog ia n809 IM Ahdg.d ntr-9en1WIa prbty hat ty, he hi, dent yu t? 1 a ladw flg 04 a Isy1 a cv core en fte I-pw Shorit landlord ma be helsd lae W any 0*' Wd -tena si Toi K. 0@ Anton.7 Criainul Defint* DI Cn&III41Ft 3mi0 (OK~ 375.44 HELP WANTED EARN BIG $$$ PART TIME rI3 FRt also ?4 t message 1 -S ATTENTION POST GRADUATES EARN TOP $$1 T-e CapeCanaveral Think Tark needs 200 outstandirng graduate students in oil academic ielus lor par Time Think tak operaions the imaginative and innovative individual should apply Send transcript CPA photo and short btro w sarts to CCT P 0 Box 5952. 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SAT, UNTIL 3 1TSTUDENT GOVERNMENT Is now accepting applications for E .-1 Assistant Cabinet Directors and staff Supervisor of Elections Qualifications: 1) Must have served on Elections Commission; or 2) Served as an Assistant Supervisor a 3 Election Commissioners to oversee Student Body Elections Assistant Treasurer Apply: 305 I Wayne Rein Union Deadline: Friday, March 9 STUDENTS WITH DIABETES! Student Health Service is sponsoring a DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP Come Jon Us! E*y yourl et othr students who .br your sita'tio', talk about emma, probi.m., .n updated &frbatis newl, and pass on hIlpfti varitions. March l3th Room 201 Call 392-1161 ext. 208 for other information A* a. w vrd $1495/Do 3&

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BATOU BASEBALL it. GATORS vs. FLORIDA STATE DOUBLE HEADER Thursday, March 8th, 7 00 p m Also Fnday, March 9th, 5:30 p.m. McKethan Stadium-Perry Field Tickets Still Available Reserved: $5.00 Adults: $3.00 Stnvl rml ) Qiulalied 'Itnlin' (ir Iiir p;ma t).faui .id ,i' d an I $8.01 fior t6o puwlhalof an lilM lirmmal S.teni/2* 1111. u1r-'ulp epili option nnpa-s it iM two, us al iig hor a I.ndk r-ant. iy fir "uilr IS/2 in etay liitui. lae Isw eWar to, n.pa hn-o tnn Iwom pait lan sieiid ard (levi1) ir Gnaiit.Lik. awp r.4368 u Wlu liit. $SXI32 anunml*fira I'S/2M ;, l M % wnloa with mooir. Hee lthe simn~ir ,iVai joi lips' ilk li" Wit-i, lo Ilp' l'S'2 w.' neprd.spipai "porionii Ks nil lit fw al" '1 illa ein r ll 1 p NhelMi1e01111 nikilliae at I (*11) 6iI-mIfl Viet lo nssgvit rappstpi i Mma DemonrIea Rossi n in the cloossor #Wm agh. tIN"g Thndwa, Ross k fr-a s soIRA= w SZ l*~ 211 '90! C THURSDAYY, MARCH 8& 19M, AllIGAOR, Is Baseball team plays host to FSU After losing two games to Miami last weekend, the UF baseball team begins a pivotal four-game homeand-away seneswithEoridaStatetonightat7atPerry Field. If UF (8-7) continues to leave runner, in scoring position, its record may dip below .500. In their last three losses, the Gators have scored only seven runs on 24 hits A ROUND SPORTS The Seminoles (16-2) are ranked second in the nation, but UF has dominated the sees lately 'he Gators have won seven out of the last nine games against FSU, and have not lost to the Seminoles at Perry Field since 1986. To extend the home streak, UF will have to beat undefeated FSU ace Gar Fnnvold, who is scheduled to pitch today. Cord Corbitt (2-1. 4.15 ERA), who split his two starts against Miami, likely will open for the Gators. Mike Moberg leads the Gators' starters in hitting with a 357 batting average, and Joe Russo paces the team in RRI with 13 UF and FSUJ set a single-game and two-day Perry Field attendance record when they played last year. attracting 4,305 fans to the opener and 8,526 to the series. Golfers on the road If the second-ranked UF men's golf team wants to beat top-ranked Oklahoma State this year, this weekend will be its last chance to do it on a neutral course before the NCAA Championships in June The team of Chris DiMarco, Pat Bates, Dudley Hart, Chris Toulson and Kevin Hammer will play against 10 of the nation's top 20 teams at the Golf Digest Intercollegiate today through Sunday Among the competitors are No I Oklahoma State, No 3 Arizona State, No. 4 Arizona and No 5 louisiana State. Oklahoma State is the only team UF has iot beaten this year. Alligator cantrnbted writers Guery Smith and Jeff Moriarty to this report. Who has the lowest prices on Art Supplies? 4 G Ar ja 0% OFF rumbacher list's Paints tar efConi Academy Water lors Hyplar AcrylIcs IIUL With Chessut's EVERYDAY discounts yos can always afford to plryd Znn Downtor Butler Plaza Marked PaIce Westgat. 372.421 3744812 37827 378The Fastest Way to Visit the Infirmary??? Make An Appointment! By Scheduling Physician Appointments ahead of time you won't have to wait Physicians Are: R. Berry, M.D. C. Eddeiton, M.D. A. Grooms, M.D. A. Maun, M.D. E. Collante, M.D. R. Shaara, M.D. J. Jernigan, M.D. Student Health Service flor sup infomation call 392-1161 orm Irnput slYJMI of 73M 17-under: $1.00 UF Students. Free with I.D. DON'T JUST HANG AROUND. DONATE BLOOD! F U all. R h.dpem ju. Ca.s ctN.W. i ser. 0'aional, 1h i io msos IBM announces an enhancement to the PS/2. A hifh-speed oan. boi 11 you like L Ani-r i oum n rupli lolmml m.emimi whii 1I Vl d 4 19h4al I nxii. N ul ~ so il lip HIM IN/2 ii for I.earnmlp"I a, a lis .%nd 'Ii i inhi.le $6) ; ahltM i firnlt inu's aniy.i-ri a i, I.w-r than lis i i o t u11,41ui4'r til Ju ,t 1.5%1l i sn l ow riiu tal. (j, silI Il juell il /il lit

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