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I Lombardi sets sights on colorblind campus I

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Q This is the final article in a 5-part series close the race was, but to those 20 or so aggerated the situation, but he doesn't sug- UF officials have tried to make it easier.
examining,; the issues facing President John students, it was just another example of the gest problems are nonexistant. When he Last month, UF police set up a student
Lombardi as he leads UF into a new way things work at UF. became UF's ninth president Monday, advisory committee to suggest programs to
decade. Whether UF deserves it, black students Lombardi warned everyone not to expectsay improve relations between officers and
By GEOFF BOUCHER it has been tagged as a"good any "quick-fix solutions" to historic blacks. In November, the Quality of Life
Alligator Staff WriterIt ol' boy" institution, a reputation maladies. Task Force was created to examine issues
that hasn't been helped by tense "There have been racial issues facing black and Hispanic students.
wasn't the best of introductions. campus race relations the last of conflict since the beginning of Lombardi spent his second afternoon on
When state officials met in the O'Connell two semesters. l 1 l time," Lombardi, 47, said. "In the campus with the task force and told the
Center four months ago to select a new UF The media pulled UF into the Gr. 1950s and 60s the issue of the day group UF has to make brisk minority re-
president, a group of black students gath- spotlight when a student faction was providing legislation to estab- cruitment and Affirmative Action top prior-
ered among reporters to hear the decision. proposed forming a white rights lish equal access. That's why
When the announcement finally came, they group, an idea that came on the there were marches in the South ities.He also agreed with a task force proposalto
threw up their hands, rolled their eyes and heels of months of complaints and sit-ins in the North. start a cultural relations course.A similar
shook their heads. Some even booed. from blacks who say they encounter hostil- "Now we've had a whole generation grow class will be reality at Florida State Univer-
John Lombardi,a white man,had beat out ity from white students and harassment up under that legislation, and we look sity next year when undergraduate studentswill
the other finalist, Marguerite Ross Barnett, from UF police. around and say'Hey,we still have a lot more be required to take three credit hourssee
a black woman. UF officials were quick to Lombardi, former provost of The Johns to do,'"he said. "We realize it's not as easy Tension, 5
praise both candidates and remark how Hopkins University, says reporters have exto solve as we hoped." page


Chlorinegas




leaks ;



roads closeBy



MIKE BRUSCELL
Alligator Writer

About a pound of chlorine gas leaked froma
storage tank at UFs sewage treatment plant
Thursday afternoon, forcing UF police to
close portions of Museum Road and North- j4
South Drive for about 15 minutes. 1

Although Gainesville Fire-Rescue workers
determined the leak was not dangerous, em-
ployees were evacuated while the Hazardous '
Material unit replaced a broken valve, GFR
Lt. Brian Jones said. No injuries were re- 00R
ported.

Sewage plant workers discovered the leak
shortly before 3 p.m.after receiving the 1-ton
chlorine tank earlier in the day UF police
spokesman Brett Hodgson said. As workers
hooked the tank up to the plant's sewage ISO
treatment system, a detection device indi- W J1
cated chlorine was leaking into the air. Plant .. .
workers called GFR at about 3 p.m. to repairit. Y :F.fi.. ,W<< U\F j,. lP tTlrr-W', ; '' .* ., ".
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U ZETIE, COOK -ALUoAfOR
Hanging I aroundFor
Physical Plant associate director Richard UF junior Todd Petrey, finding a place to study or relax between classes is easy he just ties his portable I ICandidates
Boe said the leak was the first that size at
UFs sewage plant, but added it probably hammock to a nearby tree or fence.
wasn't the first ever.

"I imagine when we change tanks, some- differ crime solutions IQ
on
times there is a little in the air,"he said."Not
often, but it does happen."
This is the first in a 3-part series Willis was shot and killed behinda only here but all around America,
Even in amounts as small a pound, the examining the problems facing Gainesvilleand UF fraternity house. is personal security," said Tom
heavier-than-air, poisonous gas can linger, how the candidates for two city Who's next? Who knows. But McKnew,a realtor who's runningfor
burning the lungs, eyes and! skin, UF chem- commission seats would handle them. many students worry that they or the District 3 seat.
istry Professor Emeritus Charles Reid said. their friends will become victimsof McKnew said that, if elected,
However, weather conditions such as wind By BLAKE FONTENAY a crime. he'd call everyone from his dis-
and rain affect the gas' spread, he said. Alligator WriterIn Next Tuesday,voters will elect trict who filed such complaintsand

Boe said although the gas dispersed into February 1989, UF junior Tiffany Ses- two new city commissioners ask them if they felt the
the air, if more of it had leaked into a closed sions disappeared while walking near her and the six candidates for thosecommission MARCH 13 police department handled those
area, the results could have been harmful."If southwest Gainesville apartment complex.No seats have different complaints properly. Then he
about how make the safer.
ideas to city _
one has seen Sessions since.
it's confined it wouldn't
a very space
see Crime, page 10
take a large amount to be serious,"Boe said. Seven weeks ago, UF graduate Ronald "The big issue in everybody's mind, not -

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.2.ALLIGATOR,FRIDAY.MARCH! 9.1990WHAT'S
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. HAPPENINGSASA Volunteers needed for sixmonthoral

: Tom Erdman will discusshis Reitz Union Room 346 for a meetingof University Centre Hotel University contraception study.
forestry work in Mali and Rwanda prayer and praise. Call 376-3167. Room. Call Nicole Gottlieb, 336-
with the Students In African Beauty:Anyone interested in par 8859.
Studies Association today at 4:30: in ticipating in the Miss India Beauty GLSU: The Gay and Lesbian Student REQUIREMENTS: Good health: between 18-35
Grinter Hall Room 471. Call 392- Pageant needs to contact Shaila or Union will have an executive with oral
medical problems
2831. Nina today. Call 336-8023. committee meeting for March Sun years: no
Celebrities;: Zeta Phi Beta Ultimate: Frostbreaker, an Ultimate day at 7:30.: New members are wel contraceptive use: must be in Gainesvillearea
Sorority presents a Gator celebrity Frisbee tournament with 28 come. Call the switchboard, for next six months.
auction tonight at 8 in Computer teams from the entire Eastern 332-0700. smear blood
BENEFITS Free physical exam: pap :
:
Science and Engineering Building United States is this weekend at China: The Chinese Club is sponsoring
Room A101 to raise money for the Maguire and Citizen's fields. Call Sports Day at Lake Wauburg, test including cholesterol; sixmonth'ssupply
Child Life Program at Shands Hospital. 371-9524. South Side Saturday beginning at 10. of oral contraceptives.
Call 371-9440. Shopping: UF Recreation Sports Call Tim 377-5093.
GLSU: The Gay and Lesbian Student Department presents "One Stop Latin America: The Student As- ClinicW
Union is having a fondue party Shopping Day" Saturday afternoonat sociation of Latin American Studiesis ITheClimacteric

tonight at 7:30.: Call the switchboard 1 at Lake Wauburg. UF students having a picnic Saturday begin- W A research division of women's Medical and Diagnostic Center
332-0700. staff faculty and their spouses can ning at noon at Lake Wauburg
Shabbat: The B'nai B'rith Hillel get certified in several water sports. North. Call 336-1004. For information call 372-5600
Foundation will have Shabbat Services Call Paul Jones, 466-4112. Break: The Gator Outdoor
a Persian Feast honoring Co-op: The North Hall Co-op is Recreation Program is sponsoring a
Purim and the presentation We having an open house Saturday Spring Break trip to Key West
Having Fun Yet?" tonight at 7 at Hil morning at 11 for students Interested March 2225. Call 3921655.
lel. Call 372-2900. in summer or fall housing. Call Posters: Alachua County is spon-
BGSO: The Black Graduate Student Elana Gussow 395-7209. soring the 1990 Fair Housing Month
Organization will meet tonightto Martial Arts:The UF Martial Arts School Children's Poster Contest to
discuss slate for next year's offices Festival is this weekend in the commemorate the 22nd anniversaryof
in Reitz Union Room 349 Florida Gym. Call Jon, 392-0581. The Fair Housing Law. The con
tonight at 6. Call 373-8993. Direct Art:An art show of originaloil test is open to students K-12 and
Prayer:The Intervarsity Christian paintings will be held Sunday lasts through March 30. Call Cain
Fellowship will meet tonight at 7 in morning beginning at 11 in,the Davis 374-5275.
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Brown tells classes how he got into comedy I



By MJ. MORGEN ,..

Alligator Writer ,
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Entering class late, catching his breath and limping on
crutches- Saturday Night Uve writer and performer A. :
Whitney Brown greeted beginning journalism students
Thursday with a hearty "Howdy, hello everybody!I" f
Journalism professor William McKeen, who teaches J3x i
Writing for Mass Communication with journalism professor -
Julie Dodd, said he hoped Brown would help his
students understand the difficulties involved in writing."I : I

want the students to respond to him like, 'Oh,yeah, \. ,
the dude from Saturday Night Live,' McKeen said.
"But I also want them to realize that he's here to talk i
about what hard work it is to be a writer, and that it takes
talent, skill and perseverance."
Brown, who recently had a knee operation, attended .
classes Thursday before performing in the Reitz Union r .N\! ,Ii''
Rion Ballroom that night.He said he didn't plan to becomea ask ,
comedian until he realized he had few other options."I k "' j" .
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wanted to be a writer, but oddly enough nobody Ira fI''d., .
wanted to read or listen to me," he said. I
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Brown, famous for The Big Picture" and an Interna- As fl
tional news addition to SNL's "Weekend Update," was Ir 4,
hired to write for the show five years ago and began
performing six months later.
He described when he decided to pursue comedy.
"I was at a party," Brown said. "Everyone was talkingat
the same time, no one was really listening to anyone.It .
was just really a nightmare."
He noticed that everyone looked up when three people
laughed in the corner of the room. "I just realized from in.wW U *
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that what great power laughter has to gain people's ..
attention," Brown said. REGGIE GRANT -ALLIGATOR
"So I thought, if I can learn how to make people laugh, Saturday Night Uve comedian A. Whitney Brown speaks to a Writing for Mass Communications class In I I
then 111 be able to get them to listen to me." Gannett Auditorium Thursday afternoon.



FAU says scholarshipstory Tax publicity may be illegalBy


derstand the critical needs that confront our
JOHN F. BERRY
has mistakesBy Alligator Writer schools."
Last month, volunteers distributed InformationAn
Alachua County School Board official blames advocating the sales tax and bond without the required
CHRISTY HARRIS which is about$1,250.We're tryingto "over-enthusiastic" volunteers for violations the disclaimer describing it as a paid political
WriterA get 45 next year. We've raised school board may have committed by allowing them advertisement. Disclaimers, which note who is pro-
Alligator enough (money) for that many." to promote a political cause with public money. moting the cause and paying for the advertisement,
reported offer of free tuition FAU is offering more of the The school board may have violated are required by Florida law on all political
for all blacks who meet entrance scholarships it already had to both Florida statutes and its own policy advertisements.by .
requirements at Florida Atlantic boost black enrollment Newsomesaid. allowing volunteers to promote the OCp Many of the fliers also were printed on
University isn't true, FAU and Any blacks who meet en- $100 million school bond and 1-cent sales O S Alachua Elementary School stationary.tax .
Board of Regents officials said trance requirements probably increase referendums on public prop Tysowsky said the fliers, which failed to
Thursday.The would qualify, but it isn't an abso- erty. Alachua County voters will decide G show that the Make Sense Citizens Committee -
lute guarantee.Roy both issues Tuesday. paid for the advertisements independently -
offer, reported by United Gene Tysowsky' administrative assistant of the school board, were "not
Press International, said all black to the superintendent, ripped a"One 57 appropriate."
freshmen would be guaranteed full McTarnaghan, regents ex- Cent Makes Sense" political action com- MARCH. 13 UF political science junior Ken
scholarships if they had a 3.0 grade ecutive vice chancellor, said his mittee poster off a wall inside the business office of Kopczynski, who opposes both the tax increase and
point average and scored at least 13-member panel that overseesFlorida's the Alachua County School Board building Thursday. the school bond issue, filed a protest letter with
1,000 on the Standard Achievement nine universities Increased i Both the Florida statutes and the school board's own Supervisor of Elections Buddy Irby Wednesday and
Test. FAU's financial aid moneyso policy prohibit political and commercial advertising said he will sue the school board.
That was reported wrong,"said they could offer more scholar on school property. There is no such thing as ignorance of the law,"
Emanuel Newsome, FAU student ships. He said there isn't enough Kopczynski said. "Ignorance does not validate any
affairs vice president. "We admit- money to pay for all minority stu- "It's a case of being overzealous,"Tysowsky said.
ted 28 blacks this year who received The people affiliated with this thing are not political Tax 12
see
(free) tuition and fees, see FAU page 12 pros. They are involved with this because they un- page


Student groups urge Gator Dining to boycott tuna .

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NICOLE SNEED Ethical Treatment of Animals, will presentthe blocks, basically everything in their body is but the committee is open to any sugges-
By signatures to the Food Service Advisory crushed,"said EAG Vice President Shannon tions students may have.
Alligator Writer Committee at 1:30: in Reitz Union Room 357. McWeeney, who watched the film. "Ifs really "It's a matter of what happens in the
"Sorry, Charlie"some students don't want A lecture and film on the killings also will sad." presentation and the discussion that follows
your tuna on campus. be shown. The use of these nets is based on the the meeting," Bobroff said. "I've heard of
Statistics estimate about 100,000 dolphinsand Since the 1960s, fishermen have used a presumption that there will be a tuna school the issue, but I did not know that it was of
porpoises are killed in tuna nets each technique called "purse seining" to catch underneath. But sometimes there isn't, Mc pressing concern to people on this campus."
year, and environmentalists around the nation tuna by locating herds of dolphins. Scien- Weeney said."Hundreds.. If UF boycotts tuna,it will be joining three
say the killings are born out of greed tists don't know why, but tuna often run of do'phin? were killed and other universities who have boycotted tuna:
not need._ under dolphin herds. Fishermen use these there was only one tuna in the net one University of Pennsylvania, Rutgers Univer-
Angry students who have collected more herds to locate tuna schools. tuna," McWeeney said. sity, and the University of New York at
than 1,650 signatures will present a petition When the purse seine nets are pulled "I think It's incredibly sick that they were Buffalo, said Eric Botsford, EAG tuna task
today asking Gator Dining Services to boy- shut, the dolphins become entangled in the doing this out of greed," McWeeney said. force director."It .
cott serving tuna on campus. net and are drowned or crushed as they are Food Service Advisory Committee Chairwoman looks very good,"Botsford said."Judgsee -
The group, most members of Environ- hauled into the power blocks with the nets. Unda Bobroff said some membersof Boycott 4FitI
mental Action Group and Students for the .They (dolphins) go through these power her committee may not be up on the issue page

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car of the six hour commuters. Rescue workers, including Army Medical 1614 W. University Ave.
National Transportation Safety Board officials Corpsmen, had to use the hydraulic-powered Jaws of 376-5606
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(UPI) Authorities say nine people, Each man then committed suicide. Spring BreakThe
including five children, died in two apparent murder- The Mayfield Heights shootings were not dis-
suicide shootings within seven hours of each other. covered until about 5 p.m.,after a neighbor called the Alligator will not be publishing from Monday, March 19
Both shooting episodes occurred in apartment com- apartment manager and said she had heard shots
through Friday, March 23 due to the Spring Break .
plexes one in the Cleveland suburb of Mayfield nearly 15 hours earlier. The bodies of the Painesville holiday.The
Heights and the other in Painesville, about 30 miles victims were discovered shortly before 9:30: p.m.,aftera
northeast of Cleveland-and neither was discoveredfor friend called police. deadline for Monday, March 26 is Thursday, March 15.
more than 12 hours. Caprara said a suicide note was found near Lynch's
The fathers were responsible in both cases, police body. The deadline for Tuesday, March 27 is Friday, March 16.
Other neighbors also heard the shots but did not
said.Mayfield Heights Police Chief Dominic Caprarasaid call authorities.In These deadlines apply to both display and classified ads.
Robert Lynch,51, shot his pregnant wife,Joy,43, Painesville, police Sgt. Darryl Dunlap said
and their three sons, Michael, 16, Matthew, 15, and authorities went to the other apartment when a friend Display Classifieds
Andrew, 10, about 2 am Wednesday.In called and said she'd failed to hear from Green, who 376-4482 3753463alligator
Painesville, authorities say Bruce Clinton, 36, was in the process of moving out of the apartment.
shot and killed Angela Green,23,his live-in girlfriend, Clinton was unemployed, but had at one time
and their two children,Wesley Adam, and Winston worked as a security guard and also applied for a job
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ADDIS ABABA. Ethiopia (UPI) Black South before his return to Tanzania Friday.
African leader Nelson Mandela interrupted a six-day For three days Addis Ababa has been the scene of
stay in Tanzania and arrived in Ethiopia Thursday fora demonstrations in support of proposed political and
hastily scheduled 24-hour visit to address the Or- economic reforms, announced by Mengistu Monday.
ganization of African Unity. The government has proposed a reversal of 15 years
Mandela,in the midst of a 17-day African tour aimedat of hard-line Marxist rule, and has said it will return
winning support for the anti-apartheid movement, land and agricultural produce to peasant ownershipand
had been invited to Ethiopia last month, said Ibrahim permit limited political opposition. PeopleNotice
Dagash, spokesman for the 49-nation OAU, which is Mandela,freed last month after 27 years in a South
dedicated to the advancement of African causes. African jail,spoke openly Thursday of his planned visit
Dagash said Mandela likely would meet with to the camps, making him the first ANC leader to
Ethiopian President Mengistu Haile Mariam and offi- admit the presence of freedom fighters in Tanzania.
cials of the Marxist government. He said Mandela Mandela was made deputy president of the ANC
might meet some of the estimated 700 fighters of the after a two-day meeting of the Congress in Zambia last .
African National Congress's military wing exiled in Friday.

fishermen soon began to use the nets to keep up with Ads in the
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page 3 Outgoing Student Body President and advisory AlligatorAlligator
committee member Ed Scales said he would side with
ing from the response we have now, I am very
the dolphins unless the livelihood of tuna fishermenwere
optimistic about Gator Dining Service joining the
at stake."I .
boycott.
Botsford said EAG and SETA will be around cam- think that people are more important than dolphins
pus collecting more signatures to present to Gator but if there is a way to catch tuna without.killing
Dining Service Director Wes Miller next week. dolphins then we must pursue it,"Scales said,adding Display Advertising
There is no canned tuna that EAG deems dolphinsafe. that with current technology,he is surprised the tuna
industry is still grappling to use the nets. 3764482I

"For a while, albacore tuna was caught with line Although millions of individuals who have learned
and hook,"McWeeney said,"but that soon changed." about the slaughtering have already boycotted tuna,
The demand for albacore tuna rose when the the impact of a large community boycott would grab
consumer found out it was the only canned tuna that the companies'attention Botsford said. ,J
was dolphin safe, McWeeney said. But albacore tuna "I think it would floor the tuna industry." 1

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W West TENSIONfrom Engineering junior Mark Wright said he never
373-1234 universityC.x page 1 expected the protests, threatening phone calls or
endless interviews that greeted him when he foundedthe
23rd 4310 Avenue NW "cross-cultural studies"and three hours on "diversity group Jan. 16. Wright said his only goal was to
3 (orationsRoses/ 375-1234 in Western experience. find other students who shared his disapproval of
Lombardi!,who taught Race Relations in the Americas Affirmative Action, which he calls "preferential treat
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SENIORS: Tuesday."Lef give a sense of'who we are*and'why "What (protestors) are missing: in the hysteria is
we're here' instead of 'what we ought to think.' the fact that they are violating their own principles,"
Now it's time for a career. The task force members seemed impressed with Wright said."They prejudged us before they listenedto
Lombardi's us. They stereotyped us when they said 'Whites
candor and his offer to personally teach
Prepare to work in law as a the class. But one task force member, Black Student can't form a group without being racist,' and they
Union President Roxy Oliver,said while his intentionsare weren't open to new ideas.
,PARALEGALat promising, just having Lombardi here is a re- They broke all their liberal tenets," Wright said.
minder that double standards exist. While Wright upsets many blacks, most of them
The National Center for
Paralegal Training "I still believe the selection of Lombardi over Bar- agree there are more pressing issues. Complaintsrange
MIAMI FORT LAUDERDALE nett was racially biased," Oliver said. "I'm not saying from poor graduation rates to the low numberof
College degree or employee sponsorship he's not qualified to be president. I've never said that. minority faculty members and the difficulty black
required But I think race and sex were part of the choice." groups encounter when they seek Student Govern .
4 month day / 8 month evening But Oliver said her organization,which represents ment money.
programs all black students and has 200 active members, is Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen said
Employment assistance more than willing to work with the new president. there are no easy answers to the complex situations,
Faculty of practicing attorneys And his first job, she said, is to make a stand. but he said there is a simple way to make UF better.
Classes in Miami or Ft. Lauderdale Td like to see him take a stance and have the "I think we have to treat each other with respect,"
Student loans for qualified students university take a firm stance about the way peopleare Sandeen said. "More important than anything else
treated," Oliver said. "No matter what a person'srace are the daily activities of individuals in the normal
Meet with our representative or sex is, they should feel just as comfortable as business of the university as it occurs every single
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DART to all the lazy, apathetic students who didn't
take an hour out of their day Wednesday to listen to the

four candidates running for the District 3 city commissionseat. \ J
Especially the 500 students who registered and 11 I 1

didn't show up. How are you going to make a decision
Tuesday? l

The candidates said the 50 people who did attend madeup

an average crowd. But it still wasn't enough. No one is

ever going to give students power. They must be willingto IUllllm, :
take it and it looks like they don't want it. \\tf! ill ";> po.

LAUREL to administrators and UF workers for finally

installing condom machines in bathrooms around cam
pus. Traditional-aged students understand administrators' Something alien is going on hereElections I

embarrassment about the subject, but those who have
in the Soviet Union.The end of the Cold
grown up with the horrific stories of AIDS are ready for
War. Reunification of Germany.The release of Nelson -Anthony Lederma
this.One Mandela. Eeek! Who in their right mind, could have 0
thing bothers us though. Health Educator Joanne envisioned any of this? And, it's all happening so N THE INSIDEmy
Auth said the machines might be removed if sales are too quickly. Things are going so well, it's scary.
low. That's a bad idea. If only one student buys a condom Could it be dare I say. is it. long-term friends.According to reports from an ex-CIA agent)
and uses it to have safer sex, the machines will more world peace on the horizon? If only Lennon not an ex-Federal Aviation Administration agent and a fe
other blabber mouths who make the "they"in oud
Lenin had lived to see this. up
than pay for themselves. It's life, not profits, that we are
government, supposedly the dirt on aliens on earth i itj
Ah, life is good, ain't it? The world is finally going
concerned with.LAUREL
American style. We're talking McDonald's in the on its way to your favorite media outlet
to President John Lombardi! for being true to U.S.S.R., people. The world's largest Kentucky Fried The Pandora's box of UFO's is about to burst wid
his word and walking around campus. You'll periodicallysee Chicken in China.Confrontation open. The government can't hold it back any longer)
? The cola wars is about all it seems. Soon, news of aliens will be just as common
a red pick-up truck parked in the best spot at Tigert you say
have left and it's going internationalBut as Gorby eating a Big Mac.
Hall but when you don't, don't assume Lombardi! is out to we
walked the world wasn't built for peace.Look at history, Sure it sounds crazy. But if someone told you fiyij
from his
lunch. He probably home across from
folks. Greed. Corruption. Paranoia. Fights. That's the years ago, heck, even two years ago, that the Berlin
the O'Connell Center that day. fuel that keeps man's fire going.What will red-blooded wall would come down, the Soviets would be electin '
LAUREL to the four readers who responded to our American lunatic leaders do without Commies? leaders,the United States and the Soviet Union woul
call last week for comments to Lombardi! and DART to Hmmm. We need some enemies. Fidel Castro can consider pulling troops out of Europe or that we'd cuj
the thousands of students and faculty who didn't. It's rare only pose so much of a threat. Without the Soviet's the defense budget, you'd have 'em committed.
Think about it The Middle East has lost its abili
money and God know's they're hurting for bucks
that students don't have a gripe about something on campus I b
to scare the President Bush could
-hell be small potatoes. Whatever happened to the superpowers
yet no one took the opportunity to speak. Doesn't Ayatollah or Khadafi? All of a sudden we've got no "doing lunch" with Gorbachev one day soon and the]
anyone have anything interesting to say? one to kick around. European Economic Community will form in 1992.

LAUREL to the House Health Care Committee in Tallahassee Where will we displace our aggression? Who can These mind-altering occurrences point to an inter!
that has reintroduced the proposal dubbed the we point our finger at? Geez,with the world becomingmore dependent world. With a world economy, blowing uif
unified to need the other guy would only be hurting yourself.
everyday, seems me we a com-
"Right To Die" bill. The proposal would make it easier to
mon enemy. What would man need a united world for,exactly.]
stop the forced feeding of critically ill patients, a measure How about aliens?Yeah,that's the ticket!Good'ol, Why, to fight another world, of course.
Gov. Bob Martinez has threatened to veto. oblong-headed freaks!Pinko,stinkin'aliens from outer Peace, baby.Alltholl' .

The bill would allow doctors and family members to space. Lederman is an Alligator writer and
remove food and water tubes from a patient if two impartial What aliens you ask? Well, that's just a formality, journalism senior who's never teen a UFO.

physicians agree the tubes are the sole means of LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
prolonging life.
insensitiveto Firstly,in ten years I have never All of this, of course, does nod
Doctors and family members should have the right to Story witnessed any Hare Krishna add up to good journalism. I II
choose whether to keep someone alive by artificial Hare KrishnasEditor devotee "kiss the floor." We do, I suggest that fledgling jour]
means. And legislators should allow citizens to choose however, offer obeisances in the nalists Interview the prope
their loved one's destiny. It's hard enough to deal with : It was with not a little dis- temple as an act of submission to authorities and present stories in
the illness or death of a family member; the pain only can tress that the Hare Krishna God -note the capital g. historical context
be compounded if laws force a person to act against their devotees here in the Gainesville Secondly, the diorama "Karma" The Hare Krishna faith is a for *
wishes. temple read the article about our should not be misconstrued as the of Vaishnavism with ancient root
movement published on March 6. temple deity.Rather,it is an artist's in the Indian subcontinent. It ha
This article was poorly researchedand depiction of the reaction to meat adherence in virtually ever
alligator Editor inaccurately presented, yet, eating. country, from all racial, social and
Lucy Chabot another example of insensitive Also, most devotees do marry economic backgrounds. Too
media portrayal.I and raise children, begotten in the Vaishnava philosophy is powerful
Managing Editor Opinions Editor usual manner. We do maintain, and intellectually stimulating.We .
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton I will assume that this bizarre however, that chastity is a virtue. feel that the Hare Krishn\
picture of the Hare Krishna move- The total abstinence statementscan movement has much sanity to offe j jto
Letters Policy ment was due mainly to a lack of be strongly contrasted with the world plunging into
a
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (ibout one 8-by-lO PH). They should be
typed double-speced' and signed They should Include typed name address end telephone understanding. Perhaps I can correct three or four hundred million wor- precarious future.I .
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just ceuse. If you have iny questions cill some of the misrepresenta- shipers of Krishna in India, where Bhav..lndhU Dartr.r
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COLLEGE GRADUATESPut ] Scales ends -presidential term I

and looked at it every day.
By ANTHONY LEDERMAN
your education to work-become a Alligator Writer But he is most proud of an accomplishment he
didn't promise.He .
Assistant
Lawyer's Ed Scales has a trait that can be both beneficial and persuaded Martinez to draft his plan for student
''TheCareerforthe90's"atThe detrimental to his political career-he likes to be tuition increases instead of the plan submitted by the
liked. Regents. Scales' plan recommended that tuition be
National Center for Paralegal Draining After a year of few shakeups as UF Student Body raised 8 percent for in-state students and 18 percentfor
President, Scales l says his term was successful be- out-of-state students.! The Board of Regents asked
Oldest and l lamest graduate level ABA-approvcd .
program In the Southeast cause ne feels ne accomplished a lot. for a 15: percent increase for all students.
l In But more importantly, he ruffled few Scales said this showed that students,
Employment asslsunct-over 1,000 employers 38
Mates have hired our graduate. feathers. represented by the Florida Student Association -
3 month day program with homing available Taking pride in the fact that he upset are more credible policy mak-
7 month evening program few people, Scales boasts that he has ers than the regents."It .
never vetoed a bill. wasn't "Scales said
Diversified Curriculum-specialize In Litigation, on my platform, ,
Corporations or Real Estate and Probate-including "I think that's an accomplishment," "but it's the best thing that could have
"Computers the Practice of Law" Scales said. "It shows that we had good happened."
communication with the Senate "The tuition plan that Ed proposed and
Meet with our representative throughout the year." Indeed, a large the Governor supported was a historic
Tuesday, March 13,9:00: 5:00: majority of the Senate was elected underScales' moment in SG history," said President-
Contact College Placement Office for appointment party! Students Unite! Now.Surrounding elect Michael Browne'! ,who will be swornin
( nimsell with loyal scales today to replace Scales.
The National Center for Paralegal Draining friends,including Interim Treasurer and Scales is rightfully proud of his accom-
SIN krttuee Id HI Aihaa- CiA,oJlf former Chief of Staff Scott Thomas,Scales enjoys the plishment, said Juan Vitali!, who worked for Scales
800-223-2618 In Georgia cad 404-266-1060 relationships he developed while in office. His position and ran as the Today party presidential candidate
PlaIt tend me Information about a serer it a Lawyer's Antaant allowed him to rub elbows with Gov. Bob against Browne last month. But there was one problem
Name Martinez, Florida's Board of Regents and other state with Scales'proudest moment,Vitali said. When
Address political figures. Scales ran for president last year,he promised to fight
CIty .State_Zip_ Not that he needed to meet new people. Scales built for no fee increases. Last year, Scales supported an
College .YtGrad. up quite a resume during the past six years at UF. 8 percent overall increase,and this year he supportedthe
Phone: DAYl(L_ L .EVENING((L l Besides being on the Board of Regents and student two-part increase.
president, he was appointed student lobby director in Scales said he believes the notoriety received from
Tallahassee by Martinez,was a member of the boardof Martinez's recognition gave him credibility. He was
directors that oversees The Independent Florida noticed and rewarded by the governor.Being noticed
Why did the chicken Alligator and a student senator. He was in the spot and rewarded are two traits Scales thrives on.
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Leading SG was like being on the Board of Regents,
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he said, because he enjoyed it and felt he accom-
To get a copy of The Alligator! ( remind himself of his election promises, Scales
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was supported, he said, because the Infirmary This university has some type of unnatural us the residence hall vote."
:s SCALESfrom was In disarray. Health fees will be $4 unwillingness to do what works at all
One promise neither broken nor kept was
page 7 credit hour this fall. other universities Scales said "and
1 per major ,
the 24-hour library. After debating with library
plished a lot for students. But he said the "I can swallow a little pride and admit thatI that's to bring in full-time professional aca- officials, a 24-hour library was estab-
I broke Scales said. demic advisers and shift that function in the
a campaign promise,
job him far than
.1 gave more scrutiny any lished on a trial basis during the final exam
"I I had to do what best." lower division from the "
I other job he has had. thought was away faculty. period last semester. Scales said it was a
' "I like Other promises broken include the Instal- Scales said he lobbied for more need and
but his mind about
1 being liked and I've never been in success changed havingit
lation of bus shelters Hall merit-based financial aid at UF. He said
near Turlington for the It is
a position in entire semester.
, which I've taken a lot of heavy open now up
I, criticism," Scales said. and the HUB, phone registration and full- financial aid doubled to$9 million from$4.5 to library officials to decide whether the
time academic advisement. million. 24-hour will be final
,1 "Up until this year I've never had any real The number this Scales also initiated library open during
,,1 a, one problem on campusis a recycling program exams next semester and thereafter. It will
: enemies. Never, he said. academic advisement," Scales said, with and worked with Physical Plant to place be open during this term's finals.
.f Besides promising no tuition increase and the second and third problems being regis- recycling bins on campus. His administration -
having to raise it anyway, Scales also sup- tration and drop-add. All three wouldn't be also allocated funds to repair broken As for being president, Scales seems
ported raises in the Activity and Service and immense problems if Tigert Hall would be appliances in the residence halls. slightly relieved that the year is over.
student health fees. He said he supported willing to do things differently, he said. "We had $35,000 worth of ice machines,
1 j the 15-cent per-credit-hour increase in A&S That has been the most frustrating thingin vacuum cleaners and televisions that SG had "I'm ready for it to be over and move on
:, Fees to build up intramural sports and to the world for me," Scales said. "I have to bought for them in the past and had not to something else," Scales said. "I I enjoyedit
''i pay state-mandated salary increases at the ask 'What does it take to do anything new funded to repair," Scales said. "So we spent but I want to do something where I can't
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running for the District 3 seat, part of the ficers who handle matters such as traffic area residents.
CRIMEfrom solution would be for the city to take a more accidents, allowing patrolmen to handle The two COPS teams currently operatingare
page 1 active role in encouraging citizens to protect more serious crimes.In both in southeastern neighborhoods,
each other.If fact, McEachern believes many of the but Chestnut said she would like to have the
said he would call police to see how the Neighborhood Watch signs had mes- funds in the police department should be program expanded citywide.
of those
investigation cases were going.
sages about how many criminals were ar- re-allocated.
Craig Hedgecock, a consulting engineerand rested in those neighborhoods,it could havea "More money needs to be going down to William Howard, a retired UF finance
part-time UF engineering professor lot of deterrent value. Murphy said. police cars and less for higher executive professor who is Chestnut's only opponent,
who's running for the District 3 seat, saidhe'd "It would be something to give the people salaries," McEachern said. doesn't consider crime to be an issue. He's
like to see the city establish a "career running his campaign based on one issue
from the neighborhood pride it would In the District 2 race, MayorCommissioner -
criminal unit. The unit would be
composedof make them work together,"Murphy added. Cynthia Chestnut said she would like the problems he sees with the city's
police detectives who would work directly plan."I .
with the State Attorney's Office to solve W.E. "Mac" McEachern, a retired tele- to see the number of"communityoriented"police pension
crimes committed by repeat offenders, phone technician who is running for the units in the city increased from two
Hedgecock said. Districts seat,said he would consider giving to nine by 1994. The units, called COPS deplore crime-you can quote me on
more money to the city's police technicians teams, set up stations in the neighborhoodsthey that," Howard said. "Nobody really knows
For Michael Murphy,a UF student who's program. Police technicians are civilian of- patrol and become more familiar with how to stop crime, so that's not an issue

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ORAQ RACING' By PATRICIA LEE about "the bottom line" (money)
Alligator Writer without realizing their obligationto
the public.
I Lawyen who don't want to de- Smith, who graduated from UF
vote time to public service shouldbe in 1948, is a founding partner of
kicked out of their profession, Holland and Knight,a firm employ-
a prominent attorney told a groupof ing 300 attorneys throughout the
law students Wednesday. state. A past president of the flor-
Chesterfield Smith, a graduateof ida and American bar associations,
UPs College of Law and a found- Smith also was chairman of the
ing partner of Florida's biggest law Florida Constitution Revision
C p @rn: 1ID W firm, spoke about civic duty to 60 Commission from 196567."A .
students who gathered at the Law good lawyer must be contin-
School Auditorium. uously mindful of changes in sod-.,
'. motommnGA1Nti'ONALs. UF's Association for Public In- ety and work to improve the laws,"
.: terest Law sponsored the speech Smith said. "No lawyer should ac- .
:"\ ; with its annual pledge drive,which cept the legal profession as it is."
.. i lasts through March 16. Smith said public interest work,
"Each lawyer must help not ranging from representing the
March 14-18,1990 just the good ones-because each poor and inmates on Death Row to
.k and every lawyer has an obligationto helping draft new landlord-tenant
: !' ,,;( ). Gainesville Raceway render public service," Smith laws. should be required of every
"/:' ..,:. Gainesville, Florida
r" ... attorney.
'i. ,I" ,:!A 1M : Come witness the thundering said.Many lawyers today are more "Eliminate them if they won't do

). 'w.... ( "..,. excitement of 5-second, 290-mph interested in making money than mandatory public service by dis-
Pi'':"i: 'tf ,: .: NHRA Winston Championship in actually improving existing barment, if necessary,Smith said.
U' '. when laws, Smith said. Some law stu-
Drag Racing your friends at
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FAUfrom years later." TAXfrom Florida law states using public property to

page 3 page 3 promote a cause Is a "misuse of public posi
UF offers least
at three minority schol-
tion." But Alachua resident Joe Kirby said
dents who meet entrance requirements. chosen from the "
arships. Recipients are violation of the law.
volunteers handed him and his wife One Sense
TTiere is no such free tuition plan," best who apply and usually have an SAT warned school
In a letter dated Feb.26, Irby Makes Sense campaign material on school
McTarnaghan said. score of 1,000 or higher. board members that it might be sued if it failedto property when they dropped off their 8yearoldson
Jacquelyn Hart, UP equal opportunity
remain impartial. off at Alachua Elementary School March
programs assistant vice president, said John Boatwright, UF minority admis-
tuition can't be waived. She said UF has sions director said the number of recip- Tysowksy said volunteers distributed only a 1.

been offering scholarships comparableto ients depends on how much money is few fliers without the disclaimer. Later advertisements Tysowsky said he was unaware of the possibility

FAU's. available. Last year,minorities received include the necessary information. of continued violations until after

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FOR LUNCH, TRY SONNY'SBIG AfligatorWriter awards also were granted to UF
students this year. UF students
: Finalists in this year's "Florida competed in a pool of 130 students
DEAL! College Student of the Year"schol- from 41 colleges.They applied for
arship contest have impressed more than$25,000 in scholarshipsand
judges with their involvement in prizes.
activities outside school.
Enjoy mouth-watering pork "The quality has never been
sliced thin and piled $ "I 1 sense a resurgence of student higher," said Florida Leader
95 activism in contrast to the self garlic bread, served with drink.3CVREAL spokeswoman Tammi Hoffer
attitudes of the 1980s, said
Sonny's famous W.H. "Butch" Oxendine Jr., pub- Students were judged on their
beans and a jumbo soft lisher of the Florida Leader,which ability to support themselves
school while demonstrating
sponsors the contest. through -
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"Students are often stereotypedas proficiericy
and staying involved in issues that
coming to college just to partyor
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are important to them.Materialscience
find a spouse, Oxendine said.
"We want to break this stereotypeby engineering
PIT BAR.B.Q showing that involvement nior Caryl Brown and agricultural
makes students more well- engineering graduate student
rounded and overall, better Bryce Kelly joined five finalists
Serving lunch and dinner. 11am. .9:30: p.m.(Sun.-Thur) ple." peo- from four other Florida colleges in
and l'' a.m. 10 p.m.(Fri.&Sat.)
For the first time in the contesrsthreeyear being recognized as finalists.

history,two of the seven Kelly,a first-time applicant,said
9 2700 N. Waldo Road 9 3635 S.W. Archer Road finalists are from UF. In 1989, no that his involvement in activities
UF students made it to the final means more to him than the actualsee
e 3610 S.W. 13th Street e U.S. 441 at 1-75, Alachua round, while one UF student was
Flnalist.page 14
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iT.ALLIGATOR.FRIDAY MARCH 9,1990

said money raised during the
DUTYfrom pledge drive will be used to pro- MUG AWARENESS WEEK
page 11 vide fellowships for law students 11.I

"If 90 percent of them did just a who help the underprivileged or
work in the environment's interest. 5-9 I Ii
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little, it wouldn't be so demandingfor IT.
others. But half the lawyers do "There has to be some sharingof
damned little,if anything,"he said. wealth,"Wall said. "By support-
Smith's firm is doing its share ing and helping each other,we can i; .
provide the public service needed oBW
by establishing a $500,000 legal '
fund to provide attorneys for large while "letting the lawyers make a Is Smoking Pot Addictive? ,)r rV
public interest cases at no cost, living, she said. .
Smith said. Attorneys will donate For mart information on APIL, .... .",

their own money. contact Megan Wall, 376-5493, or A: Yes
vice-president Megan Wall Wendy Edmonds, 373-5051.

chelle Krause received honorable J
FINALISTfrom mention awards. ;:; FRIDAY, MARCH 9 REC NIGHT AT mE UNION
page 13 REC CENTER a
Finalists will receive $500 in W 6p.m.-2a.m. ..

award. scholarships,a 2-day stay at a hotelon
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things," Kelly said. activities Gardens and several O ,,
"My passes mag-
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have taught me leadership skills, azine subscriptions.The IRHA RUPC,tkWlIII1y Alhltlc Auod.r.4 IIor1nfI AMI Pk! ci
effective communication, and howto ,cm.Rop Ad"MW4 WAL.MART WMn'NdowI Apnnd.
about winner and the IT.GAMMA.SAM.Muk. ,Ale ThNIIII, Pate Me*Joel Dol,Tropy
care people. runner-up .
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who will be announced April 3 at ,SQ, B8n, ,
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Kelly is married,works about 30 a Tallahassee news conference, z: ,KA,Ae...Ir,AM,Ar AY..rA
hours each week and commits
will receive additional prizes, in-
about 30 additional hours to school
cluding a computer, a computer
organizations and church activities
desk and chair, a scooter, and
while attending graduate school.
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THrATRE.S 1 FURNISHEDSummer to Santa FE CC 1 BDR 270280. 2 bdr/I b. Apt. carpeted, fenced yd for
2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 4 or 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201 NW 10 St by pet avail 3/1 $220/mo In SW area Key
, JP C 3bdr Condo, Cypress Point. Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no call or dogs. UF now or 5/1 carport, cent air, wood man.g.mlnI372-3060((9-5pm)462-7299
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$3.00 BARGAIN MATINEE
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ON SAT.SUN ft HOliDAYS take over lease thru July 00 see or call $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-28.1 & 2 Bath 636 NW 26 Ave. (off 6 St). Spacious pool, tennis and b-ball court, close to UF
AT KUTCTEIIHUTNB.CHCCISMOWTIMCS manager 377-2598 D 335-1867 N ask for $250-1350, sec t Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- ground, magnificent oak. College Park $299/mo. 335-4386 or 378-6741 no deposit -
AS. 3-9-6-1 75-2 Properties 3717777. 3-16-11-2 nectsiary. 3-9-5-4

$3.50 STUDENT PRICE Small apt close to UF, quiet private I
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2016. 3-9-5-1 ONLY $260/MO. Properties 411 NW 15th St 3717777. 3- now free March and April! Call 374-6576.
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Call Walt 3382071. 3-16-6-1 util. Call Janice ASAP. 375-2832 This
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FOR RENT: 378-3988 0213. 3.13.3.2MOBILE
375-3881 bdr/lba to sublet from April to July, 1st
HOUSE 7:15:PARTY 1:30: .(I) 2 UNFURNISHEDAvailable 4.30.70.2 mo. rent $100, the rest neg The Wood
I aaaas HOMES: 336-8052 after' 7pm. 3144.4
now, SW: 2bdr screen porch Check Our New Special
wash/dry.; ceiling fans, cent heat/air All Amenities Available 3 FOR RENTSALE12X60 Sublease 1bdr In Country Village apt.
I near bus, $375. 373-0701. 3-16-7-2 FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Only $143/mollor May-Aug Great location
Roommate Available ft pool. Call Debbie at 376-1665. 3-

I We're No. 1 2Bd 1Ba; Waiher/Dryer. New Carpet
REGENCY OAKS .Tub/Shower, Hot Water Heater, Deck
378-5766 $3450. 378-0620 or 375-2863 6:00: 5 ROOMMATESFemale
3230 SW Archer Road 39.13
700pm.:
Student COUNTRY GARDENS to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse In
'Hispanic 373-4500 Rental Homes SW Area, fully furnished, washer/dryer
2001 SW 16th Street from $260 $225/mo A 1/2 utll. Call 3356273. 3-30-
4-30.58.2 378-9291 10.5

Associationwould Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the Room In Forest of the Unicorn townhousefor
price of one. Pool, tennis, sauna, wt. SUBLEASE: F, pool, sauna, all amenities In q(.,
room. Stonerldge Apt. 3800 SW 34 St. $250/mo/ & 1/2 Util. 373-3564. 3-13-105

3751121. 4-30-45-2 4 HOUSE/APT.
Rockwood Villa, M/F rmmt. to hare
like to thank: 1/2 mile to campu Tree, quiet neigh 3bd/3ba. condo, $250/mo + 1/2 util,

borhood. Clean, newly painted 2br apt, Sublet Ibd/unf Windmeadows. March waih/dry, security system, many extras
dw, washer/dryer hookup $350/mo. Call through July 372-8752 leave message. Kelly 335.8359. 3127.5Classlfleds.
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I 1989 set Encyclopedia Brlttanica ((32 1979 Mazda RX7. excellent condition PC Lab. Learn
rmmt needed for 2bd specious apt. until midterms use WP
vol.) Paid $1500, make an oiler. Must sell. and tires needs engine work.
,
new paint
Lots ol extras! Piccadilly Apti. $210 1/2 Lotus 123, dBase Now. Special Plans.
Magnovox 286 12 Mhz 40MB Call 336-5935 392-3411.' 3-12-
util. Call Richard at 3355584. 3-9-6-5 ((28ms) Mora) or $1000080.482-7214.' 3-14-5-9 3726500. 3-9-10-11
Hard Drive. 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB),

Female to share 2br/2ba house In NW 3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive 14" VGA Color BEER-ltarn to make the beer you like 1962 VW v.n. engine rebuilt 7000 mi.
DENTISTRY
Monitor .31 dot 18-bit VGA and Great for students. 20mpg, ONE STOP
$2SO/mo + 1/2 util turn cable ( pitch), switch- cheaply easily. ago New clutch/press plate
washer/dryer nice call able video card, MS-DOS. 401 GWBasle, Classes 'forming now. Call 375-6836 Into. body fair $800/obo call Bob at 378-0076 Accepting new pts emerg
area Randy at
377.2537 leave 3-12-6-5 DOS Tutorial, 1 yr. warranty $1589. 3-14-5-6 and leave mssage. 3-14-4-9 Adult cleaning $28. child $18
msg ((4)Wlsd.) tee. $325, ((3)Witd.) tee. $250

Bicycle Club-Furnlih Own room and PANASONIC 1124 Else GUITAR. JB player-flying V w/crtte/ Can you buy Jeeps. Cars, 4 X 4's SeizedIn ((2)Wlsd.) tee, $200
bath. $22S/mo. + 1/2/ util. Need ASAP. amp exe/cond $300. kg/wtrb/ semiwave drug raids for under $1007 Call for facts Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC. V. AE
Call Barbara at 336-0417. or Iv m.... 3- Letter Quality! $305. Printer 2 yr warranty. Bestprinter w/hb/ ft pads $120. Scott at 3351507.' today. 605-644-9533. Dept. 524. 3.11+11 Valid only with coupon up to(4)( ) people.
0-5-5 3-12-3-8 H.T. Gonsoulln DOS, 372-0521

76 Ford Ranchero pickup VIC, 3-31-15-11,

F N/S lor own bdr/ba at Rocky Point Apti. WORD PERFECT 5.1 Guitar Weston Fletcher wcase, strat- pw/brakei, pw/steerlng am/fm/tape ste
fully turn except bdr. Avail May 6 $209/mo Latest full version students and faculty style body locking/ nut, fine tune bridgew reo. Needs tuneup. $750 or best offer. English for Foreigners. Tutor for Individuals
8 1/2 Util 331.31111lV MSG. 3-26-10-5 only $135. / 3 pick-ups. Excel) Cond. $175 Neg. 332-6514 after' 5pm. 3-13-3-9 or small groups. Female with 15 yrs
3732596. 3-14-4-6 International experience. 375-6781. 3-

F, N/S Rmrma for tummar. 2 bda avail. 88 Acura Integra RS. Red 3dr. 5-speed 12-5-11 I
3bd/2ba apt Regency Oaki. Matter (un- ELITE #335-1300 7 REAL ESTATEGreat 24,500 miles. Perfect condition $9,850 I
turn) $190. 2nd bd (turn) $175. Opt for Call Ken 3351425. 3-16-6-9 Editorial ft Research Assistance 'for students
academics ft businesses. $10/hr.'
Fall 375-6250. 3.12-5.5
Location Walk to elate 1BR 1BA
FUTON & FRAME SALEI! Upstairs. unit & PARKSIDE 1979 Dattun 210 station wagon. Good Call 3350950. 3123.11
Fully
3rd Ave. NW 15 Sr. M/F than 2bd/1 ba From only $200 per set. Owner utility car for students. $400. Call 335- i
equipped $23,500.
apt. $137.50/mo ft 1/2 util. 375-7997.! Call Mat 377-5650 JEFFERY E. SIEGEL financing REALTOR 373- 2792. 3-15-5-9 Problems In Math? Then call Greg. Professional I
and Reliable Tutoring offered. ;
Ouyang. 3-13-5-5 3-13-10-6 6063. 3-26-11-7
86 Buick Century pb, ps, 4dr lots more Tel. 377.74,5l..v., a metsage. 3-14-5- I

URGENTI! Rmmtt needed own Cassidy Furniture & ApplianceGifts Oakbrook Condo. 2bd/2ba turn ground $4650 obo 336-7708. One way ticket Or-

room/bath./ share utilities l7S/mo neg. General Merchandise New & Used floor, poolside. Take over payments or lando to San Francisco $140' obo. 336- TYPING "
Call 376-4824. 3-13-5-5 Buy & Sell. 534 SW 4 Ave. 3739505. make offer. Eve 376-0743. 3-16-10-7 7708. 3-9-1-9

3-13-10-6' r
Female engineering student looking Perfect for students! Clean 3bdr house. Mazda 128, 11181. S-spd, a/c am/fm cass, 12 SERVICES I

for tame/similar to share a house/apt for Roundtrip ticket from G'ville to Charlotte, Hardwood Mrs, ready to move In, $36,000 runs ft looks good. $1150 obo. 3350510. :
Fall 90. Call Anna at 335-6723.. 3-13.5.5 NC $150 Mar. 16-23, Call Kelly 373- assumable FHA mortgage, call Sue YOU WRITE WE TYPE

4187, 3-0-8-6 Lillycrop 372-5375 or r... 3766130. 10 WANTEDLocal Business Legal Personal Reports i
Room for r.nlln 2bd apt. Close UF, turn Coldwell Banker/M.M. Parrith ft Aatoc., Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.

or unfurn140mth I +'1/2util. May thru ? Only MUST SELLI! Sherwood 140w amp JVC Inc. REALTOR. 3-12-2-7 Artist needs: GOLD Gems, ClassRings G'ville Handicapped Typing
4mnth laaa*. Call 335.0589 until 378-7179.
12pm. 100w amp, MGT alec crossover 2-10
3.9.2.5 ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fin.J.w.lry .
woofers cult spkr, box.mini truck
373-9243. 4-30-75-10
klngcb. everything cheap. 3716704. 3-9- 8 MOTORCYCLESOrange Typing A reports A business A legal I,
LAURELS. M/F NS SHR 2BDRM. 1/2 7-6 resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications I
WANTED: weights and/or bench. Also,
RENT 1/2 UTILS. CALL 336-7522 LEAVE and Blue Insurance now covers A Ittters A notary .etc. Available I
dorm-size refrigerator Call 472.3928
MSG. 3.12.3.5 SPRING BREAK-R/T Airfare to Philadelphia motorcycles! Low rates, low payments, after' 6pm. 3-13-4-10 24 heurs/7 days/372-2777. 4-30-75-12
from Tampa Mar2125. $158. 752- sale rider discounts fast drive-thru service -
Rmmt. Wanted M/F S/NS own Bdr/Ba. For 3081. 3.1151Compullr.Apple 3772277. 3-12-10-8 Typing $1 00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports,
WANTED 6 TICKETS for GRATEFUL
more Info call Lisa at 335-9455 :
or 378- Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. Lltt.
DEAD on 4/1 In ATLANTA, not h.v.IO be
+ 5397. 3.14-5.5 HE w/letter quality 1985 Honda XL600R ENDURO excellent WCS 917 NW13th 373-9822. 4-30-75-
together call DOUG 3957877. 3-14-5-'
printer exc. cond., $550 OBO. 3327893. condition $1000. Great for school and 12
OWN ROOM, Mobile h. M/F N/S. Pet ok, 3-0-5-6 fun. Call John at 335-5444 (leave message _____

fenced yd. Wash/dry 4.5 miles to UF, call ). 3-0-5-8 11 SERVICESNW MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0330. Full

Erik 376-0579., $135/mo.' 3-12-3.5 KENWOOD 50 watt stereo rack system: & self service computing. Typing starts &'

tuner amp, phono 14 band eq hi-speed HONDA CX500 TURBO excel cond, all Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave 1.50/pg A Resumes $6 A Self service
Nonamk m/f needed to share 2brm 1bth dub dbl cassette deck. $450 3713127Ken. service records, new ban, 'fuel Injection near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from resumes $2.50/hr A ,15/page. Laser

apt. Walking distance to campui. Own 3-12-5-6 cruise $1500, call 335-0340 leave message. S20, '10% dl.c.IO students. 332-8917.' .. typeset graphics A spell check A theses
bedroom. $165 month+'1/2utillile. Call 3-0-5-8 30-75-11 A papers special characters A employment
376-1283' for detaila. 3-14-5-5 3 Tickets for sold-out Paul McCartney databases A mailmerge A training.
-- concert In Tampa. Good seats for cost! JAWA MOPED: Runs great! $250 Call WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 4-30-
M/F/ N/S own room In 4/2 house. l60/mo Call Jill at 305-9690. 3-0-4-6 376-0353 Leave Message. 3-14-6-8' BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 65-12
1/4 util. pets ok. Call 378-5572 Iv. mig.

3-12-3-5 Dining table w/ drop sides. Incl4 upholstered Honda Elite Scooter 150cc. It Is three Typing/Word Proceasing. Quality dependable
chairs $200. 4-piece white rattan months old and only has 210 miles on It. 1233 NW 10th Ave. service. Reasonable rates. Laser
Summer and/or/ (all ft spring nil/ rmmt for cushions/ 200. 336-8918. 3-13-5-6 Mint condition. Call Jay at 336-8777.. 3- 372-1664 prlnllr.377-117511111:00pm.: 3163512TypingWordprocesslng
own furn bd/ba In Rockwood Villas $250 14-6-8 MC/VISA/lnsurance

1/3 util/ Call Pam 335-4469. 3-14-5-5 Free Pregnancy Test WordPerfect
full
Fridge, size, manual defrost works ,
great. Bargain at $50 obo. 3778308. Ten- Sick of parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter Member 5.1. quality work ,fast results low rates,
NEED F to share 2 bedroom apt. for entire speed, real cheap $20 OBO. 3-13-5-6 4900 miles, excellent condition $600. National Abortion Federation dependable, personal service. Tara 332-
summer & maybe next fall. Less than a 377-2357. 3-15-8-6 1469. 4-30-54-12
mile from campus! Fully furnished $210a SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE
Dinn table ft 6 chairs' $80. Couch and love
month. Call Lynn 335-786811 3-14-4-5 chair' $60. Coffee table $25. Table fan $5. 1985 Harley-Davldson: Sportster I 1000cc Get confidential' testing and treatment at TLC for your papers projects theses,

392-7923 after' 5pm 335-6217.' 3-9-3-6 Excellent Condition. $2600. Call 335- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4. etc. Pro wp Mac 2, laser) Graphics, sp.

2792._'Includ. helmets, security ch.in.IlC. 30-75-11 chk.. ,reasonable nts, wknds 373-9619.

6 FOR SALE let. Diamond Ring. Diamond Is good qual 32710.12
ity. Have Diamond c.rllllc.teand receipt. AAA STORAGE __

Paid $1795,will lake 1000.' Call Jay 336- 9 AUTOSORANGE Close to UF, Convenient ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER

Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more 8777. 3-14-6-6 4x4x4 $,Slmo WPS ENGLISH GRAD edit/proof/spell
AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow 4x8x8 $25/mo no cholesterol Rlpp 376-3649. 3-28-
I brands are all at our New Location! Car
rates, low 'fast drive-thru 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.1771
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- FOR SALE: Gator Nationals Drag Race payments 20-12
1 2070. 4-30-75-6 Tickets 3 reserved seats with pit passes service, ae habla Espanol. 377-2277 4-30.75.11
Sat. Mar. 17 $45 ... 395-7227. 3-13-5-6 377-CARS. We care. 3-12-10-0 IBM Compatible WP 5.0 laser Printer

** GATOR MOVING ** Legal, Medical' Terminology Reports, Papers -
I Rockford Foagate, Yamaha, Pioneer PRINT 30' X 37" signed by LeRoy N.I- 86 Pontiac Grand-Am: excellent condition Full/Serv / Thesis. Call 378-2034. 3-13-10-12,
'Infinity Kicker Code Alarm. The Beat man. Lions and Cubs. Exceptionally beautiful low mileage $1500 plus take over Item/Hse Full.Mov/Storage/Packlng 1 1-

Car Starlo Installers In town. Car Stereo framed well. 4621673. 3-13-5-6 payments. 336-0011 or 372-3136. 3-9-5- Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill Days/Eves.3744791. 4-30-75-11 Long dis. Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable

to Go. 375.1134.3075.1 service. Masters In English will check
For Sale 87' Jawa Moped with low miles. Ford LTD 1979. perfect cond. pb, ps, pw. .p.lllng.nd edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 3-16-
Please contact Justin at 374-4870. $350 Leaving U.S. must sell $1000 please call SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 9-12
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control obo. 3-27-5-6 after' 5pm or wkends 378.2051. 3-9-5-9 boarding woodser facilities *
an/ear truck hay rides A parties sales *
or van fully guaranteed will working
TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser
demo. Call 336-9193 .tud.nllv. message. Color TV 19' RCA like new. $1 S0 obo. Call 1980 Chevy Citation, good condition, reliable students sccepted. 466-3224 375.8080. vice. $1.25 double Call 3738387.
space.
4-30-75-11
4-30-72-6 Nikos. 392-9387 weekdays, 335-4859 or transportation 4door. $900 OBO. 3-26-10-12
335.1284.v.nlngl. 3-13-5-6 335-6835. 3-12-5-9

*SUNBELT MOVING* Great typing) English maj/ret. court rptr .
Car Alarms Autopage, Chapman. Home Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera LS 1982 4-
Airbrush Wi pump, Pro-Matcutter AnswerIng Professional 19 S Excel.spellgprootg '.
and Car Stereo. Pioneer Sansul Sherwood Machine 4x5 Enlarger. Will take Beat door, Auto ac, pb am/fm 64000 miles, !1ltemHouse Moving/Packing full. & Supplies. yrs exper.. legal/medical From $1.25 0 Call Jill .

3733754., and 4-30-69-6 more. We Beat All Prlceal Offer. Need $. 1204-1 NW 3rd Ave 377- $2200 or best offer 3772957. 3-14-7-9' Priced for Students Local/Lng! Marty 375MOVE.dltt. Lie/Ins.4- 377-9908. 3.30.13.12
4030. 3-9-2-6
30.75.11
I 74 Datsun 260z 4speed, white/black Int
Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near
Glass runs well but needs some work good project
table and chairs, Bookshelf. Reclining service.
Dependable quality
MICRO CENTERComputers. 3781.8Editor' chair Fullaize bed and dresser. Must car. $1200. Call 376-0058 For details. *FREE* campus.Reasonable rates 24hr/day., Call Carol

choice CompuAdd A Northgate sellneg( ) ASAP. If Inter call 377-3100. 3-12-5-0 Pregnancy Test 373-4464. 3-20-11-12
A H P. Price same or lower than mail- 3-12-3-0.
ofcter. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 85 Ford Escort GT Turbo ac, tinted windows Gainesville Women's
GATOR TYPING Low
Fast Accurate
((28ms), graphics monitor ... Ross m.nl'O..pd' bike $100 K.nmor.lg perfect condition. $3000 will nego HEALTH CENTER Rates. laser Discounts
MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295, tiate. Call 332-3430. 3-13-5-0 720 NW 23rd Avenue Quality printing.
micro like new $180, Necklace mans 18k '
avail. 3301M2 -
Days wknds. 3734564.
MC 386SX $1495 Northgate 386/20 ., gold rope chain new $425/now $300. $ 3775055ABORTION eves, ..
$2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery neg. 335-1651. 3-12-3-6 FOR SALE! 80 Mustang Ford 2 door. Automatic (To 24 Wks) ,
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics AC/H FM/AM White wblue BIRTH CONTROL
monitor $970.1 ft 3 year warranties. 5'9" TIC surfboard leash-excellent for Inter good cond. $2000. CALL 375-2690 Gynecology Services Word Processing Professional quality.
Onsite warranties. Panasonic 11SO printer beginners $100 obo 10 months left on Negotiable. 3-13-5-9 4-30-71.11 1 student prices. Fast reliable service.Grad

$/85. HP Laser Jet UP $1049.4110 SW G'ville Health ft Fitness $170. Alpine EQ school, law .chool.xp.rf.nce. 378-.
T1 *
34th St. 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 crossovers, 7 band $50 395-7877. 3- 1982 Honda Accord 4DR Sipd. 84,500 CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro 3-IVM1.1?
14-5-6 mi., light blue wdark blue Interior. On
campus must see, $2200. Call 395-9633 DJ service .1375.1413..3.30.28.11 13HELPWANTED
Apple Macintosh SE, 20meg hard drive.
HP deskjet printer 3200. Negotiable.Call Passport Rador Detector-1 yr. old have Negotiable. 3-13-5-9 *NEW TAX SERVICE*
Kevin 335-4317. 3-12-8-6 box w/all parts $150. 335-9125.' Ask for Affordable AVON 375-8967
rates, S/FORM
Andrew or leave message. 3-13-4-6 82 Mazda RX-7; Sipd looks and runs Free consultation Sell Avon Full or Part.llme/W. 'Train.

KLH 200 AM/FM stereo clock radio $125; great ac.stereo/cass. new clutch must call PAUL 372-6814 Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13
sell $3800 obo call 377-6731 leave mornings. 3-16-14-
TWIN BED FOR SALE good condition. met-
Raleigh' man's mountain bike, 25 'frame, ;
27 wheels, extras $200; IBM Selectrlo I Includes mattress box springs, mattress sage. 3-13-4-0 Stalls Available Now Publicity Director needed for Rec. Sport
Rocky Creek
Farms
typewriter 12 pitch fabric ribbon u correct cover at 336-0411 and sheets 3-13-4-6 ONLY $40.00. Call Laurie 1970 Camaro Maroon VERY RELIABLE 45 acres ring jumps TLC local Dept. Great Experience for PR major!

$75. 3381109. 3-14-7-6 $990 firm must sell, Mike 375-7485. 3- call 462-8127 or 4624311. 3-16-12-11 Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call 3920581.I .





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HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDNEW HELP WANTEDShands HELP WANTEDJ.C. HELP WANTED


| EARN $35 ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER Hospital' at the University of Florida PENNY Oaks Mall Electritlan helper needed for 10-week period -
I This week for new donor (for 2 plasma CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions lor has the following part-time positions Earn quick money! In G'vllle area. Must have experienceIn
donations on our new automated ma- program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis avail: We need students to procure quality commercial, Including conduit In wire.
I chines. Special, bonus programs each : Performing Arts; Wsterfront. Inquire: charge applications. Each completed application C.1I1-800-330.8704..k for Bob. 3-13-5-
I month. Free refreshments, free parking. Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave. Secretary ((1pm-5pm. M-F) require 45 Is worth $2.50. Please contact
Experienced staff serving you since 1069. Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeeglrls( ), 16 CWPM 2yrs secretarial experience; word the personnel' manager, Mon-Frl. 8 to 5 Assistant, Teaching Position at Flowers
Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 Horseneck Road Montville NJ 07045. processing and data entry experience.Receptionlst ph. 331-2222. EOE M/F./ 3.gI13Arby' Montessori School 3111 NW 31st. Ave.
SW 4th Ave. 378-8431 Mon-Frl 8-7 Sat. Please 18007760520.. 4-18-48-13 Apply In person Mon-Frl 1pm-3pm 376-
I 8-2. 4-30-73-13 (Bem-lpm, M-FI) and Roast Beef: Now accepting applications 4700. 3-15.5.13
Need volunteers for 2 week of for full and part-time help. Applyat
a study anew ((12:30pm-Spm.: M-F) requires 35 CWPM
psoriasis medication 331-5379 4- 1 secretarial/clerical Arby's Roast Beef: 1405 SW 13th Sir.
yr. '
Recreation supervisors, camp counselorsand experience as No Phone Calls Please! 3-12-5-13 WANTEDA
specialist needed for summer recreation well as excellent phone skills and ability
Publicity Assistants needed for Rec. few sharp people who would like to
program. 8/1S-8/3. Apply at City ol to deal w/publlc. make lots of fast) ambitious
Sports Oept. Great experience for PR ATTENTION POST money Anyone
Plantation 400 NW 73 Avenue -Plantation majorl Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call Please specify which position interestedIn GRADUATESEARN is qualified! Call today after' 5 or
FL., 3-0-5-13
382-0581. 3125.13 when leave a message anytime. Kristen or Harold -
applying. Applicationresumemay
TOP $$S 371-1968. 3-14-4-13
be suD. by Wed. Mar.7,1890 to:
Anna C.plt.nloSh.nd. The Cape Canaveral Think Tank
needs 200 outstanding graduate Need gas meter reader on Tues, Thurs.
-' STUDENT GOVERNMENT Hospitalat students .academic/ fields and Sat. Fat tire bike and m.dlc.'ln.ur.'
the University of Florida
BoxJ347Gainesville for part-time Think Tank ance needed. Will train. Pays approx.
operations. The Imaginative and f8.00/hr. Call 375-8826 with name and
Is FL 32810
now accepting applications for EOE Innovative Individual should apply. phone only on 3/9 or 3/10. 3-9-1-13

I--J Assistant Cabinet Directorsand Send transcript, GPA photo, and
LOOKING FOR A SUPER short bio wstarts to: RETAIL STORE
staffSupervisor SPLASHTACUIAR- SUMMER JOB7Summer CCTT, P.O. Box S852 Tltusville, FL Full & part-time positions available. Must
32783 have HS diploma and be 21 years old.l'
Waves Waterpark on beautiful
Previous retail experience preferred but
of Elections J.kylll.l.nd. Ga. has seasonal openingsIn
Rocky Rococo Pizza Now Hiring Counter not required. Please apply In person.
the following areas: certified lifeguards Persons, Delivery Drivers, and preps for Nells Take Out
Qualifications: 1)) Must have food service, merchandising, admissions full a part-time. Apply In person at 136 1608 NW1 AvenueGainesville
guest services, rentals, NW 13th St. 3-13-5-13
FL
served on Elections Commission; or administration, maintenance, and park

services. Internships available. Housing CJ'S Waitresses wanted, day & nightshifts PR Position if you are a mass communications
2)) Served as an Assistant Supervisor available for non-local residents. March 3423 SW Archer 375-2337 apply grad or soon to be grad, send
3 Election Commissioners Interviews now being scheduled for these anytime. 3135.13 resume to Ocala, Jai Ala!, PO Box 548,
to
fun summer iobslll Call us for your Orange Lake FL 32681. No Phone Calls
Student Elections Spring Break nl.rv.w. Don't miss outll Join the Gator Getter Team! Applicationsnow Please 3-15-7-13
oversee Body For complete info pick up an applicationand being taken! 2nd floor stadium FB
Assistant Treasurer brochure at your college placement office. See Betty only 8-5 March 712. PLANNING
office, or call 912-635-2074. Deadline for
Apply: 305 | Wayne Reitz Union application April 1 at. 3-16-5-13 Part-time Servers and Hostess needtd. INTERN
Apply in person only between 3-5p. EI!
Deadline: Friday, March 9 EARN BIG $$$ PART TIME Toro Mexican Restaurant. 1723 SW $700 BI Weekly
613-281-8258., 24-hr. message. 3-13-5- 13ST, 3-9-2-13

I Indian River County has a Summer Internship

Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar' Ar ArDelta position available. Program for 10-12
weeks beginning o/a/ May 15, 1990. This
Internship will focus on long-range planning
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited activities. Principal duties will be to
assist the Planning staff in completion of
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe Gamma the County's land development regulation
I revision. Specifically, this position will involve
10 Spicy sausage 43 Giraffelike 53 1551, In old conducting analyses,doing studies
1 Bridge 11 "- for AllSeasons" mammals Rome <.I drafting portions of development regulations
5 Of the feet 44 Gentle wind 54 Old Irish participating In public meetings,
10 H.H. Munro 12 Species 45 Joker script a and undertaking other activities. Excellent -*,
14 Bubbly drink 13 The 500 48 Luminary 55 Unit of local writing and speaking ability Familiarity
CELEBRATESits with d-Base III, Symphony, and PC
15 Revere 18 Bronte orDickinson 49 Healthy governmentInold d Arc-Info' desirable. Minimum qualifications .
16ldl 50 October : graduate student in Urban Planning
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ORLANDO On Oct. 31, 1989, Don ranked 13th in the nation, will beat No. 4
DeVoe took over the UF basketball team Louisiana State this weekend.It .
and guided it through players leaving, a doesn't matter that this year's LSU teamis
14-game losing streak and a last-place finish one that Gators coach Ernestine Weaver
*in the Southeastern Conference. calls the best she's ever seen. It also doesn'tmatter
Thursday night, it all came to an end for that LSU beat UF by nearly three
both the team and DeVoe at the hands of points in Arizona just last week.
Vanderbilt in the first round of the SEC The point is, the Gators ((6-5)) will be com
Tournament.With peting at home this week and that can
both teams playing a patient offen- make all the difference.
sive game, the Commodores made 19 of 23
free throws in the final four minutes of the
game to seal a 68-58 win over the Gators in
AROUND
front of 8,129 at the Orlando Arena.
"We really wanted to come out and play IV: SPORTS
hard and really win one out there," guard
Renaldo Garcia said after scoring five UF will take on five teams-LSU, Minne-
points. "I'm basically glad it is over. We sota, Wisconsin, Ohio State and George
need time to think this out and start over." ,r. Washington in tonight's Shands Invitational
The Gators finish the season with a 7-21 at 7:30: in the O'Connell Center. LSU ((62)is )
record while the Commodores advance to the only ranked team of the five and may
the second round of the SEC Tournamentwith asi be the first to beat the Gators in a regular-
a 15-13 record. season home meet since 1987.
Fr Home has been sweet for the Ga-
always
After battling to trail by one at halftime,
25-24, the Gators quickly fell behind r Gy'a"e tors. In the 1980s, UF lost only three of 54
regular season meets. On Feb. 16 in the
Vanderbilt 31-24 in the first three minutes
of f the second half. UF came within three O'Connell Center, the depth-shy team upset
points at 42-39 before a Scott Draud jumperand Georgia.But .
a layup by Morgan Wheat gave the Weaver isn't anticipating another mir-
Commodores a 46-39 lead. acle like that. She said the LSU team is both
The Gators then were forced to foul down very strong and very professional and will be
the stretch and the Commodores made tough to beat."I .
them pay, hitting 19 free throws seven think they (LSU) are a much better team
by Wheat, who finished with 11 points. than Georgia is,"Weaver said."Our audiencewill
"We knew going into the game that if we have a lot of entertainment.*
were behind and had to put them at the The gymnasts said although they lost to
free throw line in the final minutes,it wouldbe both LSU and Arizona State at last weekend'smeet
a bad situation for us," DeVoe said. Kt M r they were satisfied with their score -.
Junior Dwayne Davis reached a mile- UF's highest road score of the season.
stone in the loss on a four-foot bank shotto And they all agree LSU is solid.
become the 23rd player in Gator historyto "They are a really good team," said senior
score 1,000 points in a career. Davis Karen Brennalt.
finished the game with nine points and a REGGIE GRANT- ALLIGATOR Runners at NCAA IndoorsThe
team-high 10 rebounds. Senior Derrick Freshman forward Stacey Poole, shown here against Alabama earlier In the UF men's and women's track and field
Wilcox scored a team-high 12 points for season, led all scorers with 22 points Thursday night. teams will be in Indianapolis this weekend to
Vanderbilt but 35 in the NCAA indoor
more importantly played DeVoe said. "I knew when I took the job it it will await the naming of a new coach. But compete championships.
minutes at point guard without committinga was going to be difficult. I've learned a lot in the meantime, the players will continue Action begins today with the running events,
turnover. followed by field events Saturday.The .
about myself. t to play basketball
But the loss marked the end of the interim Freshman for whenever they can. Gators have qualified seven for the
tenure of DeVoe, who brought a ward Stacey Poole u "It's back to the event, and the Lady Gators have eight ath-
no-nonsense style of coaching to the UF scored a game-high ''F finishes 7 21, its Florida Gym, Alli- letes competing in nine events.
program and quickly fell out of favor with 22 points and pulled since 1982 gator Alley for pick- Divers at NCAA qualifiersFour
the fans in Gainesville.DeVoe,though,said down nine reboundsand worst season up ball," Garcia UF divers will be in Lexington, Ky.,
the season will not have a lasting effect on today and Saturday for the NCAA Diving
said. "I I
junior guard : hope.1. get
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I' his career."I B.J. Carter added 12 points. For the team, picked up. I might get the cold shoulder." Zone Qualifying Meet.
don't have any bitterness or scars," All four-freshmen Cristina CabreraTara

I Gators lose third straight 5-1 to FSU Justice Schubert and Jason-Thompson have qualified and sophomoreTami for compe-

I tition on the 1and 3-meter boards and on
the 10-meter() platform.A .

'Noles' five-run fifth-Inning explosion too much for UF to handleBy event top-six or a finish top-five at the finish meet on in 1-meter the 3-meter will

GUERRY SMITH played the ball. Perez scored easily and position continued Thursday against advance a diver to the NCAA Champions ips.
Alligator Writer Blanton stopped at second with a double. Finnvold.The Gators outhit the Seminoles Tennis teams at home .
FSU followed with three consecutive sin 9-7, but could score just the single run. In The third-ranked UF women's tennis team
What started as a pitchers' duel between gles to take a 5-0 lead and chase Corbitt. the first inning, Billy Minnis and Herbert plays host to its first home matches since Jan.
.Gar. Finnvold and Cord Corbitt ended in an The second-ranked Seminoles improvedto Perry struck out with Moberg on third 28 this weekend, facing Miami Saturday and
easy victory for Florida State as the Semi- 18-2 while the Gators dropped to 8-8.The base. Louisiana State Sunday at the Varsity Courts.
noles scored five runs in the fifth inning to Gators had been ranked 18th nationally The win, FSU's tenth in a row, broke its Heading into a match today with South
beat UF 51.Florida before two consecutive losses to Miami five-game losing streak at Perry Field, dating Florida, the Lady Hurricanes were 8-5. The
State sent 10 men to the plate in knocked them from the Top 20. to 1986. Florida had won seven of the Lady Tigers were 8-0 heading into matches
the fifth with four hits and three walks. Corbitt,a former teammate of Finnvold'sat last nine games between the two teams. against Mississippi State and Florida State.
Eddie Perez walked to lead off the inning Palm Beach Community College,did not Gators reliever Chris Law provided the Also, the No. 15 men's tennis team ((6-2,
I' and then stole second. Garrett Blanton hitI allow a runner past first base until the fifth main entertainment after the Seminoles' 1-2)) is home Sunday against Mississippi.
line drive that Gators right fielder Mike inning. outburst, managing to walk eight batters in Alligator writer Sharon Ginn contributed to
I Moberg appeared to have, but he mis- The Gators'woes with runners in scoring two innings without giving up a run. this report.r .

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NO -r 4 L k A C d -t n0 t t l t u,.do VOLUME 83, NUMBER 120 Scales says so long SG.7 Gators fall in first round. .20 Lombardi sets sights on colorblind campus J This ts the final article in a 5-par series examining the issues facing PresudentJohn Lombardt as he leads UF into a new decade By GEOFF BOUCHER Alligator Staff Writer It wasn't the best of introductions. When state officials met in the O'Connell Center four months ago to select a new UF president, a group of black students gathered among reporters to hear the decision When the announcement finally came, they threw up their hands, rolled their eyes and shook their heads Some even booed John Lombardi, a white man, had beat out the other finalist, Marguerite Ross Barnett, a black woman. UF officials were quick to praise both candidates and remark how Chlorine gas leaks; roads close By MIKE BRUSCELL Alligator Writer About a pound of chlorine gas leaked from a storage ankat UFssewage treatment plant Thursday afternoon, forcing UF police to close portions of Museum Road and NorthSouth Drive for about 15 minutes Although Gainesville Fire-Rescue workers determined the leak was not dangerous, employees were evacuated while the Hazardous Material unit replaced a broken valve, GFR Lt Brian Jones said No injuries were reported. Sewage plant workers discovered the leak shortly before 3 pm after receiving the 1-ton chlorine tank earlier in the day, UF police spokesman Brett Hodgson said. As workers hooked the tank up to the plant's sewage treatment system, a detection device ind cated chlorine was leaking into the air Plant workers called GFR at about 3 p.m to repair it. Physical Plant associate director Richard Boe said the leak was the first that size at UF's sewage plant, but added it probably wasn't the first ever. "I imagine when wt change tanks, sometimes ther is a little in the air." he said. "Not often, but it does happen." Even in amounts as small a pound, the heavier-than-air, poisonous gas can linger, burning the lungs, eyes and skin, UF chem' istry Professor Emeritus Charles Reid said. However, weather conditions such as wnd and rain affect the gas' spread, he said Bon said although the gas dispersed into the air, if more of it had leaked into a closed area, the results could have been harmful. "If its a very confined space. it wouldn't take a large amount to be serious," Bre said. close the race was, but to those 20 or so students, it wasjust another example of the way things work at UF Whether tF deserves it, black say it has been tagged as a good ol' boy" institution, a reputation that hasn't been helped by tense campus race relations the last two semesters The media pulled U into the spotlight when a student faction proposed forming a white rights group, an idea that came on the heels of months of complaints aggerated the situation, but gest problems are nonexis became students Lmba t, from blacks who say they encounter hostility from white students and harassment from UF police Lombardi, former provost of 'he Johns Hopkins University, says reporters have ex.rdt he does t sug'ant When he tIF's ninth president Monday, warned everyone not to expect any "quick-fix solutions" to histort maladies "There have been racial issues of conflict since the beginning of time," lombardi, 47, said "In the 1950s and 60s the issue of the day was providing legislation toestablish equal access That's why there were marches in the South and sit-ins in the North "Now we've had a whole generation grow up under around and to do,' "he to solve as that legislation, and we look say 'Hey, we still haven lot more said "We realize it's not as easy we hoped -w Vlw it ot, e-e o~ tose, (I o1L al hte Ired to take it easier [Ast TimonHi t L P11(e set ill) J student advet4ry tmnuiuete to suggest programs to improve relatiiin btteein olticers and blacks lit November, the Quality o1 I ne Task Fort' was treated to examine issues facing tlak k and H[ispanic students Itmbardi IpenlI his seCond daterniotoi on canpu. with the task Iorce and told the group If has to itike brisk mioritv retrmitniilt and Aliriative Action lop prorties He Wls) agreed with a task force proposal to start a cultural relat tons i(ourse A similar class will be reality at -lorda State Univer sity next year when undergraduate students will be required to take three credit hours see Tension. Page 5 urnrIrTwwwTh 4j I .4"' er A I' i -4 I l.4-. -7 t Hanging around For UF junior Todd Petrey, finding a place to study or relax between classes is easy -he hammock to a nearby tree or fence. SUITT COhK ALLIATR lust ties his portable Candidates differ on crime solutions U 7hs s the first in a 3-par serves examining the problems facing Gainesville and how the candidates for two city commission seats would handle them By BLAKE FONTENAY Alligator Writer In February 1989, UF junior Tiffany Ses, sons disappeared while walking near her southwest Gainesville apartment complex. No one has seen Sessions since. Seven weeks ago, UF graduate Ronald Willis was shot and killed behind a UP fraternity house. Who's next? Who knows But many students worry that they or their friends will become victims of a crime. Next Tuesday, voters will elect two new city commissioners and the six candidates for those commission seats have different ideas about how to make the city MARCH 13 only here but all around America, is personal security," said Tom McKnew, a realtorwho's running for the District 3 seat McKnew said that, if elected, he'd call everyone from his distiet who filed such complaints and ask them if they felt the police department handled those complaints properly Then he safer IThe big issue in everybody's mind. not see Crime, page 10 a I hoti l i f lo4pl 111,1 ,4r il

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I person I cast honoring co-op: 1timin and the presentation 'Arc We having Flaving I'un YetV tonight at 7 at Himorning ihI Call 372-29h) ested in s BGSO: The Black Graduate tuElana Gu (tenit Organiation will meet tonight Meia ti dieuss slate for next year's ofFestival lices in Reitz Union Room 349 FloridaG tonight at6 Call373-8993 DIrect Priyer:The Intervarsity Christian oil paint I elowship will meet tonight at 7 in morning PROTECT There are ways to reduce the risk of HIV infection as well as health procedures to follow once HIV infection has been diagnosed. Don't be dangerously misinformed. Learn all you can about AIDS now. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK (904) 372-4370 volume 83 ISSN 0889-2423 an with Mhe Unikvmsiry of Flo on Room 346 for a meeting and praise Cal 7316/ y: Anyone interested in par g n the Miss India Beauty needs to (o nta t Sha in or ay Call 33b-;023 *te: Frosibrc aker, an II risbee tournament with 28 ron the entire Eastern tates, is this weekend at and Citizen's fields. Call Ing: UFRecreation Sports cut presents *Onc Stop X )ay* Saturday afternoon ike Wauburg UF students, ully and their spouses can ied in several water sports Jones, 466-4112. The North Hall Co op is an open house Saturday at 11 for students interummer or fall housing. Call ssow, 395-7209. 1 Ads: The UF Martial Arts is this weekend in the ym. Call Jon. 392-0581. Art: An art show oforiginal fngs will be held Sunday beginning at I1 in the Uiversily tnltre Hotel U niverity Room (all Nicoll Gottlieb, 3 I 8859 GLSU: le Cay and [ laSbian Sident Union will have an xe utve committee meeting for March su day at 7 10 New members are wt I Come Cill the swit( hboard. 312-0700 China: The Chinese Club is spon scoring Sports ray at ake Wauburg, South Side Soturd ey beginning at 10 Callt im. 3775093 Latin Amarica: The Student Asoc atio: of litin Amer an Studies is having a picnic Saturday beginning at noon at Lake Wauburg, North Call 336-1004 Break: The Gator Outdoor Recreation Program is sponsoring a Spring Break trip to Key West March 22-25 Call 392t1655 Posted: Alachua County is sponsoring the 1990 Fair Housing Month School Children's Poster Contest to conmemorate the 22nd anniversary of The Fair Housing bw. The contest is open to students K-12 and lasts through March 30. 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FRIDAY. MARtCH 9, 1990. AICAmR 3 Brown tells classes how he got into comedy By M. MORGEN Alligator Wnter hntenng class late, catching his breath and limping on catches -Saturday Night Live writer and performer A Whitney Brown greeted beginning journalism students Thursday with a hearty 'Howdy, hello everybody'" Journalism professor William McKeen, who teaches Wnting for Mass Communication with journalism profes sor Julie Dodd, said he hoped Brown would help his students understand the difficulties involved in writing I want the students to respond to him like, 'Oh, yeah, the dude from Saturday Night live,"' McKeen said. 'But I also want them to realize that he's here to talk about what hard work it is to be a writer, and that it takes talent, skill and perseverance. Brown, who recently had a knee operation, attended classes Thursday before performing in the Rentz Union Rhon Ballroom that night He said he didn't plan to become a comedian until he realized he had few other options. "I wanted to be a writer, but oddly enough nobody wanted to read or listen to me," he said. Brown, famous for "The Big Picture" and an international news addition to SNL's "Weekend Update," was hired to write for the show five years ago and began performing six months later. He described when he decided to pursue comedy. "I was at a party," Brown said. "Everyone was talking at the same time, no one was really listening to anyone. It was just really a nightmare. He noticed that everyone looked up when three people laughed in the corner of the room. "I just realized from that -what great power laughter has to gain people's attention," Brown said. "So I thought, if I can learn how to make people laugh. then I'll be able to get them to listen to me." L I.', I-S --B Ist 6 ~9# I 9 'at? it oa as Otta a Saturday Night Live comedian A. Whitney Brown speaks to a Witing for Mass Gannett Auditorium Thursday aftemoon. B REGGIE GRANT -ALLIGATOR Communications class In FAU says scholarship story has mistakes By CHRUISTY HARRIS Aligator Writer A reported offer of free tuition for all blacks who meet entrance requirements at Florida Atlantic University isn't true, FAU and Board of Regents officials said Thursday. The offer, reported by United Press International, said all black freshmen would beguaranteed full scholarships iftheyhad a 3.0grade point average and scored at lent 1,000 on the Standard Achievement Test. lTiat was reported wrong said Emanuel Newsome, FAU student affairs vice president. "We admitted 28 blacks this year who received (tree) tuition and fees, which isaboutS1,250.We're trying to get 45 next year. We've raised enough (money) for that many." FAU is offering more of the scholarships it already had to boost black enrollment. Neweome said. Any blacks who meet en. trance requirements probably would qualify, but it isn't an absolute guarantee. Roy McTarnaghan, regents executive vice chancellor, said his 13-member panel that oversees Florida's nine universities increased FAU's financial aid money so they could offer more scholar' shipL. He said there isn't enough money to pay for all minority stusee FAU. page 12 Tax publicity may be illegal By JDN F. ERRY Aligastor Witer An Alachua County School Board official blames "over-enthusiastic" volunteers for violations the school board may have committed by allowing them to promote a political cause with public money. The school board may have violated both Florida statutes and its own policy by allowing volunteers to promote the $100 million school bond and -lent sales tax increase referendums on public property. Alachua County voters will decide both issues Tuesday. Gene lybowsky, administrative assistant to the superintendent, ripped a "One Cent Makes Sense political actioncamMAE( mittee poster off a wall inside the business office of theAlachua County School Board building'hursday Both the Florida statutes and the school board's own policy prohibit political and commercial advertising on school property. It's a case of being overzealous, '"rsowsky said. "The people affiliated with this thing are not political pins. They are involved with this because they understand the critical needs that confront our schools." st month, volunteers distributed information advocating the sales tax and bond without the re quired disclaimer describing it as a paid political advertisement. Disclaimers, which note who is promoting the cause and paying for the advertisement, are required by Florida law on all political advertisements, Many of the fliers also were printed on Alachua Elementary School stationary. Ty'sowsky said the fliers, which failed to show that the Make Sense Citizens Committee paid for the advertisements independently of the school board, were "not '1 13 appropriate." UF political science junior Ken Kopczynski, who opposes both the tax increase and the school bond issue, filed a protest letter with Supervisor of Elections Buddy Irby Wednesday and said he will sue the school board. Here is no such thing as ignorance of the law," Kopczynski said. "Ignorance does not validate any see Tax, page 12 Student groups urge Gator Dig to boycott tuna By MCOLE NEE AJIgator Writer oSorry, Charlie" some students don't want your tuna on campus. Statisticsestimate about 100,000 dolphins and porpoises a kIlled in tuna nets each year, and environmentalist around the na. tion say the killings are born out of greed not need. Angry students who han collected mor than 1,650 signatures will present a petition today asking Gator Dining Services to boycott saving tuna on campus. 'The group, most members of Envimnmental Action Group and Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, will present the signatures to the Food Service Advisory Committee at 1:30 in Reitz Union Room 357. A lecture and film on the killings also will be shown. Since the 1960s, fishermen have used a technique called pursee seining" to catch tuna by locating herds of dolphins. Scientihts don't know why, but tuna often run under dolphin herds. Fishermen use these herds to locate tuna schools. When the purse seine nets am pulled shut, the dolphins become entangled in the net and are drowned or crashed a they are hauled into the power blocks with the nets. fMey (dolphins) go through these power blocks, basically everything in their body is crushed, said EAG VKe President Shannon McWeeney, who watched the film. "It's really sad." 'The use of these nets is based on the presumption that there will be a tuna school underneath. But sometimes there isn't, McWeeney said. "Hundreds of dolphin were killed and them was only one tuna in the net -one tuna," McWeeney said. "I think it's incredibly sick that they were doing this out of greed, McWeeney said. Food Service Advisory Committee Chair woman Ilnda Bobroff said some members of her committee may not beup on the lasue but the committee is open to any suggestions students may have. "Irs a matter of what happens in the presentation and the discussion that follows the meeting," Bobroff said. "I've heard of the issue, but I did not know that it was of pressingconcem to people on thiscampus," If UF boycotts tuna, it will be joiningthree other universities who have boycotted tuna: University of Pennsylvania, Rutgers University, and the University of New York at Buffalo, said Eric Botsford, EAG tuna task force director. "It looksvery good," Botsford said. "judgWe, Bhy.tt, pag 4

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4 AIJIGA1*)I IT fDAY. MAHCl4. I W ELSEWHERE Experts investigate PIU1ADELPHIA (U[I) -Federal investigators crawled over the mangled cars of a subway train lhursday, searching for the cause of the city's worst mass transit accident, which killed three and injured scores more With typical caution investigators declined to conirim reports that the cause of Wednesday's accident was a traction motor which broke loose underneath one car of the six-car train that was jammed with rush hour commuters. National Transportation Safety Board officials Thursday held a media tourof the crash site in a tunnel just west of downtown's 30th Street Station. The wreckage left the tunnel impassable. NTSB spokesman Alan Pollock pointed to a traction motor hanging down from the wheel carnage of the third car Pete Brauner, an engineer with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, earlier said it Nine killed in separ CLEVEIAND (UP]) -Authorities say nine people, including five children, died in two apparent murdersuicide shootings within seven hours of each other Both shooting episodes occurred in apartment complexes -one in the Cleveland suburb of Mayfield Heights and the other in Painesville, about 30 miles northeast of Cleveland -and neither was discovered for more than 12 hours. The fathers were responsible in both cases, police said. Mayfield Heights Police Chief Dominic Caprara said Robert Lynch, 51, shot his pregnant wifeJoy, 43, and their three sons, Michael, 16, Matthew, 15, and Andrew, 10, about 2 a.m. Wednesday In Painesville, authorities say Bruce Clinton, 36. shot and killed Angela Green, 23, his live-m girlfriend, and their two children, Wesley Adam, 5, and Winston Allen, 14 months, about 9 am. Wednesday. Mandela makes surprise ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (UPI) -Black South African leader Nelson Mandela interrupted a six-day stay in Tanzania and amnved in Ethiopia Thursday for a hastily scheduled 24-hour visit to address the Organization of African Unity Mandela, in themidstofa17-dayAfricantouraimed at winning support for the anti-apartheid movement, had been invited to Ethiopia last month, said Ibrahim Dagash, spokesman for the 49-nation OAU, which is dedicated to the advancement of African causes. Dagash said Mandela likely would meet with Ethiopian President Mengistu Haile Mariam and officials of the Marxist government. He said Mandela might meet some of the estimated 700 fighters of the African National Congress's military wing exiled in BoycoTT tron page 3 ing from the response we have now, I am very optimistic about Gator Dining Service joining the boycot." Botsford said EAG and SETA will be around canpus collecting more signatures to present to Gator Dining Service Director Wes Miller next week. There is no canned tuna that EAG deems dolphin safe. "For a while, albacore tuna was caught with line and hook," McWeeney said, "but that soon changed." The demand for albacore tuna rose when the consumer found out it was the only canned tuna that was dolphin safe, McWeeney said But albacore tuna / / d d /f subway disaster None of these will give you AIDS: kissing hugging f/ handshakes / public resirooms / swimming pools, hot tubs / or sauns donating blood sharing cigarettes coughing sharing eating utensils / / mosquitos touching object handled by a peson with AIDS (doorknobs, dIshes, telephones, etc.) Leam all un about AIDS now North Central Floda AIDS Network -(904) 372-4370 appeared a traction motor that dislodged from under the third car had topped aswitchcausingthe following cars to derail NTSr investigators were combing the crash site, now cleared of blood and medical paraphernalia, to document the position of and damage to each car Panic flooded the train when the crash plunged the tunnel into darkness. Survivors said they had to step over screaming passengers in the wreckage to escape. Rescue workers, including Army Medical Corpsmen, had to use the hydraulic-powered laws of Life to cut through the twisted metal and free trapped passengers The last trapped commuter was freed 4 1/2 hours after the crash The 163 injured were rushed to nine area hospitals where most were treated and released. About 15 passengers remained hospitalized Thursday and, according to hospital officials, none were in life-threaten. ing situations. ate shootings Each man then committed suicide. The Mayfield Heights shootings were not discovered until about 5 p.m., aftera neighborcalled the apartment manager and said she had heard shots nearly 15 hours earlier. The bodies of the Painesville victms were discovered shortly before 9:30 p.m., after a triend called police. Caprara said a suicide note was found near Lynch's body. Other neighbors also heard the shots but did not call authorities. In Painesville, police Sgt. Darryl Dunlap said authorities went to the other apartment when a friend called and said she'd failed to hear from Green, who was in the process of moving out of the apartment Clinton was unemployed, but had at one time worked as a security guard and also applied for a job with the police department. visit to Ethiopia Ethiopia before his return to Tanzania Friday. For three days Addis Ababa has been the scene of demonstrations in support of proposed political and economic reforms, announced by Mengistu Monday. The government has proposedareversal of i5years of hard-line Marxist rule, and has said it will return land and agricultural produce to peasant ownership and permit limited political opposition. Mandela, freed last month after 27 years in a South African jail, spokeopenlyThursday ofhis planned visit to the camps, making him the first ANC leader to admit the presence of freedom fighters in Tanzania. Mandela was made deputy president of the ANC after a two-day meeting of the Congress in Zambia last Friday fishermen soon began to use the nets to keep up with the growing demand. Outgoing Student Body President and advisory committee member Ed Scales said he would side with the dolphins unless the livelihood of tuna fishermen were at stake. "I think that people are more important than dolphins but if there is away to catch tuna withoutkilling dolphins then we must pursue it, Scales said, adding that with current technology, he is surprised the tuna industry is still grappling to use the nets. Although millions of individuals who have learned about the slaughtering have already boycotted tubn, the impact of a large community boycott would grab the companies' attention, Botsford said. 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Lombardi, who taught Race Relations in the Americas at Indiana University, said UF's version could succeed if it let students make up their own minds and avoided preaching. I'd rather seetus workonacontent courseaddress Ing races and classes in historical context," he said Tuesday. "Let's give a sense of'who we are' and 'why we're here' instead of 'what we ought to think.'" The task force members seemed impressed with Lombardi's candor and his offer to personally teach the class. But one task force member, Black Student Union President Roxy Oliver, said while hisintentions are promising, just having Lombardi here is a remninder that double standards exist. .I still believe the selection of Lombardi over Barnett was racially biased," Oliver said. 01m not saying he's not qualified to be president. rNe never said that. But I think race and sex were part of the choice." But Oliver said her organization, which represents all black students and has 200 active members, is more than willing to work with the new president. And his first job, she said, is to make a stand. "Pd like to see him take a stance and have the university take a firm stance about the way people are treated," Oliver said. "No matter what a person's race or sex is, they should feel just as comfortable -n anyone else. How you get that done, I'm not surm, but that's the overall issue. Other black students say they aren't sure how to fix things, but they do know where the problems are. And themostvisibleone isthe proposed whitestudent union. Engineering junior Mark Wright said he never expected the protests, threatening phone calls or endless interviews that greeted him when he founded the group Jan 16. Wright said his only goal was to find other students who shared his disapproval of Affirmative Action, which he calls preferential treatment" based on race. The group, which needs a faculty adviser before UF will consider making it official, had two meetings fall apart when protesters, onlookers and potential members broke into shouting matches "What protesterss) are missing in the hystena is the fact that they are violating their own principles, Wright said. 'They prejudged usbefore they listened to us. They stereotyped us when they said 'Whites can't form a group without being racist,' and they weren't open to new ideas "They broke all their liberal tenets," Wright said While Wright upsets many blacks, most of them agree there are more pressing issues. Complaints range from poor graduation rates to the low number of minority faculty members and the difficulty black groups encounter when they seek Student Government money. Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen said there are no easy answers to the complex situations, but he said there is a simple way to make UF better "I think we have to treat each other with respect," Sandeen said. "More important than anything else are the daily activities of individuals in the normal business of the university as it occurs every single hour of every day. "That's where the rubber hits the road -in the day-to-day contactsstudents makeas they go to class, work together and eat meals together." he said.if you learn about other people and respect them, we won't have to worry about prejudice" 0 A Dedication to Excellence "Ourstudents must be able to say,'lam better,lam furtheralong because I did my work at the University of Florida.'" FRANCS A ALLEN Huk1rC Hust Enntnl Sdialer UFCpofraf Law Faculty such as Eminent Scholar Francis A. Allen, UF professor of law, typify the dedication to educational excellence that has made UF one of the nation's top public institutions. 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h ALIIroAR, FRIDAY, MMI 9P N"N OPINIONS The count to Spring Break is down to seven days and most UF students are thinking of ways to leave town early So, in honor of the upcoming break, we break out the bathing suits, pour on some suntan oil and get set for another week of Darts & laurels DART to all the lazy, apathetic students who didn't take an hour out of their day Wednesday to listen to the four candidates running for the District 3 city commission seat. Especially the 500 students who registered and didn't show up. How are you going to make a decision Tuesday? The candidates said the 50 people who did attend made up an average crowd. But it still wasn't enough. No one is ever going to give students power. They must be willing to take it and it looks like they don't want it. LAUREL to administrators and UF workers for finally installing condom machines in bathrooms around campus. Traditional-aged students understand administrators' embarrassment about the subject, but those who have grown up with the horrific stories of AIDS are ready for this. One thing bothers us though. Health Educator Joanne Auth said the machines might be removed if sales are too low. That's a bad idea. If only one student buys a condom and uses it to have safer sex, the machines will more than pay for themselves. It's life, not profits, that we are concerned with. LAUREL to President John Lombardi for being true to his word and walking around campus. You'll periodically see a red pick-up truck parked in the best spot at Tigert Hall but when you don't, don't assume Lombardi is out to lunch. He probably walked from his home across from the O'Connell Center that day. LAUREL to the four readers who responded to out call last week for comments to Lombardi and DART to the thousands of students and faculty who didn't. It's rare that students don't have a gripe about something on canpus, yet no one took the opportunity to speak. Doesn't anyone have anything interesting to say? LAUREL to the House Health Care Committee in Tallahassee that has reintroduced the proposal dubbed the "Right To Die" bill. The proposal would make it easier to stop the forced feeding of critically ill patients, a measure Gov. Bob Martinez has threatened to veto. The bill would allow doctors and family members to remove food and water tubes from a patient if two impartial physicians agree the tubes are the sole means of prolonging life. Doctors and family members should have the right to choose whether to keep someone alive by artificial means. And legislators should allow citizens to choose their loved one's destiny. It's hard enough to deal with the illness or death of a family member the pain only can be compounded if laws force a person to act against their wishes. aitgator Edi,,r Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Ltns Pokiy L.tn t ..fo'rhcuw -nSe.d200 OitsceQA flnfl#IO .) Tbr. hbu b tea. dtl.C -5inrd hny T nh s iho. Wo nnd .adiwv and t.Jsrn. nU e n W111114100 -" i .' w J.ut .s. isau nusy ii as.ti.n ma OWN 4dii c. saiwo a 37.mM I0 V ) y STO )) C Something alien is going on here Elections in the Soviet Union. The end of the Cold War. Reunification of Germany. The release of Nelson Mandela. Eeek! Who, in their right mind, could have envisioned any of this? And, it's all happening so quickly Things are going so well, it's scary Could it be .dare I say is it .long-termn world peace on the horizon? If only Lennon -not Lenin -had lived to see this Ah, life is good, ain't it? ne world is finally going American style. We're talking McDonald's in the U.S.S.R., people. The world's largest Kentucky Fried Chicken in China. Confrontation, you say? The cola wars is about all we have left and it's going international But the world wasn't built forpeace. Look at history. folks. Creed. Corruption. Paranoia Fights. Tat's the fuel that keeps man's fire going. What will red-blooded American lunatic leaden do without Commies? Hmmn. We need some enemies. Fidel Castro can only pose ao much of a threat. Without the Soviet's money -and God know's they're hurting for bucks -he'll be small potatoes. Whatever happened to the Ayatollah or Khadafi? All of a sudden we've got no one to kick around. Where will we displace our aggression? Who can we point our finger at? Geez, with the world becoming more unified everyday, seems to me we need a com.n mon eteny. How about aliens? Yeah, that's the ticket! Good'ol, oblong-headed freaks! Pinko, stinkin'aliens from outer space. What aliens you ask? Well, that's just a formality. muuurrnuuummu Story insensitive to Hare Krishnas Editor: It was with not a little distress that the Hare Krishna devotees here in the Gainesville temple read the article about our movement published on March 6. This article was poorly researched and inaccurately presented, yet, another example of insensitive media portrayal. I will assume that this bizarre picture of the Hare Krishna movement was due mainly to a lack of understanding. Perhaps I can corred ome of the mIsrepresentatio s. ...,. ... so, Anthony Ledermar ON THE INSIDE my friends. According to reports roman ex-CIA agent an ex-Federal Aviation Administration agent and a fey other blabber mouths who make up the "they" in ou government, supposedly the dirt on aliens on earth on its way to your favorite media outlet. The Pandora's box of UFO's is about to burs[ wid open. The government can't hold it back any longer it seems. Soon, news of aliens will be just as commo as Corby eating a Big Mac. Sure it sounds crazy. But if someone told you fiv( years ago, heck, even two years ago, that the Berli wall would come down, the Soviets would be election leaders, the United States and the Soviet Union would consider pulling troops out of Europe or that we'd cu the defense budget, you'd have 'em committed Think about it The Middle East has lost its abili3 to scare the superpowers, President Bush could b. "doing lunch" with Gorbachev one day soon ad thEuropean Economic Community will form in 1992 nese mind-altering occurrences point to an Inter dependent world. With a world economy, blowing u: the other guy would only be hurting yourself. What would man need a united world for, exactly Why, to fight another world, of course. Peace, baby. Anthynj Iadern ias aln Alligator writer ad jonaliam senior who'l -ar seen a UFO. Firstly, in ten years I hane never witnessed any Hare Krishna devotee "kis the floor." We do, however, offer obeisances in the temple as an act of submission to God -note the capital g. Secondly, the diornma 'Karia"t should not be misconstrued as the temple deity. Rather, it is an artist's depiction of the reaction to meat eating. Also, most devotees do marry and raise children, begotten in the usual manner We do maintain however, that chastity is a virtue$ The total abstinence statements can be strongly contrasted with the three or four hundred million we,'. shipers of Krishna in India, where "ogeny is net in short supp. All of thi, of coure, does no add up to d Journalism I suggest that fledgling jour nalists interview the prope authorities and present stories in, historical context. Te Hare Krishna faith isa forn of Vakahnavimn with ancient rot in the Indian subcontinent It has adherence in virtually ever: country, from all racial, social 04. economic backgrounds. Too Vaishnava philosophy is powerfi and intelectially stimulating We feel that the Hare Krisl movement has much sanity to offe to a world plunging into 1 precarious future. Sksva*S DaX 4 Ma.e--.-

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FRiDAY, MARCH 9, 199h, Al"GATOR. 7 COLLEGE GRADUATES Put your education t9 work-becomte a r 's Assistant "The Cfor the 90's" at The NadonalCeier for Pftnk l ning a a20s A5aypxu epimcn 1,01011 emloyn W38 3 mnth day pivw with hcwMig asu Diverstfied CunrkuIun-pcihht in Lifioe.in, CorpomT. or hal -and Pws-mduiqa tompjaens is the Pntice fa w' Meet with our repre.setsive Tuesday, March 13,9:00 .5:00 contact (C6" Pcrinewn Offie., app.frnis. T1he fladllood Censwr hn alig no0-223-261s t thalsi, co 04266-Wo0 cay -zip Cage W -ess. riss: nt y L L finnG si; t I Scales ends presidential term By ANTHONY LEERMAN ingator Writer Ed Scales has a trait that can be both beneficial and detrimental to his political career-he likes to be liked After a year of few shakeups as UF Student Body President, Scales says his term was successful because he feels he accomplished a lot But more importantly, he ruffled few feathers. Taking pnde in the fact that he upset few people, Scales boasts that he has never vetoed a bill. "I think that's an accomplishment," Scales said. "It shows that we had good communication with the Senate throughout the year." Indeed, a large majority of the Senate was elected under Scales' party, Students Unite Now Surrounding himself with loyal als friends, including InterimTreasurer and former Chief of Staff Scott Thomas, Scales enjoys the relationships he developed while in office. His posttion allowed him to rub elbows with Gov. Bob Martinez, Florida's Board of Regents and other state political figures. Notthatheneeded to meet newpeople. Scalesbuilt up quite a resume during the past six years at UF Besides being on the Board of Regents and student president, he was appointed student lobby director in Tallahassee by Martinez, was a member of the board of directors that oversees The Independent Florda Alligator and a student senator. He was in the spotlight as aTV 69 video jockey, a Rock 104 disc jockey and as Mike Man for the Gator cheerleaders To remind himself of his election promises, Scales kept his party platform under the glass on his desk We've us lowere me nce icet to 0 your e to. Announcig elowpdeintheMactosh Plus. Lflwnsn Arnna-aswsslta. t -sa MOR -m : "4 SAT: -3 For more rnformitWon cA. the Coltomer Service Desk at 392-0194 and looked at it every day But he is most proud of an accomplishment he didn't promise He persuaded Martinez to draft his plan for student tuition increases instead of the plan submitted by the Regents. Scales' plan recommended that tuition be raised 8 percent for in-state students and 18 percent forout-of-state students. The Board of Regents asked fora 15 percent increase for all students. Scales said this showed that students, represented by the Florida Student As, sociation, are more credible policy makers than the regents. "it wasn't on my platform," Scales said, "but it's the best thing that could have happened "The tuition plan that Ed proposed and the Governor supported was a historic moment in SG history," said Presidentelect Michael Browne, who will be sworn in today to replace Scales. Scales is rightfully proud of his accomplishment, said Juan Vitali, who worked for Scales and ran as the Today party presidential candidate against Browne last month But there was one problem with Scales proudest moment, Vitai said When Scales ran for president last year, he promised to fight for no fee increases last year, Scales supported an 8 percent overall increase, and this year he supported the two-part increase. Scales said he believes the notoriety received from Martinez's recognition gave him credibility. He was noticed and rewarded by the governor. Being noticed and rewarded are two traits Scales thnves on leading SG was like being on the Board of Regents, he said, because he enjoyed it and felt he accomsee Seal", page 9 Why did the chicken cross the road? To get a copy of The Alliga tori ;=7 -ad

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SCALES from page 7 polished a lot for students. But he said the >b gave him far more scrutiny than any other job he has had. 'I like being liked and I've never been in a lx)s trm in which lve taken a lot of heavy cret ion," Scales said. Up until this year 've never had any real enemies Never," he said. Besides promising no tuition increase and having to raise it anyway, Scales also supported raises in the Activity and Service and student health fees. He said he supported the I5-cent percredit-hour increase in A&S Fees to build up intramural sports and to pay state-mandated salary increases at the Reriz Union The 29-cent health fee increase was supported, he said, because the infirmary was in disarray Health fees will be $4 per credit hour this fall. I can swallow a little pnde and admit that Broke a campaign promise,' Scales said "I thought I had to do what was best." Other promises broken include the instal lation of bus shelters near Turlungton Hal and the HUB, phone registration and fulltime academic advisement. "The numberone problem on this campus is academic advisement," Scales said, with the second and third problems being registration and drop-add All three wouldn't be immense problems if Tigert Hall would be willing to do things differently, he said "Tat has been the most frustrating thing in the world for me," Scales said. "I have to ask 'What does it take to do anything new and different' i'his university has some type of unnatural unwillingness to do what works at all other major universities," Scales said, "and that's to bring in full-time professional academic advisers and shift that function in the lower division away from the faculty.' Scales said he lobbied for more need and mierit-hased financial aid at UP HeI sad financial aid doubled to $9 million from 84 r. million. Scales also initiated a recycling program and worked with Physical Plant to place recycling bins on campus. His administration also allocated funds to repair broken appliances in the residence halls. "We had $35,000 worth of ice machines, vacuum cleaners and televisionsthat SG had bought for them in the past and had not funded to repair," Scales said "So we spent $3,000 to help 6,500 students, plus it gave ERII)AY, MARtH 19)9. ALUGAI)R.4 us the residence hall vote One promise neither broken nor kept was the 24-hour library After debating with hbrany officials, a 24-hour library was established on a trial basis during the final exam period last semester Scales said it was a success but changed his mind about having it open for the entire semnester It is now up to library officials to decide whether the 24-hour library will be open during final exams next semester and thereafter It will be open during this term's finals. As for being president, Scales seems slightly relieved that the year is over "I'm ready for it to be over and move on to something else," Scales said "I enjoyed it, but I want to do something where I can't make people mad anymore ART FOR ALLIGATORS Proceeds devoted to scholarships, fellowships and alligator reasearch "First Year" The first annual sponsored print by Gregg Murray In cooperation with the Florida Wildlife Federation and the University Of Florida. One-time edition of 950 signed, limited edition prints in full color from the onginal scratchboard etching Posters, which include the same, will be restricted to a single printing of 10,000. ORDER FORM $100ea. ddSS la"*Framed limited edition prints $210 ea. Fine art posters $15 ea. .dd$25sob foruiuisg Subtotal (E usa .dav~ ax) Name Address City State Zip Signature Card # Lvisa Send Check, credit order to: Exp. Date MasterCard card number, or money Alligator Research Print Fund P.O. Box 1702-186 Gainesville, FL 32602-1702 TOTAL Published as a public service by The Independant Florida Allgator include: fresh dell meats, choice of bread, salads & soups wIbeverageand one hot specialty item each day am$1.00 OFF a :$1.OO ObFC Uamemems $4.95 $3.95 Soup & Salad COUPON 1 11:00 arn -2-00 pin Monday-Friday Inside Holiday Inn University Center Corner of 13th Street & University Avenue ran it0 S $1s Dapoe & (J N1 I RING WEEK b ..12 MtC43t1 2F RIl61 372-s1 livit b te hit Joasyano ytn sal!oi HERFF JONES Collage Rings I11104M U U U Un Limited edition prints Plose iliow 3 weeks for delivcy

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CRIME from page 1 said he would call police to 'he how the investigation of those cases were going Craig Hedgecock, a consulting engineer and part-time I engineering professor who's running for the District 3 seat, said he'd like to see the city establish a "career criminal unit. The unit would be composed ofpolice detectives who would work directly with the State Attorney's Office to solve crimes committed by repeat offenders, Hedgecock said For Michael Murphy, a UF student who's running for the District 3 seat, part of the solution would be for the city to take a more active role in encouraging citizens toprotect each other If Neighborhood Watch signs had messages about how many cnminals were arrested m those neighborhoods. itcould have a lot of deterrent value, Murphy said "It would be something to give the people from the neighborhood pride -it would make them work together," Murphy added W.E "Mac" McEachern, a retired telephone technician who is inning for the District3 seat, said he would considergiving more money to the city's police technicians program Police technicians are civilian officers who handle matters such as traffic accidents, allowing patrolmen to handle more serious crimes In fact, McEachern believes many of the funds in the police department should be re-allocated "More money needs to be going down to police cars and less for higher executive salanes" McEachern said In the District 2 race, Mayor-Commissioner Cynthia Chestnut said she would like to see the number of "commumity-oriented" police units in the city increased from two to nine by 1994 The units, called COPS teams, set up stations in the neighborhoods they patrol and become more familiar with area residents. The two COPS teams currently operating are both in southeastern neighborhoods but Chestnut said she would like to have the program expanded cityide William Howard, a retired UF finance professor who is Chestnut's only opponent, doesn't consider crime to be an issue He's running his campaign based on one issue -the problems he sees with the city's pension plan. I deplore crime -you can quote me on that,' Howard said. "Nobody really knows how to stop crime, so that's not an issue E WE NOW SELL TIRES I __ 3411 N. r M an L I -F 7:3Snap Crack Pop Brai Crispies r)i HOMECOMING 1990 AND GATOR GROWL are now accepting applications for HOMECOMING Alumni/Special Events Art/Graphics Banquet Barbeque -Campus Involvement Cocktail Community Affairs -Gator Expo the fo Gator Gallop Kick-off Party Orange and Blue Parade Printing/Graphics Security/Parking -Computer Coordinator blowing directorships GROWL Art Creative Production Security Skit Special Services Strike *-'Technical Video Apply: 312 1. Wayne Reitz Union Deadline: March 14, 1990, 4 p.m. Minor Tune Ups 4-cylinder 524.16 6-cylinder $28.74 (some models slightly more

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FAu from page 3 dents who meet entrance requirements 'There is no such free tuition plan," Mc arnrghan said Jacquelyn Hart, I equal opportunity programs assistant vice president, said tuition can't be waived. She said UF has been offering scholarships comparable tFA's "We blazed that trail years ago." Hart said "(FAU) is doing the same thing 10 years later (I'offersat least three minority school arships. Recipients are chosen from the best who apply and usually have an SAT score of 1,000 or higher John Boatwarght, UF minority admissans director, said the number of recipients depends on how much money is available last year, mionorties received 225 scholarships TAX from page 3 In a letter dated Feb 26, Irby board members that it might be to remain impartial warned school sued if it failed Tysowksy said volunteers distributed only a few fliers without the disclaimer later advertisements include the necessary information Several citizens who oppose both referen dums said some violations still msy exist Fionda law states using public property to promote a cause is a 'misuse of public position." But Alachua resident Joe Kirby said volunteershanded hi andhis wife One Sense Makes Sense campaign material on school property when they dropped off their 8-year-old son off at Alachua Elementary School March I Tysowsky said he was unaware of the bility of continued violations until Kopezynski filed his protest letter. possiafter BLACK HMAIR CARE * Everyday Prices Scarefree Cmi $35 IS L eiure C .i $45 *Relaxe's $20 *~ e WILD HAIR 374 8687 0 4'S. UMIfO-MANIA SEE fre StYLES MARVEL AT Dte PRICES "., r17rnc P4 .1A 4 L ur 2 1 ** "" "r q Your basic, uasi-fashion funky, fun, crazy, zany, natural fiber sportswear and assorted goodies store for men and women. 1025 W. 336 University -7025 Alamar Gardens Inc Aloha Gardens Aps Apartment Inn Arbor Apis Brentwood Apis Bevel Apts The Bicycle Club Apis Brandywine Student Residences Bridgelight Townhouses Brookwood Terrace Apr, Butler Enlerprises Cambridge Village Cameloi Apis Campus Lan Aps Cedar Ridge Apis Cedar Ridge V.ilas College Terrace Apt, Collegiate Livinq Orqarzaion Inc Colonidl Manor Apis Colonial Oaks Apr Country Gardens Counriry Manor Alats Coonir Vlaime Aoi Covered Bidge Ats Creekwooid APi s Deer wood Apis EsT Side Garden Apts F airmont Oaks Faster Properties Fox Hollow Apis Fredrick Garden Apis French Quarter Apjts Gainesolle Garden Townhoumsrs The Gardens Apis Galor Town Apts Gatorwood Apis Galor Village Apr Georgetown Apis oGlen Spr inrgs Manor Adis Gore Rabell Real Estato lrli Gradmiale Apis Granada Apis Graniwood Apis Greenmar Apis Hampion Court Apis Hawaiian Village Apt5 Hayes House Apis Hickory Place Apis Hidden Village Apis Homestead Apts Horizon House Apis Kennedy Homes Apis Key Management of Gainesville Inc La Bonne Vie Aps La Mancha Apts Lakeshore Vllas Landmark Apis Lyons Apts Maleslic Oaks Apis Manor Properties Maracaibo Manor Apis Margate Villa Apis McGurn Investment Co partment Owners 4 * -A Il Freedomp Freedom to Choose. Freedom to be seen. When 48,000 Alligator readers choose where they sign their summer & fail leases Will you be seen? Is k E You will If you advertise In The Alligator. Student Living Mi lihopper Vdlage Apis Mount Vernon Apts Oak Forest Apts Oak Glade Apis Oaks Apts Oasis ApIs Old Archer Couri Apis Oxford Manor Palm Bay Piccadilly Apis Pine Grove Apis Pine Meadow ApIs Pine Rush Apis Pinetree Gardens Apis Pirewod Apis Point West Apts Points 23 Prairie View ApIs Prairiewood ApIs Regency Oaks Apis Robinson Villa Rocky Point Apt Rusic Spring Properties Santa Fe Trace Apis Serenola Manor Apis Serenola Mairr 11 APs Sevpni h Street Towers Shey A sociaies Inc Silber Properties Sorortv Annex Apis Souths'de Apis Starlight Apis Stoneridge Apis Sugartoot Village Apis Summer Place Apis Summit House Apis Sun Bay Apis Sunrrwnl Apis Sucrise Apis Sunset Apis Coy Thomas Apts Tower OaksGlenn lowne Parc Apts Tree House Village Treetops Apis Tuncblin Creek it University Apis Ventura Apis Victoria Apis Villa Ravine Aols Village Green Aps Village Park Apis Village 34 Apts Vizcaya Apis Whisperwood Williamsburg Village Apis Windimeadows Woodgate Manor Woodland Terrace Woodland Villas The Woods Woodside Villas Guide If your complex has 50% or more students you should be in this section. If you want students, we reach more than any other media. Period. Let students choose you, not your competition Deadline: Wed. March 14, 1990 igiltfor Run Date: Wed. March 28, 190 Call us at 376-4482. GROW! with ALLIGATOR ADVERTISING 376-4482 Is M

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FRIDAY. MARCH 9, 1990, AULGATOR 13 49Everyday Prices* S$5 Haircut i $20 *erm it $15 H iles~ is 1IBES? W ilk Ir1 i l, As r 0111v & 13th St 11'p P.'[kmi IF* Find someone Advertse in The jia clossifteds 1101 373-FIND v FOR LUNCH, TRY SONNY'SBIG DEAL! Enjoy mouth watering pork sliced thin and piled hrgh on garlic bread, served with Sonny famous barbecue beans and a jumbo soft drink REAL PIT BAR-B-0 TODAY-Bll IS THE DEAD PLACING YC AND GOWN dnd I I m 10 ol al sat 3635 S.W. Archer Road e U.S. 441 at 1-75, Alachua MARCH L INE FOR UR CAP RENTAL 9 ORDER. YOU MA AEa vow ow M I CAW uioP I OoR ON E .U~ IHIE WBE A A4 CHEREEDEEW ( IER TODM). Florida Leader names scholarship finalists By USA KRONSCHNABL Alligator Wniter Finalists in this year's "Florida College Student of the Year" scholarship contest have impressed judges with their involvement in activities outside school I sensearesurgenceof student atvism in contrast to the sell tered attitudes of the l9S0s,' said W H "Butch" Oxendme Jr publsher of the Florida Leader, which sponsors the contest "Students are often stereotyped as coming to college just to party or find a spouse, Oxendine said "We want to break this stereotype by showing that makes students Threce of 13 honorable mention awards also were granted to (IF students [his year UF students competed in a pool of 130 students from 41 colleges rhey applied for more than $25,000 in scholarships and prizes "The quality has never been higher," said Florida Leader spokeswoman Tammi Hoffer Students were judged on their ability to support themselves through school while demonstrating superior academic proficiency and staying involved in ssues that are important to them, Materal-science erineermgjuinvolvement mor Caryl Brown and agricultural more wellengineering graduate student rounded and overall, better pecple.' For the first time in the contests three-year history, two of the seven finalists are from UF. In 1989. no (IF students made it to the final round, while one F student was recognized as a finalist in 1988 Bryce Kelly joined five finalists from four other Flonda colleges in being recognized as finalists. Kelly, a first-time applicant, said that his involvement in activities means more to him than the actual see Finalist,page 14 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT MOPED CITY SALES AND SERVICE *MOTOR CROSS ,MOPEDS *MOTOR SCOOTERS ,MOTOR CYCLES *JET SKIS SAME DAY SERVICE IN MOST CASES 9AM -5PM MON-SAT 904.378-5735 10% DISCOUNTIWiTI TIS AD d i 4 46 SPECIALIZING IN PllS & 90 ITALIAN SUBS WE DELIVER FREE 4320 S.W. 20th AVE. 335-2575 r --i-g--L.16" 1 7 .16" I Chentsl b I Plzu with 1ii I I s. I sem I I I *I Vawid c f'aress -a Was as jhwaf --d a s~ OfJ94~ E.g." Jwi. ia i. -.---------i ----------I 6 .Ii S Buffal 21 plh 1t:!!FREE byPay I I On E lbsJw 8, I----BUY ONE GET ONE FREE Ou1 meswdyeir -.I Any Foot Long Sub I I 1 SPlus a FREE call of Cobe S2LsrgpCheeewIth 2 S Tw&d 12"orI" I .u. I -,-. L. .ts.r. -HOURS MON. -THURS. -11 AM -12 ID FR. -SAT. -11 AM -2 AM SUNDAY -4 PU -12 ND all I al 2 9700 N. Waldo Road 3610 S.W. 13th Street PIZZA TO CAMmDE BUSINHE SALE E NDS MAXON .InS -reNnaAN I

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I ALLJGATR. FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 199o DU Y from page It 'It 90 percent of them did just a little, it wouldn't be so demanding for others, But half the lawyers do damned little, fanything,"he said Smith's firm is doing its share by establishing a $500,000 legal fund to provide attorneys for large public interest cases at no cost, Smith said Attorneys will donate their own money APiLvice-president MeganWall FINALIST from page 13 award "I enjoy being in the middle of things." Kelly said "My activities have taught me leadership skills. effective communication, and how to care about people Kelly is maned, works about 30 hours each week and commits about 30 additional hours to school organizations and church activities while attending graduate school Community health graduate student Kimberly Bogart, food-science sophomore Anita Dhople and neurological-biology junior Mi said money raised during the pledge drive will be used to proYide fellowships for law students who help the underprivileged or work ntheenvironment'sinterest "there has to be some sharing of wealth," Wall said "By supporting and helping each other, we can provide the public service needed while letting the lawyers make a living," she said Formore information onAPl, contact Megan Wal, 376-5493, or Wendy Edmonds, 373-5051. chelle Krause received honorable mention awards. Finalists will receive $500 in scholarships, a 2-day stay at a hotel on Clearwater Beach, two Busch Gardens passes, and several magazine subscriptions. The winner and the runner-up, who will be announced April 3 at a Tallahassee news conference, will receive additional prizes, including a computer, a computer desk and chair, a scooter, and $1,000 in scholarships. Sponsors include First Union National Bank of Florida, Winn-Dixie, Zenith Computers, Apple Computers, and Honda RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS TOUR iM STEP TOWARD SUCCESS IS TE GUEYOU COULD TAKE THIS SWME Ammy trOC Camp Chsan tra exourabng and I may beyour lastopporturity to gad. uate with an Amy Officers cOmnuon. TIE $KammT Con= cOmMh Tn CAB TAR. Contact Major Mike Fleming at 392-1395 or stop be Room 106, Van Fleet Hall today RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS w a -o C OR= Is Smoking Pot Addictive? Yes. DRUG AWARENESS WEEK MARCH5-9 A FRIDAY, MARCH 9 -REC NICHT AT THE UNION REC CENTER 6pm -2a m SPONSORS: OGkM, A, Ruse tktvnat A*** Mose., savest -o N == RVA Moom nmes No: sse ssami D. etry, ~t 0 Ovw -0. 0 a ., East sO, ft, els, Ron*, Al AT RI EK Mos. K A 4 U. A. .Y. *l6 TOPEPO YO %0UR BU0Elf K, ,.-Lt /, --~ -, I, -t --aAt shoney s SeakxKd Festival we make sure our deliuous WakXX dinners like Fried or Baked Fish, Fred or Charbronde Shnmp, .eafoxd Platter, and Shrimp Scampi ale mom than affoiable And that ncludtes unlimited tnpf to Shxnys Soup, Salad and Frut Bar Next time you want great seakxxi at a great pnce, head to Shoneys We'll make suiw you got a ub that %on I blow you out of the water IONE SEAFODFSTIALa Gainesville sharks check out fthe llgorfor eating places FARM LIOUJIDATION 1st OFFERING ALACHUA COUNTY RESIDENTS 5 Acres from $18,900 10 minutes to I 75 and Oaks Mall These beautiful parcels have it all rolling pasture -argue oaks paved road & power Perfect for commuters or future retirement Owner wdl finance Great selections Call Now Patten Corp owner. from 8 30 to 8 30 904-495-3441, Ext. 818

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FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1990. ALLIGATOR. 15 BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND S Ii gator lassifieds .U *ARIN MAiEE ALL S$4*I EO5fPM a M. *am a WIN"t AT fUi tCTI4 AT.COEO5M71E $3.50 STUDENT PRICE WITH STUDENT I.D. CARD 4AD IIWWENCE (5) H "U ot's R) FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Sumrn C 3bdr Condo, Cypress Point Females, immaculate $500/mo, Close to UF Call Fred at 372-0113 3-14-10 1 Avail Immd IOR apt in Sundwate Apta take over lease thru July 00 see of call manager 377-2590 0 335887 N ask for AS 3-9-6-1i Small apt close to Ur. quiet. private, I person. no petl. mature/iduli student free cable, $200 per mo plus utilities 370201 W -l, .I 2 completely urn rooms for rent No lease $1 7/moA1/3 utll 373-798t ask for Cindy or leave message 3-13-3-1 Large one bedroom, furnished. four blocks from library Available May 1 $245/mo Call Walt 33482071 3-16-6-1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Available now. SW 2bdr. screen porch. viaehid coiling fans, cent heat.ir. near bus, $375 373-0701 3-15-7-2 Hispanic Student Association would like to thank:a The Officers: DIEGO MONTES ROBERT MAZUELOS ANA CAMACHO JEANEITE ALBO MILENA LANZAS -VISA -ED BARBER (Alligator) -PHAR-MOIR -JAMAICAN SPICE -KASH-N-KARRY -LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES -HSA members -RAUL MATEU (SGP) AND ALL OF THOSE WHO HELPED MAKE THE FIRST EVER HSPANIC HERITAGE WEEK A SUCCESS. FOR RENT: UNFURN. Walk to Santa FE CC 1 FOR $270 $280. 2 BOR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sac Plus LMR Pool laundry, no Cats Or dogs Santa Fe Trace Apts 378 1190 4-30-75washer/dryer available $20 mo Cats Allowed $250-$350. sac & lmr 75-2 in most units for 0128, 1 & 2 Bath 372-8422 4 30SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $2 40 LYONS APT 4000 SW 20TH AV. 3"4"71 INCREDIBLE Shasio Apt. Stoning aI 18 Starting M* $2311/ 2 Sdron CAMBRIGE VILLAGE 110 NW Ph Ave. 376-3l 8 430402 'Check Our Nav Sp.iWs All Amanalto AvellsbI FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommates Available W'r No I REGENCY OAKS a376-57* 3230 Sw Arch. Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373-4600 2001 SW raln Street 4 30-5-2 Dump, your roommate Got a 2 bdr for the price of one Pool, tonna, sauna, W' room Stonerudge Apis 3800 SW 34 St 375-1121 4 30-45-2 /2 mil to c.mpu. Trees. qie.t neigh boyhood Clean, newly painted 2br apt, dw. was*er/dryr hookup, $3560/mo Call 373-0129 3-0-9-2 so l 2.50 Joe V&. The Volcano tAk,(IuMea:: M.~t Sol Tharsisnotg@@dneig Medhousos tmat Mi lotI go Hard To 11 'aw (fi LI 7:45,0 TOM CRUISE INE IN E OURiTi O0lJUIZ 7:S N FOR RENT: UNFURN. 4 or 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201 NW 10 St by UF now or So carport, cenI air wood floors College Park Proper ties 411 NW IS St 371-7777 3 16 11 2 HUGE 2bd 2b1h now or Fall Soi Air Apit 638 NW 28 Ave (of 6 St) Spacious grounds, magnilcanI oaks College Park Properties 371 7777 3 15 112 280 $24O STUDIO $199 110 NW 15 ST (I blk to UF) A 1222 NW 8 Av College Park Properties 41 t NW 5th St 371 7777 31611 2 1 d walk in closet Village West Apts 800 NW 15 Av (take 9 St N from 16 AV) 371 7777, 371 0251 Now of tall 3 15 11 2 28A1 A quad unit, avail Summer p0054 bly longer Fireplace, a/c, dishiaah, SW area, no pets S310/mo. secimr 3350213 313.3.2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE 12XGO 2Bd IBa, Washer/Dryer. Ne Car pet, Tub/Shower. Hot Water Heser Deck *3450 378 020 or 375-2003 8 0 7 hir 3-0-1 3 Rental Homes from $260 378-9291 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Subalt Ibd/unt Windmeadows March through July 372 9752 leave message 0ALTU.LIE SHOW As*pkI* i:Itt10:i1,SIt" a -ses.1 MY LEFT UAL IA "tL a The Little Mermaid 1:30 RW andSol 10 Civil War Drama N -UMl MAMOO^-en m leis SUBLEASE: HSE/APT 2 bdritba Apt carpeted. ,rnced yd for pets avai 311 $2201m n SW area Key mansgtmm392 3060(9 5pm)462 1299 after 5pm 3 12 6 4 Spacious Itbd1a Living sat in kitchen dishwasher. ceiling ran walk in clost, pool tennis and b-balt court close to UF $299/mo 335 4386 or 378 6741 no de posit necessary 3 95-4 2bd/1ba apt Camelor Great location Untrr $425/mo Sublei ttru Aug eand now Ire March and Aprilf Call 374-6576 3 13-5-4 LAKEWOOD VILLAS sublease for sum me, option for All 2 12 bdr2ba S490/mO 335-4217 3 20-10 4 2 bd twins avail immad $21 7/mo .12 PtI Call Janice ASAP 375 2032 This month free 3-14-5-4 Idrilba to sublet from April to July lat mo rent $100. he rest nag The Woods 33580052 after 7pm 3-14 44 Sublease bdr in Country Villag. ar Only $143/mol for May-Aug Great loca tiori & pool Call Debbie at 37-1865 3 5 ROOMMATES Ftmle to share 2bdr/2bs Townhouse in SW Area, fully furnished. wesher/dry.r $225/mo A 112 uthl Cali 336-6273 3-3010 5 Room in Forest of he Unicoriownhouse for F, pool, sauna, all amei infl $250/mo A 1/2 Wil 373-3564 3-13 1 5 Rockwood Villas. M/F rmmI to shars maba condo $2501m 112 1ll washidry, security system, many extras Kelly 335-6359 3 12 7 5 Classifleds. .. Continued on next page eti" ~5544par 0sldau evmf (wsh 1I0 11 Big fl) M ie'$ II' ans as 45 44 s 9A Wellt. se. an Riss 6Selaurday s t5 w ar houeI EASTERN FEDEPfL THERE -I LIA BAD INFLUENCE massearn 7 m 4,Il

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1873 Take Your Break In A Car From ) 1990 ,j. Jv*Jv.jIv*.1v*Jv*Jv.Jjv j~j.v .v .jv dV y J GET INTO THE SPING OF THINGS I\ \IF Gator Auto Leasing Special Weekly Rates As Low As $14622 -We Rent To 19 Years & Up. Call For Reservations & Complete Details Gatr Auto Le sig 335 N. Main 372-2561e 0i FRIDAY, MARCH% Wiy'rAALJJGAJIPJ1 7 HELP WANTED -ARN $35 This week for new donors for 2 plasma donations on our new automated ma chines Special bonus program each monih Free refreshments free parking Experienced staff servingyrouaince 1960 Call or Stop by Gaiesville plasma, 238 SW Ati Ave 378-9431 Mon-Fr' S 7 Sal 8 2 4 30-73 13 Recreation supervisors. camp counselors and specialist needed for summer ret's aton program 6115-4/3 Apply at City at Plantation 400 NW 73 Avenue Plant. Iran F L 3-9-5-I3 HELP WANTED NEW ENGLAND BROTHE R/SIST ER CAMPS MASS Counselor Positions or program specIalsts Team Sports ten nil, Performing Arts Waterfront Inquire Man Kee Nac(Boysd 190 Linden Avm. Glen Ridge NJ 07029 Danbee(girl) 16 Horsaneck Road Monivili. NJ 07045 Please call 1 00 770 0520 4 184S 13 Need volunteers for a 2 week study or a nfwpsoriasis medicalio 331-5379 4 Publicity Assistania needed for Rec Sporta Dept Great experience for PR major Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call 32 0681 3-12 5-13 FSTUDENT GOVERNMENT Is now accepting applications for Assistant Cabinet Directors and staff Supervisor of Elections Qualifications: 1) Must have served on Elections Commission; or 2) Served as an Assistant Supervisor .3 Election Commissioners to oversee Student Body Elections a Assistant Treasurer Apply: 30S I Wayne Reitz Union Deadline: Friday, March 9 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trade Mickel Jafe ACROSS I Bridge 5 Of "h et 10 H H Munro 14 Bubbly drink 15 R""r. 16 idi 17 Bridge over NYC-S Eas River 20 Sixth ens, for shar 21 Young gl a2 Coe 23 Storage boes 24 Tiny 25 S. 42 Aoo 32 Hurdy33 Coup dI34 BulIlring y 36 MCltuelm medium 36 M~1m~w.w 36 Place to dok 39 Soak lat 40 Sanfl voice 41 Fudge or afy 42 AnodW East 46 Frefil Scot 47 Tractor-el4.rs 48 Shaddorko 51 Protoo: W.r 53 Vwfli-it pron 54 Nudeon Plyr $pan 59 451-60 Issue ct 61 Grand or itl. 62 aro and as S3 Carle or saneon ft bridge of -7" 6""" 10 Spicy sausage I Ifor AD S. son.' 12 Species 13 The -500 1 Boe or Dickinson 19 Jersey 23 CivIl eng. 24 Structural beem 25 Moe vast 26 Mus of love 27 Range of the Rockle, 28 Sum er. in Cannes 29 Ac#tiv 30 European kite 31 Uncanny 32 AMNr 38 Asociate 37 Porter's piece 36 Cufsn 40 Cub Scout 'a41 41 Cheroot or Err -I DOWN Hoof amdmd Road urgess saw a pa01hn, 43 Giraftelike mammals 44 Gentle wind 45 .Joer 48 Luminary 49 Healthy 50 October brltonle 61 Muslim cal to payr 52 Meet -St. Louis I K 53 1551. in old Rome 54 Old Irish script 55 Unit of focal government in old Gmc 57 Middle nameless AWb 58 AdherentSt TO RE~uSPZZ 171171"n UILI 3"u EFI -IVt IEIH-ZE .,mW is A~s 1-n.i.fl ,eitus HELP WANTED Shanda Hospital at the University ol Fior Ida has the OllOwing part time positions avail *Secretary rpm Spin M F) requires 45 CWPM, 2yrs secretarial experience word processing and data entry experience ORsceptioist (Sam I pm, M F) and (12 3Opm-pr. M F) requires 35 CWPM 1yr scretaraIeielrcal experience as wel as exceFent phone skills and abii ry to deal w/pubic Please specary which posilion interested in when applying Applicationlresume may be sub by Wed Mar ?, 1990 to Anna Capltanio Sharp* Hospital at the Univensht OlFoi Gainvl 1L 326,0 EOE LOOKING FOR A SUPER SPLASH ACULAR" SUMMER JOB' Summer Waves Waterpark on beautiful Jekyll Island, Ga has seasonal openmigs in lhe following areas cer iii d life eds food aervice. merchandising ad missions, guest services. rentals administration. mainenance. and park services internships available Housing available for nonloced residents March int.rvWs now bing scheduled for these fun summer jobal Call us for your Spring Break Inervew Don't miss outil For complete Io. pick up an application and brchure at your c|'e placement office. or ca "1 2--74 Dadline for appllcalol, Apil lat. 3-Ill I EARN 0IG $$1 PART TIE 613-201-42M. 24-hr message 3-IS-Delta HELP WANTED J C PENNv Oaks Mall Earn quick money We need students to procure quali f charge applications Each completed application is worth $2 50 Please contact the personnel manager Mon Fri 9 to 5 ph 331-F222 EOE MIF 3 9 5 13 Arby's Roast Beet Now accepting Sppi cations for full and part time help Apply at Arby s Roast Beef 1 405 SWr alt Sir No Phone Calls PIeasOl 3 25 31 ATTENTION POST GRADUATES EARN TOP $$l The Cape Canaveral Think Tank needs 200 outstanding gradual. studets In all academic field. lor prl-trne Think Tank operations The imaginable and Innovative individual should apply Send transep. GPAs photo and Solt bic W/ $twrts to CCTT PO Box 5152. Titusvils, FL 327fl Rocky Rococo Pizza Now Hiring Counter Persona, Delir Drieris end brook or full A parttime Apply in person at 136 NW 13th St 3-I -13 CSWatresseswanted, day A night shifts. 3423 SW Arche,. 375 2337 apply anytime 3til13 Join the Gate, Getter team Applications now being taken) 2nd floor stadium FE ome See Betty only 6 March 72 Part-tire Servers and Hostess n.dedl Apply in peron only between 3-Sp El Toro Mexican Restaurant 1723 SW 13ST 30-2-13 Gamma HELP WANTED lectretsan helper needed for 10 week p. iod in G vile area Must have experience Icon mmercial including conduit n *ire Call 1 800 330 9704 ask for Bob 3 11 5 Assistant Teaching Position at Flowers Montessor School 3111 NW 31sn Ave Apply in person Mor Fri 1pm 3pm 37v 4700 3 15 S 13 WANTED A lew sharp people who would ike 10 make ioto of money seil Arnyone amti 'u' is qualledI Call loday after s or leave a message anytime risen or Her old 371 1968 3 14 4 13 Need gas maler reader on Tues Thurs and Set Fat tire bike and medical insur dance needed Will lrai Pays approx S0ithr Cal' 375 8820 with name and phone 9 only on 3TOr 310 3 9-1 13 RETA l STORE Full 6 part time positions available Musi have HS diploma and be 21 years old Previous retail experience preferred but not rsquird Please apply in person Ill Take Out Gainesville. FL P Position -i you me a mass communicatione grad or son to be ,rod, send resumee to Ocala Jai Alai. PO Box 548 Orange take, FL 32661 No Phone Calls Please 3-15 1-13 PLANNING INTERN $700 BlWeekly Indian River County has a Summer iern ship position available Program for 10-12 weeks beginning ola May 1S, 190 This internship will focus on long-range planning activities Principal duties will be 10 assIst the Planning staff in completion of the Countys and development regulston revision Specilically, this position will invote conducting analyses. doing studies. drafting portions of development regulalions. partIcipating in public meetings. and undertaking other activities Excelt lent writing and Speaking ability, Familia ity with dt ase Ill. Symphony, and PC Arc Info desIrable Minimum qualilica lions graduate student in Urban Planning Masts degree Program Send resume to Indian River County Persennel 1040 250d Street, Vero Beach, FL 32960 EOEAANVP Employer 3-0 1 13 SummerFalt Openigs For Admlnistra live Coordinatora In Housing. Applicae must be jurors or above dasificaiion OR have completed four semesters at UF GPA 2 2 or higher Applicants wIl, rev.dence hell wan experienc, and demon strated supervisory and administrative. experience or pontenial preferred Poaition is livei hlfi time Applaijons and Position descriptions available from Ma Housing Office next o Beaty Teaers orfrom area Assistant Directors The Dlvi aon of Housing Is EEO employer Deadline March 5. 40I0 by 4pm Housmn_ Office 3 91 13 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS, terminals A pc's. buy, sell, trade, rent repair Great prices. OUALITY, COCS S11 W Univ X10-0370 4-30RESUMES Same day. Next day Many Styles A Fonts Editing PC Lab, 17 ST A Univ 372-COW STRIKE GOL with i"' PC Lab Gold Card unlimited use of computers & soltward *904 months 372-650. 3-0-10-14 Income Opportunity s't your on hrpa 'l time high income potential What will 11 hurt to loOk "7-""M 3-1914 FLASHBACKS by used clothes, we also ade. and cone Convert your o cloeso caM, 376-3752 107 N Main ST open 10.6 IF14-614 P 't a 'ptter'"mina In your r for as little "a $0 ow trade pos cM. patibles. COCS 01i W University MalO7 3.1-7-14 Classif lads. Continued on next page. .AT Af -a -Si -Ar -or -A* -AT a AT -AA -A -A -A -ar CELEBRATES its FOUNDER'S DAY r [11IFC[] 17.111171111 Fiffnnar nir[w]t-tri rniinn nrili trnn[ Sir lgMUIN GW][g i;j ,.

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IS. ALJGATOR FRIDAY, MARCH 9. V99) 15 PERSONALS LADIES MAKE MONEY We buy A sell good used clothing Canl Second Act 373 0527 4 30 15 15 Vuarnei/Carrra'eay BanlGator Great Prices rog or r Su nglasses The Optical triboraTiory 35 5563 618 SW 4 Ave 1 block from Ala Gen 4 30 /5 15 No ral Foods' and Vitamins 8 ikeistock Sandals ,'llowns Headh Foods 8, SW 34i St 37? 7482 1 30 ?s is PRFiI NANTDon ( guess G immediate Pir results from a reliable source In ANNED PART NTHOOD 377 0881 4 in /s I1 NEI DtOW tOSr BIRTH CONTROL' Get Lot( al studumt discounts on exams and i pp ot PLANNED PARENTHOOD j,' o0r 4 30 75 15 Loo, Your Best Everydayl CdI Kate ot Omoga Electrolysis Inc for 10 about the PERMANENT removal of warnedd racial & body hair 374 430/ 10 /5 15 SUJUDENTS CF r CASHS For Qual hy Used Clntig Call Sandy s 37. 126 211 W Umv Ave next to Cors ,ai C Iy 4 30 75 15 SAVE ON RAYBANS University Opticians 300SW4thAve 3784480 4 30 68 15 Re Iz Union Barber Shop ground floor Poirntmons for busy studens Walk welcome -0 expert styles 392 1610 Slice of Mice Ap Ins 3 PERSONALS B 4 U buy any ring or tennis racquolbatl squash Or badminton, check oul EZ Ten ns Ask yor Friends aboul our prices, qalty and service 34 St Plaza 3 16 15 TIe oniy pal of your racked which comes a contact with lhe ball is the string Don I terfle for a cheap inilalion This message is Provided as a public Service courilfy of El Tennis 3 910 5 EZ enris know, stringirgl Nylon $0, syn gut $12, If hey go low, El Tennis will go lower 372 2257 3 18 615 Cu' goal at EZ teorm is to help you save' 8 4 U buy rackets shoes Sporlswear 110ngs grips or even balls, check us out We vs built our reputation on price quality & excellent service 3 9 10 I5 Our great prices conIinue Ishirt. 30% olf most shirts, Shorts skirns up to 25% oft SToin0irg don'I take our words ask your friends most rackets 30% off lenrs ballet $1 0 EZ Tenns 3 9 10 16 LEARN TO SINGI rock, pop classical voice lessons 11 Fr & Gr diction Rea sonable rates Call Joe 371 1544 3-9-10 THE AFFORDABLE ALTERNAtIVE TO OPPAH'S DIETI Lose 7 16 pounds in Lwks The Amazinog Micro Diet For Free Sample Call Dr Hill 904 438-2903 3 14 10 15 CANCUIN Sone space stil leIf GREAT ESCAPE TRAVEL 331-200 by Virginia Voel Klein -r1e. I64.c i4. soa or ?69 ISO 04 Fooc *# mil .A O ,t *V ~ Yesterday's Ii ilefiuv Gau News 0% 1*A, fi efrl tesits A ll L by Les Zax OK Henry, we'll begin our attack hate, and by noon we'll rule the city. PERSONALS STATE -OF THE -ART BANG -BANG THE REV A good place to darce Corming Marchgth 3 13-10 15 GREEK DINNER SOUP TO DESSERT Five Recipes $3 Same MA PO Box 1057 Trenton, FL 32693 SWIMWEAR SALE All of this years holtest women A-kin s & Fashionone piece Suits Are on sale learur Ing Raisins, Gotcha Ca Praline & Ipenema Wear Lloyd Clarke Sports !504 NW 13 St 3 94 15 LOVE WILL LEAD YOU BACK 3 9 4 15 InO in your maln ctass at Carkelon Aud in rium 6th period' All I know .s That you are ain like me Wou d you like 10 speak Spannrsh Adranta 3-9 3 IS WALT $a~r WMNPYI 00ACON PAgL4,11-~ 19 sm0 III row Box FRIMI.S 4W 0 mIRApouf? 3 qPERSONALS $ USED CD'S $ We buy & sell, call 37 SPIKE Spikes Rn cords 3 16-12 15 SWIM WITH THE DOLPHINS during spring break Two tickets for the Price of one {$50 371 929? 3 9 3 15 SPRING RUSH AT DELTA SIGMA PHI Wed Sal Slop by our able at the Union or 378 8904 39 315 PACO*LEMRSOLVING MADE EASIER, Ra. Eckark., discussion, Fri .Mar 9, 7 310pm. 612 NW 10 AeL Apt A Moro into 37t-3504 3-9-2-15 SFCC and UF Student New 8 wked group for students of alcoholic parertage Leave message for Marityn 372 68t1 3 28 10 is S4W Piv HAD A GOC tA WUs I. 0tAw GOCC. IV E MOBILE GOLDFISH wHY DON T T JfLLO AGAIN?. 'E u ^ GCtD0, LIKE Her! oR 6NiL W T,, way jO YItisLOMDj D065 0 a vht PERSONALS CANOE DAY You are invited to padd over 30 different models of canoes an4 kayaks. Mohawk, Old Town Mad River We no na. Prcaption, AquaItrr. MLI Kmiwa Necky Sun March 11 Newnans Lake Public boat ramp 1 -4pm Cal Bresingtons Trait Shop tor Info 372 052t 3 9 2 15 is SKYDIVE Skyi e inthe Williston Skydiers 33h 7970 4-5 15 15 16 CONNECTIONS GAY SWITCHBOARD 332 0700, 24 Hre Io/Refoerral 4_30-75 16 EYE EXAMS, contact nses. eye disease treatmenI 28 years *sp Dr J Beckum optometrist 917 W Univ Ave 376-1288 By "A*s b atk .l4Y CUJGWA IPSN N ~W e COI OOWN wN HWm MY -m SI UCOtW NOW. Rica OR uIG. f f2 J by Bm Schoecv YOU WANJrewoAS 'YVE IIT WORMS THAVrSWHY I[A HERE! "T"I xHAIS ONLY IF Dmu4 IM4! YOIRE A WOR -w! a "C'4' Me-lea? ix siF Sx bI. 77 M pT -aii w \

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FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 111. MfGAElR, 19 PIC N'SAVE KIDS EVERY 2-6 " LUNCH I1AM 4PM359 7 1 YRS_ 6111 N. 8th Ave. 300 S.W. 16th Ave. This Is No Way To Take Your L~ LS LSAT. if you 'e set your sights on law school, there's no beer LSAT preparation than Stanley H Kaplan Our LSAT prep will open your dyes with score-raising strategies and techniques ell help you master everything from Analytical Reasoning to Reading Comprehension Our classes are live -and lively All our class and study matenal is based on the "new LSAT And you can review lessons, and get additional help as needed in our TEST-N-TAPE lah open days everngs and weekends for your convenience Visht our Center today and see for younelf And watch the scales tip in yut fijyor STAN LEY H. KFM TI KabnorT ou Cns Classes Forming Now For June 11, LSAT Call 377-0014 400 SW 2nd Ave For ote tIoclmcdmG04CAILTEST lind someOne special. Advitk In OW. Amew ctufeds 373-FIND CONNECTIONS Student Loans & Financial Aid No one refused with good collaleral EZ terms Best Jewelry A Loan 37? GEMS 3 12 10 NEED CASH' Call the cash HOTLINE 371 GEMS CASH FOR ANYTHINGI3 12 TOP CASH FORGOLD silver diamonds etc New or used or broken Best Jewelry A Loan, 523 NW 3rd Ave 371 4367 3 12 STATE-OFTHE-ARTBANG-BANG THE REV A good placeaodance Coming March 9h 3 13 10 he EARN $100/MONTH For your plasma donations Our luhy aut o mated system Is faster and safer Ithan manual centers Call lot appoinnimenI and information Alpha Plsme Cent. M-F 9 30-5 30-Set1 30 2 30 9SWst SI 3711920 3-30 15 15 Good looking Inexperienced GWM seeks same for discreteencounters Guaranteed reply Box 23891 G'ville 32602 3-2 1i 18 RIDES 145 rl Miami WPWdPOMp $30 of* 5 yre of wkly Fri 'Sun bus trips Pets ok pkg raniported GMG trans 336-7024 (305) 266-3786 3-la-48-18 I Need A Ride To St toUls. MO Of any nearby area for spring brak' Call Brandi at 305-9579 3-15-8 15 Airplane TIX-Gville 1o MIAI Direct to Spring Sr Sat 17 Mar One Way 175 Call SMnknIn. :172-0484 3 12-3-6I 19 PETS Free shelie-nlax to good home w1 yard Fun-oing and playful Had al shots and is housebroken 11 mae old Cell 3355516 3-9-5-19 PETS Need good homes for? sweet cars F and M spayed ceutered, rabies vac and wormed Accessories avail Call 335 7140 3 12 3 19 Yorkshire terrier lullbreed) small 12 weeks old had all shona comes with rood and Toys price $330 00 negotiable 37S 0400 3-9 1 19 20 LOST & FOUND Finders Keepers U you find something, you can place a FREE ad in this section Be kind to some one who lost what you found Call 373 FIND LOST DOG Dalmatian white W/ black spohs) Mal. 10 mn old was wearing Tennessee Tag& brown collar answers ao Eddie big cash reward Call 332 0677 lv Message 3 96 20 FOUND Kea behind Norman Hall W suzuHLudson Key Call 335-9967 3 9 3 20 FOUND keys behind -andmark Aps Call 375 6381 3-9-3-20 Found 4 6 me old female cat 3t about tam 375 9003 3-9-320 Found set of keys outside of LII Hall 395BSIS 3 12 3-20 FOUNO Gold bracelet on 31 on E press Bus 305 0213 3 12 3-20 Ladles eyeglasses found in ground floor restrOom a1 GPA Please Call 335-2651 3 12 3 20 LOST Gold link brct w'amelhyst and aquamarine stones Lost between Fletcher andlNorman HaM3, 3958681 leward 3-13 42* FOUNO female cat In Laurels apt, Brown and black calicotsbby mix, white circle at tfl of tail -Call 335 7502 leave message 3-13-3-20 LOST r FOUND I 0S7 a single key on d cookie key chain or Sun March 4 Call 3;b 1798 and nave message 3 12 2 20 Fourd bracelet1earegiS1er it igerrnlll Call o D 3P ?68 3 13 3 20 I .=l. P.rk .*.f~--k French Quarter *Special Summer Rales .as low as $205/month 'in 1 C H I ~I 1 1 auiu *i 1 ih I Lj' J"1 0 l Ie I n, ( lIni 378-3771 9-4:30 M-F 999-1001 SW 16th a~F 2 D0 tM Marc ci Dimes 0 MN~i7S~*t Don't you just hate that panicky, sqij1, feeling you get when you lose something? (Shderm) We do, too. So mujch, in fat, that If you eadsomething, wel let you place a *m ad In our Lost and Found section. Be kind to someone who's lost what you've found. Call 373-FIND -I

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i AUJ(.AIOI. HEIDAY \IAERT SPORTS Vanderbilt bumps UF from tourney By DAN STIFFLER Alliglor staff Writer ( IRIANI)MI O () U ItI I 9 I I [lv to I ttok ,vt r lhi U I bm tke ta ite Lo liad giiodt lt i I through layers Tolitk a !I tnmeiscma streak lfd a isl pIaltncms aLI t It i Iheastcrn1 I )ITrei V both tI iU