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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 141 MONDAY, APRIL 16,1990



Official says



Dawn RowecOlllpetent

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to face trialBy


RONALD DUPONT JR.

Alligator Writer

Former UF secretary Dawn Rowe, t
TPsychedelic mother of 14-year-old David Rowe, has
,l1.t. been found competent to stand trial in
connection with the attempted murder
.# charges levied upon her after a Novem-
ber shooting.The .
shooting in which Dawn Rowe
allegedly shot a woman in the head -
occurred about seven months after her
son David was charged with attempted
murder when he repeatedly stabbed UF
student Stacy LaRocca. David Rowe was
convicted of attempted first-degree murder
March 16.

Dawn Rowe, who had blamed UF for
her son's arrest,saying the university was
trying to separate her from her son, was
taken to the Florida State Hospital in
." Chattahoochee for psychiatric evalua-
tion. In a letter mailed Friday, Alachua
County courthouse officials told the Al
.TT KEVIN WI&NIEWbHI-ALLIUAIOR(
achua County Sheriffs office to bring
Rowe back Gainesville.The .
Richard Butler, lead singer of the Psychedelic Furs, performs with the band at the UF Bandshell Saturday eveningas to
letter based the of
was on findings
part of UF's Earth Day 1990 Celebration.
Stewart Parsons, the forensics adminis-
trator at the state hospital. Parsons said

Smoking bill rejected to be amendedRep. the Rowe nature"has an and adequate seriousness understanding of the crimi-of

nal charges; is able to communicate rationally i
with an attorney and is otherwise
David Flagg will submit a new version sometime this weekBy capable of satisfactorily; participating in "
the defense of the case."
week. making other rules for universities."Let The November
M.D. CUMEUA shooting occurred on
WriterA The amendments will either designate all each campus decide its own policies,"
Alligator outdoor areas as smoking areas or impose Browne said. see Rowe, page 12
proposal to end the sale and use of stricter limits on indoor smoking areas, but UF administrators removed all cigarette
cigarettes on all state university and commu- the ban on cigarette sales probably will re- machines from campus in December 1988
nity college campuses failed in the state main in the bill, DeGrandy said. after requests from the Student Senate, the EARTH DAY
Legislature last Tuesday, but the bill's sponsor The law, if enacted, would be stricter than Student Health Advisory Board and Health
isn't giving up. other federal and state smoking laws and Educator Joanne Auth. UFalso banned smok- 9 a.m.: UF President John
Rep. David Flagg, D-Gainesville, said he would supersede those laws on ing in campus dining areas last Lombardi! will raise the Earth Day
plans to submit an amended version of his Florida's campuses. Florida semester. Flagon the steps of Tigert Hall. Call
anti-smoking bill to the House Higher Education DeGrandy said he would be Former student body health 392-6253.
Committee this week. willing to change his vote if the LEGISLATURE cabinet director Jason Rosenberg 4:05 Alachua Environmental
: : County
The original bill, defeated by a 2-2 vote in committee accepts either amend- favors the rule, but he admits enforcement p.m.Services Director John
a House Higher Education subcommitteeApril ment. 1990ers might be difficult. Schert will discuss "Environmental
10,would have banned the sale and use "I'm trying to find an accom- "You need the rule to protectthe Protection in Alachua County" in
modation that's fair to both smok- rights of f n non-smokers Ro
of cigarettes at Florida's nine state universi- Communicore Building Room Cl-
ties and 28 community colleges. Students, and non-smokers," DeGrandy said. senberg said. Jaywalking Isn t too practicalto 11. Call 392-0943.
administrators, faculty,members and visitors Flagg said lobbyists from the American enforce either, but it's a good rule to haveon
IfRichard Paul Beaver of Amazonia .
5p.m.:
Tobacco Institute his bill. the .
who smoke would have been required to oppose
leave campuses before lighting a cigarette. "It probably is a terrible bill as far as they Gutekunst, College of Health Re- Expeditiocns in will present Auditorium.Call a Rainforest .
Program MCarty
Flagg said he proposed the bill after speak are concerned,"Flagg said."But I don't care." lated Professions dean, agrees with Rosen 3776298.
ing with former U.S. Surgeon General C. "We all pay 62 cents out of every healthcare berg but said even outdoor smoking shouldbe
Everett Koop in Gainesville Nov. 20. Koop dollar for the medical care of smokers." restricted. 2:30 today through Thursday:
lectured UF students about AIDS, family UF Student Body President Michael Donate to Global ReLeaf, a national

violence, and the dangers of drinking and Browne said he also opposes Flagg's pro- "No-smoking rules are rather difficult to reforestation campaign,and receivea
smoking. posal. enforce," Gutekunst said. "But it's the mes- one-hour therapeutic message
session available at the Florida
"The Surgeon General said more peopledie "It's wrong to try to ban smoking outside," sage that's important.Smoking is unhealthy." School of,
5408 SW
Massage 13th
as a result of nicotine every year than Browne said. "No one is affected by second ,
St. Call 3787891.
cocaine or marijuana," Flagg said. .hand smoke outside." "I would designate areas on sidewalks

Rep. Miguel DeGrandy, R-Miami, who Browne said he favors the current law about 3 feet square, so that those who
voted against Flagg's bill Tuesday, said he3wj1upropose requiring designated smoking areas in all smoked would be in one confined area," he TODAY
. J- two amendments to the bill this public buildings,and legislators shouldn't be said.

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Gamecock reported. ter, The Daily Beacon reported.
The alcohol policy revision bans fraternities from "Dissection remains the best way to investigate property on paved road in NO. FLA. growth area. This

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McBryde Quadrangle. memorandum issued by the biology department.
Patten 800-888-4606. Ext. 842 from 8:30
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about the good things fraternities do. support their requests with evidence or documentation

"Fraternities 1 in the future aren't going to be any according to a memorandum presented to all
thing like Animal House. Those days are gone. general biology students.
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Activists protest*



U.S. aid to IsraelBy \ N .

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BRIAN STENBERG tions against Palestinian Arabs. Y
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Alligator WriterA Mark Smith,a UF graduate student
who organized the Gaines-
Gainesville activist group ville event, said the vigil is one of
hopes to convince last-minute tax about 40 similar actions aroundthe M MN
filers that their tax dollars are country sponsored by Act on
being spent to fund atrocities in Conscience for Israel/Palestine, d au
the Middle East, and that they a new national campaign that
should pressure government hopes to redirect foreign aid.
leaders to end support for Israel.
The vigil should attract up to
The Palestine Human Rights 24 members and supporters of
Campaign will hold a protest and the cause at one time and generate
candlelight vigil downtown at the a mixed response from pass-
main post office today from 4 p.m. ersby who see the fliers and
to midnight. The post office will posters, Smith said.
be later than usual because
open "I think public opinion is shifting
midnight is the deadline to file
away from not questioningIsrael
U.S. income-tax returns.
,"he said."We want to make
Protest organizers say the the connection between tax dollars
United States is wrong to send and what Israel is doing."
Israel $3.5 billion because the
see Rally, page 8 t
money funds human rights viola

I Task force finalizeslist Passion I play I SUZtTIE COOK-- ALLIGATOR

UF senior Todd Simons portrays Jesus Christ nailed on the cross as part of a crucifixion
re-enactment at the Plaza of the Americas Friday afternoon, sponsored by InterVarsity

of 23 suggestionsBy Christian Fellowship.Festival i


task force co-chairman Gerardo
Alligator DUANE MARSTELLER Staff Writer ence.Gonzalez said will make a differ- features foreign culturesBy


After more than three hours of "The task force took the task PATRICIA LEE dent Association and the Chinese, 1:30: p.m.
discussion and Thurs worked hard Turkish, Filipino,Russian, Hellenic
rewording very seriously, very Alligator Writer Tuesday night each club will
day night,the Quality of Life Task and came up with some recommendations and Vietnamese clubs are among have one representative competingin
Force came up with a 28-page that have the capac- Students from all over the world the groups participating in the the second annual Miss VISA
report its members feel will improve ity to make an impact," said will bring a little bit of home to week-long festival. International Pageant.
the lives of black and Hispanic Gonzalez, an education professor. Gainesville during the 28th annual "It's always a good opportunityfor "It's not a beauty or performance
students at UF. "I'm sure the majority of stu- International Festival this week. people to see where other stu- pageant.It's based more on presen-
dents will support any The event,coordinated by Volun- dents come from and what life is tation, on how authentic and well-
The report, which will be presented improvement in the quality of life "
teers for International Student Af- like in other places, said Gloria
to UF President John for African-American and Hispanic see Week, page 8
Markus VISA .
Lombardi contains fairs, features music, art and foods vicepresident.To
Wednesday, students.
Ifs something that's
23 recommendations from an desperately needed." from around the world as presentedby begin the celebration, several correction
elective humanities course that UF's international student international clubs will showcase
would teach differences among Although the task force cre- groups. their cultures and feature music Wendy Townsend was misidentified -
cultures,to hiring more black and see Report, page 10 Students from the Caribbean Stu- from around the world today at in The Alligator on this page
Hispanic coaches at UF that dent Association, the Hispanic Stu- Turlington Hall from 11:30: am. to Wednesday.

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4.AUJGATOR MONDAY, APRIL 16.1990

(ELSEWHERETrial STUDENT HONOR COURT
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
I Chancellor: Robert W. Lloyd

Masters: Collier, Grossman, Innis-Thompson, MarcusIn

begins in teen's shooting deathNEW the the matter REPLACEMENT of CHARLES AND J. GRAPSKI AGENDA vs.COMMITTEE STUDENT SENATEand

YORK (UPI) Two men charged in a case Brooklyn District Attorney Ch'rles;; Hynes'case has The Board of Masters has declared:
that has highlighted the city's tense race relations are been plagued by setbacks, including the resignationof The Senate Seat OC-32607 is hereby vacated. We remand selection and
to go on trial Monday for the shooting death of a black a prosecutor who said he did not want to becomea nominations to the Chairperson of the Replacement and Agenda
teen-ager in an attack by a bat-wielding gang of whitesin "token" black at the trial. Hynes himself only took Committee to either:
a predominantly white section of Brooklyn. over the case in January after he won election for the 1)) Allow the first vote taken on March 11. 1990 to stand, or
Keith Mondello, the alleged ringleader of the mob, district attorney's post in November. 2)) Reconvene the committee for a reconsideration of their nomination.
and Joseph Fama, the accused triggerman, are to be In addition, a key prosecution witness, John Vento,
the first of eight young men tried in the killing Yusuf reneged on an agreement to testify against his friends,
Hawkins, 16, in Bensonhurst. fleeing to Ohio, where he later surrendered to
Opening statements were to begin in state Supreme authorities. Vento was then indicted on murder char- Soon 61
Coming : drk
Court in Brooklyn Monday morning before Justice ges and was expected to go on trial with five othersat
Thaddeus Owens. Both men have been charged with a later date.
The All New .
murder. witnesses Gina ) CAparlmen
One of the prosecution's other key (i
The black teen was shot and killed Aug. 23 duringan Feliciano, has been treated for drug abuse, raising
attack by a gang of about 30 whites that prosecutors questions about her credibility on the stand. ,
charge was racially motivated.The Feliciano's plans to Invite black and Hispanic friendsto
slaying in Bensonhurst, a predominantly white the predominantly white neighborhood for her 18th m '2701 &.W.13th & Gainesville. Fl 32608'
section of Brooklyn, inflamed racial tensions citywideand birthday party sparked the tensions that led to formerly ,, ..
triggered a series of protest marches, some of Hawkins' killing, police said.
them violent. The white mob apparently thought Hawkins and his The following Prc-Dccoratins
Fama and Mondello, both 19, are to be tried friends were in Bensonhurst to attend the party.They Special Arc Available
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. Yeltsin nominated to lead Soviet FederationMOSCOW I Arby's

(UPI)-A democratic faction late Saturday gineer, was a longtime associate of the late human
nominated communist maverick Boris Yeltsin to rights champion Andrei Sakharov.
run for president of the Russian Federation,the largestof Yeltsin, who was fired as the party boss of Moscowin Super Meal Deal! !
the Soviet Union's 15 republics and a potential November 1987 and then booted out of the ruling
power base against Mikhail Gorbachev.The Politburo in 1988, was the largest vote getter in the
president of the Russian Soviet Federated elections to the Russian Federation's parliamentIn '
Socialist Republic will be cbosen by the republic's the elections to the national Congress of People's '''.b' "
1,026-member Congress of People's Deputies when it Deputies in 1988, Yeltsin garnered almost 90 percentof )p"
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convenes in Moscow on May 16 packed with radical the Moscow vote, but the Congress initially would "
legislators who won seats in last month's elections. not elect him to the Soviet parliament,prompting tens II) '
The Democratic Russia bloc Saturday night of thousands of Yeltsin supporters to spill into the '
nominated Yeltsin and nine other candidates for the capital's streets.The decision eventually was reversed.If .
presidential post, the Tass news agency reported he were to be elected as president of the Russian
Sunday. federation, Yeltsin would get enormous exposure as FREE
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I Prairie trail plan opposedIncreased Graduate forum to feature I



traffic concerns Paynes Prairie officialsBy research lectures poetryBy

18.5-mile trail from the Alachua sink and ,
SHANNON MCKINNEY
Alligator Writer Persimmon point, a ridge on the north edgeof PATRICIA LEE poetry readings and theatrical skits in the
the prairie. Stage Too Theatre at Constans Theatre.
An effort to make parts of Paynes Prairie "After this meeting, we should be wrap- Alligator Writer "One of the real joys is that we have a
more accessible to the public is meeting ping planning up in the next month or two," Graduate students will show off their little bit of everything, that we were ableto
resistence from park officials who say in- Scruggs said. The trail will probably be work everything from research in edu- get representatives from many different
creased traffic would destroy the area's opened to the public the first half of next cation and environmental protection to poetry departments on campus," said philosophy
"
unique ecosystem. year. and theatrical skits to the public graduate student and GSC President Rory
"Paynes Prairie is not a local park,"Paynes Gainesville City Commissioner David during the Graduate Student Forum today. Weiner. Participating students are repre-
Prairie Park biologist ____ ____ Coffey said the bv- than 40
The forum, a day-long event sponsoredby senting more departments on cam-
James B. Wei- pass "just isn't neces he said.Although.
A the Graduate Student Council and the pus
said.
mer would divert sary. Graduate School Dean's Office,will feature
"It is a resource of bypass "I've been workingon this is UFs first graduate stu-
the research and work of UF graduate dent forum, students, faculty and student
national significance the trail for
three miles of the 18.5- project
students through lectures, poster presen-
it's really in the four with these government have been enthusiastic aboutit
same class as the Ev- mile trail from the Al people years," Coffey said. tations and art performances. GSC officials say.

erglades. We just achua sink and "Now the people who Curious observers also will have the "Dean Lockhart and the graduate school
can't afford to sacri- were helping me and chance to learn about departmental pro- have been very supportive. The studentsare
fice it," he said. Persimmon point, a ridgeon knew all along where grams and opportunities for graduate stu- telling us this is something that should
Paynes Prairie of- the trail was going are dents during a discussion with students, have been done long ago," said GSC Vice-
the north of the
ficials are backing a edge now resisting." professors, Graduate School Dean Made- president Bill Johnson, a plant pathology
proposed bypass of prairie. Coffey said good lyn Lockhart and UF Vice-president for graduate student.
the Rails to Trails research and development Donald Price.
management The forum, in the planning since GSC'sinception
project, a stretch of which would include "The forum was designed to show what also will
one year ago, help rec-
abandoned railroad track between Haw- regular patrols by park rangers and barriers graduates are contributing to the university ognize outstanding achievement in differ t
thorne and Gainesville that the of to allow students to learn about re-
city erected near sensitive areas-would protectthe ent departments. Throughout the day,
Gainesville and Florida's Department of Nat- environment just as well as a bypass. search being done in unrelated graduate school faculty will attend the
ural Resources to convert into nature and to show undergraduatesand
hope a departments
and the students' work.
The public would actually help prevent sessions judge
trail. of the trail would the of post-graduate
Part pass through faculty diversity
vandalism by acting as the "eyes and ears"of
Paynes Prairie. the he said. programs at UF," said David Winialski, Wrapping up the forum is an open dis-
patrols,
The DNR will meet with a local advisory forum coordinator. cussion session and awards presentationat

committee Tuesday to decide the fate of the "That area of the park is very isolated," Beginning at 9 a.m., graduate studentswill 4:30: p.m. in the McCarty Auditorium.But .
bypass, proposed by park officials in Febru- Coffey said. "I think public traffic through present their research and other work the final event of the day is GSC's
ary, said Lew P. Scruggs, a DNR land use there would be a deterrent to vandals." through 15-minute lectures and poster presentations "happy hour" at Cuco's, an informal cele-
planning coordinator.The in the Reitz Union. Graduate bration that is,like all other forum events,
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you swat at a mosquito with a sledge hammer you Ditto.
could seriously affect the well-being of a lot more than

the insect. So, too, if our nation accepts and acts on all
the unproved theories of today's environmentalists per-
sonal freedom and national sovereignty could be compro-

mised, even destroyed."

So says the John Birch Society in a news release re- 4110
sponding to what it calls Earth Day hysteria.

April 22 is the 20th anniversary of Earth Day a timeto
become more aware of the environment and learn

ways to save the planet for future generations. Different
campus groups are sponsoring events all week to share information -
and educate people about daily threats to the
world.

Yet there who those "threats" are ,
are some say un- 30MM I%
founded, exaggerated or based on sketchy data. The John Nsxys Astrdoger
Birch Society says Americans should not be fooled into

believing things are so terribly wrong as to warrant gov-
Israel doesn't deserve U.S. aidThis
ernment control. They go so far as to say the existence of
the Environmental Protection Agency is unconstitutional
- because the President formed it instead of Congress.For year American taxpayers will provide the state
-* Mark Smith
of Israel more than $3.5 billion,an amount equivalentto
example, the Society insists that the problem of giving $700 to every man, woman and child. By S
auto emissions is an isolated phenomenon that does not contrast, U.S. aid to sub-Saharan Africa amounts to PEAKING OUT
call for national or international control. (Yeah, it's an iso- only about $1 per person for a region with only
one-sixth of the otherwise worthy of continuing U.S. aid.
per capita income of Israel's.For
lated phenomenon on Earth. Other planets don't have this
the second year in a row, the State As one of five Gainesville residents who in January
problem.) Department's Country Reports on Human Rights ac- participated as part of a human rights delegation to
The problem of dirty air is not isolated to congested cit- knowledges that Israel's occupation army is commit- the occupied territories of the West Bank, the Gaza
ies. The air travels and so does the dirt. ting serious human rights violations against the Strip and East Jerusalem, I can affirm that Israel's
indigenous Palestinian population. behavior towards the Palestinians living under their
The Society also believes that Americans are being vic- Reported human rights abuses include unwar- military control is totally unacceptable, and for that
timized by environmental hysteria into supporting huge ranted killings and physical injury, deportations, ad- reason, sending U.S. tax dollars to Israel is also
tax increases and regulations that build governmental con- ministrative detention, absence of bail, severe unacceptable.In .
trol and power which, in turn impair American industry's psychological and physical pressures on prisoners, order to call attention to the gross misuse of
forced entry, curfews and other collectible punish- taxpayer dollars to perpetrate a pattern of gross violations
in the world market.
to
ability compete ments, the closing of all colleges and universities for of Palestinian human rights, the Gaines-
Sounds like a bunch of rich, old business executiveswho more than two years and harassment of human rights ville/UF chapter of the Palestine Human Rights
want to protect their profits and couldn't care less workers, among others. Campaign, in cooperation with the national organization -
about the future of "people" just the future of profit- The Country Reports are issued each year to comply Act On Conscience, will hold a candle-light vigilin
Americans.But with the Federal Assistance Act of 1979, which prohibits front of the main Post Office in Gainesville on the
making military and economic aid to "any country the last day for filing income taxes, Monday, April 16,
that's not what Earth Day is about. The activitiesand government of which is engaged in a consistent pat from 4 to 12 p.m.
speeches on campus this week and this weekend cen- tern of gross violation of internationally recognized On a United Nations guided tour of the Gaza Strip,
ter on how individuals and their communities can become human rights." several in our group chanced upon a 14-year-old
more environmentally aware. Israel not the worst violator of human rights,nor Palestinian girl who had lost an eye to a "rubber
the only country for which a prohibition of aid wouldbe bullet a large steel ball covered with a thin layer of
"Of course, we want a clean and safe environment but appropriate. But because Israel the largest U.S. rubber.
we do not believe it necessary to sacrifice the freedom of aid recipient, all taxpayers are deeply implicated in We asked her if she had anything to say to the
the American people and the independence of our nationto its actions. people of America, and her simple message was,
get it," Society spokesman John McManus wrote in a According to the letter and spirit of the Foreign "Please stop sending money and weapons to Israel so
release. Assistance Act, Congress is obligated to hold public they will stop blinding and killing Palestinian chil-
news hearings concerning Israeli human rights practices to dren.
What freedoms? Maybe the freedom to breathe clean determine whether that country is legally eligible or Mark Smith is a graduate student in sociology.
the freedom have children and believe --
air. Or to naively -
LETTER= : : -TO THE= EDITORTuna : .
that they will survive.

Although the Society would like people to believe it, environmental article failedto observers on board. The porpoise We can understand the readers'
mortality on U.S. boats is less than confusion and misinterpretationasthis
concern is not a right or left issue. It's an
represented by environmentalists.The .
distinguish fleet is a complex issue and none
issue about survival, it's an issue about respecting an
point is moot, I am ecstaticto of the articles has completelystated
Earth we already have started destroying. We don't havea Editor: We would like to respondto say due to the recent decisions the facts.
choice anymore we must start taking responsibility for a letter printed April 13 and the by Starkist,Chicken of the Sea and We felt that we had sufficiently
what we do.alligator. article that incompletely repre- Bumblebee. It remains to be seen stressed to the reporter that we are
sented our views as ex-tuna and whether the companies will be ableto against porpoise fishing, but forc-
porpoise observers. verify how the tuna is caught. ing the U.S. tuna fleet out of busi-

Editor First of all, our point of view is But the major point we were ness would not necessarily be
Lucy Chabot that by lumping U.S. tuna fishing trying to make is that if we force helping the porpoise.
Managing Editor Opinions Editor vessels with the international fleet, the U.S. tuna boats out, they will Maybe we shouldn't be sur-
Marcy Shedden Tonya Sutton the Earth Island people were ob- change out of American ownershipand prised that our views were inade-
scuring the difference between the therefore may have no observer quately represented when one of
Letter Policy porpoise mortality in the two fleets. requirement,and the results our names was even misspelled.
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words(about one 8-by-10 page). They should be Sam LaBudde undercoveron will be as Mr. LaBudde recorded.We .
typed doubla-ipaced and tlgned They should Include a typed name, addrea and telephone/ was Wendy Townsend
number Name will be withheld If the writer shows/just ciuse. If you haw any question call a foreign boat, not a U.S. boat. are disturbed at the ability James Thomaton8FY
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; Volunteer counselors help callers cope with crisesBy

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calls the center counsels ties at the and aren't tired when
NATALEE WATERS 40,000 a year center as Volunteers will participate in mock ses-
survivors of suicide and sends arrive.
,1 Alligator Writer attempts care they sions,Lotzkar said. Staff members will teach
teams into communities. "You wouldn't want neurosurgeon work- volunteers to listen,rather than give advice,
The telephone rang in a dimly lit office "What I do is reflective listening,"Monica ing 40 hours a week," he said. "They haveto and to keep callers on the phone long
and woke Monica from a short nap. It was said. "It is a relief to these people that they recharge their batteries." enough to talk out their frustrations and
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a.m., but Monica wasn't
; upset. "
, can be heard and understood. But relying on student volunteers creates understand their problems better."It .
[ She spoke softly into the telephone and
About 75 percent of the volunteers at the difficulties during summer vacations.
concentrated her thoughts the caller
on a "
is five weeks Lotzkar
challenging ,
a
man who said he was considering suicide. center are students, said Rob Lotzkar vol- "It's a double-edged sword,"Lotzkar said.
said. "Some leave because the
Monica didn't unteer coordinator. Most study psychologyin "The students good volunteers but program
offer advice or give her opin- are theygo
buttons. We deal with
pushes some emotional
I ion. She was just there to listen. school, and the experience allows themto home on breaks and leave us short"Next "
issues like rape and death.
test their choices.
Monica, a 26-year-old graduate student at career month the center will offer a program
I UF is one of about 100 volunteers at the Volunteers take the strain off staff mem- consisting of 50 hours of suicide and About half of the people who start the
,I Alachua County Crisis Center, which has bers, who often must deal with other crisis intervention training that prepares program will not finish it,Lotzkar said.After
served communities in Alachua County for people's problems for 40 hours a week, potential volunteers to work on the center's holding similar programs,the center usually
more than 20 y ars.ln addition to answering Lotzkar said. They have fewer responsibili- 24-hour phone service. gains about 20 volunteers.

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RALLYfrom rights violations, but most Israeli violators "are the lambada, can hear Sin Tiempo

tracked down and brought to trial," while Palestinian WEEKfrom (Without Time), a local band that will

page 3 violators remain free to continue to commit page 3 perform new and classic Latin hits.

atrocities.But More dancing takes place Saturdayat
But Ralph Lowenstein, dean of the College of representative of each country or cul- the Talent Show. Students
from
Smith said violence Palestinians "
Journalism and Communications, said the vigilis among ture each contestant comes across,
different
"propagandist crap." usually develops as a response to Israeli actions. Markus said. All contestants will organizations perform their
routines and compete to see who has
"There are occasionally incidents where indi- model national costumes, sportswear,
"It's all part of the propaganda campaign to the flashiest, most original and
vidual Palestinians attack Israelis he said. semi-formal and formal attire at 8 most
make it look as though the issue is one-sided, p.m. exotic moves.

that the Israelis are the bad guys and the Pales- The warlike conflict is tragic, but the United in the Reitz Union ballroom. Wrapping up the festival is Interna-

tinian Arabs are the good guys," Lowenstein said. States should keep funding Israel to protect both The festival continues Wednesdaywith tional Day, a "world's fair" featuring

Lowenstein served with the Israeli Army in its countries' interests, Friedman said. If Israel gave Cold Water, a film about interna- music, displays, performances and

1948-49 War of Independence,which began when up Palestine, it would lose a strategic buffer tional students and their experiences food from around the world Sunday at

six Arab nations rejected a United Nations Gen- against Arab states. living in American society. The movie noon at Westside Park.

eral Assembly vote to split Palestine into a Palestinian Smith said Israel wouldn't face any real threatsif will be shown at 4 p.m. in Reitz Union Fee cards will serve as "passports"for

and Jewish state. it lost territory."We rooms 361-363. the week's events, which are free

Since then, the two sides have fought for don't buy the argument that Israel can't Latin Fiesta will start off the for UF students. The general public

control of the territory, said Rabbi Gerald Fried lose the territory for strategic reasons," because weekend's activities Friday from 9 pays only for the Miss VISA Pageant,

man of the Hillel Foundation. Israel is militarily stronger than the nations that p.m. to 2 a.m. in the Reitz Union ball- the Fiesta and the Talent Show,which

Friedman said both sides are guilty of human surround it, he said. room. Those who have yet to dance cost $2 apiece.

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VISA OR MASTERCARD! LASER PRINTING want to make a big deal out of it
Even it bankrupt or bad credit! We A .no limit PRAIRIEfrom no matter what the situation,"Mar-
I Guarantee you a card or double your Ell 1)-I -.no walt page 5 ion said. "I think the educational
back. Call many typestyles benefits outweigh their objec-
money 1-805-682-7555 'I volume discounts The idea for Rails to Trails beganin "
EXT. M-1202 Iolow C ppr Monk., Chicago in 1963 when May tions.
(call 7 days a week) I PC Lab, 17 & Univ. 372-6500 Watts wrote a letter to the editor But Weimer said the trail would
suggesting abandoned railroad disturb plant life in the area.
tracks be converted Into nature "One of our priorities has always
International Student Exchange trails. The Department of Natural been to protect the Alachua geo-
Resources in the mid-1960s pickedup logic sink," Weimer said. "In our
on the project and today there experiences of managing sink-
& are 240 Rails to Trails nationwide.The holes like the Devil's Millhopper,
GainesvilletoHawthornetrail the soil will start eroding if too
would be the second rail trailin many people walk around on it"
Social Responsibility Florida. The TallahasseetoSt.Marks Weimer said the sinkholes are
trail opened in September cooler in the summer and warmerin
1988. the winter, creating an environ-
"Most of the abandoned railroad ment that produces rare ferns that
featuringDr. corridors are owned by CSX trans- could be damaged by erosion.
portation,"said Greg Diehl,DNR Weimer said that although there
Patrick Osewe Rails to Trails planner. "They sell are no endangered species in the
us the land, and then they usually area, constant activity would dis-
Medical Student Liaison for the salvage the track and anything else rupt the normal flow of wildlife.
Ono International for the Prevention of Nuclear War "
Physicians they possibly can. But Joseph M. Schaefer, assis-
Dr. Yuri DzhibladzeMedical Diehl said the DNR plans to buy tant professor of wildlife and range
two more corridors in north and science at UF, said he didn't think
Student Representative of the central Florida this year if the Leg- the area needs a bypass.
Soviet Committee for the Prevention of Nuclear War islature appropriates enough "I've never actually been to that
money this session. area of the prairie myself,but from I
Wayne R. Marion,associate professor what I've heard it's just an old cow
Monday,April 16th, 1990 Health Center, C 1-17 12:00: 1:00: P.M. of forest resources and con- pasture," Schaefer said. "Sandhill
at UF, said the impact of could be disturbed if
Sponsored by: Physicians for Social Responsibility Funded by Student Government servaton cranes they
the trail would be minimal. nested there, but since none do, I
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tion after the hiring Thursday of Robert task force member Juan Vitali,an engineering improve the lives of black and Hispanic
REPORTfrom McCullum as an assistant coach. UF's last graduate student. "All of them are do- students,but he believes the group's recom.
page 3 mendations will do that.
black basketball coach was assistant coach able.
ated the 23 recommendations at an earlier Kenny McCraney,who was forced to resign However, it seems not everyone shares "Of course, there is some unbelievability
meeting, the 11 members present spent along with former head coach Norm Sloan that oplt( ion. During a break in the task on everybody's part, but I believe in the
Thursday night fine-tuning the report. Mostof last October. V 'V force's'meeting, a group of black students president and I believe in the administra.
the changes were minor revisions in the In unanimously passing the reworded re- walked by the area where the group was tion,"said Johnson,an education professor.
report's wording,but the task force changedits port, task force members also agreed that meeting and laughed, saying the group wasa Lombardi! said Sunday he hasn't seen the
recommendation of hiring black assistant their recommendations are workable. "sham." group's report, but he expects it to do whatit
basketball coaches to hiring black and was supposed to.
Hispanic coaches in all The reason it took us so long to come up Task force co-chairman Simon Johnsonsaid
sports. with these recommendations is because we he expected some people to have res- "From what I've heard, it looks like they
The task force changed its recommenda- wanted to be sure they were doable," said ervations about the task force's ability to did a good job," he said.COME .




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ROWEfrom and they won't let me have him," WENT TO
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a Friday after Rowe had knockedon Ulieru later recovered, and she
the doorof Jennie Ulieru of 3125 will be interviewed by attorneys .rJ1I
NW 107th Terrace and asked for a later this month, according to
ride. Sources had said Rowe was court records.
originally looking for another UF
secretary who lived next door to Rowe's reference to her son NEED TO RENTA

Ulieru. after the shooting was not the first RESTAURANT & LOUNGE CAR, TRUCK,
Ulieru agreed to give Rowe a time she had done that.Gainesville OR
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ment when they pulled into the was the first person to tell Rowe GREAT FOOD Mar8. ,Night Moss*11VECIALTY THEN CO ME TO. .
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7515 Newberry Rd. Soon thereafter with attempted murder, said she
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injuring her.Sheriff's. arrest. 1017 West University Avenue 1116616" 3535 N.MAIN ST.
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the street and saw Rowe get out of Dean said.
the car with the gun and attemptto
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1 FURNISHEDSummer SPACIOUSONE free, Rocky Point, near UF and Help Ut: 2bdr/lba/ Apt. for Summer Club Apt-Ig 2bdr/2ba, convenientto

BEDROOM APT, Shands, start May 1 thru Aug 15, call Lisa C. Use our furniture ft pay no de- UF, tennis, sauna, Jacuzzi. May-June,
rmmt wanted to live 1.3 ml from ONLY $2631MO.LYONS 378-5397 or 335-11455Ieav. message. 4- potltll Reasonable rent. 336-6492. opt to renew. $390/mo. 335-5406. 4-18-
UF, NW G'ville. No dep, $230 covers all APT 18-5-2 4-30-16-4 5-4
bills. Call 371.7703 Iv msg. 4-18-10-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797
4-30-71-2 Sublease May-July, sm efficiency w// large Sublease For Summer W/ option for Fall. Spyglass 3bd/3ba/ sublease May-July.
WALK 3 BLOCKS UF Room c/h/ac share yard 35/mo ft 1/5 utll. Call Sandy alter Spacious 2bdr Apt. CHEAP RENTI! Call Beautiful apartment, best place In G-ville

kit/baths w/d/ prefer male grad students INCREDIBLE 7pm 372-6146. 4-19-5-2 376-8090. 4-30-16-4 to live. Great pool area! Sign nowl! neg.
185 single240 double 376-6652 378-8122. Efficiency Apt. 3352830. 4-17-4-4
427161FIREPLACE Starting at $185 2BR/1BA quad unit, avail summer, possibly 3-Roommatei Needed for S-bdr House 1
Starting at $235 2 B.droomMEADOWCREST longer. Fireplace, a/c, dishwash SW block to UFo $165/mo. Call 376-8090. 4- Sublet 2bd/1ba/ save $150, clean apt,
In your bdrl On room In historic area, no pets. $310/mo+sec. 335-0213. 4- 30-16-4 walk dist UF/Shands, $360/mo, 2 pools,
'Haunted Mansion. Sunny, great for 378-3988 20-5-2 May-Aug opt to leas call Amy ft Mejgan
cats. Laura 377-3132. 373-9784 evs. 4- 375-3861 LAKEWOOD VILLAS 374-8780. 4-18-5-4
16-5-1 4-30-70-2 MELROSE SPRINGS Brand new 2bd, 3bd3ba w/d available July 1-Deo 31

screened porch, huge oaks, landscaped, $241 mo ft utllltlee. 333-4694, female Need 2 to share Irge apt master bedroom
NEXT TO UFI Furnished 2bd/1ba behind Check Our New Specials"All nice neighborhood$450/mo.475-l only. 4-17-5-4 + utilities for summer. Rent nego. Rocky

Norman, fenced yard, central ac, private Amenities Available Pet ok. 4-30-11-2 Pt. Apts. Call Mike at 336-9510. 4-18-5-4
drive, start May, 320mo. 376-2119 Iv FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Large 2bdr apt, at 837 SW 9th St. No
mess. 4-16-5-1 Roommates Available MUST LEASE I Spacious 2BR apt,close to dogs, wood floors, gas heat for water ft Reap, quiet nil needed. Own rm In 3bed

We're No. 1 campus, central air, pool, laundry, $290 a stove, cent ae. $300/mo/ deposit neg. 11/2bath/ apt. Only 120,1 I pay the rest No
Summer C Sundown Apts. REGENCY OAKS month obo. 375-2193. 4-20-5-2 371-0741. 4-16-4-4 dep. May-Aug. Call 375-1354 alter 6pm,
Crest Location and very affordable. Avail 378-5766 Saeed. 4-30-13-4
May 1. Ask for GS. Call 377-2596 Hurryl) 3230 SW Archer Road Walk 2blks to UF, x-tra Ig 1bdr apt 1110 WINDMEADOWS APTS HUGE
4-16-5-1 COUNTRY GARDENS SW 2nd Ave. $250/mo, Carol 331-6374. 28ed/2Bath Sublease for summer w// option GREAT DEALIII 3bdr/2ba In Aloha Gar

373-4500 4-20-5-2 for fall, unlurn. Call for more Into dens-close to campus, summer c, only
Furnished efficiency apt., a/c, 2 blocks 3364218. 4-17-5-4 $520/mo or sublease by room. 3727875.
2001 SW 18th Street
from campus, pets allowed. Available next 4-30-58-2 $299 MOVE IN SPECIAL STONE RIDGE 4-16-3-4
month on temporary or perm basis. 335- APTS Pool, tennis, weight room, sauna, SUMMER SUBLET Own bdr In 2 bdr/I 1/2

1980. 4-17-5-1 Solve Parking Problem! Walk to UF from 375-1121. 4.205.2MOBILE bath twnhouse. Lets than 1 mile from Regency Oaks apt, Ibdr, large, for more
Modern campus. Leave message 377-9653. 4- Info 378-2202 mornings and evenings. 4-
Anglia (NW 8thl15th/ Str) well kept
*** Great Summer Pad *** Own w/own ht/ac 16-4-4 18-5-4
Apts ea washer/dryer, cent HOMES:
bd/bth fully furn, just ,feet from pool, Now renting for fall 1yr lease 1st ft ,last
Jacuzzi, wt. room, $200. 373-6482 avail dep. $460/mo 2bdr/lba. $810/mo 3 FOR RENT/SALE OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba for summerB. OWN RM May-Aug, furnished 2bdr/2ba/
now fall and spring. 4-17-5-1 3bdr/2ba./ $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 336-8354 Wash/dry, completely furnished, a pool Oakbrook Walk F $200 mo nego. W/d
Steal! Call 377-1955 anytime. 4-17-5-4 close to UF 3775496. 4-18-5-4
392-0554. 4-20-10-2 Nice ft Dandy Customized 2bdr Mobile
Live In Oakbrook one Bdrm for Summer
Home partly turn, wash ft fridge on well OXFORD MANOR Need fern for bed/bath./
AB or C 3rd floor w/ balcony, 2bd/2ba. May-Aug. Spyglass. master
Attractive! clean apts. ft houses, close to
shaded lot. Very close to UF on Archer. Quiet In back. Can for A.B.C. $190/mo. and 1/3
washer/dryer/ 1 or 2 persons $160 each. area re-rent next May-Aug. Only
UF, avail for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs.
Must sell $1750. 3381383.
4-17-5-3 If U Furniture 335-4109. 4-18-5-4
Call 374-6825. 4-16-4-1 Call 4959024. 4-30-24-2 year respond aoon. avail. utll. Kimberly
449mo. Call Ty, Doug, or Chris at 371- .
OAKBROOK WALK Summer sublet lux Moving-Must' Sell' 12x60' turn mobile 8297. 4-17-5-4 Sub 1 Ibdr in Gatortown Apt, own mstr
2bdr/2ba, new carpet, fenced yard, dish.,
condo, fully furnished, win/dry, a/c, pool, cent heat/air, wash/dry hook-up, near home, Great cond., 4500. Call 338.8984.Don't rm/ba, great loc, cent air, this month free.
great view, 250mo./ Call Moe 336-4251. Oaks Mall, $285/mo & $250 dep. 332- throw sway $ on apt rent. 4-20-5-3 Summer sublease own bdr/bath/ trans to Call anytime, leavemsg rentl80/mo call

4-17-5-1 4623. 4-16-5-2 UF/SFCC, w/d/ fully furnished. $150/mo. Arlan 3734507. 4-16-3-4

Call Wendy .3732088.. 4-17-5-4
Sorority Annex Sublet. May-Aug. 1 blk Bel Air 638 NW 26th Ave. Huge 2bd/2bs SUBLEASE: Sublet thru July Colonial Manor Apt. min

from Norman. $275 + utll. Call 375-3821 and Ibd apts. Large Oaks. College Park VIZCAYA 2bd avail In 3/2,1/3 utll; quiet, walk to UF on SW. ibr/lba furnished,

and leave message. 4-17-4-1 Properties 411 NW 15th St. 371-7777. 4- 4 HOUSE/APT. clean, N/S. avail for all summer, close to pool. $225/mo./ Call Lee 378-3199. 4-19-

18-10-2 UF. $135 and $145/mo. 377-4790. 4-17- 6-4

Summer school-turn rms +2 bdrm apt-1 French Qtr close to campus, 2bdr 1 1/2/ 5-4
block fr Norman Hall-parking-NO Studio, 1 bd, and 2bd apts and houses ba, 1 rmmt. $177.50 & 1/2 util neg. 338- 21ms. needed for summer C $150mo, +
PETS.ns-nice area 481-2166 after 6; 372- avail now and for fall. Walk to UFI Beat the 1010 Chris/Rolf. 4-17-11-4 **** Sublease 2/1/ Phoenix II Apts.Close 1/3util./ Haw.VIII, 3364447. 4-18-5-4

8404 days. 4-18-5-1 rush I College Park Properties 411 NW to UF, Central A/C, new rug, all
LANDMARK sublet 1 br In 2 1/2 twnhse for
15th. 371-7777. 4-18-10-2 OXFORD MANOR Sublease or re-rent appliances, quiet neighbors only
SAVE $85/mo/ Own bdr Furn BrandywineApt 335-6575/372-1509 Summer ONLY $140/mo + 1/3 utils. Call
for summer, option for fall, 3bdr/3ba, 285mo. ****
Avail May w/ option to renew In Aug 4-17-5-4 Mike @ 378-4703 Iv msg. 4-17-4-4
2BDI1/ BA $325/MO. Phoenix Apts., closeto washer/dryer. Please call 377-8287. 4-
$350/mo. Gary 378-5584 If no answer avail 1
UF/Shands spacious now 17-10-4
very
pleas try again. 4-18-5-1 year or summer lease, pets ok. Brad 375- OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba 5/5 thru 6/15 Sublease for summer. 2bd In 3bd/2ba/
house w/l walking distance to UF Nice
1303. 4-23-10-2 May rent FREE! 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD Rent negotiable. Call 335-1380 ask for
COTTAGE 300 yrd from campus, 2bdrms, MANOR. Rent summer C w/ option for Tares or 371-3996. 4-17-5-4 neighborhood $135 and $150/mo./ 375-

porch, May-Aug $360/month/ + utll GUAR- Sleep to sound of frogs, smell of honey Fall. Call nowI375.1208Iv.! measage. 4- 6276. 4-18-5.4
ANTEED satisfaction Brad 375-0396. 4- suckle. 2bdr In quad near UF, dishwasher, 18-10-4 GREEN MAR, close 'to UF. Sublease' W/d
2bdr/l ba turn house wfenced
yard, ,
16-3-1 ht/ac $350/mo./ 3359989. 4- summer, 2bdr/lba/ c.ntC./ $315mo.Call / .
cent patio
,
central ac, NW 7th Ave avail May-Aug,
16-5-2 Oxford Manor-2bdr/2ba. av.llin May for Tanya or Claire at 377-9270. 4-17-
$440/mo neg. & util. For Info call 335-
Room In 3bdr house $160/mo & utll. 375-
summer c. Closest to pool, tennis, weight
8329. 4-19-5-1 Super 2bdr/lba apt. Phoenix 2630 SW room. C.lllor more Info. 376-0506. 4-19- Nice, cheap, 2 rmmts to sublease 4913. 4-26-10-4
3bdr/3ba turn condo. avail
33rd PI. Fireplace 12/mo/ Ise, no pets, 10-4 $150/mo May-
Cheerful 3bdrm home, fireplaces, gardens July. Pool, w/d In Casablanca. Tom at Lg 1bdr apt Townhouse: Clean, Quiet 5
3731558. 4-16-5-2
1350/mo avail Aug.
mi to UF. Sugarfoot Village. $349/mo &
porches, parking, ((2)$150) share 2brm 1 1/2 ba twnhse $325 mo. washer 335-0101. 4-17-5-4
util w/ option 1 yr Ise. Grace 332-4309
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Call 332-5678. 4-16-5-4
ft dryer.
3771510. 4-20-5-1 In The Pines Oxford Manor I 1bd avail May 7, option for Eve, 392-5270 Days. 4-19-5-4 f'
Spacious 1,2 & 3 Bedroom renewal Aug. Nice clean, & car
gray
for 2bedrm 2bath, balcony,
Apt summer: ,
FULLY furnished $308 for summer B + 1/2/ Apartment ft Townhouses wgas grill, pool tide view. Live In style pet. Big enough for twol! CaU378.85151v Summer Sublet w/ option for fall, 2bd/2ba
less than mile
Convenient to UF/Shands townhouse, 1 to
utilities, live by yourself, excellent location close to UF. Room for 34. SSSOymo(} 371- msg. 4-17-5-4
Reasonable Call 375-
2 pools, tennis crt weight room, UF/Shands. rent.
call 335-5958 must sell, call anytime. 0894. 4-16-5-4
4-20-5-1 sauna, 2 laundry rooms. Summer Sublet,: Spacious two bedroomapt 5694. 4-19-5-4

373-3371 Hawaiian in Lakewood Villas wstudy/ room,
Sublease LARGE 2bd/2ba apt at summer
Townhouse-own furn. bdr, ba, wash/dry/ 205 SE 16th Ave. Village Sum C. Option to renew In outdoor porch & furnishings. Call 335- OXFORD MANOR sublease for

pool, close to UF, $300+ 1/2 utll. 335- 1/2 mile east of Main St. Aug. Price negotiable. Call 372-3467. 4- 5237, 4-17-5-4 w/rent option nego.for Call tall 3357977.In 3bdr/3ba 42374LG wash/dry/ ,

1841. 4-27-10-1 430.152 16-5-4
OAKBROOK WALK: summer sublet.

Furn rm for rent In 2br house apt. $1 45/mo One bedroom In Victorian home avail May. Completely turn apt In OAKBROOK 2tar/2ba, fully furnished, own wash/dry, BEAUT': HOUSE In great neighborhood

+ 1/2 util for summer only. Close to UF $230/month Includes utll, wood floors, WALK. 1-2 rmmts needed for summer pool. Avail May 5. Price neg. Call Denise summer sublet, 2bd avail, furn/un-

376-5912 anytime or Iv message. 4-20-5- large porch, Duckpond area. 371-4935. 4- $150 ea ft part utll. Call Anne or Dawn 371-1399 or leave message. 4-17-4-4 furn 4-20-8-4', walk to UF, $180 ea. 371-0934.....
338-4411. 4-24-6-4
17-5-2 Live at Oakbrook this summer! Close to

FOR RENT: 2bdr/2ba sublet turn campus, own bedrm/bathfully turn. A
For Rent: Sbdrm Condo In Marchwood, OXFORD MANOR BEAUTIFUL
2bdr/lba/ In Sun
apt Bay
Steal at $250/mo 1/2 utll. Call 378-1281
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk $550 a month, 3 month lease. Call for Interview summer A or C. Rent negotiable, re-rent 4-23-8-4 + .v.llabl.'rom' May till eternity, only $290
338.4502, available May ,.t. 4- option for fall. Call 371-0777 leave mes- ves. per mo. Call 335-5607 and leave msg.

to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$260. 17-5-2 sage. 4-23-10-4 We'll pay you $75 to sublet 1br fully furnished 4-18-4-4

2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 4 BEDRM apt sublease for summer, begin Block from UF Business school. Sublet apt $375/mo Gatorwood. Close to '
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. May or June close to UF. Call 336-6860 Summer 1 brl1 b. apt, fall option. Modern, UF. Call anytime. 374-4381 4-18-5-4 Walk to campus 2bd/1 ba, $320/m,.
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 4-30-75- leave massage. Pinetree Grdns. 4-17-5-2 big enough for two. Price neg. Call evenings 1930 NW 3rd Ave Summer sublease w/
2 371-8265. 4-16-5-4 'The Laurels sublet summer c 3bd/3ba option to renew. Call Andrew at 338-
wash/dry tennis and other amenities. Call 4803. April Free! 4-19-5-4
2BDR House by UF Carport, fireplace,
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet alc,328 NW 15th Tar, College Park Apts. 336-3815 or 335-4455 anytime. 4-16-3-4
washer/dryer available In most units for Office: 411 NW 15th Str. 3717777. 4-17- Sublet 2bdr 1 lbs, cent ht/ac. Near VA, Relet Homestead apt. 2br, pool May-
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 ft 2 Bath 5-2 Shands, UF. Fenced yard ft ctyd. Avail Great local for summer pool-view apt In July/fall option. $345/mo $100 cash re
1250-1350.: sec & Imr. 372-6422. 4-30-, May 1 300mo. Call Chris at 335-4943. Oakbrook Walk, fully turn, walk to UF 1-2 bate. 336-0920. 41954Classifieds.
75-2 4-18-5-4 rmmts Call Cindy 376-8984. 4-23-8-4
ONE BLOCK UF

Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the Law school, 4 bdrm 2 ba w/ddlshwasher, Summer Sublet, May-Aug Point West, Sum c 2 f/ns for new 372 apt 1 block from ,.

price of one. Pool, tennis, sauna, wt. central ac/heat. fireplace, sundeck. nice 2br/1ba, poolside, close to campus. Call campus. Vaulted cell w/fan In ea room- Continued on next :
room. Stonerldge Apia. 3800 SW 34 St. neighborhood 750mo./ Avail August.' Teresa 374-6917, leave mtisage. 4185.4 must see. Hurry will go fast. Tina-371- page
375-1121. 4-30-45-2 371-8715. 4-18-5-2 9295. 4-17-5-4



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SUBLEASE HSEAPTSublet SUBLEASE: HSEAPTOxford 5 ROOMMATES ROOMMATESFemale ROOMMATESCOUNTRY

2bdr/lba/ for Sum- MANOR
to share apt
May to Aug to In Manor sublease sum c w/ fall option BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdr/1ba,
opt stay quiet mer. Behind! Norman Hall l7S/mo/ 6 1/2 master bedroom/bath furnished apt.
clean, turn or unfurn big bdr, own ba, 2/2, w/dvery clean & fun place! sublease Jacuzzi sauna, wt. room, huge pool, 1/2 371-7525/1-800-226-0502.' 4-16-5-5 Roommate needed summer C. $199/mo./
patio ft 2 Ig closets only $150/mo/neg. now A keep both creme couchescall ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room, 1/2 Call 371-7974. 4-17-5-5
Call Amy 3324706. 4.17.3.4 3711477. 4205.4 cable & utll. 372.2857 Dennis. 4.30.28.5 F N/S/ for Summer C wi F.III Spr. option.

Own rm In turn apt., walk to UFI $175/mo Oxford Manor
WINDMEADOWS large one bedroom, Female N/S Rmmt to share 2bdr/lba Apt
& 1/2/ utll. Call 377.97581ve msj. 4-16-5- F/ns own bedroom own bath
Wlndmeadow for sublease
upstairs, grey carpet, June 1 July 31. 3bd/3ba, from $175/mo & 1/2/ util, walking distance to 5 Rent negotiableCall
Call 378.6358 or 3733558. $$ DISCOUNT May-August with option for fall. Call anytime UF. Call 377-4244. 4-17-15-5 t 371-2096. 4.17-5.5
338-8315 or 338.8318. 4205.4
4-19-5-4 Summer and/or Fall/Spring. N/S/ rmmt for
Rockwood Villas N/S F Own bdr/ba for own turn bdr/ba/ In RocKwood Vlllai, $250 OXFORD MANOR
Oak Forest 4bdr/3ba sublet Summer A, BEAUTIFUL HOUSE! Your own room for and/or/ fall. $225/mo & 1/3 utll. price
sum & 1/3/ utll. Call Pam 335-4469. 4-18-5-5' F/NS/ own Bd/Ba 1/2 utilities
summer: 2 rma avail $160 Walk to cam
Rent negotiable. Call us at 3781733. 4- nego for aum. 336-4998. 4.18.10-5 Rent very negotiableCall
pus-great areal! 3737797. 4-20-5-4
1954F I LOVE MY PLACE and you will tool 2 rmi 3356768. 4-16-4-5
F to share 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo own avail In SW,wId, pool, brand-new) m/f/ n/s
Sublet/assume 'lease for 3br/2ba house in
Rmmt N/S to share 2bdr/1ba apt for bdr/ba, $200/mo ft 1/2/ util. Pool ft conve $130-200 life talk) 3387245. 4-185-5 M/F na to sublease Summer A or C. Ownrm
summer $175/mo> & 1/2 utll, walking distance super nw neighborhood cent h/ac: nient. 373-5423 or 904-264-3236. 4-17- In Mill Run 2bd/lbalpt $185/mo ft 1/2
wash/dry h/u; $485/mo call 372-3060 or
to UF. 377-4244. 4-26-10-4 '105F
376-2402 eves. 41944Summer Roommate Needed Starting In May to bills. Call 336-7016. 4-16-4-5
share 2bdr 2bath apt In Regency Oaks
Looking for a great place for summer? N/S to share a bedroom In a 2bd/2ba $220 a mo. Call Amy 3727627. 4-23-10- Looking for a fem non amok very quietand
sublet less than block from
OAKBROOK WALK 3rd II single bdr/ba./ one Brandy wine. $137/mo ft 1/4 utll. Avail May 5 studious room'! for fall and spring at
May-June-July, rent $380/mo or neg. campus 2 rooms In 3br house, price neg, 4. Call 335-9846. 4.17.10-5 _____ Rocky Point 2 bed/2 bath entire pond
available furn or unfurn. Call Chuck at
3766611. 4-26-10-4 Roommate M/F lAKEWOOD VILLAS own view. Please call soon. Lalnle 3381823.
3711554. 4-18-3-4 bedrrn w/bath in 3/2 house
1 furnished
336- 4-16-4-5
bd/ba, $240 per month & 1/3/ utilities.
ARLINGTON SQUARE 2bdr/2ba/ turn all hardwd firs, fence pets. ok, quiet, 1ml to 7450. 4-16-5-5'
'amenities, rent neg. Call 3744593. 4-18- Lakewood Villas-Sublse May-Aug furn, uf. 1 look la all It will take. $225, 375- SPYGLASS. 1 or 2 rmmts to share
4-4 bdr, own ba, wash/dry attractive and 7169. 4.17.8.5 3bd/3ba. Rent neg. Available summer C
clean, only $242/mo. 335-5569 leave Roommate to live wmale grad student woption/ for fall. Call 336-6108 and Ive
HUGE apt-2k sq ft 4bdr/2 message. 4-27-10-4 Grad student looking for summ A rmmt HAWAIIAN VILLAGE 2br/1ba $197.50 1 mssge. 41755I
1/2bapoolscreened In porchIndryhkupMayAugS52SmonegMay f/ns for 2ba/2ba Lakewood Villas. Optionto mo. own room. 375.3793Ieav. mesiage.
rent MILL RUN-Large 2bd/1 1/2ba twos w/w/d. ronew lease at lower rent call 335- Sum aublet. 4-16-5-5' I leyl I I need f/ns rmmt. own furn bdr for
tingle rms-.call now 332-9246. 4-20-5- Summer C w/optlon to renew for fall. Only 3780. 4-20-10-5 5/1-8/14/ 1187/mo. Call me now I 335-
4 $350/mo Available May 5. 338-0538. 4- Roommate wanted for 3bdr/2ba/ home, 5587. 4-17-5-5
Rmate wtd to share I Ig 3/2 house in Val-
20-5-4 convenient NW location, nice neighborhood -
Master bd/ba/ In 4bd/3ba twnhse need F wood w/young career man. Wash/dr/ own unfurn, $225/mo ft 1/2 utll, $100 Spyglass beautifully furnished 3bdr/3bath
share w/3 fun roomies for rm + bath. Mature cln n/a. $240 + 1/2util.
to apt sum- Need
tee. Call Jeff 3758173. 4175.5 complete wash/dry./ / one roommate
mersublet( ). Only $200/mo/ +1/4 utl. AMI GREAT HOUSE 3br across from O'dome, 3352789. 4-18-8-5 for summer. Call Sari at 338-9890..
335-5954. 4-20-5-4 wood floorastudio and yard l60/mo. N/S F for own room In part turn 2bdr/1 b. 4-17-5-5
Summer C A MUST SEE II 373-9930. 4- HEY YOUI F N/S Wanted: Own bdr In
apt, $200/mo ft 1/2 utll, avail May 5, closeto
OXFORD MANOR SUBLEASE 2bd/2ba/ 20-5-4 Spring Tree. $170/mo + 1/4 util Call Michelle campua. Call 371-4692. 4-17-5-5 Spyglass beautifully furnished 3bdr/3bath
avail summer C across from pool. At 3785512. 4-19-9-5' apt complete' with washer/dryer and everything
$200/room/mo. C11I371-1S171v msg. 4- Great Dealll Nice, efficient 2 bedr 1 ba apt F N/S to share 2bdr/1 bl apt., turn else. Need one roommate for
20.5.4 for sublease/re-rent./ Walk to VA Shands Roommate for Fall M/F: Fully furnished $150/mo & 1/2 utll, needed ASAP. Call aummer. $190 t ((13 for w/d/:!) a monthll
and campua. Price neg. 335-3560. 4-20- 2bdr/2bath./ $220/mo. 335-0504. 4-16-5- Lisa 335-4230 Iv menage. 4-18-4-5 Move in May 5. Call Mike 336-0891. 4-17-
Spyglass 3bd/3ba avail. May/June deposit 5.4 5 5.5
neg. lease exp. July 31 option for
renewal call 336-8439 alter 4:30.: 4-20-

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F/NS own br In 3br house, vry close to DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
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Oxford Manor 2 spacious bedrooms each 16 Elf 11 Dismay creator Abbr.
w/ own bath partially furn. $205 each 17 Scope 12 Oil source 54 Part of 63 Freeway
avail. May-Aug with option to renew In fall 18 Swing around 13 Befriends Montana's section

3722527. 4-20-5-4 19 Sherpa land 21 Quaker's motto 65 sequitur

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ROOMMATES ROOMMATES ROOMMATES ROOMMATESMale

Life in the ** OAKBROOK ** $175/mo F, n/., 1 or 2 Christian F rmmtaa lor summer In 1 or 2 Rmmtl needed for summer to share summer C, share large divided
share room, furnished, summer ft/or/ 2br/2 1/2 bi townhouse wWD./ 2bdr/2ba In The Bicycle Club Aptt. home close to UF w/ private entrance,
fall+spring, pool, security, deposit. Lynn $135/mo.-nag & 1/4 utll. 1 1/2 ml from $125/mo & 1/2 utll or $75/mo & 1/3 utll. patio, trees, cable, no party almo.
fast food lane. 371-4708. 4-18-5-5 eampua. 377-2301. 4-16-4-5 Lisa 335-5926. 4-19-5-5 $250/mo. 378-2016. 42065SUMMERFALLSPRING

.e OAKBROOK .. $3SO/mo F, n/s/ N/S for matter br/bith In 3br house SW. Wanted for summer 'In Spyglass Apt: mitr .. live In new
A share room, furnished, summer ft/or/ Walk-In closet, w/d, garage, fenced yard bdr/ba, wash/dry micro, rent nego, fully apta 1 or 2 rmmta for 2-3bdr respectively.'
\ fall+apring pool, security, deposit. S min to UF/Shandt, $185/mo/ & 1/3 util. turn wwater bed. 338-9022. 4-18-4-5 Mature, clean N/S. 3747198. 4-17-3-5
//DEAD Lynn 371-4708. 4-18-5-5 3381914. 4-17-5-5
Looking for 1-2 M N/S/ rmmtt to find luxurious Sublet for Summer C. 1 bdrm In2bdrml
END F Rmmt Needed for 4bdr/2ba furn condo N/S M/F to share 2bd/2ba apt for SummerA. apt 491-9013. 4-20-6-5 ba house 5 min walk to campus.
/ by Oaks Mall. Security System, wain/dry Covered Bridge 235/mo & 1/2 utll. Call $162.50/mo & utll. Call Tracey at 378-
.' $200/mo ft split elec., 335. 298. 4-25-10- Ken at 377-0849, leave m..g. 4-18- Rmmt to share 2Br/2Ba twnhie near 71861V message. 4-19.5.5
5 5-5 Tower rd/20 Ave SW. Prefer' prior military
J upper dlv.. or grad student n/a. $l67moft Rockwood Villa N/S/ F, fully furn, security
N/S/ liberal rmmt, own bdr In 3bdr house, N/S rmmt needed for quiet 2/2 end unit In 1 1/2 utl 1. 3325567. 4-19-5-5 system, wash/dry, micro, l95/mo. Alter
II IIIt 3blks from UF, SI 2/mo + 1/3 util. Pets Rockwood Villa. For Summer C and be 5:30pm: 4075782721. 4-19-5-5
Ok. 371-6059. 4-18-5-5 yond. Price nag. Call Mark 395-8823. 4- POLOS m/f rmmt needed for summer.
18-5-5 Own bdr/ba wash/dry & many extras. Roomt-$50per month w/utllities In exchange -
*OXFORD MANOR* summer ROOM- Only 1165/mo & 1/3 utilities.Anytime 335- for housekeeping$250; per month
MATE NEEDED. own master bdr. own F rmmt 1BR In 3BR apt. Summer C. $186 7738 Ive magi 4-19-5-5 w/utllitle Tower Oaks 332-0786/ after
bath. Townhousell wash/dryer price Spacious apt. Pool courts. May rant fra*. 8pm. 41615SPYGLASSfurn.
Negol l 335-3513. 4-18-5-5 Call Julia Iv mag. 378-6501 4-18-5-5 NSW F needed for summer with fall op
tion. 1200/mo ft 1/3 util.Across from cam- Own room+bath In 3bdr
Large Bdr, own ba, for 1 or 2 N/S/ Rmmts F/na Unfurn room In clean, quiet NW 3/2 pual Call 338-0411 Leave Message. for sum. $225/mo & 1/3 utll. wash/dry.
for Summer Call 336-4367. 4-18-5-5 ... 4 ml UF/SFCC Washer, Cable, 4-19-5-5 Avail. May 2nd. Call 335-S235, Kevin. 4-,
can be a slow Micro, No Peta. 1150/mo & 1/3 ut. 378- 20-5.5
2 N/S F roommates wanted for 2 big 6499. 4-30-12-8 N/S M/F for summer C for 2br 2bth has 3/4
death if you're loading room In NE Victorian mansion for summer ml from campus. $140 ft 1/4 utll. Call Brad **FALUSPRING** Neat studious n/.
upon highcholesterol term only. $200/mo each + utils. 373- F to share bdrm & bath In 4bdrm 2bath 378-3973 Ive mag. 4-17-3-5 female seeks same to share 2bd/1 ba apt
3682 Iv. msg. 4-17-4-5 houae. W/d, central heat/ac, walk to UF close to UF No pets. Call 3730786. 4-
high-fat foods 126/mo & utll.Avail 513. 371.8715 l/maa. ... F n/a/ quiet good student 4 .. sumC 17.2-5
that may eventually *Own Room in 2br/lb apt. F/ns. Quiet 4-18-3-5 own br/furn/wood floorslll' l40mo & 1/2
wooded, SW area, short bike to UF. Nlcel' utll. Great roommlelll Call 372-6141 btwn Need M/F to sublease own roomtbath In
choke your arteries 175/mo + 1/2 utll. May Free 373-1695 Own Room 'In 3BR hou... 5 mln walk 10campu. 2-12 SOON. 41845f Mill Run apartment for summer A/B/ or C.
and damage your 4-17-4-5 .. Summer A, B or C, m/f/ na preferred Avail now thru Auo Call at 338-0701 4-
148/mo & 1/3 utll. Call Now 373- f n/. roommate for summer sublease own
heart. If you're a teen Mile RunnlIudlou./ m/f./ semi-turn
N/S/ M to share 1 ibdr furn apt for summerC 5190. 4-19-5-5 bdrm/ba at Oak Forest apt. 160/mo ft 1/3
ager, slow down on only. $110/mo. 1/2/ util 1/2 block from utilities. Call Mary 3367645. 4-19-5-5 condo, central heat/ac, pool, ten-
fist food that's high in UF. Call 372-3203 afternoon 4-18-5-5 DESPERATEI! m/f/ rmmt needed 4 sum C nls/waih/dry.' / Start! anytime. Call collect
3052943094. 4-27-10-5
own bdr In spacious 3bdr twnhae (Oak Need Female share Mt. Vernon Apt this
fat. Chances are it'll OWN ROOM S159/MO 1/2/ util*, M N/S Forest) waah/dry, cool rmmtal 1155/mo aummer. Preferably' anr student, neat
catch up with you wanted to share nice 2bd/lba/ apt In SW ft 1/4 utll. Call ft Iv msg 3352550. 4-17- non-smoker a must. $250/mo & 1/2 utll. Case East F, own bed/bath/ wash/dry/ ,
area for summer c. Call 3959079. .18- 3.5 Karen 372-8580. 4-19-5-5 great apt. U50+1/2uUI negotiable for
someday if you don't.American 35 Sum C call today Lyn 377-3832. 4-20-5-5

Own room In 2Br 1 Ba apartment for Sum
y HeartAssociation SUBLET 1 bdr in a spacious 3bdr apt Only I $87.50 mo & 1/2 utll gets own room mer. Prefer' non-smoker, $130/mth & 1/2/ N/S for own furn bdr In 4 bdr NE house.
Sum C In 2bd/lba apt. $175 mo Fall. Wash/dry. l65/mo ft 1/4 utll. Available
Stonerldge Apts master bdr own bath negotiable. Call 336-6718 evenings. 4-
F and/or fall. Call Debbie 373-
Spring. Depa. Call 335-5520 summer
$229 a month for Mayl to Aug15 335- nag. 20-6-5
4839. 4.20.55Mu.lclan.ArU.II..coz,3
Amanda. 4-17-3-5
5008 Scott. 4-18-5-5
WEPE FIGHTING FOR
2 rmmt needed starting In May to share
'IO JR LIFEF SUMMER ROOMMATE wanted to share Female Non-Smoking own bdr 2 ml to 4bdr/2ba 4 block to UF, rent nego w/ bdrm bungalow
3bdr/2bath house lSO/m + 1/3 utilities UF, $173/mo & 1/3 utll. Call 372-2907. option to lease In Aug. 371-9353. 4-20-6- needs ((2)) social creatures to make it via-
377-6381 ask for Erlcjom, or Dan. 4-18- Need ASAPI 4-19-5-5 5 ble. $150 fireplace, porch 2 bath 377-
5.5 1510. 4-20-5-5

Rmmt Wanted to share nice 3bd 2ba NW
CRUISESHIPS NOW HIRING home All Amenities l85permo 1st last
$100 security 113 utility 372-7027 leave
for spring Christmas and next sum message. 42055Classifieds.
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ROOMMATES FOR SALE FOR SALE MOTORCYCLES AUTOS


Towns Parcl! F/N-S rmmt lor Sum C Bedroom living room A dining room furniture free-standing w/carpet. Fits I2xl4ft. Scooter-Honda Elite, 150 cc't, excellent 1971 Ford Econollne Custom Van. Has

$165/mo. + 1/3 util. Own rm avail May, fun 4 sale. All in excellent conditlonl Call: dorm. rm. must see $125 obo. 395.8518 condition 60mpg, w/helmet. $600. 332- sink, propane stove, fridge, table, and
rmmls Please call, Iv msg 3366882. 4- 372-8820 leave message. 4-26-106 Kim. 4-20-5-6 5268 evenings 4-17-4-8. bed. Many new parts. $1100 OBO 373-
19.4.5 7909. 4-20-5-9

MUST SELL) Graduating, 3 desks, sofas VITAMINS ARE CHEAPER AT GAINES 1987 Honda Elite 80, runs great blue,
Summer C-own bedroom In nice 2 bed and more. Steve 3356832. 4-18-5-6 VILLE GYM. 325 amino acid tablets helmet Included, $600 or best offer, call 77 Olds Omega runs great new: batt
room house, walk to campus rent nego $17.00 201 NW 6th St. 3788400.20.- Mike at 378.6189, Leave a message .4- A/C, tires alt radtr & more. $850 obo call
tiable. 372-7086. 4-23.8.5 BIKE Centurion Ironman, 23' Shimano 5-6 18.5-8 336-0252 leave message must selllll .4.
800 SIS new Imron paint seat wheels, 19-4-9
M/F N/S/ Roommate wanted to share ex. condo $700 Invest, will sacrifice $385. Peach couch good condition $150 negotiable INTERCEPTER 750. With Kerker Exhaust -
4bd/3bth/ apt. on Tower rd. $145 + 1/4 utI!. 376-6728 pm. 4-17-3-6 call Chriaty 336-4785 leave mes- Great condition $1400 OBO. 373-
10 WANTEDLocal
Call 332.6559. 4-19-4-5. sage. 4-20-5-6 3351. 4-19-5-8
Scan Design King Bed Dinette Desk
CHEAPI! n/a I needs same to share 3 brm Bookcase, Dresser. 376-2933. 4-18-4 Couch, chair a 2 end tables all matching, 75 HONDA cb 550 runs great! Excel! lor Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
NW spacious home May-August. 135 +1/2 wood. $125. 3369461. 4-24-10-6 town & hwy crt control, custom seat, new Rlnga ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle'a Fine
util. Woodsy yard. 372-9858 evenings 4- Macintosh computer double hard disk Ir bks & more. Asking $500 call 395-7284. Jewelry 37392..3.307510.
183.5 drive, Imagewrlter printer, mouse and disk MACINTOSH for sale. 128k programs 4-19-4-8
cabinet $900 OBO. Call 372-6750. 4-18- including MacWrlte. MacPaint and comm. Desperately need 2 graduation tix. Will
Mature n/s I to share 2bd/1 1/2ba town- 4-6 program. $650. also: I need grad tlx 336- 84 Kawasaki GPZ 550 red/blk. Kerker pay $. Call 335-2974 and leave message.
house, furnished, near UF, summer &/or 0903. 4-17-4-6 header new batt, brakes etc 2 helmets. 417510In
fall $175 + 1/2 335-4070.. 4183.5 FOR SALE bedroom furniture queen bed Graduating! $1200 obo. Call Keith 378-

dr..r.2 nlghttables, desk/chair. Excellent 7 REAL ESTATE 9353. 4-19-5-8 DESPERATE need of Grad Tickets.
F Rmmt needed to share lux apt at Laurels conditlonl Great price nego. 335- Willing to PAY. II interested please call

May-Aug, own bd/ba, w/d/ pool, sauna & 4321. 4-19-5-6 9 AUTOS 3785217. 4-20-6-10
great roommates! $200/mo t 1/3 util Kim Must Selll' Excel. cond condo 2br/2ba,
4-20-5-5 Graduating) Couch endtablei Pebble Creek area 2739 39 Dr., Call 813- .
335-5641 lamps, GRAD TIX desperately need grad tix.
666-5686 813.882-3525. 4-30-24-7 75 VW Beetle. Lovingly restored. NEW;
bedroom furniture. Will take beat offer. or
Will pay $$SI! Huge Immediate family.
Int. pnls, carpet, shks tires
Call 3781733. .4-17-3-6 upholstery
fix call m-f'
wxtra
Anyone 810pm. 335-
6 FOR SALE Assumable 8 1/2% Low down only butterscotch pnt strong engine. $2100.
7314. 4-17-3-10
Graduating Furniture for sale, full bed $310/mo P & I. Adorable Spacious 1Bdrw Warren 336-7392. 4-23-5-8

Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more dresser desk coffee table, and more. / loft, ceiling fan, skylight vertical Wanted: Cars-Trucks For Salvage
brands are all at our New Location I Car Stacey 3359800. 4-19-5-6 blinds Indry rm, storage & 2 decks.Beau-; 84 Renault Encore, red auto, AM/FM/ stereo run.
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- landscaping w/lot of Dogwood 4 Azaleas ac, low mileage. Some transmission ning/not running wrecked etc. 3711576.
2070. 4-30-75-6 Graduating-selling all. 2Bdr's.dlnlngoak 374-4923 or 376-4702 evea/wknds. trouble. Must sell, best offer takes It. 395- We Buy and Move. 4-20-5-10

end tables, etc. LOW Prices! call 336- 4.18.5-7 9810. 4-17-5-8
Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, 6646 Ive message. 4-18-3-6 11 SERVICESNW
Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best CONDOBrandywine Furnl 2bdr/1ba 1985 V6 Chevy Camaro awesome 380

Car Sterlo Installers In town. Car Sle- MUST SELLI! tan sectional couch great Jacuzzi, sauna, wt/rm pool 1/2 ml to UF, amp sound mag wheels top shape,
reo to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 condition call Michelle 335-1275 price 2-3 poop assume mortgage $515/mo/ & $6250. 1-237-1551. 4-20-7-9 Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
neg. 4-18-3-6 Condo fee 378-3772 Tim. 4-19-5-7 near Oaks Mall area 5.5 to 10 x 20 from
CAR ALARMS installed remote control 1979 OLDS CUTLASS $20. 10% disc. to students. 332-8917. 4-

any car truck or van fully guaranteed will House For Sale. Good for 4-Students. HILLTOP MANSION on 4 acres. 4BR 31/2 mechanics special green 3075.11
demo. Call 336.9193 student Iv. message Walking distance to campus-Cheap price. BA Swiss Chalet style home. Prime loca good rims and tires / $800 obo
430726Car 378-4046-Leave message. 4-20-5-6 tion. $280,000.Cindy Call 335-7688 ask for Nate. 4.17-5-9 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
Bailey Realtor 3726881. 4-28-10-

Alarms Autdpage, Chapman Home Classlcl 1975 Garcia, acoustic guitar 8.trlng. 7 81 Plymouth Champ
and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sinsul, Sherwood Spanish pine & Mahogany, 18 Built by MitsubishiIt's 1233 NW 10th Ave.
and more. We Beat All Prices! frets! Inst. books Incl. $350 obol/ 374- 150 acres-long road frontage close to I- not pretty but It runs 372-1664
373-3754.. 4-30-69-6 4925. 4-20-5-6 75/Wllllston Rd. $5600 per acre. Very $425. Call Thomas 3727027189 MC/VISA/lnsurance/
wooded.
Free Pregnancy Test
MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 Computer desk and printer stand Excel' Cindy Bailey Realtor 372-6881. 4-26-10- 77 Chevy Malibu. Reliable, original owner Member
Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate cond, cabinet and drawer space $90. Call 7 $500 obo. Call Steve at 376-5893 any- National Abortion Federation
H P. Price same or lower than mail 373-1716. 4-20-5-6 time. 4.24.10.9
order. Systems below include 1mb, 40mb By Owner-Suburban Heights, 4bdr+den,2 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
((28ms), graphics monitor ... For sale: large couch with 2 matching 1/2 ba, living rm-fireplace.formal dining.lg 1979 Chevette Brown, Auto, Malnt rec. Get confidential testing and treatment at
MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295, chairs and glass wall unit good condition family rm, 2400 sqft 115000. 3770497. $800 OBO Christ! 335-6838 leave mea- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-
MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 best offer call 338.85951I1v. message. 4-20-5-7 sage. 4185.9
$2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd A battery 4-20-5-6 AAA STORAGE
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb A graphics 8 MOTORCYCLESSick 89 Honda Accord Sport Coupe, white, Close to UF, Convenient
monitor $970.143 year warranties. LOFT-SUPER COOL unique design. 2 burgundy Interior tinted windows, beautiful 4x4x4 $15/mo

Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer bed custom for beaty. Carpeted. Ladder of parking? 87 Honda Elite 50 cond.. low miles, 11000. 335-6984.. 4x8x8 $25/mo
$185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 3743 W. Incld. Asking $185. 395.8150.205.8 Scooter 4900 miles, excellent condition 4-26-10-9 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
University Ave. 4-30-65 $500.377-2357. 4-19-10-6 4-30-75-11
Apt full of furn. grad sr must selll couch 72 Ford Torino. One owner runs great,

FUTON & FRAME.SALE! 2 chairs bedroom set, etc. Call Susan 1980 Suzuki GS 1000G $900. Call after extremely reliable, sale transportation.
GATOR MOVING **
From only $200. per set. 378-7039. leave message. 4-20-5-6 7pm 3723814. 4-16-5-6 $750. Call 3738991. 4-17-3-9
Call Matt 3775650.30.28.8, Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1 1-
5'9 T&C surfboard wleash excellent for' 1988 Tomoa Moped Excel Condition recent 1977 Flat Spider 1800 New Front Suspension Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves./ Long dls.

MUST SELL! VCR TV, Oueenbed. microwave beginners $100, BRAND new PASSPORT full srv checkup. Call Craig at 378. New Alternator Brakes, Tires Inte Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30-75-11
table w/4 chairs, all in excellent radar detector still In box $180, 6'2' surfboard 8524. 4-17-5-8 rior. Body damaged. Call 373-3728 For
condition Call 3782202. 4-20-10-6 new $250.395.7877 4-20-5-6 details, leave message $SOO B0. 4-18- SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons -

88 Honda Elite LX. Perfect cond. 112 mi. boarding woodser facilities *
For Sale: Compact computer with 20 meg Great Deal: Couch w/matching sofa end Bought for $1300 in Oct.. asking $1100 CHEAP 1978 Chevy Caprice 4dr runs hay rides parties sales' working
hard disc printer and monitor. Must selll coffee obo. Helmet incl. Eves 377-3833. 4-17-5- very smoothly, very dependable transportation students accepted. 466-3224 375-8080.
table table lamp bedroom set $500 call 335-5956. 4-20-5-9 43075.11
Will take best offer. Rich 3958835. 4.23-
brand All
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new) neg. 3778072. 4-18-3-6
10-6 MOPED Yamaha starts/runs flawless,

Couch coffee and end tables TV stand low miles great mileage, very dependable
Queen size waterbed bookcase head- whelmet $250 neg. Call Moe 3384251 -
papasan, wall unit standing lamp, bookcase -
board, padded rails, 2 sets of sheets 4-17-5-8 GRAB
waterbed, Call Stefanle 335-3721 YOUR DATE
$200. Korg guitar effect Peavey elec. guitar after 1. 4-18-3-6 ,
$200. 335-4632. 4-16-5-6

Graduating! Tan couch matching chair, MUST SELL NOWI Door store furniturelike CINEMA M' DRfiFTHOUSE MATE OR STEADY. .

2 end tables, dble bed, nite stand, newt) Graduating ..nlor.avlnQ' town NOW PLAYING ,
dresser 2 desks, will take best offer. CALL 336-5866 or leave mes. 4-20-5-6 INTERNAL AFFAIRS And Head for the New
Elyse 375-0287. 4-17-5-6
DISNEY/EPCOT 3 Day Pass-$50 0:00: 7:18: 9:48: Luxury Theatre...

.MOUNTAIN. BIKE cannondale 6 months Great Deal IJI-Call 335-9886. MIDNIGHTZUTIC
old '90 frame red wyellow trim, fat tires.
$400 firm. Brian 376-6509 leave mes
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sage. 4-17-5-6 //
SEIZED CARS, trucks, 4 wheel. .. ,

LOFT custom-made single' bed wladder./ ers TV's stereos furniture, computersby CINEMAS e 336-0408
9 mo old, very sturdy easily assem DEA FBI IRS and US customs. Avail

bled/disassembled apprvd by housing. able your area now. Call 1805.6827555

$125.395-8459. 4-17-5-6 Ext. C1670. .
SPECIAL
(call 7 days a week) Introductory
Kingsize waterbed bookcase/ drawers,
and rails $180 OBO. Men's red 10 spd BARGAIN PRICE

$60. Call Michelle 378-5512. Iv message ALL MONTH -
4-17-5-6

" THEATRES There/ 4 Difference See Great Movies
"Windsurfer' Mistral Maul
Good Condition 2 sails, OAKS MAIL 10 DAILY TVA4JTE aNO1 r
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New Mast $400 OAKS MALL hJIN NIWBIRflY ROAD 2 R r 4.30a6OAKSriEAST
Call Jon 376-5726. .4-17-5-6
OAKS 4 WEST O ANYTIME
331-8818 MS" (o MKSM II WUMMI Te Mall |
FOR SALE: 331-8118 M QMS ri a ja v. 50 0 THIS MONTH
PINK COUCH like n.wll!) O
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Caking Best Offer! 2.00, 14.00 0 $2.so) r.oo nru THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER (PC) ONLY
Call Stacy at 335-5986. 4-16-4-6 CRAZY PEOPUPGIS
1:30: ((4:300 $2.SO), 7:30.: 10:15: L
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Longboards $250 ea. On size wtr bed 01600a( (K) DRIVING MISS DAISY (K)
$100. Wetsult full $75. Stumpjumper Mtn I'45.(S'tS ) : SJ 1::45, ((5.30 9 J2.50)), 745: 955

bike $275. Bud neon sign $100. Call 376- 200.: CRYBABY((5:45 # $2. (PC-IS),1:00,10: ) JOOPPORTUNITY NUNS ON THE RUN (PC-IS ALL UOVIESPR STEREO SOUND
1803. 4-17-5-6 KNOCKS ": 200.: ((5:45 9 $2.50)) 100, 10:IS OT
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*SUNBELT MOVING* 24 hour wordprocessing. Reports, Does your fraternity sorority, or organization PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediatetest Bl W M 20, fret boy, attr, ate Ikg, sks same
resumes, cover letters and more. Call need $$$ for your spring activities? results from a reliable source 18-25, str Ikg only, no Urns or ugll... If
Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies, 3368535. Call returned ASAP. 4-30-21 Participate a one week on-campus marketing PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4- you even think you might be ugly don't
ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst. Lie/Ins. 12 project. Call Jill at 3959690. 4- 30-75-15 answer. Disc necessary. P O BOX 12462
Priced for Students! Marty 375-MOVE. 4. 16-1-13 G'vrIl132604. 4-17-3-16

3075.11 *ACE WORDPROCESSING* NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
" v Resumes, term papers, dissertations, M or Fm Leasing Agent. Part time. Must Get special student discounts on exams
*FREE* legal technical 3357064. 4-20-15-12 work weekends. Apply LaMancha Apis. and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. 18 RIDES
914 SW 8th Ave. 4205.13 HOOD. 377-0881 4.30.75.15
Pregnancy Test Pickup/Del./ Typing and wordproc. near $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 5 yrs. of
Gainesville Women's campus. Dependable, quality service. ATTENTION JAX STUDENTSI! Now hiring Look Your Best Everyday! wkly Frl's/Sun bus trips. Pets ok pkg
HEALTH CENTER Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol wait staff, bartenders, cocktailers, high Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for trantported. GMC trans 336-7026 ((305))
720 NW 23rd Avenue 3734464. 41711.12 volume restaurant, good summer $ Apply Info about the PERMANENT removal ol 266-3788. 4-30-75-18
377-5055 now. Tex-Mex Cantlna. 8520 unwanted facial ft body hair. 3744307.

ABORTION (To 24 Wks) QUALITY typing ft Laserprlnt. Thesis, Baymeadows Rd. 4-20-5-13 4-30-75-15

BIRTH CONTROL resume, papers. UF grad owner. Scribe 19 PETSFREE
Gynecology Services Services 821 NW 13 St. 3776170. Office Assistant to answer phones, file, $STUDENTS GET CASH
4-30-71-11 ..** 42717.12 etc. Hours Mon.-Fri.! 2-7 and Saturdays For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's old all
Two
9-2. Nonsmoker. Call 3750772. 4-20-5- 372-1226. W. Univ. Ave.-next to Cen- to good home. year

MOVING? IBM Compatible WP 5.0, Laser printer, 13 tral City. 4-30-75-15 white neutered cat female.wyellow Very eyes.well Declawed behaved and and

Resourceful student w/full size truck will legal/medical terminology, reports, papers call
talkative. I'm moving soon, please
beat any price In town. 336-9461. 425. thesis. Call 378-2034. 42011.12 ATTENTION: If you are 16 years or older, SAVE ON RAYBANS
19-11 earn up to $200 weekly working part- University Opticians now 335-6821 Amy. 4-16-7-19

Typing and Wordprocessing Legal, time.no transportation necessary. Call 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
McCoy Mini Storage term papers,etc. Professional quality and the Tampa Tribune for Dan at 378-0812. 4-30-68-15

2160 N.E. 1st Blvd.6X1010X10IOX20. reliable service. Call Nancy, 372-2750. 4-20-5-13 20 LOST & FOUND '>
sell low but at EZ Tennis
4-24-10-12 Anybody can once,
Call Us 378-3286 Marketing Research Assistant nonsmoker we are making It a career. Sale or no
15-20 hrs/wk, mornings only. sale, we will beat any price In town. 4-27- Finders Keepers?
4-27-20-11 .*** QUICKSILVER ..*. If you find something, you can place a
Prefer soph/jr, speak/read Spanish or 15-15
Quick, reliable, guaranteedl hr/7 days.Starting FREE ad In this section. Be kind to someone
MOVING? Running out of time? Let Gator at $1.50 per page. Call Jared at other language. Good computerofficeskills who lost what you found. Call 373-
Moving pick-up store & deliver your belongings 378-6515. 4-17-5-12 plus 3.0 gpa. Bring resume to Al- At EZ Tennis, we provide our customers FIND.
to you In the fall. 374-4791,374- Ichem Ind. 4001 Newberry Rd. Suite E-3 with 3 things: quality products, great
430.21.11ONE TYPING Gvl. 4205.13 prices, excellent service. When you think of Rev
4488. : legal/medlcal/thesis/term papers Lost gold Anne Klein watch outside
etc. Professional expedient. $1 per about It, anything else Is uncivilized. 4- 4/5. Sentimental. Rewardl! Call Amy 335-
MAKE EVERY DAY EARTH DAY.
STOP DENTISTRY page. Call 375-3324 Message. 4-18-5-12 27-15-15 5856. 4-16-5-20
environ
Summer campaign for the
Accepting new pta, emerg. ment. Earn $2500 to $3500. Help pass STRINGING at EZ Tennis has been on
TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser REWARD: Lost small gray & brown male
Adult cleaning $30 child $20 the Air Act, tighten pesticide control, ft sale for 3 years, which makes It our dally 378-
vice. $1.25 double Call 373-8387, Yorkshire/terrier Info call
space. dog any
((4)) Wisd. tee. $325 ((3)) Wlsd. tee. $250 4-26-10-12 promote comprehensive recyclng. Available price. Once again, we rest our case. 4-
5428. 4-17-5-20
((2)) Wlsd. tee. $200 In 18 states & D.C. Call Kate toll- 2010.15
Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V. AE fre:1-800-7S-Earth 4-20-5-13
Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people. 13 HELP WANTEDAVON : Quality tennis shoes under $30, Aerobic FOUND: Calculator with initials scratchedon
It. Call Susan at 335-5926 to identify.
H.T. Gonsoulln, DDS, 372-9521 MEDICAL, NURSING, OR MEDICAL shoes $35; running shoes 25-45% off. B
4-30-19-11 375-8867 TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS: Shands 4 U buy check out EZ Tennis We are 4-17-5-20

Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. Hospital at University of Florida has 2 small-yes, but we can save you a bundle. LOST YELLOW SPIRAL NOTEBOOKCALL
Van Trailer lift high by 40 ft long by 8 It Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13 student assistant positions available In 4271515EZ 395-9763 REWARD OFFERED. 4-
wide for summer storage purposes For the Infection control department. The position
Info 332-8878 Mr. Kaplan. msg & phone NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER will work with infection control practitioner Tennis offers the best in rackets, 16-5-20

#. 4-27-15-11 CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for by assisting In patient shoes, sportswear, strings ft accessoriesat LOST: Wens' 'class ring, gold w/purple
program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis surveillance, chart review, clerical duties, low prices with great service. 34 St. atone, '87 GHS,T.511,378-1682 REWARD.
Beautiful Live Guitar Music lor your wed : Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire: and errands. Familiarity with patient Plaza. 4-20-10-15 4-17-4-20
ding or party by exp. professional. Acoustic Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave charts, medical terminology and Pharma
or dance music avail. Larry 336-5624. Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 16 ceuticals. Nursing, medical or medical Student Faculty Air/Hotels/Tours, discount Found watch outside O'Connell Center on
4-17-5-11 Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045. technology students with clinical experience cards to Europe, Save big $ this Mon 4/9 3355248. 4-16-3-20
Please 1-800-776-0520.. 4-18-48-13 and who are self-directed are pre- summer. Dorothy's Trvl Professionals
Need Help Moving?? fsrred. Hours are flexible and require a 377-1600. 4-18-10-15 Lost-Ladles black Pierre Cardln watcl\at
Students moving Students Fast Reliable, Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew commitment of 10-20 hours per week. Broward Court. If found Please call Marcia -
Cheap,we'll do It all. Erick 3357617. 4. psoriasis medication. 331-5379. 4- Qualified applicants should submit an application AUTO INSURANCEVERY at 395.73111..ntlmental value. 4-19-
30-12-11 30-47-13 or resume no later than Friday, LOW PRICES 5-20
April 20, 1990 to: Leslie Samet, Shands Students welcome! Call today Sunshine
RESUMES don't wait till the last minute, Hospital University of Florida Box J-337, State 4ns. 371-9698. 4-30-14-15 FOUND: Mens dress watch In Rockwood
get the best now. For appt. 378-6165 EARN $35 Gainesville FL 32610, ((904)) 395-0786. Villas Tennis Courts. Call to claim. 372-

2950 SW Archer. Also see our grad an.nouncement. This week for new donors for 2 plasma EOE. 4-16-1-13 SILVA METHOD 0158. 4-17-3-20
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VIDEO DUPLICATIONVIDEO month. Free refreshments, tree parking. A Few avail., excellent pay, great career May Seminar. Call For More Info. 804- Hall. 3921744. 4-17-320
EDITING Experienced staff serving you since 1969. placement after graduation. For more Info 3746684. 4-17-5-15

Walton Electronics, Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 377.3187 SWco. 4205.13 FOUND: Puppy short brown hair, around
376.5658 SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon-Frl 8-7 Sat. Hostel passes, travel packs,passport carriers Alachua General Hospital. 338-1465. 4-
4-20-5-11 8-2. 4-30-73-13: Energetic babysitter to watch 2 small children everything you need to travel at 17-3-20
In my NW home. Must be avail for Braslngtons Trail Shop 2331 NW 13th St.

TYPING Local Girl's Scout Camp 7 wk live-In position entire summer ft fall. Own trans nece. 4-30-13-15. Found set of keys on campus FAC 213.
counselors, horseback riding Instructor -- 3774131. 4-18-3-13 392-2017 to claim. 4-17-3-20
cook. If you love children call Running shoes prlcebuster SALE! 25-40%
12 SERVICESYOU Kay 4953917.4018.1013 Ceramic decorating 10 hrs per wk. Art- off-Avla, Saucony, New Balance ft morel
ed, art, etc job begins May 90. Close to EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza 3722257. 4-30- Found Centerboard for Sunfish Sailboat.
WRITE WE TYPE Attention Students! UF. Reply to Box 286 Gainesville 32602. 11-15 Sun 4/8 at Noona Lake. 3745929. 4-18-
Business Legal Personal Reports full and part time work svailablel 4-18-5-13 3-20
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. Excellent pay, hours Incredibly flexible. 50% off any aerobic wear-
G'ville Handicapped Typing Call 372-1476. 4-16-5-13 Insurance office needs full time receptionist tights.tops.briefs.shorts. Our goal at EZ FOUND: Prescription glasses on corner of
3787179. for summer. May7-Aug24, 8-5, Tennis to offer the highest quality product Museum and Newell. 3957552. 4-18-3-20
4-30.75.12 CRUISE SHIP JOBS Mon-Frl must have typing & computer at the lower possible price) 34 St
Opportunity guide skills. Call for appointment 3772077. 4- Plaza. 4-30-11-15
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18 ALLIGATOR MONDAY.APRIL 16,199uI

Bowlers have l


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national titleBy



( BRIAN STENBERG

Alligator Writer

After months of hitting strikes and

spares, UF's men's bowling team has a
.. chance to win its first national championc c

ship.
Six members of the team will travel to

.. Portland,Ore.,April 26-30 to compete in the
II +II tional Bowling Council championshiptches.

.
.... "I think we have a shot at winning our
'0, r rst-ever national championship," said
.,'" ike Paiva, a UF biologist who has been
r of UFs teams the last 10
Georj: o'; .)*o coach bowling
Tournamen \ years.
Paiva,32, said the men's organization has
done well for a number of reasons, espe-
cially the skill of its five starting bowlers,
many hours of practice and a tough compe-
tition schedule.
Team members bowl at least 20 hours a

lob week, Paiva said, after totaling time spentat
b the weekly practice sessions or with a

league.
Practice is more than slinging a 16poundball
toward 10 pins at the end of a narrow
.w lane. Paiva said it's more of a science. The
bowlers need to stretch and stay in shapeto
help improve their games and to avoid


injuries.The hours of practice often pay off for the

bowlers with invitations to compete at tour-
naments around the state and nation. This
UPI VICTO semester, Paiva said,the team has attendeda
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR tournament about every other week.
Nine teams from the Southeast, including UF (in white) and As the team competes more, it receives
I Palm Beach here, competed in the two-day event, held at more exposure.That exposure,he said,has
various locations on the UF campus. helped the bowling team recruit t players
from high schools and other colleges.
To coin a phrase,winning four out Paiva hears from about 300 to 400 bowl-
of six ain't bad. who interested in for
ers a year are bowling
Thaf just what the UF Internationals the UF team. "A lot of it is because they'll
a soccer club composed of stu- hear about us going to nationals," he said.
dents from around the world did
The team also is ranked fifth among U.S.
.. : Sunday afternoon, defeating Georgia college teams. The Professional Bowlers
Tech 2-1 in overtime to win their
Association recently
announced that figure ,
fourth A.C. Moore Invitational Tournament
Paiva said, and "since that's been on (tele-
.
title in six
years. vision) I've probably had 15 inquiries."
The Internationals froma
emerged The Reitz Union the bowling
field of nine teams to win the 13th sponsors
'A team and pays for most of the group's trips
annual tournament at Lake Alice
Field. and expenses. It won't be paying for the tripto
o Oregon however because the National
,
.; After holding the Yellow Jackets to
Bowling Council wil.
a 1-all tie,courtesy of a goal by James
Seniors David Bell and Jimmy Strobel,
Homich both teams proceeded to
.. a Richard Mayor,
penalty kick tie-breaker to determinea juniors Randy Ewers and
r ; winner. and sophomores Eric Cox and Glenn Sha-

The Internationals scored on threeof piro will make the trip, Paiva said.

their first four attempts, while
Georgia Tech made only one. The
Student wins
Yellow Jackets needed to convert ..

\ ... axi their fourth-attempt to stay alive in
the contest, but Internationals goal- bowling crown'OF
keeper Patrick Cherkani dived to his

right to block the shot and seal the junior Linda Woods won the

n victory. Association of College ,Unions-Inter .
national bowling title last weekend-
The hosting UF soccer club tied
giving'her a victory in ,one of:ttie
for third
place in the tournament. UF
;&.
toojrna--
country's,most.prestlgious
played the Palm Beach Kicks to a 1-all fI "
tie in the consolation game Sunday. ments;, *-\
", ... Tennessee finished fifth, followed Competing!ia Tampa,Woods averaged ::' o.

..-:; : by Louisiana State, Miami,. Georgiaand j 226.4 for..10;gam ?'and-broke:;,.
Florida State. two national tec rds'in the.process.: ,
JrI Courtesy the victory,she won a spot
The tournament also marked a in the national 1 level of,:Team USA,
aIIIrKEVIN farewell for UF soccer club making her eligible to try out for the.
founder/physical education professor U.S. Olympic bowling team..
WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR A.C. Moore,who started the clubin Woods emerged from a field of 24
... UF defender Marc Minch (left) heads the ball safely away from a Palm Beach 1953. He retires next month. ,competitors..to win the title.,

attacker. JASON DAVIS ALLIGATOR STAFF



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MONDAY. APRIL 16, 1990,ALLIGATOR..
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: Promising weekend _goes sour for baseball team


6 By GUERRY SMITH Gators slipped to 21-20, 5-7. Witha
/, Alligator Writer three-game series against Geor-
gia coming up next weekend, they
After winning a tense, nationally are in danger of missing the six-
televised extra-inning affair team SEC Tournament.
\ against Mississippi State on Friday Securing a spot in the tourna-
I ,the UF baseball team suffered ment will be UPs primary goal the
,
through a nightmarish Saturday. rest of the season,Arnold said.The
c Playing as if they still were Gators have four conference seriesto
dreaming about the previousgame play, beginning next weekend
the Gators did little right as with first-place Georgia.
the Bulldogs pounded out 33 hits "That's a key thing right now," >b
and scored 25 runs to sweep the Arnold said."Unfortunately, we go
series-ending doubleheader 18-4 to Georgia next weekend, and it's
and 7-2 at Perry Field.A going to be a real monumental task
sample of Mississippi State's trying to get two out of three from
domination and UF's listlessness: them. If we could win a ballgameor
By the end of the third inningof two,I would be happy with that.
the first game, the Bulldogs had Frighteningly, the first game f, fa
10 runs on 11 hits, five UF errors, could have been worse$han it actually ,
two walks, a hit batter and a wild was. The Bulldogs had 63
plate appearances, but left a sea
pitch.MSU third baseman Burke son-high 18 runners base, and,
Masters scored in each of the first two innings ended on ,line-drive,
three innings. double plays.;, '.
Herbert Perry was the most Mike Juhl's"openingInning"
successful Gators pitcher. Perry, pitching woes continued ; ]left-
who had not pitched since his high handed junior((0-5)),who had givenup
senior year in 1987,hurled the final 10 first-inning runs in his four
three innings because Coach Joe starts, allowed two more Saturday,
Arnold did not want to waste a but the damage did not end there..:
regular pitcher. He could not retire any of the
Both MSU pitchers tossed six batters he faced in the second
complete games, limiting UF to a inning, yielding four hits and
combined six runs on 12 hits while watching his fielders commit the.
striking out 13. Gators' third and fourth errors of
Every MSU player had a hit the game. The Gators would boot
by the fifth inning, and all nine four more balls, surpassing their
starters had scored after the top of season high of seven against. Cen-
the sixth,when the score was 15-0. tral Florida.
The second game was much bet Reliever Chris Law fared no better i.
ter in comparison to the first one than Juhl. prompting Arnold to
the Bulldogs had only five runs bring in Perry in the seventh in- REGGIE (.RANT ALLIGATOR
and six hits at the end of the third ning. The sophomore first base- UF second baseman David Valdes epitomizes the Gators' weekend series against Mississippi State I
Inning. man, who threw three no-hitters in by bobbling what might have been a double play.

"We didn't play with a lot of high school, was able to pitch Camposano's two-out single in the In the second game, the Bull to 5-2 Reed limited UF to two
Intensity today," Arnold said. "I curve balls for strikes. He struck fifth, and by that time the Bulldogshad dogs appeared to be on their way more hits. Mike Moberg's double-
guess we felt like we won the out four MSU batters, includingthe a 13-run lead. Given a rare to another route, but after scoring play ground ball with runners on
ballgame yesterday (Friday), hot-hitting Tommy Raffo. chance to bat, George singled four runs in the third, they finally first and second in the fifth inning
therefore, we didn't have to try That was probably the biggest against Perry in the ninth inning., cooled down.A killed UFs last rally.
very hard today. So we didn't play strikeout of my life," Perry said. Left fielder John Cohen, who sore right shoulder forced UF Friday, UF probably did imag-
very well defensively, we didn't hit "He is probably their best hitter." was 4-for-5 with a home run and starter John Burke ((2-5)) to leave ine how the series would finish.
much today and the pitching Although Perry gave up only one four RBI, said the Bulldogs cannot the game in the third, and reliever The Gators survived a game-tying,
wasn't very good. earned run in three innings, Arnold play any better than in the first Cord Corbitt gave up three singles three-run ninth inning MSU rally
"Against a team like MississippiState nixed the idea of pitching him game. and walked a batter before settling and held on to win. Joe Russo
if you falter in one of those more often. "That was the best ballgame down. He struck out five consecutive doubled to right-center field in the
categories, you're probably goingto "If we get way behind in a we've played all year,"he said."We batters at one point, but the 10th, giving the Gators a 10-9 vic-
be in trouble." ballgame where it's out of reach were mentally ready to play. The UF offense could not hit MSU tory after trailing 7-3 in the sev-
The Bulldogs, ranked 17th by late in the game, we would," he day before, we didn't play badly, pitcher Bobby Reed ((6-2)), who fin- enth.Todd ...
Collegiate Baseball/ESPN, Im- said. "Other than that, no." but we spent nine hours on a bus ished with a five-hitter. McCray ((5-2)) won the
proved to 27-11 overall and 10-5 in MSU pitcher Chris George ((7-2)) coming down here, and that af- After Eric Martinez' two-run game in relief after blowing a save
the Southeastern Conference. The did not allow a hit until Bo fected us." homer in the fourth closed the gap opportunity.


I Tennis teams combine to reach new level of perfection I


matches and blanking three Mississippi, line, before Mitten changed the pattern and going 18-2.
By GUERRY SMITH State opponents. Holly Lloyd at No. 3 sin- Danforth volleyed a winner. "I think that with every match I play, I'm
Alligator Writer gles, No. 5 Amy Alcini and No. 6 Cathy UFs other winners were Andrea Farleyat getting better and better," Lloyd said. "I've
Southeastern Conference opponents have Goodrich administered the shutouts, and No. 1 singles and Jillian Alexander at No. gotten more confident each match I've
feared playing the UF women's tennis team Goodrich's match lasted fewer than 45 min- 4 singles. With the exception of Farley, played, so I feel much better about myself'
for several years because the Lady Gators every player had to move up a position when I go out on the court.
not only beat them they crush them. The utes.The Bulldogs,who tied Mississippi for the because No. 2 Nicole Arendt was out withan The men's scores were not quite as im-
same could not"be said of the men's team, honor of winning the fewest games in sin- illness. pressive as Lloyd's, but the opposition was
however v gles against UF ((25-2)), decided not to play The star of the weekend, however, was 13th-ranked Kentucky. The Gators, 16-6
But over the weekend,the men joined the the doubles matches. Lloyd, who blanked two of her three opponents overall and 4-3 in the SEC, won four single,
women as the two teams combined to win Holly Danforth played the "marathon" in singles and teamed with Jillian matches in straight sets, and Bruce Haddad
28 of 30 individual matches against four match,losing three of the first seven gamesto Alexander to win 6-0,6-0 in doubles Friday. clinched the team victory with a 2-6,7-5,6-3
different SEC teams at the Varsity Courts, Sarah Mitten at No. 2 singles before She was 23-10 playing primarily No. 5 sin- conquest of 69th-ranked John Yancey.Ken-
the women defeating Alabama, Auburn and winning eight of the next 10 for a 6-3, 6-2 gles as a freshman last year, but began the tucky ((13-10,1-5)) lost its fifth straight SEC
Mississippi State and the men beating Ken triumph. Her match had the most interest- dual-match season in 1990 out of the lineup match.
tucky. ing point of the day a "Can you top this after a poor fall season. David Blair, recovering from a back in-
The third-ranked women's team surpassed sharp angle?" rally at the net. Danforth and But Coach Andy Brandi! inserted her into jury, lost at No. 2 singles to Andy Potter
its usual level of dominance on Sun- Mitten hit three cross-court touch shots the lineup for the National Team Indoor and the doubles matches were canceled br:
day, losing a' total of eight games in six apiece, each one landing closer to the side- tournament, and she has played superbly, mutual agreement.



JO AUJGATOR MONDAY AI'KIl 16.194x1)


Pukstys breaks American recordJavelin

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thrower's performance highlights Gatorade 4-Way track meetBy f I

MATT FOGLESON ships,which begins May 30 in Durham, and 56-10, respectively.
N.C. Earl Diamond missed an automaticbid Other winners:Dan Middleman,3,000
Alligator Writer by 0.11 seconds in winning the 110-() steeplechase (8:47.71): ); Marcel Carter,
UF senior Tom Pukstys threw the meter hurdles with a 13.93 performance. 100 dash ((10.84)); Mike Holloway, pole
javelin an American collegiate record Russell Willitt added 10 points to the vault ((17 feet,3/4 inch);and Dion Bent-
267 feet,8 inches in the first event of the men's score by winning the discus throw ley took the long jump ((25-6 3/4)). = r
Florida Four-Way Gatorade Invitational and the shot put with distances of 183-11 The Lady Gators were led by Raelene
track meet Saturday,and the men's track Carter's first-place finish in the discus
team coasted to an easy victory at Percy ((150-5)() ) and second place in the shot put
Beard Track. Track team gets with 4011."I .
Pukstys, who broke his own record of was pleased with (my perfor-
258-7, said he didn't expect to be per- another signeeThe mance)," Carter said. "I stayed consis-
well with about six weeks still "
forming so tent. Things are looking up.
.remaining in the season."I UF track team collected its But Dorchelle Webster, whose 57.42in
had no idea I can throw this far this third recruit of the spring signing the 400 hurdles was good for first
early," Pukslys said. "But I haven't period Friday when Gerard Rey- place and an invitation to Durham, told
peaked yet. nolds, a hurdler and long jumper Kearney she was not pleased and wanted
The UF women's track team, mean- from Willingboro, N.J., announcedhe better times.
while,didn't fare nearly as well,finishing will become a Gator. "She knows what she's capable of
second to North Carolina in what Lady Reynolds last season had a time doing,"Kearney said of Webster's disappointment 4Z
Gators coach Beverly Kearney called of 14.30 seconds in the collegiate "Right now,she's looking for
"one of the worst meets we've had for 110-meter() hurdles. This season he certain times."
the season." leaped 24 feet, 8 inches in the long The women won only two other events win
The Lady Gators scored 54 points, to jump. Wendy Frazier's 1652.53: run in the
North Carolina's 70. FSU was third with He hails from the same high 5,000 meters, and Lisa Rhodes' 20 feet,
50 and Kansas was fourth with 11. school that produced Olympian and 1/2 inch leap in the long jump.
In addition to Pukstys' javelin throw, world-record holder Carl Lewis. Kearney said UF's performance was
the Gators won nine other events and "Gerard should be a great addition handicapped by injuries to sprinter Anita
scored 73 points to beat second-place to our team,"track coach John Howard and javelin thrower Cindy
Florida State by 12 points. Kansas was Webb said."He's got great potentialin Herceg.
third with 33, and North Carolina fin- both the hurdles and long jump The Lady Gators' top javelin competitor -
ished last with 27. and comes from a program that has Mary Aman, finished fifth more
Mark Everett raced to victory in the won 124 consecutive dual meets." than 55 feet short of FSU's Kari Keith,
400-meter run with a time of 45.46 sec- ALLIGATOR STAFF who qualified for the NCAAs with a
onds to qualify for the NCAA Champion- throw of 1742.
M

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As triathlons become more and Petersburg.The Last year, almost 450 people partic-
more popular with UF students lookingto recently expanded purse puts ipated. An even stronger field is expected
push themselves to their physical the race in the top five races in the this year. Individual
limits, one of the biggest tests of en- country in terms of prize money. registration fees are$50 until April 18;
durance soon will be held only a couple Entries are now being accepted for $55 thereafter.For [
hours to the South. the race, which is a qualifier for the
More than$20,000 is on the line this national triathlon to be held in Las more details,call race headquarters SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR I
year for winners of the Tampa Bay Vegas in October. It is the largest at (813) 823-2727. UF senior Tom Pukstys set an American collegiate
Triathlon, to be held April 29 in St. qualifying race in the Southeast. ALLIGATOR STAFF record of 267 feet, 8 inches Saturday at the t
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1%I a I-ri 1.N11 ill raIy, 11(. il d .1 ,,. U'1 .es l 4 r 5&U a' urn Puis hid Cme s C0r1 I I 'I Iilk in 4, P VOLUME 83. NUMBER 141 MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1990 UF gets a kick in the grass.18 Mississippi State batters baseball team. .19 Psychedelic Richard Butler, lead singer of the Psychedelic Furs, performs with the band as part of UF's Earth Day 1990 Celebration at the UF Bandshell Saturday evening Smoking bill rejected, to be amended Rep. David Flagg will submit a new version sometime this week By M.D. CUMELLA Alligator Writer A proposal to end the sale and use of cigarettes on all state university and community college campuses failed in the state Legislature last Tuesday. but the bill's sponsor isn't giving up. Rep. David Flagg, D-Gainesville, said he plans to submit an amended version of his anti-smoking bill to the House Higher Education Committee this week. The original bill, defeated by a 2-2 vote in a House Higher Education sub-committee April10, would have banned the sale and use of cigarettes at Florida's nine state universities and 28 community colleges. Students, administrators, faculty members and visitors who smoke would have been required to leave campuses before lighting a cigarette Flagg said he proposed the bill after speak ing with former U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop in Gainesville Nov. 20. Koop lectured UF students about AIDS, family violence, and the dangers of drinking and smoking -The Surgeon General said more people die as a result of nicotine every year than cocaine or marijuana," Flagg said Rep. Miguel Deflrandy, R-Miami, who voted against Flagg's bill Tuesday. said he V l propose two amendments to the bill this week The amendments will either designate all outdoor areas as smoking areas or impose stricter limits on indoor smoking areas, but the ban on cigarette sales probably will rei main in the bill, DeGrandy said The law, if enacted, would be stricter than other federal and state smoking laws and would supersede those laws on Florida's campuses DeGrandy said he would be Flo willing to change his vote if the committee accepts either amendL '* ment. 19 I'm trying to find an accommodation that's fair to both smokers and non-smokers," DeGrandy said Flagg said lobbyists from the American Tobacco Institute oppose his bill. "It probably is a terble bill as far as they areconcerned,' Flagg said 'But I don't care" "We all pay 62 cents out of every healthcare dollar for the medical care of smokers UF Student Body President Michael Browne said he also opposes Flagg's proposal, "It's wrong to try to ban smoking outside," Browne said "No one is affected by second hand smoke outside' Browne said he favors the current law requiring designated smoking areas in all public buildings, and legislators shouldn't be ri 19 making other rules for universities Let each campus decide its own polices, Browne said UP administrators removed all cigarette machines from campus in December 1988 after requests from the Student Senate, the Student Health Advisory Board and Health EducatorJoanneAuth UF also banned smoking in campus dining areas last semester. da Former student body health cabinet director Jason Rosenberg favors the rule, but he admits en0 forcement might be difficult 'You need the rule to protect the rights of non-smokers," Rosenberg said. Jaywalking isn't too practical to enforce either, but it's a good rule to have on the books Richard Gutekunst, College of Health Related Professions dean, agrees with Rosenberg but said even outdoor smoking should be restricted. "No-smoking rules are rather dificult to enforce," Gutekunst said, "But it's the messagethat's important, Smoking isunhealthy I would designate areas on sidewalks about 3 feet square. so that those who smoked would be in one confined area he said Official says Dawn Rowe competent to face trial By RONALD DUPONT JR. Aligator Writer hormi (IF secretary Dai'n Rowe, mother of 14-Lear old David Rowe, has bee found (orelen! to sand trial in collecilon With the attemptI mnorder charges levied upon her alter a Novell her shooting [he NliooLimg -In whilch l)iAwni Rowe allegedly shiot a woman i itL head occurred aboul seven monihl atter her a1) Drvid waS charged with a:tiemltt( Fourder vlien he repeatedly siab.d IUF student Stacy 1aRocca[ David Rowe was convicted of attempted first-degrer imir der Mardi 11) Divn R low.h hti ad hutted Ill for her sonsrr'sl i thtuleri n I, (rMilk' |o ICll Lit' Ill I 1o I h)IIIIi'sll. With aliken to the I !irda (j. t Hospial in Chaiahookhee tor psyhiatric ivaluaion In a letter mailed I rdayv, Mhua County courthouse officials told the Alachua County SheriffN office to bring Rowe back to Gainesville IThe Ieuer was based on the lindmgs o Stewart parsons, the forenics adminis rather at the state hospital Parsons said Rowe 'hfias all adequate understlanding ol the natu re all ( seriouisness of hit c rinnal charges, is able to communiate ratonallyvwathan attorneyand otherwise capable of satisfactory part cipaing i the defense of the case." life November shoot ing occurred on see Rowe. page 12 9 a.m.: UF President John Lomrbard will raise the Earth Day Flagon the steps ofTigert Hall Call 392-6253 4:05 p n.i Alachua County En vironmental Services Directorjohn Schert will discuss "Environmental Protection in Alachua County" in Commumcore Building Room CII1 Call 392-0943 5p.m.: Paul Beaverof Amazonia Expedlitiorns will present a raintorest Program in MCarty Auditorium Call 377-6298. 2:30 today through Thursday: Donate to Global Releaf, a national reforestation campaign, and receive a one-hour therapeutic message session, available at the Florda School of Massage. 5408 SW 13th St. Call 378-7891

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MONDAY APR It, I'M AIIIGATIH .I Activists to protest U.S. aid t By BRIAN STENBERG Alligator Wrter A Gainesville activist gr up hopes to convince last nilnute tax filers that their tax dollars are being spent It) fund atrocit its lie Middle Fast, and that they should pressure government leaders to end support for Israel Slie Palestime liciu. Rights Campaign will hold a protes and candlelight vigil downtown at the mdl post otlie today front Im ii to mildngh. Ho' pouol e il I lit, open laler tian s. il bi aM tiidligltt is dl d adlnoi 1(; tilt I iicome-tax i'turns Protest organizers say thet Unite( States is wrong to sel( ] Israel $3 5 billion because the money funds human rights violaTask force list of 23 s By DUANE MARSTELLER Alligator Staff Writer After more than three hours of discussion and rewording Thurs day night, the Qualityof LifeTask Force came up with a 28-page report its members feel will onprove the jives of black and Hispanic students at IF The report, which will be pre seated to UF President John Limbardi Wednesday, contains 23 recommendations -from an elective humanities course that would teach differences among culturesto hiringmore black and Hispanic coaches at UF -I Israel ns igain I Palestinian Arabs Mark &ri ih, a oI. gridiiii sill delin Who orgalill/ed ihe Gamlesville evenI, said hr vigil is one of aborl 40 similar actions around he conry Spoflsor((I by At I on (onst em e tor Isral/Paleme, a new flAllonl1 kdcampainda hopes to redirect foreign aid lli vigil shOLi] atrat u) 10 21 miimbers and supporters of he ciaiS at (II tite .1(I ge r ,Ie a mixed risJponis from passershy who see ilhe ltherN aid )stters, Smill s1d 1 think public opmuion I shilti1$ away [rom no[ (pit-siOning Israel,hesauid We wanttomnake he connectial between tax doIlars and what Israel iS (otig see Rally, page 8 finalizes suggestions ask force co-chairman Gerardo 'fhe task force took the task very seriously, worked very hard, and came up with some recommendations that have the capacity to make an Impact," said Gonzalez, an education professor 'Tm sure the majolty of students will support any improvement in the quality of life for Arican-American and Hispanic students. It's something that's desperately needed." Although the task force cre see Report, page 10 Congratulations Seniors! We will miss You! Elly Adams Diane Newland Brooke Batten Susan Niles Jennifer Bressler Lesa Pearson Melanie Cox Kristen Popp Betsy Cummings Laurey Sheldon .Lisa Ely Tracey Taylor Dena Ervin Amy Winterbotham Jennifer Few Kim Alyea -Georgia Frailey Candee Donahoe Susan Krutzler Rachel Fischer Debbie McVinnie Christine Hill -Mary Murphy Irene Martinez Kim Baker Delta Love, Alpha Psi .~AA~M~M AAaM.A.M.MMk 7 -Passion SU/iTTF rOOK Al I iGA[OR UF senior Todd Simons portrays Jesus Christ nailed on the cross as part of a crucifixion re-enactment at the Plaza of the Americas Friday afternoon, sponsored by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Festival features foreign cultures By PATRICIA LEE Alligator Writer Students from all over the world will bring a little bit of home to Gainesville during the 28th annual International Festival this week The event, coordinated by Volun teers for International Student Affairs, features music, art and foods from around the world as pre seated by UF' International stu dent groups Students from he Caribbean Student Association, the Iispamic Student Association and the Chinese, lurkish, Filipino, Russian, Hellenic and Vietnamese clubs are among the groups participating n the week long festival 'It's always a good opportunity for people to see where other sItldents come froml and what life is like in other places." sand Gloria Markus, VISA vice-president To begin the celebrati on. several international clubs will showLase their cultures and feature musc fronm around lie world today at lurlngton 11,1ll Irom II 3I a III to 1 10 p im Tuesday night each club will have ote representative competing in the second annual Miss VISA International pageant It's no a brauity or pertirmance pageant It's based riore p'jresendlion, On hOW outlhiiii t ln( well see Weak, page 8 correction Wen~dy kowns~end oa, mlisdenofied II 7h' Alga(or on this loga Wedne sday be Kind to Your Earth. 1990 Earlh Day 1990 ISRAEL A Land A Peope An Opportunity For more information on all Israel Prograns call: 1-800-27-ISRAE or 212-750-7773 or write: Israel Program Center/AZYF 515 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022

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I IE I LSWE ItAiE X E LSEWH ER E begins in teen %II\ U ICIL I I '[) I I" ita I h( I'l l i aa NI11 I I ( o l l h 'd I lit I IL e [ .I t, I i'Tll 11f .i rI I Ile o.mini itlirt k i It h)i Aw,,]ng it~mg if Cwll'I I lt rdlo T.tcit:v wLie It kIIIl if FrookILyin Kci l \Iirtilello. lo. lillegel rmloll udler i lh 1310,1). I u I i. ph I ila, l lo sed Ii i tg t sr u .rtto I -n lilt'lit 11of ideghll Volig IT'T 1 Tit'I ITT1I lt i|llngol Yoshi Oftelung s.com Tents wvi I0 Ie) mo41 ille Supleme (on lii Brooklyn idav lonling before uIluta I1, ildteT owt',Ns lhl .ini 'Iv it hi igtd with uT4h, 1 Ihi li i1 irtl wis Iih.' mid killed Aug 23 during Itr Allti I rby .gInner d1ion in elie-t Llh prosecutor,, iliugi' wis ri Lilly iiinlt*(l IIIt Ie sIrvmI g m i Renston Ih111 1 .1 pre-don n y lluH 1 te It (iut ot Brooklyn, mileI raial tensions citywide cild riggred a series of protest t hes, some of lilt n %oleon I 'nia arid Mondi-Ilo, hbuIt ). K art to be Ied lougetltr but lure s'].irit tints, because Mondello ilIegedly ias iniered ich is he lurimman 's shooting dcath irooklvin[i 1)ial AttoTinesi, I( ]Iarleynl'TeI I fee SIS ,ei tI pleigtit d Is\ set II ks III( ro i l e 11l'l sO I itM '4 1I I prost LJ1 will) '.1l 1h tidl t1l w inl tg be om 11 'tCken" bik a Lt 1he mc l Hyints liiiiI f only 'olk, sv-t lhe ias, IlIuarx inler he won it tion tot Ili district aiorntvs loot In il Novemnbtr In uhuineit. a key Vrosit iunon itn i Join] \It l rei'ged l in a gretFt'Lii [( t tly agairlst his tti lds, fletig to Omli, where lie later sUrtI-deretI to authorities Vtinto was thot in diced tmn murder char ges ind was expected to git on trial with five others at i lier d.itOne of (he prosecution's other key witnesses, (.ian I ehciano, has been treated for drug abuse, raising questions about her credibity on the stand 't'IR'IaTI I plans to invite black and Hispanic friends to lit, predominantly white neighborhood for her 18th birthday party sparked the tensions that led to Hawkins killing, police said The white mob apparently thought Hawkins and his friends were i Bensonhurst to attend the party They were actually in the neighborhood to look at a used tar and were lost when they were attacked Black leaders boycott Detroit media Il l [NOp I (1 I) -\Iiursio ddclinrng t ont be t 14n1 1erot' m iavor Honl tho (flov I newsN medha ha, 11 ITT' [11 n i ll [Ie wvrsi rn IV III I It l ration (it I hOVILIu It blon k rvligion b, se st i, odt I It ie dtt I llit nit'rtaitli (ounoll Trged black citizen', of 1), roof siop atchmg WX'/ IV and reading tle ill trit Frie force as of April () to protest what it 'nili'r Inigtive (overage of the uiy, itappropriate tot i, art it rvatioo and iournalvta alackl oil \ior (illemlhm Young I itonlI olded hut 11 rlo -~trwimIvedia oullees ITt siJpousIbl' for tlite cry r imiig e rationally, ld it led ro rule tout expielmg the hoyott I iot' uiiicil released ,1 jio tion paler dtini urt ing 11 t l tKn and raust II giarnog t f -ree Press t Ios Pubisher Nel Shini sid lilt piper tradition Iiih ha (lt'oiintraited a u"I t'n-i for furness and I toom crn lor lhe t) s( I hirol "I I hvt .Iinniilaooiini n it I me tiid aCity Coun.t uproar over coverage of si killings in a reputed (rack house and about a month alter Robert Spencer. president if the quasi-government Detroit Economic Growth Corq suggested a "dispassionate" acadern u saidy of news coverage ii Detroit and other cities Spencer said a study might promote accord among editors, reporters and civic leaders "who feel that the news media portray a negative view of Detroit and subsequently encourage that viewpomnt on a national level young, 71, Detroit's first black mayor and winner last lall ol an unprecedented fifth term, has been ncreasiigly critical of Detroit's newspapers and news broadcasters Young contends the media, largely directed by residents if predominantly white suburbs, play up nrid urban crime to titillate suburban customers the mavor also is bitter about coverage of his administration, especially amid reports of alleged abuses of a police department fund for undercover operations Yeltsin nominated to lead Soviet Federation MNSCOW (Il) -A denicraii faction late Saturday niOinmrated tomnmtIlist maverick Borns Yeltsin to out for president oft he Russian Federation, the largest o tOle Soviet Unon's 15 republics and a potential power base against Mikhail Gorbachev the president of the Russian Soviet Federated iocalist Republic will be chosen by the republic's 1,026mernber Congress of People's Deputies when it convenes In Moscow on May 16 packed with radical Ig i slitIors who won seats in last month's elections. [i Demot ratic Rus'ia bloc Saturday night nominated eltsI andt nie other candidates for the presidential post, the Fass news agency reported Sunday Also nominated was Serge Kovaloy, a former dissident repeatedly impnsouned by leotud Brezhnev but later freed by Gorbachev Kovalov, a Moscow enStudent loan default ra WASHINGTON (UPI) -Education Department officials said the default rate for federal student loans fell i 1988 but the addition of more than $1 billion in red ink shows it is too early to "claim any victory in this are." The department said Wednesday that 15 6 percent of the students who were required to begin repaying their federally guaranteed loans in the 1988 fiscal year were found in default dunng the next two years, down from 17 3 percent in 1987 Of the 2.46 million loans scheduled to start being repaid in 1988, 385,000 were in default Of the $9 23 billion loaned, $1 07 billion was in default The department calculates its default rate on the basis of the first two years because 70 percent of defaults begin with the first payment A student is gneer, was a longtime associate of the late human rights champion Andrei Sakharov Yeltsim, who was fired as the party boss of Moscow in November 1987 and then booted out of the ruling Politburo in 1988, was the largest vote getter in the elections to the Russian Federation's parliament In the elections to the national Congress of People's Deputies in 1988, Yeltsin garnered almost 90 percent of the Moscow vote, but the Congress initially would not elect him to the Soviet parliament, prompting tens of thousands of Yeltsin supporters to spill into the capital'sstrevts Thedecision eventually was reversed. If he were to be elected as president of the Russian federation, Yeltsin would get enormous exposure as the head of the republic, which includes almost all of European Russia and Sibena and encompasses twothirds of the land mass of the country te dropped in 1988 declared indefault if heorshe has not made apayment in six months. Most of the decline in the 1988 default rate resulted from changes in the way the department calculated the figure, and officials were hesistant to attribute the rest to Education Secretary lauro Cavazos's default initiative. Unlike 1987, the 1988 default rate does not include loans to students at foreign schools, schools that were subsequently kicked out of the loan program or schools with fewer than 30 borrowers Both Congress and the Education Department acted last year to tighten the rules for obtaining student loans following a more than 300 percent increase in defaults from 1983 to 1989 and widespread reports of fraud PLEA6E PHONE NOW F0Q INFORMATION ON CflHEQ SPECIALS AVALA5LE AT THE "ALL NEW" C tsb r r at f a ct ior gm rntz d 1-904-377-2220 Arby's Super Meal Deal* 1 Trial STUDEN HONOR COURT 1'N!LR dtltsd IsX OF FLORII)A Chancellor Robert W loyd faster Cofer, (rosman,. nnis-Thompoon. 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MoNDAY AIM I I i Ile AIJJCAT)R '> Prairie trail plan opposed Increased traffic concern By SHANNON MCKINNEY Alligator Writer An effort to make parts of Paynes Prairie more accessible to the public is meeting resistence from park officials who say increased traffic would destroy the area's unique ecosystem Paynes Prairies nota local park," Payoes Prairie Park biologist James B Weimer said It is a resource of national significance it's really in the same class as the Everglades We just can't afford to sacflee it," he said. Paynes Prairie officials are backing a proposed bypass of the Rails to Trails project, a stretch of abandoned s Paynes Prairie officials 18 5-mile trail from the Alachua sink and Persimmon point, a rodge on the north edge of the prairie "After this meeting, we should be wrapping planning up in the next month or two' Scruggs said "ie trail will probably be opened to the public the first half of next year Gainesville City Commissioner David Bypass would divert three miles of the 18.5mile trail from the Alachua sink and Persimmon point, a ridge on the north edge of the prairie. railroad track between Haw thorne and Gainesville that the city of Gainesville and Florida's Department of Natural Resources hope to convert into a nature trail. Part of the trail would pass through Paynes Prairie. The DNR will meet with a local advisory committee Tuesday to decide the fate of the bypass, proposed by park officials in February, said Iw P Scruggs, a DNR land use planning coordinator. The bypass would divert three nmlesof the Coffey said the bypass "just isn't recessary, "I've been working on the trail project for four years with these people, Coffey said. "Now the people who were helping me and knew all along where thetrai was going are now resisting" Coffey said good management which would include regular patrols by park rangers and barriers erected near sensitive areas -would protect the environment just as well as a bypass The public would actually help prevent vandalism by acting as the "eyes and ears' of the patrols, he said That area of the park is very isolated." Coffey said "I think public traffic through there would be a deterrent to vandals see Prnire, page 9 Graduate forum to feature research, lectures, poetry By PATRICIA LEE Alligator Writer Graduate students will show off their work -everything from research in edu cation and environmental protection to poetry and theatrical skits -to [he public during the Graduate Student Forum today The forum, a day-long event sponsored by the Graduate Student Council and the Graduate School Dean's Office, will feature the research and work of sI graduate students through lectures, poster preen tations and art performances Cunous observers also will have the chance to learn about departmental pro grams and opportunities for graduate stu dents during a discussion with students, professors, Graduate School Dean Madein lockhart and UF Vice-president for research and development Donald Price "The forum was designed to show what graduates are contributing to the unversity, to allow students to learn about re search being done in unrelated departments and to show undergraduates and faculty the diversity of post-graduate programs at UF," said David Wrnialski, forum coordinator Beginning at 9 a m graduate students will present their research and other work through 15-mnute lecturesand posterpre sentations in the Reitz Union Graduate students in the performing arts will hold po-try readings and theatrical 'kits m hi Stage oo Theatre at Constans theatre "One It the real joys that we have A little bit of everything, that we were able to get representatives from many different departmentson canipus, said philosophy graduate student and GSC President Rory Weiner Participatiig students are representing more than 40 deparinenis on tampus, he saId Although this is l's first graduate studlent d rumi, stude nts, faculiity and stiudent government have been enithsi stn aot it. GS( officials say "Dean IcOkhart and the graduateschool have been very supportive 1Tht students are telling us this is something that should have been done long ago," said GSC Vicepresident Bill Johnson, a plant pathology graduate student The forum, in the planning since (jSC's Inception one year ago, also will help recognize outstanding achievement in different departments T'hroughout the day, graduate school faculty will attend the sessions and judge the students* work Wrapping up the forun is an open discussion session and awards presentation at 4 30 p m in the McCarty Auditorium But the final event of the day is GSC's 'happy hour" at Cucos an formal celebration that is, ike all other frunrm events, open to the public MOOD DISORDERS: The Blues, the Blhs, & Flyig High A trpp Public eitcairn aionld Learn about the signs, symptoms and treatment approaches for Biochemical depression SituatIonal depression Manic/depressive behavior III ar fti of ilm Pui VISTAI i AUON U&3 C No his nTIII Milter Caf Yo lbmauEen or Adr .L N 338i n anr3314111 VISTA PAVILION AN AMO OF SANF. 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OPINIONS issue "If you swat at a mosquito with a sledge hammer, you could seriously affect the well-being of a lot more than the insect So, too, if our nation accepts and acts on all the unproved theories of today's environmentalists, personal freedom and national sovereignty could be compromised, even destroyed So says the John Birch Society in a news release responding to what it calls Earth Day hysteria. April 22 is the 20th anniversary of Earth Day -a time to become more aware of the environment and learn ways to save the planet for future generations. Different campus groups are sponsoring events all week to share in formation and educate people about daily threats to the world. Yet, there are some who say those "threats" are unfounded, exaggerated or based on sketchy data. The John Birch Society says Americans should not be fooled into believing things are so terribly wrong as to warrant government control. They go so far as to say the existence of the Environmental Protection Agency is unconstitutional -because the President formed it instead of Congress. For example, the Society insists that the problem of auto emissions is an isolated phenomenon that does not call for national or international control. (Yeah, it's an isolated phenomenon on Earth. Other planets don't have this problem ) The problem of dirty air is not isolated to congested cities The air travels and so does the dirt. The Society also believes that Americans are being victimized by environmental hysteria into supporting huge tax increases and regulations that build governmental control and power which, in turn, impair American industry's ability to compete in the world market. Sounds like a bunch of rich, old business executives who want to protect their profits and couldn't care less about the future of "people" -just the future of profitmaking Americans. But that's not what Earth Day is about. The activities and speeches on campus this week and this weekend center on how individuals and their communities can become more environmentally aware. "Of course, we want a clean and safe environment, but we do not believe it necessary to sacrifice the freedom of the American people and the independence of our nation to get it," Society spokesman John McManus wrote in a news release. What freedoms? Maybe the freedom to breathe clean air. Or the freedom to have children and naively believe that they will survive. Although the Society would like people to believe it, environmental concern is not a right or left issue. It's an issue about survival, it's an issue about respecting an Earth we already have started destroying. We don't have a choice anymore, we must start taking responsibility for what we do. allgator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton leanters Policy I.tten to the afofr .KKAt nsd eed 2OO w203 Vanil 1.1 002 la Want 11111 annual an tvpsd. dobliepwd and sn d Tbey o hown ktiud. A i ped fnte, add,.s. .id twi reon. nurb N Mus will b withe iW V. writer sho ust CU KYou hn" ny sa ons call ow eitoriil page editm at 376k445 Israel doesn't deserve U.S. aid Tims year. Amercan taxpayers will provide the state of Israel more than $3.5 billion, an amount equivalent to giving $700 to every man, woman and child By contrast. U.S. aid to sub-Saharan Africa amounts to only about SI per person for a region with only one-sixth of the per capital income of Israel's For the second year in a row, the State Department's Country Reports on Human Rights acknowledges that Israel's occupation army is committing serious human rights violations against the indigenous Palestinian population Reported human rights abuses include unwarranted killings and physical injury. deportations ad_ ministrative detention, absence of bail, severe psychological and physical pressures on prisoners, forced entry, curfews and other collectible punishments, the closing of all colleges and universities for more than two years and harassment of human rights workers, among others. 'Te Country Reports are issued each year to comply with the Federal Assistance Act of 1979, which prohibits military and economic aid to "any country the government of which is engaged in a consistent pattern of gross violation of internationally recognized human rights Israel is not the wont violator of human rights, nor the only country for which a prohibition of aid would be appropriate. But, because Israel is the largest U.S. aid recipient, all taxpayers are deeply implicated in its actions, According to the letter and spirit of the Foreign Assistance Act, Congress is obligated to hold public hearings concerning Israeli human rights practices to determine whether that country is legally eligible or EmmE1flEE~r~rn. Tuna article failed to distinguish fleet EdItm. We would like to respond to a letter printed April 13 and the article that incompletely repre sented our views as ex-tuna and porpoise observers. First of all, our point of view is that by lumping U.S. tuna fishing vessels with the international fleet. the Earth Island people were obscuring the difference between the porpoise mortality in the two fleets Sam LABudde was undercover on a foreign boat, not a U.S. boal. All U.S boats are required to have eo Mark Smith SPEAKING OUT otherwise worthy of continuing U S aid. As one of five Gainesville residents who in January participated as part of a human rights delegation to the occupied territories of the West Bank. the Gai Strip and East Jerusalem, I can affirm that Israel's behavior towards the Palestinians living under their military control is totally unacceptable, and for that reason, sending U S tax dollars to Israel is also unacceptable in order to call attention to the gross misuse of taxpayer dollars to perpetrate a pattern of gross violations of Palestinian human rights, the Gainesville/UF chapter of the Palestine Human Rights Campaign, in cooperation with the national organization Act On Conscience, will hold a candle-light vigil in front of the main Post Office in Gainesville on the last day for filing income taxes, Monday, Apnl 16, from 4 to 12 p m. On a United Nations guided tour of the Gaza Strip, several in our group chanced upon a 14-year-old Palestinian girl who had lost an eye to a "rubber bullet," a large steel ball covered with a thin layer of rubber We asked her if she had anything to say to the people of America, and her simple message was, "Please stop sending money and weapons to Israel so they will stop blinding and killing Palestinian children." Mark Smith is a graduate student in socpily. observers on board. The porpoise mortality on U.S. boats is less than represented by environmentalists. ne point is moot, I am ecstatic to say, due to the recent decisions by Starkist, Chicken of the Sea and Bumblebee. It remains to be seen whether the companies will be able to verify how the tuna is caught But the major point we were trying to make is that if we force the U.S. tuna boats out, they will change out of American ownership and therefore may have no observerrequirement, and the results will be as Mr LaBudde recorded. We are disturbed at the ability of this issue to be misrepresented. We can understand the readers' confusion and misinterpretationas this is a complex issue and none of the articles has completely stated the facts. We felt that we had sufficiently stressed to the reporter that we are against porpoise fishing, but forcing the U.S. tuna fleet out of business would not necessarily be helping the porpoise. Maybe we shouldn't be surprised that our views were inadequately represented when one of our nhmes was even misspelled. James Th.oM WY A survival A .6 4% /Rag Atr*o *Wtkil IflunLUMTm

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MONDAY, APIVI 10, I'M AILIGATR, 7 Volunteer counselors help callers cope with crises By NATALEE WATERS Alligator Writer5 The telephone rang in a dimly lit office and woke Monica from a short nap, it was 3 am Ibut Monica wasn't upset She spoke softly nto the telephone and concentrated her thoughts on the caller, a man who said he was considering suicide Monica didn't offer advice or give her opmn ion. She was just there to listen Monica, a 26-year-old graduate student at UF, is one of about 100 volunteers at the Alachua County Crisis Center, which has served communities in Alachua County for morethan 20years In addition to answering 40,ikO calls a year. the center counsels survivors of suicide attempts and sends care teams into communities 'What I do is reflective listen mg," Monica said "It is a relief to these people that they can be heard and understood About 75 percent of the volunteers at the center are students, said Rob Lutzkar, volunteer coordinator. Most study psychology in school, and the experience allows them to test their career choices. Volunteers take bers, who often people's problems Lotzkar said. They the strain off staff memmust deal with other for 40 hours a week, have fewer responsibilitie' Sit the (enter and arnitct I or(I wh ti they arrive "You wouldn't wal a neirosirgeon work ing 10 hours a week,' he s.od "fihe have 10 recharge their batteries. But relying on student volunteers rates difficulties dunng summer vacations "It's adoubleedged sword." lotAzkar said. 'he students are good volunteers but they go home on breaks and leave us short Next month, the center will offer a program consisting of 50 hours of suicide and crisis intervention training that prepares potential volunteers to work on the center's 24-hour phone service volunteerss will paruPitte in Mock sesrios, l ntzkir ',.ud s atf iemibers willecaih volunteers So litein, ralher than give advice, in I to keep tallirs on the phone long enough to alk out their frustrations and understand (heir problems bet (r is a challenging five weeks," ntzkar said Some leave because the program pushes some buttons We deal with emoional issues like rape and death" About half of the people who start the program will no finish it, Iotzkar said After holding similar programs, the center usually gains about 20 volunteers Apnil I8, 1990 8 pi Florida Gym Fre& Open to thie Pulfc FUNDED BY STUDENT GOVERNMENT 1 A/ ty% 0 Co-sponsored by The Enwonmenta Action Group and Acient UnInermy of Fld 19K= EARTH DAY PIanning Comrafs r------------------1 10% off all Soft I IBM Compatibles Ata' Commodore Amiga Hardware, Softwars, A Acces 11 11 set uheoo~pui et si~n~ti .--.---------ware ri WIes AUMOUIZED COMtMODORE SERVICE CEIONER 4/23/% Let Your Business SHINE This Summer! Reach 48,000 readers through The Independent Florida Alligator. Call Advertising at 376-4482 r International Student Exchange & Social Responsibility featuring Dr. Patrick Osewe Medical Student Liaison for the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War Dr. Yuri Dzhibladze Medical Student Representative of the Soviet Committee for the Prevention of Nuclear War Monday, April 16th, 190 Health Center, Cl-17 12:00 -1:00 P.M. Sponsored by: Physicians for Social Responsibility Funded by Student Government ~.s. Maaclo Manor V 3501 SW 24th Ave I V I v 313-1356 V 1 2 & 3 bed .to m APE s Sew I d v* Shando aId crinvenroni io shrrop *Year and School Porn, Ieaqrn, Ivaiitabic GaII,nj mostns dos,,a~lIaj $35 for complete JP T UXEDOS** Eia. tsnwtrely Patd In 21 11oI 37S 6462*v ************* *L WILD HAIR 4 $5 HAIRCUT $20 PERM crl or body $3S5 SPIRAL PERM $ls HI-LIGH-TSm $4" LEISURE CURL *J 520 RELAXER 53l CARE-FREE CURL ,MEN.WOMEN & CHILDREN WALK-INS WELCOME ft OPEN MON-SAT 10-6 pm% ft 374-8687 4( GATOR PLAZAlSt & Un F EE PARKIGL Ut 50% O FF ALPOUCTS V be Kind to Your Earth. Earth' Day 1990 S.Is

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' IJ .XR, %1O%1\%Y A II IN REPORT liom page0 ad tilt, I ret omnxiditionS it in earlier tl Slng, lit II members present spent IlIIursday eight fine mining the report Most of the changes were minor reasons in the reporl'sworling,lbul the task force hanged [5s ret omnd ]a Iin (it Iiring b5]ck iss' 'tant basketball touches to hiring bla tk and Hispami coaches i, all sports [he task orce changed Is t( ouniilda ton oftr The hiring [hursday of Robert M I A is sUssi'i Ckat-11 tIl last blatk baskethall tach was assisant Toach Kenny McCraney, who was forked to reag along wilh fomer head coach Norm Sloan last October In port, their unanimously passing the reworded re task force members also agreed that recommendations are workable I he relason it took is so long to come up with these recommendations is because we wanted io be sure they were doable." said task fore mermber liar Vlhan engmeer Ing gradtatsimTi 'All of rhell ire (to able t -lowever, It seems not everyone shares that opinIIn Dunng a break i the task force's meeting, a group of black students walked by the area where the group was meeting and laughed, saying the group was a "sham n" Task force to-chairman Simon Johnson said he expected some people to have reservalins about the task force's ability to improve [he lives of black and fflspamo students, but he believes the group's recoi mendations will do that 'Of course, there is some unbelievable on everybody's part, but I believe in ihe president and I believe in the admnintra ion," said Johnson, an education professor Ikmbardi said Sunday he hasn't seen the group's report, but he expects it to do what it was supposed to 'From what I've heard, it looks like they did a good job," he said. Introducing the Gator B et Now Sering Lunch Buffet 5 Days A Week& Supper Buffet 5 Nfghto! LUNCH BUFFET Monday thin Friy 11 30 am to 30 pmn SUPPER UFEr Sunday thru Thursday 6 00 pm to 8 00 pim Enary a great selartion of brad stks and dies. allfor~ust $92 PiG atr SW 34th Street V 376-3334 COM The L taboMon 10:0 T Tue Apr How re you going to do it? I I I It lersonIl 111/2 not onil hi lp nn, ITOi now. ut i it Ihi o il lu alel,iar i mgradul 41hool ons HIT 1 ./2' -oe 4IahuIbtII ,a -iT-ProIa dl ntwarS d is a I \I \lu-l 1r41 as a ltorIjtIIIXit .4 -pn i i idinil II n I ,nd ilh I 1l I''/2 I oin tir I* arming. it S ITr aininlal \ ir, I li '41o -e N ml tri I, 1n 1hr., mi l, .i tn IBool Irprier [III dni ali ioon lolnong looi atunpoin i, lurir, lot %$Ilh IiM I NST P /2 IBM CU p.r;IU Io, 2for a5 ch It's your last chance at hundreds of popular LP titles! K FOR I T CIAL be PUT (Title ..AINESVIL Oaks Mail, Oaks Plaza 331-4664 urry in for %vary by 'tore) EASEE US AT: aw School .April 16 0 to 3:00 he Hub S. & Wed. 11 17 & 18 0 to 3:00 S/2 it! Loo SPE DIS

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12 AIJIGAMIXR. MONDAY. APRIl 16 1990 ROWE from page I a Friday after Rowe had knocked on the doorofennie Ulien of3125 NW 107th Terra e and asked fora ride Sources had said Rowe was originally looking for another UF secretary who lived next door to Client rIeru agreed to give Rowe ride, but the two got into an argument when they pulled into the Sprint Food Store parking lot at 7515 Newberry Rd Soon thereat ter, shots were fired, one of which hit Uleru in the head, critically injuring her Sheriff's Deputy Steve lhhendge happened to be across the street and saw Rowe get out of the car with the gun and attempt to steal another car A man at the station, however, wrestled the guin from her. Thaey have my 13-year-old son, and they wont let me have him" Rowe repiorttedly said jus after the shooting Uheru later recovered, and she will be nerviwtcd by attorneys later his month, according to count records Rowe's reference to her son after the shooting was not the first time she had done that Gainesville police Detective Steve Dean, who was the first persn to tell Rowe that her son had been charged with attempted murder, said she became loud and emotional, say tig UF was responsible for the arrest "She wasn't Dean said calm by any means," Court records show that Rowe underwent $510 in psychiatric tests before she was deemed conpetent to stand trial. RESTAURANT OPPORTUNITIES COME WORK IN THE GARDEN THE EXCITEMENT IS GROWING IN GAINESVILLE Challenge Extirement Fun Resards IC-allwaitingforyouatourbrand new Olive Garden location Ihc Olive .anlrcn is Amenca' sant growing Italian dinnrhouse with ovrr i7 -rnnnnnationwide (urfrsdvendpherefrehiy-preprrd talanspecalttcsandspirtd Kospitahino servicermake workinghere as much fin asnting herrI Sharrnoursuuess cincwork in ,hcgazkn IWhaieor than '00 opportunities mntdiatrly available M Hosts&Homcsses W2Itrs Ai UutrSSCS luaern Bartenders Cashiers; PastaMakerst Production& Prep Cooks LineCooks DishMachine operators Pitviow restaurant experience is preferred, but were wailing toprrvidr traingat, those with the nght potential ke advantage of the rewards iheOlive mGarden hawsto offr you Applications will be tken Mon through Saturday, between 8a.m. and7 pm. Applyforanyor rtu ealittedabove by Yisiting wth U at our newest ocai a 3440 S.W. Archer Road (At Butler Plaam) Gainesville An Equal Opportunity Employer TALANE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 1017 West University Avenue Gainesville. Florida & 904/376-8899 WE-RENT TO 19 YRS. & UP! NEED TO RENT A CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN? THEN COME TO. GATOR 0 am W Hait p mot AUTO LEASING 335 N MAIN SI 372-2161 Cut Isle lMAMT iO "I'M A COLLEGE STUDENT AND WORKING FOR KELLY HAS HELPED ME UNDERSTAND THE BUSINESS WORLD." "I've broadened my education and expanded my knowledge. Improved my skills. It's the perfect job experience to put on a resume or an applicaion." Temporary Services Piuil .sm .Thel Kelly Grli pIs -The Firs and The at mi ..

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I bd. aId 2bd apis and houses avail now and for fall Walk to UF I Beat the rushl College Park Properties 41' NW 15th 371-7777 4-18-10-2 200/iSA $325/MO Phoenix Apta .close to UF/Shands. very spacious avail now 1 yearor summer lease, pets Ok Brad 375 1303 4-23-10-2 Sleep to sound of fogs, 'mall of honeysuckle 2bdr in quad near UF, dishwasher, cent hic. patio. 6350/mo 335-9089 416-52 Super 2abdrtba apt Phoenix 2030 SW 33rd P Fireplace, 12/mo se, no pats. 8350/ro avail Aug 373-1558 4-f 62-In The Pined; Spacious 1, 2 A 3 Bedroom Apartment A Townhouses Cooipsment 10 UF/Shands 2 pools, tennis cri, weight room, sauna. 2 laundry rooma 373-3371 25 SE 16th Ave 1/2 mile east of Main St 4 30.15-2 One bedroom In VIctorian hom aVI May 8230h.,ontl, includes util, wood floors, large poros, Duckpond area. 371-4935 417-5-2 For Rent 3bdrm Condo in Mefchwood. 550 a mon't'. 3 money Ise Call for In. terviewI 33-402, available Mily t1 417-6-2 4 BEDRM apt sublease for summer, begin May at June close to UF. Call 338480 leave measage. Pineiree Ordee 4-17--2 2BDR House by UF, Carpert. fIplace. su. 328 NW 15th Ter, College Par Aple OffIce: 411 NW 15I Sit'. 371-7777 4-175-2 ONE BLOCK UF Law school. 4 bdre 2 be w/d.dIsfwsher. central ac/heat, firepla e, suideci. nice neighborhood $750/mo Avail August Terema 3714716 4-18S-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. May free Rocky Point. near UF and Shands, start May 1 11u Aug 15, call Lisa 378 5397 or 335-0455 leave massage 4 18 5-2 Sublease May-July, Sm efficiency W large yard. $135/mo & 1/5 until Call Sandy after 7pm 372-6146 4-19-5-2 28/lBA quad unit. avail summer, posap bly longer Fireplace, sMc. dishwash, SW area, no pets $310/Mosec 335-0213 4 20-5 2 MELROSE SPRINGS Brand new 21d, screened porch, huge oaks, landscaped nice neighborhood.S450/mo 475 1958 Pets Ok 4 30 112 MUST LEASEI SpacIous 261% apt, close to campus, central aIr. pool, laundry, $290 a month obo 375-2193 4-20 5-2 Walk 2bks to UF, Itrafg lbdr apt. 1110 SW 2nd Ave 8250/mo. Carol 331-6374 4 20-5 2 $299 MOVE IN SPECIAL STONERIDGE APTS Pool, tennis weight room, sauna, 375 1121 4-20-5-2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Nice a Dandy Customized 2bdr Moble Home partly turn, Wash A ridge on well shaded lot Very close to UF an Archer Must sell S t 750 330 1303 4 17 5 3 Moving-Must Sell 12x60' turn mobile home Great cond, $4500 Call 33580984 Don'I throw away S on apt ren 4-20-5-3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APl French Ott close to campus, 2bdr 11/2 be. I mint $177 50 A 12 ull neg 331010 ChrlsIRolf 4-17-11-4 OXFORD MANOR -Sublease or re-rent for summer. option for fail, 3bdr/Sba, washer/dryer Please call 377-0267 417 10-4 May rent FREEI 2bdrt2ba in OXFORD MANOR. Rent summer C w/ option for Fall Cal fowl 375-1200 1V message 418.10.41 Oxford Manor-2bdr/ibs. avail in May for summer o. Closest to pool, tennis, weight room. Call for more info 376-0506 4-1910-4 2brms 1 1/2 M Mhae325 Mo Ai washer & dryer Call 332-MU7 4-16-5-4 Apt for summer 2bedrm, 2bsih. balcony W/ gae grill, pool aide view Live in style close to UF Room for 3-4 $554/mo 371 0694 4-16-5-4 Sublease LARGE 2bd/2ba apt at Hewal Ian Village Sum C Option to renew in Aug. Price negotiable Cell 372-3467 4 10-5-4 Completely turn api in OAKBROOK WALK 1-2 vmta needed for summer $150 *a 8 part util Call Ane or Dawn 338-4411 4-24-6OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba suble turn .ummner A or C Rest megoable. re-ent optIon or tall Call 371 0777 leave miessage A-23-10-4 Black fromn Up Business school Sublet Summer b/lba apt, fall option Mader. big enough for two Price neg Carl eve. nings 371-265 4-16-5 4 Sublet 2bdr ts, cent hreac Near VA, Shande, IF Fenced yard A ctyd Avail May I hIG/me Call Chis W 335-4943 4-18-5.4 Summer Sublet, May-Aug 2brb. poolside, Mse to 374-017 leave message. Point West. n $pis Call 4-1-11.4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Please Help Us 2bdr/lba Apt for Sum mer C Use our turnlure a pay no do post'! Reasonable rant 336 8492 4 30-16 4 Sublease For Summer W1 opion for Fall Spacious 2bdr Apt CHEAP RENTI Call 376-08090 4 30 16 4 3 Roommates Needed for 5 bdr House I block 10 UF SSSmo Call 375 8090 4 30-164 LAKEWOOD VILLAS bd3baew/d available July I-Doc 31 $241me A ulitilles, 335-4064, females only 4 17-5 4 Large 2bdr apt, at 837 SW Wih St No dogs, wood loors, gas heel for vater stove, cent ac $300/mo, deposit nag 371 0741 4-16-4-4 WINDMEADOWS APTS HUGE 2Sted/2Bath Sublease for Summer W op tror, for fall, unfurn Call for more info 336-4218 4 17 5 4 SUMMER SUBLET Own bdr in 2 bdr/l 1/2 both henhouse Less than I mile from campus Leave message 377 9653 4 1-4-4 OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba for summer 8 Washidry, completely furnished a stall Call 3771955 anytime 4-11-5 4 OXFORD MANOR 2bd/2ba, May-Aug Que area in back Can re-rent for next year if U respond soon Furnilure avail $449rMo Cal Ty, Doug, or Chris at 371 0297 417-5 4 Summer sublease own bdr/balh. Irans 1o UF/SFCC, wd, fully burnished SSOIsmo Call Wendy at 373 2088 4 17 5 4 VIZCAYA 2bd avail in 3i2 1/3 Ftl, quiet, clean. NS. avail for al summer. Close to UF $135 and $145/mo 377 4790 4 17 5-4 **** Sublease 2/1 Phoenix II Aps Close to UF, Central A/C new rug, all appliances, quite neighbors only 82851mo 335-6575/372 150 *** 4-17-5-4 OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba 515 hru 8/15 Rent negotiable Call 335 1380 ask for Taras or 371-390" 4 17-5-4 GREEN MAR, close to UF Sublease for summer, 2bdr't ba. cent a/c $315fjmo Call Tanya or Claire at 377-9270 4-17 Nice, cheap. 2 rmmt. to S ublease 3bdr/3ba, urn condo SISo/mo eval May July Pool, wed in Casablanca ToM at 335-0101 4-17-5-4 Oxford Marnor td avail May 7, option for renewal in Aug Nice, clean A gray car psi Big enough for IWol Call 376-6515 lv MSg 417-5-4 Summer Sublet Spacious two bedroom apt in Lakewood Villas we study room, outdoor porch & furnishings Call 3355237 4 17-5-4 OASROOK WALK summer sublet 2brl2ba, fully furnished. Gwn wash/dry. pool Avail May 5 Price nav Call Denise al 371-1300 or leave message 4-174-4 Live at Oakbrook this summerl Close to campus. own bodrm/balhfully turn A setal at 8260bm, 12 uil Call 318-1261 eves 4-23-6-4 Wall pay you $75 to sublet 1 br fully fur nihed apt 375/mo Gatorwood Close IQ UF Call anytime 374-4361 41-5-4 The Laurels sublet summer c 3bN/la wasidiry tennis and other amenities Call S3-$S or 335-4455 anytime 4-16-3-4 Greal total for summer pol-vlsw ait in Oakbrook Walk. fully turn, walk t U 1-2 tmms Call Cindy 376-8084 4-11-8-4 Sum c 2 fins for I. S/2 apt 1 block tram cahpOli Vaulted cl. wft in ao room. must see Hurry will go fast Tina 37192M 4-17-6-4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Bicycle Club Apt 9 Zbdri2ba convenni 0 UF, tennis, sauna Jaczz, May June opt 10 renew $390/mo 335 540S 4 18 5 4 Spyglass 3bd'3ba sublease May July Beautiful apariment, best place in G telle 1o live Great pool Sreal Sign now' nag 335 2830 4-17-4-4 SubIet 2bd/tbe save $150, clean apt, walk dial UF/Shands, $360/mo. 2 pools, May Aug opt to lease call Amy & Mjgan 374 8780 4 18 5 4 Need 2 to share Irge apt mailer bedroom utIlites for summer Rent riego Rocky P Apfe Call Mike at 335 9510 410 5 4 Reasp, quiet n/s needed Own rm in 3bed 12bath api Only 120, 1 pay the rest No dep May Aug Call 375-1354 alier Spm, Sased 4-30 13-4 GREAT DEALIll 3bd,/2ba in Aloha Gar dens close to campus, summer c only $520/mo or sublease by room 372 7675 4 16 3 4 Regency Oaks apt, I1bdr, large, for more info 378-2202 mornings and evenings 4 OWN AM May-Aug, furnished 2bdr/2ba pool Oakbrook Walk F $200 mo nego W/d close 10 UF 377-5496 4 18 5-4 Spyglass Need fem for mailer bdbath May Aug A e C Only $190/me and 1/3 util Kimberly 335-41 4 1 4 Sub Ibdr in GaTorown Api, own msr pr/ba great loc cent air his month ree Call any time, leuvOMsg renIS180/mo call Arfan 373 4507 4 18 3 4 Sublet thru July Colonial Manor Apt 5mps walk to UF on SW li br/Ibe punished, pool '225,mo CalLo 37831'9 4 16 4 21m needed for summer C $1Simo + lifulil Hor Vill 338 4447 4 8-5 4 LANDMARK sublet 1br in 2/2 1wriieflor Summer C ONLY $140/mO 1/3utile Call Mike 0 378-4703 l map 7 4 4 Sublease for summer 2bd in 3bd/2ba house s/ walking distance to UF Nice neighborhood $135 and $150/mo 375 6276 4-18-5-4 2bdr/Iba turn house w/ fenced yard, w/d central Mc, NW 7th Ave, avail May-Aug, 8440/mo nog 4 util For info call 335 4913 4-2-10 4 Lg Ibdr apt Townhouse Clean, Ouet. 5 me to UF Sugarfoit Village $340/mo A until W/ op~on I yr ise Grace 332 4309 Eves, 392-5270 Days 4 19 5-4 Summer Sublet w/ option for fall 2bd/2ba townhouse, less than I rile to ULFShands Reasonable rent Call 3755894 4-19-5-4 OXFORD MANOR sublease for summer w/ option for fall in 3bdr/3ba, waeh/ldry. rent nego Call 33 -7977 4-23-7 4 LG BEAUT HOUSE In great neighborhood, summer sublet. 2bd avail, urn/unurn, walk to UF. #160 sa 371-0034 4-20-6 4 BEAUTIFUL 2bdr/lba apt in Sun Bay. available from May till etermnty only 82ed per mo Call 335 007 and leave msg 4-18-44 Walk to campus 2bd/lbs. 6320/ma 1930 NW 3rd Ave SumMer sublease WI option to renew Call Andrew at 3364003 April Free1 4 19-5-4 Rel Homestead apts. 2b. pool, MayJuly/fail option $345/mo -$100 cash prbate 336.0020 41.5-.4 Clasaifleds. 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f AIJJ(.AlOR. MO NDAY, APRl I Lw) SUBLEASE HSE/APT S'i MI 4I O t o 0 Ir/ cl in ',r, mr irn hij bd' In bh palo & I r Oi'e orry Siso mo fug C il A Try re 4 06 1 1. 3 1 WINDMF AIDOWSi arrie no upsIl rs g'ny caret June I Cal 3/8 1358 0' I1 355 COUNT s 1 4 I bomcom July 31 $5 DIS Oak Forosr Tbdi 3h. sublet Summer A RerT negotable CII [Is .t 3/6 1 733 4 i 4 F Smmt N/S to share 2bdr/lba api for summer $1 /mo & 112 urt walking dI' lance to JF 3 1? 4244 4 26 10 4 Looking for a real place for sumer?' OAKBROOK WA lK 3rd IT sangle bdrybea May June July rent $380'mo or nag 376 66' 1 4 26 10 4 AR INC r ON SQUA RF 2bdr'Zba, turn all amenities rent neg Call 374 4593 4 t8 4 4 HUtic. I p ?k Sq f 4bdr '2 1 "re coal icrnnd inI porch indry 1 ,P May A g $525 mo'reg May rent unqlo r nI call now 332 9246 4 20 5 4 Master bd ba ,n 4bd/3ba twnhse need F to share apt w13 urin roomen to, sum mersubiel) Only $200/ma,14 upI All, 335 5954 4 20 5 4 OXFORD MANOR SUBLEASE 2bd'2ba avail s om mer C across fr om pool $200iroomrnmo Call 371 1517 IV mlv 4 20 5 4 Spyglass 3bdi3ba avail May June do posi neg lease Ship July 31 option lor renewal call 336 8434 after 4 30 4 20 54 F/NS own 0' in Ib house, vry close To UF AC ISO/mo .1/3 ull May Lat opt for fall Ptease call 375 6095 4-20-5 4 Wiodmeadows Apt 258 3bdl3ba Great Loc,Renrt Neg 335 6525 373 3550 or lv mag Sum C 4 20 $$ CHEAP ROOM $ $100imo, Summer C rule from T'ertNorman chicks dig It 3 75 9014 4-20-S Oxford Manor 2 spacious bedrooms each wI own bath partially turn $205 each avel May Aug with optIon to renew in fall 372 2527 4-20-5 4 Studious N/S M to share part turn 2bdr apt for summer wilall option, Iran to UF SILI/mo t I/2Lutll Greg 372-3718 4 20-5-4 REPOSSESSED VA I HUD HOMES avaiale from ioemant troin Ir *iiaOul CrIS chae You 'epa' Also i deiqunel oneclosurms CALL 1 805 682 55 EI H 2004 for lep rst youp area call 7 days a week) SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Liflord Manor sublease sumc w fall op ion 212 w/d very clean & u place sub lease now A keep both crcmTe couch" .all 1/1 1477 4 20 5 4 Wiridaeadow 3bd/Sba for sublease from May August wilh opion for fall Call any lme 336-8315 or 335 8316 4 20 5 4 El-AUTIF UL HOUSE Your own room foe summer 2 rm avaIr $160 Walk to cam pus great areal 373-7797 4 20 5 4 sblet/ssurne rea for 3br/2ba house in super Tax neighborhood cant h/ac ahdry huop e$485/mo call 372 3060 or 3'S 240 Seet 4 19-4 4 Summer sublet less than one block rom campus 2 Hooms in ybr house price nag, available t rn or unturn Call Chuck at 3 71 1554 48 3 4 Lakewood Villas Stble May Aug. urn bdr, own ha, wash/dry, attractive and clean only $242/mo 335 5589 leave message 4 27 10 4 MILL RUN Large 2bd/ 12ba twna w/w d Summer C w/oplion to renew for Fall Only $350/mo Available May 5 330-0536 4 20 5 4 GREAT HOUSE 3br across from Odome, wood flootsstudio and yard $160/mo Summer C A MUST SEE 1 373-9930 4 20-54 Great Dealli Nace efficient 2 bedr I beat for sublease/ke reni Walk to VA Shands and campus Pace hag 335-3560 4 20 5 4 UFA TODAY WAL1%aq kiv i 7 61K$ LlVGC A I Im IVI Iwo GAo PW04A itypre a gaif Aft rMenmnev1 A'mb el dawllV PCX I@ Los 5 ROOMMATES BRANDYWINE URN 'bdr I ba jacut21 Sauna Wt room hWgre pool 1'2 mi to UF $230,mo For own room 1'2 cable & uil 372 2857 Dennis 4 30 28 5 Female NIS Pm ml to share 2bdr/ ba Apt $175/mo & 1)2 ul a king distance to UF Call 377 4244 4-17 IS-5 Rockwood Villas NIS F Own bdrba For sum and/or lall $225/mo S 1,3 orl, price nego for sumr 336 4998 4 16 10SF a0 share 21bdri2 112 be condo, own bdIba $200/iso A 1/2 uld Pool A conva niean 373-5423 or 904 204 3238 4 17 I-ls F N/S to share a bedroom in a 2bd/2ba at Brandywine Si 37/mo A 1/4 ulil Avail May 4 Call 33548 A-17 10 5 1 bedrm w/bath in 3/2 house. furnished, hardwd firs lence, pets Ok, quiet 1ml to if I look is all it wilt take $225 375 7109 4 -178 5 Grad sludent looking tor summ A rmm f/ns For 2ba/ 2ba Lakewood Villas Option to renew lease at lower rent call 335 3780 4 20-10 5 Remake wtd to share Ig 3/2 hOsU ilm Val wood w/ young career man Washli/d, own fe + bath Mature con ns 6240 + f/2uih 335-2789 4-Is 6-5 HEY YOUI F N/S Wanted Own bdr in Spring Tree 17/mo /4 util Call Mi chelle At 378 5512 4-19-95 Floommale for Fill MIF Fully furnished 2bdr/2balh $220/mo 335 0504 4 16 5by Scott Miller By k$ ti.v wva UG6n: M. GO JMIL It f$ ROOMMATES F male to share 2bdro'ba api for Sm me, Behind Norman fal, SI/5mo & 1,2 1tri 3/I 70251/ 800 226 0502 4 16 5 5 F NiS For Summer C w/ Fall & Spr option Own am in furn apt walk to UFI $175'nmo '2 uld Call 371 975 tve rmsg 4 15-5 5 Summer and'or FalljSpring N/S minit lor own turn bdr be ain Rockwood Villas $250 A 13 unit Call Pam 335-4409 4-16 5 I LOVE MY PLACE and you wil tool 2 rmsg avail in SW wed. pool, brand -new rMf MIS $130 200 Leta Isikl 338-7245 4-1S 5-S Roommate Needed Staring in May to share 2bdr 2bth api in Regency Oaks $220 a mo Call Amy 372-7627 4 23 10 5 Roornpale MI/F LAKEWOOD VILLAS own bd/ba, $240 per momth A 1/3 utilities 3367450 4 16 55Roommate to five w/ male grad student HAWAIIAN VILLAGE 2briIba $197 50 m own room 375 3793 leavemesige Sum sublet 4 t6 5-5 Roommate wanted for 3bdr/2ba house. convenient NW location, ric, neighborhood, unlurn, 6225/mo 8 1/2 utl, $00 Sec Call Jeff 375 8173 4-17 5-5 N/S F for own room in part [urn 2bdr/Iba apt, $200/mo A 1/2 until, avail May 5, close o campus Call 371-4692 4-17--5 F N/S to share 2bd/liba apt turn, $150/mo A 1/2 util. needed ASAP Call Lisa 335 4230 Iv message 4 16 4-5 ROOMMATES COUNTRY MANOR master bodroom/ball) furnished apt Roommate needed summer C $199/mo Call 371 7974 4 17 5 5 Oslord Manor F/ns own bedroom own bath Rent negotiable Cell 371 2000 417 5-5 OXFORD MANOR F/NS own 8d/Ba /2 utilizes Rent very negotiable Call 335-6768 4-16-4 5 M/F na to subleas. Summer A or C Own rm if Mill Run 2bd/1ba api SISSmo I lu2 billS Call 336-7016 4 tS-4Looking for a fam non amok. Very quiet and studious room't for fail and spring at Rocky Point 2 bed2 both, entire pond view Ples. call soon Las 330-1823 4-l1 4 5 SPYGLASS 1 or 2 rmas to Share 36d/3ba Rent neg Available summer C w/ option for fall Call 336-5100 and Iva rmlssge 4-17-S-5 Leyl I need f/ns rmmt own turn bdr for S/I 8/14 $17mGO Call me Moul 3355507 4-17 5-5 Spyglass beautifully furnished 3bd,/3bath complete w/ washdry Need one roommate for summer Call Sari @1 330-0ge 4175-5 Spyglass beautifully lurnlahed bar,$balh apt complete with washerdryear and Sv erylhing else Need one roommate fog summer $190 & (13 for w/d) a monthil Move in May 5 Call Mike 330-9691 4-17 5 5 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Tride Michel Jaffe ACROSS I Lodge 5 Sidekicks 9 impetuous 14 Ramble 1 Cosmetic addItive 16 Elf 17 Scope 18 Swing around 19 Sherpa land 20 Boost 23 Yodler'e piece 24 One-or carriage 25 Aristocrats 27 BlIsh-gray SO FBI 33 Oflired 35 -crow. recent M6 Apprent planetary pahs 40 Refre bellum 41 Public relations' COncom g Greenifh-blue 44 raw nigh 45 Nar' pafl 48 Masquerade Wae 46 InterstIce 51 Chats relative 52 Get-up-andgo 55 Maigrass 57 EveryThing 58 Chflpvon 64 CImb#.g vine 6WYerd ShCeil r Go Go for a ride 89 Hoosier hufoorist George and fa=Ry 70 A smen tount 71 Tolera 72 en. ot tah 73 Ken. godunde DOWN CrOUPEch FMt f te y G oE fl. Turis wOt 6 Kirsty of Cheers 9 11 12 13 21 22 26 27 28 29 Gaudy C asnandra Cry over spilled milk Dismay Ol source Befriends Quaker's pronoun Part of USA I-eight to he bar" Adult cygnet PartyFir of fims 47 49 Bugbear Token of esteem 50 KosteIanetz and Prevint 52 Conceals 53 Adam ged',s creator 54 Part of Montana's motto 5 mmeasurable depth 59 Harvest 60 Helen of Troy'. 51 Conrweight 62 And others Abr. 63 Freeway mctn 65 -sequur 31 Hawaiian Hartor 32 Joplin opus 34 Moolah 37 Reafraint 38 Sugar source 39 fomtion in a sequfn. 42 Barnyord sound 7Fl-cI r O"" Il 4/I1/U T elm Law Aqmw I Sd 4"@M tx5 if c.,{ d ,1 10 FL, A Lt nzq listWV N0 13 28 0 C O MT M l 0 VIGGE r I I I r,

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MONDAY.AIRI[ Ia q99, MflCAM. 16 Life in the fast food lane. END It can he a slow death if you're loading up on high-cholesterol, high-fat foods that may eventually choke your arteres and damage your heart if you're a teenager, slow down on fast food that's high il fat Chances are itl l cIt-h up with you someday if you don' t Ameflcan Heart WETE FIGHTINGFRC? ri FE ROOMMATES ** OAKBROOK ** $175/mo F n/s Share, room, furnished summer /or tallSpring pool secutIty deposit Lynn 371 4,09 4 8 5 5 *0 OAKaROOK *0 $350/mo F, n. shsa room. furnished, summer Aerd fallispring, poo, security, deposit Lynn 371-4708 4 18 5-5 F Ammt Needed or 4bdr/t2 turn condo by Oaks Mail Sacurily System washdry $200imo A splrt alc 335 4298 4 25 40 5 NIS liberal rmml, own bdr in 3bdr house. 3blks from UF, $141/mo .1(3 t Pela ok 371 6059 4 18 5-5 *OXFORD MANOR* summer BOOM MATE NEEDED own master bdr own bath Townhousei wash/dryer price Negol 335 3513 4-16 5-5 Large Bdr. own ba I or 2 /S Armmys for Summer Call 336 4367 4-18-5 2 N/S F roommales wanIed for 2 big rooms in NE Victorisn mansion for sum mar term only $200/mo each .ut.1 373 3662 IV ins1 4 17 4-5 *Own Room in 2br/ib apt F/na Quiet wooded, SW area short bike to UF Nical 175/mo 1/2 util May Friel 373-1695 4-17-4-5 NIS M to share I bdr furn apt for summer C only $110/mo 1/2 uIl, 1/2 block from UF Call 372-3203 afternoons 4-1-5-5 OWN ROOM $11MO 1/2 utis, M N/S woted to shsre nlc d/ltba apt In SW area for summer c Call 395-0079 4 S35 SUBLET I bdr in a spacious 3dr apt Sloneridge ASts. master bd own both $229 a mont lotr May to AugiS 336 5008 Scott 4-18595 SUMMER ROOMMATE wanted to shea 3bdr/2bath house 1150/m + 1/3 utiltes 377-8381 ask for Ericom or Omn 4-165 ROOMMATES I or 2 Chrislian F mites ?or summer in 2br/2 1/2 ba townhouse W/ W/D $13s/mo -nag 8 1/4 uti 1 1/2 m from campus 377 2301 4-16 4 5 N/S for master br/bath in 3br house in SW Walk in closer, w/d. oarete fenced yard, S mn to UF/Shands $1 5/mo & 1/3 util 336 1914 4 17 5 5 N/S M/F to shar. 2bd/2b1 apt for Summer A Covered Bridge 235/mo 12 util Call Ken al 377 0849. leave message 4 IS5 5 N/S rrtorr needed for quiet 2/2 and unit In Rockwood VilisI For Summer C and beyond Prica neg Call Mari 395-8023 4 i8-5-5 F rmmt IIS in 38 apt Summer C $Ifl SpacIous apt Pool, Courts May rent ree Call JulIe lv Imsg 376-6591 4-155-5 F/ns Uniurn room In clean. quIet NW 3/2 Houae 4 rli UF/SFCC, Washer, Cable. Micro, No Pets I50/niMo A 1/3 u 37$640 4-30-12-S F to share bdrm A bal, $n 4bdrm flath house W/d. central heat/sc. walk to UF $124/mo A util AvaIl 5/3 371.67151/me. 4-18-3.Own Room in HR house 5 min walk to campus Summer A. B or C. n/f na proferred $14V/mi & 1/3 uti Call Now 373S10 4-19-SCESPERATEI m/f tmmt needed 4 sum C -own bdr In spacious sbdr twhee (Oak Forest) -wasdry. coal rnntal 81556mo & 1/4 UIl Call 8 lv mSg 335-2550 4-173-5 Only $67 WO mo A 1/2 utl gets own roou Sum C in 21d/lba apt $175 me Fall Spring Deps nag Call 335-5520 Amanda 4-17-3-5 Female Non-Smoking. own bar, 2 Mi to UF. S1i73/mo & 1/3 utfl, Call 372-2007 Need ASAPI 4-19.5-5 Getting into the right B&slness School kes a lot more than js getmng a high scote o the GMAT It llo knowmg what schools are nght for you And knowmg the Irncacies of the application prc That's why Sanley H. Kaplan created the MBA Semar There. youll arn how to improve your dancs of gewng mo dhe BI ses School of your choc. Review acal GMAT quaos.e And most dcosty, youl lam haw to SIT the highest sce an your GMAT by leamntg the Kaplan Zo noWe So r your seat today for our nxt Seminar And discover how our advanced tclung mahods Mnd 50 years of aperience an help you plan the nextre yearsof y We STANLEY H. KAPLAN Tqak pnOrTakeYourCanes MSA SPRING SEMINAR -TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 6PM TO RESERVE A SEAT CALL SA1,1 EVENINS ON WMEENDS 377-0014 401 SW 2d AVE OainmfllS. FL ROOMMATES I a,2 Rmmt needed for summer Iobare ?bdr/2ba in The Bicycle CIAu Api $125,mo 11?2 ulil or $75/ma A 1/3 uit Liea 335 5925 4 19 5 Wanted for summer in Spyglass ApI mtr bdr/ba. wash/dry, micro, rent nego fully rn w/ weter bed 336 9022 A 1a 4 5 Lookingor 1 2 M N/S rrirmIS to tId luxu ruS apt. 491 9013 4 20 S S Rmmt to share 2,r/2a wrists near tower rd2OAvS SW Prefer prior military upper div .or grad student n/s $17/mo A 1/2 util 332-5567 4 10-5 5 POLOS m/it rmmt needed for summer Own bdr/b, wash/dry. A many extras Only $1i5/mo& 13/ UllItis AnylIm e335 7738 ie meol 4-1-S-5 NS W F needed for summer with fall op tion $200/mo A1/3 utl Across from campus Call 336-0411 leavee Message 4-19--5 NIS &F for summer C for 2br 2brh has 3/4 Il from Campus I140 4 1/4 UIl Call Brad at 378-3073 In meg 4 17-3-5 *00 F n's quiet good student 4 0 aunMC own br/funn/wood foortll $4mo & 1/2 uIll Great roommiell Call 3726141 biwn 212 SOON 4-18-4-6 n "S oornmmale for summer sublease own bdrm/baatOkForstapt SIO/mol 1/3 utilities Cell Mry 336-7845 4.19-5-5 Nad Female to share M Vernor Apil this summer Preferably an, student. neat non-smoker a must $2501mo A t/2 ulis k*r*n 372-8580 4-10-5-S Own room in 2Br 11a apartment for Sum. me, Prefer non-smoker 1130/th A 112 negotlable Call 336 1S evenings 4 20-0.5 2 nimits needed Starting jn May to share 4bd;/2be 4 blocks Io UF, remfmeoa w option to lease in Aug 371-9353 4 20-05 CRUISESHIPS NOW HIRING for spring. Christmas and next sum m. breaks Many positions Call 1 805-682-7555 EXT S 1115 (cal 7 days a week) ROOMMATES Male, sumner C share large divided home close to UF W/ private entrance patio trees cable no party armo $250/mo 378 201 4 20 8 5 ** SUMMER/FALUSPRING live in new apt, 1 or 2 rmmls for 2 3bdr respectively Mature, clean NIS 374 7190 4-17 -3 5 Sublet for Summer C I bdrm in 2bdrm/lba house 5 mn walk to campus $152 S0tmo & utjl Cal Tracey at 370 718 lv message 4 1955 Rockwood Villas N/S F fullyfurn Security system wash/dry micro $t 95/mo Alter 5 30pm 407 578 2721 4 19-5 5 Roams-S50pr month w/uIioes in ex.change lor housakesping,$250 per month w/uities Tower Oaks n/s 332 0785 alter Spn 4-16-1 5 SPYGLASS-turn Own ,oom+bath in 3bdr for sum 1225/mo A its uti washidry Avail May 2nd Cell 335-5235 KevIn 420-5-5 **FALL/SPRINGt* Neat sludious nis female seeks same to share 2bd/il be apt close Is UF No pets Call 373-0786 417-25 Need M/F to sublease own roomebelh Mill Run apartment for summer A/B of Avail now thru Aug Call .t 336 0701 in C 4. Mile Run-ns studious mil semi turn condo central heat/se, pool. tnishry Startantime Cali collect 305-2N4-30"4 4 27 10OS Caa. East F. own bed/bath, washidry. great apt $2501 /2utll negotiable for Sum C call today tyn 377 3832 4 20 5.5 N/S for own turn bdr In 4 bdr NE hoj Wash/dry $165mo 1A/ ulil Available sUmMer and/or Ill Cell Debbia 3734639 4 20 -S Musicsn./Artits ciry 3 bdrm bungalow needs (2) aocl creatures 0 make it viable $150 fireplaces. porch, 2 baeal 3771510 4-20-5-5 ARmmt Wanted to shat nice 3bd 2ba N home All Amenities Slospormo tat lasi $100 security 113 ulilty 372-7027 teave message 4 20-5 5 Classlfeds. Continued on next page. p it; L .9 4,jt 50 per month CALL NOW! 373-1395

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ROOMMATES FOR SALE FOR SALE MOTORCYCLES AUTOS r o' ir 1 5 i .r N S '' Lr,' ,, iiif I 1 I i n-i F l h I' IF I I IV Fg 1 36 hKA 0 rC Orn Fledro m I ie bed o,, hoce alek o campus tar leas 'ab' 3 /2 / Fe 4 23 b 5 M N S Looalie wanted in shire 4bd 3bih Api on Tower mo $145 1 4 uil Call 332 6559 4 19 4 5 ClE AP i needs same 10 share 3 bina NW spcios home May August 135 c12 elli Woodsy yard 3729858evenings 4 Mature nes ta share 2bdrit 2a town house furnished near UF summer A/Or Fall $1 5 1 2 ul 335 4010 4 1i 3 5 F Tror.1 r i-md 0 Share rUx Opn o i I aurls Mdy A n own bdiba wud pool sauna A great ,oommalesi $200/mo 1 3 utl Kim 3155641 420 56 6 FOR SALE Alpi Kenwood Sony and 30 more brands are all at our Now Location] Car Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372 2070 4 30-/5 6 Rockford, Fosgete, Yamaha. Pioneer, infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm The Best Car Stereo installer. in lawn Car Ste. reo to Go 375-1534 4 30 75 6 CAR ALARMS instaled remote control any car iLuck or van Tully guaranteed will demo Call 336 9193 student Iv Message 4 30 F2 6 Cs; Alarh,, Autopage, Chapman Home and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul, Sher.wood, and more We Beat All Prices' 373-3754 4 30 69 6 MICRO CENIE Ri Computers 376 1146 EditorS chace ConpuAdd Northgate H P Price same or lower Than mail order Systems below include 1mb 40mb 28"I graphics monitor MC 28512 $1195 Packard Bell $1295 MC 366sx $'495, Norihoate 386/20 $2399 PB 286 laptop w nd A battery Siqqg CompuAdd 810 w 20mb A graph Cs mon or $970 1 3 year warranties Onsitewarraniues Panasonic1180 priu ir $185 HP Lasor Jet lsp $1049 3743W Unrvorsily Ave 4 30 65 5 FUTON & FRAME SALE From only $200 per set Cao Matt 377 5650 4 30 26 6 MUST SELL' VCR, TV, Oueenbed, micro wave table w4 chairs, all in excellent condition Call 378 2202 4 20 10 8 For Sale Conpact computer with 20 meg hard disc pinner and monitor Must sell' Will take best olfer Rich 395 8035 4 23 10s Oueen size waterbed, bookcase head board, padded rails, 2 sets of sheets $200 Korg guitar effect Peavey S1ce gui tar $200 335-4632 4 16 5 6 Gradualingl Tan couch w marng chair, 2 end Tables, dble bed nile stand, desse, 2 desks, will take best offer Elyse 375-0287 4-17-56 4OUNTAIN BIKE cannondale a months old. '90 frame red w/ yellow Trim, Fat tires $400 firm Brian 378-6509 leave mcs sage 4 17 5 6 LOFT custom made single bed W/ ladder, O mo old, very sturdy, easily aembledjdisamambled, approd by housing. $125 395-848g 4-17-d Kingize waterbed W/ bookcase. drawers. and rala $180 OBO Men's red 10 spd, $10 Call Michelle 378-5512 Iv message 4-17-5-6 Wlndauffer, Mistral Maul Good Condition, 2 sais New Mast $400 Call Jon 378 5726 4-17-5 FOR SALE PINK COUCH like newll faking Besi Oftetr Call Stacy at 335-5066 4-16-4-6 Longboerds $250 s On size wr bed $100 Wersuit full $75 Slumpjumper Mtn biki $275 Bud neon sign $t00 Call 376t"3 4-17-5-S USA Dala 51yteme, Ind Compute; Hardpere, software, tutor, F! Inslatling, Student diec fl-d47b -F len -4pm 4-2410-4 Elodroom irvig rom A dir lng roomr' turn, ure 4 sale Allin excellent codl on Call 37 8820 leave message 4 26 10 6 MUST SELL Gladualng 3 desks OFaS and more Steve 335 6832 4 18 5 6 BIKE Conten Ironman 23Sc'mano 600 SIS, new imron paint seal wheels ax card $700 nos will sacrifice $385 378 6728 pm 4 11 3 6 Scan Design King Bed Dinels Desk Bookcase, Dresser 376 L93S 4 18 4 6 Macintosh computer double hard disk drive irragowirer printer mouseand disk cabmer $900 00 CalJ 372 0750 4 18 4 8 FOR SALE bedroom furniture queen bed dresser, 2 rightiables desk/chair Excel lent condo Ion Great price nego 135 4321 4 19 5 5 GraduarinorI Couch, andiables lamps, bedroom furniture Will lake best ofFer Call 378 1 733 4 173 6 Graduating Furnlur, for sale, full bed, dresser desk coflee I able and more Stacey 335 9800 4 19-5 6 Gradualingselling all Zsdr'sdining oak end tables etc LOW Prices; call 336 6646 v message 4-s 3 6 MUST SELLI tan sectional couch, great condition call Michelle 335-1275 price og 4-183-0 House For Sale Good for 4-Studens Walking distance to earpus-Cheap price 378 4048 Leave message 4 20-5 6 Classic' 1975 Garcia. acoustic guitar 6 siring Spanish p.no & Mahogany, 18 fret Tina books ncl $350 ol 374 4925 4 20 5 5 CoMpu or desk and Ir/nr stand Excel cond cabinet and drawer space $90 Call 373 1716 4 20 5-6 For sale large coach With 2 matching chairs and glass wall uri good condition best ofler call 336 8595 leave message 4 20 5 6 LOFT SUPER COOL unique design 2 bed, custom lor eay Carpeted Ladder reld Asking $165 395-6150 4 20-5 5 Apt lull of turn grad so musI selt COuch 2 chairs, bedroom se sic Call Susan 378 7039 leave message 4 20-5 6 5 91 FaC surfboard we leash emcelleni or begnoners S 00, BRAND new PASSPORT radar detector siIll in box $180 6O2' surf board new $250 395-7877 4 20-5 6 Great Deal Couch w/matching sofa, end tale, coffee table lamp bedroom set brand now) All neg 377-8072 4-10 305 Couch, coffee and end tables, TV stand. papasan, wall unit, standing lamp, bookcase, waterbed Call Stefanie 335 3721 after 7 4-18-3 6 MUST SELL NOWI Door store furniture ike new1 Graduating seniors leaving town CALL 336-5866 or leave mes 4l20-5 6 DISNIY-EPCOT 3 Day Pass-I50 00 Great Dealt]i Call 335-9086 SEIZED CARS, trucks, 4 wheelers, TV's. stereos, luorhure, computers by DEA. FBI. IRS and US customs Available your area now Call 1 -805 682-7565 Ext C70pl (call 7 days a woekl olt 'roe %iridr w cairor is 121 IT dorm r m ,Vusasle $i cho 3h5 i Kim 4 20 5 6 VITAMINS ARE CHE APFR AT GAINES VILLE GYM 325 amino acid iblio $1/ 00 201 NW 6th St 376 8400 4 20 5 6 Peach couch good copdiion $150 Flo liable call Chiisty 336 4785 leave iles sage 4 20 5 6 Couch chair A 2end tables all malching wood, $125 336 9461 4 24 10 6 MACINTOSH for sale 120k W/ programs including MacWrite,Macpaint, and comm program $50 also I need grad ii 336 O003 417-46 7 REAL ESTATE Must Sell Excel coind, condo 2br/2ba Pebble Creekarea, 273939 Dr ,Call 813 666 506 or 613 882-3525 4-30 24-7 Aaumable 8 /2% Low down only $310/mo P A I Adorable Spacious IBdr or lnot ceilig fan. skylight, vertical blinds. Indry rIn storage 8 2 decks,lBeau ofu landscaping w/lot of Dogwood & Are leas 374-4923 or 376-4702 eves/wknds 4 tO-S-7 CONDO -Brandywine Furn 2bdr/tba, acul. sauna, wc/rm, pool 1/2Ta to UF 2 3 peop. assume mortgage $51 /mo& Condo fee, 3)6-3772 Tim 4 10-S7 HILLTOP MANSION an 4 acres 4fR 31/2 BA Swiss Chalet style home Prime loca lion $260,000 Cindy Bailey Realtor 372-6881 4 26-107 150 acres long road frontage close to I Z5'Wiision Rd $5600 per acre Vary Wooded Candy Bailey Realtor 372 6881 4 26 T0 By Owner Suburban Height., 4bdr.den,2 12 be, living fm fireplace formal dining IT family fa, 2400 soft, $115 000 377 0497 4 205-7 8 MOTORCYCLES SIck of parking? 87 Honda Ellie 50 Scooter 4000 miles excellent condition $500 377 2357 4 19 10 0 1980 Suzuki CS 10000 S900 Call after 7pm 372-3814 4 16 5-8 1988 Tomos Moped, Excel Condition ro cent lull Srv checkup Call Craig at 378 8524 4 17 5-8 88 Honda Elite LX Perfect cond, 112 m Sought for $1300 in Oct asking $1100 obo neln,* md Eves 377-3033 4-1 75MOPED Yamaha, starts/runs flawless low miles, great mileage, very depend able, we helmet $250 nOg Cell Moe 336 4251 4-17-5-0 Oo H left r 0 rI q excelleri to. i, rmpq hnlirs $600 332 52ah *ve, 'ms A 1 4 8 iac Todi 1 e 80 ans gre blue lIca' ,vl'ded $600 of bes Otte, call Mike at 1/8 a'll Leave a netsage 4 18 5 8 INTERCE PIER 750 With Kerker Ex Last Greal Con c lor $1400 OBO 373 3351 4 19 5 8 /5 HONDA cb 550 runs great' Excel For [own A hy Crs control custom seat, new ir bk S more Asking $500call395 7284 4 19 4 8 04 Kawasak, GPy 550 red/blk Kerker header new ball brakes e 2 helmets Graduannm $1200 0bO Call Keith 3769353 4 1q 5 8 9 AUTOS 75 VW Beetle Lovingly restored NEW, upholstery ie otff, carpet, sks. tres, butterscotch Pat strong engine $2100 Warren 338 7392 4-23-5-9 84 Renault Encore red, aulo. AM/F MaleFe, ac, low mieage Some Transmission trouble Must sell best offer takes it 395 9810 417-5-9 1985VO Chevy Camaro W/ awesome 300 amp sound. mao wheels. top shape, $8250 1 237-1551 4-20-7-9 1979 OLDS CUTLASS mechanics special / green good Oms and irea / $800 obo Call 335 7688 ask for Nate 4-17 5-9 81 Plymouth Champ Bult by Mitsubishi Its not pretty, bul it runs $425 Call Thomas 372 7027 4-18 4 9 77 Chevy Malibu Reliable original owner $500 obo Call Steve at 376-5093 anylime 4-24 10 9 1979 Chevelle Brown Auto MaIt rc $800 030 Chrisli 335 6838 leave message 4159 09 Honda Accord Spori Coupe whit. burgundy interior tined windows, beautiful cond ow miles, $11 000 335-6984 4 26 10-9 72 Ford Torino One owner. runs great. extremely reliable, sala transportation $750 Call 373-8991 4 17-3-9 1977 Fiat Spider 1800 New Front Suspn. Saon, New Alternator, Brakes. Tires. Inlt f'or Body damaged Call 373 3728 For details. leave message $500 00 4-18 CHEAP 1978 Chevy Caprice 4dr runs very smoothly very dependable transporLation $500 call 335.5956 4-20-5-9 1971 Ford Econlirie sink, propane Stove bed Many new paris 7909 4-20-5-k Custom Van He fridge, table and $4100 OC 313 77 Olds Omega runs great new ball A/C, "roealt rsdtr, more $850obo call 336-0252 leave msaage mUSi s111' 4 19 4-9 10 WANTED Local Ari needs GOLD, Gems, Class Ring. ETC Top S or tade Or-s Fine Jewelry 373-0243 4-30-75-10 Desperately need 2 graduation ix Will pay $ 011 335-2974 and leave message 4-17-5-10 In DESPERATE need of Grad Tickets Willing to PAY It interssed please call 378-5217 4-20 6 10 GRAD FIX desperately need grad I'm Will pay $Wf Huge immediate fairly Anyone r str ix call -f 610pm 335 7314 4-17 3-10 Wanted Cars-Trucks For Salvage, run 0mg/not running. wrecked etc 371 1576 We Buy and Move 4 20.-610 I 1 SERVICES NW Mini storage at I-75 A NW 31th Ave near Oaks Mall area. 5a5 to 10a20 from $20. 10% disc 1o students 332-8917 4BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NW lyin Ave 372-16W4 MC/VISA/insurance Free Pregnancy Test Member Nino Abeortjon Federation SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Get confidential testing and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 4 A" STORAGE Close to LF, Convenient 44e4 *151mO 4x$** $25mo 33 SW 2nd Ave 377-1771 4-30 75-11 ** GATOR MOVING Full/Serv Mov/Stosage/Packing I item/lse Full DaysiEves Long diS Licins Hary/Bil 374-4791 4-30-75 11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM Itsons boarding a woodser lecilitles hay rides parties sales working students accepted 468-3224, 375-080 4-30-75 11

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SERVICES TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED PEIONALS MONDAY, Al l. lVry, AJlLGAXR. 17 CONNECTIONS *SUNBELT MOVING* 11ofvsaioral MovingPack ng A Suppi '% I ief House iull LocalILro dci I -irns 'iced for StudenIsl Marty 375 MOVE 4 30 S *FREE* Pregnancy Test Gainesville Womens HEALTH CENTER /20 NW 23rd Avenue 377 5055 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services 4 30 71 11 MOVING? Resourcelul Siudent w/lull SIZe truck will beal any price in town 336 9461 4 25 14 1 McCoy Mini Storage 2160 N E ii Blvd 5 A 1101 X 0 10 X 20 Call Us 375-3286 4 27 20-11 MOVING' Running out of times Let Galo Moving pick-up, store deliver your be longings 1o you in the fall 374-4791 374 4488 4-30-21-11 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepting new pt&,s etlrg Adult deaning M3. child $20 (4) Wild re 5325. (3) Wisd te $250 (2) WiAsd tee $200 Niirous Oxide Accept MC. V. AE Valid only with coupon, up 10 (4) people H T Gonsoulin. DOS. 372-9521 4 30 19 11 van Trailer aft high by 40 I long by 8 It wide Jor summer storage purposes For into 332-8878 Mr Kaplan lv mag & phone A 4 27 15-11 Beautiful Live Guitar Music for your wed ding or party by SAp professional Acou tic or dance music avail Larry 330-5624 a 17 5-11 Need Help Movig?' Students moving Students Fast, Reliable Cheap we'll do it all Erlek 335 7617 4 30 12-11 RESUMES -don't wait till the lest minute. gel the best now For appt 37S-565, 2950 SW Archer Also see our grad announcementa RESUME CITY 4-20-5-11 VIDEO DUPLICATION VIDEO EDITING Walton Electronics 3 7 85 6 5 6 4 20--11 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITS, WE TYPE BusIness Legal Personal Reports Term Ppers Typese Resume Etc ONvill HandIcapped Typing 378-717 4-30-75-12 *Typing reports business legal resumes cassettes transc abed* appli castfo* liners notary *etc Avalabl 24 hours/? days/372-2777 4-30-75-12 Typing 81 00 pg. imn. 55.00 Reports, Themes. whateverGrad School P T List WCS 917 NW 13th -373-22 4-30-1512 MICRO CENTEW Typing 37-osfl Full & self service computing Typing starts 0 1.50lpg Resumes Ma Self service resumes $2.-0/hr .I&pge, Laser typesel grphies spell check theses paper special charactrs employment databases mailmeg. training WordPerfect speiallst VisaiMC, 4-3065-t2 T pngoerd Proessing. Quality dopendable service Reasonable rates. Laser printer 3'778l l Ill ,00pm. 4-30-29-12 Tying/Wordpreaaing. WordPerfect 5 1. quality Wk, fat result., lw rae. dependable, WprflS service. Tara 532 1460 4-30-54-12 24-HR TYPINGWPS -USER PRINTER ENGLISH GRAO .ed l-preoispelt -00 cholesterol -Klpp 37-.349. 4-25-21-12 Put It In Wriing. Fast. eccrate, relifbl service Masters in English will chck spelling and edI 24 hs 373-1937 4-3023-I11 J % 24 hour wordproce'si" ngnporis rsurnom Cover iners ad TmOe C'0i 13 8535 CAIll ,Iurnod ASAP 4 30 21 **ACE WOLIDPROCESSING* Resumes Term papers dussriaions legal !otncal 33s 7064 4 20 15 12 Pickupiel Typing and wordproc near campus Dependable Quality service Reasonatie rates 24hriday Call Ca' 01 373 4464 4 17 11 12 QUALITY Typing & Laserprir r rhess resume papers UF grad owner Scribe Services 021 NW 13 Sc 377 6170 **** 4 21 17 12 IBM Compatible Wp 5 0 Laser pr in Or I gal/medical ermunroogy reporters P pers thesis Call 378 203 4 20 1 1I Typing and Wordprocessing -Legal term papers etc Professional quality and reliable service Call Nancy 372-2750 4-24 10-12 **** QUICKSILVER **** Ouck reliable guaranteedl 24 hr/7 days Starting at $I 50 per page CAll Jared at 378 6515 4 17-5-12 TYPING legal/rlmedical'lhesIs/term pa pers etc Professional. expedieni $1 per page Call 375 3324 Message 4-18 5 12 TYPING Near Butler Plaza Fast So?vice $1 25 double space Call 373-6387 4 26-10-12 13 HELP WANTED AVON 375-8967 Sell Avon Full or Part-time We Train Benefits Insurance 4 30-75-13 NEW ENGLAND BROTHERISISTER CAMPS-MASS Counselor Positions for program specialists Team Sports. Ten ni Perorming Arts Waterfrent Inquire Mah-Kee-Nac(Boys) 190 Linden Ave, Glen Ridge NJ 0702 Danbee(girls) 16 Horserneck Road, Montville NJ 07045 Please call 1 600-776-0520 4-18-48-13 Need volunteers lot a 2 week study of a new psoriasis medication 331-5379 430-47 13 EARN $35 This week for new donors for 2 plasma donatIons on our new automated ma chines Special bonus programs each month Free refreshments, free parking Experienced stafl serving you since 1969 Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 SW 4th Ave 375-9431 Mon-Fri 8-7 Sat 8-2 4-30-73-13 Local Girla Scout Camp, 7 wk iwo-in pa siton, counselors, horseback ndng insiructor, cook If you love children cell Kay 405 3917 4-16-10-13 Attention Studental full and part time work avaulablel Excellent pay, hours incredibly flexible Call 372-1476 4-10-5-13 CRUISE SHIP JOBS Opporunity guide Summer jobs 500-927-IS0 Ext C 6 4165-13 COLLEGIATE IBM REP If you're energetic pooplefsalea oriented. full time UF student sophomore or above wr at least 8 average, some computer experience Manpower needs you to promore the sales of the IBM PersOnal Systernsu2 on campus MANPOWER TEMP/SERVICE 376-538 416--13 Full tim. summer CslP counselor pollplons avail GTVileYMCA -relIable people who tnoy ctldren Call 370-7172 4-l 6-13 -I 3 LOOKING FOR A SUPER SPLASIHTACUIAR' Joe? Summer Waves Weterpuk on beautiful Jekyll Island. 0s has selonal oenings In te followIng areascertlflad ilfagumrdS, food *ervic*, merchanding, admlssiofis lst services. rentals. adniiStrtO maintenanCe, and park services Intern ships available Housing available for non-local resideflis For complete info, po kan l ton and Iechu e at p c lep "'a0a nn Offic* or call 12y O4 eDadllnefr eplicalion April 25. 4-1543 Does your oraterni'y Cority or ogani ulon need $$$ for your Spring ACtivilies? Parlocipale in a one Week on campus mar kir ng project Call Jill at 35 9690 4 16 1 13 M or F in Leang Agent Part I me Must work weekends Apply caMar'a Apis 914 SWthAve 420 S5 13 ATTENTIONJAX STUDENTS NOW hiring wait stafl bartenders cocklariers high volume restaurant good summer $ Apply now Tex Mex Cantina 8520 Oayreadow. Rd 4 20 5 13 Olice Assilan I o answer phones file, etc Hours Mon -Fr 2 7 and Saturdays 9 2 Nonsmoker Call 375 0772 4-205 13 ATTENTION It you are 16 years orolder, earn up to 3200 weekly working part muenso transportation necessary Call the Tampa Tribune for Dan at 378-0812 4-20--S13 Marketing Research Assistant, non Smoker, 15 20 hrs/wk, mornings only Prefer soph/jr, speskIread Spanish or other language Good computer/office skills plus 3 0 gpa Bring resume to Allehem Ind 4001 Newberry Rd Suile E 3 Gv 4 20-S-1 MAKE EVERY DY EARTH DAYSummer campaigne for the onrironmet Earn $2500 to $3500 Hel pass the Air Act, tighten pesticide control, A promote comprehensive recycrg Available in 10 stale A 0 C Cell Kate tollfree 1-800-75-Earth. 4-20-5 13 MEDICAL, NURSING, ON MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS Shands Hospital at University of Florida has 2 student assistant peiltioris eveilable in The infection control department The po ition will work with inleclion control prac liuoner by assisting in patient surveillance. chart review, clerical duties, and errands Famiflarily with patient charts, medical terminology and pharmaceuticals Nursing. medical, or medical technology students with clinical experi ence and who are si-directed are pro ferred Hours are flexible and require a commitment of 10-20 hours per week Qualified applicants should submit an sp plicators or resume no leter than FrIday, April 20, 1Q90 to Leslie Smert, Shands Hospital. UnIlversity of Florida, Box J-337, Gainesville, FL 32610. (04) 395-0786 EOE 4-I6-I13 *****INTERNSHIPS***** A Few avail excellent pay, great career discmenl alter graduation For more into 317 3187 SWco 4-20-5 13 Energec babysItter to watch 2 small chi dien in my NW home Must b avail leI entire summer S fall Own ran, nece 377-4131 4 10-3-13 Ceremic decorating, 10 hs pe wk Arted, art, etc job begins May 0 Close to OF Reply to Box 286, GaInesville 32502 4 18 5-13 Insurance office needs full time recap tronit for summer My7-Aug24. S-S, Mon-Fri must have typing A computer skills Call for appIntiment 377-2077 418-5 13 EINrESI major for re c, in microprocessors, A/D & DA conversion, servos, sensors Call 377-01S 4-19-S-13 REAL ESTATE SALES. New associates welcome Formal and am-on-one Ireining Bill Cindy Bailey Realtor 372-0681 4-26 10 is BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS. termInal. S pee, buy, selltrade, rent A repair oreat pikes. UALITY.CDVS SlWUniv. SU-0S7h 4-3075-14 15 PERSONALS LADIES MAKI *WNEY We buy & ssll Deed used clothing. Call Secod Act. Sf-UP. 4-30-75-111 vusrnetCarrereRay-UantGatr Great prices-rag .t em aungfts. The Oflal Laflratery *0-S4-. 414 OW 4 Ave block from Ala G". 4-0-76-15 Natural Feeds and Vltamins Sirkenstock Sarndals, Sunflowe Health Foods 57 SW Ut It 372-74Ml 4-30'-76-1 pfEGNANT? Don I guess Ge immediate test results lon a reliable source. 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KEVIN WISNIEWSK -ALLIGATOR Nine teams from the Southeast, including UF (in white) and Palm Beach hero, competed in the two-day event, hold at various locations on the UF campus. KEWAN MsNIEWSW -AUJATOR UP defender Marc Minch (left) heads the ball safely away from a Palm Beach attacker. To coin a phrase, winning four out of six ain't bad That's just what the UF Internation als, a soccer club composed of students from around the world, did Sunday afternoon, defeating Georgia Tech 2-1 in overtime to win their fourth A.C. Moore Invitational Tournament title in six years The Internationals emerged from a field of nine teams to win the 13th annual tournament at lake Alice Field. After holding the Yellow Jackets to a 1-all tie, cou rtesy of a goal by James Homich, both teams proceeded to a penalty kick tie-breaker to determine a winner. The Internationals scored on three of their first four attempts, while Georgia Tech made only one. The Yellow Jackets needed to convert their fourth attempt to stay alive in the contest, but Internationals goalkeeper Patrick Cherkani dived to his eight to block the shot and seal the victory. The hosting UP soccer club tied for third place in the tournament UF played the Palm Beach Kicks to a 1-all tie in the consolation game Sunday. Tennessee finished fifth. followed by Louisiana State, Miami, Georgia and Florida State. The tournament also marked a farewell for OF soccer club founder/physical education professar A.C. Moore, who started the club in 1953. He retires next month. -JASON DAVIS Bowlers have chance to win national title By BRIAN STENBERG Atligator Wnter After months of hitting strikes and spares, IJF's men's bowling team has a chance to win its first national championship Six members of the team will travel to Portland, Ore April 26-30 tocompete in the tonal Bowling Council championship tches "I think we have a shot at winning our rs -ever national championship," said ike Paiva, a UF biologist who has been coach ol UF's bowling teams the last 10 years Paiva, 32, said the men's organization has done well for a number of reasons, especially the skill of its five starting bowlers, many hours of practice and a tough competition schedule Team members bowl at least 20 hours a week, Paiva said, after totaling time spent at the weekly practice sessions or with a league. Practice is more than slinginga 16-pound ball toward 10 pins at the end of a narrow lane Paiva said it's more of a science. The bowlers need to stretch and stay in shape to help improve their games and to avoid injuries. The hoursof practiceoften pay off for the bowlers with invitations to compete at tournaments around the state and nation. This semester, Paiva said, the team has attended a tournament about every other week. As the team competes more, it receives more exposure. That exposure, he said, has helped the bowling team recruit players from high schools and other colleges. Paiva hears from about 300 to 400 bowlers a year who are interested in bowling for the UF team. "A lot of it is because they'll hear about us going to nationals," he said. 'Te team also is ranked fifth among U S college teams. The Professional Bowlers Association announced thatfigurerecently, Paiva said, and "since that's been on (television) I've probably had 15 inquiries." The Reitz Union sponsors the bowling team and pays for most of the group's trips and expenses. It won't be paying for the trip to Oregon, however, because the National Bowling Council wit. Seniors David Bell and Jimmy Strobel, juniors Randy Ewers and Richard Mayor, and sophomores Eric Cox and Glenn Shapiro will make the trip, Paiva said. Student wins bowling crown UF unIor tlsob Woods was the Asscition of C~i aunatna bes n UA v W so

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M(ONDA. APRIl 1, 114 Al I.ATOR. it, SPORTS Promising weekend zoes sour for baseball team By CUERRY SMITH Alligator Writer Afterwinning a tense, nationally televised extra-inning affair against Mississippi State on Frcay, the UF baseball team suffered through a nightmarish Saturday Playing as if they still were dreaming about the previous game, the Gators did little right as the Bulldogs pounded out 33 hits and scored 25 runs to sweep the senes-ending doubleheader 18-4 and 7-2 at Perry Field A sample of Mississippi State's domination and UFs listlessness: By the end of the third inning of the first game, the Bulldogs had 10 runs on 11 hits, five UF errors, two walks, a hit batter and a wild pitch. 1 MSU third baseman Burke Masters scored in each of the first three innings. Herbert Pery was the most successful Gators pitcher Perry, who had not pitched since his high senior year 1987, hurled the final three innings because Coach Joe Arnold did not want to waste a regular pitcher. Both MSU pitchers tossed complete games, limiting UF to a combined six runs on 12 hits while striking out 13. Every MSU player had a hit by the fifth inning, and all nine starters had scored after the top of the sixth, when the score was 15-0 The second game was much better in comparison to the first one -the Bulldogs had only five runs and six hits at the end of the third inning "We didn't play with a lot of intensity today," Arnold said. "I guess we felt like we won the ballgame yesterday (Friday), therefore, we didn't have to try very hard today. So we didn't play very well defensively, we didn't hit much today and the pitching wasn't very good. "Against a team like Mississippi State, if you falter in one of those categories, you're probably going to be in trouble.* The Bulldogs, ranked 17th by Collegiate Baseball/ESPN, im proved to 27-11 overall and 10-5 in the Southeastern Conference, The Gdlors slipped to 21-20, a-7. With a three-game senes against Geor gia coming up next weekend, they are in danger of missing the sixteam SEC Tournament Securing a spot in the tourtdment will be UPs prnmary goal the rest of the season, Arnoldsaid The Gators have four conference series to play, beginning next weekend with first-place Georgia, "That's a key thing right now," Arnold said "Unfortunately, we go to Georgia next weekend, and it's going to be areal monumental task trying to get two out of three from them If we could win a ballgame or two, I would be happy with that Frighteningly, the first game could have been worse than it actually was The Bulldogs had 63 plate appearances, but left a season-high 18 runners on base, and two innings ended on line-drive double plays Mike Juhl's opening-inning pitching woes continued he lefthanded junior (0-5), who had given up 10 first-ining runs in his four starts, allowed two more Saturday, but the damage did not end there. He could not retire any of the six batters he faced in the second inning, yielding four hits and watching his fielders commit the Gators' third and fourth enrrs of the game The Gators would hoot four more balls, surpassing their season high of seven against Central Florida Reliever Chris Law fared no better than Juhl, prompting Arnold to bring in Perry in the seventh inning The sophomore first baseman, who threw three no-hitters in high school, was able to pitch cure balls for strikes. He struck out four MSU batters, including the hot-hitting Tommy Raffo. 'That was probably the biggest strikeout of my life," Perry said "He is probably their best hitter." Although Perry gave uponly one earned run in three innings, Arnold nixed the idea of pitching him more often "If we get way behind in a ballgame where it's out of reach late in the game, we would," he said "Other than that, no." MSU pitcher Chris George (7-2) did not allow a hit until Bo IttAl, oWVV -LIuOUlU UF second baseman David Valdes epitomizes the Gators' weekend series against Mississippi State by bobbling what might have been a double play. Camposano's two-out single in the fifth, and by that time the Bulldogs had a 13-run lead. Given a rare chance to bat, George singled against Perry in the ninth inning. Left fielder John Cohen, who was 4-for-5 with a borne run and four RBI, said the Bulldogs cannot play any better than in the first game. 'That was the best ballgame we've played all year."he said. 'We were mentally ready to play. The day before, we didn't play badly, but we spent nine hours on a bus coming down here, and that affected us." In the second game, the Bulldogs appeared to be on their way to another route, but after scoring four runs in the third, they finally cooled down. A sore right shoulder forced UF starter John Burke (2-5) to leave the game in the third, and reliever Cord Corbittgaveup three singles and walked a batter before settling down. He stock out five consecutive batters at one point, but the UF offense could not hit MSU pitcher Bobby Reed (6-2), who finished with a five-hitter. After Eric Martinez' two-run homer in the fourth closed the gap to 5-2, Reed limited UF to two more hits Mike Moberg's doubleplay ground ball with runners on first and second in the fifth inning killed UFs last rally. Friday, UF probably did imagine how the series would finish. The Gators survived a game-tying, three-mn ninth inning MSU rally and held on to win Joe Russo doubled to nghtcenter field in the 10th, giving the Gatorsa 10-9 victory after trailing 7-3 in the seventh. Todd McCray (5-2) won the game in relief after blowing a save opportunity. Tennis teams combine to reach new level of perfection By QUERRY SMITH Nilgator Writer Southeastern Conference opponents have feared playing the UF women's tennis team for several years because the Lady Gators not only beat them -they crush them. The same could not be said of the men's team. however. But over the weekend, the men joined the women as the two teams combined to win 28 of 30 individual matches against four different SEC teams at the Varsity Courts. the women defeating Alabama, Auburn and Mississippi State and the men beating KenLucky. The third-ranked women's team surpassed its usual level of dominance on Sunday, losing a total of eight games in six matches and blanking three Mississippi State opponents. Holly Lloyd at No. 3 singles, No 5 Amy Alcini and No. 6 Cathy Goodrich administered the shutouts, and Goodrich's match lasted fewer than 45 minutes, The Bulldogs,who tied Mississippifor the honor of wing the fewest games in singles against UF (25-2), decided not to play the doubles matches. Holly Danforth played the "marathon" match,losing three of the first seven games to Sarah Mitten at No. 2 singles before winning eight of the next 10 for a 6-3, 6-2 tnurnph Her match had the most interesting point of the day -a "Can you top this sharp angler" rally at the net. Danforth and Mitten hit three cross-court touch shots apiece, each one landing closer to the sideline, before Mitten changed the pattern and Danforth volleyed a winner. UFs other winners were Andrea Farley at No. I singles and Jillian Alexander at No 4 singles. With the exception of Farley, every player had to move up a position because No. 2 Nicole Arendt was out with an illness. The star of the weekend, however, was Lloyd, who blanked two of her three opponents in singles and teamed with Jillian Alexander to win 6-0, 60 in doubles Finday. She was 23-10 playing primarily No. 5 singles as a freshman last year, but began the dual-match season in 1990 out of the lineup after a poor fall season. But Coach Andy Brandi inserted her into the lineup for the National Team Indoor tournament, and she has played superbly, going 1S2. "I think that with every match I play, I'm getting better and better," lloyd said. "I've gotten more confident each match I've played, so I feel much better about myself' when I go out on the court." The men's scores were not quite as impressive as Lloyd's. but the opposition was 13th-ranked Kentucky. The Gators, 16-6 overall and 4-3 in the SEC, won four singles matches in straight sets, and Bruce Haddad clinched the team victory with a 2-6.7-5, 6-3 conquest of 69th-ranked John Yancey Kentucky (13-10, 1-5) lost its fifth straight SEC match. David Blair, recovering from a back injury, lost at No 2 singles to Andy Potter and the doubles matches were canceled by; mutual agreement. fected us."

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Pukstys breaks American record Javelin thrower's performance highlights Gatorade 4-Way track meet By MATT FOGLESON Aillo 'r tr(r I ~ ~ ce o Ir ItIo t I'T! I' ,II 1 1 s 11 to sv u m I KI I itks[Ii I ( t h [hr 2f11it om .m K \mIrI 3( 11t 11 rll gt ri V 111 111 1 I l t 8 I ur s or l I orsi I vet Io 1h I-jmd to WVtv (,tlurudI linvuif,,ci rrT it It ll t sI ', I(.I\ ild Ihn Il-L t tII a( k ttolln i 111t., I .I 11 .m IT Int t v heard I ri( k l'uk ltis, wh[T, 'i,,kl It I pIto 1wt old ol I iid oe 7 Ith 1tF liurdles was good for FIrst plant. and al nvallom o Durham, Told Ketrn,,y she wis n1,i p~~leadm waitid beir ienmies SI. kno" va: lt I &a1,ahl I domig. Kearne sTad o Abl,,tr's disaippont t "Riight now sh lilooking lor tertali tmlWs lihe w.(omen wmonilyltAO jthiereviiils Wendv hra.'er's 16 3253 run II Th ,001) Meters, IInd I so Rhodes' -0 toel, 1/2 mnh leap 'il the long lump Kearney said [i1s irturmani was hindicapredby Iniiritt(osprimter Aita Howard and lavelin thrower itidv Ilerteg I he lid' (alors' ToL av hni ImpoLI ori. Mary Ararn. liritosld futh -than 55 fet sitrt of I-ST" K.ri Korth, who qualititid for lte V \Ats Kth I throw of 1712 $20,000 makes triathlon more enticing Is IrItlihIrlns beomfr ml anre (I mo"epopularvwth I.I slude-nislookmng To lislh hemls'lCves to [lir pllyial I Ini s Tn of th biggest t sis of n durance soon will be held unly a c ouple hours to the South More than $20,000ison thelnethis year for owners of the lampii Bay Triahlon, to be held April 29 in St Ptetershmig the recently expanded purse puts (he rate I TIT top five races in the country i it 'rmls of prize ioney Si0 ries are now heig accepted for [he rae, which is a qualifier for the national triathlon to be held in Las Vegas in October It is the largest qualifying race in the Southeast last year, almost 4501people participated An even stronger field is expected this year individual regstration fees are $50 until April 18, $55 thereafter. For more details, call race headquar terms at (813) 823-2727 SUZILL COOK -ALLIGATOR UF senior Tom Pukstys set an American collegiate record of 267 feet. 8 inches Saturday at the Gatorade Four-Way Invitational. 4t