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I Suspect in professor's death to use insanity plea I


By DUANE MARSTELLER committee that denied Hansen his doctorate who will hear the case, can appoint mental- other people can't hear."
Alligator Staff Writer degree. health experts to examine Hansen and to Bernstein wrote that Hansen's illness is
"In the opinion of Dr. George Barnard, at allow prosecutors time to review their case. consistent with the guidelines for insanity
Jens Peter Hansen the UF graduate stu- the time of the alleged Bernstein said he and under Florida's M'Naghten rule for insanity,
dent charged in connection with the September crime, as a re- Chief Assistant State which is based on an 1843 British House of
slaying of UF professor Arthur Kiyoshi sult of his mental dis- J Attorney John Carlin Lords decision.
Kimura, was insane at the time of the shoot- order, his ability to ens Peter Hansen, will ask Cates to ap- Under the rule- which was passed aftera
ing, his lawyer said Monday. reason accuratelywas 41 is charged with point three experts to man by the name of Daniel M'Naghten
lim-
According to court records filed last so severely examine Hansen. claimed insanity after an unsuccessful as-
week, attorney Stephen Bernstein wrote ited and faulty that, first-degree murder Bernstein said Bar sassination attempt on Queen Victoria -
that UF psychiatrist George Barnard found while he knew the na- nard found Hansen the defense must show proof that the defendant
ture and quality of his and has been held suffers from Delusional
that Hansen suffered from delusions and a didn't know right from wrong at the
acts,he was incapableof (Paranoid) time of the crime.
paranoia "of a grandiose and persecutory appreciating the without bail at the Al Disorder when the
type" on Sept. I, 1989 the day Kimura, "It's the old standard rule for determining
wrongfulness of his psychiatrist evaluated
41 died from to the head. achua County jail "
a gunshot acts," Bernstein him at Shands in sanity, UF law professor Jim Pierce said."
Hansen, also 41, is charged with first-de wrote in his notifica- since Sept. 1 1989. January."It "It's essentially the rightversus wrong test.
gree murder and has been held without bail tion to rely on an In- Bernstein said the trial probably will be
at the Alachua County jail since his arrest sanity defense. means he suffers delayed while Hansen undergoes more psychiatric
the day of the shooting. Police say Hansen from delusions," tests. Hansen's trial was originally
shot Kimura, a professor of pathology at The written notification is required by Bernstein said Monday."He sees things that scheduled to begin in March,but it has been
Shands Hospital, because he headed the Florida law so Circuit Judge Robert Cates, other people can't see, hears things that delayed twice.


'Nasty' lyrics may get

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no state law directly prohibits -
By MIKE BRUSCELL
d the album's sale, Putnam, Sarasota,
Staff Writer
Alligator DeSoto and Manatee counties declaredthe
How nasty does 2 Live Crew wanna album obscene and banned it.
be? Broward County Sheriff Nick Navarro is
State Attorney Len Register wants to working to ban sales of the album in his
know, because if the Miami-based rap county.In .
group performs songs he considers ob- Sarasota County,a 19-year-old store
scene Wednesday night at Central City, clerk was arrested for selling a "Nasty"
he'll have the group arrested. tape to a minor, but prosecutors droppedthe
After reading lyrics from the group's"As case.
Nasty As They Wanna Be" album, Hermes Ortiz, a manager at Central
Register was quoted in USA Today Mon- City, would not comment about the con
cert. The Crew played at Central City
day as calling the songs "the most filthy
thing I've ever encountered." Registerdid last October.
not return phone calls Monday. Several Gainesville album stores won't
Although Register said he would have sell"Nasty,"even though Register hasn't
group members arrested if they per taken any action against them. Store
formed obscene lyrics,Gainesville police managers said carrying the album
spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said wouldn't be worth the trouble, despitethe
> Monday she has not received instruc- group having two singles on Bill-
tions from the State Attorney's office to board magazine's latest top-30 rap music I
closely monitor the concert chart \
The surrounding the
"We don't plan to do anything differ- controversy I
group makes the album a hot seller at
ently than we normally do for Central I
City," Darnell said. "We're not going to see Rap, page 11
be there to monitor the obscenity."

The Crew attracted major media atten- correctionThe
aA +y, tion earlier this year when Gov. Bob
Martinez tried banning the album from shooting in which Dawn l Rowe was
Florida record stores because he said it charged with attempted murder oc.
was obscene and he didn't want minors curred Oct. 27. The Alligator reported
Y buying it. otherwise on this page Monday.


EARTH DAY

Y 1 ''tlrT A'tR 11:30: a.m.: Several local groups "Direct Action for the Earth" in McC-
will gather at the McDonald's on arty Auditorium.
Northwest 13th Street to present the 2:30 today through Thursday:
fast-food restaurant with Styrofoam Donate to Global ReLeaf, a national
during a "We're McFed-Up With Styreforestation campaign, and receive a
E. ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR rofoam!" demonstration. one-hour therapeutic massage session -
Earth tones 5 p.m.: The Animal Liberation available at the Florida School
Dr. Clay Montague, co-chairman of Earth Day 1990, looks on as UF President Front and Earth First! will present of Massage, 5408 SW 13th St
John Lombardi! speaks about the environment to kick off Earth Day Monday

morning at Tigert Hall. I TODAY


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17-year-old raped in bathroomA ment building in southwest Gainesville, was raped in an
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upstairs bathroom, ASO spokesman Lt. Spencer Mann _,_ / AI. A J IAW\" A I
told Alachua Sheriffs
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The woman who was attending a party at an apart on crime. 1124 W
-MIKE BRUSCELL
We're new in town and want to meet U. Faculty and students,

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WHAT'S HAPPENINGFRESH any WEDNESDAY (offer ends June 1, 1990

(/limit,af 25 topes "per day)
: Friends through Racial 3726144. Sharp and E.L Tolbert Friday nightat
Experiences Sharing in Humanitywill China: The Chinese Club will 7 in the Arredondo Room of the
have an informal meeting meet tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Reitz Union. Call Carlos Hernandez,
tonight at 6:45: in the Orange & Room 355. Call Tim, 3775093. 392-0731 or Jeff Nunn, 3721747.
Brew. Call Chaylce Pride or Carrie USSR: Students going to the Counseling:The Beta Chapter of
Welsh, 3776733. Soviet Union this summer will meet Chi Sigma Iota, an honor society for
SWEET 16
Karate:The Ninkido Karate Club tonight at 7:30: in Turlington Hall counseling professionals,will have a
will meet this afternoon at 4 in the Room 1101. Four positions are still workshop this Saturday morning on
O'Connell Center Karate Studio. available. Call Eva Eichhorn, 392- Developmental Counseling Theory ANNIVERSARYSALE
Call 336-0912. 2101. beginning at 9. Call Micki Miller,
Tenant rights:The city of Gaines- Fine Arts: The Fine Arts College 392-0731. ,
ville will have a Fair Housing- Council will meet Wednesday morn- Cure leukemia: Hairstylists in
Landlord/Tenant Community ing at 8:30: in the College of Fine Arts the Regis and Mastercuts Salons will AND I II THE
Workshop tonight at 7 in the Gaines- Conference Room Building A. Call sell haircare savings books for donations
ville Police Department's multipurpose Carl,395-9795. towards their goal to "Clip a SAVINGSCOULDN'T
room. Call Bernadette Woody AIIA: The Art History Associa- Cure" for Leukemia until Saturday.Call .
374-2108. tion will meet today in Fine Arts 331-1114. I 1 BESWEETER
Skis: The Gator Waterski Club Building Room 201. Anyone inter- Young actors: The City of
will nominate and elect new officers ested in art is welcome. Call 336- Gainesville is looking for local
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tonight at 8 in Reitz Union Room 8818. talent, children aged 2.4 and 6-8, to Sale April 14fh-22nd
B-60. Call Mike, 3732176. Awards: The College of Uberal use in two Fair Housing Public Ser
Elections: The Society of Arts and Sciences has extended the vice Announcements. Auditions for
Women Engineers will elect new officers deadline for Student Hall of Fame 2.4 year olds will be Saturday April
tonight at 7 in Weil Hall Room and Teacher of the Year until Friday. 28 from 11-1 atthe Gainesville Police ALL 1989 BIKES REDUCED FROM
501. Call 3731955. Call 375-2947. Department. Auditions for 6-8 year
Books: Phi Alpha Theta History Reception: Friends and col- olds will be Saturday, May 5 from
Honorary will have a book sale todayin leagues are invited to a retirement 11-1 at the same place. Call Ber- $5000 $20000!
front Turlington Hall. Call Paul reception for Harold Riker, Burt nadette Woody, 374-2108.

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Administrators release results I




of condom sales on campusBy 'I


--
RONALD DUPONT JR. Task force Chairman Richard Gutekunst, College
Alligator Writer of Health-Related Professions dean, echoed
similar comments."It .
More than 400 condoms have been sold from would be interesting to see what happens
machines in UF bathrooms, with more condoms when we have high school visitations," Gutekunst
being sold in the Reitz Union bathrooms than any

other area, a UF official said Monday. said.Task force members said past studies showed

About 25 machines were installed on campus in that condoms sales at local stores went up when

xX March, and during the following week Spring massive groups of people, such as alumni or visitors
:w ..Jt ri. Break-36 condoms were sold. A week later, 252 for sporting events: came to town.

condoms were sold, Administrative Affairs Associate The bread-box-size machines, placed in men'sand
Vice President Ed Poppell said at a UF Task women's bathrooms, dispense Prime lubricated
Force on AIDS and HIV Infection meeting. condoms for 50 cents each that come with

x And from March 28 to April 3,122 condoms were how-to directions in Spanish and English.

k r sold, with 41 dispensed In dormitories, 30 dis- Graduate student Steven Womeldurf a task
pensed from health center machines and 51 dis- force member, said he was not surprised by the
pensed from the Reitz Union."It sales figures and credited the numbers to the

m V w would appear the Reitz Union would be the "heightened awareness"created by the task force."I .
winner because of the traffic in there,"Poppell said."I would like to think it was because of all the
suspect we're going to see the sales at the Reitz condom posters that were put up," he said, refer
Union go like a roller coaster, depending on the ring to when he and others hung about 6,000
visitations." posters on AIDS and condom usage March 28.



Ralph Nader to speak at UF ,I IBy


Consumer advocate to discuss environmental issues


LISE FISHER But Brilliant said Nader, who helped establishthe
Alligator Writer Environmental Protection Agency and create
the Safe Drinking Water Act, also will discuss
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader will "give a consumer rights, community action and Congress.

little bit of everything"during a speech Wednesday "We've asked him to give us a little bit of
8 in the Florida Accent Chairman
night at Gym, "
everything, Brilliant said.
Rich Brilliant said.
Last year, Nader spoke against Congress' 51
Brilliant said Nader will talk about more than
percent raise.
pay
the environment and conservation during the 45-
minute speech. "Talented people do not refuse to serve becauseof
lousy pay; they refuse to serve because of lousy
The advocate environmental
56-year-old consumer "
government, he said.
activist, attorney and author will speak as
part of UFs Earth Day 1990 celebration. The A crusader for the common man for more than
speech is sponsored by Student Government's 20 years, Nader became the founder of the con-
Environmental Affairs Cabinet, the Environmental sumer rights movement in America when he attacked
Action Group and Accent, SG's speakers bureau. the Detroit automobile industry during the
1960s with his book, Unsafe at Any Speed: The
April 22,1990,marks the 20th anniversary of the
original Earth Day when people across the country Designed-in Dangers of the American Automobile.

reacted to the 1960s environmental crises. Nader's most recent work, The Big Boys: Power

Since the beginning of the semester, groups and Position in American Business, explored the
, such as EAG have sponsored activities in an effortto beliefs and business practices of the leaders of nine
11 of America's largest companies.
raise environmental awareness and rejuvenatethe
E. ANN STODDARD-ALLIGAIOR environmental movement on campus.In Nader's $5,000 honorarium and the approximately
Time for tuna a 1988 interview, Nader said the future of the $500 in production costs will be paid for by

"Still" Bill Toreki, a 29-year-old post doctorate student in environment lies in education. the three groups sponsoring the show, Brilliant
said. The speech, which he said would
probably
material science, gives out free cans of tuna fish to protestthe "Developing a sustainable, efficient global econ
draw more than 2,000 people, is free and open to
tuna boycott on campus. Toreki said people should not omy is going to require a geometrically higher level the public.
boycott American tuna boats and support Japanese fisheries. of urgency in the next 20 years, than in the past
Brilliant said Nader's speech was a great for
20 Nader said. "Ecologists and sustainable- way
years
Last Friday H.J. Heinz Co., Van Camp Seafood Co. and
economics types have forsaken the younger gen- Accent to end the semester, especially in conjunction
Bumble Bee Seafood Inc. said they would stop buying tuna eration. A whole new learning has to pervade our with Earth Day 1990.

that was caught in nets that also trap and kill dolphins. culture. Our youth are learning for a world that "There isn't five minutes that go by on CNN that
Anna I'f .yl..t" you're not watching something about it" he said
-- -


I SG officials urge more blacks to become i involved I


CENZIPER (blacks) because they don't have the same students to get involved in SG. Weston and cabinet.
By DEBBIE opportunities whites do," she said. "Every- Meyer co-wrote a letter to newlyelectedBlack 'Women and minorities have to start taking
Alligator Writer body needs a mentor." Student Union President Angela Eu- advantage of those opportunities," Wes-

Low participation and representation of But black students may have a mentor in banks, asking for her help to encourage ton said. "If the door is open, you've got to
blacks in Student Government have Student Services and Financial Aid Executive black students. rush in."

prompted some SG authorities to take ac Director Marna Weston, one of the few The letter states that Browne's adminis- Eubanks could not be reached for com-
tion. But a former Student Body Presidentsaid blacks in SG.Weston tration is highly flexible and new positions ment, but Weston said Tuesday she was

many blacks won't get involved unless who was appointed by Student such as executive directorships,can be cre- receptive to his ideas.
they find a mentor. President Michael Browne said he ated.
Body Bingham said that generally,blacks don't
SG is dominated by fraternity and sorority can serve as a role model and try to motivate Meyer sent a letter to 350 student orga- want to get involved in Student Senate be-
members, said former Black Student Union blacks and women to a take initiative."I nizations about two months ago urging cause they don't want to be told how to vote
and former Student Body Presi-
president dent Pam Bingham. White Greeks are have to see it as my responsibility as blacks to apply for open Senate seats but by party leaders. Blacks would rather get

groomed for SG involvement early, while an Afro-American student to be in the main- none applied. involved in cabinet directorships, she said,
black students are not, she said. Blacksare stream,but at the same time, make sure the Browne's executive directorships and as- where there is not as much dictatorship.

pot involved now in SG because they door is kept open for the next minority," sistant directorships are other opportunities "Black students,I think,are not into party

have no black role models or mentors, Weston said. Weston said. J3rowne has already voting or block voting so they'll go into
Bingham said. Weston'and Senate President Andrew appointed seven black assistant directorsand
see Weston, 13j
page
"In subtle ways, people can exclude Meyer have combined efforts to urge black one black director to his executive



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CAREER DEVELOPMENT

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trial proceedings beginNEW STARRING:

YORK (UPI) -The alleged ringleader in the city."
slaying of a black teenager in Brooklyn's Bensonhurst Murphy said Feliciano and her mother were smok- Cl 'QQ IQij01'3STUDENTS
section "boasted he was going to blow the head off' ing marijuana the night of the killing and could not
of any black who dared to attend a party in the be expected to provide accurate testimony. HELPING STUDENTS
neighborhood the night of the killing, a prosecutorsaid Mondello and Joseph Fama, 19, the alleged triggerman and
Monday. in the case, were ordered to be tried together Anyone searching for a career or major
Keith Mondello, 19, warned a local white girl "notto but before separate juries because Mondello allegedly TONIGHT!
bring any blacks to the neighborhood or he would has implicated Fama as the gunman. 337 Reitz Union
shoot them," Deputy District Attorney James Kohler They are the first of eight young men to be tried in
said in opening statements at the trial in state Supreme the case. 7:30: pmA
Court in Brooklyn. The proceedings were adjourned shortly after noon Student Government and UF Counseling Center Production
Mondello is charged with second-degree murder in when the videotape player which was to be used to
the Aug. 23, 1989 killing of Yusuf Hawkins, 16, in the view the prosecution's first piece of evidence, a O O O O Q O O
predominantly white neighborhood. The slaying in- videotaped interview with Mondello, broke down.
flamed racial tensions citywide and sparked a seriesof Justice Thaddeus Owens earlier in the morning
protests, some of them violent. postponed opening statements in the Fama case until
The black teenager was slain during an attack by a Tuesday morning because Fama's attorney, James Are You Interestedin
gang of about 30 whites, some wielding baseball bats, DePetris, said he was ill.
who had waited outside the home of Gina Feliciano.The The Fama jury was not present for the opening Teaching as a Career?
young woman had told Mondello, a former statements in the Mondello case.
boyfriend, that she was inviting blacks and Hispanicsto Jury selection for Fama and Mondello ended
her 18th birthday party. Thursday after two weeks of screening about 300
Kolher told the jury that Feliciano would testify potential panelists, many of whom were excused after
that Mondello"boasted he was going'blow the head they told.the judge news reports led them to believe
off those nigger bastards'' who came to the party. Fama was guilty. 44
But in his opening statements, Mondello's attorney, Both juries have the same ethnic composition.They
Stephen Murphy, called Feliciano and her mother each include seven whites, three blacks and two
"contemptible liars" who had "polarized the whole Hispanics with white and blue-collar jobs.

If so,you won't want to miss the presentation
. Letter indicates split in Medellin cartelBOGOTA I "WE'RE LOOKING FORA

FEW GOOD WOMEN MEN."
Colombia (UPI) -Associates of Medellin "We have known that the drug traffickers have an
drug kingpin Pablo Escobar issued a statement internal problem, because undoubtedly there is a The place to be is the
Monday condemning their leader for last week's deadly group that is not in agreement with this wave of J.WAYNE REITZ UNION AUDITORIUM
bomb attack, indicating a split in the powerful drug indiscriminate violence," Botero told reporters."I'm Wednesday APRIL 18,2 p.m.
cartel. not so sure he (Escobar) is alone,"Botero said.
The communique, sent to Bogota newspapers and The drug lords also blamed Escobar for the kidnap-. The program will include presentations by guest
signed by the cartel hit squad known as the Ex- ping of a Liberal Party senator two weeks ago and the teachers and administrators
traditables, claimed Escobar did not consult his drug planting in Bogota of a 1,500-pound() truck bomb,which
trafficking allies before the bombing.On was defused by police. Sponsored by the Career Resource CenterNADER
Wednesday, cartel operatives blasted a police "The Extraditables asked Pablo Escobar to stop the
convoy south of Medellin with a car packed with 400 bombings and the execution of innocent people, since
pounds of dynamite, killing 22 people and wounding these acts are not in accord with our purpose," the
almost 85. communique read.
The communique indicates a split in the Medellin The communique also attacked Escobar for forcinghis
cartel, jointly run by Escobar and the three Ochoa allies to pay for "his personal war."
brothers, Jorge Luis, Fabio, and Juan David, with The Extnulilables publicly reject before the peopleof
Escobar as chief.Authorities Colombia the conduct of Pablo Escobar,"the docu-
have not verified the authenticity of the ment said.
statement,which is the latest of many cartel communi Police said recently Escobar had undergone plastic
ques. Many of the others had Escobar's signature and surgery and was planning to leave the country with a
his fingerprint. phony passport. A television news program showed
Police said last week Escobar's violent binges, what it said were photos of Escobar sporting a beard
including a deadly purge among his bodyguards and and vacationing somewhere in Antioquia state. April 18,1990 Co-sponsored by
lesser associates, had alienated his fellow kingpins."We Police officials in the past have said Escobar, one 8 pm Florida Gym The Environmental
the Extraditables, are not in agreement with of the richest men in the world, was the head of the Free &Open to !the $ Action Group and
the terrorist acts that Pablo Escobar is ordering indis- Medellin cartel, which reportedly supplies 80 percentof Public Accent
criminantly and in his own name," read the communique the cocaine consumed in the United States.
sent to the media Sunday night. Recent reports, however indicate the rival Cali LPH NADER FOR EARTH DAY 1990
Defense Minister Oscar Botero said he was aware Cartel has increased its share of the U.S. drug market
of division within the Medellin cartel, but saw little since the government launched an offensive on the
evidence Escobar was acting alone. Medellin syndicate last August. k


I Bush continues to monitor LithuaniaWASHINGTON I

(UPI) President Bush main terization as long as "the situation is still playing itself
tained a watch-and-wait approach to the standoff over out.
Lithuanian independence Monday, still unsure of But in the absence of a sudden turn for the worse
Soviet intentions in a crisis that is casting a shadowon in the confrontation, Fitzwater said the administrationwould M
the next superpower summit. limit its public comments and not "engage inhypotheticals"
Bush withheld public comment on the tense situation about what might happen.At 0 A
after a weekend that saw Soviet President Mikhail the State Department, spokeswoman Margaret
Gorbachev's deadline for concessions from Tutwiler was asked about Gorbachev's latest pressureon
Lithuania's independence-minded leaders pass Lithuania and said, "We would welcome it if the
without serious incident. Soviets took no action on the sanctions" threatened
"Continue to monitor the process" was the phrase Friday.
used over and over again to sum up the public policyof Congressional leaders and administration officials
the administration. Behind the scenes,officials heldin singled out a U.S.-Soviet trade pact as part of the price
reserve a limited set of responses to any escalationof Gorbachev might have to pay for further moves
the conflict. against Lithuania.
After describing Gorbachev's threat Friday to The agreement, which would clear the way for the
punish Lithuania with an economic blockade as"deeply lowest-possible tariffs on Soviet exports to the United FUNDED BY STUDENT d.
disturbing," Whte House press secretary Marlin States, has been targeted for completion by next GOVERNMENT University of Florida Comittoe 1990
Fitzwater said Bush would stand by that charac- month's superpower summit. EARTH DAY Planning



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wants the new dean to start July 1.
By CHRISTY HARRIS
Udell said the committee is for
Your basic, Alligator Staff Writer looking some-
senate seatsBy one who can establish a relationship betweenthe
quasi-fashion, Two of the five finalists seeking UFs Collegeof college and the new Harn Museum and
Fine Arts dean position interviewed for the performing arts center,both of which are under
funky, fun, ANTHONY LEDERMAN job earlier this month, and the search committee construction on campus.'Ibere's .
plans to give a shortened list to the provostby
Writer that the
Alligator some concern ( museum
crazy, zany, .
midMay.The and center) are operating without connectionto
natural fibersportswear After Student Government's Board of Mas- five men were chosen from among 69 the university," Udell said. "We want to tie
ters ruled last week that Student Senate'sReplacement
applicants in the search that began last Novem-
them in and make use of them in an educationalway.
and Agenda Committee must ber. Although one woman was chosen as a ."
re-vote on a nomination for a vacant senate finalist, Margaret Merrion from Ball State Uni-
and assorted seat the committee has decided to Udell also said the new dean should be
recom- versity in Indiana declined to continue in the
mend both nominees instead of one. search process when she became fine arts dean available to students.
goodies store The Board, SG's version of the Supreme there. "It's increasingly difficult the higher up the
for andwomen Court,ruled that R&A had acted illegally whenit The finalists are Richard Domek, College of administrative ladder you go to maintain close
men contact,"he said."But it's to The
changed its nomination from Gloria Markusto Fine Arts dean at the University of Kentucky; important try.
Camilo Munoz hours before senators were John Goodheart,Indiana University's School of chance for dialogue is very important"Search
to approve the replacement of former Sen. Fine Arts director;John Laughton, Division of Committee member Robert Thompson -
1025 W. University Charlie Grapski's seat. Grapski was found Arts and Letters head at St. Mary's College in ,a theater graduate student,agreed the new
336-7025 ineligible to continue in the Senate becauseof Maryland; Donald McGlothlin, School of Fine dean must be accessible to students.
grade problems. Arts director at the University of Missouri-Co- "The things I'm looking for are a definite
Grapski filed an appeal to the Board after lumbia; and Frank Tirro, Yale University's interest in student opinion as to how the College
senators approved the Munoz nomination. He School of Music dean. of Fine Arts should be run," Thompsonsaid.
said, and the Board ruled,that the committee For McGlothlin, who already interviewed, ."I'm also interested in their philosophy of
violated the Florida Government in the Sun- the job would mean coming home.He was UFs teaching, because we can talk about money
shine Law, which requires 24-hour notice of music department chairman from 1972 to 1976. until we die, but if we don't have a strong
public meetings.The Search Committee Chairman Budd Udell academic program, we get nowhere."
Board vacated the illegally filled seat said the group will forward two to four namesto Founding College of Fine Arts Dean Joseph
and the committee was given the option of the provost and President John Lombardi!, Sabatella will resign from his administrative
Snap Crack Pop see Senate, page 11 who will pick the new dean from the group's duties at the end of June and resume teachingin
recommendations. The search committee the art department.
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In a truly bombastic manner, the 20th anniversary of

Earth Day is approaching. Flags are flying, concert noisesare
filling the air, people are plastering posters and depart- f ONb

ment stores are selling shirts commemorating the event.It .

is absolutely impossible to avoid its presence. Like

Elvis, Earth Day is everywhere.But .

unlike nostalgic events such as the 20th aniverseryof

Woodstock, Earth Day is much more. There's a critical
point behind all the hoopla.

The promoters of Earth Day events aren't doing it be- 0

cause environmental issues are chic. Granted, protectingthe

Earth is a popular issue, but these people are spread-

ing the word that our planet is dying because most peo-

ple just don't give a damn. Earth Day is a chance to

educate the large, environmentally-ignorant portion of our

country. It's a chance to teach people how to change the

way they live.

As the caretakers of the Earth, young adults must Penny pranks lead to punishment
change their actions if they intend to survive. It's not
enough to avoid in while. It won't do -
styrofoam once a
Most students
people, especially living on campus,
much good if they intend to recycle newspaper and alumi- have heard of penny-locking or being pennied-in. It -Elana Gussow

num cans, yet throw them in the trash with everythingelse. is one of many practical jokes that are played on dorm S
residents.The following true story shows an overviewof PEAKING OUTwas
how one student's life was turned upside-down bya
Becoming environmentally conscious doesn't mean you few pennies.Last pennied-in even signed the petition because she
must buy the T-shirts or own the latest best-seller on con- thought the punishment was too extreme, and she
December, a female dorm resident was
servation. In order to make an impact, you simply can listen nied-in late one night. She realized it that morning pen-, had never meant for the situation to get so carried

to information people such as Earth Day organizers and the resident assistant removed the pennies and away.
provide for free and react. Without implementing what opened her door. Because the resident viewed this Referring to the petition signatures, the defendantsaid
you have the opportunity to learn, the intentions become practical joke as a personal attack, she had the situa- Irene Stevens stated that a murderer or a rapist
tion officially documented by housing personnel and could have circulated such a petition just as well He
hypocritical. an investigation ensued. said she didn't want to hear how unfair his Conduct
Environmentalists are faced with the serious challenge Board hearing was, and she decided he could live on
Within two days of the incident, the guilty party
of trying to inform an apathetic society. People generally campus but not in the same area
confessed. A month later, he was brought in front of
believe that they alone cannot make an impact on their the Residence Hall Student Conduct Board.The Board Now just minute,how does an athlete like Dwayne
world. That is nonsense.In broke their own rules by having witnesses testify at Schintzius get off with a written reprimand for committing -
the hearing after the defendant had already pleaded a misdemeanor, and one practical joke gets
fact individuals make contribution
can a every day guilty to all charges.The someone thrown out of a dorm they have lived in for
by changing the way they do simple things like brushing defendant several years?
not written verbal
was given or
their teeth or shopping.A notice of his rights until he arrived at the hearing. According to the Student (Code of Conduct, this
running faucet of water expends three to five gallons The Conduct Board had the minimum number of practical joke is considered disorderly conduct.

of water down the drain every minute it's or., says the people presiding three one of whom works in The defendant's next step was an appeal to Dean
best-selling book, 50 Simple Things You Cat:: Do to Save' the area office where the defendant lives. Unfortu- Scott. He decided to support Irene Stevens' decision.As .
the Earth. By just wetting and rinsing your toothbrush, nately, details of this incident were common knowl- a result of the futile attempt to achieve justice,
edge in the area office, so an unbiased judgment was the defendant withdrew from UF, moved back home
you use just one-half gallon of water, saving up to nine gal- impossible.
and made different
arrangements to transfer to a
lons each time brush.
you Despite these judicial errors, the Conduct Board schoolIf
And if every American shopper took one less bag dur- decided to have the offender removed from housing.An the UF administration was trying! to teach our
ing their purchases each month, millions of bags each appeal was made to Irene Stevens, based on dorm a lesson, we have only learned that telling the
year would not be wasted, the book states. Don't ask fora the Conduct Board's harsh punishment. truth only gets us in more trouble, and that the UF

bag when buying a six-pack or a notebook at the Hub, Flabbergasted by the severe punishment, 80 per- Conduct Board and appeal processes are unfair anda
it's cent of the defendants fellow-residents signed a peti- waste of time.
unneccesary. In exchange for an ounce of extra atten-
tion stating that they did not want to lose such a Elana Gussow is Liberal
a senior in the College of
tion, the lower demand for new bags prevents the need to well-liked and involved resident. The resident who Arts and Sciences.in .
cut down more trees.
See. Just two simple actions can make a difference. i LETTERS, TO THE EDITOR I

Imagine what would happen if more was done. Victim is satisfied the United States of America, into a place where alcohol is
Those preaching the Earth gospel sound like
Day may everyone accused of a crime is served.
bible-thumping preachers, but they have to. Society has ig- with plea bargainEditor innocent until proven guilty. In Debbie's friend felt her agony
nored earlier warnings about the environment and now court, the prosecution must prove and pain was all for nothing, but I
the only way to save the Earth and the human race : In the April 13 column on beyond a reasonable doubt that the am so grateful to her for coming
is to scream with their loudest voice. rape, Debbie Cenziper revealedher mit person a crime.in question did indeed com- forward and showing me that we
anger toward our justice Sys women really can come together,
tem. She discussed the case of Faigan had a fancy, well-paid stand up for ourselves, convict a
alligatorLucy Robert Faigan,who received a suf- attorney who possibly could have criminal and send him to prison.
ficient sentence through a plea bar- found a loophole in the state's caseif
Chabot gain that saved the other victim this had gone to court. He could Through Christian love, I have
Managing Editor Opinions Editor have walked forgiven Robert Eric Faigan. I be-
and Debbie's friend a lot of unnec- away free. I didn't let
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton essary heartache.It that happen. lieve that he is mentally ill and is
this
for
treatment
receiving
proper
Letter Policy is obvious Ms. Cenziper does Robert Faigan will serve nine illness as well as his alcoholism.I .
latter to the editor should not exceed 200 words(about one B-by-10 page). They should be not know all the facts.I do.I agreedto months in prison and three months
typed double-apaced and signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone that plea bargain. I was raped.It in rigorous boot camp with a probation I still believe in our justice sys-
number. Name will ba withheld If the writer shows Just causa If you have any questions call period of four to five tem.
the editorial editor at 376-4458 years
!page
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I U.S. aid to Israel protest smaller than anticipated I I IBy


BRIAN STENBERG a graduate student who gave away fliers Some people who entered the post office One passer-by said the group was causinga
Alligator Writer from the Palestinian Human Rights Camglanced at the table and posters the protest- commotion inside the post office.
paign and Act on Con- ers set up near the But Jim Crutchfield, a postal worker who
Fewer supporters than expected turned science for israelI Pal- ______________ steps. stood in the lobby, said he didn't notice
out Monday for a protest and candlelightvigil estine, think anything unusual.
basically peopleare
planned to coincide with the deadlinefor the event. A few stopped to
"I 1 think basically people are more con
filing taxes, but of the "It's slow concernedwith sign a petition pressuring
some protesterssaid a more cerned with their taxes," said Jeff Coupe, a
they managed to educate some passersby of educating legislators to end
graduate student who joined the protestersto
about their cause. she said. protest"I their taxes. support for Israel, and discuss the issues.
carry a poster
About six protesters said they hoped to which protest organizers
Jeff Coupe said those who stopped were receptive
convince tax filers attempting to beat the A stream said shouldn't re- Coupe
deadline student ceive $3.5 billion from to the group's views.
midnight at Gainesville's main post flowed past the graduate
the United States: h_*. There are still people who equate the
office that their tax dollars are being spentto as drivers dropped tax v
fund atrocities In the Middle East returns into a bin cause the money situation that if you're for Palestinian rights
"If one-tenth of the people I hand this to across the street. Two postal workers funds human rights violations against Pales- then you're against Israel,"Coupe said."But
read it, it was worth it," said Rose Hassoun, watched the procession. tinian Arabs. we haven't heard much of that today."

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rr. Gator Growl Ticket THIS l
Ordering NEXT WEEK
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U NIVtH Policy Changes For UF Students


University of Florida students will no longer have to wait in line to purchase t their
Gator Growl tickets. Instead, they will be able to order them through the mail, justas TODAY
they have done in the past with football season tickets.
Gator Growl student ticket orders will be mailed to students this week, along with ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "The Energeticsof
their football cards. The cost of each ticket is $6, which includes a $1 increase in priceto Competition in Hummingbirds: Exper-
fees. imental Tests of Two Foraging "
cover handling Strategies,
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services. 355
Tigert Hall, and paid tor at usual advertising rates to com "In the past' Gator Growl Ticket Director Elizabeth McArthur said, "all of the Gator by UF zoology graduate student Harry
mumcate official notices and important information to Growl student tickets were sold over a two-day period, which created a lot of pressured Tiebout, 3:45: p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
students (acuity and staff Call 392 0186 tor information competition among students to get tickets. With this new policy, students can order INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LEC-
their tickets through the mail and then they will have two weeks, from September 17 TURE, "Decision Support System for
through 28, to pick up their ticket coupons." Regional Water Supply Planning," by UF
incoming freshmen will receive their ticket orders during the summer. Summer environmental engineering professor and
Annual Energy Run graduates will be treated as other university alumni and will be able to purchase their Florida Water Resources Research Center
tickets through the University Box Office. director James Heaney 4:05: p.m., 320 Weil
Students may order only one Gator Growl ticket each. Married students may buy Hall.UF
To Be held On UF
one extra ticket for their spouses. Each order for a spouse's ticket must include a WOMEN'S FACULTY ASSOCIA-
photocopy of the spouse card. TION End-of-Semester Social, 5 to 7 p.m.,
Campus Saturday Ticket orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, and extra tickets will 111 S.W. 23rd Terrace.
be sold as guest coupons October 8 and 9. Like season football passes Growl coupons STUDENT VOICE RECITAL by UF mu-
Runners can register now to participatein will not be mailed to students. To pick up coupons, students present their fee card anda sic department students I Karenna Hellet
the fifth annual Energy Awareness 5K at Gate 13 of the stadium from September 17 through 28. soprano, and Carl Ashley, baritone, 8:15:
Run, to be sponsored by the UF Physical Coupons can be exchanged for tickets the first week in October; and students may p.m. 120 Music Building.
Plant Division's Energy Conservation Of- redeem up to 14 coupons at one time. Groups of 15 or more students who want to sit WEDNESDAY
fice at 8:15: a.m. Saturday.The together must apply for bloc seating. Details on bloc seating will be provided.
3.1-mile run will begin at the Physical Handicapped students do not need to order their tickets through the mail and can CENTER FOR WETLANDS LECTURE,
Plant parking lot on Radio Road and instead buy special passes at the Reitz Union's University Box Office on September 26 "Environmental Chemical" Cycles and
will follow a course around Lake Alice. and 27."We Chemical Education, by UF visiting
Runners can enter individually or as teamsof all firmly believe that this new policy is a good idea," said Growl Producer Brian associate professor of chemistry John
five. All entrants will receive a T-shirt, Guenther. "Not only will it eliminate the long ticket lines, but it will allow more UF Tyvoll, Salisbury State University,
and trophies and medallions will be a- students to be able to see the show" Salisbury, Maryland, 11:45: a.m., Room 3,
warded to winners in various age Phelps Laboratory. .
Advance registration forms are available Student Applications Due This Friday NUCLEAR SPACE POWER SEMINAR,
at local athletic stores and health clubs or "Advanced Multimegawatt Space Power
can be obtained by calling the Energy For Summer 1990 Concepts,"by UF graduate assistants Hai-
Conservation Office, 392-5550. Advance Study-Abroad ProgramsThe quan Dai and Ratan Kumar; 3 p.m., Nuclear -

registration, through April 20, costs $4. Center for International Student&: Faculty Exchanges has space available for stu- Field Building.MATERIALS .
Runners can also register for $5 from 7 to dent participation in study-abroad programs in countries such as Germany, Englandand SCIENCE LECTURE,
8 a.m. in the parking? lot the day of the the Soviet Union. Deadline to apply is April 20. "Critical Issues in Manufacturing Gallium
race. For more information, call the Ener- Students can earn credits toward graduation through these programs, and the pro- Arsenide for Integrated Circuits,"by Robert
gy Conservation Office. grams fulfill UF's summer residency requirement. Financial aid can be applied toward Linares, president, Linares Management
the programs.The Associates, Sherbom, Massachusetts, 3
Women Students program in the Soviet Union will include excursions in Leningrad and Kiev, and p.m., 349 Reitz Union.MANUFACTURING.
May students will study under professors from Moscow State University and Friendship SYSTEMS SEMI-
University. While earning three hours of Russian language credit and three hours of NAR, "Analysis of Robotic Manipulators
Now For West
Apply Russian culture credit, the students will have the opportunity to see the Soviet Union. through Symbolic Computation,' by UF
Seven student slots are open in the Soviet Union program, which runs from June electrical engineering graduate student
Memorial ScholarshipWomen 28 to August 11. Total cost is about $3,000, including air fare, rail and boat transportation Mark Kilby 4:05: p.m., 320 Weil Hall.

students can apply now for the in the Soviet Union, classes, hotels, rooms at Moscow University or Friendship BOTANY SEMINAR, "Apostasiads,
Josephine A. West Memorial Service Schol- University, visa processing and some food expenses. Systematic Anatomy and the Origins of
arship, awarded each fall by the Office for Spaces available in other locations are: Cambridge, England, 4; Germany, 15; Greece, Orchidaceae," by UF botany professor
Student Affairs. The scholarship is for a 15; Hungary, 11; Innsbruck, Austria, 10; Italy (architecture only), 5; London, 15; The William Stem, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
student who has provided outstanding ser- Netherlands, 16; Paris, 10; Poland, 15; Rio De Janeiro, 16; Spain, 15 and Yucatan, Mex- WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLOQUIUM,
vice to UF and its students. ico, 4 (summer A) and 5 (summer B). "Gender, Writing Theory, and Classroom
The $400 award was established in Applications for the programs are available at the Center for Student &: Faculty Exchanges Management," by UF assistant instructorin
memory of West, who died in 1985 after 168 Grinter Hall. For more information, contact Diana Lopez, 392-4904. linguistics Anne Wyatt-Brown, 4 p.m.,
working at UF for 37 years, the majorityof Burger King Meeting Room, 1542 W.
the time in Student Affairs. To qualify, Free On-Campus Child Care Services AvailableTo University Ave.HISPANIC .
a student must be female and a sopho- FACULTY ASSOCIATION
more or above, with a minimum 3.0 grade UF Students During Finals, Review WeekBaby meeting, 5:30: p.m., 334 Reitz Union.
point average. Applicants must also be POLITICAL; SCIENCE LECTURE,
full-time students in the fall and must Gator nursery will provide free The service is funded by Student Government "Israel, America and American Jewry: A
demonstrate outstanding service. child care services during "Review Week" and sponsored by the Graduateand Second Look at the Triangular Connec-
Applications are available at Student Affairs "Finals Week" for children of all UF Student Council.Education tion,"by Temple University political science
124 Tigert Hall, and must be returned students needing assistance. professor Edward Click, 8 p.m., 109 Little
there by 4:30: p.m. Friday, June 1. Child care services will be available Placement Day Hall. CONTINUING
For information call 392-1265. weekdays from 5:30: to 9:30: p.m. on a first.
more come, first-served basis. The number of Is Thursday In UnionStudents FLORIDA PLAYERS production of
slots available is limited. Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Pen-
UF Environmental Action Children must be toilet trained and beare interested in a teaching career zance," through April 21, 8:15: p.m., Con-
tween the ages of 30 months and eight invited to attend UF's Education Place- stans Theatre Main Stage. Tickets, free to
Group Wins Service Award years. ment Day Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. UF students and $6.50 for general public,
in the Reitz Union Ballroom. available at Box Office, 10:30:
UF Campus Diplomats has recognizedthe Parents must apply in advance for this University
School boards from
across the nationwill a.m. to 6 weekdays.
service. To request an application be mailed p.m.
Environmental Action as the
"Organization of the Semester"Group for raising to campus or home addresses(campus address placement be present to offer permanent job THE JOURNEY"a showing of prints by
opportunities. Openings UF MFA candidate Valerie Aslakson-
awareness of environmental issues, preferred), leave a message for the are
problems and possible solutions and for Student Council Box 32, Reitz available for all malO) For more informaGraduate Jennings! through:; April 25 in FocusGallery
implementing positive changes to make Union, or call 33565'I I lcahon tion, contact Vicki Tyson, Career Resource 302 Fine Arts Building C, 8 to 11:45:
Center 392-1602.
,
a.m. and 1 4:45
deadline is April 19. to : p.m. weekdays.
the UF and Earth a place.
campus healthy
}JURIED ART STUDENTS EXHlfernON,
Special' recognition was also given to Essay Exam Workshop Today University features works of UF art department
UF s chapter of the Public Relations Student \
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itat for Humanity and Omicron Delta Kap- UF Reading and Writing Center are offering Gallery S.W. 13th St., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
pa National Leadership Honorary.The a workshop, "Taking Essay Exams' RSITY weekdays and 1 to'' 5 p.m. Sundays.
award is given fall and spring today at 2 p.m. in 2219 Turlington Hall. 1;; PERUVIAN ART SHOW "Warriors,
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onstrating leadership, service and campus writing clear, cohesive responses to essay from Peru, featuring effigy vessels and
burial first-millenium
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OPPOSITE SIDESof i






the same fenceMark



Wright and Nlkitah Imanl have been arguing with each other all semester each positioned on opposite ends

of UF's racial struggle. Yet they share some common ground. Both men came from low-income backgrounds. They

both were Inspired to pull themselves out and move on to higher education. And along the way, they both felt dis-

crimination and knew It was unfair. So each, in their own way, started groups to combat that inequality.


stories by Debbie Cenziper .:. photos by Kevin Wisniewski


formation of the White Student Union Loyal Fraternal Order of the 99 began in Gainesville last summer during the calm
The UF this year in one of its many sore The the racial storm that UF
inflamed race relations. have witnessed all
Still tender from hostile confrontations with year long. _
black groups late last semester, UF once again In an effort to eliminate the .. ...:
was smeared across the front pages of newspapers, South's traditional racial tensions, '... ,
this time for being home to a group of about 30 members of the Loyal Order came'>;" -. '
students who wanted to form an official group as to town to educate, motivate and :\
a balance to the campus-registered Black Student protect the black community. i \
Union. Sixteen chapters dot the country's
Many campus groups and students reacted with East Coast and the newest chapter
bitter protests and denouncements against the WSU. in Gainesville is currently the home
Some thought the group was a cover for the Ku Klux of its national headquarters.
Klan or racist skinheads.Others compared it to the Nazi Although the "99" in the
regime and white supremacy. Most agreed it was a organization's name signifies the
stinging slap in the face to blacks, who were striving for year that blacks have been predicted
a stronger campus voice and better minority representa- to die off in drastic numbers -
tion. the organization'sAfter
about three months of trying to register,the group founder and head commandant -
gained official status from UF in late March. said he is trying
The group's soft-spoken president Mark Wright, said he to put a slop to racial unbal-
formed the group because he is against Affirmative Action ance before any predictions -
laws and minority scholarship recruitment. come true.
The 23-year-old engineering major from St.Augustine said Sitting in the Loyal
that just two weeks ago,he was passed up for an engineering Order's headquarters,
scholarship,even with his 3.6 grade point average.Wright said head commandanthe
was told that of the$115,000 available in scholarship money Nikitah Imam expressesin
the engineering school, $55,000 was reserved for black theories about why
students. blacks are discriminated -
This is an example of minority scholarship recruitment and against, why rac-
reverse discrimination, he said. ism exists and why blacks desperately --'
"All aid should be based on need," Wright said. "Poor people, need to unite. Imani said blacks
whether they're whites or blacks, have a right to get out of the are politically, socially and financially -
slums." disadvantaged, so he personally
Wright receives financial aid, but has no academic scholarships. started all 16 chapters to combat these
Engineering undergraduate Dean William Axson confirmed that injustices.:
some of the engineering scholarship money is reserved for black "If we don't do for ourselves, train our minds. then we're not going
students and said the engineering to make it because no one else will do it for us,Imani said. "It's a fight
school follows UFs Affirmative Ac- we've been losing for 400 years."
lion policy. Imani said he started the Loyal Order, a national non-Greek black
Wright, who Axson organization, in Washington, D.C. five years ago when its high school
said "well-liked,""level- drop-out rate for blacks was about 70 percent, drugs infested the city
headed" and a "moti- and many businesses were still investing billions of dollars in a racist
vated and determined South Africa.
student," probably felt The walls of his office are covered with dozens of newspaper
cheated out of the articles about anything that has to do with racism and the Loyal
money. Order. Signs reading,"Project 99-by any means necessary"and
I ./ qtt1f'<'h; "I could see why he "Strength is ours" form a background around the 22ye.ld
tf: i" ,.." ... feels passed up," Axson international relations major as he sits on the floor next to in
:k; 1 J 'l said. "(Wright) feels we African magazine and a statistics book.
r.. ..
... should be an equal opportu- He wears a red beret as an identity marker of "who I am,
<" nity university. I could un- what I am and where I am.The cap also serves as a universal
; J>< derstand his point of view, symbol of war, he said. His organization is militaristic, he
but I don't necessarily agree said, because the members recognize an enemy and must
'a v 9 1 with what he's doing." survive against it.
Wright grew up in a Protestant "We've got to wage war on the social structure that will
"hard-working" home. try hard to maintain (blacks') present status," Imani said.
1 e r 1 His father supported a wife and It's a matter of life and death.We've got to raise ourselves
l! three children doing carpentry from this mess that we're in."
work During high school, The "war" Imani refers to is not a war between races,
Wright said he worked 40 hours but a war between the oppressed and the oppressors, he
a week as a dishwasher and said.
food preparer to supplement his Imanl would not cite how many members the organs
+ family's income. zation has because of secrecy and security reasons.
"We didn't have much money, but-we did "" Imani and group members have received death threats
with what we had," he said. "I sometimes from people who oppose the group, including
skipped school to go to sleep. Education wasn't

1, '''Tq. see Wright, page 10 see Imanl, page 10


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admit counter-protesting at an anti-racism I IMAM teacher.
WRIGHTfrom "It's from that I drew
really mom
my
my
said he did it be-
rally last April. Wright from page 9 "
page 9 strong commitment to God, he said. "I'll
whites feel discrimination just as
cause blacks do.Wright. alleged Ku Klux Klan members, he said. persist in spite of the odds, and I'll win."
as important in my family. Just getting a
Imani said he learned
leadership
techniques
with bachelor'sdegree
who plays the piano in Imani, who graduated a
school accomplish
high diploma was an
from other black leaders such
from ,
Gainesville's North Central Baptist Church, in international politics as
ment. said he said both he and his wife have had to deal Georgetown University and now is continu- Malcolm X and the Rev. Martin Luther KingJr.
Wright, a registered Republican,
In college, Imani said he gathers information
have
UF said blacks continually
with threatening phone calls and bomb ing work at ,
joined the U.S. Air Force for four years to
discards what he knows
in"warped"history silently, is
threats since he began the WSU. been under-represented
help for his college education. Becauseof
pay tends to place false or distorted and plans for the future.
books. American history
his overseas, Wright speaks fluent Wright said healso has dealt with threats,
years Ameri- "My job as a silent intellectual is to learnas
Japanese and said most of his friends in the ever-watchful media and many campus blame on anyone or anything except
college are Asian. groups who make up the WSU's opposition. cans and their government, he said. much as I can from the information that
Although Wright graduated high school He said he is waiting until the summer to The deception in history leads to blame society is teaching and then correct it."
with a belowaverageGPA hold the group's first which leads to unsolved problems, Imani The Loyal Order, which_has_ been e of
he has receivedA's official meeting be- said. Society either can the White StudentUnion's
in college cause this late in the give up or decide to most verbal op-
every "There are attacking the posers, is not antiwhiteby
math course he has
taken so far, except fora problems of our his- said.any But means the WSU, Imani has
4000-level statistics
class in which he received white I get attacked made the false assump-
tion that Affirmative Action
B-plus.. We're the truth. laws benefit blacks
"I guess I got lucky," and
he said."I motivated disadvantagewhites
myself Imani
Nlkltah he said.
to get out of situation
my
"I believe that black
Loyal Order
of washing ,
dishes for the rest of my people can move up in

I.:i.(._.. '\''aye fl-f......'s one of :: I society 61 without hurtinganyone !
the reasons I started the else," imam saia. But i will say mac
(WSU). I had the idea that if you try hard, is some people have to pay a price for a changein
"
it to this society.
you can overcome.
Reverse discrimination is not a revolu- Trans- Imani said he will continue raising con
tionary idea, Wright said. He called his and sciousness by starting new chapters nation-
group the "white" student union instead of ally and said he has sights on Miami for the
some other anti-Affirmative Action name ( ) we next chapter."I .

because whites are victimized as a whole, what
he said. our plan to do as much as I can on my
"There are certain problems with the ." mission," Imani said. "I see myself as an
white community," he said. "We're victim- educator. I may be on a street corner witha
ized as a group." can one day, but my responsibility comes
Wright repeatedly has denied having any Emory from God. I don't worry about 20 years from
associations with the Ku Klux Klan or white now. I worry about today and what I can
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Of FLORIDA RAPfrom Timberlake said he would sell the to (the album). I just thought it was

Campus Diplomatswould page 1 album to minors. disgusting."

like to congratulate Other store managers suchas Absolute Discount Compact
The Environmental Action Group Schoolkid's Records, store man- Spike's Records,Tapes & More Discs Manager Johnny Blaster
ager Edward Timberlake said. Manager Peggy Kelleher said
The said the album's sales weren't
Organization of the SemesterAnd
"I'm sure ((2 Live Crew's) loving good sales didn't influence her de- worth being arrested.
Special Recognition to: the publicity," Timberlake said. cision to remove 2 live Crew al-

The Public Relations Student Society of America "The sales a couple of months ago bums from the store a couple "It's a good thing to stay out of

University Habitat for Humanity & were OK, but not this good." months ago. controversy," Blaster said. "The

Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honorary Although mostly college stu- "We get a lot of kids in here," middle of the road's always a safe
dents shop at Schoolkid's, Kelleher said. "Then we listened place to be."
"Keep up the GOOD WORK"

Markus is not taking the recom- ommends budget proposals for
SENATEfrom mendation for granted. Student Legal Services, SG, Stu-

2 locations page 5 "last! time I was recommended, dent Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol,

'wl'l d ,.,,rr-.IIIJIIA Ridgeway Plaza either accepting the original nom- but I'll have to wait and see what l Recreation Sports Board of Col-
lege Councils and the Reitz Union.
5001 Nw 341h 51. happens at tomorrow's meeting,
"-' .. -- IZJ. 377-4247 ination or voting again. Markus said. Senators, who had a week to re-
.. Grapski said times that he
view the will
'" many The committee also recom- proposals, present
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l \ vacancies. Grapski could not be
1j PpUL ormick. other business, Sen. Adam
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COUPON1 comment. Siracusa helped with Student Tanenbaum will introduce a bill
r--i The committee voted Sunday to Body President Michael Browne's amending the student body stat-
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Bowling Billiards page 3 tensions and a few other things Senate, but more were on commit motivate them and speak out for
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373-3833 highly political, while getting an
our members to participate in
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PostersGetRuined dent for Kappa Alpha Psi, said his realizing at this point how that "When I was there it was easier begging and pleading," Weston
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from Norman. $275 + util. Call 375.3821 Anglia (NW 6th/15th/ Sir) Modern well kept hookups, dishwasher. $420. 9295. 4-17.5.4

and leave message. 4-17-4-1 Apts ea w/own washer/dryer, cent ht/ac, 3-Roommates Needed for S-bdr House 1
Now renting for fall lyr lease tat ft last Super 4BR/2BA house. Walk to block to UF. $165/mo. Call 3768090. 4- Bicycle Club Apt-lg 2bdr/2ba, convenientto
Summer school-turn rms +2 bdrm apt-1 dep. $460/mo 2bdr/1 ba. $610/mo/ campus, fireplace, family room, 30-16-4 UF, tennis, sauna, Jacuzzi. May-June,
block fr Norman Hall-parking-NO 3bdr/2ba. $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 336-8354 central AC, hardwood floors. opt to renew. $390/mo./ 3355408. 4-16-

PETS.ns-nice area 481.2168 after 6; 372- 3920554. 4-20-10-2 Won't last! $750 LAKEWOOD VILLAS
3bd/3ba sublease
Spyglass
May-July.
8404 days. 4185.1 3bd3ba w/d/ available 1-Dee 31
July
Beautiful best In G-vllle
Attractive, clean apts. ft houses, close to KEY MANAGEMENT apartment, place
$241mo ft utilities. 335-4694 females
SAVE $85/mo Own bdr Furn BrandywineApt UF, avail for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs. 372-3060 only. 4.17.5.4 to live. Great pool areal! Sign nowl neg.
Avail May w/ option to renew in Aug Call 4959024. 4-30-24-2 3352830. 4.17-4.4
$350/mo. Gary 378-5564 If no answer MOVE IN NOW .
WINDMEADOWS APTS HUGE
please try again. 4.18.5.1 Bel Air 638 NW 26th Ave. Huge 2bd/2ba 2 br duplex near 34 St. Plaza. Pets ok, a/c, 2Bed/2Bath Sublease for summer 'Sublet 2bd/lba save $150 clean apt,
quiet. $275 wop- walk diet UF/Shands/ $360/mo, 2 pools,
and 1 Ibd apts. Large Oaks. College Park
tion for fall, unfurn. Call for more Info
Room in 3bdr house $160/mo & util. 375- Properties 411 NW 15th St. 3717777. 4- 336-4218. 4-17-5-4 May-Aug opt to lease call Amy & Mejgan
8329. 4195.1 18-10.2 2br/l 'l/2ba condo In pool complex, 3748780. 4185.4


Cheerful 3bdrm home, fireplaces, gardens Studio, 1bd, and 2bd opts and houses wash/dry. $450 OXFORD. Wash/dry MANOR, completely 2bdr/2ba, furnished for summerB. a Need 2 to share Irge apt master bedroom

porches, parking, ((2)$150) shares avail now and for fall. Walk to UFI Beat the 2br/1ba/ apt. off Tower Rd. New carpet, steal! Call 377-1955 anytime. 4-17-5-4 + utilities for summer. Rent nego. Rocky
available. Special consideration to musi- rushl College Park Properties 411 NW dishwash, hook-ups. $315 Pt. Apts. Call Mike at 3369510. 4-18-5-4

clans 3771510. 4-20-5-1 15th. 3717777. 4-18-10-2
OXFORD MANOR 2bd/2ba/ May-Aug. Reap, quiet n/s needed. Own rm In abed
3br/1/ 1/2ba, SW townhouse, hook-ups, Quiet area In back. Can re-rent for next
FULLY furnished $308 for summer B + 1/2/ 2BD/1BA $325/MO. Phoenix Apts., closeto mini-blinds, pool. $450 11/2bath apt. Only 120.1 I pay the rest. No
It U
year respond soon. Furniture avail.
utilities, live by yourself, excellent location UF/Shands/ very spacious avail now 1 $449/mo. Call Ty, Doug, or Chris at 371- dep, May-Aug. Call 375.1354 after 6pm
) call 335-5956 must sell, call anytime. year or summer lease, pets ok. Brad 375- KEY MANAGEMENT 8297. 4-17-5-4 Saeed. 4-30-13-4
1303. 4-23-10-2 372-3060
Townhouse-own turn. bdr, ba, wash/dry/ Regency Oaks apt, 1bdr, large, for more
Summer sublease own bdr/bath/ trans to
pool, close to UF, $300+ 1/2 util. 335- In The Pines Big 1 bedroom apt, close to UF avail on UF/SFCC, w/d/ fully furnished. $150/mo. Info 18-5-4 376-2202 mornings and evenings. 4-
1841. 4-27-10-1 May 5, central heat/sir, carpeting. $245
Spacious 1,213 Bedroom Call Wendy at 373-2088. 4-17-5-4
through summer, $255 after July. 372-
Furn rm for rent In 2br house apt. $145/mo/ Apartment & Townhouse 0565. 42042MOBILE OWN RM May-Aug, furnished 2bdr/2ba
Convenient to UF/Shands VIZCAYA 2bd avail In 3/2.1/3 util; quiet,
pool Oakbrook Walk F $200 mo W/d
+ 1/2 util for summer only. Close to UF nego.
376-5912 anytime or Iv 4-20-5- 2 pools, tennis crt, weight room, clean N/S, avail for all summer, close to close to UF 377-5496. 4-18-5-4
message. sauna, 2 laundry rooms. HOMES: UF. $135 and $145/mo./ 3774790. 4-17-

Bdr/kit/living rm privilege, most util pd, 373-3371 Spyglass. Need fern for master bed/bath.
summer 135/mo, 165/m,4bdr apt 1740 205 SE 16th Ave. 3 FOR RENT/SALE **** Sublease 2/1 Phoenix II Apts. May-Aug. ABC. Only $190/mo. and 1/3
NW 3rd PI. To apply/info 372-2284/371- 1/2 mile east of Main St. Close to UF, Central A/C, new rug, all Util. Kimberly 3354109. 4-18-5-4
4243. 4171.1 Nice ft Dandy Customized 2bdr Mobile appliances, quiet neighbors only
One bedroom In Victorian home avail May. Home partly turn, wash & fridge on well $285/mo. 335-6575/372-1509 **** Sublet thru July Colonial Manor Apt. Smin

Condo for rent. Treehouse Village, $230/month includes util, wood floors, shaded lot. Very close to UF on Archer. 4-17-5-4 walk to UF on SW. ibr/lba/ furnished,
2bd/2ba, ready for fall semester, large porch Duckpond area. 371-4935. Must sell $1750. 338-1383. 4-17-5-3 pool. $225/mo. Call Lee 3783199. 4-19-
wash/dry, 2pools ft clubhouses, only $640or 4175.2 OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba 5/5 thru 8/15/
$160/person. Call Carl or Gail 305-271- Moving-Must Sell! 12x60' turn. mobile Rent negotiable. Call 335-1380 ask for 21ms. needed for summer C $150mo +

2434. 4-20-4-1 For Rent: 3bdrm Condo In Marchwood, home Great cond., $4500. Call 3368984. Taras or 371-3996. 4175.4 1/3util. Haw.Vill. 338.4447. 4-18-5-4

$550 a month, 3 month lease. Call for Don't throw away $ on apt rent. 4.20.5.3
OakBrook2bdr2ba/ 1/2/ mile from UF, Interview! 336.4502, available May 1st. GREEN MAR, close to UF. Sublease( LANDMARK sublet br In 2 1/2 twnhse for
micro, ac, security,pool,338-0530 Andreaor 4-17-5-2 SUBLEASE summer, 2bdr/iba, cent a/c. $315/mo./ Summer C ONLY $140/mo, + 1/3 utils. Call
813-876-1776 (Collect). 4-30-10-1 : Call Tanya or Claire at 3779270. 4-17- Mike @ 378-4703 Iv mag 4174.4

4 BEDRM apt sublease for summer, begin
ROOM ft FOOD STARTING $145 for Summer May or June close to UF. Call 336-6860 4 HOUSE/APT. Nice, cheap, 2 rmmts to sublease Sublease for summer 2bd In 3bd/2ba
Spring ft Fall also avail at CLO. Incl) leave message. Pmetree Grdns. 4-17-5-2 3bdr/3ba,turn condo. $150/mo avail May. house w/l/ walking distance to UF. Nice
10 meals/wk.util pd,1-blk to UF.Student French Qtr close to campus, 2bdr 1 1/2 July. Pool, w/d In Casablanca. Tom at neighborhood $135 and $150/mo. 375-

Runll 377-4269 or stop by 117 NW 15th 2BDR House by UF. Carport, fireplace, ba, 1 rmmt. $177.50 & 1/2 util neg. 336-.. 3350101. 4-17-5-4 6276. 4-18-5-4
St. 4-30-10-1 a/c. 328 NW 15th Ter, College Park Apts. 1010 Chris/Rolf. 4-17-11-4
Office: 411 NW 151h Str. 371-7777. 4-17- Oxford Manor 1bd avail May 7, option for 2bdr/1 be furn house w/ fenced yard, w/d,
OXFORD MANOR Sublease or re-rent renewal In Aug. Nice, clean, ft gray car- central NW 7th Ave avail
ac.
Lg, ultra mod, 3bdr/2ba/ twnhs, 4 yr oldb/w May-Aug,
for summer, option for tall, 3bdr/3ba pet. Big enough for twol! Call 378-6515 Iv
UF, SFCC&mall. Quiet commun, ONE BLOCK UF $440/mo neg. ft util. For info call 335-
Jacuzzisecurity cyst, wa/dry tmore. Law school, 4 bdrm 2 ba w/d.dishwasher. washer/dryer./ Please call 377-8287. 4- msg. 4175.4 4913. 426104K

$950/moneg unfurn.call 374-8621/lv mes central ac/heat, fireplace, sundeck, nice
sage. 4-23-5-1 neighborhood $750/mo. Avail August. Teresa -

371-6715. 4-18-5-2 Wad\: rEU.: 'S P O O By Doyle 6 StemeckyIN

.... FOR RENT: May free, Rocky Point, near UF and

Shands, start May 1 thru Aug 15, call Lisa
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 378-5397 or 335-9455 leave message. 4- Ps'PAU WNOA Yt2 1 MOAN
SEEP ONE OP MY DRILI IANt NELLY Veep... L99'1140NQ 9Y W!,
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280, Sublease -1UIis'( efficiency' w/ I largeyard j P ALNIFICA110N PLAN. WE wooo't MOAN WE LAW 1 MOAN, l OP COURSE
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 135/mo I Call, Sandy after BLAei UP IN'rA OL1'OR WACOWe BIASrf (JP INTA OUfUR 1 MCAN

Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 7pm 372-6146. 4-19-5-2 UP INCA OUTER SPACE! MEAN WO? YOU,
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 4-30-75-
>. 2BR/1BA quad unit, avail. summer, possibly '
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA,. quiet longer. Fireplace, a/c, dishwash SW 1 r ZS tl n .tt 0
washer/dryer available In most units for area, no pets. $310/mo+sec. 3350213. 4-

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 & 2 Bath
$250-1350, sec & Imr. 3726422. 4-30- MELROSE SPRINGS Brand new 2bd
75-2 screened porch, huge oaks, landscaped,
nice neighbor hood$4 50/mo.475-1968

SPACIOUS Pets ok. 4-30-11-2

ONE BEDROOM APT.
ONLY $263MO.LYONS MUST LEASEI! Spacious 2BR apt close to '
r" I APT campus, central air, pool, laundry, $290 a 'I 1PN11'tY nDiKw
month obo. 375-2193. 4-20-5-2 T
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797




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1bdr apt Townhouse: Clean, Quiet, 5 ARLINGTON SQUARE 2bdr/2ba turn, all Sublet/assume. for 3br/2ba house In 2bdr/2ba summer lease Country Village *********Great Deal********
mi to UF. Sugarfoot Village $349/mo & amenities, rent neg. Call 374-4593. ..18. super nw neighborhood cent h/ac; Furnished or unfur, close to UF, large. 3 br avail from June 1 till August 1 In
util woption/ 1 yr Ise Grace 332.4309 wash/dry h/u, $485/mo call 372.3060 or Rent nego. option for Fall. 378-7790 Maracaibo. 1 12ba./ Only $170/mo/ 336-
Eves, 392-5270 Day 4-1954 HUGE apt-2k sq ft 4bdr/2 376-2402 eves. 4-19-4-4 lev.mes. 4-20.4-4 8880.Let's talk 4.20.4.4
1/2bapoolscreened In porchIndry
Summer Sublet woption for fall 2bd/2ba hkupMay-Aug$525/mo/neg.May rent Summer sublet less than one block from POLOS sublet 1 1br w/own bath In 2br/ba
townhouse, less than 1 mile to single rms-call now 3329248. 4.20.5- campus 2 rooms in 3br house, price neg from May.July or longer. 5 ROOMMATES
UF/Shand Reasonable rent Call 375- available furn or unfurn Call Chuck at Alarm,wash/dryer/ ,pool. Very neg.Call
5694. 41854OXFORD Master bd/ba in 4bd/3ba twnhse need F 371.1554. 4-183-4 Lisa 336.7321 41934Graduating
to share apt w/3 fun roomies for sum- BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdr/lba,
MANOR sublease for summerw mersublet( ). Only $200/mo+1/4 utl Alii Lakewood Villas.Sublse May.Aug, furn, !") sublet 2bdr/lba/ Jacuzzi, .sauna wt. room, huge pool, 1/2
/ option for fall In 3bdr/3ba, wash/dry/ 335.59S4. 4.20.5.4 bdr, own ba, wash/dry, attractive and $360/moMay 15 close to UF. Sun mi. to UF, $230/mo. for own room, 1/2
rent nego. Call 335.7977.23.7-" clean, only $242/mo 335-5589 leave Bay Apts Call Joyce 376-7412. 4.23.5.4 cable & utll. 372 2857 Dennis. 4.30.28.5
OXFORD MANOR SUBLEASE 2bd/2ba mes.age.2710.4
LG BEAUT. HOUSE In great neighbor. avail summer C across from pool. Country VillageSummer: C.Specloua Female N/S Rmmt to share 2bdr/lba Apt
hood, summer sublet, 2bd avail, furn/un- $200/room/mo. Call 371-1617 Iv msg 4. MILL RUN-large 2bd/11/2batwnaw/w/d. 2br/2ba turn n.g $449/monlh May rent $175/mo & 1/2 util, walking distance to
furn, walk to UF, $180 ea. 371-0934 Summer C w/option to renew for fall Only free; 1 mile 10 UF 378.4803 leave message. UF Call 3774244. 17155F
4.20.6-4 Spyglass 3bd/3ba avail. May/June deposit $350/mo Available May 5. 336.0538. 4- 4-23.5-4
neg. lease exp July 31 option for to share 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo, own
renewal. call 336 8439 alter 4:30. 20- GREAT HOUSE 3br across from O'dome, bdr/ba, $200/mo/ & 1/2/ util. Pool & convenient
BEAUTIFUL 2bdr/lba/ apt In Sun Bay : 4 Need 1rmt to sublease) master bd/rm lor.umm.r .
373 5423 9042643236. 4 17105
available from May till eternity, only $290 wood floors.studio and yard $160/mo a&b. Fully furn w/own bath & or -
F/NS own br In 3br house, vry close to Summer C A MUST SEEII373.9930. 4-
per mo. Call 335 5607 and leave msg king sz bed 192/mo. call Shawn or Miles
UFAC$150/mo + 1/3 util May-Jul w/opt 20-54
3773055. 4.20-.4
4 18 4-4
- lor fall Please call 375.6095. 4205.4 F N/S/ to share a bedroom In a 2bd/2ba at
Walk to campus 2bd/1ba, $320/mo. Great Deal Nice,efficient 2 bedr 1 ba apt COUNTRY VILLAGE sublease large Brandywine. $137/mo 1/4/ util Avail May
1930 NW 3rd Ave. Summer sublease w/ Windmeadows Apt for sublease/re-int Walk to VA Shands. Ibdr, May-Aug, $299/mo/ May rent free! 4. Call 335.9846. 4.17.10.5
option to renew. Call Andrew at 3364803 258 3bd/3ba Great Loc,Rent Neg 335- and campus. Price neg. 335-3560. 4 20- Option for fall, call 336-1079 after 5. 4-
April Freel! 4-195-4 6525,373.3558 or Iv msg. Sum C. 4.20- .1 bedrm w/bath In 3/2 house,furnished,
SPYGLASS Sublease May-August 1 bdrm In GREAT house across from hardwd firs, fence, pets ok, quiet 1ml to
Relet Homestead apIa, 2br, pool, May. $$ CHEAP ROOM $$ $100/mo SummerC BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse, furnished O'Dome, summer C l42/mo Call Tracl uf 1 look is all It will take. $225, 375-
July/fall option. $34S/mo $100 cash rebate iblk from Tigert/Norman, chicks dig Itl must see, please leave message at 372.3994, or leave message 4.20-4.4 7169. 4178.5
336-0920 4-10-5 3759014. 42054Oxford 33S 8254. 4-23-5-4
Summer sublease wfall/ optional MILL Grad student looking lor summ A rmmt
Sublet May to Aug opt to stay In quiet, Manor 2 spacious bedrooms each Sublease a HOUSE for summer!2bd/1ba, RUN 2br townhouse rent negotiable Fur. tint for 2ba/2ba Lakewood Villas Option
clean, turn or unfurn big bdr, own ba, wown bath partially furn $205 each furn, wood floors Ig. kitchen, nice yard, niture for sale. call 335.1287 leave mes to renew lease at lower rent call 335-
patio & 2 Ig closets only $150moneg.Call / / avail. May-Aug with option to renew In fall 2 min. bike to campus. $440 373.4662. sage. 41934Country 3780. 420-105 1
Amy 332.4708. 4-1734 3722527. 4.20.5.4 430-104
Manor, sublet 5/14.8/15, Rmate wtd to share Ig 3/2/ house In Val-
WINDMEADOWS ; large one bedroom, Studious N/S M to share part.furn. 2bdr Oxford Manor own bd/ba, furn, wash/dry. 1 ibdr/lba pool, tennis & nice. May rent wood w//young career man. Wash/dr, own
upstairs, grey carpet, June 1 July 31 apt for summer w/fall option 1 1ml to Price neg. Sublet summer C. 371.6237. free, $344 373.3260.Leave message. 4- rm + bath. Mature cln n/s $240 + 1/2utll
Call 378-8358 or 373-3558. $$ DISCOUNT UF$180/mo + "/2ulll. Greg 3723718. 4- 4.30.10.4 335.2789. 41885
.111.5-4 FREE MONTH RENT Brandy wind 2br/2ba/
Oxford Manor sublease sum c w/ fall option OAKBROOKI Own your own condo for almost for summer c, Call anytime at 374.8572 HEY YOU! F N/S Wanted: Own bdr In
Oak Forest 4bdr/3bs sublet Summer A. 2/2, w/d.very clean & fun place I sub no mny downtake over pmnti. ,Fully and we'll make a deal 4235.4 Spring Tree $170/mo + 1/4 util Call Michelle
Rent negotiable Call us at 3781733. 4- lease now & keep both creme couchescall Furn w/wash/dryr Craig 378 3451 Iv At 378.5512. 4199.5
371.1477. 420-54 mea.age.3010-. Block from UF Business sChoolSublet
F Rmmt N/S to share 2bdr/1 ba apt for Summer 1br/lba aptfall option,modern Roommate Needed Starting In May to
summer $175/mo & 1/2 utll, walking distance Windmeadow 3bd/3ba/ for sublease from LAURELS-Sublet Summer C, 3bd/3ba, ,big enough for two,price neDcalieve- share 2bdr 2bath apt In Regency Oaks
to UF 3774244. 26-10-4 May-August with option for fall. Call anytime w/d, other amenities, brand new, only nlngs 371-8265. 4235-4 $220 a mo. Call Amy 372-7627. 4.23-10-
336.8315 or 336-8316, 4205-4 $550/mo. 335.8978.20.4.4 _
Looking for a great place for summer? 2bd.2ba apt.avall.May-Aug. Fully furn Roommate wanted for 3bdr/2ba house,
OAKBROOK WALK 3rd fl single bdr/ba. BEAUTIFUL HOUSE) Your own room for OXFORD MANOR BARGAIN Only acw/d,micro,buses to UF & SFCC. convenient NW location, nice neighbor
May-June-July, rent $380/mo or neg. summer: 2 rms avail $160 Walk to cam- $175/mo for Summer C + 1/3 utll. F N/S $1 50/mo ea. Call Robin after 1 pm at 374- hood, unfurn, $225/mo & 1/2 util, $100
3766611 4-28-10-4 pus.great areal! 373-7797. 4205.4 for own bdr/baw/dBrenda./ 378.8289. 4- 4676. 4-18-2-4 sec Call Jeff 375.6173. 4-17-55
_
May rent free! 2bdr/1 ba in Bailey Manor, Classifieds. .
rent for summer w/opllon to renew In fall.
Secure, quiet, adult community, Continued on next page.
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ROOMMATES ROOMMATESNS ROOMMATESFemale ROOMMATES

... F n/s quiet good student 4 .. sumC
bdr 2 ml to
N/S F for own room In part turn 2bdr/1 ba .S) OAKBROOK .. $350/mo/ F, n//., M/F to share 2bd/2ba/ apt for SummerA. Non-Smoking, own own br/furn/wood/ floorslll $140mo & 1/2
apt, $200/mo ft 1/2 util, avail May 5, close hare room, furnished, summer &/or Covered Bridge 235/mo & 1/2 util. Call UF, $173/mo/ & 1/3 util. Call 3722907. util. Great roommlelll Call 372-6141 btwn
to campus, Call 3714892. 4-17-5-5 fall.spring, pool security, deposit. Ken at 377-0849, leave message. 4.18- Need ASAPI 4.19.5-5 2-12 SOON. 4.18-4-5
Lynn 3714708. 4185.5
N/S for master br/bath in 3br house SW N/S rmmt needed for quiet 2/2 end unit in 1 or 2 Rmmts needed lor summer to share f roommate for summer sublease own
Walk-in closet w/d garage, fenced yard F Rmmt Needed for 4bdr/2ba turn condo Rockwood Villas. For Summer C and ke- 2bdr/2ba/ in The Bicycle Club Apti. bdrm/ba at Oak Forest apt. $160/mo & 1/3
5 mm to UF/Shands, $18S/mo/ ft 1/3 util.! by Oaks Mall. Security System wash/dry yond. Price neg. Call Mark 395-8823. 4- $125/mo & 1/2 util or $75/mo & 1/3 utll. utilities. Call Mary 336-7645. 4-19-5-5
3361914. 4-17-5-5 $200/mo & split elec. 335-4298. 4-25-10- Lisa 3355926. 4-19-5-5'
5 F rmmt 1BR in 3BR apt. Summer C. $186 Need Female to share Mt. Vernon Apt this
COUNTRY MANOR Spacious apt. Pool, courts. May rent free. Wanted lor summer In Spyglass Apt: mstr summer Preferably' snr student, neat
master bedroom/bath, furnished apt. N/S liberal rmmt, own bdr In 3bdr house, Call Julie Ivmsg, 378.6591 4-18-5-5 bdr/ba, wash/dry, micro, rent nego, lully non-smoker a must. $250/mo & 1/2 utll.
Roommate needed summer C. $199/mo 3blks from UF, $142/mo 1/3 util. Pets turn wwater bed. 3369022. 4-18-4-5 Karen 372-8560. 4-10-5-5
Call 3717974. 4.17-5-5 ok. 3716059. 4-18-5-5 F/ns Unlurn room in clean, quiet NW 3/2
House. 4 ml UF/SFCC, Washer Cable, Looking for 1.2 M N/S rmmti to find luxurious Own room In 2Br 1Ba apartment for Sum
Oxford Manor OXFORD MANOR* summer ROOM Micro, No Pets. $150/mo ft 1/3 ut. 378- apt, 4919013. 4-20-6-5 mer. Prefer non-smoker. $130/mth/ & 1/2
FIns own bedroom own bath MATE NEEDED own master bdr. own 6499. 4-30-12-5 negotiable. Call 336-6718 evenings. 4-
Rent negotiableCall bath. Townhousell wash/dryer price Rmmt to share 2Br/2Ba/ twnhse near
371-2096. 4.17.5-5 Nepol l 335-3513. 4-18-5-5 F to share bdrm ft bath in 4bdrm 2bath Tower rd/20/ Ave SW. Prefer prior military, 2 rmmts needed starting In May to share
house. W/d, central heat/ac, walk to UF. upper div, or grad student n/s. $187/mo 4bdr/2ba/ 4 blocks to UF, rent nego w//
SPYGLASS 1 or 2 rmmtso* share Large Bdr, own ba, lor 1 or 2 N/S Rmmts $126/mo & util. Avail 5/3.371-6715I/mea./ & 1/2 utll. 3325567. 4-19-5.5 option to lease in Aug. 371-9353. 4-20-6-
3bd/3ba Rent Available summer C for Summer Call 336-4367. 4.18-5.5
neg. Own Room In 3BR house. 5 mln walk to POLOS m/f rmmt needed for summer.Own .
woption for fall. Call 336-6108 and Ive
.. 4175.5 2 N/S/ F roommates wanted for 2 big campus. Summer A, B or C, m/f ns pre bdr/ba wash/dry/ & many extras. Male, summer C, share large divided
rooms in NE Victorian, mansion for summer ferred. $148/mo/ & 1/3 util. Call Now 373- Only $165/mo & 113 utilities. Anytime 335- home close to UF w/ private entrance,
Hey! I need f/ns rmmt. own furn bdr for term only. $200/mo each utils 373- 5190. 4195.5 7738 Ive msgl 4-19-5-5 patio trees, cable, no party atmo.
5/1-8/14 $187/mo Call me now! 335- 3682 Iv. msg. 4-17-4-5 $250/mo.378.2018. 42065SUMMERFALLSPRING
5587. 4-17-5-5 DESPERATE! m/f/ rmmt needed 4 sum C NSW F needed lor summer with (all op-
Own Room In 2br/1b apt. F/ns. Quiet, own bdr in spacious 3bdr twnhse (Oak tion. $200/mo/ & 1/3 utll. Across from cam- .. live In new
Spyglass beautifully furnished 3bdr/3bath wooded, SW area, short bike to UF. Nicel Forest) wash/dry, cool rmmtsl $155/mo pull Call 336-0411 Leave Message. apts 1 or 2 rmmts for 2-3bdr respectively.
complete wash/dry.. Need one room- 175/mo 1/2 util. May Freel! 373.1695 & 1/4/ utll!. Call ft Iv msg 3352550. 4-17- 4.19-5.5 Mature, clean N/S. 3747198. 4-17-3-5

mate for summer Call Sari at 336-9890. 4-17-4-5 Only $87.50 mo & 1/2 util gets own room Sublet for Summer C, 1 bdrm in
417.5.5Spyglass N/S M/F lor summer C lor 2br 2bth hit 3/4/
Sum C in 2bd/1ba apt. $175 mo Fall- 2bdrm/lba house 5 mln walk to .
N/S/ M to share 1bdr turn apt for summerC ml from campus. $140 & 1/4 util. Call Bradat campus.l6250mo
Spring Deps neg. Call 335.5520 $ & util. Call Tracey at 378-
$110/mo from
beautifully furnished 3bdr3bathapt only. 1/2 util, 1/2 block 378-3973 Ive msg. 4-17-3-5
complete with washer/dryer and ev- UF. Call 372-3203 afternoons. 4-18-5-5 Amanda. 4-17-3-5 71861V message. 4-10-5-5

erything else. Need one roommate for ----
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summer, $190 & ((13 for w/d) a monthll SUBLET 1 bdr in a spacious 3bdr apt mmmmmm 1111111, 111 111111 1 44 11111111 11111611111MMMMMM iii"""iiii .
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Move in May 5. Call Mike 336-9891. 4-17-
5-5 $229 a month for May1 to AugIS 335-
5008 Scott. 4-18-5-5 TUESDAY

OAKBROOK ** $175/mo F, n/s, "
share room, furnished, summer ft/or SUMMER ROOMMATE wanted to share
fall+spring, pool, security deposit. Lynn 3bdr/2bath/ house $150/m + 1/3 utilities
371-4708. 4.18.5.5 5.5 377-6381 ask for ErlcTom, or Dan. 4-18- ftNNT NftflI




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TUESDAY,APRIL. 1990, ALLIGATOR., ,

AHA AHA AHA a AHA AHA a AHA 0 AHA 0 AHA AHA AHA AHA AHA 'I ROOMMATESRockwood FOR SALE FOR SALE 10


THE ART HISTORY ASSOCIATIONannounces MUST SELLI! tan sectional couch, great
Villas N/S F,fully turn, securitysystem Rockford' Foegate, Yamaha Pioneer condition call Michelle 335-1275
wash/dry/ micro, $195/mo. Alter price
s Infinity, Kicker Code Alarm. The Best neg. 4-18-3-6
5:30pm: 4075782721. 4-19-5-5 Car Sterlo Installer In town. Car Stereo

! i to Go. 375-1834. 4-30-75-6 Home For Sale. Good lor 4-Students.
ELECTION OF NEW
OFFICERS SPYGLASS-furn Own room+bath in 3bdr Walking distance to campus-Cheap price.
for $225/mo & 1/3 util. .
sum. washdry.Avail. CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
378-4046-Leave
! Wednesday, April 18th 4:30: p.m. i 20-5-5. May 2nd. Call 335-5235, Kevin. 4- any car truck or van fully guaranteed will message. 4-20-5-6

demo.Call 336-9193 student Iv. message. Classic! 1975 Garcia, acoustic guitar, 6-

Fine Arts Building C **FALL/SPRING** Neat studious n/s 4-30-72-6 string. Spanish pine & Mahogany, 18
frets) Inst. books Incl. $350 obol 374-
Room 201 s female seeks same to share 2bd/lba apt Car Alarm,Autopaga,Chapman. Home 4925. 4-20-5-6
close to UF. No pets. Call 373-0786. 4- and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul Sherwood

! For Information call 336-8818 Funded by SG i 17.2.5 and more. We Baal All Prices! Computer desk and printer stand. Excel

373-3754. 4-30-69-6 cond, cabinet and drawer $90. Call
AHA .AHA AHA AHA AHA AHA AHA AHA AHA AHA AHA AHA Need M/F to sublease own room&bath In 373-1716. 4-20-5-6 space
Mill Run apartment for summer A/B or C. MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146

Avail now thru Aug. Call at 336-0701. 4. Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate For sale: large couch with 2 matching

20-5-5 H P. Price same or lower than mail chairs and glass wall unit, good condition
order. Systems below Include 1mb 40mb best offer call 336-8595 leave
ACUVUE Mile Run-n/s studious m/f. semi-turn' ((28mi), graphics monitor, ... 4-20-5-6 '. message.
NEB 4/41 condo, central heat/ac, pool, ten MC 286/12/ $1195 Packard Bell. $1295,

nis/wash/dry. Start anytime. Call collect MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 LOFT-SUPER COOL unique design. 2

DISPOSABLE 305-294-3094. 4-27-10-5 $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery bed, custom lor beaty. Carpeted. Ladder
CONTACTS $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb& graph Incld. Asking $165. 3956150. 4-20-5.6
Casa East F, own bed/bath wash/dry, ics monitor $970. & 3 year warranties.

great apt. $250+1/2util negotiable for Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer Apt 'lull of (urn. grad sr must selll) couch,
Sum C call today Lyn 3773832. 4-20-5-5 $185, HP LaserJet lip $1049.3743 W. 2 chairs, bedroom set, etc Call Susan

$3.25jLens University Ave. 4-30-65-6 3787039. leave 4-20-5-6
N/S for own turn bdr In 4 bdr NE house.Washdry. message.
$165/mo & 1/4 util. Avallabl.lumm.r .
FUTON & FRAME SALEI! 5'9" TIC surfboard w/ leash exc.llentlor
and/or fall. Call Debbie 373-
4639. 42055MusiciansArtlsts..cozy From only $200. per set. beginners $100, BRAND new PASSPORTradar

$85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam Call Matt 377-5650. 4-30-26-6 board detector new 2503957877.still In box $180 4-20-5-6, B'2" surf

ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL 3 bdrm bungalow MUST SELLI! VCR TV. Oueenbed. microwave ,
needs social creatures to make it vii-
((2))
table w/4 chairs all In excellent Great Deal: Couch w/matching sofa, end
ble. $150 fireplaces, porch, 2 baths 377- condition. Call 378-2202. 4-20.10-8 table, coffee table, lamp, bedroom. set
Millhopper Optical 1510. 4-20-5-5 (brand new). All neg. 377-8072. 4-18-3-6

For Sale: Compact computer with 20 meg
Rmmt Wanted share nice 3bd 2ba NW
to hard disc printer and monitor. Must selll) Couch, coffee and end tables, TV stand,
home All Amenities l85permo Ut last Will take best oiler. Rich 3958635. 4-23- papasan, wall unit, standing lamp, bookcase
$100 security 1/3 utility 372-7027 leave 10-6 waterbed, Call Stefanie 335-3721
2521 N.W. 41st St. 376-8000 message. 4-20-5-5 after 1. 4-18-3-6

Graduating! Tan couch matching chair,
Town Parcl! F/N-S rmmt for Sum C.
MUST SELL NOWI Door store furniturelike
2 and tables, dble bed, nits stand,
$165/mo. + 1/3 util.Own rm avail May,'fun
new!Graduating seniors leaving town
dresser, 2 desks will take best offer.
rmmts. Please call, Iv msg 336-6882. 4- CALL 336-5866 leave 4-20-5-6
or mes.
.
Elys 375-0287. 4-17-5-6
.
Summer C-own bedroom In nice 2 bed-
MOUNTAIN BIKE cannondale 6 months DISNET/EPCOT/ 3 Day Pass-$50.00
room house, walk to campus, rent nego
tiable. 372-7086. 4-23-6-5 old, '90 frame red wyellow trim, fat tires, Great Deal III-Call 3359886. 4-18-3-6'
$400 firm. Brian 376-6509 leave mes
; Loftfreestanding w/carpet. Fits I2xl4ft.
4-17-5-6
M/F N/S Roommate wanted to share sage.
dorm. rm. must see $125 obo. 395-8516
4bd/3bth apt. on Tower rd. $145 + 1/4 util!,
Call 332-6559. 4-19-4-5 LOFT custom-made single bed w/ ladder Kim. 4-20-5-6
presents 9 mo old, very sturdy easily assem
CHEAPI! nil/ f needs same to share 3 brm bled/disassembled, apprvd by housing, VITAMINS ARE CHEAPER AT GAINES
Florida Premier International $125.395-8459. 4-17-5-6 VILLE GYM. 325 amino acid tablets
NW spacious home May-August. 135 +1/2
$17.00201 NW 6th St. 376-8400. 4-20-
util. Woodsy yard. 372-9858 evenings. 4-
:r
Kingslze waterbed bookcase, drawers 5-6

Male Dance Team Mature n/s f to share 2bd/1 1/2ba townhouse and rails $180 OBO. Men's red 10 spd,
furnished, near UF summer &/or $60. Call Michelle 3785512. Iv message. Peach couch good condition $150 negotiable -
call Christy 336-4785 'leave mes
fall $175 + 1/2 335-4070.. 4-18-3-5 4-17-5-6
Wednesday the 18th sage. 4-20-5.8

F Rmmt needed to share lux apt at Laurels Windsurfer Mistral Maul
Queen size waterbed.Nice wood, heater,
May-Aug, own bd/ba. w/d ft Good Condition, 2 sails,
. "Hottest Male Dance Act in America. great roommates! $200/mo pool+ 1/3 sauna util Kim New Mast $400 and pads. Pretty new. $125 neg. Call Lisa

, 335-5641 4-20-5-5 Call Jon 376-5726. 4-17-5-6 3367321. 4-19-3-6
Playboy

We need F N/S for FALL/SPRING for own Longboards $250 ea. On size wtr bed Bicycle trek 610, shimano components,
$100. Wetsuit full $75. Stumpjumper Mtn 19m, race blue, excel cond. $380. 375-
Winner of Florida's Chippendales"Man bdr In 3bdr 2ba Haw.VII. l48mo+1/3 util.
Call Elaine or Brenda 374-9636. 4-20-4-5 bike 275. Bud neon sign $100. Call 376- 2420. 4.20.4.6Schwinn
of the Year" 1803. 4-17-5-6
XR7 exercise bike. Excellent
N/s m roommate to share large speciousmasterrm
USA Data Systems Ine Computer Hardware condition-hardly used. $125 obo. Call
furnished w/d pool tennis Spar.
Playgirl centerfold magazine row Condos $105/mth/sec deps. Ph 332- software, tutor, FREE Installing. 373-5067 Iv msg. 4-23-5-6
0451 4-23-5-5 Student disc 336-4779 M-F 10am 4pm.
"Man of the Year" 4-24-10-6 Airline ticket one way to St.Louls Is leaving

Rmmt wanted for own bd/ba at Reflec Orlando May 16th.$99 Leave message -

LADIES DRINK FREE 8:00-10:00: : tions. Brand new apts, offer outstanding Couch chair & 2 end tables all matching 3350542. 4-19-3-6

. amenities in addition to a move In special wood, $125. 336-9461. 4-24-10-6 For sale: beige sofa-bed and loveseat set,
. Show Starts 8:30: $290 + 1/2 util.! 378-0703 or Iv msg. twin size Scandinavian bed rattan chair,
MACINTOSH for sale. 128k
programs 2 small coffee tables. Call 3730017. 4-
Lakewood Villas summer c $250/mo all Including MacWrite MacPaint, and comm.
LIVE ROCK-N 23-5-6
MUSIC *
I LIVE ROCK N-ROLL MUSIC LIVE ROCK-N-ROLL
util Included Jim 338-0078. 4204.5 program. $650. also: I need grad tix 336-

0903. 4-17-4-6 GREAT DEALS on various bdrm, dining, &
OAK FOREST-f n/s rmmt, own (turn mstr living room furniture. MUST SELL-pnces
bdr wprivate ba and balcony.lum.m.ravall Bedroom, living room ft dining room furniture Call Jodi at 3361560. 4235.6
sale. All in excellent condition! Call neg.
May 1-$240/mo + 1/2 util-call :
.
Out With the Old 335.8770. 4-19-3-5 372-8820 leave message. 4-26-10-6 One way ticket from NY City to G'vllle on ,

May 16, $50 obo. Call 3958073. 4-18-2-6
N/s 'for own room In 3br house In SW. MUST SELLI! Graduating, 3 desks sofas,

In With the New Garagefenced yardquiet neighbor- and more. Steve 335-6832. 4-18-5-6 Queen wtbd. w/ pads & backboard-$150;
hood.5 min to UF/Shands $135 mo+,1/3 surfboard-$50;electric drum set-$450;CD
utilities 336-1914. 4-19-3-5 BIKE, Centurion Ironman, 23 Shimano player-$30. Must sell. Mark 3736820. 4-
600 SIS, new imron paint, seat, wheels, 23-5-6
Need A Roommate For Falll! N/S/F, prefer' ... cond, $700 invest, will sacrifice $385.
Florida Book Store's Annual Sidewalk Sale upper division student to share 2 or 3 bdr. 378-6728 pm. 4-17-3-6 MUSICIAN: Beautiful Gibson disc guitar

apt. In Oxford Manor call after' 10pm Theresa $350 obo, Rockman unit $100, EV pro
Featuring 30% 90% offSPRING 373-5396. 4-20-4-5 Scan Design King Bed Dinette, Desk, qual vocal mic $125. negot. 373-8516. 4-
Bookcase Dresser. 376-2933. 4.18-4-6 23-5-6
1BR avail. late Apr, or May 1. Large

house. Washer-Dryer. C.ntralalr a heat Macintosh computer double hard disk CAMERA SAlEI!

Gator Wear i $200/mo. + 1/3 util. Prefer creative artist drive,imagewriter printer, mouse and disk 'Get exposed to our HOT deals III SA/lfSlGS__ or progressive politics or grad student. cabinet $900 OBO. Call 372-6750. 4-18- Best 371-GEMS.. 4-23-5-6
--- a Books. Call 376-4716. 4-20-4-5 4-6


9 Supplies Quiet clean, friendly n/s-own rm In FOR SALE bedroom furniture queen bed, 7 REAL ESTATE

Software 4bd/2bth house behind Norman- dresser, 2 nighttables desk/chair. Excellent
e Computer frple.entrl ac/heat avail 'fall+; condition! Great price nego. 335- Must Selll) Excel cond, condo 2br/2ba,
$185/mo1/4 376-0549 eves. 4-20-4- 4321. 4-19-5-6 Pebble Creek area, 2739 39 Dr..Call 813-
666-5686 8138823525.. 4-30-24-7 .
Today thru Saturday In front of the Rmmt needed for Summer. Own bdrm In Graduating! Couch, endtables, lamps
a 2bdrm/1bath apt. Furnished. Homestead bedroom furniture. Will take best offer. Assumable 8 1/2% Low down only
apt. $150/mo. Call Bill at 3360652. Call 378-1733. 4-17-3-6 $310/mo Pal. Adorable Spacious iBdr

Florida Book Store, wloft, ceiling, fan. skylight, vertical
Graduating Furniture for sale, full bed, blinds Indry rm. storage ft 2 decks.Beau
6 FOR SALE dresser desk coffee table, and more. landscaping w/lot of Dogwood & Azaleas -
9:30am-6:30pm: : Mon-Fri Sat. 10:00am-2:00pm: : Stacey 335-9800. 4-19-5-6 374-4923 or 376-4702 eves/wknds.

Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
1614 W. Univ. Ave 376-6066 brands are all at our New Location) Car Graduating-selling all. 2Bdr'sdlningoak Classifieds.
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- end tables, etc. LOW Prices! call 336- ,..

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CONDO -Brand/win Furnl 2bdr/lba/ CHEAP 1978 Chevy Caprice 4dr runs ? Running out of time? Let Gator / WordPerfect ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER/
Jacuzzi, sauna, wl/rm, 1'001,1/2 ml to UF, very smoothly, very dependable transportation Moving pick-up, store ft deliver your be- 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for
2-3 peop, assume mortgage $515/mo & $500 call 335-5956. 4-20.5.9 longings to you in the fall. 374-4791,374- dependable, personal service. Tara 332- program specialists: Team Sports, Ten
Condoles, 378-3772 Tim. 4-19-5-7 4488. 4-30-21-11' 1469. 4-30-54-12' nis; Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire:
'1971 Ford Econoline Custom Van. Has Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave

HILLTOP MANSION on 4 acres. 4BR 31/2/ sink, propane stove, fridge, table and ONE STOP DENTISTRY 24-HR TYPING/WPS LASER PRINTER Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), Hi
BA Swiss Chalet style home. Prime loca bed. Many new parts. $1100 OBO 373- ENGLISH GRAD -edit/proof/spell no Horseneck Road Montville NJ 07045.
Accepting new pts emerg. 3763649. 4-25-21-12 Please call 18007760520.
tion. $280,000.Cindy 7909. 4-20-5-9 Cholesterol Ripp 4-18-48-13
Adult cleaning $30, child $20
Realtor 3726881. 4-26-10-
Bailey 77 Olds Omega runs great. new: batt, ((4)) Wisd. tee. $325, ((3)) Wisd. tee. $250 Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate reliable

t 150 acres-long road frontage close to I- A/C/ tires, alt, radtr, & more. $850 obo call ((2)) Wisd. tee. $200 service. Masters In English will check EARN $35This
75/Williston/ Rd. $5600 per acre. Very 336-0252 leave message. must sell III) 4- Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V, AE spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 3731937. 4-30- week for new donors (for 2 plasma
wooded. 1949Is Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people. 23-12
H.T. Gonsoulin, DDS 372-9521 donations on our new automated ma
Cindy Bailey Realtor 3726881. 4-26-10- chines. Special bonus programs each
It True You Can Buy Jeeps lor $44 4-30-18-11' BJ's 24 hour wordprocesslng. Reports, month. Free refreshments' free parking.
By Owner-Suburban Heights, 4bdr.den,2 through the U.S. Government? Get the resumes, cover letters and more. Call
1/2 ba, living rm-tireplaceformal dining.Ij facts today! Call 1-708-742-1142' Ext. Van Trailer 8ft high by 40 ft long by 8 ft 3368535. Call returned ASAP. 4-30-21-' Call Experienced staff Gainesville serving you since 1969.
or stop by plasma 238
family rm, 2400 sqft, 15,000.377-0497. 688. 4-17-1-9 wide for summer storage purposes. For 12
4-20-5-7 Info 332-8878 Mr. Kaplan. Iv msg ft phone SW 4th Ave. 378-9431' Mon-FrI8-7 Sat.

80 Fiat Spyderconv/5spd/Some maim. 8. 4-27-15-11" **ACEWORDPROCESSING* 82. 4-30-73-13
2br,1 1/2ba twnhse In exc cond. Shell Great summer car. l900/obo. Call
Resumes, term papers, dissertations Full time summer counselor .
camp positions
wed
Beautiful Live Guitar Music for
Rock Villas, orlg owner. Extras me Georgi) 3759925. Lv msge. 2.0L. 4-18-2- your technical. 335-7064 4-20-15-12'
legal, avail. G'ville YMCA reliable
fireplceiling fansw/d. If qualify assume 9 ding or party by exp. professional. Acous. people
332- tic or dance music avail. Larry 336-5624. who enjoy children. Call 376-7172. 4-17-
10% FHA loan w// low down. 41,900. Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near 5-13'
8324 Iv msg. 4-23-5-7 81 Lancia Beta, silver, AC, sunroof blk 4-17-5-11' campus. Dependable, quality service.
leather, a fun car to drivel $2750 obo call
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
Ceramic decorating 10 hrs wk. Art-
Will 335-2698 Iv msg. 4-23-5-9 Need Help Moving?? per
8 MOTORCYCLESSick Students moving Students Fast Reliable, 373-4464. 41711.12 ed, art, etc Job begins May 90. Close to
UF. Reply to Box 286. Gainesville 32602.
we'll do it all. Erick 335-7617. 4-
Cheap
10 WANTEDLocal QUALITY ft Laserprint. Thesis
*
of parking? 87 Honda Elite 50 typing 4-18-5-13'
Scooter 4900 miles, excellent condition 30-12-11' resume, papers. UF grad owner. Scribe

$500.377-2357 4-19-10-8 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class RESUMES don't wait till the last minute, Services 821 NW 13 St. 3776170. Insurance office needs full time receptionist -
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine get the best now. For appt. 378-6165, **** 4-30-30-12 for summer May7-Aug24, 8.5,
1988 Tomos Moped, Excel Condition, re- Jewelry 3739243. 4-30-75-10 2950 SW Archer. Also Mon-Frl must have typing & computer
see our grad an-
cent full srv checkup. Call Craig at 378- nouncements. RESUME CITY. 4-20-5-11' IBM Compatible, WP 5.0, Laser printer, skills. Call for appointment 3772077. 4-
8524. 4175.8 Desperately need 2 graduation tix. Will legal/medical/ terminology, reports, pa- 18-5-13
pay $. Call 335-2974 and leave message. VIDEO DUPLICATION pers, thesis. Call 3782034. 4-20-11-12'
88 Honda Elite LX Perfect cond, 112 mi. 4-17-5-10 VIDEO EDITING EIN/ESI major for research In microprocessors
Bought for $1300 in Oct., asking $1100 Walton Electronics Typing and Wordprocesslng Legal, A/D & D/A conversion, servos,
obo. Helmet incl. Eves 377-3833. 4-17-5- In DESPERATE need of Grad Tickets. 376-5658 term papers, etc. Professional quality and sensors. Call 377-9618. 4-19-5-13
Willing to PAY. Interested please call reliable seivice.. Call Nancy, 3722750.
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resumes cassettes transcribed applications 4-26-10-12 Baymeadows Rd. 4-20-5-13
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
INTERCEPTER 750. With Kerker Ex- letters *etc. Available
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84 HONDA AERO Scooter new battery, 4x4x4 $15/mo/
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call Candi 3769500. 4-23-5-8 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 For The Emerging

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a ALLIGATOR,TUESDAY, APRIL 17. 1

SPORTSUF




strikesa I Troubles may continue for Gators I IBy



the other two UF starters hitting over.300.
with ALEX MARVEZ
deal Alligator WriterIf The Leading New Orleans is Glenn Osinski

UF baseball team (.363, 36 RBI, 9 HR), Alan Bernard (.325,
the UF baseball team thought it had 29 RBI, 4 HR) and Anthony Leone ((.291,
faces New Orleans todayin '
trouble with Mississippi State over the 19 RBI).

SportsChannelBy weekend, the problems may continue at 4p.m. the Diamond Club Clas- The winner of the UF INew Orleans

today when the Gators play the Uni- game will play the winner of the Southern
JASON DAVIS versity of New Orleans in the first day of sic at Mobile, Ala. Mississippi/South Alabama contest,which

Alligator Staff Writer the Diamond Club Classic at Eddie Stanky begins at 7 tonight, in the tournament finalat
Field in Mobile Ala. ball/ESPN// poll.
7 p.m.Wednesday.Losers of both games
After considering contract offers from a The Gators ((21-20 overall, 4-5 in the John Pricher ((2-3, 3.09 ERA) is theGators' will play at 4 p.m. Wednesday.Brent .
competing network, UF signed Monday a
Southeastern Conference) allowed 34 runs scheduled starting pitcher fortoday's Stuart ((5-1,3.78)) is scheduled to
three-year, $1.7 million contract extension
in three games in two SEC losses to the game. Sean Franceschi, a senior pitch Wednesday for UF. -
with SportsChannel Florida (SCF) to televiseat
left-hander is slated for New Orleans.
UF is in tie in ,
Bulldogs. now a sixth-place
least 97 Gators sports events each year. Autopsy report delayed. The Al-
with 3.57 ERA
the SEC with Alabama. Franceshi is 5-2 this season a
In addition, the two parties announced the and two shutouts. achua County Medical Examiner's office
formation of GatorVision Network, a venture The Privateers ((27-16)) defeated Missis- still has not completed its autopsy on late

that will allow broadcast stations around the sippi State twice in three games earlier this Mike Moberg leads UF in batting witha UF pitcher Steve Georgiadis, who died

state to simulcast SCF's coverage of UF season,and also lost two close road games .338 average, and has 16 doubles and 21 March 17 from complications following
sports. Nine television stations will make up last week to Miami,the nation's toprankedteam RBI. Eric Martinez (.32531 RBI, 7 home shoulder surgery. Results were expectedlast

the GatorVision Network and will show 73 of in the latest Collegiate Base- runs) and Dave Majeski (.305, 13 RBI) are week but have been delayed.
the 97 events.
sports

SCF alone reaches 800,000 households,but is best teacher
Ryan experience
the addition of the broadcast stations, whichare proves

in markets that do not offer SCF, bringsthe I

million total households.The possible .viewership to nearly 4.1 Veteran coach gives UF, olfers 20 years of leadership on the linksBy

formation of GatorVision, as well as the avoids telling her players what do
contract extension, is the culmination of JEFF MORIARTY or what to practice."I .

nearly a year of negotiation with SCF. Earlier Alligator Writer try to give them nothing but

this year, the lucrative Gators contract was The day Mimi Ryan started encouragement,"Ryan said."With a.
pursued by Sunshine Network and its larger coaching varsity golf at UF, Rich- the facility we've got here to prac-

viewership of 2.85 million homes. ard Nixon was president, U.S. tice now, hell, I can just sit in my
"When we began negotiations, we were troops were in Vietnam and bell- office. I can make them go down

interested in achieving four things: reachingthe bottom pants were more popular there (the driving range), but I
most households, televising the most ath- than women's golf. cannot make them practice. Hit

letic events, maximizing the rights fee, and But since that day two decadesago golf balls, yes, but you can go
maximizing the marketing and promotion of ,bell-bottoms have gone out of down there and hit five million golf
our overall program," UF Athletic DirectorBill style and women's golf has contin- balls and you haven't learned a

Arnsparger said. ued to gain respect-even at UF. thing other than that you've got
"We found out that SportsChannel our Ryan has built women's golf at UF blisters on your hands."I {
television partner for the last three years into one of the most prestigious in
don't have to mold offenseor
an
was committed to the same things.Their final the nation.
mold a defense so I don't haveto
"
presentation gave us everything we wanted. 54 has been
Ryan, now a part have them all practicing the
Another aspect that made SCF's offer attractive of the athletic program longer "
things at the time.
same same
was the fact that SportsChannel America, than any other coach currently at
which reaches about 13 million homes nation- UF. She has coached players suchas Ryan says she lets her playersdo

ally, can pick up some of the events. Lori Garbacz, Laurie Rinker, their own thing because she
The deal with SCF includes televising: Donna White and Deb Richard, won't be with them the whole timeon

All 11 football games on a tapedelayedbasis who all have had successful ca- the golf course.

reers on the LPGA tour. During "I've got to make sure that I!talk

A minimum of 11 basketball games, Ryan's 20 seasons at UF, her players to them always with positive
15 baseball games, and : thoughts and hopefully that will t ei
18 other men's and women's athletic Never have finished worse 'osmosis' into them so that they II

events. than eighth in national champion- think of their golf game in positive

The balance will be in preseason sports ship competition. ways," she said.

shows, coaches' shows and the like. Won back-to-back NCAA titles Ryan said she stresses this pos-
SportsChannel America will televise the in 1985 and 1986. itive attitude even when the play

.., coaches' shows of football coach Steve Spur- .Won five SEC titles and seven ers write in their yardage books
rier and basketball coach Lon Kruger. of the last nine State Collegiate what they want to do on a hole.

The contract also calls for SCF to seek tournaments. In 1986, Page Dunlap approached
additional cable subscribers and broadcast Have earned All-America sta- her during a tournamentand

stations for the GatorVision Network. tus 22 times. told Ryan that her"think pos-

Ryan is a charter member of the itive" theory was correct because,
National Golf Coaches Hall of in her yardage book,Dunlap wrote
Men's tennis teamto Fame and the only coach ever to "Don't go left" on a hole.

have a team with all five players She hooked it left.

face Seminoles named All-America selections, "I said to Page, 'What are you
which she did in 1986.
. going to do?'and she said,"Get an
, And she's still
The UF men's tennis team, 16-6 overall going strong. eraser." Ryan said. 'The mind
This 'year her have
and 4-3 in the Southeastern Conference, golfers does not understand negatives; it r.
climbed to No. 6 national rank-
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State in its last non-conference match of ing and have a chance to win the those years you said, 'Don't do n. r ar
national title.Before .
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the Varsity Courts in February in a match coach because she wanted to"play not old.
that was closer than the score indicated. "You have to stay to keepup .
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GUERRY SMITH coaching. Unlike the traditional And she still doesn't wear bellbottoms she still laughs off ribbing about her 20 years, as UF 3:
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$ 4 ) TUESDAY. APRIL 17, 1990 Two men fighting discrimination. .9 UF renews SportsChannel contract. .20 Suspect in professor's death to use insanity plea By DUANE MARSTELLER Alligator Staff Writer tenI Peter Hansen. the tiFgradudle tu dentcharged in connection with the September slaying of HF professor Arthur Kiyoshi Kimura, was insane at the time of the shoot mng. his lawyer said Monday According to court records filed last week, attorney Stephen Bernstein wrote that HF psychiatrist George Barnard found that Hansen suffered from delusions and paranoia "of a grandiose and persecutory type on Sept 1, 1989 -the day Kimura, 41, died from a gunshot to the head Hansen, also 41, is charged with first-degree murder and has been held without bail at the Alachua County jail since his arrest the day of the shooting Police say Hansen shot Kimura, a professor of pathology at Shands Hospital, because he headed the commute thatdeied lnseni shitn t who wi9heir th t'.n1I .nisu 1O degree -In the option of Dr the [tme of the al leged crime, as a resuilt of his mental disorder, his ability to reason accurately was so severely Lioited and faulty that, while he knew the nature and quality of his acts, he was incapable of appreciating the wrongfulness of his acts," Bernstein wrote in his notification to rely on an in sanity defense The Florida written law so heoiih ixierti Ge orl od, it Ilrew prow t( Jens Peter Hansen, 41, is charged with first-degree murder and has been held without bail at the Alachua County jail since Sept. 1, 1989. notification is required by Circuit Judge Robert Cafes, S w ie \II ', I sI I nard louid I jin Nell suffers from a D sional (Paranoid) )SMordefr When lti rpsyvhiatrist ciated himat Shanhl. ill J a dV I mntians he sit fers rom tllD ot Bernstein said \londav 'te ties hIogs l i 0 Eler [ .of)leI callt I e netrs I tiu Ihit, \I \ r r L 1 1 \. Iiima It sINiil.' Il iw [ 1 11 (10 tow i (11 [it (I I' "h ,the old t~lod tcd Ille lim 1 etermmmilot Nfll I I law pool( ost' i:1 P e oi Ssr ss'e a l it' right %t I I wr i it kernstei si]d hi' Ir pt ol yo w d is hi delavtlal i me uul g l ow pu In ati i s Hw ', M s I 1 l s onti 111% Si Io'diI I it, em Ill \II'i hi, Fill it h teen dola I s ( ( 2 By MIKE BRUSCELL AllatOf Stltf N-I'r I w ; h t w' [I I |o N t' 1 .1 1 1 he Stit' \torn v en Reg sit': wm I know. beise 1i the \l lilf :Al) group performs songs h t onsIdet o scene Wednesday Fight at ItItor] I't he'll have the group arrel*'d After reading lyrics truli lhi gioup "As Nasty As they Wana Be" album, Register wasquoted in USA Today Moii day as calling [lie songs "the inst Ihy thing I've ever encountered Reg.sItr did not return phone calls Moinday Although Register said he would ]1hot group members arrest d if they pt(I formed obscene lyrics, Gain esv lIecp spokeswoman Lt Sadie Darnell soid Monday she has not received iistrhutions from the State At!ty s oIlito t closely monitor the concert "We don't plan to dit anything dillirently than we normally do for nri City," Darnell said "We're not going to be there to monitor the obscenity TheCrewaltratted majormedia atinton earlier this year when tov Bob MartmetIned banning the album froni FlorIda record 'tores beausL hE seid I t was obctene Indl he Ildnit aiit s iiF buying 11 1 1:30 a. t.: Several Itital g roups will gather at the McDonalds on Northwest 13th Street to pesent the fast-food restaurant with Styrofo ni dung a "We're McFed -Up Witi Styrofoarn' demonstrahon S p.m.: The Anmal I heration Front and Farth First will present brow ill (I it I I r I, \, .\J I I I i Irt I I' I o i | i Is I' tl K' I' I Ih I In r u s 1 IN i 0 o tr Il o Vlers Lw ,Iil'st'( Ii seli'.g a Ni!' 1r, Orui. ITI.Ln g r it I Im Id Ei y. Would i"t 'oirilu abou l ( oier the' Crew piidst(l ol ( tibal y LIN October I rai iots sell' ilboi -rsiI "on01 s'llt 1 Nat '''w It iu>',gh kiit i oIlr''scit !iidiI n rsm .tl ( I' 1 fIg he ilbumi i"sdn OF I 11" owrth [lie trouble, disu the group having two smligles on Iillhrtard maigi/m atest ol-30 rap iuiSic Ihe controversy siuoindg the grnroup makes the albumn a ho! seller it see Rap page 11 correction Ino ged wA 111 torti Ott 27 ollo'rI on i mnwhihI( HlaIwni Rocio Iss 1l5 mpood mordor c 17he VAlhalor 1wIoo (I Imat Mlondy "Direct Action for the Earth" ii Mt C arty AuditorimTIm 2:30 today through Thursday: Donate ci Global Releaf, a national reforestation mpaign, id recettv a onehour therapeutic massage wS sion, available at the Florida Sthl of Massage, .5408 SW 3th St asty' lyrics may get Live Crew arrested Et ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR Earth tones Dr Clay Montague, co-chairman of Earth Day 1990, looks on as UF President John Lombardi speaks about the environment to kick off Earth Day Monday morning at Tigert Hall t 1 1 n c I It I it L I" (I, (I ruon I li t 111f l, l it ') ,! I .1 1 1, 1 '1

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if.ATOR III1-jAY API[] I.oo POLICE BLOTTER _J 17-year-old raped in bathroom IIId"'g: II st"Ll4to (i LiTlI Ite'' wdcsr 1t ''1 \ 1. % L I woniI T) Iold Ala 111IT1 t county >i I', upstairs Iailh o nmI. A() spik, t cm rn Ii S[iu r tMiTne j Ili t 1 hef1 A L" rpd shortly hit lot, II I Iit Irgh lt I fuLoti "o '>I Ikt I h r I rf No IrT I hI fl been m'ad, Main s II I"o w ITd I 0 Il Ihe WII o lo w() W s .tIl inid c a parry it al 1Ipirl umi ri t turtllwr oi tn ( M KE BRUSCELL WHAT'S HAPPENING FRESII: Frid I rough Racal I xpricn( es sharing Lf Humaity will have an informal meeting tonight at 045 in the Oranlu & frew c(ll (liylee l'rl or Carrii Wellsh. 177-6/31 Karate: Ili Nunkdo {,irii ( Lob Will m Irt this iflirTino it I in t(l SConiell t inter Kirite Studio Sill 33J.0912 Tenantni is: hityofCaines lill, will have a Falr Housing Slidlord/ fenint Community Work shop to night at 7in the Gaintsvile Police )Npartaenl's multi-pur pose room. Call Bernadette Woody at 374-2108 Skis: The ator Waterski Club will nominate and elect new officers tonight at 8 in Reitz Onion Room h to Call Mike. 373 2176 Eettions. The Society of Wone Engineirs willel t newoffi rstonight a 7in Weill Ill Rintn -)I C.Al373-V%5 Books: l'li Alpha 'eta History will have a book sale today I'lrligion hIall Call 'aul, +r I CANCER Florida Division Inc volume 83 ill 6114 China: The C}hinese Club will meet tonight at 7 in Reitz Orion Rorm 35s Call Fir, 37 5093 USSR: Students going to Ih, soviet Union thi, s uner will Ine? tonight al 7 (I in lurlington fill Room 1101 1-our positions are still availabl(all F-va fullhorn, 392 2101 FineArts:'I h FineArt College Coun I wIl mi1t Widntsdy morei ngati 30intheCollegeofFine Arts Conference Room, Building A. Call Carl, 395-9795 AHA: The Art History Associaloon will meet today in Fine Arts Building C Room 201. Anyone interested in art 1% welcome. Call 336 8818 Awards: fhe (ollejr of l liberal Arts and Slrnes has extended the deadline for Student Hall of lime and reach-roftheYe.runlil I friday Call 375-2947 Reception: I riends and colleagues ire invited to a retirement reception for H arold Riker. Burt Sharp and E L lolbert Friday eight at 7 in the Arrediindo Room of the Reitz Union Call Carlos Hernandet. 192-0731 orjeff Nunn, 3721747 Count eling: he BetI Chapter of ( hI tagTai lota. an honor society for iunselmng prohssioiNals, will have. workshop this Saturday morning on DevlIopmental cou eling Theory beginning at 9 Call Micki Miller, 392 0731 Cure leukemia: Hairstylists 1o theRegisand Mastercuts Salons will sell haircare savings books for donations towards their goal to "Ctip a Cure" for cukenia until Saturday Call 331-1114. Young actors: The City of Gainesville is looking for local talent, children aged 2-4 and 68. to use in two I air Housing Public Ser vice Announcements Auditions for 24 year olds will bc Saturday, April 28 from II Itthe Gainesville Police Department Auditions for 6-8 year olds will be Saturday, May 5 front 1 -1 at the samre place Call Ber iadelte Woody, 374-2108 WINN-DIXIE HOPE LODGE at the University of Flonda. Gainesville, Florida ISSN 0889-2423 .1,h independent florid alligator aasciid With Fond Pub.hi iymp"t Cc number 142 ri imnsuncations. Inc, II Gainesville. FL Edsor LwjyC et M Onieon, Kay Rerbll MAsnts Editor Say Shaddan ApplunEddo, OmnAM Reagan Naw Edson, An Act. Or; Sae Cpays nChail Jon DVi String Edan, onmesorn; Lbran Nown Meod Photo Edltr SutallCook O, StafI Gef nwoher. Mks Brue. Mks Dam. Dran Ioyi Opion*E dlnr Tonya Sufon Rgg. rantChote art. Ron KalrIam. lars Masself.ir Spoot Editor Nsor Dais Judy A Piunks. Dan fMier. E Ann Soddd. 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Time for tuna "Still" Bill Toreki, a 29-year-old post doctorate student in material science, gives out free cans of tuna fish to protest the tuna boycott on campus. Toreki said people should not boycott American tuna boats and support Japanese fisheries. Last Friday, HJ. Heinz Co., Van Camp Seafood Co. and Bumble Bee Seafood Inc. said they would stop buying tuna that was caught in nets that also trap and kill dolphins. Administrators release results of condom sales on campus By RONALD DUPONT JR. liss lr"t ( "lLil 6it d hau lo(iA'k"s (01 Alligator Writer it Iltdil lo.l.,ltd IotIi {hi sunlar uit-omn1i More than 4O condons have been sold frorn 'Il itIFlIt hi mierestiig t, (,, swhat !Ippen, machines in Ul bathrooms, with more condoms when we havt high sIauol visnaivons,' (,ut'kinst being sold in the Reit Union bathrooms than Iny soil other area, a UF official said Monday About 25 machines were installed on campus in March, and during the following week -Spring Break -16 condoms were sold A week later, 252 condoms were sold, Administrative Affairs Assot oate Vice President Ed Poppell said at a UF Task Force on AIDS and HIV Infection meeting And froii March 28 to April 3, 122 condos wi re sold, with 41 dispensed in dormitories, 30 is pensed from health center machines and 51 (its sensed from the Reitz Union "It would appear the Reitz Union would be the winner because of the traffic In there,"PFoppell said "I suspect we're going to see the sales at the Ret Union go like a roller coaster, depending on the visitations." Sask foror iimbels sild past stitlies ,howed hat (oildom, sais al local s10re" went IT) When mnI sive ihtoups )l people. stich is a;tim, ior visit tors for sporting 'vet'. Camlse to viTn I t. broad box site lathiles, pl(t'(] ileni and vihoe' bhims dispense honit lubi toted (ndomls ior 50 Collis tsh h ina unme With low to diret von, ill siim).iiisI .ld I nglislh (,aduano sillk [ I[ ve \\"ItNol om la i lask Port inicmbt r, sond hit wAs noL surprseil bv ihio sales igt .s ta d (redit'd [lit' Iitimberst 10 heightenedd awv ies~ treated by Ihe taskitmre 'I would like to hink it was beiauiot .ll the Condom posters that were Iut i). le saoId, reler ring Co when he and others hung about 6,000 posters on AIDS and condom usage March 28 Ralph Nader to speak at UF Consumer advocate to discuss environmental By USE FISHER Alligator Writer Consumer advocate Ralph Nader will "give a little bitofeverything" dunngaspeech Wednesday night at 8 in the Florida Gym, Accent Chairman Rich Brilliant said. Brilliant said Nader will talk about more than the environment and conservation during the 15minute speech. The 56-year-old consumer advocate, envron mental activist, attorney and author will speak as part of UFs Earth Day 1990 celebration The speech is sponsored by Student Government's Environmental Affairs Cabinet, the Environmental Action Group and Accent, SG's speakers bureau April 22.1990, marks the 20th anniversary of the original Earth Day when people across the country reacted to the 1960s environmental crises. Since the beginning of the semester, groups such as EAG have sponsored activities in an effort to raise environmental awareness and rejuvenate the environmental movement on campus. In a 1988 interview, Nader said the future of the environment lies in education. "Developing a sustainable, efficient global economy is going to require ageometrically higher level of urgency in the next 20 years. than in the past I 20 years,"Nader said. "Ecologists and sustainable. economics types have forsaken the younger gen. eration. A whole new learning has to pervade our culture. Our youth are leading for a world that doesn't exist issues tlt lBrilhoi ad Noder, who) hlvped estahlesh the I ivic i ii-i m .iid ProIt it1 AgnIcy and e, it tIe If, V DTuikig X'trr Aci, Ilso will h',su consuernghsommmlya in( (n Congress "WXe'i',kd luin to give Is a title bit of everything lurifliil sid it year Nai r spoke uigamst Congress' 51 pet alit poin cost' [ alenied people dOI t refus( to serve because of ousy py. hee refuse to serve he'ause ol loisv govern ieiit he II A ( rusader for the toiion mi.m iCr ioru than 20 years, Nader betiame the ounider of the consumer rights movemien lit m Amirea when ie attacked the Delroit autBtibiie IItduIsIrp during the 1960s with his book, Unie at Alnv Speed ie I)es igned in /o ngu'n of/the Apmnrra Automnrjbdc Nader's most recent work, Te Flig Boys Power and Poosrton in American Business, explored the beliefs and business practices of the leaders of nine of America's largest companies Nader's $5,000 honorarium ard the approximately $500 in production costs will be paid for by the three groups sponsoring the show, Brilliant said The speech, which he %and probably would draw more than 2,000 people, is free and open Co the public. Brilliant said Nader's speech was a great way for Accent to end the semester, especially in conjune[ion with Earth Day 19W0 There isn't five minutes that go by on CNN that you're not watching something about it," he said SG officials urge more blacks to become involved (blacks) because they don't have the same students to get involved in SG Weston and cabinet Aliy o E E Popportunities whites do," she said. "EveryMeyer co-wrote a letter to newly-elected "Women and niorines have to start AIgsgtor writer body needs a mentor Black Student Union President Angela Euing advantage of those opportunities." W Law participation and representation of But black students may have a mentor in banks, asking for her help to encourage ton said "If the door is open, you've go blacks in Student Government have Student Services and Financial Aid Execu. black students rush in prompted some SG authorities to take active Director Marna Weston, one of the few The letter states that Browne's adminisEubanks could not be reached for tI lion. But a former Student Body President blacks in SG tration is highly flexible and new positions. t b t W I d T esda she said many blacks won't get involved unless they find a mentor SG is dominated by fraternity and soroity members, said former Black Student Union president and former Student Body President Pam Bingham. White Greeks are groomed for SG involvement early, while black students are not, she said. Blacks are not involved now in SG because they have no black role models or mentors, Bingham said. "In subtle ways, people can exclude Weston, who was appointed by Student Body President Michael Browne. said he can serve as a role model and try to motivate blacks and women to a take initiative "I have to see it as my responsibility as an Afro-American student to be in the mainstream, but at the same time, make sure the door is kept open for the next minority," Weston said. Weston and Senate President Andrew Meyer have combined efforts to urge black such as executive directorships, can be created Meyer sent a letter to 350 student organizations about two months ago urging blacks to apply for open Senate seats but none applied Browne's executive directorships and assistant directorships are other opportunities. Weston said Browne has already appointed seven black assistant directors and one black director to his executive Lakest to ButBien ,IF es on sai IF y a receptive to his ideas Bingham said that generally, blacks don't want to get involved in Student Senate be cause they don't want to be told how to vote by party leaders. Blacks would rather get involved in cabinet directorships, she said, where there is not as much dictatorship "Black students. I thinkare not into party voting or block voting, so they'll go into see Wiston, page 13

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ELSEWHERE Bensonhurst trial proceedings begin NlEW YORK (U'PI) -lhe alleged ringleader in the slayorFg of a blik k teenger in Brooklyn's Bensoihurst section boasted he w going to blow the head olf" of any black who dared to attend a party in the neighborhood the night i lie killing, a prosecutor 1.1d Moanday Keith M tondeo, I. warned a local white girl "nor 1 bring any bla ks to the uiighborhood or he would slihoi Ihem," l'puy listra i Attorney James Kohler 'aid in opIII ng i siatelit I
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1IIFSDAY. A'IL 17. 1q90 4 11J.1Ir 3 nominated to fill vacated senate seats By ANTHONY LEDERMAN Alligator Writer Your basic, quasi-fashion, funky, fun, crazy, zany, natural fiber sportswear and assorted goodies store for men and women. 1025 W. University 336-7025 see Sen.t., page I Finalists begin interviews Fine Arts dean search committee meets candidates By CHRISTY HARRIS Alligator Staff Writer Two of the five finalistsseeking UF's College of Fine Arts dean position interviewed for the job earlier this month, and the search committee plans to give a shortened list to the provost by mid-May. The five men were chosen from among 69 applicants in the search that began last November Although one woman was chosen as a finalist, Margaret Merrion from Ball State Uiversity in Indiana declined to continue in the search prices. when she became fine arts dean there The finalists are Richard Domek, College of Fine Arts dean at the Univerity of Kentucky, John Goodheart, Indiana University's School of Fine Arts director. John Laughton, Division of Arts and Letters head at St. Mary's College in Maryland; Donald McGlothlin, School of Fine Arts director at the University of Missouri-Columbia; and Frank Tirro, Yale University's School of Music dean. For McGlothlin, who already interviewed, thejob would meancoming home Hewas UFs music departmentchairman from 1972 to 1976. Search Committee Chairman Budd Udell said the group will forward two to four names to the provost and President John Lombardi, who will pick the new dean from the group's recommendations. The search committee wants the new dean to start July I Udell said the committeess looking for tome one who can establish a relationship betw t11 the college and the new Harn Museum and performing arts enter, both of whichareuinder construction on campus ".ere's some concern that (the museum and center) are operatig without connection to the university," Udell said "We want to tie themmand makeuseofthemin aneducational way Udell also said the new dean should be available to students. "Its increasingly difficult the higher up the administrative ladder you go to maintain close contact, he slid. "Baut it's% important iot try The chance for dialogue is very important Search Committee member Robert lhomcpson, a theatergraduate studentagreed the new dean must be accessible to students. "The things I'm looking for are a definite interest in student opinion as to how the College of Fine Arts should be run," Thompson said "'' aYso interested in their philosophy of teaching, because we can talk about money until we die, but if we don't have a strong academic program, we get nowhere Founding College of Fine Arts Dean Joseph Sabatella will resign from his administrative duties at the end of June and resume teaching in the art departiieni / / / 4' .U D~ I [ GO I A> r If C >0 It took Freud 38 years to understand it. You have one night. The psych exam is in 12 hours. And your id wants to party. Your ego wants to conk out But your superego knows you need to stay awake tonight to cam. Fortunately, you've got Vivarin. It helps keep you awake and mentally alert fir hours. Softly and comendently So all your brainpower can focus on understanding the brain. If Freud had used Vhin, mae he could have understood the brain stertoo. *1-c~n~-Md 1? ~Rei i i it 4IIN; tiafl 1 ci cj*.tmnitiirwj ac After Student Government's Board of Maw, ters ruled last week that Student Senate's Replacement and Agenda Committee must re-vote on a nomination for a vacant senate seat. the committee has decided to reconi mend both nominees instead of one 'Me Board, SG's version of the Supreme Court,' led that R&A had acted illegally when it changed its nomination fraim Gloria Markus to Camilo Munoz hours before senators were to approve the replacement of former Sen Charlie Grapaki sseat. Grapski was found ineligible to continue in the Senate because of grade problems Grapaki filed an appeal to the Board after senators approved the Munoz nomination. He said, and the Board ruled, that the committee violated the Florida Government in the Sunshine Law, which requires 24-hour notice of public meetings The Board vacated the illegally filled seat and the committee was given the option of Snap Crack Pop Brain Crispies ;&'V20 E G RW

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I R .IT4 I PI N A 0 OPINIONS Salvation III a truly bombastic hunter. the 20th anniversary of Earth Day is approaching Flags are flying, concert noises are filling the air, people are plastering posters and depart ment stores are selling shirts commemorating the event. It is absolutely impossible to avoid its presence. Like Elvis, Earth Day is everywhere But unlke nostalgic events such as the 20th aniversery of Woodstock, Earth Day is much more There's a critical point behind all the hoopla. The promoters of Earth Day events aren't doing it because environmental issues are chic. Granted, protecting the Earth is a popular issue, but these people are spreading the word that our planet is dying because most people just don't give a damn. Earth Day is a chance to educate the large, environmentally-ignorant portion of our country It's a chance to teach people how to change the way they live As the caretakers of the Earth, young adults must change their actions if they intend to survve It's not enough to avoid styrofoam once in a while It won't do much good if they intend to recycle newspaper and aluminum cans, yet throw them in the trash with everything else. Becoming environmentally conscious doesn't mean you must buy the T-shirts or own the latest best-seller on con servation fIn order to make an impact, you simply can Istel to information people such as Earth Day organizers provide for free and react. Without implementing what 'ou have the opportunity to learn, the intentions become h hypocritical. Environmentalists are faced with the serious challenge of trying to inform an apathetic society. People generally believe that they alone cannot make an impact on their world. That is nonsense, In fact, individuals can make a contribution every day by changing the way they do simple things like brushing their teeth or shopping. A running faucet of water expends three to fivt gallons of water down the drain every minute it's or, says the best-selling book, 50 Simple Things You Cat Do to Save the Earth By just wetting and rinsing your toothbrush. you use just one-half gallon of water, saving up to nit gallons each time you brush. And if every American shopper took one less bag during their purchases each month, millions of bags each year would not be wasted, the book states. Don't ask for a bag when buying a six-pack or a notebook at the Hub, it's unneccesary. In exchange for an ounce of extra attention, the lower demand for new bags prevents the need to cut down more trees. See. Just two simple actions can make a difference. Imagine what would happen if more was done. Those preaching the Earth Day gospel may sound like bible-thumping preachers, but they have to. Society has ignored earlier warnings about the environment and now the only way to save the Earth -and the human race is to scream with their loudest voice. alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Letter Poly eners to Veo tk aosld ass soeed 200 wowds (bcu one SotO Pess Thv IIoI Ie too ars saed ner touid acis ea ntes nae. .nt 9 an tanletospe cartbel Mr. all be wllhead Nlthe wffhei trqs just cas if to t Nal u.Vcnt call tIe etoa pose Willr M 37445 71 Penny pranks lead to punishment Most people, especially students living on campus, have heard of penny-locking or being pennied-in. It is one of many practical jokes that are played on dorm residents The following rue story shows an overview of how one student's life was turned upside-down by a few pennies Last December, a female dorm resident was penied-in late one night She realized it that morning. and the resident assistant removed the pennies and opened her door Because the resident viewed this practical joke as a personal attack, she had the situation officially documented by housing personnel and an investigation ensued. Within two days of the incident, the guilty party confessed A month later, he was brought in front of the Residence Hall Sudent Conduct Board TheBoard broke their own rules by having witnesses testify at the hearing after the defendant had already pleaded gilty to all charges. The defendant was not given written or verbal notice of his nghts until he arrived at the beanng The Conduct Board had the minimum number of people presiding -three -one of whom works in the area office where the defendant lives. Unfortunately, details of this incident were common knowledge in the area office, so an unbiased judgment was impossible. Despite these judicial errors, the Conduct Board decided to have the offender removed from hoi'ing-. An appeal was made to Irene Stevens, based on the Conduct Board's harsh pumshment Flabbergasted by the severe punishment, 81) percent of the defendants fellow-residents signed a petiton stating that they did not want to lose such a well-liked and involved resident. The resident who m m oo ErMD l Victim is satisfied with plea bargain Editor: In the April 13 column on rape, Debbie Cenziper revealed her anger toward our justice system. She discussed the case of Robert Falgan, who received a sufficient sentence through a plea bargain that saved the other victim and Debbie's friend a lot of unnecesry heartache. It is obvious Ms. Cenziper does not know all the facts I do. I agreed to that plea bargain. I was raped. n. Elana Gussou' S PEAKING OUT was penmed-In even signed the petition because she thought the punishment was too extreme, and she had never meant for the situation to get so cared away Refernng to the petition signatures, the defendant said Irene Stevens stated that a murderer or a rapit could have circulated such a petition just as well, le said she didn't want to her how unfair his Conduit Board hearing was, and she decided he could live oni campus but not in the same area Nowjusta mnute,howdoesanathletelike Dwayne Schinizius get off with a written reprimand for cornnitting a misdemeanor, and one practical joke gets someone thrown out of a don they have lived in fur several years> According to the Student Code of Conduct, this practical joke is considered disorderly conduct The defendant's next step was an appeal to Dean Scott He decided to support Irne Stevens' decision As a result of the futile attempt to achieve justice, the defendant withdrew Irom UF, moved back home and made arrangements to transfer to a different school. If the UF administration was trying to teach our dorm a lesson, we have only learned that telling the truth only gets us in more trouble, and that the Ul Conduct Board and appeal processes are unfair and a waste of time Elana Gussow Is a senior in the College of LIberal Ars and Sciences. in the United States of America, everyone accused of a crime is innocent until proven ilty In court, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the person in question did Indeed commit a crime, Faigan had a fancy, well-paid attorney who possibly could have found a loophole in the state's case if this had gone to court He could have walked away free. I didn't let that happen. Robert Faigan will serve nine months in prison and three months in rigorous boot camp with a pobation period of four to five years It is important to remember that during which he can't even walk into a place where alcohol is served. Debbie's friend felt her agony and pain was all for nothing, but I am so grateful to her for cong forward and showing me that we women really can come together. stand up for ourselves. convict a criminal and send him to prison. Through Christia love, I have forgiven Robert Eric Faigim. I believe that he is ,eitally Ill and is receiving proper treatment for this illness as well s his alcoholism. I still believe in our justice systen. Nam withhMW by tOqieit TIM MelDli il n l&IW

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lI l SDAY. APRIl I 194) ALI1AIOT. / .S. aid to Israel protest smaller than anticipated By BRIAN STENBERG Alligator Writer Fewer supporters than expected turned out Monday for a protest and candlelight vigil planned to coincide With the deadline for filing taxes, but some of the protesters said they managed to educate some passers-by about their cause. About six protesters said they hoped to convince tax filers attempting to beat the midnight deadline at Gainesville's main post office that their tax dollars are being spent to fund atrocities in the Middle EasL "If onestenth of the people I hand this to read it, it was worth it," said Rose Hassoun, a graduate student who gave away fhers from the Palestiman Hurian Rights Cam paign and Act on Consuience for Israel/ Palestie, co-sponsors of a" think ba the event "It's a slow process are more of educating people," she said with flu A stream of cars flowed past the protest gra as drivers dropped tax returns into a bin across the street Two postal workers watched the procession. Some people who entered the post offic glanced at the table and poIstersthe protest ors sert up gear lihe steps sically people concerned ir taxes." -Jeff Coupe duets student funds human rights tinian Arabs A few stopped to sign apetition pressor Ing legislators to end support for Israel, which protest orgaini ers said shouldn't receive $3 S billion front the United States because the money violations againstPalesOur pIser-by said the group was ciann atoiimoi'onminsideifithe post office But Jim C rucchfield. a postal worker who stood o the lobby. id lie didn't nolike anythmig unusual 'I thimk basically people are lte Lonterned with their taxes," said Jeff Coupe. a graduate student who outed the IrotestCrs to carry a poster and discuss the issues Coupe said those who stopped were re ceptive to the group's views. "There are still people who equate the situation that if you're for Palestiuan rights then you're against Israel," Coupe said "But we haven't heard much of that today FkI 41 erornoslu In ln' 11%is"ul il opr ot frf I II ** ****** *** **** ** * $35 for complete TUXEDOS: i****21 iiKri 7S-2**** 'TI AtlAt ZMWLD HAIR K r 0PH1 TM r li o f y t $35 SPIRAL PE M J S Hi-LIGHTS K 5 LEISURE CURL 4($20 RELAXER $3S CARE-FREE CURL MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN K Wl-INS WELCOME OPEN MON-SAT 10-6 pm 374-9687 K GATOR PLAZA 13th St. A Univ FREE PARKING 50% OFF AUL PRODUCTS How're you going to do it? p 16INM Pe. Ifll S,,4IT1/2 not oth hel u off buwfit 1i n get off off 1 1ll a Let,1 -art ml gralunde .held or 4n lthdi job. I lo Iw/i' (nmeI W ith t nr -10uI. pIon tOi t solare.dI I ill illiti a d I n I i tOr thspla. OX i IhI da ifiditiit rI and the I biM IS/2 luau for I .irnmu g. i'* 0 n atordable lon ln li grial nFii i pro r, on hrve uroodeli t li IBM Pr rtr Hi conI' wit tIon long. Get a ump Ion fil' lIuure a am with Cn IBM PS/2. / i IBM, U STUDENT HONOR COURT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Chancelor Robert W. Lloyd Has gers: Coer, Grossman, Innis-Thompson, Marcus In the matter of CHARLES ). GRAPSKI vs. STUDENT SENATE and the REPLACEMENT AND AGENDA COMMIlTEE The Board of Masters has declared: The Snute Sea. flC-32607 is hereby vacated We renand selebcon and nominations to the Chairperson of the Replacement and Agenda Contiute to oei 1) Allow the Fnt vote taken on March 11, 1990 1 stand, or 2) Reconvene t comarme for a reconsideration of thr notation, Ladies The Former Chippendales Is Coming To Gainesville Seduction will be appearing at Central City at 8 pm on Tuesday, April 1 7th Dancers featured on Phil Donahue A Mel Gibson look alike A Playgd ienterld A model featured in GO magamne 4One of the hottest mile reievs to come out of Califomia in years" states the Times. "thre than just a male review says USA Today. .All ladies 18 and older adrmitted. Tickets are $100. Available at Cenly Sldetton a in no way connected to Chqpndaks megisied tfademMak of Easbe Ens COME SEE US AT: The Law School Mon. April 16 10:00 to 3:00 The Hub Tues. & Wed. April 17 & 18 10:00 to 3:00 mommom

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" I ,~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ -IsI111 11 r r, Annual Energy Run To Be held On UF Campus Saturday Runners can register now to participate in the fith annual Energy Awareness 5K Run, to be sponsored by the UF Physical Plant Divisions Energy Conservation Offite at 8 15 a.m Saturday The 3 1-mile run wdl bein at the Physital Plant parking lot on dio Road and Will follow a course around Lake Altce Runners can enter individually or as teams it fet All entrants will receive a T-shirt, and trophies and medallions will be awarded to winners in various age grou ps Advane registration formsareavaiable at local athletk stores and health clubs or M be obtai ned by ailing the Energy (-'nsersation Oti'ne. 392-5550 Advance registrat ion, through April 20, costs $4 Runners can also register for $5 from 7 to 4 a in in the parking lot the day of the raiL For more information, call the Energi C conservation OffK e Women Students May Apply Now For West Memorial Scholarship Women students can apply now for the Josephine A West Memorial Service Scholarship, awarded each fall by the Office for Student Affairs The scholarship is for a student who has provided outstanding service to Up and its students The $4" award was established in memory of West, who died in 1985 after working at UV for 37 years, the majority of the time in Student Affairs To qualify, a student must be female and a sophomore or above, With a minimum 30 grade r int average Applicants must also be ul-time students in the fall and must demonstrate outstanding service Applicationsare avadable at Student Aftairs. 124 Tigert Hall, and must be returned there by 4 30 p in Friday, June I For more information, call 392-1265 UF Environmental Action Group Wins Service Award UF Campus Diplomats has recognized the Environmental on Grou as the 'Organization of the Seether'for rasmg awareness of environmental issues, problems and possible solutions and for implementing positive changes to make the UF campus and ath a healthy place. Social recogniion was also given to URS chapro fthe bic Relations S. dent Society of America, University Habitat for Humanity and Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honorary The award is given fall and spring semesters to cam us organizations demonstrating leadehp, service and campus involvement Applications for the award are avadable in the Reitz Union Student Activities Center Gator Growl Ticket Ordering Policy Changes For UF Students University of Florida students will no longer have to Wait in line to purchase their atior Growl tnkets Instead, they will be able to order them through the mail, just ab they have done in the past with football season tickets Gator Growl student ticket orders will be mailed to students this week, along with their football cards The Lost of each ticket is $6, which miulude" a $1 inCTeie in price to cover handling fees 'In the past,; Gator Growl Ticket Director Elizabeth McArthur said, "all of the Gator Growl student tickets were sold over a two-day penod, which created a lot of pressured competition among students to get tickets With this new policy, students can order their tickets throu h the mail and then they will have two weeks, from September 17 through 28, to pick up their ticket coupons" All incoming freshmen will receive their ticket orders during the summer Summer graduates will be treated as other university alumni and will be able to purchase their tickets through the University Box Off ice Students may order only one Gator Growl ticket each Married students may buy one extra ticket for their spouses Each order for a spouse's ticket must include a photocopy of the spouse card Ticket orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, and extra tickets wil be sold as guest coupons October 8 and 9. Like season football passes, Growl coupons will not be maded to students To pick up coupons, students present their fee card and a photo ID at Gate 13 of the stadium from September 17 through 28. Coupons can be exchanged for tickets the first week in October, and students may redeem up to 14 coupons at one time Groups of 15 or more students who want to sit together must apply for bloc seating. Details on bloc seating will be provided. Handicapped students do not need to order their tickets throu h the mad and can instead buy special passes at the Reitz Union's University Box Offce on September 26 and 27 "We all frrly believe that this new policy is a good idea:' said Growl Producer Bnan Guenther "Not only will it eliminate the long ticket lines, but it will allow more UF students to be able to see the show' Student Applications Due This Friday For Summer 1990 Study-Abroad Programs The Center for International Student & Faculty Exchanges has space available for student participation in study-abroad programs in counties such as Germany, England and the Soviet Union Deadline to apply is April 20 Students can earn credits toward graduation through these rograms, and the programs fulfill UF's summer residency requirement Financial adcan be applied toward the programs The program in the Soviet Union wil include excursions in Leningrad and Kiev, and students will study under professors from Moscow State University and Friendship University While earning three hours of Russian language credit and three hours of Russian culture credit, the students wil have the opportunity to see the Soviet Union Seven student slots are open in the Soviet Union program, which runs from June 28 to August 11 Total cost is about $3000 including air rare, rail and boat transporation in the Soviet Union, classes, hotels, rooms at Moscow University or Friendship University, visa processing and some food expenses Spaces available in other locations are Cambndge, England, 4, Germany, 15, Greece 15, ungary, 11, Innsbruck, Austria, 10; Italy (architecture only), 5, London, 15, The Netherlands, 16, Pans, 10; Poland, 15, Rio De Janeiro, 16, Spain, 15 and Yucatan, Mexcn, 4 (summer A) and 5 (summer B). Applications for the programs are available at the Center for Student & Faculty Ex. changes, 168 Gnnter Hall For more information, contact Diana Lopez, 392-4904 Free On-Campus Child Care Services Available To UF Students During Finals, Review Week Baby Gator nursery will provide free child care services during "Review Week" and "Finals Week" for chddren of all UF students needing assistance Child care services will be available weekdays from 5.30 to 9 30 pmnft come, fist-served basis Te number of slots available is limited Children must be todet trained and between the ages of 30 months and eight years. Parents must apply in advance for this e To ruest an location be maned to campus or hmaddise (campois address preferred), leave a message for the Graduate Student Council, Box 32, Reitz Unian, or call 335598 Application deadline is April 19. The service is funded by Student Goveminent and sponsored by the Graduate Student Council Education Placement Day Is Thursday In Union Students interested an a teaching career are invited to attend UFs Education Placement Dayhursday fromr10am to3p.m in the Ruitz Union Balhroom. School boards from across the nation will be present to offer prnnent job certunitie Openi are inoam m C Center, 392-10 Essa Exam Workshop Today t For Universiy The .of Instructional Resouran and News & Iinfofmatl the UF [teadm And Writing Center are ofgmop, "Takm Essay E :, UNIVERSI today at 2pm. n 2219 urlington Hall The workshop will present strategies for wntmng clear, cohesive responses to essay exam questions To register, stop by the Center at 2109 Turlington or call 312-0791. The Uivssity of Florida is an Equal OppOainM yIAffira.eff Adios liadih.an L' CAM 1111 NXT Wt1b TODAY ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "The Energttxs of Competition in Hummingbirds. Experimental Tests of Two Foraging Strategies, by UF zoology graduate student Hamr Fiebout, 3 45 p m 211 Bartramn Hall INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LEC TURE, "Decion Sup rt System for Regional Water Supply Planning," by UF environmental engmeenng professor and Flonda Water Resources Research Center director James Heaney, 4 05 p.m 320 Weil Hall UF WOMEN'S FACULTY ASSOCIATION End-of-Semester Social, 5 to 7 pm 111 SW 23rd Terrace. STUDENT VOICE RECITAL by UF music department students Karenna Heller, soprano, and Carl Ashley, baritone, 8 15 pom 120 Music Building WEDNESDAY CENTER FOR WETLANDS LECTURE, "Environmental Chemical Cycles and Chemical Education' by Up visiting associate professor of chemistry John Tyvoil, Salisbury State University, Salisb, Maryland, 11:45 a.m Room 3, Phelps boratary NUCLEAR SPACE POWER SEMINAR, "Advanced Multimegawatt Space Power Concept,' by UpF graduate Assistants Hanquan OAi and Ratan Kumar, 3 p i Nuclear Field Building, MATERIALS SCIENCE LECTURE, "Critical Issues in Manufact Gallium Arsenide for Integraed Chc? y Robert Linares, president, Linares Management Assoates, Sherbom, Massachusetts, 3 pn 349 Reitz Union, MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS SEMINAR, "Analysis of Robotic ManTulators though Symbohc Computation, by UF electoral engineering graduate student Mark Kilby 405 p.m., 20 Wed Hall BOTANY SEMINAR, "Apostasiads, Systematic Anatoim, and the Origins of Orchidaceae," by UF botany professor William Stern, 4 p in, 211 Batram Hall WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLOQUIUM, 'Gender, Writing Theory, and Classroom Management;' by UF assistant instructor Slinguistics Anne Wyatt-Brown, 4 pM, Burger King Meeting Room, 1542 W University Avre. HISPANIC AULTY ASSOCLA1ON meet 5.30p m., 334 Reitz Union. P"LfTICAL SCIENCE LECTURE, "Israel, America and American Jewry. A Second Look at the Triangular Connectron," by Temple Unsty political science sGor Edward Click, p.m., 109 Little vuCONTINUING FLORIDA PLAYERS reduction of Gilbert and Sullivan's "aes of Penzance" through April 21, 8:15 p.m, Constans Theatre Main Stage lckets, free to UP students and $&50 general public, available at UnIvers Bea Office 10:30 am.t aot. weekay. HEJ JUN,"a.hringof printsby UF MEA candidate lSdere AslaksonJennings, thro April 25 in Board Gallery 30 BultdingC, 8 tn 11:45 am, and 1Ito 4:45p'm. ivnkdN, JURIED AR SUENTS ITION featured works of UF art department students, thog April 29 in University an 3. h St., 9 a.M. to 5 p M Ge ; n S'W I A 5 p.m. Sunday. ART SHOW, Warrntis, Pries and God-Kings: Ancient Moche Art from Peru' featudng effi ssels and burial ceramics from the u-mllenium Mache culture, through May 4 in Griater Galleries, 9 am to 3 p.m. weekdays and I to 4p.m. Sundays. III~

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IIJESDAY. i T, PR, AILIGA )R,' of the same f ence Mark Wright and Nlkltah Imani have been arguing with each other all semester -each positioned on opposite ends of UF's racial struggle. Yet they share some common ground. Both men came from low-income backgrounds. They both were Inspired to pull themselves out and move on to higher education. And along the way, they both felt discrimination and knew It was unfair. So each, in their own way, started groups to combat that Inequality. stories by Debbie Cenziper %%photos by Kevin Wisniewski he formation of the White Student Union hit UF this year in one of its many sore spots -inflamed race relations. Still tender from hoitile confrontations with black groups late last semester, UF once again was smeared across the front pagesofnewspapers, this time for being home to a group of about 30 students who wanted to form an official group as a balance to the campus-registered Black Student Union. Many campus groups and students reacted with bitter protests and denouncements against the WSU Some thought the group was a cover for the Ku Klux Klan or racistskinheads. Others compared it to the Nazi regime and white supremacy. Most agreed it was a stinging slap in the face to blacks, who were striving for a stronger campus voice and better minority representation Afterabout three monthinof tryingto register, the group gained official status from UF in late March. The group's soft-spoken president, Mark Wright. said he formed the group because he is against Affirmative Action laws and minority scholarship recruitment. The 23-year-old engineering major from St. Augustine said that just two weeks ago, he was passed up for an engineering scholarship, even with his 3 6 grade point average. Wright said he was told that of the $115,000 available in scholarship money in the engineering school, $55,000 was reserved for black students. 'Tis is an example of minority scholarship recruitment and reverse discrimination, he said. "All aid should be based on need," Wright said. "Poor people, whether they're whites or blacks, have a right to get out of the slums." Wright receives financial aid, but has no academic scholarships. Engineering undergraduate Dean William Axson confirmed that some of the engineering scholarship money is reserved for black students and said the engineering chol allows UFs Affirmative AcWright, who Ason said is "well-liked," level headed" and a "motivated and determined student," probably felt cheated out of the money. "I could see why he feels passed up," Axon said. "(Wright) feels we should be an equal opportunity university. I could understand his point of view, but I don't necessarily agree with what he's doing." Wright grew up in a Protes tant, "hard-working" home. His father supported a wife and three children doing carpentry work. During high school, Wright said he worked 40 hours j a week as a dishwasher and food preparer to supplement his family's income. We didn't have much money, but we did with what we had," he said. "I sometimes skipped school to go to sleep. Education wasn't see Wright, page 10 he Loyal Fraternal Order of the 99 began in Gainesville last summer dunng the calm before the racial storm that UF students have witnessed all year long. In an effort to eliminate the South's traditional racial tensions, members of the Loyal Order came to town to educate, motivate and protect the black community. Sixteen chapters dot thecountry's East Coast and the newest chapter in Gainesville is currently the home of its national headquarters Although the "99" in the organization's name signifies the year that blacks have been predicted to die off in drastic numbers, the organization's founder and head commandant iaid he is trying to put a 'op to racial unbal ance before any predictions come true Sitting in the Loyal Order's headquarters, e ead c: mand n t Nikitah Imani expresses theories about why blacks are discriminated against, why racism exists and why blacks desper. ately need to unite Imani said blacks are politically, socially and financially disadvantaged, so he personally started all 16 chapters to combat these iijuitices "If we don't do for ourselves, train our minds .then we're not going to make it because no one else will do it for us," Imr said. 'It's a fight we've been losing for 400 years." Imani said he started the Loyal Order, a national non-Greek black organization, in Washington, D C five years ago when its high school drop-out rate for blacks was about 70 percent, drugs infested the city and many businesses were still investing billions of dollars in a racist South Africa The walls of his office are covered with dozens of newspaper articles about anything that has to do with racism and the Loyal Order. Signs reading, "Project 99 -by any means necessary" and "Strength is ours" form a background around the 22-ye:" Id international relations major as he sits on the floor next to in African magazine and a statistics book He wears a red beret as an identity marker of "who I am, what I am and where I am."'The cap also serves as a universal symbol of war, he said. His organization is militaristic, he said, because the members recognize an enemy and must survive against it. "We've got to wage war on the social structure that will try hard to maintain (blacks') present status," Imani said. "It's a matter of life and death. We've got to raise ourselves from this mess that we're in." The "war" Imani refers to is not a war between races, but a war between the oppressed and the oppressors, he said. Imani would not cite how many members the organization has because of secrecy and security reasons. Imani and group members have received death threats from people who oppose the group, including see iawl, page 10

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WRIGHT Tom rocc-I TEE, larily Nt LEttitii .1 lplhoniL wic s ,it mpcivilislI *\gclrod toptbli to N a I T( t [or jour haasil, E,,I(uIc on cIst I I r c i hi sc} T 1 s. ld most fit hi to .i Kb\(II. rIdI i '(ill II I, I t e I E III ,l i o .II I Ellouniit A \li chitgli \ 'nil h b suI(L lie venis to [iitis* K lreict ends In II .1' al .ige I \ i I II T It -ol Sc ii'ha s hied o gar on ipt my r I, II r I irlla k Po n hle ElT vTTI oedp my I h ishctins I skirted Ihe l\t sa liad hli e ialhat no verse I, iI I Ou louiry ciI Wright saud crioup the "wune" student I iI ycErz I1v iard, s niot a revolule called his mne mstead of sone ther ui-Affirmatuve Action name 1) 't (wIIcin s Irf vIItIIli eed aa whole, lit .tlt ther, ar il.Lui prohleis with the Iwr c mmunciitvy'' lie sITd ore victim rcl IN a gi{y i l righIt r-it el1ly his denied having any Lsititi NS wiIIh the Kit Klux Klan or white stupr.'rmanIt skccihtads. although lie does r i lv laistl\pri l V ic l d Iit I dif itIt t i XI Ih t It -IIst rio I I .I lil lt .15 In I igii wo lav .JhoP'I' oh in GaioNevi I -Niorth~orn Ial Iflcoa T, said bII h hi iiid his wilt have id ii ih l t i m u pione falls did [lilt itsm w e I-)e nlthe n I hi' v t i l I lie. sod lit I so to To.,)] hootb 'oIIdo IE lal l [th linl i, itds' an'' rally t() o~l"u 11 tho Whl "Is opposition lif i ll EjThe p summ 1 -ollicial Tiltellng lo. NoiiTsttr, stiutltcits ire ful busy with classes and finals, to attend a meeting Wright said the best way he can explain why he started the WSl is in an analogy of a filled ife-boat with I0 people still in the wateraround the boat Sharks are ready to pounce on the victims ci the water But the boat only has room for one more person. The people on the boat pull one black person out of the water just to make the color ratio of survivors fairly even. "'But the 10 people i the water all de serve a c liance," Wright said "And when you reach your hand m the water to save them, it doesn't master whether they're black or white Everyone deserves a ciatI e. We're all huIimcn letigs IMANI rinc l)age 9 tIlge Ku K lhc l Kin muihlN. to sail linai. lio gradtirit V4ill a bat elor's degree in iter ncltctonal polite s rom (' horgeilown I 'civ"rstv aid now isc elimuing wojrk at .sI ul l,,idks l ociiton iully' have het ]Iunloir rpr, n i it'rped lor books Accrm 111 loor tends to plice blamrs oil hNfoi'r l acV iiitIihmg Tit hansi I Ins Tend ITo-Ir goviletem he I,"d ~ l ( h Iti i i iLlEE 11n It l S To E Ns | sld soci{'ty iher give lip or lac solve The c''Ijirs sid, and the I hto yal prol m IIs male "I'm a tta k It NI to Order is tmwing to solve ITUa tor problems by working toi. So I with other community groups in an attempt 10 for telling eliminate racism and dIscrimination "I'm attacking the commandan framework of our history,"l Imani said "So I get attacked for telling the truth." Bor in Atlanta, Imani's birth name is Clifford Strong He said he changed it to recapture the past and his culture Translated, Nikitah Imani means "power and faith "In college, (blacks) must value what we have, our history, our culture, value what we can do,' he said cWe must value our perseverance more than anything else lie was adopted when he was nime months old and raised i a strict Baptist, lower-middie-classhome His fatherworks for Emory University as a radiation therapy medical assistant and his mother was a music "'[I really from my mom that I drew lit strong COmiiiitlent to God," he said II persist i spilt (of the adds, ad I'll wi Iriai said he learned leadership leth iques rou other black leaders, such Is Mialcolni X and the Rev Martin luther Kitg Jr in college, Imani said he gathers ilor mai Iori silently, discard what he knows I like or tisirted anid plans for the luture My to as a silent intellectualis to Ilan as much as I cn trom the information (hat ,mat Y teaching and then correct it' lhlti Oval Order, which has been on. cii the White Studemc Unions mostverbal op 'king the posers, is not anti-white by any means, TImam~ of our hissaid But the WSU hie It attacked made the false assume lion that Affirmative Ache truth. L ion laws benefit blacks and disadvantage kitah Imani whites, he said, Loyal Order "I believe that black people can move up in society without hurting anyone else," Iman said. "But I will say that some people have to pay a price for a change im this society Iman said he will continue raising con sciousness by starting new chapters nation ally and said he has sights on M am for The next chapter. "I plan to do as much as I can on my mission,' Imani said. "I see myself as an educator I may be on a street corner with a can one day, but my responsibility conies fromGod I don't worry about 20 years front now I worry about today and what I can do" YOUR PLACE OR MINE? Find a home in the Alligator Classified Advertising 373-FIND Dr. Mac's got the cure! Macintosh, and a free trip to Acapulco! RegIslertowin athcCampasSlmpaMil ooktorduingDr. Ma'scanpurer OinicApd 19Ihfs 100,sa.a. to3:OOp6m. No Purchase i saryoentrbuwhyo'retr estdiven AppMacitashllersonal Com puter. UFStudenareligible fsubstantIal saingthroqghre Mauafosh SudcM DiscointProgran. Andeven ifyou don't win the trip, you may sill win I-shirts, CDYs, free tickets a food compliments of Applc Compute and Rock 104. Registralon farns will be available at Dr Mac tables located throughout pampas Apri lath. w" a t W .a. .i., y, Apple Computer, Inc. PP P -e. o. -C .-"'N!, -MIs A' '"4 a colosus. s s1. SI "There are certain problems with the white community. We're victimized as a group."AT -Mark Wright president, WSU .lk .oNN Be A Civitan Lifesaver! F L1$It. Reqirsnhl Iod Cser 1221N -fli t GWin. U&S.ti nU. r 32401 m7w sar3Tan(i1 INDOOR TANNG h .r s a s Ac mcr'g c m. m a, 4002 Newbery Rd Plate West -3727862 so c7*n 20 m i in 0o0tn ol ur bs is Its. SilA M46 hours I n he Sun WE NOW HAVE "TAN-THRU" SWIM WEAR BV SOLAR Experenc the ability to achoevo aed keep an ALL OVER TAN with Solar s Now TANNING SUITS rl L USIt TANNING~ SUTS F0% ALL TAN-THRU SUITS I (SWIMWEAR) I OFF wol colc -ALLOWS PENETRATION OF UVA RAYS Compolseey opaque NON SEE THRU to the human eye when worn against ho stan (wet or dry) -Excting high fashion Italan pnnts GOOD FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR TANNING. S Sungl session i :1 Minth Unlimited iI i1 Week Unlimited I 1 $5.0" 1 $35. $122 woo ----r -------.-2aJ L can-er ---J L _I-O/r ATTENTION 4FA'S Apply now for the 1990 College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame. Applications are available from the departments of music, art and theatre. Also available in the main office of the College Deadline: April 20, 1990 I' 1 ill 'tb lool I"

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2 LocatIons Ridgeway Plaul Soot Nw 34th si '2S 377-4247 4002 Nexbey Rd 372-7862 r COUPON ---I I shnpoo Cut& style spcia i $12 Women-$10 Men $5.00 OFF Perms, color or Hiie and Foil Froshng crsi w/coulpn 01i L Ninerimm .rawlyMr I -WCo ---O-I Swing by Civitan and donate blood I I -4I Campus Diplomats would like to congratulate The Environmental Action Group The Organization of the Semester And Special Recognition to The Public Relations Student Society of America University Habitat for Humanity & Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honorary "Keep up the GOOD WORK" RAP From page 1 Sihoolkid's Rvoords, store man iger Edward I 'mherlakc said I'm sure (2 I ive Crew's) loving llh publicity," Tiherlake said [the sales i otiple of months ago were OK, hli not this good AltIough mostly c liege sti dtnts shop at Schoolkid', SENATE from page 5 either tcepling the onrigiali ioi nii~ton or votting again Grapski said many times that he would try to reclaim his seat but (ommiltee chairwoman I i7 Bow yer said he did not apply for the vacancies Grapski could not be reached for commentt the committee voled Sunday to recommend both candidates because of another vacancy in the Senate Munoz is being recommended for the seat Grapski vacated, and Markusfor Sen Charles Anthony's off-campus seat An thony is leaving because of too many absences guess it had a happy ending" Markus said, "because something wrong happened ar it was corected II ,M)AY APR! I I, I x, AJJGIUX)R, I I to (Ie .iburn) I it thought I wa, d isgitui11g" I i s Manager lohnny IslIsl-r Ndo th lliii is NaleN wervi i worth linTg iroitt(l timiberake said he would eil lit, Other store muanaigi s silt hi is spike's Ret ords. I als & More Manager Peggy K] )Ilit r -d good sales didn't imiltoitt, her de ci1don to remove 2 1 ive ( row a] buns from losime, a Lcuple niion{rs ago 'We get a u ctl kd, in h(it Kellht-r said llci we li,-uned Markus is not lacking Iit remoil ImtItiIXn for granted but I'll have tar wal and se whit happens ai toniorrow's Fill(iTlg, Markus sad ienried Vision supporter Pat Sramusa for another offampus seal vacated by Mary lieth M( ontrmck Siracusa helped with Student Body president Mihael Browne's political campaign and is a former senator Other recommendations in clude Sen led Tagalakis for the judiciary Committee and Sen Chrotopher Gera rdy for the Informationand! nvestigationsCommittee Also at tonight i-etig, (he Activity and Service lee Advisory Comnhottee will present is budget proposils AS[AC reviews and ret P o "1 Ao torments budget ]roosals for udeml logal services S, Sldhiii Noihtime Auxothary Patrol, RI reation Snorts, Bioard of Colitge ( ount Isand the Reit, iion swiaors whi had a week to re view the propoosals, Ail] present their aincrtdrintits for approval thi budgets must be voted on before the td of the smestr In other business, Sen Adam lanien baum will introduce a bill amending the student body slatunes oti reapportionment The bill states that off-campus living areas wuid be divided into five districts according to zip codes. Disinct 1, zip code 32601, will have seven seats, District 2, /ip code areas 32603, 05, 06and 09 will have six seats Distrt 3, /IP tide 12607 will have seven seals bIn cl Ziipohtd32608, will have jute sals. and all other i) tile dreos. one seat Cormen Otte Embryo Piddle University NASA trainee Carmen Otte and her favorite space vehicle. When Aeronautical Engineering junior Carmen One talks about her 1982 Volkswagen Jetta, its only natural that she begins with space "I like its size, especially the trunk A big trunk is important when you go away to school and have to carry practically every thing you own "And I love Jetta's space inside Its roomy comfortable Last year I drove 200 miles each way to a summer job at NASA I'm glad I was in my Jetta Of course, there's more to Carmen's Jetta than space "My car has over 200,000 miles on it It doesn't cost much to operate and it's good looking I think Volkswagens are excellent cars for college students" Since Carmen hopes to design spacecraft someday, we had to ask her what kind of vehicle she envisions in the future "That's easy A red Volkswagen Cabrnolet convertible I've already got one picked out for graduation Ta vtiCo g PGnduit. Fincs Pi nksong r la.no. iksrgen s1 rthm.,nevrft .E aAndvou rm ins rwd % crdl hd ory to quly Vso ~r surirs VOLKSWAGEN mm -Md flitw of.e tlov. sr your tiny .twjd ato '0 &awagen Tu,,ccal. 1 S Vodward Sit. 200Bnnrmdrn Mi 90 It aI good thung to stay toilrovrsy," Blaster sild mlodit ol the load" always plact. tohe" IV 4 Speciahzing m Spral Pe Boomerang Prms

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p presents Internationa Festival Your Visa to the World Miss VISA International Pageant Tuesday April Location: Rion 17 1990 Ballroom (J.W. Time: 8:00 p.m. Entrance Fee: Free to INTERNATIONAL FOOD WEEK Enjoy a different International Menu the Reitz Union Reitz Union) UF students with $1 to the general public Cafeteria all week during the International Festival fee cards Menu: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday April 17 Jamaican April 18 Chinese April 19 Italian April 20 French Movie: "Cold Watet" Wednesday Location: J.W. Reitz April 18, 1990 Union. rooms 361-363 Time: 4:00 pm. Entrance Fee: Free to the public Talent show Saturday April 2 Location: University 1, 1990 Auditorium Time: 8:15 p.m Entrance Fee: Free to UF students with $2 to the general public fee cards Latin Fiesta Featuring: Sin ilempo and Latin Friday April 20, 1990 International Day Connection Location: J.W. Reitz Union, Rion Ballroom Time: 9:00 p.m. Entrance Fee: Free to UF students with fee cards $2 to the general public Sunday Location: April 22. 1990 West Side Park (at the corner of 34th Street and N.W. Time: 12 p.m.-4 p.m. Entrance Fee: Free to the public 8th Ave.) Fundd by Sbjdfn Gowrmmnt at F1 I ~~0 TaLL

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EUSDAY, APRIL 17,1990. ALJGAIOR. 13 Alley Katz Corner 'I -Bowling -Billiards. Mlni.odf .Lounge 37.3833 1/2 PRICE SPECIALS Dry Mounting Foster Frames CREATIVE WORKSHOP 809 W. UnIv. 376-7204 WESTON from page 3 A 1k ED 5 47411 6 An AWTCrad helps you communicated better, because you can use it to call forn all kinds of placs. Like a friend's, or a pay phone, or out on the road. You don't even need to have a phone in your name to get one. And every month you get an itemized bill stating whet and when you used the caid. 'lb apply for the A7&rCati call us at 18w525-795 Ext.63, Now, if only it wer that easy toimprove The right choice. your grade point average. few black members were involved .1 guess along with the racial tensions and a few other things that are surfacing on campus, maybe that discouraged some of our members to participate in some of the organizations on cam-t pus like SG," Crawford said. "But we're realizing at this point how important it is that we rekindle that fire we had before. When Bingham was president i IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNICATION SKILLS. Books If you cant sell them or trade them back to the bookstores. please consider donating your books to the Florda Prison Book Conmittee We accept new, used, &r even, abused textbooks and novels, sophisticated and easy-to-read. hardbacks aid paperbacks. We welcome books singly or whole libraries. We also appreciate magazines that are of a timeless nature, e.g hobby and crafts, scientific and nature, etc. (Please remove your name and address from any publication you donate.) Tharks to people like you, we have distributed over 30,O aboostoFloridas prisons. You will provide countless hours of reading pleasure. You wi help those who wihto turitm' their edcatio. Ples bring your donation to the lobby of he Atfafor, 105W. Univsity Aegs. Monday through Friays8am to4 pm. Thark you. bt monetary donations cannot be accepted. I 1986-87, she said there was always a countable number of blacks in Senate, but more were on comnmittees and cabinets She said getting in, Senate takes money and is highly Political, while getting an appointed directorship is up to the executive branch 'When I was there it was easier for people to come to me and it was easier to put them in cabinets," Bllighan said I had more con LASER PRINTING -as w.as .N a Many typetyins volues dlsco.,nts PC Lab, 17 & Univ. 372 650 Senate and see how some people make all the decisions Bingham said. don't like that behind the scenes his." Johnnie Crawford, vice president for Kappa Alpha Psi, said his fraternity is encouraging members to get involved in SC Crawford said he could not cite reasons why |OFF p a; OFFl Daily Lunch Special I csxxoemuS on T,65 & 'hbrS l Iiu4 PtI L I--2 -It--W -J~ I~ lb Irol Blacks need somebody to help motivate them and speak out for them when they take the first step to get involved in SG, she said Weston may be that somebody. "This administration has been begging and pleading," Weston said, "and I'm gonna be out there screaming. but I can't do more than that" H IR AIRAIR, 1 First Time Wash-N Wear I Perm Special$2 5 I tongg i, extra Wthcoupon) We Do Scupred Nails WET CUTS $61 Long Hair Extra S N WIN TUEs AT 4 L "37 2472 7 MI6 p Varnished Unrnished We're "New & Improved"i Convenient fo LW. Shands. Shopping. Dining Verticals Basketball ret. Welcome I or 2 Bedroom Townhouses Fully Renovated for Fall Landmark iItI SW 16th Ave

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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Iigator lassifieds FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Summer rmi waMed to five I 3 ml from UP NW G vile No dep $230 covers all bills Call 3/1 //03 v msg 4 8' 10 I WALK 3 BTOCKS UF Room c/tac share kitlbatfl wfd prefer male grad Siudents 185 srngie240double 376652378 122 Fur n-shed efh crncy aep a/c blocks from campus pi; allowed Available next Frorn on temporary or perm basis 335 1900 1 1 / 5 1 *** Grea, Smrmer Pad *** Own bd bTh Filly urn jus lisp From Prol acLrai wit 'OOM $o0 173 6'18 drV a now raii and spr ng 4 1 7 5 1 OAKBROOK WALK Summer sublet 1,, condo fully furnished, wsh/dry a/c poop great yew S250'mo Call Moe 336 4251 4 1 5 1 So-orIty Annex Sublei May AuD bI H from No'man $75 .ulil Call 3/5 3821 and leave message 4 17 4 1 suimiror hool turn rMs .2 bdrmrapt I block Ir Norman Hall 2a'rqo NO IF S ns ro ira48l 2166 ie 6 37? $401 days 4 185 1 SAsh $89eo Own bdr Furn Brandywine Ap Ava I May w, option to Fnew n Aug $350 ma Gary 378 5564 If ,o answer please try aarin 4 18 5 1 Room in lhr housee $60/mo & utrl 17 83?9 4 19 5 1 Chreriul Jbdrm home fireplaces gar cii' porch parking (2IS150 Shares v.1iilabie S pec.a consideration to mus' clans 377 i5O 4 20 5 1 FUL Y iurnishted $308 for summer B 12 uIitin s live by yourself excellent IoCa I. oni call 335 5956 must sell call any timer Townhouse own furn bdr, ba wash/dry pool close to UF $300 12 [in 335 1041 4 27 10 t Furnrmlor rentin 2brihouseapt $1451rno + 1/2 uil for summer only Close to UF 376-5912 anytime or iv message 4 20 5 Bdrkil/living rm privilege most url pi summer 135,mo fall iUSm 4bdr apt 1740 NW 3rd PI To applyinto 372 2284,371 4243 4 17 1 1 Condo lor rent Treehouse VI'lage 2bd 2ba ready for Tall semester, wash/dry 2poois 3 clubhouses, only $540 or $160/person CallCarl orGail305 2/1 2434 4 20 4 1 Oakbrook 2bd,2ba 1,2 mile from UF m cro aO secr Ty pool 3.8 0530 Androa or 813 76 i/76 CoieOC) 4-30 10 1 ROOM & FOODSTARTING S me, Spring & Fall also avail 10 meals/wk ulil pd I bk to Runn 377 4269 or slop by I St 4 30 10 1 145 or Sum at CIO rid UF Student 17 NW 15th Lg. ul ra mod. 3bdr/2ba twnhs 4 yr oldb/w UF SFCCAmali Quiet cammun Jacuzzi security syst, wa/dry aoro $950/moneguniurnatiL374-8621'ivmessage 4 23 5 1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk 10 Saco FE CC I BDR $270 $280, 2 SON $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec Plus I MR Pool laundry no cats or dogs SantaFe Trace Aps 378-1190 4 30 75Oak Glade Apcs Near UF A VA, quiet washer/dryer available in most units for $20 mo Cats Allowed 18-28 1 & 2 Bath $250-$350 see A Imr 372 6422 4 3075 2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $263,MO LYONS APT 4000 SW 2OTW AV 3774"7 FOR RENT: UN:URN. INCREDIBLE EfficIency Apt Starling at $185 Starting at $235/ 2 B9droom MEADO W REST 378flU 375-3861 Check Our New Specials' All Amrnhtis Avilable FURNISHED UNFURNISHFD Roommates Available Were No I FT GO NCY OAKS 378 S766 1230 SW Arrhr Road COUNTRY GARDENS 3/3 4500 2001 Sw 16th Street Dump your roommate Gel a 2 bdr for the price of one Pool lernis, sauna, wt room Sioneridge Ap~s 3800 SW 34 Si 375 1111 4 30 4S 2 SoJio Paking Problemi Walk to UF trom ArigWa NW 6th>6th Sir) Modernwell kept ApIs sa w/own washer/dryer cent hI/ac Now renting for tall yr lease ?It & last dep $46imo 2bdr Iba $61imo hibdr na $/30,mo 4bOr12ba 336 8354 392 0554 4 20 10 2 Allractive clean apis & houses close to OF avail Tor Aug I yr lease No dogs Call 495 9024 4 30 24 2 Bel Air 1,36 NW 2ath Ave Huge 21bd/2b and 1bd aps Large Oaks College Park Properces 411 NW 1Sig St 371 7777 4 Is 10 ? S'ud'o lad and ?bd apts and houses avail now and for loll Walk oUF Beal the rush' College Park Properioes 41 NW 151h 371 7/77 4 18 10 2 213D'iTA $3254MO Phoenix Apis close Ta UF;Shands very spacious avail now 1 year or summer lease pelsok Brad 375 1303 4 23 10 ? In The Pines Spacious 1, 2 5 3 Bedroom Apartment & rownhouses Convenient to UFtShands 2 pools tennis cr., weight room sauna. 2 Laundry rooms 373-3371 205 SE Th Ave 1/2 mile east of Main Sr One bedroom in Victoran home aval May $230hmonth includes util wood floors large porch, Ducrpond area 371 4935 4 17 5 2 For Reni 3bdrm Condo in Marchwood $550 a month 3 monih lease Ca for Interview i 338 4502, available May I %t 4 17 5 2 4 BEDRM apt sublease for summer, begin May or June close to UF Call 336-6860 leave message Pinotree Grdns 4 17 5 2 2BOR House by UF Carport, fireplace, aic, 328 NW 15th Ter, College Park APIS Oflice 411 NW 15thI Sir 371-7777 4-17 ONE BLOCK UF Law school. 4 bdrm 2 be w/ddishwasher. central ac/heat, fireplace. sundacr. nice neighborhood $750/mo Avail August Teresa 371-6715 418-5 2 May Iree Rocky Point. near UF and Shands, star May Thru Aug 15, call Lisa 378-5391 or 335 9455 leave n,.ssage 4Sublease May-July, am efficiency w/ large yard, Si35/mo A Fb ull Call Sandy after /pm 372-6146 4 19-5-2 2BR/IBA quad unit, avail summer. possi bly longer Freplace. A/C, dishwash. SW area, no pets $310moesoc 336-0213 4 MELROSE SPRINGS Brand Mew 2bd, screened porch. huge oaks. landscaped nice neighborhood.$450tm0 475-1965 Pets ok 4-30-11-2 MUST LEASEL Spacious 2BR apt. Clots to campus, central air, pool, laundry. $290 a month Obo 375-2193 4-20-5-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. Walk 2blks to UF, A tor Ig 1bdr apt, 1110 SW 2nd Ave $250/mo, Carol 331 6374 $299 MOVE IN SPECIAL STONERIOGE APTS Poor tennis weight room sauna 375 1121 4 20-5-2 AVAILABLE IN MAY Bike campus BR apt quiet complex etricrency kitchen palio 19 close $240 Walk to campus 2BR apt dOwnSlars Hardwood floors inside bike Storage Summerrate only $400 WOWI Completely furnished 2BR doll house Walk to campus Sposes $450 Upstairs IER condo, balcony dishwasher, carpet. laundry in Complex Bike to campus $275 Spacious 2BR/ 1,2BA upstairs condo privale deck, live new carpet, hookups dishwasher $420 Super 4RA/28A house Walk to campus, fireplace, family room cOniral AC hardwood floors Wont lasl $/50 KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060 MOVE IN NOW 2 br duplex near 34 St Plaza Pets Ok, ac quiet $275 2b r/I /2ba condo in pool complex wash/dry $450 2br la apt off Tower Rd Now carpet dishwash. hook-ups $315 3r Il/ba SW Townhouse hook ups, mini lIs Pool $450 KEY MANAGEMENT 372-ko' Big 1 bedroom apt. cost to UF avail on May 5, centra heaair, carpeting $245 through supreme, $255 after July 372 0565 4-20-4-2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Nice & Dandy Customized 2bdr Mobile Home partly turn, wash A fridge on well shaded lot Very close to UF on Archer Must Sell $1750 338-1383 4 175-3 Moving Must Slit 12080 fur, mobile home Great cond $4500 Call 336 0984 Oon I Throw away $ On apt rent 4 20-5 3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/An. French Ofr close to campus 2bdr 1 1/2 ba, 1 rimt $177 50 & 1/2 uff nsg 336 1010 Chrls/Aoll 4 17-11.4 OXFORD MANOR -Sublease or re rent for summer, option for fall, 3bdr/3ba, washer/dryer Plesse call 377 8287 4 tN ew ONO CP MY wLr Fath MAU'L WAS1 P14N, WIA tlAr u i NA sins oa Ll f ISUBLEASE: HSE/APT May renI FREEI 2bdr/2ba in OXFORD MANOR Rel summer C W/ option for Fall Call now' 375-1201V message 4 Oxford Manor-2bdr/?ba avail in May for summers Closest to pool tenni, weight room Call or more into 375 0506 4 In Completely turn apt in OAKBROOK WALK 1 2 mis needed for summer $150 Ca & part ulil Call Anne or Dawn 336-4411 4 24 0 4 OXFORD MANOR 2bd/ ba sublet turn surrer A or C Rant nego7iab7 e re rent option for fall Call 371 0777 leave mcas sage 4 23 10 4 Please Help Ua 2bdr/Itba Ap for Sum mer C Use our furniture A pay no de postil Reasonable rent 336 6492 4 30 16 4 Sublease For Summer W option Tor Fall Spacious 2bdr Apt CHEAP RENTi Call 316-8090 4 30-16 4 3 Roommates Needed for 5 bdr House 1 block to UF $165/mo Call 376 8090 4 30-16-4 LAKEWOOD VILLAS Sdbal wid available July I-Doe 31 Sadmo & utiliti.s 335-4004, femalsf~ only 4-17-5-4 WINOMEADOWS APTS -HUGE 2Bed/2Blh Subleas, for summer W/ oi1*n tOr fell. urifurn Call for more info 336-4218 417-5-4 OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba for summer 8 Washldry. Completely furnished a stealsI Call 371-1955 annyi 4-17 5 4 OXFORD MANOR 2bd/2be, May Aug Quiet area n back Can re rent for next year if U respond soon Furniture avail $449/mo Call Ty Doug, or Chris a 371 S297 4.17-6-4 Summ er sublease Ofn bdrbath. trans to UF'SFCC, wed. fully furnished $1 50/mo Call Wendy si 373-2098 47-5 4 VIZCAYA 2bd avail in 3/2, '/3 until, quiet. clean, N/S, avail for all summer close to Up $135 and $145/mo 377-4790 4-17** ** Sublease 2/1 Phoenix 1' Apis Close 1o UF. Central A/C, new rug all appliances, quiet neighbors only $28/mo 335-65751372 1S09 * * 4-17-5-4 OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2bs 5/5 thru 8/15 Rent negotiable Call 335-1300 ask for Teras or 371-3996 4 17-5-4 GREEN -MAR,close toUF Subleasetor summer. 2bdr/iba, cott a/e $315/mo Call Tanya or Claire at 377-9270 4-17 Nice, cheap, 2 (trnls to sublease 3bdr3ba, turn condo $150/mo avail MayJuly Pool wod in Casablanca Tom at 336 0101 4 17-5 4 Oxford Manor Hbd avail May 7. option lor renewal in Aug Nice, clean, A gray car pet Big enough for twol Call 378 6515 Is meg 4-17-5-4 WVCA YE NtM.y fl.ea--we Pww LP IN A o ur Wg h? 2fIT yg FEW--WI RAMr WIFIA CU onS SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Summer Sublet Spacious two bedroom apt in Lakewood Villas W/ study room. outdoor porch A furnishings Call 335 5237 4-17-5-4 OAKBROOK WALK summer suble 2b,/2ba fully furn'shad own wash/dry pool Avail May 5 Price nag Call DenIse at 3711 3990r leave message 4174-4 Live at Oakbrook Ihis sumnmerl Close to campus own bedrmubsib fully furn A steal at $250/mol/2 util Call 378 1281 eves 4 23 6 4 Well pay you $75to sublet 1br lully fur washed apt $3751mo Gatorwood Close to UF Call anytime 374 4361 4 18 5 4 Great local for summer pool-view apt in Oakbrook Walk fully turn, walk to UF 1 2 rmits Call Cindy 376 894 4-23 8 4 Sum c 2 ftns for new 3/2 apt 1 block rom campus Vaulted cll wften in a roommust see Hurry will go last Tmia 371 9295 417 5-4 Bicycle Club Apt-lg 2bdr/2ba convenient to UF, tennis sauna. Jacuzzi May June, opt to renew $3901mo 335 5406 4 108 Spyglass 3bd,3ba sublease May July Beaunful sparment best place in G vile to live Greal pool area Sign now nag 335 2830 4 17 4 4 Sublet 2bd/I ba save $150, clean apt, walk disl U/ Sandsa $3&0/to 2 pools, May-Au9 op to lease call Amy & Mean 374 8780 4 1-5 4 Need 210 share roe apt master bedroom ulties tor summer Rent nego Rocky Pt Apis Call Mikeat 3369510 4 18 5 4 Resp quiet rl/s needed Own rm in 3bed 11 /2balh apt Only 120. I pay me rest No dep May Aug Cal 375 1354 after 6pm Sased 4 30-13 4 Regency Oaks apt, lbdr large, for more info 378-2202 mornings and evenings 4 OWN PM May Aug. turnished 2bdrc2ba pool Oakbrook Walk F $200 mo nao W/4 clo0 to UF 377 5496 4 15 5-4 Spyglass Need fam for fmsiter bed/bath May-Aug A FlC Only $190/TO and 1/3 util Kimberly 335 4109 448 5-4 Sublet thru July Colonial Manor Apt Smn walk to UF on SW Ibr/Iba furnished, pool $225/mo Call Lee378 3199 4-192lms needed for summer C $115mo 1/3u li Haw Vill 336 4447 4 18-5-4 LANDMARK sublet it in 2 112 twnsa for Summe, C ONLY $140/mo 1/3 utile Call Mike 0 378-47D3 Iv mg 4-17-4-4 Sublease for summer Zbd in 3bd/2ba house w walking distance to UP Nice neighborhood $135 and $150/mo 3756276 4 I8-5-4 2bd/l tb urn house T fernced central ac. NW 71h Ave avail $440/me n&g A util For info 4913 4-26 10 4 yard, wid, May-Aug, Cnlt 335. SMUAN, es coa WVO AI M8N NM WI? 7F e v|agavyip

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Ill ISAY. APRIL I / I ( sL AiJIGA( IR SUBLEASE: HSE/APT 1 bdr apt Townhouse Clean Quia 5 to UF Sugarfool Village $349,mO & I w action I y IsO Grace 337 4j9 f ves 392 52/0 Days 4 19 5 4 Sumner Sublet W/ option for fall 2bd/2ba townhouse less than 1 mile no OF Siands Reasonable rent Call 375 5D94 4 19 5 4 OXFORD MANOR sublease lor summer w apnion for all in 3bdr/bA, washdry, en nego Call 335 7977 4 23 7-4 LG BEAUT HOUSE in great neighbor hood summer sublet 2bd avail furrn/unfurn walk to UF $180 Ca 371 0934 4 20 6 4 3FAUrIFUL 2bdr/lba apt in Sun Bay, available from May lil eternity only $290 oar mo Call 335 5e07 and leave ms 4 18 4 4 Walk to campus 2bd/lba $320/mo 1930 NW 3rd Ave Summer subleasse o/ option to renew Call Andrew at 338 4803 April Freel 4 19 5-4 Reil Hormestead apts, 2br, pool. May Julyifall option $345/rno $100 cash rcaTe 336-0920 4 19-5 4 Sublet May to Aug, opt to Say in quiet clean Turn or unfurn big bdr, own ba paigo & 2 Ig closet, only $150/mno/neg Call Amy 332-405 4-17-3-4 WINDMEADOWS -large one bedroom. upstairs, grey Carpel. June I -July 31 Call 378-8350 or 373-3658 $8 DISCOUNT 4-19 54 Oak Forest 4bd,/3ba sublet Summer A Reni negotiable Carl us at 378-1733 4F Fmmnn NS to share 2bdr/1ba apt For Summer $i75/mo /2 uli walkgm dis Tance to UF 377 4244 4 26 10-4 Looking to, a great place for summer? OAKBROOK WALK 3rd 1 single bdrrba May June July, rant $380/mo or neg 370-I811 4-26-10-4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT ARLINGTON SQUARE ?hdr2bd fu,n Ia ll amnil as rent ieg Cal 3/4 4593 4 IR HUGE api ?k sq It 4bdr/2 l/2ba pool screened in porch Indry hku May Aug,$525/monog May rent SI--lo rIII call now 332 9246 4 20 5 Maler bdiba in 4bd/3ba twns need F 10 share apt w/3 fun rormin s for sum merfsubLci) Only $200 mo.1/i l AlIi, 33 5954 4 20 5 4 OXFORD MANOR SUBLEASE 2bd2a1 avail summer C across from pool S200/roomimo Call 371 t J msg 4 Spyglass 3bd/lba avail May/Juno do posit neg lease Sap July 31 option Ior renewal call 3360439 alter 4 30 4 20 F/NS own br in Sb house, y close to UF ACSS0/ino .T/3 1il May Jul w/ opt for lall Please call 375 6095 4 20 5 4 Windmoadows Apt 258 3bd/3ba Great Loc Rent Neg 335 0525,373 3558 or lv msg Sum C 4 20 $ CHEAP ROOM $$ $100/imo Summer C. 1bik from TigertvNorman chicks dig IT 375 9014 4 20 5-4 Oxford Manor 2 spacious bedrooms each w/ own balh partially turn $205 each avail May-Aug with option to renew in fall 372 2527 4-20 5 4 Studious N'S M to stare part turn 2bdr apt for summer w/tall option I m to UF SAI0/n I */2uil Greg 372-3718 4 Oxford Manor sublease sum c w/lall op lion 2/2, w/dvery clean & fun place sub lease now A keep both creme couches call371 1477 4 20-5 4 Windmeadow lbd/3ba tot sublease from MayAugust with option for fall Call any time, 336 315 or 336-8316 4 20-6-4 BEAUTIFUL HOUSE I Your own room for summer 2 Fm avail $160 Walk Ed campus great area 373 7797 4-20 5 4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Subl i/assure lease for br/?ba house in super nw neighborhood conI n/ac wash/dry h/u $485/mo Call 37? 3060 o 3/6 2402 eves 4 19 A 4 Summer sublet less than one block from carmls 2 omSin 3br house price nog available Turn or LIrIurn Call Chuck at 371 1554 4 10 3 4 Lakewood Villas SubIse May Aug turn bar own ba washidry, attractive and clean only S242/mo 335 5589 leave rnessage 4-27-10-4 MILL RUN Large 2d/1I 1/2ba Iwne w/w/d Summer C whoptuon to renew forfall Only $350/mo Available May 5 336 0538 4 GREAT HOUSE 3br across from 0'Come wood hloorsatudio and yard $100/mo Summer C A MUST SEEIf 373 9930 4 20-5 4 Greai Dcci Nice, eficient 2 bedr I b api lot sublease/rs-esnt Walk to VA Shands and campus Price rig 335-3560 4 20 SPYGLASS Sublease May August BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse fur nished, must Se, please leave message 338 6254 4-23-5-4 Subleas a HOUSE tor surmner2bd/lba, Turn wood loork, to kitchen. nice yard, 2 min bike to campus $440 373 4662 430 104 Oxford Manor own ba/be, Turn I wash/dry Price nag Sublei summer C 371 6237 4-30104 OAKBROOKI Own your own condo for almost no mny downake over ponris Fully Furn w'washdry call Craig 378-3451 Iv Message 4-3010-4 LAURELS-Sublet Summer C, 3bd/3ba, w/d other amenities, brand new, only $SS0mo 335-6978 4-20-4 4 OXFORD MANOR BARGAIN Only $175/mo for Summer C + 1/3 util F N/S for own bdr/be.w/i.Brnda 370 8299 4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT bdr,2ba summer lease Country Vilingi I Orn'shd of unfur close Io OF largo Rent nego option -or fall 3/8 7/90 evImAs 4 20 4 4 POLOS sublet Ibr w1ow P balm in 2br be from May July or long@, Alarm washldryer pool Very ring Call L[a 336 1321 4 19 3 4 Graduatingl sublet 2bdrI ba $360/mo May Aug 15 close to UF Sun Bay Apis Call Joyce 376 7412 4 23 5 4 Country Village Summer C Spacious Zbr/2b turn neg $449/month May rent tree, I mie to UF 370 4803 leave ines sage 4-23 5-4 Need Iimt to sublease master, d/rm for summer a&a Fully urn w/own balh A king sz bed 192/mo call Shawn or Mies 377 3055 4 20 4 4 COUNTRY VILLAGE, sublease large lbdr. May Aug $299imo May ren' free, Opliori for Tell call 33 1079 alter 5 4 1drm in GREAT house across from ODome summer C $142/mo Call Traci at 372-3994, or leave message 4 20 4 4 Sumer subLease w/ fall optional MILL RUN 2br townhouse rent megoliable Furniu le or sale call 335 1297 leave mes sage 4 10-3 4 Country Manor, sublet 5/14 8/15 1bdr/lba, pool, tennis & nice May rent Aee, 344 373 3260 Leavemessage 4F REE MONTH RE NT randywtnd 2br/2ba for summer c, Call anytime al 374 8572 and we'll make a deal 4 23 5 4 Block from F LBusines school Sublet Summer Ibr1ba aptitall optionmod ern big enough lot iwopricc neg call eve fings 8l1 0265 4235-4 2bd-2ba apiaveIl May Aug Fully turn scw/dricrolbuees to UP A SFCC $150/mo sa Celt Robin sf15 pm at 374 4676 4-182-4 May r1 fre1 2bdr/T1oba in Bailey Manor rent to Bummer w/oplion to renew in fall SecUre quiet, adult community $275/phon 37 1 7282 4 30 10 4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT * * * Ire.ir tiil A -I * A *** 1 br rvail Irom, June 1 1ill AilAII 1 1 Manm'ca'bo 1 1,2b, Ory $1 /0 rm 116 880 Let s talk 4 ?n 4 4 5 ROOMMATES BIANDYWINE F URNI 'hbr I ba ACust sauna WI rOom huge pool 12 rm to UF, $230um fot own room 1 2 cable & util 312 2857 Dennis 1 10 hl 5 Female N/S Rmmt 10 share 2bd' rba Apt $1/Sin A I'? uil walking dislinrce 10 U Call 37/ 4244 4 1/ IS % I ao share ?bdr/ P/2 bia condo own bdrba $200irm a 117 util Pool A conve nient 3/3 5423 or 904 264 3236 4 17 05 F NIS ro share a bedroom in a Zbd/2ba al Brandywine $137/mo 8/4 uTil Avail May 4 Call 335 9846 4 17 10 5 I bedrm w/baih in 3/2 house furnished hardwd lls, lance pets Ok quiet mi to ul 1 look is all i WIll take $225 375 7169 4 17 9 5 Grad student looking for summ A mi f/os for 2ba/2ba Easewood Villas Option to renew lease at Iower rent call 335 3780 4 PO 10 5 Hrate wtd to share Ig 3/2 house in Val wood Wi young career man Wash/dr own rn -balh Mature ci n/s $240 1/2util 3352789 41885 HEY YOU' F N/S Wanted Own bdr in Spring Tree $170/mo ./4 unIT Call Mi chelle Al 370 5512 4 199 5 Roommate Needed Starting in May to share 2bdr 2bath apI in Regency Oaks $220 4 m0 Call Amy 372 7827 4 23 10 Roommate wanted for 3bdr/2ba house convenient NW location nice neighbor hood unfur $225/mo A 12 uil $100 Sec Call Jeti 375 6173 4 17 5 5 Classifleds. Continued on next page PlC N' SA VE Gemng Ito the ight Busiess School takes a lot more GMAT it uakes knowrg what schools are right for you And than just gerung a high score on the knowmg the zrlncac'e of the application procs That's why Staniey H Kaplan created the MBA Semmia There, youll leam how to improve your chances of gemng into the Busmess School of your choice Review actual GMAT questions. And most importny, you' learn how to get the highest score on your GNAT by learning the Kaplan method So reserve your sea today for our next Semia And discover howour advanced aching methods and 50 years of experience can help you plan the next rwo years of your lfe STANLEY He KAPLAN Take Kaplan OrTakeYburdiances MBA SPRING SEMINAR -TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 6PM TO RESERVE A SEAT CALL DAYS, EVNIOMS OR WEEKENDS 377-0014 409 SW 2nd AVE Oainesvlme. FL 49F2 PC. 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ROOMMATES na l i >A I IIt I ft'ill iuy s N i ,, t s1 C, 1 S N I r r losil Nd 9.r g* feiced vard P '0 UF Shredr $185 .,0 A I3 1 )In 1l111 1 1 s 5 ,OUNTHIY MANO ater n"droo' bara Phl ished api 'lOrTVmier ndoiI s.,n''u C $90 a 3/1 '9/4 4 /55 0'ord Manor 1 Own bedroom own biih Rent negotiable Cui~r IISunI $114S IPYGLASS I or 2 rminis To share mod 3ba pnrt UUg Ava able summer C */ option For Fil pal 336 find nd ve Hey I reed -n itr own Iur, bdr tor n 1 8 14 $'a /no Cill rrE row' 335 zEA, I gq Spoigisbiuiiiy Furnished lbdr,3bat (O Tuill l Wdsh WA ry Need one room 1,1 r-m ull Sari r 1 336 9890 p'a s nelfiduly'Jrn'shed Cbdr Tba+1h nI Complete with washer'dryer and ev Iry hog elIs Need one Irhmaie lor lJoer $190 & |rI for w'd) a hoo'' Mi r May C (air M ke 336 0891 4 s, r s OAKI3HOOK ** $1 5,mo F share room lurnished summer i'l sOur'no pool spcurnty, deposit n's &Or Iyn ROOMMATES Sha' room, furnshed summer &Sor fall isrin pool, Security, deposit Lynn 371-4708 4 1 5 5 S1 1rm Ni red tor .Ty Oas axil SCL, 'son 'r&li or'. Indr ron ry System 335 429 ROOMMATES N ; M o shn re Sh b 'i a r>' SO rrle Ih A viro rd It dar' Is -o & t I Cill Ken t 3/ 0849 leave le O 4 I -NS [mm needed 'or qai o!?'?erd Inl "I turr rondo Rockwood VOras For Summer C ar be Wish dry lOnd Pri'ce ng Call Mark 395 8823 4 1 10 N S beral rotnt own bdr in 3bdr hou3e Obks from UF $14?imo 1,3 uril Pets Or 3/M 6059 4 1f 5 q *OXFORD MANOH* summer ROOM MATE NEEDED own master bdr own bath rownhousaii wash/dryer price Nogol 3353513 4 18 5 5 Large Bdr own be for I or 2 N/S AmmF for Summer Call 336 4367 4 10 5 5 2 N/S F roommates wanted for 2 big rooms 'n NE Vi cloran mansion for sum mer term only $200imo each un1is 313 368? IV Msg 4 1 / 4 5 *Own Room In 2br/'b apt F's Ouiet wooded SW area short bike Fo [F Nice' I5/mo 1'2 ulil May Freel 3/3 169S 4 1 1 4 5 N S M to share bdr turn apt for summer C only $1 I/m. *1/2r u,1/2 block from UF Call 372 3203 a llrsoonrn 4 is 5 5 SUBLE T 1 bdr in a spacious 3bdr apt Sionnirrge Apre masier bdr own boih $229 a month for Mayl 0 Aug15 335 5006 Scott 418 s5 5 SUMMER ROOMMATE wanted to share 3bd' 2baih nose I1II .t.3 utilishs 3// 631 ask for Eric Tom orDan 4 18 i rmrt 1B Ern 38 R api Sumrme r C $ 186 Spacoru ap' Pool couls May rent frone Call Julie 1v ms 0 8 6591 4 A 5 5 Ties Uniur, room in clean quiet NW 3.2 House 4 mi, U'SFCC Waser Cable Micro No Pais $SI 1mo & ,3 of 37 9 6499 430125 F to share dro A bath in Abdrm 2path house W/d central healac walk to UF $126mo &u1l Avail 5/3 371 671/mes Own Room in 30R house 5 min walk to campus Summer A, B or C mif ns pro ferred $148mro & 113 ui Call Now 373 5190 4 19 5 5 DESPE RATE' mir rmmi needed 4 sum C on bidr in spacious 3Jdr lwnhse (Oak FOres) was'dry cool remis' $155i/mo & ?/4 ure1 Call & Iv msg 335 2550 4 1/ Orly SR8 50 mo & 12 util gets owr room Sum C In 2bdu1bo api $175 r0 Fall Spring Beps rsg Call 335 5520 Amanda 4 17 3 5 ROOMMATES S No' S" Ifn per 2 W 0 or '1 'I 'D 1,.1111'1/2 7 2 P N' dA A 4 tO 1or n omr si.nd ed r l Lnrer 0 share bdr sto n I TIi cycle Club Aps $ind no & 1 1l111 D $15 in A ii tl 'So '535 5926 4 19 5 5 WAn led to summerr I Spyg'ass Ap msr er do wilasd dry ncr rentr nSego, fully Furn o WAr ned 336 f022 4 18 4 5 Looking for 1 2 M NIS renls o iirid luxu rious ap, 491 9013 4 20 6 5 Fmmet ic share 29ri2Ba Iwhse near Tower rd20 Ave SW Preler prior military upper div or grad student Na/ $187/mo & 1/2 util 332 556/ 4 19-55 POLOS m/n rmmi needed for summer Own bdrita, wash/dry & many etas Only $165emo Ar3utitilies Anytime 335 2736 Ive resg a 19 5 5 NSI W F needed for summer with fall op tion $200'mo & 1,3 un Across from cam pusI Call 336 0411 Loe Message 4 19 5 5 N/S MkF for summer C for 2br 2bih Se 3/4 i from campus $140& 14 util CAll Brad at370 3973 v msg 4173-S ROOMMATES ese F /s quiet good student 4 0%mC own b/urmewoOdfloorsill$4 ro A I util Great roomm,&l Call 372 8141 hwn 212SOON 4 1845 n/s roommate for sunmer sublease own bdrmiba al Oak Forest apt $1 Omo A I 13 utililies Call Mary 336 7645 4 19 5 5 Need Female to share MIT Vernon ApT rhis summer Preferably an, student near non-smoker a must $250/mo I112 utit Karen 37208560 4-19-5 S Own room in 2Br IB. apartment for Sum rest Prefer non-smker. $1I30?mth a l/2 negoliable Call 336-6718 evenings 4 2 mmIs needed starting in May io share 4bdr/Zbe 4 blocks to F, rent gneo wi optiori to less i Aug 371 9353 4 20 6 Ma. SUMMr C, share large divided home close to OF sk private entrance, patio trees, cable, no party almo $250/mo 318-20? 4-20 6-5 ** SUMMERFALLISPnING live in new apts, t or 2 mmis for 2-3bdr respectively Mature. clean NIS 374 7198 4 17 3 5 Sublet for Summer C I bdrm in 2bdrm/lba house -S mn walk to campus $020/mo & oufil Call Tracey at 378 71861vncessagr 4-19-5 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE P'diled b Irude Nlichel Jaffe ACROSS I Searches FhorouckIiv 6 Vrilbnly, olin I >r st'rt I lonr 5 Hind enoin i' 20 21 23 Pirdar poem Welshn poet Garden plot Pai a s kid Nit Williarn Sydney 26 French Impressionist 27 25 30 33 34 35 36 37 39 40 Don Juan Conduct Soil-building plant Impatient Op or pop Bats mieu Lemon additive Shoe for Magic Female ruff Like some lenders 42 Little ore 43 Promptly 44 Scornful look 45 Adrialic seaport 46 Majorca or 47 49 Minorca Off beat Smelting mixtures 51 State of being first 53 Old French coin 54 Fabrication 55 Far From the Madding Crowd author 61 Before over or 62 63 64 65 66 out Burst forth Musical study Actor Beatty Bristles Obligations DOWN Bay State cape Direct ending 3 La Filte garden Ashton style 5 Gentleman from Oviedo 6 Quiett 7 Pair 8 Swindled British style 9 At full speed 10 Ferret out I Pulitzer Prize poet 1943 12 Baltic feeder 13 williams et al 10 Herbert a Babes in 22 City or canal of Germany 23 Mountain nymphs 24 Coarse woolen cloth 25 Little Boy Blue author 26 Knocking Sound 29 Before f F-Ic4 1h t 31 Kind of highly seasoned fare 32 Laughing animals 35 Speedily of otd 37 Forms sawlike teeth 38 Divided country Abbr 41 43 45 Locate Purchase a major share of 48 Earthy color 50 Throbbed 51 Scheme 52 Vex 56 Public adman deg 57 Enjoyed a repast 58 Polgsh 59 Banned insecticide Abbr bO Alfirmaliver ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: CL B PA RIRAf R VE A L IIPM A R E A S At TI inM AA. -L A IFT PR E II nI NAA A 0 T A MO0T R Aj RA M S T A ND PA YELP 4/1/90 F1 -Fl 4/17/f0 If you're sexually actitd. you should knob about the GSE GSE stands for gental self-examintion its a Simple exarinato you can gN yourself to check for ary sgns or symptms of a sexually transmuitted diss =nd bf your free GsE Guide today BeCause when it Cames to sexual relationship, there are some mortant things to look out for To reci your k" GSE Guid, grin fi out and reurm the coupon or Ci. 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I Z 11 nAY APR] I I Ie 11IG AI)DR t / Wednesday, April 18th 4 30 p m. Fine Arts Building C Room 201 For information call 336-8818 Fundod by AA. AHA AA .AA .AHA AHA o AHA .AHA I AHA .AHA .AA 7 Florida Premier International *Hottest Male Dance Act in America. LADIES DRINK FREE 8:00-10:00 AHA .AA A MA .A .AHA AH .AM AM .AHA AFA j THE ART HISTORY ASSOCIATION announces ELECTION OF NEW OFFICERS AH ROOMMATES RoCkwood Villas N/SF fully Furn seculi system wasiary Micro t19Smo Alrei 530pm 407 578 21 4 195 5 SPYGLASS furn Own room bath in and for sum $2215/mo & I3 uil wash' Avai' May nd Call 335 5235 Kevin 4 20 5 5 **FALLSPPING*i Neal studious n s fel seeks same share thdi ba p close to UF No pls Call 373 0/86 4 17 2s Need M/F to sublease own roomsbaln in MllT Run aparlmen t for summer A/ C C Avail now hru Aug Call at 336 0701 4 20 5 5 Mile Run n/s studious mr sem, wnm condo central heat/ac, pool tan nis/washdry Star[ anytwr Call col ec 305 294 3094 4 27 10 5 Casa East F own bed/beth wash/dry great ap1 $250.12util negollable for Sum C call today Lyn 377 3832 4 20 5 5 N/S Io own Turn bdr in 4 bdr NE house Wash/dry $165/mo A /4 uli Available summer and/or fall Call Debbie 373 4639 4-20 55 MusucianusArtists cozy 3bdrm bungalow needs 12) social creatures to make I1 via ble $ISO fireplaces porch 2 baths 377 1510 420 5 S Rmm Wanted 10 share nice Sbd 2ba NW home All Amenities SIfipermo Ist Iasi $400 security 1/3 utility 372-7027 leave mesSage 4 20 5 5 Towne Parl F/N S rmml 'or Sum C $t65'mo .3util Own ro avail May fun rmmls Please ca[l lV msg 336 6682 4 Summer C own bedroom in nice 2 bed room house walk to campus, rent nego tieble 312 1086 4 23-a65 StAF N/S Roommsie wanted to share 4bdA3bthapt on Tower d $145 .1/4t il Call 332 6559 4 19-4 5 CET PI ti f needs same to share 3 binm NW spacious home May Augusa 135 .12 lt Woodsy yard 372 9858 evenings 4 Mature n/s I to share 2bdt itl2ba awn house, furnished near UF summer A/Or fall $17S, if? utl 335 4070 4 18 3 5 F Rmrrt needed to share lux apt at Larels May Aug. own bdw/d pool sauna great roommates'1$200fmod 1/3 until Kim 335 5641 4-20-5 5 We need F N/S for FALL/SPRING tr own bdrir3bdr2baHew Vil $146no+ 13 until Call Elaine or Brenda 374 9636 4 20-4 5 N/sm roommate to share large spacious masterrmrn furnished wd pool tennis Spar row Condos $1 05mnisrec deps Ph 332 045f 4-23 5 5 Ammt wanted for own bdtba al Peet itons Brand new apts. oler outstanding amenities in addition 1o a move in special $290 + 1/2 util 378-0703 or lv Ts takewood Villas summer c $250/mo all util included Jim 336D0079 4-20 4 5 OAK FOREST I n/s mmml, own turn nrir bdr w/ private be and balcony sum meraval May 1 $240/mo .1/2 urid call 335 8770 4 19 3 5 Nis tor own room in 3br house in SW Garage fenced yard,quiet neighbor hood 5 min to UF/Shands $135 mO+/3 utililies 338 1914 4 19 3-5 Need A Roommale For Fall N/SF prefer upper division student to share 2 or 3 bdr apt in Oxford Manor. call after 10pm The lea 373-5394 4-20-4-5 DA avail lte Apr or May I Carge house Washe Dryer Central air A heat $200jmo 113 util Prefer creative otlet or progrelivf politics or grad student Cell 378-4716 4 20-4-5 Ou l, clean. friendly n/s-own rm I/ 4bd/2bih house behind Normantrpic,cntel ac/heat avail fall+, SiSS/moi/4 util376-0549eVes 420 4 rmmt needed lor Summer Own bdrm in a 2bdrm/lbath api Furnished Home Stead ap $150/mo Call Bill at 336 0652 6 FOR SALE Alpine, Kenwood. Sony and 30 1more brands are all al our New Locationi Car Slit Speciasl 3215 NW 13 SI 372 2070 4-30-75-6 Longboards $250 ad On size wrr fLed $100 Wetsuit lull $75 SlurPOulmper Mrn bike $275 Bud neon Sign $100 Call 376 1803 4 17-5-8 USA Dat. Systems, Ino Computer ard ware, software, tulor, FREE eialling Student disc 336 4779 M F OatM 4pm 4 24-TO 6 Couch, chair A 2 end tables all malCh ri wood $125 336-9461 4 24 10 6 MACINTOSH for sale 128k w/ programs includng MacWrite, MacPal and corm program $650 also I need grad lis 336 0903 4 1746 Bedroom, living room A dining room furrn (ure 4Isal All in excellent condion' Call 372 8820 teave message 4 26106 MUST SEtL Graduating 3 desks, sofas and more Steve 335 6832 4 16-5 6 BIKE. Centerdon Ironeran, flShimano 600 SIS. new imron paint seat, wheels ex cond, $700 invest, will sacrfice $385 376-6728 pmr 4-17 3 6 Scan Design King Bed, Dinea, Desk Bookcase, Dresser 376 2933 4 18 4 8 Macintosh computer double hard disk drive imagewiter priniar, mouse end disk cabinet $000 OBO Call 372 6750 4-IS 4-6 FOR SALE bedroom furniture queen bed dresser, 2 nighttables, desi/char Excel lent condition Great price -nego 3354321 4 10-5-6 Greduatingl Couch, andtables. lamps, bedroom furniture Will take best offer Call 376-1733 4 17 3 0 Graduating Furniture for sale, full bed, dressed .desk, coffee table, and more Stacey 335-9800 4 19 S-u Graduating selling all 2Bdr-sdming oak end lbles., ete LOW Prceasl call 336 664 lye message 4 18-3 6 FOR SALE FOR SALE Rockford, Foegal, Yamaha. Pioneer, tolnly, Kicker, Code Alarm The Best Car S.rlo ineiallee In town Car St. ren to Go 375-1034 4 30 75 6 CAR ALARMS ins'alled emoTe control any car truck or van rliy guaranteed wi demo Call 336 9193 sudenrT Iv message 4 30 72 6 Ca Alar Au*oo.ge, Chmpman Home and Car Sterwo Pioneer, Saneul, Sherwood, and more We Beat All Prices' 373-3754 4 3069 6 MICRO CENE f I Computers 376 114b Editor choice Compu Add *Nothgare H P Price same a, lower than mail order Systems below include Fmb 40mb (29rsl graphics mn, or MC 286/12 St195 Packard Bll $1295 MC 3965* $,495 Nordbgale 386,20 $2399 P 286 laptop w/ hd & battery $1999 ComnpuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graph Cs monitor $970 1 & 3 year warranlos Onsice warranties Panasonic 1180 pr irte $185 HP Laser Jellip $1049 3743W University Ave 4 30 65 6 FUTON & FRAME SALEI From only $200 per sol Call Mart 377 5650 4 30 26 6 MUST SELLI VCR, TV Qucenbed micro wave table w/4 chairS, all in excellent condition Call 3/8 2202 4 20 10 6 For Sae Compact computer with 20 meg hard disc printer arid monitor Must sell' Will take best offer Rich 395 6635 4 23 106 Graduating Tan couch wi malebing chair 2 end tables dole bed True sand dresser, 2 desks will take best aler Elyse 375 0 87 4 17 5 6 MOUNTAIN BIKE cannotrdale 6 months old 90 frame red W/ yellow trim fa tires $400 firm Brian 376 6509 leave res sage 4 17 5 6 LOFT cuelom made single bed Fi ladder 9 mo old, very Sturdy easily assm blod/disasseombled apprvd by housing $125 395-8459 4 17 5-6 Kmgaie waterbed w/ bookcase drawers and rails $180 OBO Men' red 10 spd $60 Call Michelle 378 55t2 Iv message 4 17 5-6 Queen wlbd W/ pads & backbosd-s$ surfboard $50 electric drum set $450 player $30 Must self, Mark 373 6820 23-S 50. CD 4 MUSICIAN Beautiful Gibson else guiler $350 obo Hockman unit $100. EV pro qual vocal oric $125 negot 373 8l1i 423 5 6 CAMERA SALE Gel exposed 10 our HOT deals i'I Best JL 371 GEMS 4 23-5 6 7 REAL ESTATE Must SeolI Excel cond, condo 2br/2ba PebbleCreak are ,2739390r Call 013 666 SME or 813 62-3525 430-247 AsSrmabl. 8 1/2% tow down only $310/nmo P A I Adorable Spacious 1Bdr w/ oft. ceiling fan. skylight vertical blinds, lndry re, storage 4 2 docksBeau tiful landscaping w/lot of Dogwood & Ai. leas 374-4923 or 376-4702 evsswknds Classifleds. Continued on next page FIRST SLE lI Im Iectrioi couch qgritl codt al Mir hitlr It3'S 15FrE ,llf 4 103 6 House For Sal Cood to, 4 dt Aunr Wal~~ distance to Campus Creap P, 1i 378 4046 Leave mr'ssage 4 20 5 6 Crassic 1975 CarlI sicrusiif gtar u yrwra Spanr Is Lme 9 Mahnamny A relsi Inst boo, nl $350 tbo I/I 492h 4 20 5 6 compilir rdesk Ind prr.n, si,,id cond cabrer ianr drawer space Cill 3131 /is 4 'o 5 6 I-or sale large Co0uh with v alchiIng cia rs and glass will unt good Jondiori best offer call 336 8595 leave message 4 20 5 6 LOF I SUPFA COOL unique design 2 bed custom for beaty Carpeted I adder iCd Asking $165 395 SF40 4 20 5 6 Apt fual & furn grad sr mus sell couch 2 chairs bedroom set etc Cail Susan 3,8 7039 leave message 4 20 5 6 S 9 TIC suriboard i, hedsh excellent 1or beginners $100 BRAND new PASSPOR T radar detector still in be. $180 62 sur board new $250 195 /6/7 4 20 51 Great Deal Couch matching sofa end table coffee table lamp bedroom set (brand Row) All neg 377 80/2 4 18 3 6 Couch coffee and end tables TV Island papasan wall uni stardmg lamp book case waterbed Call Stetrrie 335 3/1 after 1 4 18 3 6 MUST Sill NOW' lDoor store furnir ''kerew'Graua1irg seniors eaoingtofn CAlL 336 5866 O leave mes 4 20 5 6 DISNE TE PCOT 3 Day Pass $50 00 Great Deal,,, Call 335 9886 4 IS 3 6 I ofr free standing w/carpet Fits 1214t dorm rm must see $125 oba 395 85-6 Kim 4 20 5 6 VITAMINS ART CHEAPER AT GAINES VILLE GYM 325 aio acid lablets $17 00 201 NW 6th SI 376 8400 4 20 5 6 Peach couch good condirion $150 nego able call Christy 336 4785 leave mas sage 4 20 5 6 Queen sire waterbed Nice wood h1eamr and pads Preity new $1 25 neg CaJl Lisa 336 7321 4 19 3 6 Bicycle rek 610 shimano components tgin race blue lice' cond $380 31S 2420 4 20 4 5 Schwin XR7 exercise Oike Excellent condition hardly used $125 obe Call 373 5067 lv mg 4 23 5 6 Airline ticket one way to St Louis is lsav ing Orlando May RS h $99 teave nIs sage 3350 542 4 '9 3 5 For sale beige sofa bed and lovseat gal, twin size Scandinavian bed Fallan chair 2 small colfoc tables Call 373 0017 4 23 5 6 GREAT OF ALS on various bdrm dining 8 living room fumiure MUST SEL prices nog Call Jodi at 3361560 42356 One way ticket Iron NY City to G ville on May16 $50 obo Call 395 8073 4 18 2 6 VV'ndsurfer Mir il Maui Good Condition 2 sails New Mast 3400 Call Jon 376 5726 4 ?7 5 6

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REAL ESTATE INDO lArndyw .i. L ,rn dr In,.I 0 ne wt r1 pool i Mi n J TI I coI ussrri monT qq $' 5 m, & 'opi Ice 19 23 1 1 -41 151 I IOPMANSION0r4 o''.1 LAT131 1 S$280 01111 I yI ,I ily c t'I ly 1'? n8 I .0 1' iol ar !ong mad trortAg, ,otO 10 1 9Wlliston Rd $5600 per ore Ve y I dy Baley RiAllo' 3/2 molt 4 26 10 FIy Owrror Suburban He ghs 4bdr.den 2 L hi living rr irnplace oral dining 'o aily em 2400 ,q!t $115 000 3770497 ?0 5 >t, 1 1 ?ba 'wnhse in exc cond She I Role Villas org owner Extras in ii'l ceiling lans Wd 1I quality assume 0% I IA loan w Ow down 41 900 332 h1'4 1' msg 4 23 5 7 8 MOTORCYCLES or rising?' Ibonda E10 50 Sco( itr i0 m E no r ellhnt condition $5',1 I'', ib 411 10 Li tnr-rna Mooed I xcd Condi' Or P It 1 1 l ii v -r, -k p Cill Craig l 1/Hl 854 1 1 l a 88 Horda ie I X Perfect cord ITT mi Sought for $1300 in OC1 asking $1100 obo Hlulr'el ncI Ve 3173833 4 17 5 MSOPI 1) Yadi on IArts runs lIawless oW n mi q. rr ,ieago very depend ,0 W re Ie $250 r'eg Call Moe 336 To -Hoodi I I 'F1 0r 0 I 5 exC el'nl SI I LC .in to h ,11 $600 332 I 8 e o '. 1 1 1' a a ior e I i S O MO rurS 9 et blue I I -.r r ItA $Loi or bet offer, call I k I i A 'A I I message 4 18 A IN I t W 1 l 411 A 150 With Kerker F < SI I t, '11'or $1100 060 3/3 o IONIA In 1 i0 r gr di Xcir for ow' & ny I r''oi earm Seal levw t .trr A Sn'$S 1ca1395 /085 i 4 61 K I, I Ik ;IL>' 55r .,p ble Keker' rIo r i W iN I Acrs I e he moIs n Ki'T 3/r I l3 1 In I A '980 Suri '00G1 f r'Turo Rebui.t $375 obo Ca I GCorog or Alan 375-9915 Isg L F y 10 r O Great to park 4 18 o 8 1985 Hoia L600RA ENDUROi Excel ent cord $1000 wi nelmel Cal John a1 335 5444 Leave miosige 4 23 5 8 84 HONDA AT fO Scooter crew battery helmet and cover included 65MPH $350 call Candi 3e 9500 4 23 5 8 94 JAWA MOPED Reat the heat Re centry SerVIced and -unI great Call Rob 37t 3423 Spin liri 4 20 48 9 AUTOS 75 VW Beetle Lovingly restored NEW upholstery Ant pnIs carpet, shs tires butlerscotch pnt, strong engine $2100 Warren 336 7392 4 23 5-9 84 Renault Encore, red, aulo AMtFM ste r(o, ad, low miloaoe Some transmission trouble Must sell best otter lakes it 395 9e10 4-17-5-9 f98s VS Chevy Camaro w/ awesome 380 amp sound, map wheels, top shape, $6250 1-231 1551 4 20-7-9 1979 OLDS CUTLASS mechanics special / green good rims and tires / $600 obo Call 335.7088 ask lor Nate 4 17 5-9 1979 Chevette Brown Auto Main GCO 5900 OBO Christi 335-6838 leave mae sage 4 18-5-9 09 Honda Accord Sport Coupe, white burgundy interior, tinted windows, beaul l cond .low mPies, $1,000 335-6964 72 Ford Torino One owner, runs groel, tiremely reliable, safe transportation $750 Call 373-591 4-1734 1977 Flat Spider 1800 New Front Susperl sion, New Atoernalor. Brakes, Tires, Into nor Body damaged Call 373-3728 For detail, leave message $500 50 4 1S AUTOS C1FF AP IOro Chivy Cipriu. Idr I, ,Try sno-hly very dependable transtr il'on $30 1 .r IS 15e s 1 20 11 A/1 f Oo i IO 0i t Jsrm V, A' n k plopIne stove ridge laDle I bed Many new Parts $1100 ORO 3/f q09 A 20 5 9 // Olds Olriega runs great r'cw Oul A C Trres all radtr Amore $esoobol 136 0252 leave message must sell.i 19 4 9 Is It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through the U S Government' Gel he facts loday Cal 1 708 742 C 4 at 688 4 17 1 9 80 Fiat Spydr corwspd'Some main Great summer car $1900/obo Call Goorgi 375 9925 Lv mrge 2 O 4 tO 2 81 Lanma Beta silver, AC. sunroof, blk leather a fun car to drive' $2750 obo call il 135 2698 v msg 4 23 5 9 10 WANTED I oca Artst needs GOLD Gems Class H ngs L IC Top S or Trade Ozzie's Fine h Wety 3V3 9?43 4 30 75 tO Desperately need 2 graduation As Will pay $ Call 335 2974 and leave message 4 1 ? 5 10 ir DESPFRATE need of Grad Tickets Willing Io PAY 11 interested pease call 378 5217 4 20 6 10 GRAD fix desperately need grad tx Will pay $$$' Huge immediate family Anyone al/ tra tis call n f 8 10pm 335 /314 4 1 1 3 10 Wanted Cars [rucks For Salvage run ITnglnol running. wracked etc 371 1575 We Buy And Move 4 20 5 10 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at I 75 & NW 39th Ave near Oaks Ma11 area 5K5t010 120 Irom $20 10% disc o rudents 33? 8917 4 390 1I BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NW 10th Ave 3/2 ln64 MC.VISA Insurance Free Pregnancy Test Member National Aboritn Federation 4 30 ?5 11 SEXUALL Y TRANSMITTED DISEASE' Gt confdential testing and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 4 30 /5 11 AAA STORAGE Close to UF, Convieornt 44a4 $15/mo 4x8.8 $25/mo 533 SW 2nd Ave 377 1771 4 30 IS 11 ** GATOR MOVING ** FulkServ Mov/Storaoe/Packing I tem/Hse Full DaysrEves Long dls Liins Harry/Bill 3744791 4-30-75-I SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM eas sons boarding woodser fAcIlitlO, hay rides parties sales working smdents accepted 466 3224, 375-800 4 30 75 It *SUNBELT MOVING* Protesional MovngfPacking S Supplies 1 Item -House full Local/Lng diet Lie/Ins Priced for StudentsI Marty 375-MOVE 4 30 75 11 *FREE* Pregnancy Test Gainesville Women's HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 377 5656 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services 4 30 71 11 MOVING? Resourceul student wll size truck will beat any price in town 336-9461 4-25 19-Il SERVICES MOVING I bring nil or I.me I I1 Toi Movrl p._k 2 ore A dblier yor no lorr rr o j n adl 11 1 1' 14818 A 33 1 It1 ONE STOP DENTISTRY A pf.plrno new pi merg Ad, I coing $30 cild $20 14) Wisd lee $325 13) Wsd ce $250 '2)Wisd lee $200 N 1,s Oide Accept MC V AL Vt'd oly wi'h coupon up To (4) people i I Consoulin DDS 372 9521 430 19 11 Van Trailer SOt high by 40 IF long by 8 t wide for summer storage purposes For info 332 828 Mr Kaplan !y msg & pnone $ 47/ 1511 Beautiful Live Guitar Music lor your wed ding or party by Axp professional Acos lic or dnce music avail Larry 136 5624 4 17 5 11 Need Help Moving) Sludents moving Students Fas! Reliable Cheap Wel 1do ITall Erick 335 /617 4 30 1I 1 itSUMES don Iwal ill the Iasi minute gat the best now For apl 378 6165 2950 SW Archer A1so see our grad an rouncelents RESUME CITY 4 20 5 11 VIDEO DUPLICATION VIDEO EDITING Walton Electronics 3t6 5858 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITE, WE TYPE Business Legal Personal Reports Herm Papers Typeset Resume Etc G vile Handicapped Typing 378 71 lq 4 30 15 12 Ty ping reports business I egal resumes cassettes transcribed appl, nations fetters notary *etc Available 24 hours/7 days'372 2777 4 30 75 12 Typing $1 00 pg min $5 00 Reporis, Theses, whatever Grad School P 1 List W 917 NW 13th 3/3 9822 4 30 75 MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376 0339 Full 3 self service computing Typing starts 1 50pg A Resumes $6 Self service resdmes $2 S0iM 15/page Laser Typeset graphics spell check Theses papers special characters employ meet databases mailmrge r* training WordPerfect specialist Via/MC 4 30 Typng/Word Processing Ou able service Reasonable printer 377 8175 Or 9 00pm alty depend rates Laser 4 30 29 12 TPING SERVICES I v 9 Wordprocesng Woderoc '1 1 L iy work fasI results low 'ates dp Il'b'f prrson'I qu'rri-e T.on 332 3054 12 i II TYPING WS I ASEP PRINTED Nl ol GRAD edliprooTspell no -no i orol A po 1649 4 o5 21 2 I 11ir Wr li, F-asI accuraIo -eliable erv ri Masters in F english wiI check ipe hind edil 24 hrs 3/1 1937 4 30 23 12 IS a 24 hour wordprocessng Reports resumes cover letters and more Call 336 8535 Cai lelurned ASAP 4 30 2, 12 **ACE WOROPROCESS NG** Resumes term papers dissertations, legal technical 335 /064 4 20'5 12 PickupiDel Typing and wordproc near campus Dependable quality service Reasonable Ales 24ti/day Call Carol 3/3 4464 4 17 11 12 QUAtIY lypirg A laserorlit Thesis, esume papers Ugrad ownef Scribe Se-vices 81 NW 13 St 3I 6'70 **** 41 30 1t IBM Compatible WP5 0 Laser srInter' legalmedical term.nology reports papeus thesis Call 378 2034 4 20 11 12 Typing and Wordprocessing -Legal, term papers etc Prolessioral quality and reliable service Call Nancy 372-2750 4-24 10 12 **** QUICKSILVER **** uock l guaranteed 24 hi? days Starting at $1 50 per Page Call Jared at 318 6515 4 17 5 12 TYPING legal medrcalthosrs/terMn pa peas etc Prolessional expedient $1 per page Call 375 3324 Message 4 1 5 12 TYPING Near Butler Plata Fast Se, vice $1 25 double space Call 373 8387 4 26 10 12 SI1page accurate al reliable Gradu ate school approved II years esp Mary 3/2 0706 4 18 2 12 TYPING 371 6435 Wordperfect spell checked $1 50 a page & up $500 min mum Term papers repor s letters Oe 4 13 HELP WANTED AVON 375 8967 Sell Avon Full or Part time We Train Benefits Insurance 4 30 75 13 Need volunteers for a 2 week study of a new psoriasis medicalion 331 5379 4 30 47 13 HELP WANTED NEW ENGLAND BROTHE RiSIS IL CAMPS MASS Counselor Positionc 1br program spectalisis ream Sporn len rs Performing Arts. Walerfront lrquio Mah Kee Nac(loyst 190 linden Ave Glen Ridge NJ 07028 Dontee(ir ) I1 Horseneck Road, MantIvile NJ 01045 Please call 1 800-770 0520 4 18 48 13 EARN $35 this week to, new donors for 2 plasma donations on our new automated ma chnes Special bonus programs each month Free refreshments, free parking Experienced staff serving you since 1969 Cail or stop by Gaineaville plasma, 238 SW 4th Ave 378 9431 Mon Fr, 8 7 Sal 82 430-7313 Full time summer camp counselor posi TIons avail G vitle YMCA -reliable peop le who enjoy children Call 376 7172 4 17 513 Ceramic decorating. 10 hys per wk Art ed, art. etc job begins May 90 Close to UF Aeply to Box 286, Gainesville 32602 4 18 5-13 insurance ottice needs full tnime recep tionIst for summer May? Aug24 8 5 Mon Fri must have typing A computer skills Call for appointment 377 2077 4 18 5 13 EIN/ESI major for research in Micropro cessors, A/c & D/A conversion, servos, sensors Cal 377 98 4 19 5 13 REAL ESTATE SALES Now associates welcome Formal and one on-one train Ing Sol Cmndy Bailey Realor 372 se a 2 10 M or Fm Leasing Agent Part ime Must work weekends Apply LaMancha Apis 914 SW 9th Ave 4 20-5 13 ATTENTION JAX STUDENTSI Nowhlng wait staff. bartenders. cocktsioers high volume restaurant, good summer $Apply now Te -Max CantIna 8520 Baymeadows Rd 4-20-5-13 Ollice Assistant to answer phones file etc Hours Mon Fri 2 7 and Saturdays 9 2 Nonsmoker Call 375 0772 4 20 5 13 ATTENTION It you are 16 years orolder earn up to $200 weekly working part Iimeno transportation necessary Call the Tan"pa Tribune or Dan a' 378 0012 4 20 5-13 Marketing Research Assistant non smoker, 15-20 hrawk, mornings only Prefer soph/jr, speak/read Sparish or other language Good computerloffice skills plus 3 0 gpa Sring resume to Al Ichem Ind 4001 Newberry Rd Suile E-3 Gvl 4-20-5-13 For The Emerging Professional Psychologist FOREST INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY Introducing Our New Campus in Huntsville, Alabama RICH IN SOUTHERN HISTORY AND TRADITION DCC$OofEfychology inClinical fPychology T'his Ionrsr PSYD. pagram ptdun effectiv., well-mundad pmctitiona. of pwhmiaonsl psychology. Mker of Arlo in Pychology This fiv.tstenisr pegmm builds a strng foundation for PSY.D. work. WRE OR CALL FOREST INSTITUTE of Professional Psychology 2611 Leeman Fer7 Road Huntsville, AL 35801 (25) 536-9088 McCoy Mini Storage 2160 N E rat Blvd 5 A 10 10 10 10 X 20 Call Us 376-3216

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I545 0 2 50), 80o. 1015 n ME (4 I 30, @150 250) 730.055 The Roots of the alestinian-Israeli Problem Mr. Sami A. Al-Arian floftsa at UniwmIty o South flui Interested in Middle East Problems? ?&am iwa to attend t"rn lecture! Wed. April Room L007 18 8:30pm Turlinton Hall_ u.omocdby MCA at U.F 372-1980 4d HELP WANTED SUMMER CAMP COUNSEL OHS orost' gors camps in ME and W VA seek activ ity counselors lor soccer walerskiing woodshop piano baseball, computers cycHing animal care arsi/cralt, archery ritery Soffice work Top salaries spend the summer ol your 1id0 1 800 446 2283 TENNIS STAFF six prestigious summer campus viW VA & ME seek dynamic ten n's counselors Top sa'lRS priae l sons travel allowances Call 1 600 446 2283 4 19 3-13 MEDICAL, NURSING, OR MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS Shands Hospital at University of Florida has 2 student assistant positions aveilabla in the infection Control department The po silion will work with infection control praclictioners by assisting in palienit our vefIlance, chart review, clerical duties and errands Familiarily with patient chars, medical terminology and phamaseuticals is necessary Nursing, medical, or medical technology students with clinical experienceandwhoare selt directed are preferred Hours are flexible and require a commitment a 10 20 hours per week Qualified applicants should submit an application or resume no later than Thursday. April 20, 1990 to Leo le Samnt Shands Hospital at the Univerasity of Florida Box J 337 Gainesville FL 32610 (904) 395 0786 EOE 4 17 1 13 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS. terminal & pc's. buy. sell trade, rent a rsir Grat prices. DUAL ITY, COCS BIB W Unv 338 0370 4 30 75 14 LOCAL/MUSIC BUSINESS Very low Investmeant needed for i ndlvi sl(s) terest In retail & n recording business Only serious Inquiries need apply Call 377-7453 4-23-5-14 15 PERSONALS LADIES MAKE MONEY We buy & sell good u sed clothing Call Second Act 373 0527 4 30 75 15 Vuarnet/Carrira/Rsy-BanrGator Great prices-reg or re aunglasses The Optleal Laboratory 378-5563 Sig SW 4 Ave t block from Ala Gan 4-30 75-15 Natural Foods and Vitamins Birkenstock Sandals Sunflower Health Foods 87 SW 34th St 572-748? 430-75 15 PREGNANT7 Dont guess GOtImmediate lost results from a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 430-75-15 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL Get special student discounts on exams and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT HOOD 377-0501 4-3075-15 Look Your Best Everydayl Call Kali at Omega Electrolysis. 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r PII IRTATI strikes Troubles may continue for Gators a deal with SportsChannel By JASON DAVIS Alligilor Stiff Writer A,'or t,)iidtriig t prititI ofFers I c I '411n poil>t Itork.l liionid loi (i t dIIT' .I [mi 11T I (i i t c in In .LddiiIooi, he Iwo pirtIe aii itInouiteil ihe lormitt IIII f ( .t IFr Vaoei Network, a tnIire llIm "Ill .dllk% briadl~s 'hallons '11(und the SIl' to stiiltajsi S(F's covtrg oi Il. sports Nie television slaitns will malke ap the GaturVisoun Network and will show 73 of lie 97 sp ris events sl, allue real fites $(ff,f)( houtsuholds, bilt flitad itt o[he hroadcasi stations, which Ire mTi Iurkts that do not Filer SC brings ih( total possible vit-wirshtp to nearly 4 1 irttior hucushl0ds Ii,, fourrm,,tion of GutrorVismun, is well as the ontirau extension, is the culnination tit nearly p year of negotalmon with S( I I arlier thi vv;r i, Itueraive Gators tonlrict was irlld bv tishne Network .ind its larger I it'rsi, itF 2 85 nilhOll hilu i WXhen a( begin negotiaiotis, We were iniir4tt'Sd itii euvig four things reaching I iti' IIholdsTelvasingThemup4ath [it li il'. ixiintimig the rights fee. and i:'.Lsi/ll)'Iig tlt nrurke tng .nd prtImi on I f ui (v rail progrirm" til Athiletu lirl rr khill '\rlairgu'r ,1d "WI I It ?II I I I th it Sports( n[iiil -our 1! %ii n I I rtiler [or [it -las inthree irs ,%( orinniledii, thIn same brigs lhir imi] pl itniliffen cive i. evrythtig we wilmted Another as.pel that iade SCI 'softerairarve was te fItI that Sports(hanntol Amnrta, whc reaches bout million haul nalionally, ian pick ill) some of the events The deal with SCF includes televising All 11 football games on a tape-delayed basis, U A minimum of II basketball games, E 15 baseball games, and 18 other men's and women's athletic events. the balance will be in preseason sports shows, coaches' shows and the like. SportsChannel Amrenca will televise the coaches' shows of football coach Steve Spur. river and basketball coach Lon Kroger The contract also calls for SCF to seek additional cable subscribers and broadcast stations for the GatorVision Network Men's tennis team to face Seminoles 'he UF men's tennis team, 16-6 overall and 4-3 in the Southeastern Conference, travels to Tallahassee today to play Florida State in its last non-conference match of the season. Freshman Bruce Haddad (14.6) and sophomore Doug Proudian, 14-1, lead the Gators. Haddad and new partner David Blair am undefeated asa doubles team. The Gators defeated Florida State 7-2 at the Varsity Courts in Februay in a match that wa closer than the score indicated. UF has won seven of its last eight matches. -sMRY ameN By ALEX MARVEZ It the I .base-bill team thought it had frouhliwith Il siwplr lc (jver the. A eekenId. tIe pI I b F I Is ii'LV tF,[iI ItmI] at I ,i i oday when I[ 14 Aors play the Urnversity ol New Orleans in lie lifs dhy ol fhiiinditii (]ub ( rssi itildt stalky hield in Mobile, Ala I 1i. (aiirs (.1 240 iverdih4 ini t' ouliterion 1 Iferce)allowI l Ini s iI three giie' Ill two 5L( lo.si' to The bulldogs (I[ is low i nl .1 sixth lp ite [it iII he %lt( Witlli AIliaari lit rivlifters (27-16) del,1ited M sssippi Stilt twit i I F mts earlier this sesol, and(Il iIso lIst two close road games last wek to Miami, the iatinii's tp-rranked team in the latest Collegiate BaseThe UF baseball team faces New Orleans today in the Diamond Club ClasSIC at Mobile, Ala. baiSN pOll John lahr (2-3, o0') IlEA) is he Gatorsscheduled starting pulther ior tlidav's gin ,an Frain&sdii, a sector left -hander. is laed for New (rlvan Franceshiis5-2thisstas,,iinwiphal r71RA and two shutouts Mike Moberg leads [tF im baiting with a 338 average, and has Il doubles and 21 Rill Eric Martinez (325, 31 Ril, 7 home runs) and Dave Majeski (305, 13 Rill) are The ith Ilr two 11 starters hitung over 100 I ead'n Nt-w Orleans is Glenn (sm,, ski lo:3, 3b lill, 9 IIR), Alan Bernard (.325. 29 Rill. 4 HR) and Anthony Irone (291, 19 Rill) I he winner ot the ULF/New Orleans game Fll play the winner of the Southern Mssissippi/South Alabamacontest, which begns at7 tonight. in the tournament final at 7p at Wednesday Lasersof both games will play at 4 p m Wednesday Brel Stuart (F1, 78) is scheduled to pitch Wednesday for UF N Autopsy report delayed. The Alachua County Medical Examiner's office still has not completed its autopsy on late UF pitcher Steve Georgiadis, who died March 17 from complications following shoulder surgery. Results were expected last week but have been delayed Ryan proves experience is best teacher Veteran coach give By JEFF MORIARTY Alligator Wrrter the (lay Mmi Ryan started coaching varsity glf t UTF, Rich ard Nixon was presidenl, U S rouls were III Vietnam inid bellbottom pants were Frre popular thail woTen' golf lilt snce iit day two decades ago, btEl boitonmshave gon. out of style and women's golf ihas toultii titd to gain respect -even at IF Ryan has built womelns gull at (F nto Fle of the most prestigious in he nation Ryan, now 54. has been ta part of The athlete program longer than any other coach currently at UF. She hascoached playerssuch as Iori Garbac,, Lurie Rinker, Donna White and Deb Richard, who all have had successful careers on the [.INA tour During Ryan's 20 seasons at UF, her players Never have finished worse than eighth in national championship competition. Won back-to-back NCAA tities in 1985 and 1986 Won five SEC titles and seven of the last nine State Collegiate tournaments. Have earned All-Amenca status 22 times Ryan is a charter member of the National Golf Coaches Hall of Fame and the only coach ever to have a team with all five players named All-America selections, which she did in 1986 And she's sill going strong This year. her golfers have climbed to a No 6 national rankig and have a chance to win the national title Before coming to UF, Ryan never seriously considered playing professional golf because there was not enough money in it -not even enough to fly to the next tournament. She decided to coach because she wanted to "play golf and get paid for it." Throughout her career, Ryan has employed a unique way of coaching. Unlike the traditional definition of the word "coach", she s UFgolfers 20 years of leadership on the links avoids telhng her players what da or what to practue -' try to give them nothing but enuouragemient,"Ryan said "With the facility we've got here to pracice now, hell, I can just sit in my off e I can make them go down I there (the driving range), but I iator iake thein practice Hit golf balIs. yes, but you can go town there and hit five million golf balls and you haven't lared a lhiug other than that you've got hliqers on your hands "I don't have to mold an offense or mold a defense so I don't have to have them all practicing the same things at the same time Ryan says she lets her players do their own thing because she won't be with them the whole time on the golf course "I've got to make sure that I talk to them always with positive thoughts and hopefully that will 'osmosis' into them so that they th ink o theirgolf game m positive ways." she said Ryan said she stresses this positive attitude even when the players write in their yardage books what they want to do on a hole In 1986, Page Dunlap approached herduringa tournament and told Ryan that her "think positive" theory was correct because, in her yardage book, Dunlap wrote "Don't go left" on a hole She hooked it left .said to ,age, What are you going to do?'and she said, "Get an eraser Ryan said. T7he mind does not understand negatives, it does not understand 'don't' All those years you said, 'Don't do something, you probably did it Ryan has the experience of "all those years." This season is Ryan's 20th with UF, but even though she has a putter made from a cane, she contends she's not old. "You have to stay young to keep up with them," Ryan says. "But I SuETTE COOi -.LIJ still can't stand their music." Even though Mimi Ryan has a putter made from a ca And she still doesn't wear bellshe still laughs off ribbing about her 20 yearn as bottoms. woMnn'. go" Dutc "U, UF. S UF