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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 149 THURSDAY APRIL 26, 1990



congressional hopeful faces full ballot I I

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By BLAKE FONTENAY Also, Lecanto resident Larry Gallagher I haven't gotten very far," White said. "By to follow the intent of the law- which
Alligator Writer has pre-filed to run against Stearns in the next week, I expect for it (the petition) to was to have qualifying deadlines in May,
Republican primary. be 90 percent complete. Right now, it's Evans said.
For LaMonte White, the part-time UF White a 25-vear-old international affairs dismal." "The division (of elections) has taken the
student who's planning to run for Congress, and history major, said The qualifying dead stance that the petitions must be in by May
there's good and bad news. he's not discouraged by line for the primaries mayor 4," Evans said. "If someone contests it, we
The bad news: If White qualifies to run the prospect of a LaMonte White de- may not be fast ap- may lose because it's in the statutes for June
for the Sixth Congressional District seat, crowded ballot. proaching, depending on 4 Anybody who wanted to could chal-
he's likely to face at least one possibly "The more, the mer- cided to run for the how one interprets the lenge it."
three opponents in a Democratic primary. rier White said. "It
,
seat when law.Last Election officials want the petitions to be
no one
The good news: Because of a glitch in doesn't bother me." year, Congress submitted by May 4 so all of the signaturescan
federal election laws,White and his potential But all of the hopefulsfor emerged to chal- moved the qualifyingdates be certified by May 11, Evans said.
opponents may have an extra month to the seat still must for fall primariesfrom
Like White,Johnson said he first thought
qualify for the Sept. 4 primary. qualify, either by payinga lenge the incum- June to May. This about running after reading that no one had
White, a student at UF and Santa Fe $5,370 fee or by collect- bent, Republican year, that means candidates challenged Stearns for the seat.
Community College since 1986, decided to ing 6,126 signaturesfrom must complete all
run for the seat after he read in a local Democrats who are Clifford Stearns. qualifying paperwork before Johnson, who plans to pay the fee if he
newspaper that no one had emerged to registered to vote in the May 11.However. runs, said he might still be the only Demo-
challenge the incumbent, Republican Clif- district. The district, lawmakers cratic candidate if White and Rothstein don't
ford Stearns. which has more than 200,000 registered apparently forgot to revise the deadline collect enough signatures."I .
Since then, candidates have emerged. Democrats, includes Alachua, Marion, Cit- dates for submitting qualifying petitions, think it's going to be difficult for themto
Gainesville attorney Paul Rothstein pre- rus, Hernando, Lake, Sumter and parts of said Connie Evans, election records super. get on the ballot by the petition method,"
filed to run for the office last week. And Pasco and Putnam counties. visor in the secretary of state's office. Johnson said.Rothstein .
Arthur Johnson, another Gainesville attor- did not return repeated phone
White is trying to get the signatures and
That be that
oversight might loophole
a calls to his office this week.
ney, said Wednesday that he is "strongly
said Wednesday that he had collected between would allow candidates to submit petitions
leaning toward" entering the race. Tavares 200 and 300. until June 4, Evans said. Wollin was returning from a trip to Wash-
attorney Joan Wollin plans to announce ington and could not be reached for com-
whether she will run this week. ""Actually comparison with what I need However, election officials in Tallahassee ment.


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: + + for finalsBy


CHERYL WEIS
Alligator Writer

Carleton Auditorium and the
Marston Science Library will be ;
.,t r open all night during finals weekto
9 c. di0. provide students with a placeto
study after most campus librar-
ies close.
Academic Cabinet Director
Evan Charles said Carleton Audi-
torium will be open to all students
from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. starting
Friday and lasting until May 4.
Brad Curry,reserve supervisorat
the Marston Science Library,
said the library will be open until
3 a.m. today. Starting Friday, it
will remain open 24 hours a day,
lasting until May 4.
Student Government, who re-
served the auditorium, spent
about$600 to publicize the event,
posting flyers in dormitories and
other buildings at UF and placing
advertisements in local media.
"We all think it is a great ideato
keep the library open,"Student
Body Vice President Kevin May-
eux said. "This will provide extra
space for students to study in,anda
secure atmosphere."Last .
E. ANN STODDARD..-ALLIGATORplan year, about 700 people
Big bubble, no trouble studied at Carleton for exams,"

UF sophomore Dan Hay, 19, uses the 'Bubble Thing" to make huge bubbles near Thomas Hall Wednesday. see Study, page 2

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C.X ( S 373-1234
Beer
Nickel
Over Beethoven: A recital fora Schuman, Richard Bull, Rob Knox homeless and needy continues until fl n3t 4310 I NW23rd
master's degree in music will be and Bruce Klein will have an acous- May 4. Drop off clothing and small Tonite Now 3 locations! Avenue
held today at 1 in Music Building tic concert tonight at 9:30: at the household goods at Law School 1605 SW 13th St 375-1234
Room 120. Call 335-9456. Hardback Cafe. Call 377-6817. Room 141. Call 3928835.All Roses S!
Octopus' Garden: The Scuba Come together: The Fine Arts Together Now: The Reitz 34th
Club will meet tonight at 6 in the College Council will meet Friday Union Program Council's Arts Com- Advertise Already! .34th Street Street plaza
Florida Gym Pool Classroom to plan morning at 8:30: in the Fine Arts mittee needs people to paint muralsin $1495/Doz 336-1234,
the Mexico trip. Call David Green, Building A Conference Room. Call third floor meeting rooms. Call

3354313. Carl, 3959795.I'm 3921655. -
She' a Woman: Philosophy Looking Through You: The If I Needed Someone: The

professor Ofelia Schutte will discuss opening of Wade W. Highlen and Alachua County Crisis Center is "A GREAT LITTLE GIFT SHOP"
Feminism and Art in the Age of Jorge A Perez's Exorcisms and Bap- looking for new Crisis Line Coun ?
Avant Garde tonight at 8 at the Ar- tisms show is Saturday night at 8 at selors. Fifty hours of training in
titorium. Call 335-9796. the Artitorium. The show will fea- suicide and crisis intervention is

The Word: UF President John ture drawings and photographs. Call provided. Call 3723659.
Lombardi! will speak before the 335-9796. Helpl!: Volunteers are needed for .
Hispanic Student Association meet- And Your Bird Can Sing: The the Florida Special Olympics May
ing tonight at 6:45: in Reitz Union Alachua County Bird-a-thon began 18-20. Call the Special Olympics
Room 349. Call 3757598. Sunday and will include activities Volunteer Hotline, 374-0814.
A Day In the Life: The Graduate throughout the week. Volunteerswill With a Little Help From My Your Graduation Headquarters
Student Council will meet tonight at bird-watch throughout the coun- Friends: The student group of Al-
6:30: in McCarty Auditorium. Call ty. Call Kathy Haines 3728942.Old coholics Anonymous meets every If) Unique Gifts and Goodies
373-7972. Brown Shoe : The AmericanBar Thursday night at 8:30: in Reitz !
(; Balloons Cuddly Teddy Bears &
While My Guitar Gently Weeps: Association Law Student Union Room 357. Call Pat at 335-
Local artists including Marty Division's Clothing Drive for the 1796. Party Supplies Stuffed Animals
Cards by the 1000's Custom Made Gift Baskets

Fine Wines & Imported Beers
STUDYfrom "Libraries are better because but this semester all floors will be

page 1 they seem to have a more study- open if needed, Curry said. Butler Plaza Archer Rd. 378-0298 We deliver.
like atmosphere, and they also
The Student Nighttime Auxiliary -
Mayeux said, This year, becauseit's have places where you can study Patrol will be at Carleton Au-
been better publicized, I think by yourself," he said. ditorium and Marston Science
about 900 students will study
UF sophomore Stephanie
Library from 1:30: am. to 6 am. MOM U4ED *110 4AV
there. Bearden who normally studies all
until May 4. Dispatcher Jill Gaston EAT ( VEGETABLE//
Together, the library and audi- night before taking final exams, said walking escorts would be NOW YOUR I GO
torium will give students a choiceof said she appreciates the change of available at both locations. TO 4oNNY14-

places to study. But UF sophomore scenery Carleton will offer."I .

Erik Lawson said he proba- would probably use Carleton
"The van will be used only if it's
bly would avoid the auditorium."I because I would have already beenat really needed," Gaston said.

probably won't use Carleton the library so long Bearden "There will be someone from hereat

because it has too much open said. both places unless only a few

space and is too public," Lawson In the past, only the 2nd and 3rd people study at Carleton then

said, "but I'm totally for having the floors of Marston Science Librarywere there will only be someone at CSE 4,1
/
library open 24 hours. open 24 hours during exams, (Marston)." mor/dr..Fr.,

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I Judge denies Rowe appealDefense ILIyy


told their case was not biased by prosecutorBy n,

DUANE MARSTELLER said. "But then again, (Sanders) had listened to i
these issues before, so I can't say I'm not sur-
Alligator Staff WriterA ,
prised. We did have some strong Issues the eY
circuit judge Wednesday denied two defense confession of a 13-year-old boy and the improper
motions that sought to give 14-year-old David comments made by the prosecutor in his closing
Rowe a new trial, but one of his attorneys said he arguments."
will appeal the youth's conviction. In his 12-page motion for a new trial filed
Circuit Judge Elzie Sanders turned down two Monday, Rush charged that Carlin prejudiced the
motions by defense lawyer Robert Rush Wednes- jury by criticizing the fields of psychology and
day one that wanted Sanders to overturn the psychiatry and by criticizing Rowe's insanity de-
jury's March 16 guilty verdict, and the other that fense. Rush also said Carlin led the jury to believethe
sought a new trial. Rush said Chief Assistant State knife used in the attack had been found, butit
Attorney John Carlin prejudiced the jury by criti- was never introduced as evidence.

cizing the insanity defense,violating a 1988 Florida Sanders didn't agree, and Carlin said he was
Supreme Court decision. sure the judge would not grant a new trial."I to

Rowe was found guilty of attempted first-degree am pleased that the judge ruled that my
murder and armed burglary in the April 1989 arguments were fair and proper," Carlin said. "It
stabbing of UP student Stacy LaRocca.If is the duty of the defense counsel to raise whatever
Sanders had granted both motions, Rowe issues they could find,but I don't think their issues
would have received a new trial. Instead, he Is still were valid."

being held in the Alachua County Juvenile Detention Rush said he will file an appeal with the 1st
Center awaiting his May 18 sentencing.Rush District Court of Appeals in Tallahassee after Roweis
said he was disappointed with Sanders' sentenced as an adult, but he hopes Rowe
denials, but expected it. receives mental health counseling as part of his
"Well, I'm sad that he denied them both," Rush sentence.chooses.


I Law group president1st 6iee


black leader seeks diversity, improved relations

By MONICA HAMILTON women, blacks, Hispanics and representatives of
other minority groups, he said.
Writer
I Alligator "Jerry (Hamilton) would like to see JMBA become
The first black president of the UF College of more involved in the actual politics of the ,/
Law's John Marshall Bar Association hopes to law school and other serious issues that are facing
increase student-faculty interactionat the law students," said law school
the law school and encourage hir- assistant dean Raheem Reed.
ing practices that would make the Reed said he isn't surprised stu-
faculty more diverse. dents elected Hamilton as president.
"Most faculty members are stand- "He is a very mature and well-re
offish from the students because spected student in the law school
there's a big generation gap betweenthe A community and has been involved in
students and faculty," said first- number of different projects his first '.J e % 1 1s
year law student Jerry Hamilton,who year," Reed said.
officially became president of the or- Born in Kingston,Jamaica in 1967, l
ganization Friday."I Hamilton moved to the United Statesin .
would also like to see a more 1982 with his brother and mother
integrated campus because with Hamilton His father remained in Jamaica,
diversity comes a mind set.different where he practices law.
from the old-boy system that pervades me law
After from the of Miami
school today" Hamilton said. graduating University ? ..... 4
5 { ,
with a finance degree in 1989, Hamilton entered I .r.
Although two student JMBA representatives sit UF's law school. He hopes to remain in the United REGGIE GRANT-ALLIGATOR
I on the law school's hiring committee, they aren'ta110wed States, practicing corporate law and eventually Slip slidin' away
to vote. Hamilton said students must havea entering politics, he said. Seven-year-old Anthea Meier plays on the slide at Maguire 'I I.
direct impact on whom the school hires.
afternoon.over .
see Hamilton, page 5 Village Tuesday
The law school faculty must include more


I Future lab site may not be property of musewnl


By RONALD DUPONT JR. paid for through private donations some who should get the land-the museumor museum's anthropology section, causing
of which must be used by a certain time. WAS "remains unresolved." crowding problems that museum officials
Writer
Alligator During Wednesday's meeting, Shaak That letter left planning committee mem- have been wanting to correct for months,
'A shocked and alarmed Florida Museumof learned that the Instituteof bers confused.They suggested Shaak said.
Natural History official learned Wednes- Food and Agricultural the issue be The laboratory named the C.A. Pound
day the museum may not have the building Sciences may have been brought before them Human Identification Laboratory after a
rights to the land where it plans to constructa promised the land near The human identification again when Shaak had de- local community leader who worked with
laboratory.If Maguire Field. If so, the termined who gets to the museum is provided as a service to
true,the museum could lose thousandsof museum would not be laboratory is build on the land. But Florida's 24 medical examiners when they
dollars in private funding and would haveto able to build there and service to help Shaak protested. need help Identifying bodies or skeletons,
long-standing plans for rearrangingthe would lose some of'the a "We have not alternatesite said Dr. William Maples, the curator in
scrap Interior of the building, said Graig private donations. Florida's 24 medical ,* he said. "It wouldbe charge of the lab.

Shaak, the museum's associate director. Further, without the examiners very detrimental to He said the lab is used for bodies that are
relocation of the labora- identify this project if we had to
particularly hard to identify, such as piecesof
"ThIs is absolutely novel to me, Shaak
the would month for this
tory, museum wait a
after learnIng bodies or skeletons.easing skeletons found in the woods or bodies
said Wednesday,obviously upset "
have to its plans for to. meet strain_._
scrap group
the news at a Campus Planning Assem-, ------ -m. that have been in the water for an extended
bly meeting.- its "extremelyovercrowded" After hearing Shaak'scomments time. Last year,the lab examined more than
conditions, Shaak said. committee members agreed to 90 bodies.
Shaak had scheduled to move a human allow the building's construction, but onlyif
identification laboratory this fall from the He was told of the possible land-use con Shaak met with IFAS officials and solved The new building will allow us to have
museum to a planned building near Maguire flict during the planning meeting when a the land-use conflict. more space to work more
Field, at the corner of Bledsoe Drive and letter written last year by former Interim UF pies said. "It will be nice to lay out
Radio Road. Designed to identify badly de- President Robert Bryan was read.The letter, Zachariah could not be reached for com- skeletons on the table at a time
composed or mutilated bodies, the lab will addressed to Vice President of Agricultural ment. taking one out and having to put it I"
cost about $50,000 and has partially been Affairs Gerald Zachariah, said the decision The laboratory is now housed in the look at another one."



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Chamorro takes! power in NicaraguaMANAGUA

,Nicaragua (UPI) Violeta Chamorro, The ceremonies were attended by Vice President
the U.S.-backed candidate who surprised the world Dan Quayle and 11 heads of state, including all the
with her election victory over President Daniel Ortegatwo Central American presidents.
months ago, assumed the Nicaraguan presidency Hours before she was to be inaugurated, a con-
Wednesday, ending more than a decade of leftist troversy over who would be the next chief of staff of
Sandinista rule.Chamorro the army created divisions with Chamorro's UNO
was given the oath of office by newly coalition.
elected National Assembly President Miriam Arguello Newly named Agriculture Minister Jaime Cuadra
and Ortega then removed the blue and white and Construction Minister Gilberto Cuadra an-
presidential sash from himself and placed it over nounced they would not accept theirposts if Sandinista;
Chamorro. Defense Minister Humberto Ortega,brother of Daniel
Earlier, Chamorro, dressed in a white suit and Ortega, remains as head of the largely Sandinista
supported by crutches she uses because of a broken armed forces.
knee, arrived for the inaugural ceremonies at a On Tuesday, the Political Council of the 14-party
crowded outdoor stadium in a white pickup truck.. UNO coalition also said it was unacceptable for Ortegato
Supporters greeted her with chants of"UNO, UNO," remain as chief of staff. Reliable political sources
the Spanish acronym of her National Opposition Union told UPI Wednesday that Chamorro had apparently
coalition. agreed to keep Humberto Ortega as army chief of staff
She was welcomed by Ortega,who had entered the while naming a new defense minister.
stadium earlier to loud applause and the waving of red White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater
and black flags, the colors of his Sandinista National reacted to reports of Chamorro's decision to retain Know ABC'sThe
Liberation Front. Ortega, dressed in black jeans anda Ortega, saying, That's a decision that she has every your
red shirt,had a blue and white banner draped across right to make."
his chest- the colors of the Nicaraguan flag and the Chamorro has fought the Sandinistas for most of best advertising media for your businessis
banner of Chamorro's UNO coalition.As the past decade and has used her late husband's in hands right now. Call today to find
Chamorro arrived in the stadium before the start newspaper, La Prensa, as a mouthpiece for that your
of the ceremonies, the two leaders embraced. Roman criticism. Her husband, a leading critic of the Somoza out how this space can work for you.
Catholic Cardinal Miguel Obando y Bravo led a prayerto regime,was assassinated in 1978,and his death helped
begin the ceremonies at 10:50: a.m. ((12:50: p.m. spark the Sandinista revolution that brought Ortegato
EDT). power. Alligator Advertising


. Discovery astronauts launch telescopeCAPE ...

CANAVERAL (UPI) The Discovery of you."
astronauts launched the $1.5 billion Hubble Space Astronauts Kathryn Sullivan and Bruce Mc-
Telescope Wednesday after last-ditch commands from Candless,wearing bulky white spacesuits,were inside
Earth freed a stuck solar panel, narrowly averting an Discovery's airlock at the time of the deployment,
emergency spacewalk. poised for an emergency spacewalk to free a stuck
Astronaut Steven Hawley, operating Discovery's solar panel on the telescope if so ordered.
fragile 50-foot robot arm, released the 12-ton space
But engineers at the Goddard Space Flight Centerin
telescope into a record 381-mile-high orbit at 3:38: p.m.
EDT, kicking off a 15-year quest to wrest the secretsof Greenbelt, Md., decided to radio a third and final ao.o w,
creation from the depths of space and time. set of commands to the telescope that succeeded in
getting the second of two European-built solar panels
"The telescope really looked great as we flew away
unfurled and in operation after a tense period of
from it and we all were remarking about we sure hopeit
does good work,"shuttle skipper Loren Shriver told troubleshooting.A .
elated ground controllers. few minutes later, the 12-ton'space telescope, the
"Well it sure Is now,Loren,"replied astronaut Story most expensive satellite ever built, was released into
Musgrave from mission control in Houston. "Thanks space, about an hour and 40 minutes later than
for all the great work you've done.Galileo is real proud originally planned.


. Rioting prisoners surrender in EnglandLONDON I \ k 6;,

(UPI) The last five holdout Stran- dais said. Kiel tV
geways Prison inmates surrendered Wednesday, en- The remaining five prisoners then fled to the roof
ding a 25-day takeover of the prison nine hours aftera and, until evening, resisted appeals that they sur
raiding party cornered them on the roof without food render.
and water. Taylor strutted around the roof of the chapel with
The Home Office, which oversees the nation's 125 three collaborators,hurling taunts and tiles at officers
penal institutions, opted to use force to end Britain's and gesturing to television,cameras.The four seemed V
longest prison siege after lengthy negotiations failed. oblivious of the more than 100-foot plunge to the
The uprising at the prison in Manchester, 200 miles ground.A .
northwest of London, erupted April 1 as a protest fifth prisoner sat on the highest accessible pointon
against overcrowding and squalid conditions. It in- the prison's central rotunda, from which its wings
spired disturbances in 11 other facilities across emanate,throwing slates and arguing with authorities.
Britain, leaving scores of inmates and guards injuredand Officers inched forward and gradually reduced the
one prisoner dead. areas controlled by the prisoners,who were constantly
After their surrender Wednesday evening, the five blasted with jets of water.
prisoners, one by one, boarded a hoist on the chapel One inmate had a facial cut, and shouted out to
roof.The reporters the wound had been inflicted when he triedto Y
inmates' self-declared leader, Paul Taylor, was surrender.
the last to enter the platform,and the five laughed and The inmates on Tuesday ignited fires to try to
waved as they were lowered to the ground,where they block advancing officers,gutting one wing and addingto
were escorted away by waiting officers. damage to the prison already estimated to exceed
The prisoners' decision to surrender at 6:20: p.m. $164 million.
came after about 150 riot police nine hours earlier Officials said preliminary searches had found no
broke through barricades erected by the prisoners to bodies. Other inmates reported murders were com-
keep authorities at bay. mitted during the initial riots.
The guards reoccupied all buildings and snared one Hundreds of people clustered at the prison fence,
inmate, Darren Jones, 17, who had been awaiting trial and cheered loudly when the five eventually capitu-
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"My parents are true believersin -
hard work," he said. "They Instilled JUDY A. PLUNKETT The building will Criser left UF in State representatives Tuesday
in me at an early age that I Alligator Staff Writer consolidate services March 1989 after a unanimously approved the bill that
would have to work twice as hardto that are now spread five-year term. Dur- will add Criser's name to the build
be successful in life. Next year's freshmen may not across campus, and ing that time,he dealt ing.
know who Marshall Criser is, but will house a counsel M with many of UF's
Becoming president of JMBAwas state legislators are ensuring students ing center, financialaid problems and pluses, UF Governmental RelationsVice
especially meaningful because will learn the former UFpresident's offices, theRegistrar's including the 1984 President Al Alsobrook saida
blacks weren't even admitted to the name by putting it on office and NCAA violations that similar bill should go before the
law school until about 25 years ago, the new student services building. the Student Services led to a two-year probation Senate next week.When both bills
Hamilton said. Changing students' are passed, they will to the
Former Student Body PresidentEd office. Construction In the footballprogram : go
perception of JMBA will be one of Scales said he suggested the should be done by 9I H and lrs! admittance governor for approval.All .
his priorities, he said.
December."He '" Association
me -
into
building be named after Criser be- seven presidents before
Criser
Too many students view it as a cause, although administratorshad brought em- of American Criser have buildings named after
social organization Instead of planned the center for years, phasis to undergraduate educationand Universities, a prestigious organization them, including the Reitz Union,
one that addresses student's con the money to build it came to UF put the student back in the that includes Duke and the O'Connell Center and Tigert
cerns, Hamilton said. while Criser was president. picture," Scales said. Princeton. Hall.


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people want to watch something happen without inter-

acting, they watch TV. If they want to be heard, they can
go to the place best suited to air their views, speak and
be heard. 0.'

Tuesday afternoon, the Alachua County Commissionmust
have thought they were behind the boob-tube be- a,,} ; YoW relieved as pilot,

cause they were not listening to almost 50 citizens con-
cerned about the construction of the Hunt Club

development near Paynes Praire State Preserve.

Commissioners Tuesday refused to appeal a 1st District (
Court of Appeals ruling that said the county could not

keep developers from clearing trees at the 45-acre Hunt
Club residential development south of Gainesville.

Despite outbursts and a strong showing from local envi-

ronmentalists, Commissioner Penny Wheat's suggestionto
appeal the order went without being seconded by the

four other members.It America's most painful memories
was aggravating and embarrassing to watch those

commissioners Leveda Brown, George Dekle, Kate Well, I've finally seen enough issues of that home-
Barnes and Tom Coward sit there, afraid to second video show to realize how demented and obscure *> Greg Salts
Wheat's motion simply for the sake of discussion.A Americans are. So while I'm waiting for the GethitinthegroinareabyanobjectmovingatMach D

county commission meeting should be there for the 3- IPSOMANIACout
speed hour-long special, I thought I'd share some of
public to watch officials discuss, participate and vote on is- my childhood crack-ups that will probably satiate BMX bicycle down my street. As I look at the
sues important to the community. Tuesday's meeting did everyone's need to see people in pain.I'm front wheel of my bike I see a long piece of grass
not do that.Citizens about 6 years old, pushing a Tonka tractor stuck in the spokes of the front wheel (Yesl I did.)

have a legitimate right to speak to their along my driveway really fast Everything's fine So, after bringing the bike to an abrupt stop by
very until the truck starts going faster than me, causingmy wedging my arm firmly in between the tire and front
commissioners and hope the legislative body listens and face to get closer and closer to the pavement In fork and flipping over the handlebars, an overweight
takes action. They shouldn't be shushed by a patronizing no time, my face is scraping across the pebble-ridden neighbor sitting on her front steps asks, "Are you
chairwoman like Barnes when showing their disapprovalto blacktop. Pain ensues. OK?" Pain ensues.

the commission's lack of action. Same time period, about 7, and I have a lollipop It's mid-January in New Jersey and I'm playing
with a stick. For some reason, I decide I no longer goalkeeper in kid-league It's cold
a ,
When one out-spoken woman, UF professor Willa soccer game.
want the stick on the lollipop. So I into Mom's
go which means the ball is as hard as a rock. A really
Drummond, inspired the audience to a standing ovation, sewing room and get out a pair of really sharp sewing big kid on the other team (he's married with two kids
Barnes tried to adjourn the meeting, then moved on to scissors. Bad decision No. 1. of his own) gets the ball on a breakaway, leaving only
the next order of business to avoid confrontation.Later Then,with the lollipop still in my mouth, I proceedto me between him and the goal.
cut off the stick. Bad decision No. 2. -
You see, in
during the citizen's comments part of the meet- the process of cutting the stick, I also to cuta He kicks the ball very hard and I stop the ball.
manage
ing, Barnes warned the audience to "orderly comment" hole in the side of my cheek. Pain ensues. Well, my groin stops the ball Adult men on the
when they spoke and even asked a sheriffs deputy to Able to stick a small part of my tongue throughthis sidelines wince. I experience that split second of
stand near the podium in case a speaker got out of con- hole,I decide a trip to mom or dad was appropriate.Mom's anxious waiting before the pain hits, sort of like thatthere's the
moment before sick full well
get knowing
you
trol. on the phone. "Go tell your dad," she says,
no chance in hell of reaching the bathroom in
which elicits a response from dad (lying on the couch),
Citizens shouldn't have to climb up in trees and protestat "Go tell your mom, I'm busy." time. Pain ensues.I .

the Hunt Club site in order to be heard. After the So my options are limited. I choose door number could go on,but 111 save more pain and sufferingfor
token treatment concerned citizens received Tuesday, one 3: Put a Band-Aid on it Relating the story to my doctora another episode. Besides, that home video showis
has to question whether commissioners actually heard few days later, some of the facts changed slightly. coming on the TV now. Irs time to watch other
their comments. "I slipped on a piece of laundry and cut my cheek on people suffer.
the corner of the bed frame." He believed me, or at and
Saitz is
Greg a news tditorfor The Alligator
Local environmentalists have been concerned enoughto least that's what I thought at the time. many times exists in a fantasy state in which thinkingis ,
speak out and protest this issue for the past year and a I'm about 13 years old, riding my fully-maxed removed from reality and logic.

half and look like they will continue to fight. It seems ob- 1.LETTERS- TO_THE l.JIUllr I
vious that the commission should listen to its constituentsnow

and talk about alternatives until all legal options run Let professor mail eleven different recommendation filing.
forms.Instead of having them mail So the letters went out again.
out.Elected law school lettersEditor eleven individual letters, I electedto And when I called the admissions
officials hear discuss and
must care enough to utilize the service provided by still hadn't
offices week later they
a ,
represent the people who sign their paychecks; otherwise :This letter is written in the Sonia Wright and the OPE. been received.So .
aren't their And in the world of politics I carefully followed the
they doing job. hopes that it win save future law "Direc- April
those not doing their job always can be replaced. students from the trials and tribu- tions for Transmission of Letters: now as I write this on en
20 the letters supposedly
lations of dealing with the hope- and on approximately February 14, are admis-
0alligator lessly inept Office of I authorized the release of the let- route via certified mail to
Editor sions offices all over the country.
Pre-professional Education. ters.Since
Lucy Chabot that date the letters have Here'are two points of f advice to
Editor Opinions Editor Nearly all of the eleven law been sent on four different occa- future law students. First'apply'
Managing schools that I applied to this year sions. By some fate and application
strange not early complete your
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton required two letters of recommen- one of the 44 letters has turned up early.;;Second, don't use the OPE
dation as part of the application at a law school.At for? anything. If they can't mail let

Letters Letter to the Policy editor should not exceed 200 words(about one 8-by-lO page). They should be process. After asking two of my first I figured it was just a ters' then they aren't capable of
typed, double-spaced' and signed. They should Include I typed name, address and telephone favorite professors to write a letteron curious coincidence.Sonia properly advising students either.
number.Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you hive any questions call my behalf, I decided to save She agreed.
the editorial' page editor et 375-<<58. reassured me that the schools Michelle Haberland
them from the hassles of filling out were six weeks behind In their 4LSI



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! Orange & Brew remodeling draws mixed reactions 1


there in the first and is the for
them place. concerts, gathering place
By PATRICIA LEE "People can come in and have a good
I Alligator Writer "We're looking forward to something new TRAC, Falling Gators Skydiving Club, the time Giannaris said."It's a pretty laidbackand
1 and better, but we hope the atmospherewon't Surf Club the Graduate Student Council, friendly place, like a pub. And ifs the
Several clubs and interest groups that change," said Matthew Bald, president the French and German clubs, some frater- only place on campus to get beer."
!! meet at the Orange&Brew will be displaced of the Transfer Activities Council, one nities and other groups."I .
when UPs only drinking establishment of the groups that meets at the Orange & can't even begin to name all the groups Although the Orange& Brew temporarilywill
closes for renovations next week. Brew each week."I that get together here," Giannaris said. be displaced, regulars and employeessay

I The Orange&Brew,which will be closed just hope they don't turn it into another "There are so many regulars here, so there they look forward to increased seating,
must be something about the atmospherethat a restructured service line and a more varied
I" for the entire summer, has long been a cafeteria, said psychology sophomore Bill
f.f.favorite. of campus organizations that meet Giannaris, who has worked at the Orange makes them want to come back." menu starting in the fall.

, for weekly "happy hours" or informal ses- & Brew for one year. Friday afternoons are the busiest for the In the meantime, members of several
t sions. "People like it precisely because it's dif- Orange & Drew partly because that's clubs that will continue meeting during the
j Though many welcome the Improvements ferent," he said. when many clubs meet, Giannaris said. summer say they will move to popular off-

1 some say they hope the Orange & The Orange& Brew, which hosts special But no one Seems to mind the long lines, campus locations like Joe's Deli and Farah's-
Brew doesn't lose its character which drew events like Talent Night, Open Mike Night waiting and overcrowding, he said. on-the-Avenue.

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Debbie Bice worked as a florist at a board requires students to complete 500 about other people's feelings and not university classes. Tests are given, but

high-stress job for 12 years before she class hours before taking the licensingexam. just think about what we're feeling," if a student fails, the test is taken again

realized that was not what she wantedto Bice said. "They don't tell you to do thisor until the student knows the material.

do for the rest of her life. After a year Classes meet from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. not to do that they Invite you to Knowledge is the ultimate goal, not a r

and a half of deliberations over finances daily, and more than 50 students are do something, and you can't help but good grade.

and her responsibilities to her three currently enrolled, representing many do what they say because they're so "This is the way I always thought j
kids, 34-year-old Bice decided to sell different age groups. One time block pleasant about it." school should be," Keller said.

her home in Dade City, move to Gainesville focuses on massage instruction,demon- The massage school uses a holistic UF student Tim Hamilton took a specialized (

and enroll in the Florida School of stration and supervised practice. The approach, presenting all the subjects as acupressure class one night a

Massage.Bice other alternates lessons In anatomy, an integrated whole This method of week for three weeks this semester.

has attended the school since physiology and kinesiology, the studyof teaching, although far narrower in its Hamilton wanted a break from UF as J

January and says her life has changed human muscular movement. scope of information, is much different well as knowledge about massage. ,

dramatically. The course emphasizes communication from a typical university class in which "All the teachers make you feel at

"I 1 would hate to think about myself awareness and psychodynamics.Students there is little or no interaction betweenthe home (at the massage school)," Hamilton -

going through life without experiencing must know themselves as wellas student and teacher, or among stu- said. "I feel really good there. The f

this or going through this school," the human body. dents themselves, Keller said. whole place is like an alternative to UF (
Bice said. that whole bureaucratic atmo-
"Basically, to be in the business of Each student is required to perform (
Before at the school
enrolling on sphere.
touching people, you have to be in 40 practice massages outside of class as
Southwest 3th Street, Bice took a 7- The students pair in class J
massage up
touch with yourself, said Nancy Mat- part of the curriculum. Anyone can go
week course in massage at Santa Fe and practice technique on each other.
thews, the massage school administrator. to the massage school at 2 p.m.Monday
Then she Give-and-take between students is
to
Community College. spoke an
"It is essential as a therapist to be through Thursday and sign up to re- j
an established massage therapist in able to communicate and be present ceive a free massage from one of the important aspect of their schooling. 1
town Anne In for "It enriches life
tremen-
Campbell. exchange everyone's
with someone students staying after that day to fine-
floral work, did work"on Matthews said. "It's
Campbell "body dously, so won-
Bice said her entire way of thinking tune his or her skills. j
Bice. derful to
see come together
the first three weeks of school. everyone I
When Bice completes the 6-month changed Neither Keller nor Bice thought they from different backgrounds."
Focusing on communication helped her would back to school since did I
they
course and receives her certificationfrom go Keller said that one of his biggest
become more aware and less judg- not it the first time, but the mas- ,
the massage school, she can take enjoy fears prior to enrolling in the school r
mental of other !
the state board exam to become a licensed people. sage school's emphasis on putting was wondering if he would like touch-
massage therapist.Roy "They teach us about how to think knowledge to practical use differs from ing people. In America's touch-de ta ]

Keller also made a major life prived society, Keller believes peopledo
transition to attend the massage school. not touch each other very much.

Keller had been working as a waiter in "I 1 spent a lot of time dealing with the !

Maine for the past three years when he emotional part," Keller said. c

talked to a woman who had graduatedfrom Bice has no problem with physical
the Florida School of Massageseven When she works the ]
contact. on a body, .
earlier.Fortyyearold .
years person becomes faceless.
Keller was looking for
"It's not a person, it's just a body part
formal training in a field that did not
"
that you're working on, Bice said.
require a master's degree going to
"You lose your text as to whether it's a
graduate school didn't appeal to him.
6s good-looking guy or a woman who
isn't in the best physical shape. I don't
For more than a he contem-
year
think of it as male or female, and for
plated the idea of
attending
massage me, all sexual things are put aside."
school. Finally, for reasons he's still
unsure of, Keller moved from Maine to Matthews believes it has taken a long
Gainesville and enrolled. s ssl time for massage therapy to get away

"I 1 know it sounds sort of cosmic, butI from the massage-parlor image. In a

I didn't really decide I wanted to come," society that has become more health
oriented, people are more to the
Keller said. "It was more like I was open
guided." benefits of touch, she said. For this

Instead of standard psychological reason, the market for therapists is just

therapy, Keller wants to deliver an alternative cracking open now.
form of therapy that involvesthe Jobs are opening for massage thera-

mind and the body. He firmly be- pists in sports therapy, hospitals and

lieves in the therapeutic effects of mas- chiropractic medicine, as well as other
sage. health-related fields.

"When you're working with people Bice considers herself lucky to be

through massage, it provides the space 3 experiencing the school.
for them to release their tensions," Kel- "They make it fun. It's a learning

ler said. experience versus a school that's just

The main study course offered at the aF lili y trying to fill me with education," Bice

Florida School of Massage is the thera- said. "Besides, what I'm going to be

peutic massage and hydrotherapy pro- able to do when I get out makes it all

gram. It is offered three times a year in worthwhile."

two 1000-hour sessions in the fall and
winter, as well as a 650-hour summer- Carl Yates rests his face in a hole designed to make lying facedown more comfortable (above).

intensive class. The state licensing Debbie Bice practices a new technique on fellow massage school student Roy Keller (right).. .



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AGRICULTUREAsst. Professor W. Scott Van Alstyne, Jr. came to UF in 1972 as visitingassoc. -'

professor of agronomy and Advisor of the Year Kenneth professor; S.J.D.. L.D.. and M.A.. ., Univ. of Wisconsin- v """ 3/tI'/ '"
Buhr came to UF in 1980; Ph.D.. M.S. and B.S., Iowa State. Daniel Madison; B.A., Univ. of Buffalo.. ) .
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Canfield, professor of limnology, came to UF in 1979 as asst.. pro- LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
fessor; Ph.D.. and M.S., Iowa State; B.S., Bates College.. Assoc.. professor Advisor of the Year James Button is political science assoc.. pro- 111
of poultry science F. Ben Mather has taught at UF since 1979; fessor and assoc. department chair; came to UF in 1973 as a asst. ..ZK.Z4
Ph.D.. ., Univ.. of California-Davis; M.S. and B.S.. Colorado State. professor; Ph.D., Univ. of Texas; M.A.. UCLA and Stanford Univ.; -- _n.__ -yt'''} ........'1- ,_ u -..- __ c. 1
ARCHITECTURE/BUILDING/ CONSTRUCTION B.A.. ., Colgate Univ.. English professor Alistair Duckworth came Buhr D. Canfield, Jr.J. F. Mather S. Berg R. Crum W. McCollough M. Rush E. Smith C. MercerE E E. Turner

Assoc.. professor of landscape architecture Lester Linscott came to UF in 1$73 as assoc. professor; Ph.D. and M.A., Johns Hopkins; _, ENGINEERING FINE ARTS __ HEALTH & HUMAN PERFORMANCE I I
to UF in 1979 as asst. professor; master's' Kansas State; B.S., Col-- M.A., Univ.. of Edinburgh. Assoc. professor of mathematics Bruce I II I II I
orado State. Robert MacLeod, asst.. professor of architecture, has Edwards came to UF as asst. professor in 1976; Ph.D.. and M.A..,
been at UF since 1987; master's' Harvard; bachelor's' UFo. Asst. professor Dartmouth College; B.A.. Stanford Univ. Psychology professor kr
of building construction Paul Oppenheim came to UF in Richard Griggs came to UF in 1974 as asst. professor; Ph.D.., In- .. 4i
1989; Ph.D.. ., Univ.. of Maryland; master's' and bachelor's' Ufo. Arch- diana Univ.,; B.S., Bradley Univ.. Assoc.. professor of classics and :.t
itecture professor George Scheffer has been teaching at UF since co-director of f UF's' Center for Greek Studies Karelisa Hartigancame '-
1968; masters and bachelor's' UF.. to UF in 1973; Ph.D.. and M.A., Univ.. of Chicago; B.A.., College
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION of Wooster. English professor Elizabeth Langland came to UF

Economics professor and executive director of UF's' Public Utili- in 1985 as assoc. professor; Ph.D.. and M.A.. ., Univ.. of Chicago;

ty Research Center Sanford Berg came to UF in 1971 as asst.. pro- B.A., Barnard College.
fessor; doctorate, Yale; bachelor's' Univ.. of Washington. Roy Crum, English professor David Leverenz came to UF in 1985; Ph.D..,
professor and finance department interim chairman, came to UF Univ. of California at Berkeley; bachelor's' Harvard Univ.

as asst.. professor in 1974; Ph.D., M.B.A.. and B..A.., Univ. of Texas- Psychology department professor and assoc.. chair C.. Michael Levy { .-
Austin. Finance professor and business college assoc.. dean W. An- came to UF F in 1964 as asst. professor; Ph.D., Univ.. of Wisconsin- -- \. J _..-----r-. --- --.r------------------ -
drew McCollough has taught at UF since 1971; Ph.D.. and Madison;, M.S.. and B.S., Tulane Univ.. Political science assoc.. pro- J. Ambrose J. Burns R. Connell, 'Jr.. D. Ellifritt R. Hummel L. Rothman ,J. Wren. .. J. Cauraugh.. S. Dorman ,J. Regna, ,Jr.

bachelor's' UFo Assoc. professor of economics Mark Rush cameto fessor Albert Metheny came to UF in 1978 as asst.. professor; Ph.D.., DENTISTRY _. ..HEALTH REL.PROF. LAW .MEDICINE NURSING I. 1 I
UF as visiting professor in 1982; Ph.D.. and M.A., Univ. of Univ. of Minnesota; M.A.. and B.S.. Univ. of Tennessee.. Zoology r I JOURNALISM I I j I I r_ I
Rochester; bachelor's' California State at Hayward.. Accounting pro- professor and UF Marine Laboratory director Frank Maturo, Jr. arr *1
fessor E E.. Daniel Smith came to UF in 1971 as asst.. professor; Ph.D. came to UF in 1958 as asst. professor; Ph.D.. and M.A.. Duke Univ..;
and M.A., Ohio State Univ.; B.A., Baylor Univ. B.S., Univ. of Kentucky.. Assoc. professor of psychology Greg 1 4 4r 'A 1
Neimeyer came to UF in 1981 as asst.. professor; Ph.D. and M.S.. I
DENTISTRYDr. Univ. of Notre Dame B.S. UF. r 4f
; Assoc. professor of history and a
Charlotte White, asst.. professor and director of Oral and social sciences Julian Pleasants r+m+ i '
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Maxillofacial Surgery undergraduate education, began teaching at fessor; Ph.D. and M.A.. Univ.. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill pro- f T ar '' ,
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UF in 1978; D.M.D.. ., UFo bachelor's' Davidson College. ___ r'' 9 w

EDUCATION Speech and linguistics professor Howard Rothman came to UF Y s r't
t Cecil Mercer special education professor and co-director of UF's4t. in 1969 as research instructor; Ph.D., Stanford Univ.; M.A.., New t
1;.' Multidisciplinary .Diagnostic and Training Program<;>g came to.OF York Univ.; B.A.., City College of New York. Political science pro-
as asst.. professor In 1974; Ph.D.. ., UOIV.. of Virginia; ., fessor and director of the Tropical Conservation and Development f + J
I Commonwealth Univ..; B.A., Univ. of Richmond. Advisor the Program in UF's' Center for Latin American Studies Steven Sander.. -
Year Edward Turner;, assoc. professor in instruction and cur- son came to UF in 1979 as asst. professor; Ph.D.. and M.A.., Stan- C. White M. Raders G.. Butler W.. McKeen J J.Wright W. Van Alstyne, Jr. K.. Rarey K. Stone J J. Irving M. Rus in-------
riculum, came to UF in 1972; Ph.D.., Michigan State,; M.S.. and B B.S.. ., ford Univ..; M.A.., Univ.. of Arkansas; B.A., Univ. of Central Arkansas. -
State Univ. of New York at Buffalo.. Romance languages professor Albert Smith is undergraduateand I LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES :1, I

ENGINEERING graduate advisor for French; Ph.D.. ., Univ.. of North Carolinaat ,...' .....< '
Assoc.. professor of materials science John Ambrose came to UF Chapel Hill; M.A.. and B.A.., Emory Univ.. Geoff Vining came .
in 1978; Ph.D.. Univ. of Maryland;' bachelor's' Washington and Lee to UF in 1988 as asst.. protessor of statistics; Ph.D.. and M.S.., VPI; ; \
Univ.. James Burns, industrial engineering professor, came to UF B.A., Univ. of Tennessee.. Assoc.. professor in communication .- :, fir
in 1966; Ph.D.., MIT;- M.B.A.., Columbia Univ..; bachelor's' Univ.of studies and gerontology faculty associate Lynne Webb came to UF ,..'
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Michigan. Advisor of the Year Richard Connell, Jr., materials in 1980 as asst. professor; Ph.D.., Univ. of Oregon; B.S., Penn- ",1i f"Pol'" ..A'9' 1 1B
science assoc. professor and asst.. department chairman, came to sylvania State Univ. Romance languages lecturer C. Matt Whitney t"1 t"' _
UF in 1973; Ph.D., UF; M.S.. and B.S.., VPI. Civil engineering pro- joined the UF faculty in 1988; master's' and B.A. from UF.. : ...,
fessor Duane Ellifritt came to UF in 1982 as Crom Visiting Pro- MEDICINEDr. "a' .t
fessor; Ph.D.. West Virginia Univ.; master's' Univ. of Cincinnati; Keith Stone, director of the Women's' Health Group and { ,
bachelor's' Marshall College. Materials science professor Rolf Gynecology Division.c chief, came to UF in 1988 as assoc. p professor$ ;, .i.iJ. r
Hummel came to UF in 1964 as asst.professor; Ph.D., Max-Planck M.D.. ., Univ. of Virginia; B.S.. Hampden-Sydney College.. Kyle

Institute, Stuttgart, Germany.FINE. Rare), assoc.. professor in the Departments of Anatomy and Cell n -..-.-- --- -
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Advisor of the Year and art department undergraduate advisor and B.A., Indiana Univ. PHARMACY' VET. MEDICINE I I
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Ph.D., UF; M.A.. ., Columbia Univ..; B.A.. Univ. of Arizona.. Theatre Asst. professor Jo Annalee Irving came to UF in 1970; M.S.,Univ.
department asst. professor and undergraduate coordinator James of Maryland; B.S.. FSU. Asst.professor p Mildred il Russin came to
Wren came to UF in 1985; master's, UF; B.A.., Heidelberg College.. UF in 1988; M.S., UF; B.S.., Univ.. of Virginia.PHARMACY ; { s.. Itir 1 I
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professor Laboratory Medicinal chemistry professor Koppaka Rao came to UF in 1969 ,
James Cauraugh came to UF in 1988; Ph.D., FSU,; M.S.., Penn- post-doctoral work, Harvard; Ph.D.., Univ.. of Wisconsin-Madison-;
sylvania State Univ.; B.S., State Univ. of New York at Brockport.Asst. D.Sc., M.. Sc. and B.. Sc.., Andhra Univ.., India.. '; ba Ir '' rd'idP y r 4 Y.s Y. JI
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UF in 1986; Ph.D. and master's' Uriiv. of Tennessee; B.S., Lee VETERINARY MEDICINE u a.I "

College. Joseph Regna, Jr., assoc.. professor of recreation, parks Kevin fAndcn', ass professor in the I "
and tourism, began teaching at UF in 1961; Ph.D.. and B.S., FSU; Physiological! and Neuroscience, Departments of LAG s b J
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I Issimmee-born Vassar Clements is Instrument, but when I started listening to Vassar, His lack-of-formula approach has served him
simply the most coveted fiddler of his time. If you're I was a fan immediately," Knox says. "My big well and is partly due to his inability to read music.

making an album,and you need a fiddle,you'd better impetus is to try to educate the student populationas Vassar picked up the fiddle at 7 years old. Six years
call Vassar. to how incredible he is." later, he'd taught himself to play well enough to
The list of people who've enlisted him Is a roll Knox isn't alone.Just about anybody who writesa jump on a bus for Nashville to audition for the

call of history's most influential country, word about Vassar has nothing but great thingsto legendary bluegrass artist Bill Monroe.He .
bluegrass, swing and rock musicians. His diver- say. He's been called the Issac Stern of bluegrassand admits occasionally wanting to read music.
sified talent doesn't stop with work on other the inventor of "crossover" music. But that handicap has forced him to be more

musicians' albums, though; his catalogue of solo When Vassar started experimenting with electric creative since he has no sheet music to guide him.

and collaborative work fuses the best of all his instruments, bluegrass purists frowned. But every "If you can't read, you have to go by your ear.

dabbling.Yet time Vassar tried something new, the result was a If you play something with one person, it's goingto
victims of Top 40 radio, those who never broader audience. Now, the definition of bluegrasshas be different for the next person."

stray from the pop compact disc aisle, probably changed considerably."I That freshness has made him appealing to some
don't know him. They may have heard him on the could go on stage with five horns now and influential artists. One of them, Paul McCartney,
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's Will the Circle Be Unbroken, some people would say that's great bluegrass." enlisted Vassar to play on three Wings songs in
but they never singled him out as that "great fiddle Vassar prefers that. The more people who listen, 1974, the "Junior's Farm" era. Vassar played on '
player." the better. And if that means blurring traditionallines that single's B-side, "Sally C," a song that was

That increasingly common situation teetering he'll do it. much more popular in America than the single
between critical acclaim and acceptance within the "I 1 hate to categorize music. Almost any musiccan itself.

industry on one side and relative obscurity amongthe be played any way, whether it's bluegrass, Vassar remembers McCartney in a football jersey
public on the other keeps Vassar incrediblydown country, swing or rock." talking to him from the production booth.
to earth. "I 1 loved to hear him talk. I

"Let me get to another could hardly understand him.
phone," Vassar said Tuesday I'd hear him and I'd just about
night from his Nashville home. fall out."

"This one's not too good it's This is a man whose southern

one of those walkarounddeals. charm oozes from every syll-

.". able.With I
He didn't seem to mind that f a discography longer v I
another reporter had obtainedhis a A- 4 than you'd care to count,

telephone number, that an Vassar's still making albums.In .
absolute stranger wanted himto another two weeks, he and .
reveal some more of his longtime friend and col-

past.Instead,he seemed a little laborator John Hartford will
embarrassed that his new finish their latest work to be

cordless telephone was pick- 4 released on Flying Fish, a small

ing up static. F, but artistically conscientiouslabel
"Yeah, I just got it. It sounds ; r37fi? 3 that Vassar chose when
like everybody's trying to call z Q4r Mercury and MCA couldn't
deal with his Tenta- ,-
on the same line. I've never diversity.
had one, so this is probably the tively titled John and Vassar
wrong kind." 'thout Nobody Else, the album is

His voice is inviting, like an just that Vassar on fiddle
and Hartford on banjo.
old friend's or your nextdoorneighbor's.
And he is, in a "And us two characters sing
way. Vassar hasn't been in ing, and John stompin' on that
Florida he's i board. It's strange." .f 1
for years,but com- -
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"Last time I played in always seems to find an ,.
audience. After all this time
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he's still not sure what works,
the university on a Halloween r
and he he's still
says learning.
night with some Jacksonvilleband. ;. j
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The Vassar Clements Trio, with
pus one day.
Bob Harris and bassist .
guitarist ,
Now he'll be in the Florida
Gene Watson, will perform at the : f
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Florida Theater, 233 W. Univer-
others, a guitar and a bass. a
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rapping on the door; it's Campbell makingsure I close my eyes for most of the treatment, a lumpy muscle in my neck that I never duces a rectangular, flat-surfaced vibrating
I'm covered before coming in. Shut preferring to concentrate on the massage knew existed. machine called the Master Massager. She
ting the door behind her, Campbell selects rather than any other visual input.,There's Reaching around to the front of my face, runs the iron-like mechanism over my bodyas
Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" to play on the not much to look at anyway except the Campbell uses short strokes to firmly rub I lay draped over the table like a garmenton
cassette deck. She also chooses a jug of aloe sunset-colored, southwestern-style tapes- my skin outward from my chin along the an ironing board, titillated by the electricity -
vera coconut butter lotion and places it at try tacked to the ceiling. Starting on my jawbone and out to my ears. She holds her From my head to my toes, the machine
the foot of the massage table. arm, Campbell prods the pressure points in index and middle fingers together, and sends stimulating tingles through me
"I) use lotions because it's easier on the my wrist and palm with her fingers. Usingher using small circles, massages the bones on that almost counteract the relaxing effectsof
towels and whirlpool than oils. You should thumb to stretch and knead my hand, the side of my face up to my temples, the massage.
also feel like you can put your clothes on she spreads my palm from its fleshy pad, forehead and crown. Before leaving the room, Campbell urgesme
when you leave here." drawing my fingers out to their full exten- Turning over, I lie face down with my to lie still and rest for a few minutes
She starts on my left foot. Squirting a globof sion. As she pulls and rubs my fingers, my arms at my side, snuggling my face into the before I get up and dress. I need to anyway
lotion into her hand, she rubs both hands hand feels inches longer. cushioned hole in the table. Sea shells anda because my body does not feel capable of
together and moistens my foot and leg with Working my arm much like she did my decorated Easter egg adorn the ledge on standing in an upright position. My mind
the scented cream. Using her fingers to leg, my muscles feel like perfectly cooked the table's underside for the client's viewing clear and my body fluid, the thought of
work the sole of foot she the noodles limber and She lifts .
my pushes pliable. my pleasure.My putting my clothes on and getting Into my
pressure points while flexing my leg. Each arm from my side and extends it upward, shoulder blades and the overlying car to drive back into the responsibility-
toe is stretched, spread and individuallyrubbed. so the back of my hand lies directly above muscles are poked with probing fingertips laden world keeps me on the table for more
my head. In this position, my shoulder sending ticklish, exhilarating tingles down than a few minutes.
Moving up my leg, she kneads every blade and upper back are stretched out with my spine. The length of my back is stroked
muscle in my calf and thigh, occasionally the striated muscle on the underside of my with heavy hands, up and down, first on Eventually I pull myself together and
lifting my leg off the table to reach the back arm. Bringing my arm back down and one side and then the other. My arms are venture into the sunlit waiting room. I'm
side. My leg feels detached from my body, around, my arms feel stretched beyond lifted and bent across the small of my backto tempted to sit in the Spinolator chair again,
and so loose, I'm not sure I'll be able to their actual length. stretch and extend the muscles in my but I refrain, thinking that'the body can
stand when she's finished. Finishing both arms, Campbell moves to upper arms and shoulders.As only stand so much relaxation. Thanking
With heavy, strong strokes, Campbell where I cannot see her crouching behind me my back is worked on, not a single Campbell profusely for a job that she loves
presses the heel of her palm along the mus- at the head of the table. Extending her arms thought crosses my mind. I can only con- doing and gets paid for, I leave the wood-
cles from my hip bone to my ankle. After straight out from her body, she works the centrate on the existence of these muscles paneled haven feeling groovy and return to
repeating the same technique on my right back of my neck and the tops of my shoul- and the sensation they provide.To the bright, rush-hour traffic of lateafternoon -
leg, Campbell begins working on my arm. ders.Using her thumb, she pokes and prods conclude the massage, Campbell pro- Gainesville.

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INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL 1990The






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Volunteers for International Student Affairs would like to thank the

following people and businesses for making this year's International l'

Festival the biggest and most successful ever.
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Carribean Student Association Hispanic Student Association VISA officers 1990-1991 Public Relations: Shirley Salzmann
Chinese Student Association India Club President: Mahtab Tab! Sadreameli Mariella Gonzalez
Club Creole Russia Club Vice President Gloria Markus Sheshardi Sharma
Filipino Student Association Turkish Student Association Treasurer: Henry Gevurtz Membership.
Hellenic Club Secretary: Lisa Mahlkov ," Chairperson: Rita Chilimigras

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International 1 Student Center Staff especially Dr. Downie, and Mrs. Margarita Micha
Student Government Finance Office: Pat Shore, Glenda Frederick, Sharon Eldred

?'I Student Government: especially Mike Browne, VISA'S Talent Show's Master of Ceremony ._ '. '.,."
The Independent Florida Alligator: especially Mr. Ed Barber ;'><0'" ;-'" .. ,

ASFAG especially Bret Berlin ...... .. AMC Theatres: Farah's on the Avenue
Tim Richards: Miss VISA'S International Pageant Master of Ceremony .,. Ashima's Imports Great Expectations
,.. Awards and Trophy Shop The Gap.

Our Distinguished Panel of Judges: ....\ Balloons and Bows KotobukiBenetton
-I Merle Norman'
Miss VISA International Pageant Talent Show Crevasse's Florist Ormond
Losche Beland Mrs. Sarah Resnick Carswell The Closet 't.| 'The Oak Tree
Myra Morgan ., .' Dr. Paul Doughty .' Cucos *"'u .? .'., Pasta Market
I Kevin Meyeux' Raul Mateu ., Cafe Gardens H.Zachary
I Mitra Sadreameli Dr. James Scott Copper Monkey
Marna Weston
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i Mrr w e the Massage Health Center on North-
: ( west 13th Street, the wood-paneled waitingroom
; feels like the inside of a huge garden
:." ,).i";',./ a rR g' sauna. Lush hanging plants are strung around
/Jh; ..', t'e M1M1J the expansive windows and small trees pottedIn
wicker baskets are strategically placed
among the couches, tables and oceanic decor.
The dark-haired woman behind the desk Skah
greets me and tells me to have a seat. Bypass-
ing the textured couch and assorted easy chairs
placed comfortably around the bright win-
dows,I choose the Panasonic Spinolator chair.A .
o' y, ""JK""F 4 tf A low-riding device mildly reminiscent of a
rocking chair gone easy, its lumpy back as-
saults the body. Until it is turned on.
Wooden rollers are concealed under a back
cushion, and when the hand-held remote con-
trol is turned on, they move in a circular
motion. The rollers can be made wider or
Anita Raviele/ demonstrates some
1 narrower and can be adjusted to move up and
down from the neck and shoulder down the basic techniques.She .
back to the waist.Selfabsorbed .
I almost don't hear Anne demonstrates by holding one end of the

towel up around her chest and tucking the
other end through her legs and up over her

buttocks, diaperstyle."You .
'I'I can take your underwear off or leave
them on however you're most comfortable.
I, When you're ready, lie on your back and face,,

..... the ceiling. The massage therapist is always
out of the room. Everything is completely
private."
When she leaves, I disrobe, tossing my
clothes on the wicker chair in the massageroom.
.
Ascending the wooden stairs, I flip the
f'Y switch for the whirlpool and climb in.
""k6 d The deep, royal blue tub shoots bubbles and
x + swirling waves of 105-degree water around my
11.1. cw body. I close my eyes- my glasses are fogged
anyway and let my mind unwind and my
body relax. After the chair and 10 minutes in
\ the whirlpool, I already feel loose and un-
stressed.
''''.' The bell on the timer rings like the one my
\;- Campbell call me into the therapy room.
Campbell is a professional massage therapist,
and she has owned the Massage Health Center
for the past six of the 11 years she has worked
there.In .
her early 30s, Campbell looks many years,
younger in her white cotton T-shirt that com-
4N'F plements her golden brown skin and blonde,
shoulder-length hair. Soft-spoken, she imme-
diately makes me comfortable In her presence.The .
massage room is decorated much l lice
the outside waiting room, but without any
windows. The wood paneling and soothing
prints emanate an earthy feel-a combination
family. room and log cabin in a 12footsquarespace.

Campbell leads me through the room to the
y
adjoining facilities that Include a private 1
whirlpool, a sauna and a shower.Every person
K who pays the $35 for an hour treatment is
'F'Fu encouraged to relax in the whirlpool for ap- I
proximately 10 minutes before receiving the
actual body work. The sauna is for afterward. mother used to have in her kitchen, signaling;

,., Back in the massage room, Campbell ex- it's time to get out. After drying myself on the
plains the process. towel provided in the whirlpool room, I drape
myself in the towel In the massage room and '
tip "I'll set the timer for you. When it goes off, lie down.
come back in here and drape the towel around I
you like this." A few minutes pass before I hear a soft

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Evans The Mill Bakery, The Club Cafe Ashley's Mexican and LaFitte's Seafood and

Serving a complete breakfast t, lunch It Eatery & Brewery Gainesville's healthy alternative.with Generous American RestaurantButler Raw BarDowntown
portions prepared an emphasis -
dinner menu. Weekday breakfast t specials Full Bar, fresh brewed beer. Celebration on low cholesterol & low salt & Plaza 375-4064. Jumbo Margaritas on the Square
t 2.95. You won't have to hour 11-7 Patio 7
just go daily. Expanded are our Specialty Open days a
fiber. All foods oil free.
high are
SE 1st Ave.3729928For
home ID get home cooking! Located off with live entertainment Thurs. & Sat. week. Monday thru Saturday 11 am- 11
Choose from a of muffins, bagels -
Archer Rd. near 1-75, behind the Motel nights. Oaks Mall Plaza variety 1:15: am and Sunday from 1 pm-10:15: 10 years offering the best seafood in
salads, ,
1>. Open 6 am to 10 pm Sun Th, and 6 soups pasta potatoes, Hour daily 11 am-6 pm. Gainesville. Blackened, Broiled, and
sandwiches fresh fruits
am to 11:30 pm Fri & Sat. yogurt, gra- DAILY SPECIALS: Monday Long Is. Grilled...Seafood Pastas, Bar-B-Que
nola & smoothies.
Try our new grilled
BARBQUEDavid's chicken or sandwiches. Iced Tea Jumbos$4.95, Tuesday Sex on Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oysters, Steak,
vegeburger
$4.95 Chicken and Quail. new Italian
the Beach Jumbos Wednesday Try our
Hometown Restaurant Open for breakfast lunch & dinner.
$4.25, all Specialties. Nightly Fresh seafood.
Jumbo Margaritas Thursday
Mon-Sun. Inside the G'ville Health &
Complete breakfasts from$1.55,create- Import Beers 99", Fajita Combo Dinnerfor Every Monday night: All the Garlic
Fitness Center. 377-
Westgate Regency
your-own omelettes only $3.25! Biscuits Bar-B-Q 2 only $7.95 on Monday and Tues- Mustard, Maryland Style Crabs You
4955.
Muffins, Cinnamon Biscuits day.We accept VISA and MasterCard. Can Eat! Lunch M-F 11-3. Dinner 5-12
Delicious mouth-watering BarBQbeef
baked fresh from scratch every morning M-Sun. Now Taking Reservations.
For lunch, we feature the best sal- pork &ribs&chicken. Huge por

ads in town, along with burgers, hot& tions-Reasonable Prices! Look for cou- El Toro

cold sandwiches, and homemade pons in Cator Greenbacks. Down the Mexican Restaurant
road from Santa Fe C.c. 5121 NW 39th Purple Porpoise
soups & chili. Ask your friends, we'rethe 1723 SW 13th St.
best t value in town! Open 7 days a Ave. 373-2002. Great Mexican Food 7 Days Oyster Pub

week.Now serving Homestyle Dinners No Brag-Just Fact. 1728 W.Univ.Ave.Happy Hour 4-7pm

from 4:30: 9 pm M-Sat!. 1218 N. Main. Sonny's M-F. Oyster Happy Hour 2-4pm daily

C'villc Shopping Center.3712106.Ivey's Real Pit BarBQFor and 7-close Monday Night. Drink specials -

tasty beef, pork, chicken and ribs, La Fiesta every night.Lunch specials llam-
8-10 Coors 25,
2pm. Thursday Light
'. come to Sonny's, for Bar-B-Q At Its Mexican RestaurantCville'i and$2.00
( Avoid the ordmary-For a refreshingly Best! 11-9:30: (Sun-Thu) It 11-10 (Frl- pitchers.
newest authentic Mexican
I different dining experience in a cozy, Sat). 2700 N. Waldo Rd.3610 S.W. 13th Our have res-
St.3635 S.W.Archer Rd U.S.441 1-75 taurant. family restaurants
1, intimate setting-try breakfast,lunch or at ,
been serving the Southeast for 16
dinner at Ivey's Grill. Extensive break Alachua. I yrs.
Serving daily lunch specials 11am-
fast homemade i SPANISH
menu soups large
2:30pm: It delicious dinner entree's 5-10
fresh salads, sandwiches and burgers
Bar-B-Q
weekdays it 5-10:30: weekends. Comein
Woody's
for lunch and dinner. Fresh seafood,
in the world! It give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI.
chicken and dishes also at dinner.Or .
pasta Banquet Facilities Available. (between Service Merchandise It Mr.

espresso come in or for cappucino.a decadent Boer dessert and wine with Catering for small In &Back large Ribsl parties.! Il 111 iii lilllJEGE Han's)332-0878. La ConchaThe

list Open 7 days a week. MC, VISA, Specializing Baby
of West here in
7 flavor Key right
Open days week from llam-lOpm!
AMEX.3303 W. Univ. Ave. 371-4839.
Gainesville. and Latin American
7520 Newbery Rd. 3327858CHINESE Spanish
Cuisine. M-F llam-8.30pm: 4002
J's RestaurantBreakfast W.Newberry Rd. Plaza West 3784002.

house 20 years. Serving t
Market Street Pub
8.1).2:30()() : every day. One block to cam

pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave.Joe's Fine handcrafted meats & sausages,
imported beer In a jovial English Pub STEAKGreat

J's RestaurantChinese atmosphere. Located downtown 120

Deli SW 1st Ave.3772927.Murphy's .
food 5-9 lunch
: delivery, pm;
I tome of the two-foot Catortail! Daily
11-2:30 dinner 5-9
: ; pm every day except
lunch specials M-F at all locations. Tues. night. Only a block to campus. Pub
Campus,34th St. 13th St. Free Delivery! ITALIANLeonardo's Steaks
1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J J10 yrs. exp. Dally Specials
377-5637&375-5637
Deli Sandwiches & Ice cold beer! Beef & SpiritsFor

COfFEEHOUSEThe Billiards, Darts and Video games. the best steaks and prime rib in

-- Snuffy's Restaurantand Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur Gainesville. You cook over a hickory

Lounge 706 llam-12pm. Frl-Sat. Ham-lam. Sun. charcoal grill or our chef will prepare

Experience the Renaissance, progressive Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across your dinner. Chicken & Seafood too!
1017 W. Ave. 376-8899.
Caribbean University with Philsophy Store pastas and fresh fish in an alternative from the YMCA pool.372-4751. Open daily 5-10.2 for 1 well drinks &
pub atmosphere gourmet Offering Thai dollar drafts from 5-7 6-pound
steaks chicken Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. atmosphere. p.m.
,
burgers teriyaki
Chicken 2310 SW 13th St. 3734301.Tim's .
Cajun Shrimp. Corgonzola challenge.
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand Univ. Ave. 378-6370. In the tradition of Red Lion Tavern and
Alfredo Pesto&California and
,Shrimp -
wiches, and New England clam chow bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th Grill
It 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee Chicago Style Pizzas. DaVlnd'i de-
by
der. Relax and favorite
enjoy your GOT THE DEAD WEEK BLUES?Come
light. Afterwards enjoy homemade
the bean or by the brew.Espresso,Cappuccino
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. desserts, espresso, cappuccino& a terrific here,drink beer!!Best the test!Slam the THAI
& numerous exotic coffees
M-Thurs) 11:30
Open ( : am-Midnight.
wine list. Mark Newman chef. S- exam! Cheer with our beer! Grill open
&Sat am-2 Sun),6 from the world over.Many varieties of
(Fri !),11:30: am. ( pm-
Th. 5-10 It Fri. It Sat. 5-11 706 12-12.2413 SW 13th St. 378-6320.
pm pm.
I,.... 11 pm. Happy I Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa tea, too. lOam-lOpm Mon-Sat. W. Univ. Ave.378-2001
& Am. X.Woody's.
Shelley's Tavern Thai RestaurantBrings

GOURMETToby's Manaro'sSince Dandng Barmaids. Now open at 11am you the "Best Blend of the Ori

Nationally 1955."Some things never change. for lunch. Pool Tournament every ent." Open Mon-Sat,dosed Sun. Visa,

Famous Sandwiches fortunately,your good taste and our Wed. Daily Specials. 6900 SW ArcherRd. MC AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-

3458 W.Univ.Ave. 11/2 ml.from cam consistently delicious Italian food. 5424.

.. pus. Hearty deli-style sandwiches, CornerA Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm.

soups & salads featuring top quality Gainesville tradition continuesAwarm Gainesville's most popular Italian Restaurant For

Boors Head coldcuts on specially Country Inn setting featuring for over 30 years. Casual attire SEAFOODCapt'n InformationRegarding

baked fresh bread served In a relaxed unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and welcome. Fresh dishes daily Including

casual atmosphere,conducive to meet- pasta specialities; Tableslde flambe' chicken, veal steak, shrimp It homemade -

ing friends, entertaining parents fe desserts It coffees. Dinner from 5 desserts at affordable prices. Out On The Town,

family or conducting light business ,.nightly. Lunch from 11:30: am week Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail Louie's Galley Contact

transactions. Imp. It domestic beer, days. Reservations recommended. 101 able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast Place for great grilled, broiled, fried ,Lynn Spinello

wine MC It VISA accepted. Open M- SE 2nd Place. 375-7620. MC/VISA accepted. ( on Univ. Ave.) 2120 HawthorneRd. seafood. We also have an all-u-can-cat ..376-4482

.\ Sat 11-9. 11-10 & dosed Sun. (SR 20)) Directions/Reservations buffet. 309 NW 13th St, across from
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call 3724690. (Crispy Kreme.



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.APRIL 26,1990,ALLIGATOR.9



IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND







a Alligator Classifieds -






FOR RENT: FOR RENT: FURN.ONE FOR RENT: UNFURN.Super .


1 FURNISHEDWALK BLOCK TO UF, one bdrm. $250 a 2bdr/lba apt. Fireplace, Phoenix
'1 Classifications o How to place a mnth Includ utllitl.Call Jail.1375.1555, 2630 SW 33rd PI. 12/mo lease, no pets,
$330/mo. Avail Aug. 373-1558. 4-27-6-2
leave If 4-27-2-1
no answer.
message
3 BLOCKS UF Room c/h/ac share
.
", .: ;* classified ad:
kit/baths w/d prefer male grid students A 2br 2 bike to UF and sorority row tastefully -
1 For Rent Furnished In Person 185 singl.240 double 376-6652 378-8122. FOR RENT: remodeled lofted ceilings, no pets,
:
2 For Rent' Unfurnished 4-27-16-1 avail now $260.373-8022. 4.27.5.2
Cash check MC or VISA. 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk

3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office Cheerful 3bdrm home, fireplaces, gardens 3bd/2ba, ac house. $575/mo. Avail June

For pent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave porches, parking ((2)1150) shares to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$260. 1 at. 1707 NW 38th Terr. By spot only. 372-
M.F S am 4 pm available. Special consideration to musicians 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. 1796. 4-27-5-2
4 Sublease House/Apt./ 3771510. 4.27.10-1 Plus LMR. Pool laundry no cats or dogs.
'' Main BookstoreHub Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190 4-30-75- M/F rmmt needed for own room In 3bdrf
5 Roommates< :/:: ',:,' Customer Service DeskM Townhouse-own furn. bdr ba, wash/dry, 2 2bath apt for summer C. $160 a mo a 1/3
6 For Sale<*.$;/'"* .F 8 am. 4:30: pm pool, close to UF, $300+ 1/2 utll. 335- utll. Call Coral 376-3893. 4-27-5-2

1641. 4-27-10-1 Oak Glade Apts. Near UF &, VA, quiet
7 Peal Estate :?\: : Reitz Union Cashier's Office washer/dryer available In moat units for Rent: *'.11 MAY FREE. Free bed walk to
: M.F8am-9pmSatnoon OakBrook2bdr2ba., 1/2/ mile from UF, 2 room, 1 1/2/ bath dishwasher
; j campus
.:: $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 4 2 Bath
8 Motorcycles' ":* Sun noon 5 pm micro,ae.security pool.338.0530 Andreaor $250-$350. sec & Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- pool, weight room, twnhse, 375/m, 378-
813-876-1776 (Collect). 4-30.10.1 4592. 4.27-5-2
M 75-2
AutoS'V Medical Bookstore Shands

; Wanted '* M.F,8.m.4.30pmBy ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145 for Sum- SPACIOUSONE Cheap) 2bd $23S/mth, $100 deposit,
: Mall I mar. Spring A Fall also avail at CLO. Incl BEDROOM APT quiet/safe.' 3 ml from campus. Call Cindyor
: services ;% :; : 1'0 meals/wk.utll pd.l-blk to UF.Student ONLY J283/MO. Bill at 372-0687. 4-27-4-2
Use forms appearing weeklyin Runll 377-4269 or stop by 117 NW 15th
12 Services I LYONS APT
Typing
the Alligator. Sorry no cash by St. 4-30-10-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8707 A BARGAIN! 2Br/lBa, privacy, quiet,
13 .. Help Wanted:, mail. MC VISA or checks only 4-30-71-2 2nd floor duplex, enclosed porch,
: 3 rooms In NW home,wash/dry 2ba,closeto 428 NW 9 Ave, $295. 373-5577 after 5.
14 Bus'nm! personals By Phone 373-FIND: UF $150-180 a 1/4 UIII, M n/s/ furn INCREDIBLE 4-27-4-2
Payment by VISA or Mastercard avail. 335-2891. 4.27.7.1
15 Personals \:
1 : ONLY. Five dollar minimum. Efficiency Apt.
':' Starting at $185 SUPER LOCATION
16 Connections x-,_ MF8304pm.: : Large 2BR 2 1/2 bth townhouse WoodgateMnr. Starting at $235/ 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST I BR apt 1 block N ol O'Dome. Big yard for
I w/d/ hookup. Avail May 1. $509/mo
football parking. Earn extra cash. 338-
17 Notices LL'.r-0; : o How to correct I nag. 332-S564. Ask for Linda or Barbara. 378-3988 1161. 4-27-4-2

18 :Rides :;:,, 4-27-7-1 375-3861
cancel your ad: 4-30-70-2 Sublease huge, beautiful 2br/2ba townhouse -
19 Pets v- FUN A SUN In The Pines 2 or 3 summer with study,close to mall a UF.Available
I rmmts-furn, big rm, poolside 2ml to UF June 1. $520/month. 332-4664.
20 :Lost & Found ,\ Cancellations: $220/mo own rm, l25/mo to share. 378- Check Our New Specials' 4-27-4-2
Call 373-FIND Mon. Frl, 8.4 pm. 8103. 4-26-5-1 All Amenities Available
No refunds can be given. FURNISHED UNFURNISHED
Roommates Available LUXURY CONDO
Oakbrook 2BDR 28TH
Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors: washer/dryer close to UF $500 a month. We're No.1REGENCY OAKS 2BR/2barh loft condo in quiet
Check ad the FIRST day il runs.Call
your Call 375-2586 or 378-7796. 4-28-5-1
coin and _
373-FIND with any corrections before 378-5766 NW pool laundry hook-ups.

noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY ROCKWOOD VILLASI! beautiful 3bd/3ba 3230 SW Archer Road $550
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY furn. condo for n/s'a In tall ft spring call COUNTRY GARDENS KEY MANAGEMENT

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected 1-363-0047 (Jax), I will return your call. 373-4500 372.3080
Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day. 4-27-6-1 2001 SW 16th Street 4-27-4-2
No refunds or credits can be given after' 4-30-58-2
Union or Shands may take placing the ad Changes called In after Sorority Annex Sublet. May-Aug. 1 blk AVAILABLE NOW OR MAY
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. from Norman. $275 utll (nag) Call 375- Attractive clean apts. & houses close to
3821 and leave message. 4-27-5.1 UF, avail for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs.
may run for any length of time 2BR 11/2 BA SW duplex.
: Call 495-0024. 4-30.24-2
Customer error or changes
Extra nice flat with 2 big
and be cancelled at time.
any *BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK**
Corrections must be made in person at maint. $325
bedrooms, hookups yard
Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. Luxury condo 4 bike from campus, security Studio, Ibd, 2bd, and 3bd opts and
funds for cancelled ads. There will bee $2.00 correction fee. maid asrvlea. European kitchenw houses avail now and for fall. Walk to UFI Great 2BR. 1/2 BA townhouse,
micro, dlahwash, disposal', full site Beat the rush! College Park Properties breakfast bar hookups,
411 NW 15th 3717777. 4-27-8-2
wash/dry. $200 to 1380 monthly. 37$ some utll pd. $325
4541. 4-27-4-1
In The Pines KEY MANAGEMENT
Summer rmmt wanted to live in 2bd2baapt. Spacious, 213 Bedroom 372-3060
Oxford Manor $200 obo master bdr Apartment & Townhouses 4.27.4.2

L What are the first steps in planning a nursing career? wbath avail. Call 335-9217. 42741PROFESSOR'S Convenient to UF/Shanda
first interview? 2 pools,tennis crt weight room, BIKE TO CAMPUS
Z What should I expect at my job HOME sauna, 2 laundry rooms.

3. How do I choose the right hospital? 373-3371 Spacious BR apt downstairs.
3BR/2BA Northwood Pines home,
4. What is the best way to prepare for the new NCLEX-RN 205 SE lath Ave. walk-In closet,mini's,
furnished. Dishware,
5. Why has the failure rate on the NCLEX-RN increased? completely linens all the comforts. 4-30-15-2 1/2 mile east of Main St. some utilities paid. $240 I

Fireplace, garage, fenced yard. $750
Upstairs 1BR balcony condo
Get The Answers MANAGEMENT 2BDR House by UF Carport fireplace, dishwasher, coin laundry $275
KEY a/c, 328 NW 15th Ter College Park Apts.
371-3454 Office: 411 NW 15th Sir. 3717777. 4-27- Country living In a 2BR duplex, ,
This Weekend At A 4-27-4-1 3-2 private, air, pets ok. $275 t .

PhD cand. seeks mature house mate own
MELROSE SPRINGS Brand new 2bd, KEY MANAGEMENT
bdr/ba,w/d micro VCR safe" ,quiet neighborhood *
screened porch huge oaks, landscaped 372-3060
Free Stanley H. Kaplan ample parking. 372-0912 11 a- nice neighborhood$450/mo 4-27-4-2
11pm. 4-27.3.1 Pets ok. 4-30-11-2

WALK TO CAMPUS
Career Furnished bedroom only $150 & 1/3 utl. 3
NurSing Avail now: 1-bdr apt; fans, cent heat/air;
blocks from eampua. Available May-Aug. mini, vertical blinds; own but, near UF; Great 2BR apt. Hardwood floors I

Near You.This 3770715. 4-27-3-1 $275 Including water.373-0701. 4305.2 Inside bike storage,window

Seminar UF coverings, c.ntr.I.lr. $400
House iBr 4Blks
House/duplex 4bdr/2ba, fireplace, centhtair.
Summ.r-F.nlurn. no pets. 1 1/2 ml so. of UF, lyr lease KEY MANAGEMENT
weekend Stanley H Kaplan Is conducting Nursing Grads $280. 377-0325( after' 5 650mo. Call 376-6183 Leave Message. 372-3060

Career Seminars coast to coast Learn how to find the perfectRN 4.27-3.1 4-27-8-2 4-27-4-2 .-.

job for Discover strategies that will help you ace the, HOUSE SUMMER C $400
you. PROF'S
RENT
HUGE, Studio 6 bike to UF wd firs, THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane;
NCLEX.. Review sample NCLEX questions. 3 B D R. 373-2380. 4.27.3.1
fireplace, full sz kit, low elec. Lease III See UF from private balcony, neatly renovated -
Review Course at the seminar and July 31 option. $265. 375-0963 Ivmsg.
Sign up for our NCLEX ..ee.IWINDMEADOWSeeeeee 4-27-6-2 wyear bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. 3717777.

receive a valuable gift.Sat huge mstr bdr in 3bdr/3ba furn or unfurn. 4-27-3-2

April 28 10 A.M. avail for 2 rmmts. $150 ea NEG. 338-6370 Center Court, very nice 2bd, walking distance $50 off rent: I Ibd/bath./ quiet, stylish garden
Becky. 42731Lg to UF. 1210 NW 11 Av. Dishwasher, apt, May 25-July 31, pets ok, no deposit *,

Call U. Today And Reserve Your Seat ultra mod 3bdr/2batwnh.,4 yr oldbtw c.nl.lr.4-27-8-2 Office: 411 NW 15 St. 3717777. close to campus.

377-0014 UF, SFCC.imall Quiet commun, 335-0352/395-6785. 4-27.3-2

Jacuzzl.securlty .y.,.. wa/dry A more. Three Oaks 3bd 2bth just 3 blka N of UF, 2BD/1BA $325/mo Phoenix Apts, close to
409 SW 2nd Ave $050/moneg unfurn.call 374-8621/lv mes- very, very nice. 414 NW 14 St. CollegePark UF/Shands, very spacious, year or summer -

Call us today and reserve your seat. sage. 4.27.21Bdrkitliving Properties. 3717777. 4-27-8-2 lease, pets ok. Call Lee 378-180.

rm prlvlledge, most utll pd For Rent: 3bdrm Condo In Marchwood,
Classifieds. .
R KAPLAN summer 135/mo fall 165/m. 4bdr apt 1740 .
-STANlEY $550 a month 3 month ,lease. Call for
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LAKEWOOD VILLAS need 2 to sublease
A 2BR/1 1/2 BA quiet & conv.nl.nlloca. N/S F to have own master bath & bedrm l2S/mo, BIG blue rm In Ig house 3blks OAKBROOK WALK Share 2bdr/2ba forSummer May-Aug. (turn Ig 1bdr. $460/mo/ ft util.wd. .

tion, pool, clean, Foxmoor Condo. 3600 for only $180/mo. & 1/2 utll. Need from frm UF HI clngs, wood firs, fall option A. $200/mo + 1/2 utilities Susan+ tec. / cable free. 336-84(5 Iv m... 4-27-
view.
SW 11 Ave. lyr lease, 400mo. 332- May 1-Aug 15. Opt. for fall. Call Kim 336- share ba w/1 I person, big porch & ivng rm. dep. furnished. 3rd floor pool 4-26-4-4 4.4
7257. 4271.2 3836. 4-30-9-4 3769145. 4-26-5-4 374.09101..v. message

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WOOD FLOORS 1Bdr or 2Bdr. Now or 1 brm apt 5 blocks from UF Sublet all Brandywme furnished own mstr bed/bath. Rocky Pt. Apt. ONLY $130/mo/ females SPYGLASS NEW Sublease 2bdr/2ba townhouse MayAugustBRAND furnished
Fall. Walk to UFII Park $24S/mo Call 371.3595 ask for Mike or leave mes- needed subleasing 2 huge rms In a
College Apts. 411 summer (May-Aug) Palm Bay 3bdr/2t May 4-Aug 15. Ann or must see, please leave message
> apt.
4285.4
NW 15th St. 3717777. 4-27-3-2 Apts.27-7-4 Call 378-2629 leave message. 4- sage. Renee. 335-6493. 4275.4 3368254. 4-27-4-4

Great townhouse Close private 2
Sublease hug beautiful 2 br/ 2 b townhouse OXFORD MANOR. Rent
1bdr In
floors pets terrace pool furn 4 ** Need roomies 4tar2ba Home summerC
with study. Close to Mall & UF FREE MONTH RENTI! w/ for fall. Price GREAT
Available June 1. $520/momh. 332-4664. avail May 1 thru Aug 15, close to campus, sale Summ+opt You will Love living ** BEAUTIFUL Spacious location option by pool. Greg 377-8070.neg. 4-27-4-
** ONLY 1/2/ blk fm
4274.2 here' only 329mo. 3712141. 4-26-5-4 campus
poolside, 2bd/1 b., nice! Call 374-6917 4
Ive ** 180mo CALL 3725574. 4.27.5.4
message. 4-27-7-4
3.1 bedroom apt private central ..OWN ROOM & BATH.*
h/a. kitchen patio .........windmeadows**e09Sublet Right across from Campusl of 2 F rmmts M/F 2bd/2ba Polot. Get matter bdr,
equipped 425 SE 8th St. for beautiful
summer very spacious apt sauna, pool, wt rm, norm. 310. Call Honk
.... wanted for summer c. Own room in beautiful
$195.00 deposit, 3752505. 4-27-2-2 duck pond, pool, laundry need rmmt
and rate $210. Call
of behind Call get summer Wa/dry.
2bd/2ba 3bd/3ba 3 bdrm. triplex B.Klng.
small pets ok. Rent $175 negotiable. Ph: 407-394-6701. 4-27-4-4
Large spacious room torrent In big house. $2lO/mo rent neg. 3714055. 4272.4 336-0411.I 4-27-5-4
Two minute walk to Well air-con- 335-21 Ask for Jill or Julie.
campus. Point West-34th sublease: May-Aug. 2br WALK TO CAMPUS. Oakbrook Walk.
ditioned. 378-6917 4272.2 4277.4_ SUMMER A, B. or C, 1 or 2 F N/S Rmmts. UF for turn
fully furn. POOLSIDE smile to Sublease summer, fully 2bd/2ba/
Sorority Annex apt, I ibdr/tba, I blk to UF, Large bdr, own ba Pine Tree Gardens, 445month. Call Kevin or Walt 378-2144. wa/dry micro, pool, avail May 5.
Rent Please leave 336-
MOBILE HOMES: central ac, I mo. free for Summer C. Only 4367.neg.4-27-6-4 message 4-27-5-4 $300/mo. 3717630. 4-27-4-4

225mo. Call John 3717893. 4-27-7-4
3 FOR RENT/SALE Sublease Snow Whites collage a/o/ for Sublease ibdrm In 3bd/2ba $140/mth
May rent FREEI 3br/3ba In Oxford Manor
Summer sublet May 15-Aug 15 nice spacious ; summer or longer. Charming 70 year Towne Pare May 10-July 31, May rent
rent summer AB or C w// for Fall.
'80 Mobile Home for sale. Good cond, Ctrl I bdlt ba apt 3 blocks from campus Call 375-5871 Iv option 4-27-6-4 old 1 bedroom duplex 1 block E of Norman free, furnished bdrm. Call 336-1048 Iv

ac/ht, 2bdr 1 1/2 bath, part furn, wash/dry./ 1621 NW 3rd PI #3. $225/mo lease op- message. Hall. Call eve. 376-1417. 4-27-5-4 message. 4-26-3-4
$5500 obo. 3732227. 4-27-4-3 tlon. 336-6850 aftr 10. 4-27-7-4
Oxford Manor for
2bdr,2bth at
apt Fall Semester Sublet 2br/lba, fully turn PRIME LOCATION
Quiet country living, excellent condition. OXFORD MANOR Sublease for, optionfor $400/mo neg. MUST sublease by May Camelot short walk to law school. 372. sublet may-aug 1blk uftlgert1bdr /
(can even take over rent In Aug) 375.4201
14' X 70' on 2 beautiful acres. Buy home, C, 3bdr/3ba, washer/dryer, also furn. after 5pm. 4-27-6-4 0661. 4274.4 clean, cent h/ae/ carpet, prkg.<
rent land. 6 ml N of G'villa. 4852738. for sale, please call 3778287. 4-27-6-4 $290/mo.; 378-6391 Ive mssg. 4-28-3-4
4274.3 ARLINGTON SQUARE 2bd/2ba/ turn all
Sublease for Beautiful house
Roomy 2bdr/lba fireplace, near campus summer. ammen. Included rent neg. Call 374- Private bus to/from/ UF/SFCC. 1bdr/lba
Iblk from Own furnished
room, ,
Moving-Must Sell!12x61 furn. 2bdr/l ba, spacious, new carpet, nice kitchen, $100/mo &campus.1/4 utilities. 3712343. 4-26- 4593. 4-27-4-4 for summer sublease; apt turn clean
1972, great cond., $4500 OBO Cash. 338- low util., pay only $299/mo. This Is It. 5.4 wash/dry/ must sublease, rent neg. Call
8984. 4272.3 336-4224. 4-26-5-4 ** OWN ROOM ** frnshd twn house 378-7620. 4-27-4-4
apt wwtr bd. Half mile to UF. BEST
m/f sublet In 3bdr/3ba/ housewgarage
room Ig
1 BLOCK from CAMPUS 3bd/bath OFFER. Call Jim 377-9653. Ive message. 2-3 bdr house, bike to campus, hardwood
SUBLEASE quiet area, must see, close toUFwparking
:
House. Washer/dryer very clean and se spot Incl. Rent n.g.371' 4-27-4-4 floors, ceiling fans, huge backyard,
cure. Behind Norman Hall. $175/mth for 425mo./ 371.0851 Iv message. 4-27-4-
4 HOUSE/APT. 8243 Paul. 4-27-5-4 Sundown Studio sublease for
bdrm Price Very Negotiable. Call 376- summer 4
5869 Summer only. 4-26-5-4 until July 31 1. unfurn., 222mo. 3738951.
May rent FREEI 2bdr/2ba/ In OXFORD Summer Sublet. Mt. Vernon apts
r MANOR. Rent C for 2bd/2ba twnhs, less than 1ml to UF & I
summer w/ option I BLOCK from Campusl' 3Bdrm/bath/
Fall. Call nowl 375.1208 Iv. Shands. 375.5894. 4-27-5-4
message. 4- House. Very clean, washer/dryer across
27-17-4 street. Need Summer renter for vacant
Sublease Summer C 2bdr in 3/2 h... 1
room $200mth. PRICE Very Negotiable.Call .
mile from UF in scenic fmly nbrhd. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
Please Help Us: 2bdr/lba Apt. for Summer Heather 376-5869. 4-26-5-4
wshr/dry ac, $125 Call
C. Use our furniture 81 pay no de- carport. nego.
posltll Reasonable rent 3366492. GATORTOWN Pool view Huge 2bdr/1 378-4198. 4-27-5-4 by Trude Michel Jaffe

4-30-16-4 1/2 ba May-Aug $330/mo negotiable. Call
Ellen or Lisa 371-4846 evenings. 4-27-6- Sublease 2bd/lba/ save $150 clean apt. ACROSS 5 Shooting 40 Ceylon 51 Slaughter of

*** AAAAAHHHHHHHHHHIII *** walk dist to UF/Shands $360/mo/ 2 pools 1 Type of muffin match, atVersailles aborigine baseball

HELPI Sublease a furnished bedroom Oak Forest spacious, furnished 1 bdr May-Aug opt to lease call Amy & Mejgan 5 Circus figure 42 Uke some 54 Strauss' "Die

ONE BLOCK FROM UFI May rent Is available May-Aug. Rent Negotiable. Call 3748780. 4-27-5-4 10 Fort -, Cal. 6 Work oncartoons skirts Frau -

"f REEI June.July $170 Aug $150. Call 338.3973. 4-27-6-5 PINE TREE GARDENS 2bdr/2ba sublease 13"with 45 Accommodate Schatten"

335-2202 leave message. 4.27.2.4 for fall a View" 7 Small 46 Confused 56 Wine flask
or re-rent summer, option
Spyglass sub. 1.2 or all 3 bdr/ba from
rent Please call 336-8349. 15 Architect Jones 8 Some arepoached 47 Hindu loincloth 57
neg. 4-27-5-4 Spad
Sublease For Summer W/ option for Fall. May-July. Renewable, great place to live.
Spacious 2bdr Apt. CHEAP RENTI! Call Fabulous pool area. Call Immed. 335- 16 Marsupial 48 Uke the bucket 58 Of an historic
376-8090. 4-30-16-4 2830. 4-26-5-4 Mill Run twnhse, 2bdr/1 V2ba/ SummerC for short 9 Fragrant liquid of song time
price neg. 336-8766. 4275.4 17 10 Miami
Subterfuges stadium 50 French 61 English

Reap, quiet n/s needed. Own rm In abed 19 Cutting tool 11 Copland ballet nobleman cathedral city

I 11/2bath apt. Only 120,1 I pay the rest. No 20 Store, as grain score

dep, May-Aug. Call 375.1354 after 6pm, 21 Erato, for one 12 Baker's: ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

Saeed. 4-30-13-4 Village Park 22 Formerly called thirteen R B A N

Regency Oaks apt 1bdr, large, for more 23 Alley denizen 14 Song: 0 GILIENE D R

Into 378.2202 mornings and evenings. 4- 25 Conestoga Comb. form C S A L N A
27 The Toronto 18
Sleep
27-12-4 study
H U R R E D
ones have the abbr.

1 2bdr/1 b. furn house wfenced yard, w/d, blues? 24 Stopper NE

central ac, NW 7th Ave, avail May-Aug 30 Ending with 26 Grad. A S A

$440/mo neg. ft utll. For Info call 335- Capri 27 Doorway side A R E N H M
4913. 4-26-10-4
31 Pub serving 28 "It's -'I" 0 T Y A

F Rmmt N/S to share 2bdr/1 ba apt for 32 "Honest -" 29 West Indies A N T

summer $175/mo & 1/2 util, walking distance 33 Certain food fish A M 8 A

to UF. 3774244. 4-26-10-4 35 Comic Kaye 33 Kansas, the N

38 A snail for one State
Looking for a great place for summer? 40 Tone reiteration 34 Function M A
OAKBROOK WALK 3rd fI single bdrba.MayJunoJuly 41 E D W N
French Quarter Reporter's goal 35 Hit sign
rent $275/mo or
376-6611 4-26-10-4 neg. 42 Needy 36 Smudge A R A

43 Oriental cooker 37 Ono M

--iVindmaadow 3bd/3ba, for sublease from 44 Switch position 39 "- withFather" 4/26/90/ /
'May-August with option for fall. Call anytime 45 On In years

336-6315 or 336-8316. 42710.4 SPECIAL SUMMER RATES 46 Choir voice I Is 11 11
47 Peg 01 is r 1

Lakewood Villas-Sublse May-Aug turn 49 Uke some t 4 Is
bdr, own ba, wash/dry attractive and 2 Bedroom from $245.00 formal
clean only $242/mo. 335-5589 leave gowns
message. 42710.4 52 Uris novel, with"The"


Sublease a HOUSE for summer! 2bd/1 ba, ALSO LEASING FOR FALL 53 Alley Oop's wife

furn.. wood floors, Ig. kitchen nice yard, 55 Ruined
2 min. bike to campus. $440 3734662. 59 Orel's river

4-30-10-4 3 Pools 3 Laundries Ceiling Fans 60 Kind of worker

62 Gumshoe
.*Oxford Manor own bd/ba, turn., wash/dry. Flexible Leases. 63 Canadian
rice neg. Sublet summer C. 371-6237

4-30-10-4 Study Hall & Rec Hall mystery Howard writer


OAKBROOK I Own your own condo for; almost 64 Brownish gray

no mny downtake over pmntsFully A Student Community 65 Squid's squirt
Furn w/wash/dryr.call Craig 378-3451 Iv 66 Nasal-sounding

message. 4-30-10-4 minutes from Campus & Shopping, 67 Spot for a

"jMay rent free) 2bdr/1ba Bailey Manor, farmerDOWN

rent for summer w/optlon to renew In fall. .,
Secure, quiet adult community, 1001-999 S.W. 16th Avenue : ..:: ,
$275/phon 3717282. 43010.4 1 Show concern

. 378-3771 2 Onondaga chief
SURF/PARTY house 1320 NW 2nd Ave Lyons

next to Rocky Rococco. Term 5/5-6/5 3 Fishing
9-4:30 gear
$110 mo, 1/6 utll. Call 3381263. 4-27-8- : weekdays 4 Pitchers' goals

.Sublease Summer C Camelot Apt. Large
-.990 LM Ancvlte Time 4/26/90
*r2bd/2ba overlooks pool,, near ,law school, SyWIcale / /

beautiful. May FREEI Call 336-0186. 4-

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lease. Country ceiling fans, wood
summer Vlllagt Female sublease Summer A, B or C ..
Walk to
porch large yard.
furnished or unfurn, close to UF, large. for $160 a 1/2 utilities. Call Joanna or
Rent nego. Option lor fall. 378-7700 Iv Monica 3355660.. 4273.4 sublease.. Partly Furnished 375-
m... 4.27.4.4 -
Apt In the LAURELS
Oxford Manor 1bd avail May 7, option lor CHEAP, Summer A.B or CAsk / master.. brm.huge closotvaulted
,
to UFNICE. $185negl
renewal In Aug. Nice, clean, & gray ear- for CARLA or .. w/fall option I
summer
pet. Big enough for two I Call 378-6515 Iv MELINDA 3355422. 4-27-3-4 4-27-2-4
mtg. 4.27.4.4

House for rent, 2br/1 bat woodfloors, lots WINDMEADOWS Village summer c own rm in '
from 6/15- masterbedroombath$135mo. In apt. l50/mo + 1/3utll. Call Jeff
ol space, iblk Tlgert/Norman .
8/15. Super nice, call 395-8834 or 395- 335-1693 keep trying. 4-27-3-4 4272.4

9172. 4-27-4-4 SW Area 1BDR/1BA Apt $200/mo thru summer sublet C, 2bdr/2ba,
REGENCY OAKS, sublet tbdr sum B for July 31. 335-4870. 4-27-3-4 thru mld-Aug, BRAND NEW I I
utll.Call 376-4894 turn 3355358. 4-27-2-4
$190& 1/3/ Ivm..aG'
***OAKBROOK
WALKI
*** $ I
4-26-2-4 NO DEP REQ. May-July, ibd ba 3rd fI. lease, May-July
MONEYII Sublease 2bdrm/2ba apt. One turn pool. 1-2 rmmts $150/mo. Lest Iblk from UF, central heat/ac
t 1I./JodI377.83117.i 4-27-3-4 ., ceiling fans, $500/mo. Ty
month free and no deposit!) Leas May. &
Call 372-3467 leave 4-27-2-4
Aug 14. message.MAY
OXFORD MANOR: SUBLEASE Mstr bdr
FREE! Quiet, spacious 2br Georgetown avail) Summer C. $200/mo across from F opt to stay In quiet,clean,
apt for turn close to campus, shopping pool. 371-1617 Lv M.g. 4-27-3-4 P' big bdr/own ba, pool + 2 Ig
bus, pool, central air, mod. Again only l40/mo. Amy 332-
appliances. 371-1087, 4-27-3-4 **l'll take anything** _,_
( )
Oak Forest Sublet Ibd In 3bd/2 1/2/ ba RM (
MAY FREEI Sublet Oak Brook walk apt for townhouse for summer C, Living area ) RM/BA/ **
sum flex llv. arrangements, fully turn, w/ furn. Make an offer please. $190/mo & 1/3 ..., QUIETI Furn waterbed
micro w/d. VCR. 371.1087 elee. obo. Call Doug 3352561. 4273.4 $230 neg. 3369022. 4272.4

..Hawaiian Vllg* 1300/mo. ... 2 ***** RENT NEGOTIABLEII ***** May-Aug Sunbay Apts. 2bd.
bedroom/bath. Really nice and big. Must F/ NS needed for own bedroom A bath In 3779382. 4272.4
see. Close to UF Call 338.1384 anytime. 2bd apt Summer C In Point West. Call w/
4273.4 373.15821.avt msg. 4-27-3-4 / May half price. May-Aug
/ neg. close to UF, pool ft a
*BEHIND NORMAN** 2 rooms $105 ONE BLOCK FROM UF 2br/lba 2nd floor call 376-7412. 4-26-1-4
and $115/mo FULLY FURNISHEDI) great sublease May-Jun lease renewable, ( )
roommate. Call 371-7526 (summer). 4- $325/mo. Call 375-8650 or 372-1494. 4- 1/3 MANOR STEAL only $349/mo
27.3.4 27-3-4 2b/2b furnished Summer a only.
Leave message If not
N/S F to sublet 2bdrm apt for summer, SUBLET From May 7 to July 28 bdr In apt -
w/d/ a/c, d/w. 2 ml from Shands, $175/mo 2bdr/1 1/2 ba apt, Landmark. Only $300
S utll. Also need rmmt In fall. 335-5619. for summer I utll. Call 372-6076. 4.273.Alligator .. ROOMMATES

FURNI 2bdr/1ba
rI ( > t> sauna, wt. room, huge pool, 1/2 I
$230/mo for own room 1/2
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share, non-drinking loaded 2bdr/1 F 1/2,/liberal ba apt minded, near UF to BRANDYWINE 2 F N/S/ needed to sharerm avail late Apr. or May 1. Large house, / Rockwood Apts Sublet (for summer I 1bdr.
ft Oaks Mall, $175 & 1/2 util. 3320653. 2bdr/lba, fully (urn, pool, $170/mo ft washer/dryer, central air & heat, $200/mo/ Fern roommates( ) for summer Central ht/ae, no tec/dep May-Aug
4-30-9-5 1/3 utll, near UF. 3730024. 4-27-6-5 & 1/3 utll. Prefer creative artist or progressive Master br and study. Dogs allowed. 275mo. Call & leave message 336-
politics or grad student. Call 378- Tracy 335.4738. 4-27-4-5 4018. 4273.5
M/F for 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD MANOR. F N/S/ quiet & compulsively clean. Own 4718. 4-27-4-5 Pr.f/F For Master Bdr In 2bdr/2bth apt it
room 3/2 1/2 townhouse. CasablancaEast. LIBERAL n/s m/f needed: Summer C Oaks. Near 1/2/
May rent FREE! Available 5/7 w/ optionfor Regency campus, utll, I
Fall. 375-1208 Iv menage. 4-27-8-5 !. $185/mo. Jennifer 3749942. 4-27. NAME YOUR RENTIIIII own room, (turn, own furn/nonfurn bdrm In Homestead Apt. tennis court & pool. Call Amy 3727627. :
6-5 a/c, wash/dry, Woodgate Manor. Summer $172.50/mo ft 1/2/ utlla. Call 336-4959 4273.5
M/F Rmmt needed for spacious 2bdr/1/ b. special, also need roommate for lall/sprg./ Wll. 42745The
apt at Piccadilly Apia. Central' ac, porch, Oxford Manor Call now 332-4333 desperateltll, 4283.5 Priced to R.ntl 2 N/S rmmts wanted to
pool, and more. $210/mnlh & 1/2/ unl. Call $150/mo. Summer AB.C. Own rm and Gardens! m/f/ rmmt for May-Aug turn share 4bdr/2ba/ apt wfriendly roomies.
Richard 3355584. 430.95 bath, unfurn. 335-6336. 4-27-5.5 N/S/ fern needs rmmt to share quiet, own bdr/ba In 2/2/ 1/2 twnhse, UF/SFCC/ Walk to UF, w/d, central' ao, avail May-
woodsy, furn, NW home. Avail May-Aug. cntrl located. Call Mindy 3323896. 4-27- July, $125/mo/ ft 1/4 Utll. 3719353. 4-27-
SPYGLASS need m/f n/s/ roommate for N/S F to share a 2bdr/lba/ apt, May-Aug $100/mo/ & 1/2/ Utll. 3729858. 4-27-4-5 4-5 3-5
furnished 3bd/3ba apt. complete with own bdr, quiet area, $175/mo + 1/2 util.
was h/dry./ 335-5742. 4-27-8-5 Rent neg. 3353745. 4275.5 *LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK* HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, need 1 rmmt for fall M N/S/ rmmt needed (for bdr wcable &
Brand new, completely turn, walk to in 2bdr/lba apt., overlooking pond. 336- phone In NW home. $230 covers all, w/
3 rooms In NW home, wash/dry/ 2ba, Oxford Manor, need 1 or 2 rmmts, 5/4-/ UF, I or 2 F rmmta. for 2Br/2Ba/ condo 9478. 4-27-4-5 wa/dry. 1st 1/2/ mo (ree. 3717703. 4-27-
close to UF, $150-180 ft 1/4 util, M n/s, 8/15 (urn. masterbdr, 2br/2ba/ $200/mo + for summer t/or/ fall. European kltch. 3-5
(turn avail. 335-2891. 427.75 utll. Let's neg. 3732498. 4-27-5-5 wmicro/ wash/dry, maid service, security ***********************
much more. Call Denies 3754541. OXFORD MANOR m/f 3b/3b/ LUXURY M/F N/S rmmt to share 2bd/1.5ba apt In
2 M/F Rmmts Needed for Summer. Start HUGE rm In Victorian "haunted" mansion, 4-27-4-5 APT. (Many Extras). Furn/upstr. rm. French Quarter (for summer. Free (turn
5/4. 4bd/2 1/2 ba Plnetree Gardens. avail May 1. neg r.nllnc utll. Laura 377- ONLY $16S/mo Sum. C. CALL 3772970Iv avail l If( needed. $135/mo & utll. 371-2316.
$135/mo/ & 1/4 util. Dep. neg 335-5119 1527 days 373-9784 eves Iv msg. 4-27- **BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK ** msg. 4-27-4-5 4-27-3-5
after' 5pm. 4-27-7-5 55F Walk to UF, need 1 or 2 M for 2Br/2Ba/
.4 condo. Luxurious, completely turn, F/M Rmt. own rm 3/2 house, flrepl, hdwd **ATTEN FUN ft RESPON M/F RMMT
PINETREE GARDENS F rmmt. own bdr, n/s serious student, private bd In nice maid service, dlehwaeh, wash/dry, floors, spacious very nice, 2 bike N of WANTED ** Own bdr/ba In 3bdr/3ba/
$140/mo/ & 1/4 utll. Call 336-6947. 4-27- older home, central ac, 2blks (from UF micro. Great view. Call Dave 3754541. O'Dome. $158.33/mo ft util. Summer w/ New Wlndmeadow Apt. 338-6942. 4-27-
7.5 $165 + share util. 378-5897 or 378-1292. 4-27-4-5 fall option. 3781081. 4-27-4-5 2-5
4-27-5-5

F n/s/ needed to share 2bd/2ba/ apt, turn, M, N/S prel. grad/med/law/ stud to share F rmmt 1BR In 3BR apt summer C $186. Rmmt needed for Summer C, Have the
In Brandywlne. $$137/mo. want own rm, Own Room In 3br house. 5 min. walk to 2bd large house, own bathroom. 4147 NW Spacious, pool, courts May rent free. place to yourself Summer B, 3blks from
rent neg. Avail May 4. Call 335-9846. 4- campus. Summer AB or C. M/F ns pre 75th St. $200. Call todayl 373.2818. 4- Call Julie Lv msg 378-6591. 4-27-3-5 UF, wood floors, fully (urn. 3777489. 4-
27-5-5 ferred. 148/mo..1/3 util. Call Now. 373- 28.3.5 27-2-5
5190. 42755F WALK TO CAMPUS 2bdr's avail In nice
Summer C/B 2 large rooms In very nice I need 2 rmmts. (for fall/spring/ at Haw. VIII 4bdr house next to law school $175/mo &
4br house fully furnished, near campus, n/s/ to share 2bd/1 be apt, furn. l40/mo/ 3bdr/2ba/ $178-mst bdr, own ba. $158 util 5/1 to 8/1 Mike 375-0251. 4-27-3-5
great yard. $175-200 & utility. Call Laura + 1/2/ utll. Needed as aoon as possible. own bdr, share ba. Jennifer 395-8559 4 Did You Know?
372-8094. 4-26-5-5 Call Lisa 335-4230 Iv msg. 4-27-5-5 27-4-5 1 BLK FRM UF, rmmt for house, no pets,
n/s. quiet for sum., rent l75/mo or
For summer, F rmmt needed in 3br/3ba POLOS-I' need m/f to sublease own room Graduating in the fall and need a FIN/ $125/mo, If share rm & utll. Call 373-1242. by TomKurrut;,,-:
Windmeadows apt, you'll get own in 2bdr/2ba turn apt. Rent Is neg. starting roommate to share an apartment with 4-27-3-5 )
room/bath for $200/mo, Call 3367909. 4. summer A. Please call Mike at 3355218. Gimme a call: ELAINA 338.0117. 4-27-4 Attorney
i 27-6-5 4275.5 5 Roommate needed to share 3bedrm apt Contracts for sale of goods valued it over
at Vlzcaya, 1/2/ mile from UF. $160/mo & SSOO.00 mUll be> mad In writing. How
RMMT Wanted lo share fabulous 4bdr ..Need neat F N/S/ to share 3BD apt for Need N/S/ F to share room/ba/ $160/mo ft 1/3 util. Own room avail begin of May- about contract for services? Question: V
House directly across O'Dome. $175/mo summer B. Own BD, share bath, 1/4/ utll. Oxford Manor. Call 3726924. 4. July, great for summer A. Call 371-9868. you contract for t service (for example a
& 1/4 Util 3736289. 4-28.5.5 158/month + 1/3/ utilities. Two great room. 27-4-5 4273.5 physical examination by I doctor) lor an
expected rt of l less than 1500.00, but
,les. 375-6060. 4-27-5-5
F N/S for summer May 6-Aug 15, Quiet Own room Summer In 2bd/l ba apt close Fun above upon finding$500: .00 a, does problem that the mean fee you Increases don't
rmmts, w/d, tennis, r/b, nice big apt, own 1 BDRM In 2b/1b apt close to campus to campus. Fully furnished suit graduate responsible have to pay? Of court not. But 'll the
rm, shr ba. $150/mo 1/4 util. 332-2383. $165 1/2 util-you keep my deposit 5/1-8 atudent. $150 ft 1/2 June utilities (the fem roommate needed for own room In verbal agreement enforceable. line It ll
4-26-5-5 wopt to renew call 373-5294 for more rest paid). Call 338-1856. 427.45 part turn apt (for summer. l55/month, & now over $500.00 If you refuse to pay?
Info. 42755F 1/2/ Utll. 336-6862. 4-27.3.5 # *
Oxford Manor roommate needed. Only Mature n/s for GREAT'house, 'In quiet The MAILBOX RULE provides that
/ $175/mo & utll. Across from pool & gym. rmmt wanted to share 3bdr/2ba furn. NW. Clean, (urn, 3bdr, c/air wash, morel Oxford Manor great location full/turn. F acceptance of a contract offer.:becomes
.Own master bdr wbath./ Call Lisa 335. room In Regency Oaks $150/mo + 1/3 $175 ft 1/3 util. 2 ml. UF Call Karen rmmt needed Fall 90. Must be stud, neat, valid recognized' at the meant time of of transmission.dispatch' Into For a
;,588/130 downstairs.' 4-26-5-5 util Laura 372-2867. 42755Ns 3749297. 4-27-4-5 reap nonsmoker. 2bdr, $247/mo. Call DJ example. If you accept an offer by mat,
t ,3771792. 4-27-3-5 your acceptance occurs when you put K In
) M/F 3 blocks to campus Three Oak apt, mill/ for summer. lOl.25/mo, walking May's rent (reel Regency Oaks Female the mailbox, even If you later decide to
i free waterbed, own room $205/mth, May. distance to UF, 2bd/1 1/2 ba twha, pets Roommate for summer C. 3bd/2ba lurn. Oxford Manor reject the offer ,before the man leaches Its
Aug, no deposit reqd. 371-6562. 4-27-6.5 ok. Call Beth 376-5586. 4-27-5-5 Call Janet or Martha 395-9083. 4-26-3-5 F/NS own bd/ba for summer destination. Imagine that
Rent Negotiable *
1 bedrm w/ bath In 3/2/ house, furnished, OAK FOREST-f n/s rmmt, own furn mstr I need a roommate for summer own room Call JoAnn 371-2096. 4-27-3.5 A ipouse't conviction of a 'felony' .ll an
bdr / ba and In 2bdrm 1 1/2 bath absolute ground for divorce. What W the
w/privata balcony, summer, townhouse furnishedw
hardwd (Irs fence
pets ok, quiet, 1 ml. to ,' married the after the
avail May 1-$240/mo 1/2 util-call 335- / king size waterbed. l75/mo./ Call 1 N/S/ for In 3br SW spouse person
UF, 1 look Is all It will take. $225. 375- + own room house w/d/ conviction and with knowledge" of It?
7169. 4-26-5-5 6770 4-27-4-5 3355759. 4-26-3-5 garage, lanced yd, air/heat, dishwasher,
5 min to UF/Shands, $135 & 1/3 util.! 336- Tom Kurrus # Attorney
F/M N/S for nice 2bd/1b apt. $150 & Own bedroom and bath summer C. March-, DUCKPOND hist. dist. 1914. 4-27-3-5 Criminal Defense DUI
deposit and 1/2 utl. Call DENISE for more wood 2 story 3bdr furn exc bdr, poolslde M/F/ to share apt very roomy, great loci 204 W. Unix Ave.
info 375-1972 please leave message. 4- very nice. 200mo. Call Dan 335-5351. You'll love 111, $175/mo. 372-4129 for SPYGLASS 1 rmmt wanted to share Gainesville Fl 32601
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Vlllae M/NS. matterbdrm ft TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk Moped.1987 Tomoa Bullet
drives, 2 film tale large dorm size GE refrlg $120. Dishwasher $100; Karate clothes Ig $325 ask for Kevin
bath fully turn, nice amenities, avail May cassettes, 2 film canniatert.
Call 335-2104 evea. In great thape. 4-26- mans, tm boys, $10 ea; Running boards 335-4337 4-26-3-6
student $210 1/3 utl. 336- Factory reconditioned, unused In
1 lIar serious peat 2 6-5 fits Bronco
$50; 50 Gal. Gas tank $50
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B219. 4-27-3-5 typesetting jobt.
Good machine for small type thop. System GRADUATING 375-2738. 4-27-2-8 '89 Jews moped runt great, low mileage
Share Woodland Villa lor summer A, entire Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font : .telling dresser desk and CD PLAYER $350. Wood-finished double dresser w//
chair-matching .1. $100 20 track
mutt tell. Call programmable excellent mirror
$50. Mutt tell.
It (bath & two dltkt. $3,500 OBO. Call The 336-4462. 4-27-
upstairs yours rooms) Alligator at 335-4531. Ask for Donna. 4-27.6-6 condtlon crisp sound $100 ask for 4-6
$240/mo/ > 1/2 utll. 3323635. 4-27.3.5 373-8926 for more Info. Mike at 377-8861. 4-27-2-6

*$165/mo Polot ft 1/2 utll.! Own Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more MUST SELL 48 Inch Mitt TV, Bedroom Mauve couch papatan coffee table, wall
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L-ihaped couch
and Sell!
Graduatlng-Mutt Bed
many more Itemt. stereo, units bookcases
ft
morel' Call
3778287.
bed/bath, w/d, ft all the other extrat. M/F/ brands are all at our New LocationCar! 373-6820. 4-27-6-6 kitchen table and chairs,etc. All great con- Deal of the
for turn A ft B or C, cont'd thru fall. 335- Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372- dlllon. Call 371-9270. 42726Graduatlngdraiteri.lampt.mlcro.itereo centuryl! 4-27-4-6

7736. 4.273.5Maalerbdr.ludy 2070. 4-30-75-6 Excel cond. white bedroom tet. Desk For sale" : Ross cruiser, waterbed! furni-
w/chalr./ corner table ft dretter. Only $175 ture. Call 374-8275 or 377-6421. 4-27-4-
f100/mo 1/2 utll. Rockford Foagate, Yamaha Pioneer
+ Spa.cious obo. Call 336-0617 ask for Ivette. 427.5 kitchen ttuff.exerclte bike.glatt end
(turn house. Share w/ n/t F grad. Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Beat 6 table.ete. 3712016. 4-27-2-6 Marcy Monster wt. bench w/ long bar,
3729858. 4-27-2-5 Car Steno Installers In town. Car Stereo
short bar curl bar and over 3001 Ibt. of
to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 BIKE Motobecane. men, 10 speed EX Trek 830 Mountain Bike, 18 1/2 Inch, 21tpeed. weight. Exc. cond. $110. Call 3360296.
M wanted for summer c. Own room with TRAS. In good condition. Selling for $90. $275. Call Andrea 372-2061. 4- 4-26-3-6
balcony In 3br/2ba near UF. 120.00mo CAR ALARMS Installed remote control Please call 3771316. 4-26-3-6 27-2-6

ulilt. Call 373-2863. 4.27-2-5 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will PAPASAN Chairs, choice of cushions, delivered
demo. Call 336-9193 student menage. Washer ft dryer $160. bike Stpeed cruller Macintosh SE 20meg HD $1650, double to your door. 338-1526. 4-27-3-6
**** We need F N/S (for FALL/SPRING $75, Fender acatc guitar $100. desk $25. futon $50 black office chair $25. 335-
for own bdr In 3bdr 2ba Hawaiian VIII. Car Alarm, Autopege, Chapman. Home kitchen table w/2 chain $30. All obo. 336- 4317. 4-27.2-8 Mutt tell Hldabed love teat, $50 obo. Call
$148mo.+1/3 utll. Call utl 374-9638 and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Stntul Sherwood 1339. 4-26-3-6 372-5896. 427.36
**** 4-27-2-5 and more. We Beat All Prices) Must telll) sleeper couch ft loveseatdiningroom *

3733754. 4-30-69-6 MUST SELL: wall unit/entertainment unit tet.wall unlt.queen-aizewaterbedw/' Firm DOUBLE BED for tale. Best offer.
Own bd/ba/ In 3/2/ 1/2 CONDO Casablanca $S0, price negotiable. Call 3357733. 4- bookc.... Call Mark 335-6483lv; mettage. Call or leave message at 3710655. 4-27-
East with/drymlero.dlth- MICRO CENTER/ Compute 376-1146 27.4.8 4-27-2-6
washer t moretl $170 + 1/2 utll. Cindy Editor'a choice CompuAdd Northgate Leaving In 10 days sofa, aide, table, 2
378-2459. 4-27-2-5 H P. Price tame or lower than mall- ***Graduating. Mutt Go. On bed w/ WATERBED FOR SALE Great chairs, all $80. Single b.d.. wood dretser.
order. Systems below Include 1mb 40mb hdbd $75, 2 dtk $40 each, dresser w/ condtemlwaveletttoftildedtuperilngleCall / 3380768. 4-27-3-6
Village Park-Ummt needed own bdr ((28mt), graphics monitor ... mirror $55 3 pc. couch $85. Call 338- Debbie aI336-0580-00. 4-
M/FN/S/ for summer C, 140/mo, there MC 286/12 $1195 Packard Bell $1295 1384*** 4.27.3-6 272.8 Queen Size Waterbed teml-waveleat,
util.! Rent neg. 373-3190 Janet. 4-27-2-5 MC 386ix $1495 Northgate 386/20 padded rails, bookcase, $150. 335-9692

$2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery Graduating: mutt tell bdr suite: bed, LIKE NEWI sofa bed $100. K. water bed
F N/S needed desperately for f.llin 3bd $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics headboard, dresser nlghttable, desk w/ $125 weight bench $60 weights-metal' FOR SALE:
2ba In Oakforett $210 month + 1/3 util. monitor $970. ft 3 year warrantle chair, best offer. Call 376-6440. 4-27-3-6 $20.l.v. stand $20 negot. Joe3749297. King temlwave waterbed w// heater,
Call 395-8459/leav mettage. 4-27-2-5 Onsite warr.nll. Panasonic 1180 printer 4-27-2-6 pink couch desks, door store
$ 85. HP LaserJet lip $1049. 3743 W. Handcrafted wooden birdfeedert. Different bed and dresser. Call 335-5966. 4-27-3
Vucaya: M/F na Matter bdr/ba close to University Ave. 4-30-65-6 sizes available. $5 to $15 each. Free GRADUATION SALE table, 2-teat
campus $175/mo ft 1/3 Util. Avail. May teed with the first two told. Call J.R. between papatan, sleeper sofa, desk w/chalr GRADUATING mutt tell kitchen let
,1st call Maria at 373-6187 any time, May FUTON & FRAME SALE! 7pm and 10pm 3751935. 4-27-3-6 bookshelves, call Zach 9 336-7747 Iv kitchen stools, oak desk, dresser chain
neg. 4-27-2-5 From only $200. per tet. msg. 4-27-2-6 bike, etc. Call Lisa 3721796. 4-27-3-8

Call Matt 377-5650. 4-30-26-6 Graduating. 4-aal bdr, Ivg dng furn.
Rmmt Wanted to share 2bdr/lb Apt 1/2 Schwinn mtn bike $100. Honda passport Furniture mutt go. Pit sofa, recliner table Bedroom furn $150 obo den furn,

utll. SW Area $195/mo. Will negotiate.Call Bedroom, living room ft dining room furniture $85. Call 3350997. 4-27-3-6 ft chairs, end tablet, lamps, entertainment kitchen chain and other assort. Items.
Tracy or Michelle. 336-4201. 4.27-2- 4 tale. All In excellent condition! Call: console, bookshelves., Dana 3717145. 4. Melissa 3360282. 4.27.3-8
372.8820 leave mettage. 4-26-10-6 MUST SELL! Matching couch and love 27-2-6
OXFORD MANOR teat (black six months old), white desk Really cheap furniture mutt go now.
$203/month/ OBO Summer A.B.C Unfurn. VITAMINS ARE CHEAPER AT GAINES- and chair' white ceiling fan. Call 335-4525 Must Sell Klngtize waterbed 1 yr old, Beds, tablet, shelves, and kitchen appliances -

Own room and bath. Great location! Mel- VILLE GYM. 325 amino acid tablets leave mettage. 4-27-3-6 padded headboard Incl., Best offer. 336- leave and utensils.4273.6 Call now 373-8124
axle 338-0930. 4-27-2-5 $17.00201 NW 6th St. 3768400. 4-27-5- 9119 James, Iv. mettage. 4.27-2.6 mettage.
6 Living Room Ensemble $350: Spc pit
OAKFOREST m/f couch matching lamps, endtablea, Nagel sunglasses, bar stools, SSgal salt 37 gal. salt water tank. Includes wet/dry
own bedroom bath.May-Aug Free ride very to clean, Modem dining table A chairs, leather desk throw plllowt, coffee table, dining table. tank eel, onkyo equalizer neon phone, filter, complete cycle, and all other accessories -
campus chair' 6ft. wood bar canvas hammock w/ Call 336-4629. 4-27-3-6 blk chair/ottoman' universal remote con- needed. $300 neg. Call Josh 371-
quiet neighbors 338-7903
Jeff.very roomy 4-27.2-5 stand apeakert. Call Michelle 375-1208. trol, golf clubt. Call Greg 377-6670. 4- 3825. 4.26.26Wlndsurfer 4
4-27-6-6 House for tale, good for ttudentt. Walking 26-38
distance 'from UF 378-4026 Iv mtg. 4-27- : Alpha 2151 exe. condition
Rmmt needed (for summer C. Own rm ft good board. Sails, 6.3 ft 5.3 Gaattra wIInduc.r.
IBM SYSTEM 36. Model 5362 60 MB Disc 3-6 MUST SELL: Gltane racing bike, mint
bath in 3br/2ba apt $ 50/mo + 1/3 util InHawaiian .. $725 obo.
apace 128 K Memory Two 5291 CRT Ter- $325; Peavey Amp head w// foot, good 376-5121 evenings,
5715. 4.28.1-5 Village. Rudy 373-0848 or 332- minala. Call Mike 338-6590 between 8:30: Safari' Audio It Gaineaville'a newest ft finest cond., $125; Call Steve, days 372-5315 Ron. 4-27-3-6

and 5pm. 4-27-7-6 In car audio, cellular, ft tecurlty. eve 3732128. 4-27-4-6
Custom Installation & repalrt. 3361128. Bdr tat w/ full size' toft-tide wtrbd. Modern

Roommate wanted to share 2bdr 1 1/2 ba MUST SELL! Bdr f urn: bed, dresser cheat 42766CHECK MUST SELL! I black leather sofa $90 kitch. set w6 chain. Custom designsofa
townhouse 85/mo. Fenced yard pets of drawers, nlghttable; plus 2 bookc..... obo. 1 grey/whit sofa $75 obo. Call endtable.. Price neg. 335-6739 Iv
ok. avail May 1 1. Jeff at 335-4540 Iv mag. IT OUT-10 bike msg. 42736Classifleds.
Price neg. Call 335-3588. 4-27-7-6 / tp awesome Becky or Tom at 376-3639. 4-27-4-6
condition $90. Dorm fridge, hardly used
$50. Typewriter..well, It works $20. New MUST SELLI! Couches $60 for both, coffee
zimc Donnay graphite $50. We mutt be nuttl table $20 queen size waterbed barstools .
THEATRES There/s/ A Difference"OAKS Call Jim or Dave 377-9733. 4-27-2-6 $5 ea. Negotiable. Call 3781267. Continued on next page.
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88 SA50 Elite LX Scooter. White 120( WRITE WE TYPE : legal/medical/thesls/term
Must Sell Song Disc Jockey Code Alarm miles BRAND NEW! MUST SELL! $950. BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Business Legal Personal Reports papers etc. Professional expedient
Alpine Eq. Song tape player. Call 336- Call 375-3324
7010. 4-27-3 Theresa 377-3833. 4-27-2-8 Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. $1.50 per page. Message.
4-26-5-12
1233 NW 10th Ave. G'ville Handicapped Typing
cond. Must sell
Moped-runs great, good
378-7179.
SS waterbed $100/ Heater pad graduating. $175. Call 376-8116 Iv msg 372-1664 WORD PROCESSING 24 hrs near the
dresser/desk $75 set. Bookcase $10. 4-27.2-8 MC/VISA/lnsurance 4.30-75.12 Gainesville Mall WP 5.0 Call 373-4281,
Call Julie 3360186. 4273.6 Free Pregnancy Test ask for Rick. 4-27-2-12
business legal *
Member Typing reports *

Good condition: girls dresser and nightt-! 9 AUTOSHONDA National Abortion FederationAAA resumes cassettes transcribed applications

able $60 desk $30. Call 3721415. 4-26- letters notary *.tc. Available 13 HELP WANTEDAVON
2-6 ACCORD LX 85, 5-speed STORAGE 24 hours/7 days3722777./

hatchback air, cruise stereo ca... Excellent Close to UF, Convenient 43075.12
DORM CARPET and vacuum for talell condition. $5500. Call 3958942. 4- 4x4x4 l5/mo 1 375-6967
Grey carpet $35. Regina electric broom 30-9-9 4x8x8 $25/mo MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Tram.

$15. Or Best Ollerl/ Call 395-7455, leave 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 a self service computing Typing starts @ Benefit Insurance. 4-30-75-13
msg. 4-26-2-6 AUTO INSURANCE SAVE $$ at Orange & 4-30.75.11 1.50/pg A Resumes $6 Self service
Blue 'Insurance, drive thru In Butler Plaza. resumes $2.50/hr 15page./ Laser Need volunteer for a 2 week study of anew

We care. Call us 1st at 3772277. 4-30- graphics spell check theses psoriasis medication 3315379. 4-
** GATOR MOVING ** typeset
7 REAL ESTATE 9-9 papers special, characters employment 30-47.13
Full/Serv Mov/Storsge/Packlng/ 1-
databases mailmerge training.
1973 White 240Z Datsun looks Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls.
good WordPerfect Visa/MC. 4-30-
Must Sell) Excel' cond condo 2br/2ba specialist. EARN $35This
needs some maintenance, selling as Is Lie/Ins./ Harry/Bill/ 374.4791 4-30-75-11 65-12
Pebble Creek area 2739 39 Dr. Call 813-
4-11)- $1000 OBO. 335-7290 leave mess, Jennifer week for new donor for 2 plasma
666-5686 8138823525. 24.7
or SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
4275.9 Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable donations on our new automated
'" Assumable 8 1/2% Low down only boarding woodser facilities service. Reasonable rates. Laser machine Special bonus program each
$310/mo P & I. Adorable Spacious 1Bdr 1979 Olds Cutlass, engine block cracked. hay rides parties sales working printer. 377-8175 HI 00pm.: 43029.12 month. Free refreshments, free parking.
First $150 takes it. For call 377- students accepted. 466-3224. 375-8080.
w/ loft ceiling fan skylight vertical Info Experienced staff serving you since 1 1969
blinds Indry rm, storage a 2 3187. 4-27-5-9 4-30-75-11 Typing/Wordprocesslng/ WordPerfect Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238

d.cklBeaullfullandscaplng; w/lot/ of Dog 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, SW 4th Ave. 378-0431 Mon-Frl 8.7 Sat.
wood & Azaleas 374-4923 or 376-4702 1979 OLDS CUTLASS mechanics special *SUNBELT MOVING* dependable, personal' service. Tara 332- 8-2. 4-30-73-13
/ good rims and tires / $800 obo
green 4-30-54-12
.ves/wknds. 4-27-7-7 Professional Moving/Packing a Supplies. 1469.
Call 335-7888 ask for Nate 4-27-5-9
1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dist. Lie/Inj. REAL ESTATE SALES. New associates

HILLTOP MANSION on 4 acres. 4BR 31/2/ Priced for Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4- welcome.' Formal and one-on-one train-
Mazda GLC
85 excellent a/c
condo
BA Swiss Chalet style home. Prime loca 30-75-11 Put It In Writing. Fast accurate, reliable Ing. BillCindy
tion. $280,000.Cindy stereo/cass, tinted windows, $2600. Call service. Masters In English will check Bailey Realtor 372-6881. 4-26-10-

Bailey Realtor 3726881. 4-26-10- 336-4330. 4-27-4-9 spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 4-30- 13
7 *FREE* 23-12
1986 Pontiac Grand AM auto IIc. power Pregnancy Test CJ'S Waitresses and cooks wanted day

150 acres-long road frontage close to I- windows, 4-door blue ft grey, excel) Gainesville Women's BJ's 24 hour wordprocessing. Reports and night shift*. 3423 SW Archer. 375-
cond., low mileage, must sell, $5000 obo.
75/Williston Rd. $5600 per acre. Very HEALTH CENTER resumes, cover letters and more. Call 2337 apply any time. 4.26.7-13
335.1837. 4-27-4-9
wooded. 720 NW 23rd Avenue 336-8535. Call returned ASAP. 4-30-21
r Cindy Bailey Realtor 3726881. 4-26-10- 377-5055 12 Student nurse or RN needed this summerto
Cadillac Sedan Deville, 1983. Only 45k
7 work at a Christian camp for girls June
ABORTION To 24 Wks
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ml., super clean great condition, like QUALITY typing & Laserprlnt. Thesis' 22 thru Aug 11, canoe trips, horseback,
r Student Wants Student Condo 13br. If new all options leather Interior, $5500. BIRTH CONTROL Services resume, paper UF grad owner. Scribe and many other outdoor sports. Call 935-
373-6767. 4-26-3-9 Gynecology
you are leaving want I to s.lI. call now. Services 821 NW 13 St. 3776170. 0663 evenings. 4-27-7-13
Minimal hassle to 335- **.* 4-30-30-12
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ready buy today.
1974 Alfa Romeo spider converlable. McCoy Mini Storage
1982. 4-27-7-7 College Work Study Job
GREAT condition! MUST SELLr $2,700. 2160 N.E. 1st Blvd.5X1010X1010X20.
395-9529. 4-27-4-9 Typing and Wordprocessing Legal Summer C. Telephone Survey

3bdr/2ba In quiet SW neighborhood, Call Us 378-3286 term paper,etc. Professional quality and Evenings $5.00/hr. 3920171Sam4:30pm

fireplace & pool, separate apt 2600 sq ft, 83 FIREBIRD auto air, am/fm cass new 42720.11 reliable service. Call Nancy 3722750. : Raymond Martha Vasu.
$115,000. 336-6159. 4-27- 4-27-3-12 4-27-7-13
many extras engine, parts good tires & all maint.
6-7 records. 336-5966 after 4-27-4-9 MOVING? of ?
4pm. time Let Gator
Running out .
TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser Office Help Proofreading Flexible hours
2bd/2ba turn bus to UF/SFCC. By owner Moving pick-up, store a deliver your vice. $1.25 double space. Call 3738387. Apply 5700 SW 34th St., 1303, Block
1988 Firebird Formula 350 V-8, automatic belongings' to you in the fall. 374-4791
Treehouse Village. $42500 Call 4-26-10-12 and Associate 4-27-6-13
,4f'r- loaded 8200 miles, perfect condition, 374-4488. 43021.11
373-2088. 4-26-5-7
Stacy 11500. Call 378-2119. 4-27-3-9
TYPING 371-6435 WordPerfect, spell Need someone to watch 13mo old child

/ 4 blcks frm crops off Unv. Ave Modern 1981 Toyota Corolla hatchback air, ONE STOP DENTISTRY checked $1.50 a page a up $5.00 mini and light housekeeping on Sat. only. References

2stry 2b 11/2 ba townhouse covered pkg am/fm cassette, auto, $1500 obo. Melissa Accepting new pts, emerge mumterm papers, reports letters etc. 4- Req. Anne work 376-5263 eves
furn. Inc w/d, 2 deck, skylights, 1-800- 336-0282. 4-27-3-9 Adult cleaning $30 child $20 30.10.12 332-8210. 4-27-8-13
331-1229,378-8165. 4-27-5-7 ((4)) Wlsd tee. $325. ((3)) Wlsd. tee. $250

VW JETTA GLI 85' 5-speed. good ft dependable ((2)) Wlsd. tee. $200 **..OUICKSILVERN... Now hiring dishwashers, experiencedcooks

A spacious house, swimming pool 3 or 4 sporty, transportation, air, Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC V, AE Quick reliable, guaranteed! hr/7 days a experienced wait-people. Apply
br. 2 bth 2000 sqft NW, 1 mile to UFo cruise, stereo cass. $4000. Call Mark at Valid only with coupon up to ((4)) people. Starting at $1.50 per page. Call Jared at between 3pm-5pm. No phone calls.
2818 W Univ Ave. Price $82,000. Info 3739883. 4-27-3-9 H.T. Gonsouhn. DDS 372-9521 376-6515. 427.3.12TYPINGNOTARY Farah' 1120 W Univ Av. 4-27-5-13

appt to see 376-6183. 4.27.4.7
Van Trailer 8ft high by 40 ft long by 8 ft .
1988 Sporty Pontiac Sunblrd 5-speed, NEAR UF, Guaran- Telephone Sales' no experience necessary
2brl 1/2ba twnhse in exe cond. Shell loaded, must ..II. $8500. 3956608. 4- wide for summer storage purposes. For teed, Fait Spelling ckd grad school students and nonitudent welcome.
Rock Villas, orig owner Extras Incl. firepl 27-3-9 .Info 332-8878 Mr. Kaplan. Iv msg a phone exp., WordPerfect Beau 371-7923 eve. Pros welcome also" great pay flexible
ceiling fans w/d If qualify assume 10% 42715.11 4-30-9-12 hours, call 3721476. 4-27-5.13

FHA loan w/ low down. 41900. 3328324Iv 78 Honda Accord for $800 ac, fm, 78000
mlg. 4-27-3-7 miles. Call Madhullka at 392.2744 or 373- Need Help Moving?? Great typing! English maj/ret. court rptr SUMMER JOBS

8397 4-26-1-9 Students moving Students Fast Reliable, 19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel Great pay, 3 hrs college cr., a find out
Duplex for sale-2 bed.1 1/2 bath Pheonlx. Cheap we'll do It all. Erick 335-7617 4- spellg/proffg/ From $1.25 Call Jill why IBM, Upjohn PaG and others hire

close to campus full kitchens call Larry '77 CHEVY MALIBU. NEW tires, clean Inc, 30-12-11 377-9908. 4-30-16-12 our student upon graduation. For Interview

or Nina 371-8141 or 18006544544. 4- stereo runs great A looks good. $750 obo VIDEO EDITING call 377-0591 SW CO. 4-27.5.13
27-2-7 MIKE 373-5884. 4-27-2-9
VIDEO RESUMES

Rockwood Villas. 2bd/2ba + study closeto Walton' Electronics
UF, Shands and the Mall excel cond 10 WANTEDLocal 376.9858

assumable mortgage 499. 373-1 141, 4- 4275.11 THE EARLY
27-2-7 Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class

Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine Need Photographer? Weddings, Parties- 4.

8 MOTORCYCLES Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 Experienced a cheaper. Call 375-6836 "

ask any questions. It's your party. 427.
r-' Wanted: Cars-Trucks For Salvage, run 5-11 BIRD. w"
YAMAHA FAlER 1886 ning/not running,wrecked, etc. 3711576.

$2500 FIRM. CALL TOM 395-9447. 4-26- We Buy and Move. 4-27-5-10 .Pro tutoring In calc, physics, any math, ..

5-8 spanish, Italian. Call for appt. John 373-
Need cash? I want to buy prof. keyboardor 2816. 4-28-3-11
1986 HONDA MAGNA 700 Excellent synthesizer call 904-262-7885 collect, PREPARE FOR
cond. Black with windshield and luggage after 6pm. 4-27-6-10 GET NOTICED! Student resume service

rack. $2300. Call Dan 336-0493. 4-27-5- only $15. Have your resume printed In a

8 WANTED Ford pickup F100 1980 or professional format. Custom Flyers and MCAHSATGMATSAHATGRENMB
thereabouts for half hr photographing will Notices. 335-0376. 4274.11
Black Beauty 1988 Honda "Magna'VF75000 pay. Call 375-8710 Dascl, mention case
only 600 miles. Asking $3995; no. 87130. 4-27-3-10 Student MoversWe
will consider dirt bike on trade, call 372-
move we store, we're honest and
4160. 4-27-5-8 HELP! I need GRAD TICKETS! Will Pay. we're the cheapest In town. 335-1456. 4-
Please call 371-1989. 4273.10 27-3-11
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85 Honda Magna 700cc New

Painttiresbrakes. 14000ml runs great NEED GRADUATION TICKETS. Will pay Free denial exam w/ call 375-
call 3716704 ask for Jerry 4-26-4-8 x-ray GRE PSYCH-GRE- BID SPEED READING
$$$. Call Jeff 335-0563. 4-27-3-10 1955 to.eell you qualify for a d.ntal.xam

wxray; you may qualify for a free dental
1985 Honda Interceptor 500 excellent CASH WAITING camcorder VHS 3lux see
condition; must see. First $1500 takes It, Orin 1218 NW 1st Ave Gator Groomer NO cleaning and/or filling. 4.27-2-11 Join
plus extras. Call Jay at 373-4639. 4-27- PHONE CALLS Please. 4-27.2.10 our "Early'Bird" Classes
**Allied Vanllnes* Special' moving

'"*>JAWA MOPED RUNS GREATI! dependable rate for atudent We'll move jour furn In Preparation for Your
a economic $250 firm. Call 375-2897 11 SERVICESNW Into storage or home for less. Kelly 376-
leave message. 4-27-3-8 5224 Vila and Mastercard Accepted. 4- Fall 1990 Exams

Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave
MOPED for aalell near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from TYPING 4 .Call Days, Evening

1 3 to choose from I 120, 10% diso. to students. 332-8917 4- I Weekend
. Call Jim at 378-0293 30-75-11 12 SERVICESTyping '
before 5/2. 4-26-2-8 VV A 377-0014

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, I Educitionel (1emer
,, Two 89 mopeds: Tomos only 900 ml, Get confidential testing and treatment at Theses,whatever. Grad School P.T.ll.t. 409 SW 2nd Ave.
$450 each obo. Call TEST PREPARATION
perfect condition. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 4- WCS 817 NW 13th, 3739822. 4-30-75-

Cicero or Jose.3753187.. 4-26-2-6: .30-75-H )2, "" _, SPECIALISTS SINCE 1938r G'ville. Fl

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HELP WANTEDTENNIS PERSONALSDear PERSONALSNatural PETS LOST & FOUNDFound

STAFF six prestigious summer Rox:
Foods and Vitamin 4 foot BALL PYTHON with hot rock tank
campi In WVA ft ME seek dynamic tennis It was great to see you at LET'S GET Blrkntock pair of sunglasses, call 3956698.
Sandals. and
cover, very lam, never bitten eats '
Top salaries, prlvat.I..on., PHYSICAL. That's 4-27.2.20
cool
counnelore. that they gave Sunflower Health Foods great. $130 obo. 336-6283. 4-26-2-19
travel allowancia. Call 1-800-446-2283. you 1 YR FREE membership for signing a 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
4-26-3-13 year ,leas at the FREDERICK'S. 1 bdr't Sanyo radlo/cass. player with tap InsideIn
start at $300. Call 372-7255. Richard 4- 20 LOST & FOUND Grinter Hall 4/21 of sentimental value
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS prestigious 16 CONNECTIONSGAY CASH REWARD call NICK 395-8690. 4-

camps In ME & WVA seek activity Finder Keeper? 27.2.20

counselors for soccer. wtrkllng. wood- UBS SWITCHBOARD If you find something, you can place a
shop, piano, baseball computers, cycling FREE ad In this section. Be kind to someone Found Calculator 4/20 call 332-9746. 4-
animal care, artt/crafti, archery, 332-0700.24 Mrs. InfoReferral.EYE 27.2.20
NEED who lost what you found. Call 373-
rillery, & office work. Top salaries' spend CASH ? FIND.
EXAMS
contact lenses, disease
eye
the summer of your 1-800-446-2283.) BUY BACK OPEN treatment. 28 year exp. Dr. J. Beckum, LOST: CAT black ft whit Sylvester-look
26-3-13 FOUND: Set of 6 k.y.ln Library West call
UNIVERSITY BOOK AND SUPPLY optometrist. 017 W. Unlv Av*. 3761268.EARN$100MONTH 372-0498 to ID. 4-26-3-20 -ing male' extremely' dumb. may answer to
The Division of Housing Office for Staff 1227 W Un Iv. 377-1788.' Fredth.n( again he may not). Lost near
Rockwood Villas. HELP call 335-2724
and Student Development la looking FOUND: Ring at Blockbuster Video. Cell to 4.27-2.20
for a Program Assists nt/Graphics Art- Dear Chris: For your plasma donation Our fully auto- ID 373-7650. 4-26-3-20
let lor 15-20 hrt/wk paying 13.10 per hr. Think for the great hairdo. I'm glad I mated system Is faster and safer than
Poelllon, begin Summer A. Application found you again at REGIS In the mall. All manual center Call for appointment and FOUND: set of 3 key on GPA bench w/ LOST: Ladle ring w/mrld and 1 diamond
available at the Housing Olfle. my friends the FREDE RICK'S loved the Information. little red metal tag on keychaln, call to ID on each tide. Great SentimentalValue.
Application deadline I II April 27th. For cut. Com by and see my new apartmentat Alpha Plasma Center 3764162. 4-26-3-20 PLEASE call 3712025. Lv met*.
contact Smith '1130 SW 11th Ave. They still h.v.bdr 4-27-2-20
more Information Kathy M F 0:30-5:30-Sat 0:30-2:30: :
392-2161.'. 4-27.4.13 apt*, left for the fall. Call them at 372- II SW 1st St. 378-9204. FOUND: Black calculator In Well Halt. Call.
7552. 335-5663 to ID. 4-28-3-20

TAMPA BAY RESIDENTS: Sally. Modest male' trlathlete would like to Reward .'
Going home for the summer and looking meet lady training partner for fun, friendship Found 0 prescription sunglasses with case for Information
forward to the beachll Have It alll Sunl HEY**need to move your stuff to So. Fl. and possible romance. 378-9506 o Gannet Auditorium. Call 395-7066 or 'Cafe, Garden leading to the recovery of
stolen
4/24. Call
Funl I SSSI! This summer have fun and 4 summer? Let's rant a Uhaul truck. Call Doug. 4-27-2-16 395-7550. 4-27-3-20 Steve 376-2233 sign 4-27-2-20
earn money at Tamp* 11 College club asap Grace 336-1487./Microwv $40.
CC's THE NEW GENERATION. Now 4-27-2-15 18 RIDES
hiring UF bartender, waitresses' door.
barbacka, DJs, and cooks. Apply In Travelling this summer? Discover hostel-
men,
Ing. 250 in U.S. 5000 worldwide. Low $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 5 yr*. of
at 1512 E. Fletcher or call 813-
person accomodations wkly Frl's/Sun bus trip. Pet ok pkg
977-0539 (Ask for Harry). 4-27-4-13 budget tours. Contact St.
Augustine Hostel' 32 Treasury St. 1-829- trantported. GMC Iran 336-7026 ((305))
6163 for mmbrshp details. 4-27-2-15 268-3788 4-30-75-18
Needed lor active document production

department. Require proficiency In formatting W.James wishes to thank the owners and Airline ticket Gainesville to Lot Angeles I Help build thearc
and revising technical text and management of RIP' South for their understanding May 2nd one way, only 100. Call 371-' o
tablet Word Perfect 4.2. S.0 and Lotu*. 7125.v.nlng.. 4.27.3.18
regarding
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eocwpm.
taken by him. 4-27-2-15
00am: to 2:30pm: with occasional'
weekend work. Excellent salary (and PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate 19 PETSChows
benefit it 32 hrt/wk). Send return to: test. results from a reliable source .
T.Y. Franklin Word Processing' Supervisor PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0681.' 4- AKC black, one .a male and female
KBN Engineering and Applied 12 wks great personalities, champion
Science, Inc.. 1034 NW 57th St., NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? background, $250 .*. 454-7682 after
Gaineivllla, FL 32605. 4-27-4-13 Get special student discounts on exams 6pm. 4-28-6-19
and all supplies at PLANNED PAREN- Association for Retarded Citizenst
Great Opportunity for student who loves THOOD. 3770881. 4-30-75-15 Cocker spaniel' puppies for sale AKC, all
kid*. Professional' couple seek student shots, buff color, both male and female -
for babysitting and light homework. Part- Look Your Beat Everyday I !$250. Call 336-9754 leave message. 4-
time Warm, friendly environ. Near UF. :Sail: Katie at Omega Electrolysis" Inc. for 27-8-19
$4/hr. Need own car. Apply at Florida nfo about the PERMANENT removal of
Bookstore. 1814 W Univ. Ave. 4-27-3-13 unwanted facial ft body hair. 3744307.
4-30-75-15
HELP WANTED: for Sat. 28, Sun. 211, ft.
Mon. 30, 10 hr/day $4.50/hr CASH, for ISTUDENTS GET CASH
heavy moving on campus. Call 371-8321.' For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
27-3-13 372-1226. 211 W. Unlv. Ave.-next to
Central City. 4-30-75-15
Lifeguards & swim Instructor for YMCA.No .
experience necessary, position available SAVE ON RAYBANS
immediately. 376-7172 for more Info. University Optician
4273-13' 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
4-30-68-15
Childcare/houa cleaning for faculty family
Hrs Ilex, need car, good GPA. $4/hr. Anybody can sell low one, but at EZ Tennis
Call 373.4484. 4-27-2-13 w* are making It a career. Sale or no
sale, w* will beat any price In town. 4-27-
fern stud, responsible, mature to care 15.15
lor 9 yr. old girl In my home near camp.
own car tome It. cooking errand 15-20 At EZ Tennis, we provide our customers
hr/wk. exc pay. references required. Call with 3 things: quality products, great f
Linda 3719684. 4272.13 price, excellent service When you think
about It, anything else Is uncivilized. 4-
PREPCOOK Full or part time. Experience 27.15.15
necessary. Apply 2.4pm Mon-
Fri. SNUFFY1 1017 W. Univ. Av*. Quality tennis shoe under $30; Aerobic
4.27'2-13' shoe $35: running shoes 25-45% off. B
4 U buy, check out EZ Tennlt. W* are
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I 16,ALUGATOR,THURSDAY APRIL 26,1990 I


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Reese resigns after 14 years as UF swim coach I



next two weeks I would be named head coach."
By SHARON GINN
Reese becomes the fourth UF head coach to resign
Alligator Writer since October. Football coach Galen Hall and basket

UF swimming coach Randy Reese, who recently ball coach Norm Sloan resigned after admitting H
completed his 14th season with the Gators, surprisedhis NCAA rules violations,and women's basketball coach MY
team and the rest of the swimming world Wednes- Carol Whitmire cited no specific reasons when she
day by resigning as men's head coach,citing personal resigned in February.

reasons. During his years at UF, Reese coached his teamsto 'Y k V Jto
Reese coached both the men's and women's squads four national championships.The Lady Gators won
during his tenure at UF, but the 1979 AIAW and 1982 NCAA
announced in January he would championships, and the men
coach only the men's team next "I guess I just ended up won NCAAs in 1984 and 1985. H

season, saying the move would doing a lot of stuff that This year, the women fin-
lessen his workload and im- ished third and the men fifth at
prove the whole program. He didn't pertain to how the NCAAs.
said Wednesday that would not Reese said he is not sure of
have been enough of a change. fast the kids swam. I got what his future entails. If any s

"I 1 guess I just ended up doinga tired of doing that. club coaching positions become a 3 3s
lot of stuff that didn't pertainto available in Florida, he said he
how fast the kids swam," Randy Reese may consider them. Or he may

Reese said. "I got tired of doing UF swim coach enter a completely different
that. That's why I dropped the business."I'll .

girls because I thought (the just have to sit back and

situation) would improve a lot. But it didn't." see what's out there and what t I can be successful at,"
UF Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger named nine- Reese said.Foster .
assistant Foster the head coach.
year Skip as acting
said Reese's departure probably will hurt
Former U.S. Olympic coach Mitch Ivey arrived last
the recruiting situation.Although the men's team has
week to Reese women's coach.
replace as yet to sign a high school athlete, Foster said his top
"We've been aware for the last several months of
priority is the swimmers that are already on the team.
Randy's feelings" Arnsparger said. "We understandhis
reasons and thank him for his tremendous "If they feel like they can't stay and swim well in
achievements and commitment." this situation, we're going to wish them the best of
luck," Foster said.
Foster said he was shocked by Reese's decision,
but said it was probably for the best. Junior Martin Zubero, the 1990 NCAA championin

"I think in the last couple of years Randy's coachinghas the 200-yard backstroke and SEC Swimmer of the
been less and less coaching and more and more Year,said he was too surprised to think about whetherhe ; ft, s a,

of the other things that go with it-such as paperwork would remain at UF.

i i and phone calls," Foster said. "Randy wants to be able Sophomore Jon Sakovich said Reese was the rea- 4F
It to coach in a situation where he can be on the deck." son he decided to swim for UF. He said there was no

t Arnsparger said the University Athletic Association indication that Reese was planning to leave so soon.

will immediately begin reviewing candidates, includ- "I figured he was going to quit, but I figured he
ing Foster, for Reese's replacement."He was going to at least wait until 1992 after the Olym- i
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(Arnsparger) told me that I was definitely a pics," Sakovich said. "We really expected to get a lot > v

candidate and that I would be one of their top out of Randy this year, and his quitting is kind of ALLIGATOR PHOTO I
choices" Foster said. "I would hope that within the upsetting and shocking." Randy Reese led the UF swimming program to four national titles.


'Your final exam: I UCF pitcher shuts down Gators I


I ORLANDO Right-hander Brandon Turner sponsors withdrew.That snag was solved when New

worked himself out of four late-inning jams Wednes- York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, whose I
Run an option play'United day night, leading Central Florida to a 2-0 victoryover father competed in the Penn Relays, teamed with
UF at the UCF Baseball Complex. several other sponsors to donate close to $100,000to

glasses. fund this year's event, which runs through Satur-
Press International
Demanding the students' atten- day.Comedian
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Imagine AROUND Bill Cosby said last week he will donate
tion with his trademark physical
taking a final exam in this course. SPORTSThe $150,000 to pay for the 1991 event.
style of instruction
Majors
What would it consist of? Cosby, a Temple graduate, has competed in the
"Punt?" "Go deep and button- digresses into a mini-lecture on relays and made several in celebrity and
Gators didn't do much their appearances
discipline and how he does not to help own cause,
"
hook back? "Run the option? allow his players to wear hats or however, by stranding 10 runners in the last five masters races.
Johnny Majors is scoring points : "I've run in the Penn Relays since I was 12 yearsout
sunglasses chew to- mnmgs.
with students by teaching Football or gum or >> old," Cosby said. "When I was in the
bacco during team meetings. The Knights ((33-15)) scored their runs
Coaching 311 this semester at the in the sixth inning, when second base- Navy, I flew down from Newfoundlandto
University of Tennessee. Several students take notes at a man Mike Moberg booted a hit by Mike (compete). Franklin Field has meanta
Majors, head football coach of feverish pace while others look on, Josephina, allowing Damian Torino to lot to me in terms of track and field."

the Tennessee Volunteers, and his amused at old football stories froma score from second. Josephina later 04 In other news..
assistant coaches were lured by coach who has won a national scored on a single by Steve McClellan. UF basketball coach Lon Kruger
the university's physical education championship and a slew of bowls. UF ((22-25)) had its best chance to tie signed his second high school recruitin

college to teach a junior level the game in the seventh, loading the as many days Wednesday, bringingin
,,!#. course on coaching football for "Stand up, young man," he says bases with one out. But Turner ((7-4)) Carlos McMillian, a 6-foot-4, 200-
phys-ed majors. to an unsuspecting student who forced two fly outs to end the threat. pound guard from Chattahooche High.
The one-credit hour course is Majors picks from the front row to Turner came one inning away from He was a first team Class All-State
not something Majors takes be his personal blocking dummy. throwing a- complete game hut came selection this season. He averaged 23
to belief ;; bruised Cosby points, 16 rebounds and four assists a
lightly. Contrary popular Majors shuffles the student in the ninth i with a ankle
it is not for Vols game. Kruger: "Carlos is a rugged com-
a crip course around into several caused by a comeback hit from Mario Linares.
..... football There positions petitor who can play both inside and outside. We're
players. are only
center,guard and tackle.The class Rick Britton went 3-for-4 at the plate to pace the "
he has
three players enrolled in the 30-( Gators. Starter Cord Corbitt lasted six pleased joined our program.
laughs as the "young man" good- ((3-4)) inningsand

student class.It heartedly bears the brunt ofMajors' took the loss. At Knoxville, Tenn., the UF men's tennis team
is 11:15: a.m.on a Friday morn- slow-motion blocks, tack- Penn financial closed the with No. 11
Relays get help regular season a 5-1 loss to
walks
ing and Majors briskly into
the classroom. He is prompt and les and forearms.By PHILADELPHIA-The prestigious Penn Relays, Louisiana State. UF ((17-8 overall, 4-5 in the South-

attired in a suit and tie. now, 30 minutes into the which begin today and each year draw some of the eastern Conference) will face LSU ((12-7, fr-3)) in the
nation's best and school first round of the SEC Tournament Friday.
college high track and field
t.. His only equipment is a folder 50-minute() class, Majors has bro-
full of overlays for an overhead ken into a sweat He has turned athletes, has found help for its financial woes.

I projector, pen and his eye-, the classroom into a practice field., The event ran into problems this year when two Compiled from Alligator staff and win reports.I


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usalwra THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1990 tie independent Florida Student congressional hopeful faces full ballot By BLAKE FONTENAY Alligator Writer For LaMonte White, the part-time UF student who's planning to run for Congress, there's good and bad news. The bad news: If White qualifies to run for the Sixth Congressional District seat, he's likely to face at least one -possibly three-opponents in a Democratic primary. The good news: Because of a glitch in federal election laws,Whiteand his potential opponents may have an extra month to qualify for the Sept. 4 primary. White, a student at UF and Santa Fe Community College since 1986, decided to run for the seat after he read in a local newspaper that no one had emerged to challenge the incumbent, Republican Clifford Stearns. Since then, candidates have emerged. Gainesville attorney Paul Rothstein prefiled to run for the office last week, And Arthur Johnson, another Gainesville attorney, said Wednesday that he is Tastrongly leaning toward' entering the race. Tavares attorney Joan Wollin plans to announce whether she will run this week. Also, Ircanto resident larry Gallagher has pre-filed to run against Stearns in the Republican primary While, a 25-year-old international affairs and history major, said he's not discouraged by the prospect of a a onte crowded ballot IThe more, the mercided to rI rier," White said "It doesn't bother me." seat when But all of the hopefuls emerged t for the seat still must qualify, either by paying lenge the a $5,370 fee or by collect. bent, Rep ing 6,126 signatures from Democrats who are Clifford St registered to vote in the district The district, which has more than 200,008 registered Democrats, includes Alachua, Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Sumter and parts of Pasco and Putnam counties. White is trying to get the signatures and said Wednesday that he had collected between 200 and 300 "Actually, in comparison with what I need. I haven't gotten very far,' next week, I expect for it be 90 percent complete dismal" White deun for the no one o Chalncumublican earnrs. apparently White said By (the petition) to Right now. i's Ehe qualifying deadline for theprmaries may or may not be fast .if proaching, depending onr how one interprets the law Last year, Congress moved the qualifying dates for fall primaries from June to May This year, that means candid. dates must complete all qualifying paperwork before May 11 However, lawmakers forgot to revise the deadline dates for submitting qualifying petitions, said Connie Evans, election records supervisor in the secretary of state's office That oversight might be a loophole that would allow candidates to submit petitions until June 4, Evans said However, election officials in Tallahassee plan to follow the intent of the law -which was to have qualifying deadlines in May. Evans said "rhe diision (of elections) has taken the stance that the pe'itons must be in by May 4.' Evans said "If someone contests it, we may lose because it's in the statutes for June I Anybody who wanted to could challenge it Election officials want the petitions to be Nubmitted by May 4 so all of the signatures can be certified by May 11, Evans said. Like White. Johnson siaid he first thought about running after reading that no one had challenged Stearns for the seat Johnson. who plans to pay the fee if he runs, said he might still be the only Democratic candidate if Whiteand Rothstein don't collect enough signatures. I think it's going to be difficult for them to get on the ballot by the petition method," lohnson siid Rothstein did not return repeated phone calls to his office this week. Wollin was returning from a trp to Washington and could not be reached for comment All-night studying areas open for finals By CHERYL WEIS Alligator Writer Carleton Auditorium and the Marston Science Library will be open all night during finals week to provide students with a place to study after most campus librarits close. Academic Cabinet Director Evan Charles said Carleton Auditorium will be open to all students from 10 p.m to 7 am starting Friday and lasting until May 4 Brad Curry, reservesupervisor at the Marston Science library, said the library will be open until 3 am today Starting Friday, it will remain open 24 hours a day, lasting until May 4. Student Government, who reserved the auditorium, spent about $600 to publicize the event, posting flyers in dormitories and other buildingsat UFand placing advertisements in local media 'We all think it is a great idea to keep the library open," Student Body Vice President Kevin Mayeux said. Ihis will provide extra space for students to study in, and a secure atmosphere. LITOS "LaSt yea, about 700 people studied at Carleton for exams," Forget about finals, get a massage. APPLAUSE Swim coach Randy Reese resigns.16 N f .C .-1 VOLUME 83, NUMBER 149 I 1379L Ug buShme me touble urF sophomore Dan Ha, 19, uses the "Bubble Thlin5 to Make huge bubbles near Thomas Hall Wednesday.

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IALLIGATOR, THt IRSIAY. A'Ril 2h. lop WHAT'S HAPPENING Roll OverBeethoven: A recital for a master's degree in mu si will be held today at I in Music Building Room :20 call 335-9456 Octopus' Garden: The S uba liib will meet tonight at 6 in the Florida Gym Pool Classroom to plan the Mexico trip Call David Green, 335-4313 She's a Woman: Philosophy professor Ofelia Schutte will discuss Feminism and Art in the Age of Avant Garde tonight at 8 at the Ar titorium Call 335-97%9 The Word: UF President John Lombardi will speak before the Hispanic Student Association meet ing tonight at 6 45 in Reitz Union Room 349 Call 375-7598 A Day In the Lie: The Graduate Student Council will meet tonight at 6 30 in McCarty Auditorium Call 373-7972 While My Guitar Gently Weep.: Local artists include Ing Marty STUDY from page 1 Mayeux said, "Illis year, because it's been better publicized, I think about 900 students will study there." Together, the library and auditorurm will give students a choice of places to study. But UF sophomore Erik Lawson said he probably would avoid the auditorium "I probably won't use Carleton because it has too much open space and is too public," lawson said, "but I'm totally for having the lbrary open 24 hours Sthuman, Richard Bull. Rob Knox and rnice Klein will have an acous tic concert tonight at 930 at the Hardback Cafe (all 37761117 Come togetherThe Fine Arts College Council will meet Friday morning at 8 30 In the Fine Arts Building A Conference Room Call Cart. 3959795 I'm Looking Through You: The opening of Wade W Highlen and Jorge A J'erez's Exorriscws and Haplasms show is Saturday night at 8 at the Artitorim The show will fea. ture drawingsand photographs Call 335 -9796. And Your Bird Can Sing: The Alachua County Bird-a-thon began Sunday and will include activities throughout the week Volunteers will bird-watch throughout the county Call Kathy Haines, 372-8942 Old Brown Shoe : The American Bar Association Law Student Division's Clothing Drive for the -Libraries are better because they seem to have a more studylike atmosphere, and they also have places where you can study by yourself," he said. UF sophomore Stephanie Bearden, who normally studies all night before taking final exams, said she appreciates the change of scenery Carleton will offer. "I would probably use Carleton because I would have already been at the library so long," Bearden said In the past, only the 2nd and 3rd floors of Marston Science library wereopen 24 hours during exams, homeless and needy coltiues unld May I l)rop off nothing and small household goods at Law School Room 141 Call 392-8835 All Together Now: The Retz Union Program CouncilsArts Conmittee needs people to paint murals in third floor meeting rooms. call 392-1655 It I Needed Someone: The Alachua County Crisis Center iy looking for new Crisis Lne Coun selors. Fifty hours of training in suicide and crisis intervention is provided Call 372-3659 Help: Volunteers are needed for the Florida Special Olympics May 18-20 Call the Special Olympics Volunteer Hotline, 374-0814. With a Little Help From My Friend.: The student group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Thursday night at 8 30 in Reitz Union Room 357 Call Pat at 3351796. but this semester all floors will be open if needed, Curry said The Student Nighttime Auil cary Patrol will be at Carleton Au ditoriumn and Marston, Science Library from 130 a.m. to 6 a.m. until May 4. Dispatcherlill Gaston said walking escorts would be available at both locations "'Ihe van will be used only if it's really needed," Gaston said "There will be someone from here at both places unless only a few people study at Carleton -then there will only be someone at CSE (Marston)" SICK OF IT ALL7?1 Find a new job, boise, dog, car, typust, bicyce, cat, roomngate in the clafieds volume 83 ISSN 0889-2423 number 149 thse Independent florid.s Not oniciiy a.,oid aalli to r ydy or Fnda Pubdiahed t Cerpu' Comu'nkurkcns, Inc .o Gamneavilie, Ft. Edto Luy ea At OlmsEor KwhywRohamoun Nm. ,Io., An&Ace. SenskE o Coo Ci l Am faVri." 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THURSDAY, M'Mi ifi, 'NO, AULGATOR.3 Judge denies Rowe appeal Defense told their case was not biased by prosecutor By DUANE MARSTELLER Alligator Staff Writer A circuit judge Wednesday denied two defense motions that sought to give 14-year-old David Rowe a new trial, but one of his attorneys said he will appeal the youth's conviction Circuit Judge Eizie Sanders turned down two motions by defense lawyer Robert Rush Wednesday -one that wanted Sanders to overturn the jury's March 16 guilty verdict, and the other that sought a new trial. Rush said Chief Assistant State Attorney John Carlm prejudiced the jury by criticizing the insanity defenseviolatinga 1988Flonda Supreme Court decision. Rowe was found guilty of attempted first-degree murder and armed burglary in the April 1989 stabbing of UF student Stacy LaRocca. If Sanders had granted both motions, Rowe would have received a new trial. Instead, he is still being held in the Alachua County Juvenile Detention Center awaiting his May18 sentencing. Rush said he was disappointed with Sanders' denials, but expected it 'Well. I'm sad that he denied them both." Rush said "But then again, (Sanders) had listened to these issues before, so I can't say Lm not sur pnsed We did have some strong Issues -the confession of a 13-year-old boy and the improper comments made by the prosecutor in his closing arguments." In his 12-page motion for a new trial filed Monday, Rush charged that Carlin prejudiced the jury by criticizing the fields of psychology and psychiatry and by criticizing Rowe's insanity defense. Rush also said Carlin led the jury to believe the knife used in the attack had been found, but it was never introduced as evidence Sanders didn't agree, and Carlin said he was sure the judge would not grant a new trial "I am pleased that the judge ruled that my arguments were fair and proper." Carlin said. "It is the dutyofthedefense counsel to raisewhatever issuestheycouldfindbutIdon'tthinktheirssues were valid Rush said he will file an appeal with the 1st DistnctCourtofAppeals inTallahasseeafter Rowe is sentenced as an adult, but he hopes Rowe receives mental health counseling as part of his sentence. Law group chooses president leader seeks By MONICA HAMILTON Alligator Writer The first black president of the UF College of Law's John Marshall Bar Association hopes to increase student-faculty interaction at the law school and encourage hiring practices that would make the faculty more diverse. "Most faculty members are standoffish from the students because there's a big generation gap between the students and faculty," said firstyear law student Jerry Hamilton, who officially became president of the organization Friday. "I would also like to see a more integrated campus -because with Hamilton diversity comes a mind set different from the old-boy system that pervades the law school today," Hamilton said. Although two student JMBA representatives sit on the law school's hiring committee, they aren't allowed to vote. Hamilton mid students must have a direct impact on whom the school hires. The law school faculty must include more versity, improved relations women, blacks, Hispanics and representatives of other minority groups, he said. "Jerry (Hamilton) would like to see JMBA become more involved in the actual politics of the law school and other serious issues that are facing the law students" said law school assistant dean Raheem Reed Reed said he isn't surprised students elected Hamilton as president. "He is a very mature and well-respected student in the law school community and has been involved in number of different projects his first year." Reed said Born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1967, Hamilton moved to the United States in 1982 with his brother and mother His father remained in Jamaica, where he practices law After graduating from the University of Miami with a finance degree in 1989, Hamilton entered UP's law school. He hopes to remain in the United States, practicing corporate law ard eventually entering politics, he said. see BatsItn, page 5 Slip siadin' away Seven-year-old Anthea Meier plays on the slide at Maguire Village Tuesday afternoon. Future lab site may not be property of museum By RONALD DUPONT JR. Aligator Writer A shocked and alarmed Florida Museum of Natural History official learned Wednesday the museum may not have the building rights to the land where it plans to construct a laboratory. If true, the museum could lose thousands of dollars In private funding and would have to scrap long-standing plans for rearranging the interior of the building, said Graig Shank, the museum's associate director. lhis I. absolutely novel to me," Shaak said Wednesday,obviouslyupset ater leaning the news at a Campus Planning ably meeting. Shank bad scheduled to move a human identification laboratory this fall from the museum toa planned building near Maguire Field, at the corner of BledSoe Drive and Radio Road. Designed to identify badly decomposed or mutilated bodies, the lab will cost about $50,000 and has partially been paid for through private donations -some of which must be used by a certain time. During Wednesday's learned that the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences may have been promised the land near Maguire Field. If so, the museum would not be able to build there and would lose some of the private donations. Further, without the relocation of the labor.tory, the museum would haveto scrapits plans for easing Its *extremely overcrowded" conditions, meeting, Shaak overwho should get the land -the museum or WAS -"remains unresolved." That letter left planning committee memThe human identification laboratory is a service to help Florida's 24 medical examiners identify bodies or skeletons. Shaak said. He was told of the possible land-use confict during the planning meeting when a letter written last year by former Interim UF President Robert Briyan was read. The letter, addressed to Vice President of Agricultural Affairs Gerald Zachariah, said the decision hers confused. They suggested the issue be brought before them again when Shaak had determined who gets to build on the land. But Shaak protested "We have not alternate site,' he said. It would be very detrimental to this project if we had to wait a month for this group to meet again." After hearing Shaak's comments, committee members agreed to allow the building's construction. but only if Shaak met with WAS officials and solved the land-use conflict. Zachariah could not be reached for comment. The laboratory is now housed in the museum's anthropology section, causing crowding problems that museum officials have been wanting to correct for months, Shaak said The laboratory -named the C.A Pound Human Identification Laboratory after a local community leader who worked with the museum -is provided as a service to Florida's 24 medical examiners when they need help identifying bodies or skeletons, said Dr. William Maples, the curator in charge of the lab. He said the lab is used for bodies that are particularly hard to identify, such as pieces of skeletons found in the woods or bodies that have been in the water for an extended time. Last year, the lab examined more than 90 bodies. wThe new building will allow us to have more space to work more efficiently," pies said. 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.ALIJGAIOR, RURSDAY, APIld. 26, I) ELSEWHERE Chamorro takes power in Nicaragua MANAGUA, Nicaragua (tP) -Violeta Chamorro, The ceremonies were attended by Vice President the U S.-backed candidate who surprised the world Dan Quayle and 11 heads of state, including all the with her election victory over President Damel Ortega Central American presidents. two months ago, assumed the Nicaraguan presidency Hours before she was to be inaugurated, a conWednesday, ending more than a decade of leftist troversy over who would be the next chief of staff of Sandinista role the army created divisions with Chamorro's UINO Chamorro was given the oath of office by newly coalition elected National Assembly President Miriam ArguelNewly named Agriculture Minister Jaime Cuadra lo, and Ortega then removed the blue and white and Construction Minister Gilberto Cuadra anpresidential sash from himself and placed it over nounced they would not acceptIheirposts ifSandmista Chamorro Defense Minister Humber to Ortega, brother of Daniel Earher, Chamorro, dressed in a white suit and Ortega, remains as head of the largely Sandinista supported by crutches she uses because of a broken armed forces knee, arrived for the inaugural ceremonies at a On Tuesday, the Political Council of the 14-party crowded outdoor stadium in a white pickup truck. UNOcoalition alsosaid it wasunacceptablefor Ortega Supporters greeted her with chants of "UNO, UNO," to remain as chief of staff. Reliable political sources the Spanish acronymof her NationalOpposition Union told UPI Wednesday that Chamorro had apparently coalition agreed to keepHumberto Ortega as army chief of staff She was welcomed by Ortega. who had entered the while naming a new defense minister stadium earlier to loud applause and the waving ofred White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater and black flags, the colors of his Sandinista National reacted to reports of Chamorro's decision to retain Liberation Front. Ortega, dressed in black jeans and Ortega, saying, That's a decision that she has every a red shit, had a blue and white banner draped across right to make." his chest -the colors of the Nicaraguan flag and the Chamorro has fought the Sandinistas for most of banner of Chamorro's UNO coalition the past decade and has used her late husband's As Chamorro arrived in the stadium before the start newspaper, La Prensa, as a mouthpiece for that of the ceremonies, the two leaden embraced, Roman criticism Her husband, a leading critic of the Somoza Catholic Cardinal Miguel Obando y Bravo led aprayer regime, was assassinated in 1978, and his death helped to begin the ceremonies at 10'50 a.m (12-50 p m. spark the Sandinista revolution that brought Ortega EDT) to power. Discovery astronauts launch telescope CAPE CANAVERAL (UPI) -The Discovery of you" astronauts launched the $1.5 billion Hubble Space Astronauts Kathryn Sullivan and Bruce McTelescope Wednesday afterlast-ditch commandsfrom Candless,wearing bulky white spacesuits, were inside Earth freed a stuck solar panel, narrowly averting an Discovery's airlock at the time of the deployment, emergency spacewalk. poised for an emergency spacewalk to free a stuck Astronaut Steven Hawley, operating Discovery's solar panel on the telescope if so ordered fragile 50-foot robot arm, released the 12-ton space telescope into a record 381-mile-high orbit at 3.38 p.m .But engineers at the Goddard Space Flight Center EDT, kicking off a 15-year quest to wrest the secrets in Greenbelt, Md., decided to radio a third and final of creation from the depths of space and time. set of commands to the telescope that succeeded in "The telescope really looked great as we flew away getting the second of two European-built solar panels from it and we all were remarking about we sure hope unfurled and in operation after a tense period of it does good work," shuttle skipper Loren Shnver told troubleshooting. elated ground controllers. A few minutes later, the 12-ton space telescope, the "Well it sure is now, Loren," replied astronaut Story most expensive satellite ever built, was released into Musgrave from mission control in Houston. "Thanks space, about an hour and 40 minutes later than for all the great work you've done. Galileo is realproud originally planned. Rioting prisoners surrender in England LONDON (UP -The last five holdout Strancials said. geways Prison inmates surrendered Wednesday, enThe remaining five prisoners then fled to the roof ding a 25-day takeover of the prison nine hours after and, until evening, resisted appeals that they sura raiding party cornered (hem on the roof without food render. and water. Taylor strutted around the roof of the chapel with The Home Office, which oversees the nation's 125 three collaborators, hurling taunts and tiles at officers penal institutions, opted to use force to end Britain's and gesturing to television cameras. The four seemed longest prison siege after lengthy negotiations failed, oblivious of the more than 100-foot plunge to the The uprising at the prison in Manchester, 200 miles ground. northwest of london, erupted April 1 as a protest A fifth prisoner sat on the highest accessible point against overcrowding and squalid conditions, It inon the prison's central rotunda, from which its wings spired disturbances in 11 other facilities across emanate.throwingslatesandarguingwithauthorities. Britain, leaving scores of inmates and guards injured Officers inched forward and gradually reduced the and one prisoner dead. arenacontrolled by the prisoners,who wereconstantly After their surrender Wednesday evening, the five blasted with jets of water. prisoners, one by one, boarded a hoist on the chapel One inmate had a facial cut, and shouted out to coof. reporters the wound had been inflicted when he tried The inmates' self-declared leader, Paul Taylor, was to surrender. the last to enter the platform, and the five laughed and The Inmates on Theaday ignited fires to try to waved as they were lowered to the ground, where they block advancing officers, gutting one wing and adding were escorted away by waiting officers. to damage to the prison already estimated to exceed The prisoners' decision to surrender at 6:20 pin. $164 million. came alter about 150 riot police nine hours earlier Official, said preliminary searches had found no broke through barricades erected by the prisoners to bodies. 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IHURSDAY.APRIL 26. I9.AUATOR 5 HAMILTON firom page 3 "My parents are true believers in hard work." he said "They instilled in me at an early age that I would have to work twice as hard to be successful in life.Becoming president of JMBA was especially meaningful because blacks weren't even admitted to the law school until about 25 years ago, Hamilton said. Changing students' perception of JMBA will be one of his priorities, he said. Too many students view it as a social organization -instead of one that addresses student's concerns, Hamilton said. Player's Sports Club presents Nickel Beer IOes sw 1311 at -oo ~~i VRD c ttvo ROO 101; 10 1 \s Md Beotid Speedway Drive-Thru Highway 441 Alaehua 462-4810 New building to be named after Criser By AJDY A. PLUNKETT Alligator Staff Wrter Next year's freshmen may not know who Marshall Cnser is, but state legislators are ensuring students will learn the former UF presidents name by putting it on the new student services building. Former Student Body President Ed Scales said he suggested the building be named after Criser because, although administrators had planned the center for years, the money to build it came to UFi while Criser was president. French Addiction Lingerie Boutique SI W. our. Ave 37S.%28 If you're going to the Springs. Fresh seafood Reasonable prices Alfresco or take out 4:4 4. * *i* **I* ** ***** *** * * ****** O 1991 MISS FLORIDA USA r PAGEANT STATEWIDE TELECAST NO PERFORMING TALENT Hass your chance ts rnpra t Fcuda in tlb 1,,. USA ah.not c CBTV 71s. Florkla Pasant Is on, with the st. final. .Wt for thas July 31-Aug. 4 In South Florld. i you am mgl, ged 1 thi 26 O of Fle. 1St1, you MAY qw@ly Fm FREE .itryf *n Uon. nd ne, addras, agp and phone to MMi Fl, ld.US 444 Mrickll a, Sues 51-213, MaoS, FL 33131 or cal TOLL FREE 1-00-BEAUTYS. SUN*1 winner wlflrncetv. 20.000 In p.and .w w*d. includes: fresh deli mats, choice of bread, salads & soups wilbeerlg and one hot Specialty item each day $4.95 d~nnrSoup $3o9& Salad 4 $1.00 OFF COUPONS ll:0am-2O0pw U Mydarpday i nskde Holkday hut m Ufkivezsity Center a C C o l3thStreet fi University Avenue a Uaoaunasa'uuunnnuR The building will consolidate services that are now spread across campus, and will house a counseling center, financial aid offices, the Registrar's office and the Student Services office Construction should be done by December. "He brought emnphasis to undergraduate education and put the student back in the picture," Scales said. Criser left UF in March l989 after a live-year term During ht lime, he deal with many of UF's problems mid pluses, including the 1984 NCAA violations that led to a two-year probation in the football program and UIF's ad mittance into the Association of American Universities, a prestigious organi. zation that includes Duke and Princeton. 12th Annual Health Center Run Saturday April 28th 10KM and 2mt Races $9.00 Day of the race Register before 9 a.m. Start Time Starts behind Shands Hospital For more ino call 375-2898 Let Express Postal Centers take the hassle out of hauling your belongings home this summer. We carry a complete line of packaging materials and we will pack for you. We ship via UPS -USPS. In Addition We Offer Fax -Mail Box Rentals -Copies -Mail Forwardingo Money Orders -Laminating -Notary -Keys Made Passport Photos -Western Union EXPRESS POSTAL CENTERS Beginning April 30, Summer infirmary hours will be: Monday -Friday 8:00 -4:30 State reprewenatives Tuesday unanimously approved the bill that will add Criser's name to the building UF Govern mental Relations Vice President A] Alsobrook said a similar bill should go before the Senate next week When both bills are passed, they will go to the governor for approval. All seven presidents before Criseir have buildings named after them, including the Reitz Union, the O'Connell Center and Tigert Hall Cdser Sitsk eurnished/0nathrnished We're 'New & Improlvedl convenient O UW. Shands. Shopping Diin Basketball rels welcome I or 2 Bedroom Tonvnhouisis Fully Herovated for rail Landmark I I I I Sill 16 h Ave Ol BEFORE YOU PUSH THE THE CRISIS CENTER 37A-4444 ..F.iI, rw .-. 9-6 Sat 9-12 BUTLER PLAZA 3232 SW 35th Place 335-6245 MILLHOPPER AREA 4300 NW 23rd Ave. 376-800S Regular hours will resume on August 20th STilDENT HEALTH SERVICE ATTENTION STUDENTS r

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Al IU~it)R. 11ATISDAY, APRIl 26, 1%9o OPINIONS Listen If people want to watch something happen without interacting, they watch TV. If they want to be heard, they can go to the place best suited to air their views, speak and be heard. Tuesday afternoon, the Alachua County Commission must have thought they were behind the boob-tube because they were not listening to almost 50 citizens concerned about the construction of the Hunt Club development near Paynes Praire State Preserve. Commissioners Tuesday refused to appeal a 1st District Court of Appeals ruling that said the county could not keep developers from clearing trees at the 45-acre Hunt Club residential development south of Gainesville. Despite outbursts and a strong showing from local environmentalists, Commissioner Penny Wheat's suggestion to appeal the order went without being seconded by the four other members. It was aggravating and embarrassing to watch those commissioners -Leveda Brown, George Dekle, Kate Barnes and Tom Coward -sit there, afraid to second Wheat's motion simply for the sake of discussion. A county commission meeting should be there for the public to watch officials discuss, participate and vote on issues important to the community. Tuesday's meeting did not do that. Citizens have a very legitimate right to speak to their commissioners and hope the legislative body listens and takes action. They shouldn't be shushed by a patronizing chairwoman like Barnes when showing their disapproval to the commission's lack of action. When one out-spoken woman, UF professor Willa Drummond, inspired the audience to a standing ovation, Barnes tried to adjourn the meeting, then moved on to the next order of business to avoid confrontation. Later, during the citizen's comments part of the meeting, Barnes warned the audience to "orderly comment" when they spoke and even asked a sheriff's deputy to stand near the podium in case a speaker got out of control. Citizens shouldn't have to climb up in trees and protest at the Hunt Club site in order to be heard. After the token treatment concerned citizens received Tuesday, one has to question whether commissioners actually heard their comments. Local environmentalists have been concerned enough to speak out and protest this issue for the past year and a half and look like they will continue to fight. It seems obvious that the commission should listen to its constituents now and talk about alternatives until all legal options run out Elected officials must care enough to hear, discuss and represent the people who sign their paychecks; otherwise they aren't doing their job. And in the world of politics, those not doing their job always can be replaced. algator Editor Lucy Chabot Manag Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Eitor Tonya Sutton Lettes Paes W.e d .Usd s r sned The r non kUKA America's most painful memories Well, I've finally seen enough issues of that home video show to realize how demented and obscure Americans are So while I'm waiting for the Get-hitin-the-groin-area-by-an-object-moving-at-Mach 3speed hour-long special, I thought I'd share some of my childhood crack-ups that will probably satiate everyone's need to see people in pain. I'm about 6 years old, pushing a Tonka tractor along my driveway -really fast Everything's fine until the truck starts going faster than me, causing my face to get closer and closer to the pavement. In no time, my face is scraping across the pebble-ridden blacktop. Pain ensues. .Same time period, about 7, and I have a lollipop with a stick. For some reason, I decide I no longer want the stick on the lollipop So I go into Mom's sewing room and get out a pair of really sharp sewing scissors. Bad decision No. 1. lhet, with the lollipop still in my mouth, I proceed to cut off the stick. Bad decision No. 2. You se in the process of cutting the stick, I also, manage to cut a hole in the side of my cheek Pain ensues. Able to stick a small part of my tongue through this hole, I decide a trip to rom or dad was appropriate. Mom's on the phone. "Go tell your dad," she says, whichelicitsaresponse from dad Oyingonthe couch), "Go tell your mom, rm busy." So my options ar limited. I choose door number 3Put a Band-Aid on it. Relating the story to my doctor a few days later, some of the facts changed slightly. "I slipped on a piece of laundry and cut my cheek on the corner of the bed frame." He believed me, or at least tha', what I thought at the time I'm about 13 years old, riding my fuliy-mnwed -fom -mu -S flfLet professor mail law school letters Edthr: This letter is written in the hopes that It will save future law students from the trials and tribulations of dealing with the hopelessly inept Office of Pre-pmfesional Education. Nearly all of the eleven law schools that I applied to this year required two letters of recommen. dation as part of the application press. After asking two of my fProfe.rs to write a letter on my behalf, I decided to save them fromnthe bfessofflliug ot DIPSOMANIAC out BMX bicycle down my street. As I look at the front wheel of my bike, I see a long piece of grass stock in the spokes of the front wheel. (Yes, I did ) So. after bringing the bike to an abrupt stop by wedging my arm firmly in between the tire and front fork and flipping over the handlebars, an overweight neighbor sitting on her front steps asks, "Are you OK?" Pain ensues. N Irs mid-January in New Jersey and I'm playing goalkeeper in a kid-league soccer game. It's cold, which means the ball is as hard a a rock. A really big kid on the other team (he's married with two kids of his own) gets the ball on a breakaway, leaving only me between him and the goal. He kicks the ball very hard and I stop the ball Well, my groin stops the ball Adult men on the sidelines wince. I experience that split second of anxious waiting before the pin hits, ort of like the moment before you get sick knowing full well that there's no chance in hell of reaching the bathroom i time. Pain ensues. I could go on, but I save mon pain and suffenng for another episode. Besides, that home video show is coming on the TV now. It's time to watch other people suffer. Grog Sait. is a was ddbrkfr The Alligator and many fhiwn &ar is a jtMs ey.stAk i kh thinking is rnnedom ality and ilql. eleven different reconmmendultion forms. Instead ofhaving them mail eleven ''iddul etters, i ct o utWz the smce prvded by Sonia Wright and the OfE. I carefully followed the "Directions for Transmjsion of lAtters. and on approximately February 14, I authorized the release of the letter. Since that date the letters have been sent on four different occa. sons By some strange fate, not one of the 44 letters has turned up at a law school. At first I figured it was just a curious coincidence. Sonia agreed. She reassured me that the schools were six weeks behind In their ffng. So the letters went out again. And when called the ad missions offloceiaweek later, they still hadn't been recvd So, now as I write this on April 20, the letters are supposedly en not. via cerdfied al to admi* sims oflices all over the country Hem am two points of advice to future law students. First, apply early and aSde your ApplicAtiOO early. Seensi, don't use the OPE for anybdag. If they can't mad letters, then they aren't capable of ppineply advising students either isisiis Nahillnd 41 A -'I -A" L Lowazo.pt (L -ftt

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rHIUSDAY. APRIL 26, 1990, ALIiATR. 7 'I Orange & Brew remodeling draws mixed reactions By PATRICIA LEE Alhigator Writer Several clubs and interest groups that meet at the Orange& Brew will be displaced when UF's only drinking establishment closes for renovations next week The Orange & Brew, which will be closed for the entire summer. has long been a favorite of campus organizations that meet for weekly "happy hours" or informal sessions.Though many welcome the improve ments, some say they hope the Orange & Brew doesn't lose its character which drew them there in the first place 'We're looking forward to something new and better, but we hope the atmosphere won't change." said Matthew Bald, president of the Transfer Activities Council, one of the groups that meets at the Orange & Brew each week "I just hope they don't turn it into another cafeteria," said psychology sophomore Bill Giannaris. who has worked at the Orange & Brew for one year. "People like it precisely because it's different," he said. 'Me Orange & Brew, which hosts special events like Talent Night, Open Mike Night and concerts, is the gathering place for TRAC, Falling Gators Skydiving Club. the Surf Club, the Graduate Student Council, the French and German clubs, some iraternities and other groups. "I can't even begin to name all the groups that get together here," Giannaris said "here are so nany regulars here. so there must be something about the atmosphere that makes them want to come back Fnday afternoons are the busiest for the Orange & Brew -partly because that's when many clubs meet, Giannaris said But no one seems to mind the long lines. waiting and overcrowding, he said People can come in and have a good ime.'Giannars said "It's pretty laid-back and friendly place, ike a pub And it's the only place on campus to get beer Although the Orange & Brew temporarily will be displaced, regulars and employees say they look forward to increased seating, a restructured service line and a more varied menu starting in the fall In the meantime, members of several clubs that will continue meeting during the summer say they will move to popular offcampus locations like Joe's Deli and Farahson-the-Avenue AOT CONGRATULATES OUR GRADUATING SENIORS! Laura Adamson Kristin Fogler Nancy Myers Joan Allen Jennifer Fucio Christine Rewiski Christy Andreu Lynne Herman Barbara Rose > Sabdy Barbnaga Stephante Levy Susann Sachs o Michelle Beckner Joy Lindsey Sue Walraven Donna DeFelice Jill McCallion Lisa Westerfield Michelle Mihalick AMl Aon AOrT AOn AO1 Aon Aon Ar AO AMn AOr AOf AO The V unteers for International Student Affairs would like to congratulate: Our Volunteers of the Year ADA LAI NELSON MIRANDA DIEGO MONTES 4urdd by S.GI CITY OF GAINESVILLE SURPLUS VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT 9 AM SATURDAY -MAY 5 405 NW. 39TH AVE -GAINESVILLE -CARS -(0'S) BICYCLES -PICKUPS OFFICE EUPIMENT VANS OFFICE FURNITURE 'TRUCKS -JEWELRY ,BACKHOES -TOOLS ,TRENCHERS -TYPEWRITERS MOWERS .COMPUTERS " LE RADIOS CAMERAS There am ftwous pands ofsupus1111 flrMed Rmn In this auction -we will run 2 auc*irs at the same thme when sog vehicles and heavy eqWutImt TERMS: Cah or duck with bark ioter gnuartee. PREVEW: May 4 -9 AM4 PM& MAY 5 -8 AM4. AM L1 Save 5Ov on color processing & 4z6 prints Each picture is the best it can be or we reprint it free. nowl 4I4 Color prints 1 t' 60off 25%off |i -a r owe-bo prim am o.n -ONan .-.um. &M M -Ruby Tufyl entrince *L -~'-= Alachua Co. OWNERS SALE 5 Acres -$14.900 15 min. from Gainesville, mall. University and hospitals Near springs & rivers, easy drive to Gulf Beautiful property on paved road in NO. FLA. growth area This won't last. Great terms Call Nowi Patten Corp. 800-888-4606. Ext 842 from 8 30 to 8.30 ,M] MlEnS SERVICE CENTER Oil and Filter 611m I Minor Tune Ups 4-cylinder 524.16 I 6-cylinder 528.74 I nome nodet slightly more ) WE NOW SELL TIRES ibI 3411 N. Main -ia L.a. U Superior pEWT-A-CAR 372-7277 Rent a car from $69f LatRates Guaranteed FREE PICK-lln W*an ftlo o AbulhW. OffrssivseneichToem t.Sall. iStie P al S ST PETE BECI 3NOSS wnala K s MEE 30-M44 ST. PETER. AIRPORT 530.1426 (ifs T41m*1 FT tMtERS. 7m-2u Nallan Fi I (i W0 cQa iTi1 F. ()M WMl 9;*

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board requires students to complete 500 class hours before taking the licensing exam C lasses meet from 8 a mn to 2 p m daily, and more than 50 students are currently enrolled, representing many different age groups One time block focuseson massage instruction, demonstration and supervised practice The other alternates lessons in anatomy, physiology and kinesiology, the study of human muscular movement The course emphasizes communication, awareness and psychodynamics Students must know themselves as well as the human body 'Basically, to be in the business of touching people, you have to be in touch with yourself, said Nancy Matthews, the massage school admistrator "It is essential as a therapist to be able to communicate and be present with someone Bice said her entire way of thinking changed the first three weeks of school Focusing on communication helped her become more aware and less judgmental of other people "They teach us about how to think 0 & Debbie ice worked as a florist at a high-stress job for 12 years before she real/ed that was not what she wanted to do for the rest of her life After a year and a half of deliberations over finances and her responsibilities to her three kids, 34-year-old Bice decided to sell her home in DadeCity, moveto Gainesville and enroll in the Florida School of Massage Bice has attended the school since January and says her life has changed dramatically 'I would hate to think about myself going through life without experiernog this or going through this school," Bice said Before enrolling at the school on Southwest '3th Street, BI week course in massage Community College Then an established massage town, Anne Campbell In floral work, Campbeil did on Rike When Bixe com pletes iOUrso and receives her [rom the massage school, the state board exam to senscd massage therapist cc took a 7at Santa Fe she spoke to therapist in exchange for "body work" the 6-month certification she can take become a hRev Keller also made a major life transition to attend the massage school Ktllcr had been working is a waiter in Mame for the past three years when he talked to a woman who had graduated from the Florida School of Massage seven years earlier Forty-year-old Keller was looking for formal training in a field that did not require a master's degree -going to graduate school didn't appeal to him For more than a year, he contemplated the idea of attending massage school Finally, for reasons he's still unsure of, Keller moved from Maine to Gainesville and enrolled "I know it sounds sort of cosmic, but I didn't really decide I wanted tocome," Keller said "It was more like I was guided." Instead of standard psychological therapy. Keller wants to deliver an alternative form of therapy that involves the mind and the body He firmly believes in the therapeutic effects of massage "When you're working with people through massage, it provides the space for them to release their tensions," Keller said. The main study course offered at the Florida School of Massage is the therapeutic massage and hydrotherapy program. It is offered three times a year in two 1000-hour sessions in the fall and winter, as well as a 650-hour summerintensive class. The state licensing th about other people's feelings and not lust think about what we're feeling," Bice said "They don't tell youto dothis or not to do that -they invite you to do something, and you can't help but do what they say because they're so pleasant about it The massage school uses a holistic approach, presenting all the subjects as an integrated whole This method of teaching, although far narrower in its scope of information, is much different from a typical university classin which there is little or no interaction between the student and teacher, or among students themselves, Keller said Each student is required to perform 40 practice massages outside class as part of the curriculum Anyone can go to the massage school at 2 p in Monday through Thursday and sign up to receive a free massage from one ef the students staying after that day to finetune his or her skills Neither Keller nor Bice thought they would go back to school since they did not enjoy it the first time, but the massage school's emphasis on putting knowledge to practical use differs from thebodyandmind Carl Yates rests his face in a hole designed to make lying facedown more comfortable (above). Debbie Bice practices a new technique on fellow massage school student Roy Keller (right). S. .'-. ,***,**,~ ~ Wb*40SgcQvmN.RTaRY A hII 0 ir7Z s-,. .as 0 I p university classes Tests are given, but if a student fails, the test is taken again until the student knows the material Knowledge is the ultimate goal, not a good grade "This is the way I always thought school should be," Keller said. Up student Tim Hamilton took a specialized acupressure class one night a week for three weeks this semester Hamilton wanted a break from UF as well as knowledge about massage. "All the teachers make you feel at home (at the massage school)," Hamilton said. "I feel really good there. The whole place is like an alternative to UF -that whole bureaucratic atmosphere." The massage students pair up in class and practice technique on each other. Give-and-take between students is an important aspect of their schooling. "It enriches everyone's life tremendously," Matthews said "It's so wonderful to see everyone come together from different backgrounds Keller said that one of his biggest fears prior to enrolling in the school was wondering if he would like touching people In America's touch-deprived society, Keller believes people do not touch each other very much "I spent a lot of time dealing with the emotional part," Keller said, Bice has no problem with physical contact When she workson a body, the person becomes faceless "It's not a person, it's just a body part that you're working on," Rice said, "You lose your text as to whether it's a good-looking guy or a woman who isn't in the best physical shape. I don't think of it as male or female, and for me, all sexual things are put aside." Matthews believes it has taken along time for massage therapy to get away from the massage-parlor image In a society that has become more health oriented, people are more open to the benefits of touch, she said. For this reason, the market for therapists is just cracking open now. Jobs are opening for massage therapists in sports therapy, hospitals and chiropractic medicine, as well as other health-related fields. Bice considers herself lucky to be experiencing the school. "They make it fun. It's a learning experience versus a school that's just trying to fill me with education," Bice said. "Besides, what I'm going to be able to do when I get out makes It all worthwhile."

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OK, all you potential jean Dixons Last week, APPI AUSE wantedall you readers to predict your futures here at UF Judging from the responses Nostradamus have a thing about Robert, who years now, predicts he'll graduate by the end discouraged, Robert. Maybe by then you'll be Steve also had some less-than-cheery news. been a junior of the millennium Do a Hotline winner After leading a coup to UF, Steve says he'll be arrested and put in with Manuel Noriega, who'll chase him aro sacrificial chickens And because of all this, Toga X, and his girlfriend would run away Day. Well, Steve, either you're rotting in a And if he's right, he'll give free Gator Gro Growl's security director next fall. Kevin got a little carried away when he also predicted that he'll be this week's Hotline winner. That honor goes to Terri, who says, "My future doesn't look very bright Poor Terri can't park or drive on campus anymore because she got one too many tickets. She also missed the degree application deadline, so she has to wait all blasted summer for that piece of paper. Her predictions were even bleaker "If there's definitely a class I'm gonna fail, it's Performance and Production," she says. "You have to put in, like, a hundred hours in the shop. No can do. I'm gonna fail thatone." Well, wehopethatyour prize eases some of the pain. Thanks for all the Hotline calls this semester. This week, we'll let you concentrate on those nasty finals. Stay tuned more fun is just around the corner. d to say for psychic we got, OcSfn't worry s he's eight n't get too overthrow a jail cell und with he'd miss withOtis cell with r prediction was dead wrong. with a more optimistic frame of mind. s that he'll finally get into his college. wl tickets to everyone since he'll be Central (Mon) 1374Charlie's Sat, Tues, I City David Byrn 80021 Share D'Light (Fr ed) [371-80691 Dub's Mad Max ( Fhurs 1378-53591 Einstein A Go-Co Lava L Hetch Hetchy, roadt, Rai S tion ( Thurs) [lax 1 -246-407311 Gathering Lounge Crazy and the Range 1332-7500] Hardback Cafe Marty Schuman, Bruce Rob Klein Knox 4P The Arlitorium, 410 NW 13th St will feature 'Feminism and Art in the Age of Avant Garde," a presentation from UF philosophy professor Ofeia Schutte, at 8 p m tonight. Exorcms and Baptisms, a show of drawings by Wade Highlen and photographs by Jorge Pere/, will open with a reception at 8 p m Saturday The Fourth Annual Florida Trumpet Festival will run 9 30 a m to ; pm Saturday at the University Auditorium Armando Chitalla, a 27year veteran of the Boston Symphony, will close the festival with a free concert at S 15 p m For more info, call 392-0221 The Gainesville Choral Society will present itsannual sprngconcert 8 p m Saturday in the auditorium in Building E on the Santa Fe Community College campus They will perform selections from Bach, Copland, Mozart and others For more into, call 374-6048 Authors on Sundays, the writer's series at Goerings' Book Center, features poet and UF faculty member Michael Hofmann (K S in Lakeland: New and Selected Poems) 1 30 to 3 p m Sunday with an autographing party Marat-Sade opens 8:15 Tuesday at 19 SE 2nd Place. Admission is SI opening day for students with ID and all union members Otherwise, tickets are $4 during the week and $5 on weekends The Business Administration College Council WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS FOR MAKING SPRING FLING 1990 A GREAT SUCCESS! IA Le ftn NKO'S, Alley Katz, Holiday Inn West rs Get Physical, McDonald's, Subway Funded by SS. Your basic, quasi-fashion, funky, fun, crazy, zany, natural fiber sportswear and assorted goodies store for men and women. 1025 W University 336-7025 -J4 MNDS 'Kat APPLAUSE is the weekly entertainment supplement to The Independent Florida Alligator editors denisem a. reagn n staff, stene gillI1and Jerey helligar copy edition dan wine Noriega or you Kevin called First, he predict W5 0 f Richard Bull and more (rhur%), The Carpet Farmers with Victimn's Family (Fri), Hetch Hetchy with I iyi lava St), Milaous Mims Lillians Beat Street (hurs Sat) (reise the ( at (Fue) [172olI Market Street pub Watahmciers (Ihurs), Don Davi, Trio (Sat) 1377-29271 Metropolis Schroedinger's ( at (Fri), Inna Sense (Sat), Glass C Camels (Wed) tax 1-355-61101 Napolatono's Gary Cordon (Thur4), Bruce Kleine (Fri, Sat), Beat Street (Sun) Harv Fitier 0 (Wed) 1332-66711 Richenbacher'q Life on Mars (Thurs), Dem Bones (Fri, Sat), Department of Art and Music (Tues), Lightin Harpo (Wed) I37;e 53631 Rick's Cafe Good Ole Boys (Thurs), Inna Sense (Fri), I'NITY (Sat) 1378-38421

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Members Representing 16 Receive Teacher/Advisor Of The Year Icea tr'Advtsor of the Year Awards are p resented annually to U -tai ulty to encourage and reward excellence, innovation and effectiveness in teaching and advising Fifty-four awards of $2500 exch are being presented at today's University Senate meeting at 3 30 p m in McCarty Xuditonum From the 34 award winners, 12 University-wide Teacher/Advisor of the Year Awards also will be presented The University-wide award winners will be announced in tomorrow's special edition of University Digest The number of awards per college varies, based on instructional manyears and student credit hours The Teacher/Advisor of the Year program is coordinated by Academic Affairs Acting Associate We President Keith Legg The 54 Teachers/Advisor; of the Year ire Ii'ted below AGRICULTURE Asst professor of a ronomy and Advisor of the Year Kenneth Buhr came to UF in 19 O, Ph M S and B.S, Iowa State Daniel Canfield, professor of limnology, came to UF in 1979 as assi professor, Ph D and M S Iowa State, 8.5 Bates College Assoc professor of poultry science F. Ben Mathier has taught at UF since 1979, Ph D ,Univ. of California-Davis, M.S. and B S Colorado State ARCHIITECIURE/AUILDING CONSTRUCTION Assoc professor of landscape architecture Iester Linscoet came to UF in 1979 as asst professor, master's, Kansas State: B S ,Colurado State Robert Macheod, asst professor of architecture, has been at UF since 1987, master's, Harvard, bachelor's, UP. Asst prolessor of building construction PNul Oppenheiin came to UFimn [9$'9, Ph D., Univ of Maryland, master's and bachelor's, UP, Arhitetture protesstir George Scheffer has been teaching at UF since 9%$, masters and bachelor's, IF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION I cnomcsprofessor and executive director of UF's Public Utiita Research Center Sanford Berg carte to UF in 1971 as asst prmltssor, doctorate, Yale, bachelor's, Uruv of Washington. Roy Crum, protessur and finance department interim chairman, came to UF 3, bsst professor in 1974, Ph 0 M B A and B A ,Univ of TexasAustin Finance professor and business college assoc dean W. Andrew McColtough has taught at UF since 1971. Ph D) and bachelor's, UF Assoc professor of economics Mark Rush came to [UF as visiting professor in 1982, Ph 0 and M A ,Univ of Rochester, bachelor's, Califormia State at Hayward Accountn proressor E. Daniel Smith came to UJF in 1971 as asst professor; hD and M A ,Ohio Slate Univ, B.A Baylor Univ DENTISTRY Dr. Charlotte White, asst, professor and director of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery undergraduate education, began teaching at UF in 1978, D.M.D UF EDUCATION Cecil Mercer special education professor and co-director of UF's Multidisciplinary Diagnostic and TrainigPrograin, came to UF as assi professor in 1974, Ph.D, Univ. of Virginia, M S., Virginia Commonwealth Univ., B A ,Univ. of Richmond. Advisor ol the ear Edward Turner, assoc. professor in instruction and curnculurn, came to UF in 1972, Ph.D, Michigan State; MA S and B S State Univ. of New York at Buffalo., ENGINEE RING Assoc professor of materials science John Ambron came to UFP in 1978, Ph.D., Univ. of Maryland, bachelor's, Washington and Lee Univ James Burns, industrial engineering professor, came to UFP in 1966, Ph D, MIT: M B A ,Columbia Univ., bachelor's, Univ ef Michigan Advisor of the Year Richard Connell, Jr., materials science assoc professor and asst department chairman, Camne to UE in 1973, Ph D., UP, M S. and B.S., VPI. Civil engineering pro. fessor Duane EIllfrtt came to UP in 1982 as Crom, Visiting Prolessor, Ph.D, West Virginia Umv; master's, Univ. of Cincinnati, bachelor's, Marshall College. Materials science professor Roll Hummel Caine to UF in 1%64as asst. professor; Ph D7, Max-Planck Institute, Stuttgart, Germany. FINE ARTS Advisor of the Year and art department undergraduate advisor Louise Rothman Camne to UF in 1981 as visiting anst professor, Ph.D., UP, M.A., Columbia Univ.; B.A., U~nWv of Arizona. Theatre department asst, professor and undergraduate coordinator Jamles Wren came to UF in 1985; master's, UF; B.A ., H-eidelberg College. HEALTh AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE Asst professor and director of UF'. Motor Behavior Laboratory James Cauraugh came to UP in 1988; Ph.D., FSU; M.S., Ninnsylvania State Univ.; 8.5., State Univ. of New Mibrk at Brockport. Asst. professor of health science education SIene Dnnian camne to UF in 1986; Ph.D. and master's, Urniv of Tennessee; U.S., te College. Joseph Regna, Jr., assoc. professor of recreation, parks and toursm ean teaching at UP in 1961; Ph.D. and B.S., FSU, HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS Asst professor of physical therapy Marth. Rider amne to UF in 1987, Ph D, M S and B S, Ohiso State Un iv JOURNALISM Advisor of the Year Glenn Butler is professor and student services director, came to UP in 1966 as asst. professor, Ed D and M S, Olahoma State Univ, M Ed and BA, Univ of Oklahoma Asst professor of journalism Williani McKeen came to UPin1986, Ph D, Univ of Oklahoma, M A and bachelor's, Indiana Univ Telecommunication professor John Wright came to UF in 1982, M A and B A ,Univ of Central Florida LAW Professor W. Scott Van Alstyne, Jr. came to UF in 1972 as visitimg assoc professor, Si 0 L. D and M A Univ of Wisconsin Madison, B.A .Univ of Buffalo LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES Advisor of the Year Janies Button is political science assoc professor and assoc department chair, came to UP in 1973 as asst professor, Ph.D Univ of Texas, M A., UCLA and Stanford Univ; BtA Colgate Univ English professor AMistair Duckworth came to UP in 1973 as assoc. professor; Ph 0. and MA ., Johns Hopkins, M A, Unmv of Edinburgh. Assoc professor ofrnathematicsflrice Edwards came to UF as assi professor In 1976, Ph.D. and M A, Dartmouth College; B A Stanford Univ Psychology professor Richard Griggp came to UF in 1974 as asst professor, Ph D.!n diana Univ., BUS, Bradley Unmv. Assoc professor of classics and co-director of UP's Center for Creek Studies Kareliua Hartigan came to UFim 1973, Ph D and M A,, Univ of Chicago, B A, College of Woboster English professor Elizabeth Izngiand came to UF in 1985 as assoc professor, Ph 0 and M.A Univ ol Chicago, B A Barnard College English professor David Leveren. came to UF in 1985, Ph D, Univ of California at Berkeley, bachelor's, Harvard Univ Psychology department professor and assoc chair C. Michael Levy came to UF In 19%4 as asst, professor, Ph D ,Univ. of WisconsmnMadison, M S and B S ,Tulane Univ Political science assoc professor Mbert Metheny came to UP in 1978 as asst professor, Ph D,' Univ of Minnesota, M A and B.S ,Univ of Tennessee Zoology professor and UF Marine Laboratory director Frank Maturo, Jr. came to UP in 1958 as asst professor, Ph D and M A Duke Univ B S Unmv. of Kentucky Assoc professor of psychology Greg Neimeyer came to UF in 1981 as asst. professor, Ph D and M S Univ. of Notre Dame, B S, UP Assoc. professor of history and social sciences Juliani Pleasants came to UP in 1%69 as asst, rofessor, Ph D and M.A Univ of North Carolina at Chapel ill, bachelor's, Davidson College Speech and linguistics professor Howard Roth~mai, came to UF in 1%69 as research instructor, Ph.D,, Stanford Univ ,M A ,New York Univ; B A City College of New York. Political science prolessor and director of the Tropical Conservation and Development Prtgrami in UF's Center for Latin Amnencan Studies Steven Sendertorn came to UF in 1979 as asst professor, Ph.D and M.A, Stanford Univ., M.A., Univ. of Arkansas, B A, Univ. of Central Arkansas. Romance languages professor Albert Smith is undergraduate and graduate advisor for French, Ph D., Univ of North Carc mna at Chapel Hill, M A and B A,, Emory Univ Geoff Vining came to UF in 1988 as asst, professor of statistics, Ph.D and M.S., VPl; B.A., Univ of Tennessee. Assoc. professor in communication studies and gerontology faculty associate Lynne Webb came to UF in 1980 as asst professor; Ph.D, Univ. of Oregon; B.S., Nnnsylvania State Univ Romance languages lecturer C. Malt Whitney joined the UP faculty in 1988; master's and B.A. from UF MEDICINE Dr. Keith Stone, director of the Abinen's Health Group and Gynecolopy Division chief, came to UF in~ 1988 as assoc. profesor, M.D., Univ. of Virginia, B.S, Hlampden-Sydney College Kyle Etasy assoc. professor in the Departments of Anatomy and Cell Bioloy and Surr{ came to UFn 2 984 as ant, professor; Ph.D. and BA., Indiana Unv. NURSING AMt rosor Jo Anisle Irvngcam~e to UF in 192D, M S., Univ. of Mayad;5S, FSU. AssI professor Mildred Russin came to LIP in 1988, M.S, UF; BS., Unmv. of Virginia PHARMACY Medicinal chemistry professor Kopak. Ro came to UF in 1%69; post-d octoral work, Harvard, Ph.D.,Uimy of Wisconstn-Madijon; D.c.A. Sc. and B. Sc. Andhra Un India VETERINARY MEDICINE KRVIIn Anderson, asst. prfessor in the Deprmnso hysiologial Sciecs ad Neursciece, came toUF in 198 54 K. Buhr J. Ambrose '' DENTISTRY. I -Se C. Whit. ARCHITECTURE/I Faculty Colleges -
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1 4 By Denise M. Reagan issimmee-born Vassar Clements is simply the most coveted fiddler of his time If you're makingan album, and vou need a fiddle, you'd better call Vassar The list of people who've enlisted him is a roll call of history's most influential country, bluegrass, swing and rock musicians His diversifted talent doesn't stop with work on other musicians' albums, though, his catalogue of solo and collaborative work fuses the best of all his dabbling Yet victims of Top 40 radio, those who never stray from the pop compact disc aisle, probably don't know him They may have heard him on the NittyGritty Dirt Band's Will the Circle he LUnbrkeM but they never singled him out as that 'great middle player That increasingly common situation -teetering between critical acclaim and acceptance within the industry on one side and relative obscurity among the public on the other -keeps Vassar incredibly down to earth "Let me get to another phone," Vassar said Tuesday nightfrom his Nashvillehome "This one's not too good -it's one of those walk-around deals" He didn't seem to mind that another reporter had obtained his telephone number, that an absolute stranger wanted him to reveal some more of his past Instead, he seemed a little embarrassed that his new cordless telephone was picking up static "Yeah, I just got it It sounds ike everybody's trying to call on the same line I've never had one, so this is probably the wrong kind," His voice is inviting, like an old friend's or your next-door neighbor's. And he is, in a way. Vassar hasn't been in Florida for years, but he's coming back Friday. "Last time I played in Gainesville, I think it was at the university on a Halloween night with some Jacksonville band Before that, (banjo player John) Hartford and were just out playing on campus one day Now he'll be in the Florida Theaterjust Vassar and two others, a guitar and a bass And he'll be playing what Vassar calls Nstraight musc, the kind anybody can enjoy, says the show's independent producer, Robert Knox. "Fiddle is not my favorite instrument, but when I started listening to Vassar, I was a fan immediately," Knox says "My big impetus is to try to educate the student population as to how incredible he is Knox isn't alone just about anybody who writes a word about Vassar has nothing but great things to say He's been called the Issac Stern of bluegrass and the inventor of "crossover" music When Vassar started experimenting with electric instruments, bluegrass purists frowned But every time Vassar tried something new, the result was a broader audience Now, the definition of bluegrass has changed considerably 'I could go on stage with five horns now and some people would say that's great bluegrass Vassar prefers that The more people who listen, the better And if that means blurring traditional ins, he'll do it "I hate to categorize music Almost any music can be played any way, whether it's bluegrass, country, swing or rock His lickof-lormula approach has served him well and is partlydueto his inability toread music Vassarpicked upthe fiddleat7 yearsold six years later, he'd taught himself to play well enough to jump on a bus for Nashville to audition for the legendary bluegrass artist Bill Monroe He admits occasionally wanting to read music But that handicap has fored him to be more creative since he has no sheet musi o guide him "If you can't read, you have to go bv your ear If you play something with one person, it's going to be different for the next person That freshness has made him appealing to some influential artists One of them, Paul McCartney, enlisted Vassar to play on three Wings sings m 1974, the "Junior's Farm" era Vassar played on that single's B-side, "bally C,' a song that was much more popular in America than the single itself Vassar remembers McCartnev in a football jerseN talking to him from the production booth I loved to hear him talk I could hardly understand him for I'd hear him and I'd just about fall out This isa man whose southern charm ooes from Cver svllable With a dSiographv longer than you'd care to LOunt, Vassar's still making albums In another two weeks, he and longtime friend and collaborator John Hartford will finish their latest work to be released on Flying Fish, a small but artistically conscientious label that Vassar chose when Mercury and MCA could n't deal with his diversity Tentatively titled John and Vassar tlhout Nobody Else, the album is just that -Vassar on fiddle and Hartford on banjo "And us two characters smgong, and John stomping on that board It's strange" Nevertheless, Vassar's work always seems to find an audience After all this time, he's still not sure what works, and he says he's still learning "Ill die wanting' t knowa lot more The Var t lerenIs Trio, wath guitarist Bob Iiarm, and basset Gene Watson, will perform at the Florida Theater, 233 W Uniier srty Ave at 8p in Friday Tickets are $10, or $8 with student :dentification, at SabineMusic Center (505 NW 13th SI I, Sims Music (4908 NW34h St ,Suite 15) and at the door uttin e assar AffilASE-' L'lV P N II

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The Easiest Exam You'll +CANCER SOCET Ever Take Br as t t-t% i r n n , i no takes on1v a too minutes hctuLk brea anLet can be ired with early detection and treatment, taking this exam cou ld save your lif For mor information a~nut our fourth annual Breast Can Lr DctLi non Awareness Campaign onratt the American ( anrC %Silety at 376-6866 Stay in touch wilh knour body "I'M A COLLEGE STUDENT AND WORKING FOR KELLY HAS HELPED ME UNDERSTAND THE BUSINESS WORLD." "I've bnjadened my education and esed my kowledg hnproitd my skills. It's the perfect job experience to put on a murme or an application." Temporary Serves The Kely G&ifPq -n. Fint ad The ht* Thelonious Monk (left), 1948, with .Howard McGhee, Roy Eldridge and Teddy Hill at Minions Playhouse Hill, a one time bandeader was the manager of Wanton s where, during the crucial years, Monk was the house pianist Cln! Eastwood presents Thelonlous Monk: Straight, No Chaser, which tracks the ife and art of a great jazz composer and pianist and his revolutonary style The ilm will show at the Center Theatre at 11 am Saturday and Sunday and 5 15 p m Monday WANEP BROS ALL NIGHT STUDY AREA DURING FINALS! Available to UF students Carleton Auditorium April27May 4 10:00 PM -700 AM Students Working for Students! .I,. s., I 11 (.11 I II 1r1 IP^4flTrlrs VTN

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continued from cover story opposite page ripping on the door, it', ( ampbel making sure I'm covered before coming in Shuttm'' the door behind her, ( ampbell selects oi ilJd s 'four seas" to play on the issette dtck She ilso htiOses a Ligo faloe 'era k onut butter lotiin and plates it at the fout of the massage tabt"I use lotions because it's easier on the towels and whirlpool than oils You should 11s) 1,el like you can pill your clothes on when you leave here -,ot startson my left foot Squiring a glob of lotion into her hand, she rubs both hands together and moistins mny hoot antl leg with pro It nted Lteam Using her fingers to work the sole of my hot, she pushes the lpressur points whie flexing my leg Each toe is stretched, spread and individually rubbid Moving up my leg, she kneads every mUwtle in my calf and thigh, occasionally lifting my leg off the table to reach the back side My leg feels detached from my body, and so loose, I'm not sure I'll be able to stand when she's finished With heavy, strong strokes, Campbell presses the heel of her palm along the muscles from my hip bone to my ankle After repeating the same technique on my right leg, C ampbell begins working on my arm I close my eyes flr most of the treatment, preferring to concentrate on the massage rather than any other visual input There's not much to look at anyway except the sun set colored, southwestern -style tapestry tacked to the ceiling Starting on my arm, Campbell prods the pressure points in my wrist and palm with her fingers Using her thumb to stretch and knead my hand, she spreads my palm from its fleshy pad, drawing my fingers out to their full extension As she pulls and rubs my fingers, my hand feels inches longer Working my arm much like she did my leg, my muscles feel like perfectly cooked noodles -limber and pliable She lifts my arm from my side and extends it upward, so the back of my hand ties directly above my head In this position, my shoulder blade and upper back are stretched out with the striated muscle on the underside of my arm Bringing my arm back down and around, my arms feel stretched beyond their actual length Finishing both arms, Campbell moves to where I cannot see hercrouching behind me at the head of the table Extending her arms straight out from her body, she works the back of my neck and the tops of my shoulders Using her thumb, she pokesand prods a lumpy rmnus V in mv ntck that I n(Wr knew existed Reaching around to the front mv ae Campbell uses short strokL' to firmly rub my skin outward Irom my Lhin along the lawhont and out to tny iars sh, hold, her index and middle finger. together, and using small circles, masagtS the fones on the side of my late up to my temples, forehead and crown Turning over. I lie fai, down with my arms at my side, snuggling my tate into the cushioned hole in the table bea shells and a decorated Easter egg ad orn the ledc ong the table's underoLde for the tlents v W ing pleasure My shoulder blades and the overlying muscles are poked with probing fingertips sending ticklish, exhilarating tingles down my spine The length of my back is stroked with heavy hands, up and down, first on one side and then the other My arms are lifted and bent across the small of my back to stretch and extend the muscles in my upper arms and shoulders As my back is worked on, nota single thought crosses my mind I can only concentrate on the existence of these muscles and the sensation they provide To conclude the massage, Campbell prodUces a rectangular, flat-surfaced vibrating machine called the Master Massager She run' the iron-like mechanism over my body is I lay draped over thetable likea garment on an ironing board, titillated by the electrietty From my head to my toes, the ma thine sends stimulating tingles through me that almost counteract the relaxing effects of the massage Before leaving the room, Campbell urges me to lie still and rest for a few minutes before get up and dress I need to anyway because my body does not feel capable of standing in an upright position. My mind clear and my body fluid, the thought of putting my clothes on and getting into my car to drive back into the responsibilityladen world keeps me on the table for more than a few minutes. Eventually I pull myself together and venture into the sunlit waiting room I'm tempted to sit in the SpInolutorchair again, but I refrain, thinking that the body can only stand so much relaxation. Thanking Campbell profusely fora job that she loves doing and gets paid for, I leave the woodpaneled haven feeling groovy and return to the bright, rush-hour traffic of late-afternoon Gainesville U It bring ou nited Way the best in al of us. Swing by Civitan and donate blood I DON'T JUST HANG AROUND. DONATE BLOOD! Shn.C. l2 N.w SM OS.s.,,r.et M a INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL 1990 The Volunteers for International Student Affairs would like to thank the following people and businesses for making this year's International Festival the biggest and most successful ever. Carribean Student Association Chinese Student Association Club Creole Filipino Student Association Hellenic Club Hispanic Student Association India Club Russia Club Rarkish Student Association VISA officers 1990-1991 President: Mahtab Tabt Sadreamreli Vice President Gloria Markus Treasurer: Henry Gevurtz Secretary: Lisa Mahlkov, Public Relations: Shirley Salzmann Marlella Gonzalez Sheshardi Sharmia Membership Chairperson: Rita Chillmigras htrnatnal Stideut Coste St@M. especially Dr. Downie, and Mrs. Margarita Micha Student Governent Finance Office: Pat Shore, Glenda Frederick, Sharon Eldred Student Govemnment: especially Mike Browne, VISA's Talent Show's Master of Ceremony The Independent Florida Alliptor: especially Mr. Ed Barber ASFAC: especially Bret Berlin Tha Richard: Miss VISA's International Pageant Master of Cerenony Or Dhyingultead Panel of judga Mis VISA Intenational Pageant Losche Beland Myra Morgan Kevin Meyeux Mitra Sadreametli Mama Wiston Tale Show Mrs. Sarah Resnick Carswell Dr. Paul Doughty Raul Matu Dr. jamas Scott AMC Theatres Ashima's hipas Awards and Tlphy Shop Balions and Bows Bertelsen Crevasse Florist The Closet Cucsu Cae Gardens Copper Monkey Farahs on the Ael Great J~Ectlalions T he cap; Kollobled MArk NOmMn OrmndW H.2achary And everyone else who made the il Festival an event to be remembered in the years to come. 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FORGET EXAMS getamassage by nancie garmer Inside the Massage Health Center on Northwest 13th Street, the wood-paneled waiting room feels like the inside of a huge garden sauna Lush hanging plants arestrung around the expansive windows and small trees potted in wicker baskets are strategically placed among the couches, tables and oceanic decor The dark-haired woman behind the desk greets me and tells me to have a seat Bypassing thetextured couch and assorted easychairs placed comfortably around the bright windows, I choose the Panasonic Spinolator chair A low-riding device mildly reminiscent of a rocking chair gone easy, its lumpy back assaults the body. Until it is turned on Wooden rollers are concealed under a back cushion, and when the hand-held remote control is turned on, they move in a circular motion The rollers can be made wider or narrower and can be adjusted to move up and down from the neck and shoulder down the back to the waist Self-absorbed, I almost don't hear Anne Campbell call me into the therapy room Campbell is a professional massage therapist, and she has owned the Massage Health Center for the past six of the 11 years she has worked there In her early 30s, Campbell looks many years younger in her white cotton T-shirt that complements her golden brown skin and blonde, shoulder-length hair Soft-spoken, she immediately makes me comfortable in her presence. The massage room is decorated much Ik the outside waiting room, but without any windows. The wood paneling and soothing prints emanate an earthy feel -a combination family room and log cabin in a 12-foot-square space. Campbell leads me through the room to the adjoining facilitIes that Include a private whirlpool, a sauna and a shower. Every person who pays the 135 for an hour tratmnat is encouraged to relax In the whirlpool for approximately 10 minutes before receiving the actual body work. The sauna is for afterward. Back In the massage room, Campbell explains the process. I'll set the timer for you. When it goes off, come back in here and drape the towel around you like this." Anita Raviele demonstrates some basic techniques. She demonstrates by holding one end of the towel up around her chest and tucking the other end through her legs and up over her buttocks, diaper-style. 'You can take your underwear off or leave them on -however you're most comfortable When you're ready, lie on your back and fact the ceiling The massage therapist is always out of the room Everything is completely private When she leaves, I disrobe, tossing my clothes on the wicker chair in the massage room Ascending the wooden stairs, I flip the switch for the whirlpool and climb in The deep, royal blue tub shoots bubble% and swirling waves of 105-degreewater around my body I close my eyes -my glasses are fogged anyway -and let my mind unwind and my body relax After the chair and 10 minutes in the whirlpool, I already feel loose and unstressed. The bell on the timer rings like the one my mother used to have in her kitchen, signalint it's time to get out. After drying myself on the towel provided in the whirlpool room, I drape myself in the towel in the massage room and lie down. A few minutes pass before I hear a soft continued page fourteen %.I0,AW.V9VOPY

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Iff l LAxfT1.1 7i i 1 r .LiA i U .cUi ii a A L& Li Wt OUT ON THE TOWN Restaurant & Entertainment Guide Bob Evans SrIing.piete breaktat, hunh& III'rr conI WIkl.n broakft pe I I IIi 4u Ion T hAve to go hom,,. t, get honm cooking' lIcated 'ff Ar hr kd nar I 7, behjad the Motl h Open am to 1 pm Sun Th, and 6 am to lii pm Fri & Sat Hometown Restaurant t'mplti( brexjk astsfrom $1 5Screate cour own omeleite only $32;' i.-uits Muffins, Cinnamon iscuits h d Irh from cratL h every morn Iog for lunch, we feature hebet Salid i, now n ilong with burgers, hot & nl0 lind ichs, and homemade ai & k fill %,k eu r friends, w're le ihl' i i 1 own' Open days a k Now rvingHormestylo Dinners rom 4 1) 9 pm M sat' 1218 N Main (yile Shoppig Center 371 2106 Ivey's Avoid tbe ordinary For a refreshingly different dining experience in a cozy, intmate 'eting try breakfast, lunch or dinner at Ivey Grul Extensive break aM mcn u, homemade soup,, large fresh salad,, sandwiches and burgers, fo ivent and din ner Fresh sea food. hiken and pasta dishesalsoat dinner Or come in for a decadent dessert with espresso or cappucino ier and wine list Opin 7 days a week MC, VISA. AMEX 11103 W Univ Ave 171 4$39 I's Restaurant Breakfast house 20 years Serving 40-2 3T oscry day One block to crnmpus 122W Univ Ave Joe's Deli I lome of the twooot Catortil' Daily lunch special M F at all locations Camptusi 34h t1hSt Freetvery I77-5637& 375-5637 Snuffy's Restaurant and Lounge 1017 W Univerity Ave 376.8899 Caribbean pub atmosphere with gourmet burgers, sleaks, chicken teriyaki, baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sandwiches, and New England clam chowder Relax and enjoy your favorite cocktail in our casually elegant lounge Open (M-Thun), i 30 am-Midnight (Fn & Sat, 11 30 am 2 am (Sun) 6 piII pm Happy Hour 3-7 pan MC, Visa &Am X Woody's Nationally Famous Sandwiches 3458W Univ Ave 1 I/2mi fromncampus Hearty deli-style sandwiches, angle & salads featuring top quality Boors lead coldcuts on specially baked fresh bread ,eived in a relaxed casual atnosphler. conducive to meeting friends, entertaining parents & family or conducting light business transactions Imp & domestic beer, wine MC & VISA accepted Open MSet 11-9 F 11-10 & closed Sun The Mill Bakery, Eatery & Brewery Full liar fre.h brewed beer Celebralion hour 11 7 daily Expanded Patio with live entertainment Thurs & Sat nights Oaks Mall Plaza David's Bar-B-Q Delicious mouth-watering Bar B-Q beef, pork& nbs&chicken Hugepor ions-Reasonable Prices' Look for coupons in Cetr Greenbacks Down the road from Santa Fe C C 5121 NW 39th Ave 373 20(12 Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q For tasty beef, pork, chicken and ribs, come to Sonny's, for Bar-f-Q At Its Best' 11-9 30 (Sun-Thu) &I 11-10 (FriSat) 27M N Waldo Rd 36105W 13th St Wi3IW Archer Rd US 441 at 1-75, Alachua Woody's Bar-B-Q The Best Bar-B-Q in the world' Banquet Faclities Available Catering for small & large parties Specializing in Baby Back RibW Open 7 days a week iro llam-10pm' 7520 Newbery Rd 332-7858 J's Restaurant Chinese food delivery, 5-9 pin, uch 11-2130;dinner S-9pm everydayexcept ruft night Only a block to campus. 125 W. Univ Ave Chef 10I yrs. eup The Philsophy Store Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. Univ. Ave 378-6370 In the tradition of bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th & 19th centuries Gourmet coffee, by thelbean or by the rew Espresto,Cap Puccino, & numerous exotic coffee. from the world over Many varietiesof tea, too lam-10pm Mon-Sat. Toby's Corner A Gainesville tradition continues-A warm Country Inn setting featuring unique seafood, veal, siesks, fowl ard pasta specialities, Tableside flambe' desserts & coffees. Dinner from 5 nightly Lunch from 11 30 am weekdays. Reservations recommended 101 SE 2nd Place 375-7620. MC/VISA as cop ted. The Club Cafe Gaine sve'a healthy alternative Generous portions prepared with an em-l phis' On low cholesterol & Low salt & high fiber All foods are oil free Choose from a variety of muffins, bagels, soups, salads, pasta, potatoes, sawiches, fresh fruits, yogurt, grano' & smoothies Try our new gRed chicken or vegeburger sandwiches Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner Mon-Sun Inside the G'ville Health & Fitn"esCenter Wetgate n 4955 O Leonardo's 706 Experience the R,,anu,,ce, progrsive pastas and fresh fish i an M -i tive atmosphere. Offering Thai Chicken, Cajun Shrimp. Gorgonola Alfredo, Shrimp Pesto& Califonia and Chicago Style Piza DaViand'. delight Aferwards enjoy honeade deaaerts, espresso, apuccno Ia ter rifle wine list Mark Newman chef-. S. ls 5-10 po & Frt& Set. 5-11 pin 706 W Univ Ave. 371-2W1 Manaro's SInce 1955 'Sorne things neverchang, .fortunately, yougood ead consistently delicious Italian food. Open 7days. Din netserved ram Gainerafila's mitpopular Italian aurnt for ov er30 years Casual attire welcome. Fresh dishes daily including chicken, val, steak, shrimp & homemade desserts at affordable price. Cocktails, fine wines and beer avaiable. Only 2 1/2 mile fru i in (al an Univ. A".) 2120 HawIhorn. Rd. (sR 20) DrectIca/Rva an32.0a Ashley's Mexican and American Restaurant Butler Plaza 375-4064 jumbo Margaritas are our Specialty' Open 7 days a week Monday thou Saturday II am1 15 am and Sunday from 1 pm-10 15 pm Happy Ilow daily II am-6 pm DAILY SPECIALS Monday Long Is Iced Tea Jubo 54 95, Tuesday Sex on the Beach jumbos $495, Wednesday jumbo Margaritas 4 25, Thursday all Import Beers 99, Fapita Combo Dinner for 2 only 5795 on Monday and Tuesday We accept VISA and MasterCard El Toro Mexican Restaurant 1723 SW 13th St Great Mexican Food 7 Days No Brag-Just Fact La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant G-ville' newest authenticMexican retauran t Our family restaurants have on servit ueas for 16 yrs Serving daily lunch specals 11am2 30pr &delcousdinnerentree's-10 weekdays & 510.30 weekends Cole in & give us a try' 7038 NW lath Pi (between Service Merchandise & Mr Han's) 332-067 Market Street Pub Fine handcrafted meats & sausages, imported beer in a jovial English Pub atmosphem. located downtown 120 SW Ist Ave 377-2927 Murphy's Pub Daily Specials Del Sandwiches & Ie cold beer Billiards, Darts and Video games Happy Hour 4-7 Daily Mon -Thur Liam-2pm Fri -Sat 11am-lam. Sun lpm-10pm 5112 NW 34th St amrs from the YMCA pool 3724751 Red Lion Tavern and Grill 0OT THEDEAD WEEKBLUESCome htre,drink beer" Bestthe testStam the exami Cheer with our beer! Grill open 12-12 2413 SW 13th St 378-6320 Shelley's Tavern Dancing Lrmaids Now open at 11am for lunch Pool Tournament every Wed. Daily Specials.69M Sw Archer Rd Capt'n tonic's Galley Plac for peat glled rloyd seafood. We ao have -n el-u-can-at benh .300 NW 13th St agos fro n KdApy KIash LaFitte's Seafood and Raw Bar Downtown on the Square II SE Ist Ave 372-9928 For 10ycarsoffering the best seafood in Gainesville Blackened, Broiled, and Grilled Seafood Pastas, Bar-B-Que Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oysters, Steak, ChickenandQuail Tryournewhalian Specialties Nightly Fresh seafood Every Monday night All the Garlic, Mustard, Maryland Style Crabs You Can Eat' Lunch M-F 11-3 Dinner 5-12, M-Sun Now Taking Reservations Purple Porpoise Oyster Pub 1728W Univ Ave HappyHour47pm M-F Oyster Happy Hour 2-4p daily and 7-close Monday Night Drink spedals every night Lunch specials. la2pm Thursday 8-10 Coors Light 25t and $2 00 pitchers La Concha The flavor of Key West right here in Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American Cuisine M-F llan-83pm, 4002 W Newberry Rd Plaa West378-4W2. Great Steaks Beef & Spirits For the best steaks and prime rib In Gainesville You cook over a hickory charcoal grill or our chef will prepare your dinner Chicken & Seafood too Open daily 5-10 2 for 1 well drinks & dollar drafts from 5-7 pm challenge. 2310SW 13th St.3 1. Tim's Thai Restaurant Brings you ent "Open MC, AMX, 5424. the "Bst Blend of the OriMo-St, Closed Sun. Visa, SIR N.W 23rd A". 372APPLAUSE COVER STORY F FIifoneation Ot On The Town, Contad Lynn Spiuelie 3764482 311 owl 111111 F --T

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THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1990. AIJJGATR, 9 BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Ilgator Iassifieds N Classifictons 4 I2 10 14 12 16 11 19 20 Fo RoNla Plfldl tg r algi slftr$*> rftomr flew,-" cones Lanw J When will your ad run? Classdieds will begin TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of time and be cancelled at any time Sorry, but there can be no roU How to place a classified ad: The Alligator Offie, 105W Un ersyAve M F Bam 4wmn Main Bookecor, Hub Customer Service Desk M Foam 430pm Rent union, Cashiers Ol i M F am gpm,Salnoo 9p Sun noon 5 prm Medical ookStor, Shands M F ,am 430;pm By Mail. Use forms appearing wsky nthe Alligator Sorry no cash by mail MC VISA Dr checks only By Phone 373-FIND: Payment by VISA Or Mastercard DAILY Fiv usolar minimum M F ew 4pm Q How to correct or cancel your ad: Cancellations: Call 373 FIND Mon Fi 8 No refunds can be given Alligator errors. Ch*C van, ad the FIRST day I ln Call 373 F IND wiih any OfCiodurs 06 lore noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBtE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor rotted ads will be amended oe day No rotunda or credit can b given afler placing the ad Changes naleed in after rho lirat day wAi nor be compensated Customer error Or change.: Correctionrust be made in person at The Alligaor otfic, BEFORE NOON There will M a $2 N correallor MIA L What are tie fim Aq, in phnnMg nunu carpr? 1 What Id taped a my Nt job mt I How do I dwl the dight bid c"? 4, What i the hb w-y to prepare for the rw NCLElX-RN 5. Why h. the failure r On the NCLEX-RN creaedl Get The Answers This Weekend At A Free Stanley H. Kaplan Nursing Career Seminar Near You. This .ekw Stinky R Kalan d corWLNUrSiWA Career Setmens o to cosad. Learn haw to finl perfect RN job for yous Dcoer sr asdoWI yu yc he NCLEX. Review ample NCLEoq" I Sign up for amNCI|X Roew Court at the seminar and eaiy. a vlutAe gift. Sat April 28, 10 AM. Cal Us itay And! 3. Yourn S. 377-0014 a SW ld Ave Cail us today and nrve your sest. ISI A TM 1 IL KN FOR RENT: I FURNISHED WALK 3 BLOCKS UF Room tceha share kltbaths wid prefer mile grad students 195 slngl@240 double 3769-652 378 8122 4-27-1-1 Cheerful 3bdrm home, fireplaces. gardone, porches. paying, (2)8150 *hares svalmable. Special consideration to Musiclan. 377-1510 4-27 1041 Townhouse-own turn bdr, ba, wash/dry. pool, clo*. to UF, *300, 12 util 3351841 4-27 10-1 Oak~voo*2bdr2bS, 1t2 mile from UF. micro, mo, security. pool, 330-0530 Andres or 813-S1776 (Callec) 4-3010-1 ROOM A FOOD STA RATING $145 for Summer Spring & Fall also avail at CLO. Inc 10 mealswk.ui0 pdI-bik to UF Studnt Runti 377-42 or stOp by 117 NW 15th St 4-30-10-1 3 rom.ioi NW home. washidry2bua., omee to UF, $150-150 A 114 util. M nts, turn avail 335 2801 4 27 7 1 Large 20R 2 I t bth townhouse Woodgate Mnr. */d hookup Avail May I $SOdmo neg 332-2564 Ask lor Linda or Barbara 4-27-7-1 FUN 8 SUN In The Pines 2 or 3 summer Armits-turn. big An, Wils em to UF III/m own ntm' SINS/mo to sharm a3e6193 4.26--1 Oakbrook 2BDR 28TH washerldryer close. to 1SF *to a mon0xrth Cell 375-26, or 376 77 4 ROCKWOOD VILLAS behutiM uld/Sha furn condo for n/a's in fall A spring. call 1-363-0047 (Jad). I will return your call 4-27-0-1 Sorority Annex Sbler May-Aug I blk from Norman 6276 ulil (neg ) Call 375 3821 and leave message 42-5 1 **AAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** Luxury condo 4 bih front campus. se. turity. maid service, European kitchen w micro, dlshwash, dlspsoal, Nli size wash/dry 8200 to $360 monthly 375. 4541. 4-27-4-1 Summer mmmt wanted [a live in 2bd/2ba apt Oxford Manor. 8200 obo, master bdt W/ bath avail Call 335-9217 4-27-4PROFESSOR'S HOME 3BR/29A Norlhwocd Pines home. comletel furnihed Dshwar., inen,. al the comyrsd Fireplae.o grf. fence yard 8,70 KEY MANAGEMENT 371 -454 PhO cand seaks mature house mate, own bdrtba, wd. micro, VCR, sate, quiet neighborhoo. ampna Parking 372-0912 tla1pm. 4-273Furma*hed bedroom only $150 1/3 utt. 3 blocks ftrm campus. Available May-Aug 377-0715 4-27-3-1 Huse I, 4,1k, U, Summer.Fal. Iurn, no peis, Grads $280 377-125 after 5 4-27.3.1 RENT PROF'S HOUSE SUMMER C $400 SOON. 373-2360. 4-27--1 flflW DWA DO f huge matr Mr in Ibdr/ba furn or unfurn, a'vil" o.2 mins. $150 a NEG 33W4370 Bly. 4-27-$tl L uliramd.bdr/2balnhs.4yrold.btw ukSFCC.Imail Quiet common, Jeouzzi.security yst. we/dry 8 more SUOmon" unfum.ati 374-N21/lv ms.sCO 4-27.2-t 8dri/lieng m prilildga, most till pd. summer 135/mo, fall 165m,4bdrapt 1740 Ny3 are P1. to apply/Info 372-2284,3714243 4.fN-1-l FOR RENT: FURN. ONE BLOCK TO UF one bdrrn, $250 a mnth include unilios Call Jefl at 375 1555 leave Message if no answer 4 27 2-1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Santa FE CC. I BDR $270 $280 2 BDR 8035. NEW Townhouse $440. Sec Plus LMR Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs Santa Fe Trace Apt. 370-190 4-30-752 Oak Glade Apis Near UF A VA, quil washrdrysr available in most units Or $20 me Cats Allowed 18-26. 1 2 Bath $260-$350, sec & Imr 372-6422 4-3075-2 SPACIOUS OE BEDROOM APT ONY $203/MO LYONS APT 4000 SW 0Th AV 377-4797 4-30-71-2 INCREDIBLE E,,i,,ny Apt Slaying at $16S Starting at $23/ 2 Bedroom MEADOWCAEST 378-3%8 70-2 Chhck Our New Specials All Amenlitles Available FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Foommates AveIlabie REGENCY OAKS 3786768 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373-4500 Arol SW IBt Street Attractive, clean apa A houses, close to UF. avail for Aug .I yr (ease No dogs Call 495-9024 4-30-24-2 Studio, Ibd, 2bd, and 3bd apt. and houses avail now and for tall Walk o UI Beer the rushl College Park Properties 411 NW 15th 371 7777 4-27 8-2 In Th. Pines Spacious 2 A 3 Bedroom Apaiment & Townhooses Convenient To UF/Shsrvds 2 po. tennis cr. w ht room. sauna. 2 laundry rooms 373-3371 205 SE Ifth Ave 1/2 mle east of Mai, Si 28CR House by LF Carport l'repace. wec 328 NWY I th Tor, College Park Apte Office 411 NW imP Sir 371 7777 4-27 3-2 MELROSE SPRINGS Brand new 2bd, screened porch Auge oaks. landscaped. nice n.iohborhood.S450ro 475. Pets Olt 4-30-l -12 Avail now, I-bdr apt, fans. cent hear/air, mini. verIcal blinds: own bus, near U1F, 27 including water 373-0701 4-30-5-2 House/duplex 4bdr/2b. filephace, c"At hftair, 1 $/2 ml so of U1F, 1 yr leases II50/ma Call 376-6183 Leave Message 4-271-2 HUGE, Studio -5 blks to UF -wd firs, replace. ul a2 kil, low *le Lella il Jl 3art trear option $2S 37503 tI meg 4-27.S-2 Center Couri. very nice 2bd, walking distance to UF, ,1210NW 11 A Dishwaater, ent air Chle. 411 NW15 St 371-7777 4-27--2 Three Cade 3Md t just 3 bias N of UF* very, very nIce 414 NW 14 St College Park Properties 371 -7777 4-27-8-2 For Rent 3bdrm Condo in Marchwood, 650 a month, 3 Month Wass Call for lnterni.wl 3N-4502, available May Iet FOR RENT: UNFURN. Super 2bdr/1ta apt Fireplace, Phoenix 2030 SW 33r P 10. lea. no pets $330/mm Avail Aug 373 1558 4 27 6-2 A 2br 2 blks to UF and sorority row. tasltfully r.modeled lofted cefodng. no Pets avda now 6260 373-9022 4 27 5-2 3bd/2b. c house $575/Io Avail June Ilt 1707 NW 38th Terr By appt only 3721796 4-27-5-2 M8F rmift nooded for own room in Sbdr bath apt for summer C $160 0 Mo + 1/3 util Call Coral 376-3803 4-27-5-2 Rent *1017 MAY FREE. Free bd, walkto campus. 2 room, 1 1/2 bath. dishwasher. pool, weight room. lnhse. 375/m. 3784592 4-27-5-2 Cheapi 2d $235;Mth. 8100 deposit. quie/safe, 3 m1 lron campus Call Cindy or Bill at 372-0687 4-27-4 2 A SARGAINI 2'r/lls, privacy, quiet, 2nd floor dupiel. W/ *nalwasd preh. 428 NW I Ave. S2U8 373-66" after 5. 4 27 4-2 SUPER LOCATION I S apt I block N ol ODome Big yard for lootball parking Earn extra cash 338 1101 4-27 4-2 Sublea.e huge. beautiful 2br/2ta town houseowiil study, close to mall AUF Avait able June I 6520/month 332-4S64 427-4-2 25R/2bati lot condo In quiet NWr pl, in laundry and hook ups 6550 KEY MANAGEMENT 372 30510 28R. 1 1/2 BA SW duplex Extra nice last with 2 big bedrooms, hookups, yard main $3 Great 2BR. 1 1/2 BA townhouse breakfset bar hookups SomE t 325 KEY MANAGEMENT 372 3080 Spactous IR apt downstairs. walk in closet. mini's, gome utilities paid $240 Upstaire 1BA balcony condo, diahwasher. coin laundry $275 Country living in a 28AR duplex. private. air. et ok $276 KEY MANAGEMENT 372 0i0 WALK TO CAMPUS Great 28R apt Hrdwood IoNrs. Inside bike et sage, window coverngs, cantril air $400 KEY MANAGEMENT 372-SO8 427 42 THE TOWEASII Soar about the mundeng; S. UP from private ticry, neatly rtovated b nv's 207 NW I7a St 371-7777 4-27-3-2 $50 ofl rent taiebat, quiet, stylish Barden apt, May 25-July 31. pete of, no de, poelt, close to campus 336.g 3 .7-.c 4 27 3 2 290ISA 8325/mo Phania Aple, c0. to UF/Shands very spacious. year cm unmter lees. gets ok, Call Lee 37*8,i802 Classified Continued on next pageI MS ( i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 14 1 a u e nmew s nee-""''''e~anmws n m4% =4 ===m a 0%e a 0%ma so b 6 6 seae 1% 6 6 6 1 0

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L. ALaSGAtOR. Ilt'JdDAY APW.L26. 1"9) FOR RENT: UNFURN. A 'R 11 2 A quier i co.ven' rl Inc. Ion pool clean IOrmoor Condo 3600 SW I I Ave Iyr lean $400.nla 332 /2S/ 4 2/ 1 2 WOOD FLOORS 1Bdr or 20dr, Now or Fall Walk to UFJI College Park Apis 4 l NW 15th Si 3/1 7 /F 4 2/ 3 2 Subroase huge beautiful 2 Or 2 b Ton houJse With study Close to Mail & U' Available Jos I $520/mconio 332 4664 4 27 4 2 3 1 bedroom apt, private palo, cooral hIa kitchen equipped 425 SE Bih Si $19500 dposr 375 2505 4 27 2 2 Large spacious room for rent big house Two mmute walk To campus Wel ajr con detroned 370 6917 42722 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE 80 Mobile Home for gala Good cond cFrO ac/h!, 2bdr 1 1 oteh part Turn, wash/dry $5500 Ab 373 2227 4 27 4 3 Quiet country living excellent condition 14 X 70 on 2 beautiful acres Euy homne Want land 6 cni N of G ville 485 2730 4 21F 4 3 Moving Must Sell Its? furn ibdriba 1972, grltaflcnd $4500 OBO Cash 336 8984 4 27 23 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. May rent FREE' 2bdr/Zba in OXFORD MANOR Rent summer C w/ option lo Fall Call now 375 1208 lv message 4 2 17 4 Please Help Ue Zbdrfi ba Apt or Sum mer C Use our lurmlur. & pay no dopogitl Reasonable rent 336-8492 4 30 16-4 *** AAAAAHHIHHHHHHHI I I HELPI Sublease a furnished bedroom ONE BLOCK FROM UFI May rent is mxREEI Juno Juy 170 Aug $150 Call 335 2202 leave message 4-27-2 4 Sublease For Summer W/ option for Fall Spacious 2bdr Apt CHEAP RENTI Call 375 8090 4 30-16 4 Reap, quIet n/ needed Own rn in 3bed 1 bathh apt Only 120. I pay the fsa No dep. May Aug Cell 3751354 after pm, Saed 4-30 134 Regency Oaks apt, bdr, large. for more info 378-2202 mOrnmflal and evennig 4. 2712-4 2bdr/lba turn house w fenced yard, wid. central ac, NW 7th Ave, avail May-Aug, $440/mo nag A utli For info call 3354913 4-26-10-4 F lmint NIS to share 2bdrllba apt for summer ti75/mo 1/2 util, walking dilance to UF J77 4244 4 26 10 4 Looking for a great place for surmome( OAKBROOK WALK 3rd 11 single bd/ba May-Juno-July rent $1275damo or reog 37648611 4 25-10-4 -fndmeadow Sbd/3ba, for sublease from May-Augusl with option for tail Call any OT, 336-8315 or 336-0316 4-27-10-4 Lakewood VAll-Sublse May-Aug, furn, bdr. own ba, wahidy attracive and clea.a, only 11242/mio. 335-5589 leave message. 4-27-10-4 Sublebal HOUSE for summerlibdjlba. urn., wood floors, is kitchen, nice yard, 2 ant, bike to campus. $440 373-462 4-30-10-4 .Qxford Mnr own bd/ta, turn. waslvdry tric n Sublet summer C 371-6237 4.30-0-4 QAKhROOR I Own your own cond for almeet no mny downiakb over pmns,Fuly Fund wash/dryr.call Craig 37$-Selt Iv message 4-34-10-4 -Ahy rent 1reel bdr/iba in BOlWoy Manor. ret tar sumfner wtptiwi of reslew in fall. Secure. quiet, adult Community, 827&pMM 371-720 4-30-10-4 SURF/PARTY house 1320 NW and Ave net %; Rocky Roceoc Term 6/5g, $110 m. 1/6 uil Call M3-12f3. 4+27-9bioasUs t F C Calt Apt tarse j=2M o adlt, mesr late ached. beutiu May FREEI Call 3M4-0184 4. SUBLEASE: HISE/APT NS F 'a have own master balh & bedim or only SI SOmo & 1/2 ull Need from May I Aug 15 Op lor fai Call Kim136 3936 4 30 9 4 I brm apI 5 blocks from UF Subtel all summer (May Aug) $245/rno, Palm Say Apt. Call 378 2629 leave message 4 27 7 4 FREE MONTH RENT1 avail May Ihru Aug 15, close to campus, poolside, 2bd1 be, nicel Call 374 6917 lVe message 4-27 7 4 ** *C**C CWpndmeadows CCC CC .C. Sublet Hbd,2ba of 3bd/3ba SVIO/mo rent ntg 335 2144 Ask for Jill or Jult. 4 27 7 4 Sorority Annex apt 1 bdr/1b, blk to UF, central a1 mo tree for Summer C Only $225/m Call John 371 7893 4 27 7 4 Summer sublet May 15 Aug 15 nice spa calus ibdIba api 3 blocks Irom campus 1621 NW 3rd P 03 $225/mo lease op lion 336 6850 alir 10 4 27 7 4 OXFORD MANOR Sublease for, option for C 3bdr3ba, washer/dfy,, also turn for sale., please call 377-8287 4-27-6-4 Roomy 2bdr/a W/ replace, near cam pus. spacious new carper, Ic kitchen low until pay only 8290/mo This is I1 336 4224 4-26-5-4 I BLOCK from CAMPUS 3bdfbalh House Washer/dryer, very clean and so cure Behind Norman Hall $175/m1h for bdr Price Vary Negotiable Call 376 5869 Summer only 4 2 S I BLOCK from Campusi 3Bdrm/bath House Very clean washer/dryer across street Need Summer renter for vacant room $2001l PRICE Very Neoiabi, Call Heather 376 589 46-5 4 GATORIOWN Pool view Huge 2bdr/1 112 be May-Aug $330/mo negotiable Call Ellen or Lisa 371-4840 evningSou 4-27-6 Oak Forest spacious furnished I bdr available May Aug Rent Negotlable Call 336-3973 4-27 6 5 Spyglass sub 1 2 or all 3 bdr/ba Irom May July Renewable great place to live Fabulous pool area Call immed 335 2830 4-20 5 4 SUBLEASE HSE/APT $125/Iro BIG blue mi in g ojso 3I k frm UF HI clngs wood Irs Fall option share baw/ I person big porch & vnd aO 376 9145 4 26 5 4 Brandywere furnished own mair badfbalh Call 371 3595 ask for Mike or leave ms sage 4-25 5 4 Great lOmlhi s0 C se private 2 Inda 0 Pots C terace pool Turn 4 sale 0 Suimmropl You will Love living herl only $329/mo 371-2141 4 26 5 4 O#N ROOM A BATHOeS Or summer, very spacious apt, beautiful duck pond, pool, laundry need Fmil small pi15 Ok Rent 517S negotiable Ph 371 -4055 4 27-2-4 SUMMER A. orC 1 or 2 F NS Rmmts Large bdr, own ba Pine Tree Gardens, Rent neo Plea., leave nrelsagol 3304387 4-27 6-4 May rentFREE' 3bm(Sba in Oxford Manor rNt summer A 8 or C wi option for Fall Call 375 5871 IV Mes sage 4 Z7 6-4 2bdr 2Ih apt al Oxford Manor for $400/mo neg MUST sublease by May (can even takeover rent in Aug) 375 4201 after 5pmr 4 27-8-4 Sublease for summer Beautiful house, liblin from, cam pus Own room furnished $l00nO & 114 utilities 371 2343 4 26 5 -4 n/f u bIe room in 19 3bdr/3ba house w/glaraga, quiet area, must see, close to Fw/parklng spot incl Rent nog 371 8243 Paul 4-27 5-4 Summer Sublet Mt Vernon apts Zbd,2ba iwoh, less than In' a UF & Shands 375 5694 4 27 5 4 Sublease Summer C ibdr ,n 312 hbs milde from 1/F in sCoe trully nbI wshr/dry, ac, carport $125 nego Call 378 4198 4 27 5-4 Sublease 2bdlla save $150 clean apt walk dIet to UF/Shands $360mo 2 pools May Aug opt to lease cell Amy & Magan 374-8790 4-27 5-4 PINE TREE GARDENS 2bdr/2be sub leaae or re-rent for summer, fal option, rent nag Please call 336-8349 4-27 5-4 Mill Run twntae. 2bdr/l1o/2ba. Summer C, price n 336-8784 4 27-5 4 Village Park French Quarter SPECIAL SUMMER RATES 2 Bedroom from $245.00 ALSO LEASING FOR FALL 3 Pools b 3 Laundries Ceiling Fans SO a Flexible Leasesrs Study Hall & Ree Hall sy A Student Community minutes from Campus & Shoppimng 1001-999 S.W. 16th Avenue 378-3771 9-4.30 weekdays -t SUBLEASE: HSE/APT OAKBROOK WALK Snare 2bdr2ba O, Summer A $200rmo .1/2 ui iies -%QC dep umishod 3rd Iloorono view Susan 3/4 0019 leave message 4 26 4 4 Rocky PI Apt ONLY $1 30mio females needed subleasing 2 huge Fred In a 3bdrf2ba apt May 4 Aug 15 Ann or Rene 335 6493 4 27 5 4 ** Need roomiOs 4r2ba House ** rBEAUTIFUL Spacious ** ONLY 1/2 TilK fm campus ** 1SOmo CALL 372-55/4 4 27 5-4 Right across from Campus, 1 C12 F rmmotj wanted For summer c Own room in beau Il 3 gdrri rrlplex behind B Ki'g Call 330-0411 4 27,5 4 PoiT West 341h sublease May Aug 2br fully Turn POOLSIDE Itmle to UF $445/month Call Kevin or Walt 378 2144 4 27 5 4 Subleasee Snow WhIle cotage a/c for summer or longer Charing 70 year old I bedroom duple I block E of No,mei" Hall Call eve 376-1417 4 275 4 Fall Semester Sublet, 2br/ls, fully turn Camelot short walk 10 law school 372 0661 4-27 4 4 ARLINGTON SQUARE 2bd/2b., turn, all ammen included, rent neg Call 3744593 4 27 4 4 ** OWN ROOM ** Trnshd Twn house apt e/ wtr td Half mile to UF REST OFFER Call Jim 377-9653, lveressage 4 27 4 4 Sundown Studio sublease lor summer unji July 31, nfurn ,$222/mo 373-895C 5 10 13 ACROSS Type of muffin Circus figure Fart -Cal -with 15 Arehitect Jones 16 Marsupi, for short 17 Subterfuges 19 Cutfing tool 20 Store, as grain 21 Erato, for one 22 Fornm ll 23 Aly denIzen 25 Conetoga 27 The Toronito Ce have The blues? 30 Ending with Capri 31 Pub sing 32 "Honest 33 Certain 35 Coot Kays 38 A snail, for one 40 Tone reiteration 41 Reportersa goal 42 Neey 43 Ori.ntal cooker 44 Switch posItion 45 On In years 46 Choir voice 47 Peg 49 Ue some ortia gowns 52 Uris novel, with **Ths' 53 Afty Capl, wife 55 Ruined 59 Orel's river 0 ki0d of worker 62 Oumnho. 63 Canadian 64 &rownlsf gray 5 Squids squrt 8 N"eal-sownind V7 Spot for a 3 4 show co e B"n -' -l.one Onoaga -a -~ 5 Shooing match, at Versailles 6 Work on cartoons 7 Small 8 Some are 9 Fragrant liquid 10 Miami stkdimj 11 CopAd ball score 12 Bakers -. 14 Song: Comb. form Is Seep study a b 24 Stopper 26 Grad 27 Doorway side 20 it's -1" 29 West Indlies food fish 33 Mansas, the Stat. 34 Function 35 Hit sign 34 Smudge 37 Ono 39 "with Father ",-w-n, r r r r E SUBLEASE: HE/APT LAKEWOOD VILLAS need 2 to sublease May Aug turn IN Isadr $460/mo & uWill w/d cable free 338 8465 IV Me 4 27 4-4 SPYGLASS Sub lease MayAug us BRAND NEW Vedr12ha townhouse fur nished, must see, please leave message 33R 8254 4-27 4 4 ibdr in OXFORD MANOR Rent summer C w/ option for tall Price rico .GREAT location by pool Greg 377 6070 4 27 44 MIF 2bd/2ba Plos Get maetcr bdr, sauna, poea, wtrm, north $310 CallHenk and get summer rate $210 Wa/dry Call 407 304 6701 4-274-4 WALK TO CAMPUS Oakbrook Walk Sublease for summer, fully turn 2bd/ba. wa/dry, micro, pool, avail May 5 $3001mo 371 7830 4 2744 Sublease lbdrs in 3bd/2ba $14O/Mth Towne Parc May 10-July 31, May reni free, furnished bdrm Call 33-s1046 IV message 4-26 3-4 PRIME LOCATION sublet may aug 1blt uf/tiger I bdr. clean. ceAt aw/c carpet. plag $290/mo 370-6391 lv. map. 4-2M-3-4 Private bus to/from UF/SFCC, Itbdr/iba lor summer sublease apt, turn, clean, wash/dry, must sublese, rent neg Call 378-7620 4.27-4-4 2-3 bdr house, bike to campus, hardwood floor, ceiling fans huge backyard, $425/mo 3710-s5 lv Message 4-27-440 Cylonl aborighne 42 Lae some skirts 45 Accommodate 46 ConfuSed 47 Hindu loincloth 48 Like th, bucket of Song 50 French nobleman 51 Slauglter of baseball 54 Straiss' "Oe Frau Schan" 5N YOe Nl" 57 Sped 58 Of an histoc time 61 English came" city ASWER TO PREVIOUS PUZE: -IB ~ A-k I Is -un DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trade Michel Jaffe rie k-I.-

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SUBLEASE: HSiE/APT 2?dri2ba summer least Country Village. urnished or unturm. close to UF. large PnT nego Option for fall 378 7790 lv mes 4 27-4-4 Oxford Manor ibd avail May 7, option for renewal in Aug NICeO. clean. 4 gray car pat Apgenough for twol Cal 378-6515w IFO 4 27--4 le For reani, 2br/llba. woodifors, lots of space, Iblk from Tigart/Narman. 5158115 Super nlo. call 395-M834 or 3059172 4 27-4-4 REGENCY OAKS, sublet Ibdr sum B for $100 A 1/3 utt Call 37l-4804 Iv message 4 28-24 MONEYII Sublease 2bdrMni/2ba api One month free and no dealtl Lease MayAug 14 Call 372-3417 leave message MAY FREE! Quiet. .pWc"ous 2br Georgetown api for suu. close to campus, shopping, bus, pool, central air, mod appliances 371-IN7 4,27-34 MAY FREEI Subjet Oak Bcokwalk aptfor sum flex liv, awrangemants, fully turn, wt micro, w/d. VCR 371-10*7 *C*Hawalian VIIg 8300/mo 2 bedroom/baMb Really nice and big. Must see Close to UF Calt 33fl4 anytime 4 27 3-4 *eBEHINO NORAN** 2 rooms, S105 and $I IS/mo FULLY FURNISHEO real roommate Call 371-75fl (Summr) 427 3-4 NIS F to sublet 2bdrm w d a/c, d/w 2 i from Suldi Also need rmmt apt for summer, Shands, ,175/mo In fall 335-561 SUBLEASE: HFE/APT N/S Female sublease Summer A Ba r C for $100 a 1/2 u1ibiis Call Joanna or Monica at 335-5560 4 27 3 4 Apt in the LAURELS CHEAP, Summer Ae or C Ask for CARLA or MELINDA 335-5422 4-27 3 4 WINDMEADOWS m as torbed room/bath $1351 335693 keep trying 4 27 3-4 SW Area IBDR,1A Apt $200/mo thrur July SI 335-4870 4-27-3-4 ***OAKBROOK WALKi*** NO DEP REQ May-July. I bd 4 ba 3rd I, .urn. pool. 1-2 rmme. $150/mo Lesodi 377 6307 4-27-3 4 OXFORD MANOR SUBLEASE. Main bdr avail Summer C $200/mo, aefos from pool 371-1617 Lv Msg 4-21-3-4 **l -k anything Oak Forest -Sublet 1b in Obd/2 1/2 ba townhouse for summer C. Living area turn Make an ofter please SI90/mo SI/3 alec obo Call Doug 335-2581 4-27-3 4 ***** RENT NEGOTIAB.ElI ***** FF NS needed for own bedroom & bath In 2b apt Summ'r C in Point West Call 373-1562 leave ag. 4.27-3-4 ONE BLOCK FROM UF 2b,/iba 2nd floor sublease May Jun, lease renewable, 8325/mo Call 375-8650 or 372-1494 427-3-4 SUBLET From May 7 to July 28 Isdr in 2bdr/l 1/2 be apt. Landmark Only $300 for summer L oil Call 372-6076 4-27-3373-FIND BUT iT. SELL ff. AND if. Allgator ClassIeds Salow prodcb. .rvlo., )obs, etc to be lised in a drectorto ma &linsI for ed Wrs tofind your ad A simple orm explains the step-by-sap manner in which to place an ad and will help you deb.,gne dhe cost Our Clasueid Advertising staff will be happy to Alllgatlr Climeds may be placed In a number of ways: if you hwen a valid Masrcad or Visa, you carn place your ad by tolephonoig S74-FIND between 6:00 and 4 00 pm 2. 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ThmamenhmFIod rnceve we S moa ae a acle pg olS th ulbiyOf y d Sil1 ff a.ed felr pu d. and tetanw.tie ight to dit retie, delqy -r -40 my flverten sop sunhd SUBLEASE: HSE/APT ROOM 4 RENT furnlshed In huge house Ibtk from UF avail May I -Aug 1 St851/mol obo Call Greg a! 373N-83 1320 NW 2nd Ave 4-27 3-4 M/F for 2bdr/I 1/2 b turn living/dining with opt to buy brm turn Only $205 mer campus, avail 5/110-/15 Call 338 8648/335-3516 4-27-3 4 MAY FREE own mrm In huge 26d/1 112 ba In NW area 5 min to UF $168 So & 1/2 uil F grad-stud as rmnt 372-9502 IV raSO 4-27 3-4 LAURELS, SUMMER C, 3b*d3ba micro. waahtdyer, turn avail, other amenities. $550 335118 4-27-3-4 Steal the mostincredfble, luxuriou. clean & really cheap Sbdr apt in Gville for summar Oxford Manor 335-0873 4-27-3-4 F N/S for own room in Sionsbldgs No pets $1 75/mo 1/4 utI 377-0 02 Lisa 4-27-3-4 RM IN THE LAURELS (summer w/opl to renew) in 2bdr/2ba Brand Near Apt All extaae, Ist Wimo Nego 335-5548 or 335 I tSS 4-7-3-4 *WINDMEADQWS APTS HUGE 2Sed/2fath sublease for summer w/ option for Pall, urfurn Call for info 334218 4-27-3-4 Sublet for summer Own room in NW home, close to UF, $100/mo (reg $175)4 1/3 utlI Calt 335-1208 4-27-3-4 Sublease for summer A & 6 2bd, garage apt, one block from campus, $315 a month Call 338-4539 and leave ressage 4 27-3.4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT F N/S needed 10 Sublet sum A or thru 7/31 im Oak Forest $130 25/mo & utIM, share room w/ own ba Call Tammy 335-2960 4-27 3 4 SUBLET MAY RE NT FREE at STONERfDGE for summer 3bdr/2 1/2 be LET S DEAL Call 336-0529 4-27 3 0 Nice, cheap 2 emm!e to sublease 3bdrt3ba turn condo S120/mo avail May July Pool wid in Casablanca 33S-0101 4-27-2 4 STONE RIDGE ISUBLE T Ined 'wi privy bath furn in 3d2 l/2b townhouse 200 1/3 uti or beat oiler 335-0079 IV massaga 4-27-2-4 Sublet House in NE Own Bedroom and Bath Nice June and July wroption leelmo + 1/3 utIl 377-65g Mike 4-272-4 OAKBROOK WALK own bdr/ba. washiry. micro. fully turn Move In now for Only $Im/mo r $3S/mo) Call fl-2* 4-27-2-4 Lakewood Villas Sublease any port of summer Rent negotiable Call anytime at 355-4591 4+27-2-4 Sublease Summer Oxford Manor, 2bdr/2ba, plsde, furnished, wash/dry, near gym 336-1241 4-27-2-4 Sublease Summer C Oxford Manor Fully urn. 2 ldr/2a in a 3 bdr apt 5200/mo Oll. Amy 335-8307 Lv Meas, 4-27-2-40 CAMELOT 2bdlba unlur Good Locationi 1425/mo no dep Taxe over lease-nds in Aug For more info, call 37-02M 4Ml Ui l ONL soo Me I I I II'll I I ~ tiI I I I I II I I I I -I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I IlI| I I I II I I Il I I I Ili i i I I I I I ~I I I I Ii iii 'i I I | aMC $.OL I u III| I -1. r I FN -SK 'I-or t: Wnwsrad __ Miae enastahim 4 4e "mag. ---. "1 212. typn 5-eies _14. a a ss Ivs' U. Man a st 4 Dmpe-,-1l,40 I Oae ---8ISM na-onal 4ADeayme.Iaq SaeS THURSDAY, APRI10M DOM uGAOl.i 1, SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Husg bedroom, coitlng fans wood loors, screen porch large yard Walk to Lw 6225 sublease Partly Furnished 375 1550 4-272 4 M/F own master brm,huge Closel,vaulted ceilirgs.vclose to UF,NICE $195ng Sublease summer w/tall option Tracy373 0419 4-27 2 4 Hawaiian Village summer c own Fm in 3bdi2ba apt $15/mo I 1/3iIiI Call Jeft 373 0848 4 27 2 4 SPYGLASS summer sublet C, 2bdi/2b*. MAY FREE thru md Aug. BRAND NEW partially turn 335-538 4 27 2 4 Subler/Assume lease, May-July 2bdr/2be, Ibik from UF central heatac. wood floors. cailno fan. 5500/mo Ty 371-793 4 27-2-4 $140 May Aug, opt to slay in quiet. clean, furn or unI big down ba. pool + 2 Ia doata. Again only 6140/mo Amy 332 470M 4-27-2-4 OOMASTER RM/BASeS New Spyglass, OulEti Furn, waterbed. wash/dry $230 nag 334 0022 4 27 2-4 Sublease May-Aug Sunnay Apts 2bd Pri nag 317 932 4 27 2 4 Subtet 2brtlba, May halt price May Aug IS. $330/mo nag Close I UF, pool S a duck pond calf 376-7412 4-2-1-4 OXFORD MANOR STEAL only 0349/mo nog for 2b/f2b furnish"4 Summer a only Call 371-297 Leave message if not home. 4-28-1-4 S ROOMMATES BRANDYWINE -FURNI 2bd/lIba, acuzzl, sauna, wt room, huge pool. 1/2 m to JF. $230/mo to, own room 1'2 cable until. 372-2857Denrils 4-302-5 Fine Unfurn room In clean, quiet NW 32 House 4 ni UFfSFCC, Waser. Cable. Micto. No Pets $15/mo A 1/3 Ut 378649N 4-3012-5 Mile Run-ns studious m,, semi-turn condo, central h.t/ac. pool, t.n n'swas/dry Start anytime Call coil.o 305-204-3094 4-27-10-5 Muslcians/Artista coy 3 bdrad bungalow needs (2) social creatures to make it veble $150 fireplaces, perch, 2 baths 3771510 4-27-5-5 Classifleds. Continued on next page. --4ssae SI.ea -e asa -jw

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2. AIIAJNR. TRU RSDAY. APRIL 26, 1940 ROOMMATES N,S rn drinking F liberal minded 1o shre oado 2bdr/ 1 be apT near UF A Oaks Mall $1 /5 & 1,2 uti 33? 0653 4 30 9 5 MIF for 2dr,2ba i OXF ORO MANOR May rent FR-EI Available 5/7 w/ option for Fall 3/5 1208 IS message 4 27 0 5 M/T AmMI Booded for spacious 2bdr, 1 b apt at Piccadilly Apts Central ac porch pool and more $210/mnih & 112 uit Call Richard 335 5584 4-30 9-5 SPYGLASS need m/ n/s roommate for furnished 3bd/3ba aT' complete with washidry 335 5742 4 27 0-5 3 room. in NW home, wash/dry 2ba close to UF, $150 180 A 1/4 uiil. M n/s Turn avail 335 2891 4 2775 2 MIF Rmmts Needed for Summer SiarT 5/4 4bd/2 1/2 be Pmetree Gardens $135/mo A 1/4 util Dep nag 335 511 9 after Spm 4 27 7-5 PINETREE GARDENS F rmmt. own bdr $140imo A 1 4 ut Call 336 6947 4 27 7 5 F n/s needed to share 2bd/2ba apt, urn, in Brandywine $137; mo If want own rm rent neg Avail May 4 Call 335 9845 4 27 5 5 Summer C/B 2 large rooms in very nice 4br house fully furnished, near campus, real yard $175 200 & ut, Piy Call Laura 372-8094 4 28 5-5 For summer, F meet needed in 3bri3ba Windmeadows apt, you11 get own room/bait, br $200mo Call 336 7909 4 27 6 5 AMMT Wanted to share labulous abdr FrouSe directly across ODome $t 75/mo & ?'4 uTil 373 6299 4 26 S 5 F NIS for summer May 8-Aug 15, Quiet hmrts, w/d, enis, rb nice big api, own m, hr ba $I50/mo t4 ueIl 332 2383 4-28 5-5 Oxford Manor roommate needed Only $1 75/mo A unit Across from pool & gym Own masCer bdr W/ bath Call Lisa 335 3696/ 130 downstairs 4 26 5 5 M/F 3 blocks to campus Three Oak apt tree waterbed, own room $205/mrth May Aug no deposit red 371 -6582 4 27 6 SI bndrm W/ oath in 3/2 house furnished hardwd firs fence, pets o. Cuel, 1 m, to UF, I look is all it will take $225 375 ?P69 4 26 5 5 F/M NIS for nice 26d11ba spi $150 1 deposit and 1/2 utl Call DENISE for more info 375-1972 please leave message 427 6 5 ROOMMATES BRANDYWINE 2F N/S needed 1oshare rm, 2bdr/Iba fully turn, pool, St 0/omo & 13 until, near IF 373 0024 4 2/ 6 5 F NIS quiet & compulsively clean Own room 3/2 t/ townhouse Casablanca East $15/mo Jennifer 374 9942 4 27 6 5 Oxford Manor $150/mo Summer A 8 C Own rn and bath, unfurn 335 6336 4-27 5 5 NIS F to share a 2bdrs be apt May Aug, own bdr. quiet area, 17Sw/mO ./2 ail Rent nsg 335 3745 0 27-5-5 Oxford Minor need I or 2 rmmis, 5/4 8/15 furn masrernd 2br/2ba, $200/mo ull Leta neg 373 2496 275-5 HUGE rm in victoran -hurnedo mansion avail May I nag rent nc until Laura 377 1527 days 373 9784 eyes IV Msg 4-27S5 F n/s serious student, private bd in nice older home, central at, 2bfk from UF $165 .share Uti 378 5897 or 378 1292 4 27-S-5 Own Room in 3br house 5 mn walk to campus Summer A.B or C MF no pro Terred 148/mo .113 util Call Now 373 5190 4-27-5-5 F '/s 10 share bdifba apt. furn $140/mo + 1/2 ilI Needed as soon as possible Call Lisa 335 4230 lv mag 4 27-5 5 POLOS I need M/f 10 sublease own room in 2bdr/2ba turn ap RenI is neg starling summer A Please call Mike a 335 5218 4 27 5 5 *CSNOed neal F NIS to Shave 3BD apt for summer B Own ED share bath t SB/month 1/3 ulties Two great room 185 375-000 C27 5.5 1 BDRM in 2/b apt close to campus $165 + 1/2 utilyou keep my deposit 5/1 9 W/ apI to renew call 373-5294 for more io 4-27--5 F Tm wanted to share 3bdr/2ba turn room in Regency Oaks $S50/mo .l/t until Laura 372 2807 4 27 5 5 N/s met for summer $101 25/mo. walking distance to UF, 2d/1 r/2 ba twhs, pets Ok Call Beth 376 5598 4 2/ 5 5 OAK FORE ST t n/s rmmt, own turn mstr bdr w/privale be and balcony summer avail May 1 $240/mO + 1/2 util-call 33S 8770 4-27-4-5 Own bedroom and bath summer C March wood 2 story 3bdr turn Sxc bdr, poolside very nice $200/m Call Dan 335 5351 427-4-5 ROOMMATES IBR availlate Apr orMay1 targehuse washer/dryer centaI air S hear 200) mo & 113 uil Prefnr creative artist or progress sive politics aOr grad strident Call 318 4716 4 47 4 5 NAMF YOUR RENT141i own room furn a/c wash/dry Woodgate Manor Summer special also need roommate for fall/sporg Call now 332 4333 desperatelill 4 26 3 5 N/S rn needs rMet 10 share quiet. woodsy, urn. NW home Avail May Aug $100/mo A 1/2 util 372 9858 4 27 4-5 **LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK** Brand new, completely turn, walk to Uf, I or 2 F rmmas for 2BT/2Se condo for summer *?or fall European hitch W mlero, wes/dry, meld service, asch rIly, much More Call Denise 375-4541 4 27 4 5 **BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK ** Walk to up. need I or 2 A for 2BrI2Be condo Luxurlous, completely turn. maid service, dishwash. wash/dry. micro Great view Call Doave 375.4541 4 27 4 5 M, N/S par grad/med/law stud to share 2bd large house, own bathroom 4147 NW 75th St $200 Call today1 373 2810 4 26 3 5 I need 2 rmmts for fallispring at 4aw Vill 3bdr/2ba $170 MSt bdr. own be $159 own bdr, share ba Jennifer 395 8559 4 27 4 5 Graduatinrig In the fall and need a F/NIF roommate to share an apartment with Gimnme a call ELAINA 330 01 17 4 27 4 5 Need N/S F to share room/ba. $160/mo A 1/4 util Oxford Manor Call 372-5924 427 4-5 Ownrroom Summer A in 2bd/ Iba apt close to campus Fully furnished, suit graduate student $150 A 1/2 June utilities (the rest paid) Call 338 1856 4 27 4-5 Mature n/s for GREAT house in quiet NW Clean, urn 3bdr, c/air, wash, more $175 A /3 until 2 ml UF Call Karen 374 9297 4 27-4-5 May's rent free Regency Oaks Female Roommate for summer C 3bd/2ba furn Call Janet or Martha 395 9083 4 26-35 I need a roommnalo for summer own room in 2bdrm 1 1/2 bath townhouse furnished w/ king size waterbed $175/mo Call 335 5759 4-26-3-5 DUCKPOND -hs dEt M/F to share apt -very roomy, great loci Youl love ti $1 75/mo 372 4129 for more into 4-27 4-5 ROOMMATES $250 mo Rockwood F en roommaresf for suImer Master or and study Dogs allowed tracy 335 4/36 4 2/ 4 5 LIBERAL n/s mt needed Summer C own ii rr'rnornfurin bdrm in Homestead Ap P $172 50/mo & 1/2 ut-Is Call 33649S9 WIN 4 27 4 5 The Gardens' m/t rmit lor May Aug, lur own bdr/ba in 2/2 1/2 tnos1, UF/SFCC enirl located Call Mindy 332 3096 4-27 4-5 HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, need I rmmtfr fall in 2bdr/1ba api overlooking pond 3369478 4 27 4 5 * ** *** A** **** ****tA. OXFORD MANOR m/f jb/3b LUXURY APT (Many Exiras) Furn/upsir rn ONLY $185/mo Sum C CALL 377 2970 Iv msg 4 27 4-5 F/M Fmt own rm 3/2 house, firep, hdwd foors spacrous, very nice a blks N of O'Dome $158 33/mo A UF Summer w; fall option 378 1081 4 27 4 5 F rmmiI IR in 3R api summer C $186 Spacious, pool, courts, May rent free Call Julie Lv MAg 378-6591 4 27-3-5 WALK TO CAMPUS gbdr s avail in nice 4bdr house next to law school $175/mo A util 5/1 to 8/I Mike 375 0251 4-27 3-5 1 BLK F RM UF Mort for house, no pets n/s quiet, or sum rent $175/mo or $125/mo i share rm a ue Call373 1242 4 27 3 5 Roommate needed to share 3bedrm apt a' Vizcaya 1/2 mile from US $160/mo A 1/3 util Own room avail begin of MayJuly, great for summer A Call 371-968 4-27 3-5 Fun, responsible fem roommate needed for own room in part turn apt for summer $155/month & 1/2 util 331-6862 4 27 3 5 Oxford Manor great location ful/urn F mint needed Fall 90 Must be stud neat, resp nonsmoker 2bdr $247/mo Call CJ 377 1792 4 273 5 Oxlord Manor F/NS own bd/ba for summer Ren Negotiable Call JoAnn 371 2096 4-27 3 5 N/S for own room in 3br SW house wi/d, garage, fenced yd, eir/heat. dishwasher, Soon 10 UF/Shands $135 S 1/3 util 3301914 4-27-3-5 SPYGLASS I rrnmt pbd/aba beginning Fall mesa 4 27 3 5 wanted to share 336 9506 leave ROOMMATES Ventura Apis Sublel for summer Todr Central PI/aC, no sec'dep May Aug $275/mo Call & leave message 336 4016 4 27 3 5 Pref/F For Mester Bdr in 2bdr/2bth apt at Regency Oaks Near campus, 1/2 unit tennis court A pool Celt Amy 372-7627 4-27 3 5 Priced to Aentl 2 N/S nrmna wanted to share 4bdr/2b. apt */ riendly romics Walk to UF, w/ central ee, avail May July, $125/m A 1/4 Util 371 -9363 4-27 3.5 M N/S ,mmt needed for bdr w/ cable a phone in NW home $230 covers ail. w/ wa/dry 1et 1/2 no free 371-7703 4-27 3 5 M/F N/S rmtr to share 2bd/ ohs apt in French Quartet for summer Free turn aval if needed $135/Ao utIH 371-235 4 273-5 **ATTEN FUN 8 RESPON MIF RMMT WANTED ** Own bdr/ba In 3bdr/3ba Now Windmeadow Apt 3356042 4 27 2-5 Rmmt needed lo, Summer C, Have the place to yourslt Summer B. 3bika from OF, wood floors. fully furn. 377-7489 4 Did You Know? by TohKsru, alinmy -ri Contract, ret sle goods vowed it oWr $S0 00 must -e made In writing. So about (ontract for sIcas? Quasuen if you contract Be a sake (ov .ia pl~ilaf ema~nt bI a dmer W an upon findn a problem dhe fee nre abave $5000 doe int dC r have to pIi or cowrs o t is verbal agrsYat ndocMem since it S The MAILBOK RULE provide that icceptarce a4 a contract jff' bm v.1id a[ta tli.m, of dispatch Into a recogrnued mas of transmIsslon Fer eilampl, it you ac.p in one ty ma, your ccaptanC ursi~ -you cut il the mailbo., e~, it pa later dedde us roeet the ere b dshe mad ,.achet Its deslrnatlcr irwgie ial A spouse's conviction AT a raony IS an absiolute ground foT diverc. What If Ue o .anred the person alter the c nrktlan and widh fu bno.*g. a it? Tom Kurria Attorney Criminal Defense DUI 200 W -ni CnevlFt 3240) (904) 375-44S THE MOBILE GDL.OEsH Buy A N il I? S -~ S .4 At by Brett Schroeder I General Public I fl ra-L.y .IN CP4W OKt IN 4 Il OF A Vl.oi4. V. 'C by Greg James Smith cm ~ a = -m ENW INEld~l!RTrw+ -foo lc n ci:rn nl 12 STOP ri -NM a'l work wwk PF;II Me M QM"11i AW vm8 oggsentif,/ PAiN'l =tl orA r

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ROOMMATES iowk*ood Villas MINS, mastarbdrm & omin fully turn, nic. aneniti., avail May I for seous student, $210A 1/3 Ut 336 0?29 4 27-3-5 share Woodland Villa for Summer A, en I I upstairs a yourS (bath a two roorys) 12401mO & 112 nil 332-3*35 4-27-3-5 165/moi P0105 & 1/2 Ji Own D.d bath, W/d. A 51 the other *xtas M/F for sum A & B or C. contd ttru fall 335 /736 42735 Mastorbdr/study 1100/mO + 1/2 until Spacaus turn house Share w/ ti/s F grad 3 12 9956 4-275 M wanted for summer c Own room with balcony in 3br/2ba ner UF $120.00/mo ulis Call 373-2Mfl 4-27-2-5 .*** We noed F N/S Sor FALUSPRING 'or own bdr in Hbdr 2he Haw51in Vill S i4mo +113 Uit Call use 374.9630 **** 4-27-2-6 Own bd/ba In /E 1/2 CONDO Caseblanca East wvsh/dry.iicrofdish. *&shor & morall E171+ l/ ugn Cindy 37I-2461. 4-27-2-5 Village Parkrmmt needed, own bdr. M ,NS, for SUmMCV C, $140/mo, share ,i Rent ng 373-3190 Janet 4-27-2-S F NS needed desparately for fell in 3bd Sba in Otktoinst $210 month + 1/3 utl Call 39S-6459/leav* message 4-27-2-5 Vizcaya MWF ns Master hdr/ba close to campus $7llSlno & 1/3 UtIl Avail May I U call Maria at 373-6167 any tInm, May neg 4 212-5 Rmmt Wanted to share 2bd/ baApt. 1/2 AT SW Aree $tS/,mo. Will negotiate Ca, Tracy or Michelle. 3S-4201. 4.27-2 OXFORD MANOR $203'month W6O Sommer AB.C Ufirn Own room and balh. Great loctioni Melane 336-0020 4-27-2-5 OAKFOREST m/r May-A ver clean, own dalm bath Fre, tide to Campus. very roomy quiet neighbor 338-790 Jeff 4-27-2-5 Imt nseded for summer C Own rno & bath n 3br/2b apt $160/mo + /S utl in Hawaiian Village Rudy 373-0848 or 3325715 4 28 1-5 Roommate wanted to She. 2M 1 1/2 ba townhouS. $16/mo Fece4 yard. pets Ok avail May 1 Jet at SS-4540 lv mfg w'a agelm" AKS MALL 'UMlffmyl W 3314MIs dIS.='Wiffs~e. amn ire aut Wlt -ee'5ire: .A M. *Jd Ora 6 FOR SALE TYPESETTER Varityper 5410 2 Disk drive. 2 fllm caSsecte, 2 lIM canniaters Factory reconditioned, unused in past 2 yra Perfect for small typesetling lObs Good machine for small type shop Sys tem includes 3 rale 6 In RC Film A 6 Font diSks $3,500 000 Call The Alligator at 373-9926 For more info Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 More brands are alt at our New .ocationi Car Stereo Speciaiists 3215 NW 13 St 372 2070 4-30-75-6 Rockford. Fogate, Yameoha Planeer Infnity, Kicker. Code Alar .The *eat Car Sterlo Installere in town. Car Slerec o Go. 375-1834 4-30-75-8 CAR ALARMS installed rmle control any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Call 336-g193student lV message CarAlarma,Autopeg. Chapman Home and Car $feree. Pineer, Smnsui, She,Aded, and mare We Seal All Pricesi 373-37". 4-30 80-6 MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376 146 Editor-a choice CompuAdd Northgate H P Price same or lower than mail order Systems below include imb, 40mb (2tma). graphics monitor. MC 285/12 -$1195, Packard Bell $1295, MC SWaX -$1495, Norlhgate 366/20 82399 PB 288 laptop w/ he a battery 61 09 CoMpuAdd 10 W/ 20mb graph ice motor -$970 1 A 3 year warranties Onite warranties Panasonic IIO printer -$185. HP Laser Jet lip $1049 3743 W University Ave 4-30-65-6 FUTON & FRAME SALE From only $200 per set CAll Mail377-5450 4 30-2 6 Bedroom, living room & dining room turns ture 4 seale All In excellent condition I Call 372-8820 leave message 4-26-106 VITAMINS ARE CHEAPER AT GAINESVILLE GYM 325 amino acid tablets $1700201 NW th St 376-8400 4-27 56 Modern dining table S chairs. leather desk chair, Oft wood bar, canvas hammock wm stand, speakers Call Michelle 375 t208 4-27-86 IBM SYSTEM 35 Model 5312 40 Me Disc spae 128 K Memory Two 5291 CAT Ter minale Call Mike 336-6590 bemeen 6 30 and 5pm 4-27-7-6 MUST SELLI Bd turn bed, dresser, chest at drawers, nightlabie, plus 2 boOkcaseS Price nag Call 335-358 4-27-71112111 M'' I SO (4:30 U0 Sil 73SO. lOIS SUW 1 MMY (MC) I.of LS 15 0 .0$. 7 O4 95N -f Pqs (3) 2 00 I50 2 all 7 45. 9 65 -.tot ) 1 I45 e $2 50), 8 00. 10 15 v.8 S. EFO-M-8ma .mm&0 m Lou D~ TODAY INflj Ut T U F~e6Tht is 1M: on 115 7:16'18 -awbSSa 8,,$. 6 I 0. t. 7 .w.e. sas= mor .*FOR SALE For sato large dorm size GE refrig Call 335 2104 eves In great shape FOR SALE St20 4 26 6 64 GRA GRADUATING selling dresser, desk and chawr-Matching Set $100 must self call 335 4531 Ask for Donna 4-27 6MUST SELL 48 inch Mits TV. Bedroom Shaped couch, and many more items 373 6820 4 27-6-6 Excel cond while bedroom seat Desk w/chair, corer table S dresser Only $17S obo Call 336-0617 ask For Ivette 4-27 5 6 BIKE Molebecane, men. 10 speed. EX TRAS In good condition Selling for $g0 Pleas cell 377 1316 425-3-86 Washer dryer $160, bike Sopeed cruiser $75, Fender asgc guitar 8100. desk $25, kitchen table w/2 chairs I30 All obo 3361339 4126-3MUST SELL wall unit/entartanment unit $50. price negotiable Call 335-7733 4 274-6 ***Graduating M hdbd $76, 2 dsk $4 mirror $35 S pC C 1384 *** 4 27-3-6 ust Go On bed w/ 40 each. dresser w/ ouch S85. Call 336Graduating must saIl bdr suite bed. headboard, dresser, nighttable, desk w/ chair, best oer Cal 376-6440 4-27-3-6 Handcrafted, wooden birdteeders Differsf1 sizes available $5 to Sig each Free seed with the first two sold Call J A beteea 7pm and 10pm 375-1935 4-27-3Graduating 4-sate bdr, leg. dng turn Schwinn in bike 8100 Honda passport $85 Call 335-0997 4-27 3-6 MUST SELLI Matching couch and love seat (black. *Fx months oid). white desk and chair. white ceiling fan Call 335-4525 leave message 4 27-3-6 Living Room Ensemble $350 Spc pit couch w/ matching lamps, endiabtese. throw pillows, co1ee table, dining tableau. Call 336-4620 4-27-3-6 House for salt, good for students Walking distance trom UF 376-4026 IV1MI 4-273-6 Satan Audio is Gainesville-a nl* t & finest in car audio. cellular. A security Cuslm installation A repairs Sat-1126 4-27-5-6 /ICHECK IT OUT-10 ep bike, aewohe condition $90 Dorm Iridge, hardly used $50 Typewriter wel. it orku 820. New Donnay graphite $50 We must be nutal Calt Jim or Dave 377-9733 4-272-6 Port DiShwasher $100 Karae clothes lo mens, Srm boy., $10 Om. Running boards fits Sronco $50, 50 Gal Gas tank $50 375 2738 4 27-2 0 CD PLAYER 20 track programmable ex cPllent condion crisp sound $100 ask or Mike al 377 686l 4 27 2 6 Graduaing Must SellI Bead stereo, kitchen table and chair etc All great con dian Call 371 9270 4 27 2 6 Graduarng-dresserelamps ,icrO.stermo kitchen stufte.ercies bikeolass end lableetc 371 2016 4-27 2-6 Trek 130 Mountain Bike. 16 T/2 inch, 21 sed $275 Call Andrea 372 2061 4 27 2-6 Macintosh SE 20MeO HO $1650, double fulon $50 black office choi? $25 3354317 4-27-2-6 Must still Sl.par couch & loveueatdining room *.mwl unitquen sire waterbed W/ bookcase Call Mark 335-643.ve mtes lage 4-27-24 WATERBED FOR SALE Great oond SeMIwaveloSa/5ollddlsuper-i nl.Call Debbie at 335-0580-S10O 4 27-2-11 LIKE NEWI 0ala bed $100. X water bed $125, weight bench $60, weights-meial $20, t v stand 520. negot Joe 3740297 4-27-2GRADUATION SALE table, 2-sest papasan, sleeper sola. desk wirehair, bookshelves call Zach 0 336 7747 lv nSg 4-27-2-6 FurnitureiuSt go Pitsofa. recliner table 9 chairs, end tables, lamps. entertainment console, bookshelves Dana 371 7145 4 272-S Must Sail Kingsize walarbed, I yr old padded, headboard mcI Best offer 3369t90JamnS, IV message 4-27-26 Nagel sulglasses, bar stoots 55ga Saft tank. eel. onkyo equalizer, neon phone, blk chairlottoman. universal remote contRol, golf clubs Call Greg 377-6670 420-3-6 MUST SELL Gitane racing bike, mint $325. Peavey Amp head W/ felt. good cond $125, Call Steve, day. 372-5315. eve 373-2128 4-274-6 MUST SELLI I black leather sofa $90 obo I grey/white Sala $75 obo Call Becky or Tom at 378-3639 4-27-4-6 MUST SELLI Couches $60 for both, cot (ee table 020. queen size waterbed, bar stulo 35 Sm Negollable Call 376-1267 4-2746 "14e 4 thryr whnilns'm 'li"""ovm" Weg' THURSDAY. AFl, 26,,IWAALJO4TQI13 FOR SALE Moped 987 Tomos Bullet I $325 ask 4o, Kevin 335 4337 4 263 6 89 Jews moped runs great low mleage $350 Wood finished double dresser w/ mirror $50 Must sell 336 4462 4 27 4 6 Mauve couch papasan, coft. table, wall inits, bookcases A morl Cal! 377 5267 Deal of tre century 4 27 4 6 For sall Ross cruiser waterbed, turni lure Call 374 8275 or 377 6421 4 27 4 Marcy Monster wi bench w/ long bar Short bar, curl bar and over 3001 lb ol weIghi Exc cond $110 Call 336-0296 4-26 3 6 PAPASAN Chairs. choice olcushions de livered to your door 336 152S 4-273-8 Must sell Hidabed love seat, $50bO Call 372 S896 4 27 3-6 Firm DOUBLE BED for sale Bel offer Call or leave message Al 371 -065 4 27 Leaving in 10 days sofa, side table. 2 chairs, all $60 Single bed, wood dresser 338-0768 4-27 3-6 Queen Size Waterbed, semi waveless padded rails, bookcase $150 335 9692 FOR SALE King senmiwave waterbed w heater, pink couch, desks. door *tore bed and dresser Call 335 5906 4 27 3 6 GRADUATING must sIll kitchen set, kitchen sloo, oak desk, dresser, chairs, bike. etc Call Lies 372-1790 4-21-3 6 Bedroom turn $150 obo, den urn kitchen chairs and other assort items Melia s 338-0282 4 27-3-6 Really cheap furniture must go now Beds. tables, shelves, and alichen appl ances and utensil. Call now 373-8124 leave message 4-27-3-6 37 gal sail water tank Includes wet/dry filter, complete cycle, and all other accargries needed $300 neg Call Josh 371386 4-20-2-A Winfdurlr Alpha 2151 etc condition, good board Sails, 6 3 A 5 3 Gas&tra we 'nducers $725 obo 376-5121 evenings. Ron 4-27-3 6 Bdr set w full size, aott-side wirbd Modemn kch set wIG chairs Custom design sets W/ endtable Prices mosg 335-6739 IV mAg 4-27-3-6 Clasalgifieds. Continued on next page. How're you goingtot? TheIBM lmsonal 20tO el yu now. but can get you cd loainkart in p a=diociGr mm tI5Thoi"y PSt'mne with cas-oueFi. ofiwa, IBM nd Mcolr diqpay With Spril As apit and ther IM PSPJ Len for Irising. Iih wy aibohl ts an al oS gre prn m tiref med of No. dian"t reami kihlgd ajssnipo dir In. -with ISM Iii Te.a.e.s-.i-. .-.,.a s.*ev e 0Jar ., a .1,|: -|a:-----C naZ~op '3M FREE COMPUTER TIME! IBM PS/2 Lab in Bryan Hall Rm 223 LAST DAYI Thur. 4/26 7:00 pm12:00 mid .I

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LtIR'MDAY ,14 26, l -'u y lvP 0r A i~' 1 kl Ir. r ialI $00 Healer lid $ S aI norxcai $10 0 Rh 4 2 3 6 Good cold I on bills rosser a'd irghlt able $60 desk $30 Call 3?2 1415 4 26 2 6 DORM CARPET and vacuum ior sale"1 Grey Carper $35 Regins electric broom $15 Or Bes Offer' Call 3q5 7455 leave msg 4 2626 7 REAL ESTATE MusJ Se Excel cond condo 2br2ba Pebble Creek area 2739 39 Dr Call 813 666 5686 or 813 892 3525 430 24 7 Assumable 8 112% Low down only $310/mo P & I Adorable Spacious 1our Vi i l, Clnl Man skylight vertical birds indry rm storage 8 2 dece Beauo lt land escaping w'loc of Dog wood A Azaleas 374 4923 or 376-4702 ovysiwkndg 4-27 7 7 HILLTOP MANSION on 4 acres 4BR 3112 BA Swiss Chalet style home Prime loca lion $280,000 Cindy Bailey Realtor 372-6881 4 26-0 7 150 acres long road frontage close to I. 75Williston Rd $6600 per acre Very wooded Candy Bailey Realtor 377 6801 4-25 107 Student Wants Student Condo I br It you are leaving wan to sell call now Minimal hassle ready to buy loday 335 1982 4 27 7 7 3Jdr/2ba in quiet SW neighborhood, fireplace A pool separate apt 2600 s It rnany eITras $115 000 336 6159 4 27 6 7 2bd/2ba Turn Us to UF SFC C Sy owner -Treehouse Village $42500 -Call Stacy 373 2088 4-26 S 7 4 broks firm cmps off Unv Ave Modern 2 stry 2 b 1 112 ba rownhou se. cove red pkg ur' nc wid 2 deck skylights 1 800 331 1229 378 8105 4 27 5-7 A spacious house swimming pool. 3 or 4 b 2 bil 2000 sqft NW, I mile o UF 2816 W Univ Ave Price I2S?000 inFo. app! TO see 376-8163 4 27 4 7 2bi I 1/2ba twnhce in exc cond Shell Rock Villas orig owner Extras mcl lrap coring fans wid If quality assume '0% FHA loan w low down 41 900 332 8324 lv ms 4-27-3-7 Duplex for sale 2 bedI 1/2 bath Pheonil close to campus full kitchens, caft Larry or Nina 371 8141 or 1 900 854 4544 427 2 7 Rockwood Villas 2bd/2ba study. close to UF, Sharnds and the Mall excel cond, assumable mortgage 499 373 1147 4 27 2 7 8 MOTORCYCLES YAMAHA FAZER1 ON $2500 FIRM CALL TOM 395-9447 4-26 s-a 19O HONDA MAGNA 700. Excellent cond Black with windshield and luggage rack $2300 Call Dan 336-0493 4-27-5a -Black Beauty 188 Honda Magna VF7IOCU only 800 miles Asking $3Nl5. will consider dirt bike on trade. call 372 4160 427-5-8 85 Honda Mans 700cc New Paint.tiresbrakeS 14000rl runs great call 371 6704 ask for Jerry 4-26.4to5 Honda Interceptor S00 excellent condition, must See First $1500 takes it. plus exuas, Call Jay at 373-4530 4-27 -JAWA MOPED -RUNS GREATI depend able A conoic 250 firm Call 373-21197 leave ""Wag 4-27-3-4 MOPED tor salefl 3 to choose from Call Jim at 378-0203 before SIX 4-2MOTORCYCLES D, SERVICES 0.s rg i 'I w l m 'be Cdi J1',e 13 OR SA50 Ell a LX Scooter White *20 mile BRAND NEWI MUSr SELL $950 Thmesa 3I 3833 4 27 ? 8 Moped fur's great good cond Must seil graduating $175 Call 378 6116 Iv MSG 4 2r 2 a 9 AUTOS HONDA ACCORD LX 85, 5 speed talchback air cruise stereo cass Excel leni condition $5500 Call 3958942 4 30 9 9 AUTO INSURANCE SAVE$ at Orange A Blue Insurance, drive Thru in Butler Plaza We care Call us ISt at 377 2277 4 30 99 973 White 240Z Datsun looks good needs some maintenance selling as a 51000 090 335 7290 leave mess Jen niler 4 27 59 1979 Olds Cutlass. engine block cracked First $150 takes I For info, call 377 3107 4 27 5-9 1979 OLDS CUTLASS mechanics special / green good rims and tire. 1 $800 obo Call 335-7668 ask or Nate 4-27 5 9 AS Mazda GLC excellent cond a/c' stereo/cass. tinted windows, $2600 Call 335-4330 4 27-4-9 1986 Pontiac Grand AM auto a/c, power windows 4 door blue A grey, excell cond low Mileage, must sell $6000 obo 335-1537 4-2749 Cadilac Sedan Devilie, 1983 Only 45k mi super clean, greal condition like new all options, leather interior $5500 373-8767 4 26-3-9 1974 Alfa Romeo spider convortabis GREAT condition MUST SELLI 52 700 395-9620 4 27 4-9 83 FIREBIRD auto, air, am/In cans new engine, parts, good tires & all rnairl records 336 59686 &ttl 4pm 427-4-9 1988 Firebird Formula 350 V-8, aulonmatic, loaded 9200 miles perfect condition 311500 Call 378 2119 4 27 3-9 1981 Toyota Corolla hatchback air, amurfm cassette, auto, $1500 obo Melissa 336-0282 4-27 3VW JETTA GLI 45 5 speed, good 9 de perdable sporty, transportation, air, cruise stereo cass $4000 Call Mark at 373-9683 4-27-3-9 198 Sporty Pontiac Sunbird 5 speed loaded. must sell, $6500 395 6608 4 27-3-9 78 Honda Accord for $800, at, i, 78000 miles Call Madhui kaat 392-2744 or 3738397 4-26 1-9 77 CHEVY MALIBU NEW tires. clean mt. siero, runs great & looks good $750 obo MIKE 373-584 4-27 2-9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs, GOLD. Gems. Class Rings ETC Top S or trade Ozzie's Fine Jewelry 373-9243 4-30-75-10 Wanted Cars-Trucks For Salvage, runng/not running, wrecked, c 371-1576 We Buy and Mon 4 27-5-10 Need cash? I want to buy prof keyboard or synthesizer, call 004-282-7885 collect. after 6pm 4-27-6-10 WANTED Ford pickup F100, 1900 or thereabouts for halt hr photographing will pay Call 375-8710 Danci, mention case no 57130 4-27-3-10 HELP I need GRAD TICKETS Will Pay Please call 371-1969 4-27-3-t0 NEED GRADUATION TICKETS Will pay $$; Call Jeff 335-053 4-27-3-tO CASH WAITING camcorderVHS Wu see Orin 1218 NW Ist Ave Gator Groomer NO PHONE CALLS Please 4-27-2-10 11 SERVICES NW sei storage at -75 I NW t Ave near oksWMtlerea, Sxg tol0x 2frtm S20,10% disc to students 332.017, 430-78-11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Get conftdernal tesdno and b'eafment at PLANED PARE NTHOCC S7-C l, 4. MOVING7 Running out ot time 7 Let Galor Moving yik-uo Store A deliver your belonging. 10 you in the fall 374 4701, 374 48 4-3021 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepting new pie, emerg Adult cleaning $30, child $20 (4) Wad Te $325 (3) Wiand lee $250 2) Wind Ies $200 Nitrous Oxide Accept MC, V. AE Valid only with coupon, p to (4) people H T Gonsouirm, DOS. 372 9521 Van Trailer Ill high by 40 It long by 8 It wide or summer storage purposes For info 332-8678 Mr Kaplan Iv met; & phone 4-27-15-11 Need Help Moving Students moving Students Fast, Reliable Cheap, we'll do 11 all E rick 335-7517 430-12 11 VIDEO EDITING VIDEO RESUMS Walton Electronics 37-56 56 4 27-5-11 Need Photographer? Weddings, PartiesExperienced A cheaper Call 375-6936 ask any questions, it's your party 4276-11 Pro tutoring in Call. physics, any math, spanish. Itallan. Call for apps John 3732610 4-2-311 GET NOTICEDI Student resume service only $15 Have your resume printed In a professional format. Cutli. Flyers and Notices. 33&0S76 4-27-4-11 Student Movefs We Mase. we store. we're honest and we're the cheapest in own. 335-145 427-3-11 Free dental assess w, X-rays call 3751NS to see It you qulIfy Foradental exam w/ x-ray, youmay quality or a free dent cleaning andrer illn. 4-27-2-11 **AIlied Vanines*t Special moving rates for students. Wail mve your turn Into stae o "he lew My 388224 VIsa end MaCrcwd AMaceE. 4. TYPING 12 SERVICES Typing S1 a s. -in.N Repet. Thesea, nate.O Grad Set.4 PT. List WCS S11 NW Int -375-N2. 4-30-75r 12 FOR SALE TYPING SERVICES BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233 NW lOth Ave 312 1664 MCVISA/Insurance Free Pregnancy Test Mom be National Aborion Federation AAA STORAGE Close to UF Convenient 4x4x4 115/mo 4xSx8 $25/mo 533 SW 2nd Ave 377 1771 4 30 75 11 ** GATOR MOVING ** FullServ MovrStorageiPacking 1 item/H. Full DayslEves Long dmle Licins Harry ill 374 4791 4 30 75 11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM les sons boarding woodser facilities hay rides parioes sais working students accepted 456 3224 375-9080 4 30 7S 1 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional Moving/Packing A Supplies I Item House full LocaLng dist Lic/in Priced for Studentsi Martyl375-MOVE 4 30-7511 TYPING SERVICES YOU WRITE. WE TYPE Business t egai Personal Reports Term apers T yesnt Resume F C G vile Handicapped Typing 378 /179 4 0 15 2 typing reports busne s legal rels s cassfuEe transcr bed ap pIcaion S leIters rotary *etc Avail able 24 hours daysI372 2777 4 30 75-12 MICRO CENTER, Typing 378 0339 Full self service computing Typing starts @ 150/pg a Resumes $8 Sell Service resumes $2 5Ohr iS/page Laser typeset grahcs spoil check *'hees papers special characters employ IenT databases mailerge Iramning WordPornoi specialist Visa1MC 4-30 65 ?2 Typone/Word Processing Quelllydependable Service Reasonable rates Laser printer 377 875 TI 9 opm 430-2912 Typing/Wordprocessing WordPerfect 5 1 quality work east results low rates dependablI personal service Tara 332 1469 4 30 54 12 Pu1 I In Writing Fast accurate, reliable service Masters in English will check spelling and sdil 24hrs 373 1937 4.30 23.-12 BJ's 24 hour wordprocesamig Reportal resumes .cover letters and more Call 336-6535 Call returned ASAP 4-30-2112 QUALITY typing A LaserprInt Thears resume papers UF grad owner Scribe Services 921 NW 13 St 377 6170 **** 430 30 12 Typing and Wordprocessing -Legal termpapers etc Prolesseonalqualty and reliable service Call Nancy 372 2750 4 27 3-12 TYPING Near Butter Plaza Fast 5cr vice $1 25 double space Call 373 9387 42610 12 TYPING 371 8435 Wordperfect, spell checked Si 50 a page & up $500 mnimumlern papers, reports, letters, etc 430-0 12 *. **QUICKSILVER**** Ouick, reliable guaranteed l 24 hr/l days, Slarling at $1 50 per page Call Jared Wi 378-8515 4 273-12 TYPING/NOTARY -NEAR UF, Gusarar feed Fast, Spelling ekd, grad school agp Wordperfect, Beau 371 7923 eve 4-30-9-12 Great typing' English mejrel courtrptre 19 yrs axper lagalmedical Excel speli 0proffg From $1 25 Call Jilt 377-0908 4-30-1612 TYPING legallmedlcalithes's'To papers etc Professional, expediert $t 50 per page Call 375 3324 Message 4 26 5 12 WORD PROCESSING. 24 hrs near The Ganesilie Mall WP 5 0 Call 373 4281 ask for Rick 4 27 2 12 13 HELP WANTED AVON 375-8007 Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train Benefits Insurance 4-30 75-13 Need volunteers for a 2 week study of a new asoreal1 modlcaliion 331 5379 4 30-47-13 EARN $35 This week for new donors For 2 plasma donallons on our new automated machines Special bonus programs each month Fr. rolresh'enls. free parking Experienced stafF serving you since 1969 Call or stop by Gairesville plasma 238 SW 4th Ave 318-9431 Mon-Fri 8-7 Sa 8-2 430-73-3 REAL ESTATE SALES New associates welcome Formal and one-on-one train Ing 9ill Cindy Bailey Realtor 372 6881 4-28-Ia 13 CJ'S Waitresses and cooks wanted, day and night Shifts 3423 SW Archer 375 2337 apply any time 4-26-7-13 Student nurse or RN need this summer to work at a Christian camp to? girls June 22 thru Aug 11, canoe tripe, horseback. and many other outdoor sports Call 935 0863 evenings 4 21-713 College Work Study Aob Summer. C Telephones Surrey Evenings $5 00hr 302-0171 *am-4 30pm Raymond Martha Vau 4-27-7-13 Office Help -Proofreading FlexibIs hours Apply 5700 SW 34th SI 01303, Block and Asacciates 4-27-6-13 Need someone tM watch Ismo old child and light housekeeping on Sat only Re' erecres Req Anne work 376-5263 eyeS 332-6210 4-27-5-13 Now hiring dishwashers, experienced cooks & experienced wait-people Apply between 3pm-pm No phone calls Farahs 1120W Univ Ave 4-27--13 Telephone Sales, no expence naces sary.,studenis and nonstudevt welcome Pros welcome also. greal pay, flexible hours, cail 372-A7. 4.27-5-13 SUMMERJOBS Great pay, 3 hrs collng cr., A find out why IBM, Upjohn, PiG, and others hire our students upon graduatIon Fia Ineview call 377-0501 SW co 4-27-5-13 *FREE* Pregnancy Test Gainesville Womens HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 377 5055 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services McCoy Mini Storage 2160 N E I t Blvd 5 IT 10 10 X 100 X(20 Call Us 376 3286 427-20 11 Two 8 Maped.: Tom" -only =O mi. perfect cendIlSWn. $460 each. aba Call Cicero or J e 7-3127 426-2-6

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HELP WANTED F NN'S STAFF six pre.!lciou. summer caps n, WVA & ME seek dynamic tennis rcio.el Top salaries, private lessons, ravel dllowanceS Call l-800-446-2283 4 26 3 13 SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS -pres scam psm inME WYA sak activity cob sors to, soccer. waterskiing, wood shocp piano, baseball. computers, Cy cPOa animal care. artSaICWfts, archery, ifery & afice work Top sajarios, spend rea summer of your liel I M0446 283 4 253 13 The bivislon o9HoUegOtiefttais and Student Dvelptwnt le locking tor a Program Aslantlraphlc. Anlet tor1$-20h/k payIng L-8a r hr-. posItIon begIns Suset A. ApplIatIons avollsble at the Wou i Ofor. APPIlim Of d.dlne le Aril Ah. Per more information seMee Kathy SmIth at 392-2161. 4-27-4-13 TAMPA RAY E BIDENTS: Gong home for the ummner and looking forward to the besohll He"s It sill Suni Fun i $5 This summer. Kea sun and earn money at Tampa'sI Celiege club CC 9 THE NEW GENERATION Now iring IF bartenders. wall ita., doormen barbacks. DJaend Cakl. Apptl in person at 112 E Fletcher er call 913971 053 (Ask for Harry) 4-27-4-13 Needed lot active document production department Requires profIcIency in o,martng and revising technical text and tables in Word Peract4.2,8.0end Lotus eocwpm Flexible weekday hours from 8 00am to 2.30pm with occasional weekend work ExcellenI salary (and bendlits at 32 hraswk). Send resume to T Y Frankiun, Word Processing Supervisor KN Engineering and Applied Sciences Inc t034 NW m7th St Gainesville, Fl 32005 4-27-4-13 Great Opportunity Bar student who leves kids Professional couple meets student for babysittinga nd light housework Pert. time Warm. friendly envron. Mar UF $c4hr Need rwn car Apply at Florida Bookstore 1614W Univ Ave 4-27-3-13 HELP WANTED for Sal 25. Sun 29, & Mon 30 10 Trday $4 Nea#r CASH, fog heavy moving on campus Call 371-6321 4273 3 I epuards & swim instruclora for YMCA No experience necessary. pailiofn avaIl able immediately 376-7172 for mole into 4 27 3 13 Chaldcare/housecleaningtorfacultyfami ly His ex. need car, good GPA B4/hr Call373 4404 4-27-2-43 lem slud responsIble, mature, to care for 9 yr old gIrI In my home near camp. own car some It cooking. errands 16-20 hewk axc pay rfere ncerequired. Call Lnda 371-9084 4-27-2-1S PREPCOOK, Full or part time. ExP9rience necessary. Apply 2.4pm ManFri SNUFFY's 1017 W Univ Ave, 4 27 2 13 EXECUTIVE FILE CLERK: Par-Time, Feihri. 5400 per Ir. Cell for appointmex al 373-3538 gsm-4:30p4 M-F 4. 2 2 13 Pan Time honest A aggressve student needed for summer o Cger. Apply In Person Gold Stenderd 1210W Univ Ave 4 27 2 13 BUSwIESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS, kfal pr's buy, so.e Trade, rent a repair. Geat prices, OUALITY, CDCS $18 W Univf "M0-78. 4 30 75-14 Smisri Audi Is GeiitstplhIn'i eses nest in mr augd. ba a Custom inatumle 8 epdr,.1 S 15 -e LADIESMAKS I We buy a sell gd fled *ltb1n1.1 Call Second AN. "i4, M U. YuarneCar ,8g.,.ra picfes-re9 @.ri rswTae ,pd Laboratajy nu.ej W4 Ave I I bckfromAe ME Interested in .i .; n 5+127 Pie e. T more nit I.P PERSONALS Dear Rox It was great 10 see you al IE T S GE I PHYSICAL That a cool that they gave you I YR FRE E in embers hip For s signing a year lease at the FREDE RICK S I bdr s start at $300 Call 372 7255 Richard 4 UBS NEED CASH? BUY BACK OPEN UNIVERSITY BOOK AND SUPPLY 1227 WOnIv 377 1788 Der Chris Thanks for th, great hairdo I'm clad I found you again at REGIS in the mall All my friends It the FREDF RICK'S loved ihe cut Come by and see my new apartment at 1130 SW 1th Ave They s111 have Ibd apt. left for the fall Call them at 372 7552 Sally HEYA Aened to move your stjit to So FI 4 summer? Let s rent a Uhaul truck Call asap Grace 3381487 /Microwav* $40 4-27-215 Travelling this summer? Discover hostel In 250 in U S 5000 worldwide Low budget ccrmodation. tours Contact St Augustine Hosterl 32 Treasury St I S29. 610f for membrshp details 4 27-2-15 W James wishes to Thak The owners and management of RIP's South for their underalanding regarding inappropriate mcIesns taken by him 4-27 2-IS PREGNANT? Din't a Gel immediate test results from a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0861 4NEED LOW COST SRTH CONTROL? Get special student discounts on exams snd all supplies at PLANNED PARENT THOOD 377-0651 4 30-75I-I Look Your Beet Everydayl .all Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc for no about the PERMANENT removal ol wanted facial A body heir 374-4307 4-3075-15 $STUDENTS GET CASH For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy's 372-1226 211 W Univ Ave-next to Central City 4-30-75 1 SAVE ON RAYBANS UniversityOpticians 300 SW 4t Ave 375-4480 4 30-U1-15 Anybody can sell low once, but at El Tonnis, we are making It a career Sale or no sale. wewill beat any price in town 427 Iis At EZ TennIs, we provide our customers with 3 things. quality products, great prdea, excellent service When you think about it, anything else is uncivilized 427-15-15 Quality tennis shoes under 530. Aerobic abas SM. running shoes 25%-45% off B 4 U buy, check out EZ Tennis We ara emeWl-yes. but we can save you a bundle 4-27-15-15 AUTO INSURANCE VERY LOW PRICES Students walcomel Call today Sunshine State Ins 371-"W 4-30-14-15 Hostel paS., travel pecks. passport Parrias. *verythin. you need Io travel a Graslnt Tral Shop 2321 NW fith St. 4-0-13-16, Runing shoes pricebster SALEI 2640% off-Af. Sagcey, New Bals., 8 meref EZ TennIs 3 St Plaza 372-2267. 4-30, 11-16 50% off any serable wear,gnwope.iefs~sbOEl. Our god a EZ ennis aoffr Sea h hat quill BRING THIS AD ib o am4sIf a 20% discount MI 011 lprones Of any ladies bikini featuring gMh. Rain., Ca. Prane a more. Ex.4UU. LlOid Cle SwW $04 11. IS St. 4-23-16 20% OFF Wny pler am e GUlpvre-ta ,t madie eharn ma -a a aousaa"l"et b" a. Exe" I-. LiCla'k I 81. 4-Us1 T RIJWSDAY. APIL 26. ITk. A GATOR 15 PERSONALS Natural Foods and Vitamnsn Rirkerstock Sandals Sunflower Heallh Foods 87 SW 34th St 3727482 16 CONNECTIONS GAY SWITCHBOARD 332 0700 24 Hrs Info/Reflrral EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease treament 28 years sxp Or 4 Beckum optometrist 917 W Univ Ave 370-120 O EARN $100/MONTH For your pliamra donations Our fully aulomaled system is master and eater than manual centers Call for appointment and information Alp a Plasma Center M-F 9 30-5 3Sat 930-2 30 9 SW Iat SI. 37.9204 Modest male triathlete would like to meet lady training partner for fun, friend ship, and possible romance 378-9500 Doug 4-27 2 16 18 RIDES $45 rIMianmiWPS/Pompu0le 0yr1 5 wkiy FPr's/Sun bus trips Pete Al pkg Tranaportd GMC trans 338-70l LOIS) 286-3788 4-30-75-is Airline ticket -Gainesville 10 Los Angeles May 2nd one way, only 100 Call 3717125 evenings 4 27-3-10 19 PETS Crows AKC black, one ca male and female, 12 wks, great personalilles, clanmpion background, $250 so 454-7882 after spin 4-26-6-19 Cocker spaniel puppies for eale AKC. all shots, butl color. both male and female $250 Call 336-0754 leave message 427-0-19 PETS 4 foot BAIL PYTHON WLit hot rock tank and cover, very Ilnic never hill en, Oe great $130 obo 336 #283 4-28-2 9 20 LOST & FOUND FInders Keepers? I you Id something, you can place FREE ad in This section Be kind to some one who lost wha you found Call 373FIND FOUND Set of 6 keys in Library West call 372 0498 to ID 4-26 3-20 FOUND Ring at Blockbuster Video Call to ID 373-7650 4 20 3-20 FOUND set of 3 keys on CPA bench w/ little red metal tag on keychain, call to ID 375-4162 4-2-3-20 FOUND Black calculator in Weil Hall Call 335-063 to ID 4-2N-3-20 Found prescription sunglasses with se -Gannet Auditorium Cal 395-7086 or 395-7559 4-27-3-20 LOST & FOUND Found pair of sunglasses call 395 0698 4 27 2 20 Sarnyo radioicass player with lope inside in Grulisr Hall 4121 ol sentimental value CASH REWARD call NICK 395 8690 4 27 2 20 Found CalcuLator 4/20 call 332 9746 427220 LOST CAT black & white Sylvester-look n male, extremely dumb, may answer to 'Ermd (then again -he may not) Lost near Rockwood Villas HELP -cell 335-2724 4 27-2 20 LOST Ladies ring whememald and I diamond on each side Great Sentimental Value PLEASE call 371 2025 Lv ness 4 27 220 Reward for information leading to the recovery of Cats Garden. sign alte2 4124 Call Stev 382233 4-27-2-20 T 0 A PU17 ssoCiatit for Retarded Citizens

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11 I n l N) I 'Ni A ] ill mI IRT SPORTS Reese resigns after 14 years as UF swim coach By SHARON GINN Allgator Writer I F swrillmmII Toi ah Randy Rese who, reenitv oipleted is I tIh st'iso ith h' (iators sturorised Ir raiman' 'ie resi ofilt swimain world Wed.it\ lav by resw~rire e m iit I I hom Ithih t( ifngwtsonral Ica so 11 ee eoarthed both Ihe i .TIin during his tenure t [, but! ,himloii(nt! im limdrv he'wud oath only the Terin tIuinrlr eason, %.n'ig [he iiove world essr-n li wtirkloil and iII Irove he whol t program Fit said WeV'dIest L t lI would Int hav.' bher enough ol L thimge I guess I 'toded up doing .ii il of staff that ddni pertain to how fast the kids swam. Rete sali Igot i tiredoof n that Ihat s why I dropired the girls -et iaus' I thought ite s1tii1itil1i1) would improvee loi I ilt] womo 'is N itLIs KNOXVILlE, Tenn -Imagine taking a final exam in this course What would it consist oP 'Pun?" 'Go deep and button hook back? "Run the option Johnny Mayors is scoring points with students by teaching Football Coaching 311 this semester at the University of Tennessee. Majors, head football coach of the Tennessee Volunteers, and his assistant coaches were lured by the university's physical education college to teach a junior level course on coaching football for phys-ed majors. The one-credit hour course is not so meth ing Majors takes lightly Contrary to popular belief. i is not a cnip course for Vols football players. There are only three players enrolled in the 30student class. It is 11:15 a.m. on aFnday morning and Majors walks briskly into the classroom He is prompt and attired in a suit and tie. His only equipment is a folder full of overlays for an overhead projector, a pen and his eyebit i i hn I thleIe lhretitr lBll Artnsparger nte Itor] sear assistant Skip Ioster as the actig hod ( oach I former IT s Olynrptc roar'h Mitch [vey airnel last week to replace Reeie as women' coat If '\''ve been aware for the last several months of Finite feehingN." Arnopirger said "te understands hIs reasons and thank him for his treimendols (hieverments and commitient I oster said he was shocked by Reese's fet ctsrin, but said it was probably for the bet I Think im tie Lisi couple o ear, Ruirdy' t oai lung has been les andhloss toahing ard more .uilloro ortheoiher thinks that go wilh it -i I s ofprI work aId phon (Calls," F0stter said 'Rtuidy winosto be al I :4 tu0a h In A N11,01101 where he ( in bo, on fte d],, k Ad n1s).trger s Id the (Iiuversitv Atlilet Assot iton will imnmdiately begin reviewig aldtit.t's in-lut Iig Itster, tor Reese retlla(mtel ",He (imnsurger) iltoI me Thai I was deluiit-ly a annIttlite and that I would be (ne of their Top Offices, st'r sand 'I would hope that wAhin he Rexi io w,'kN I would be iinmed head coat I" IsI'tom IilsV rtIlt lourI[ I P leadiet moath I resign tre r toher Foorball toIh Galen hal and hasket eall toath Nor, Si tloan resigned after admitting NMiAt\rile, vijitions, and womten's basketball (Ihchi (rol Whomlrv tite-d no 'sprjitr reason, when shf r signed it I ebriar [ilig his years at (l, Reese t ached his ealls tt four Idtrnon i]t ]I.unirntaIships Ile lAdy Gator WOn Iho 1974 AlAW and 1982 NC AA haunpionships. and the men won NCAAs in 14)81 and I0HS 1 his year, the women [inshed third and the men fifth at the NCAAs Ret's.e sltd hI' is not Sire of what his tture entails If any IILIb i aching positions heronie available im Florida, he said he may consider them Or he may tfer I completely different business "['1 )ust have to sil back and and what I can be successful a[,' ste what's Oit hire teIse said I utter sid Reese's departure probably will hurt the recniltng situation Arthough the men's team has Vet to sign a high school athlete, Foster said his tot) [In ety is the swimmers that are already on the team 'If they teel like they can't stay and swim well in tHis situation, we're going to wish them the best of tick," iFoser sud junior Marii Zubero, [he19o NCAA champion :n the 20(0-vard ht klirlike and SEC Swimmer of the rear saidt hewas tostirprsed to hinkabout whether he would remain at [IF phomiore Too Sakovich said Reese was The rea' son it ltle(I If) swim for lIF He said ther' was no irritalo ifo Riese was planning i) leave No Soon I figured It was going to qut, but I figured he was going to at least wait until 1992 after the Olymljut s," Sikovich said "We really expected to get a lot oft of Randy this year, and his qating is kind 01 ust Tig and sho cking UCF glises Derinndiig the students atten' con with his trademnark physirdl style of Instruction. Majors digresss inio nI min lecture in fypianot and how hie does not allow his players to wear hats or sunglasses or chew gum or tobaccoiduring team meetings. Several students take notes at a feverish pace while others look on, amused atold football storiesfrom a coach who has won a national championship and a slewof bowls "Stand up, young man,' he says to an unsuspeig student who Majors picks from the front row to be his personal blocking dummy Majors shuffles the student around into several positions center, guard and tackle. The class laughs as the 'young man" goodheartedly bears the brunt of Majors' slow-motion blocks, tack. les and forearms By now, 30 minutes into the 50-minute class, Majors has broken into a sweat. He has turned the classroom into a practice field. ALLIGATOR PHOiet Randy Reese led the UF swimming program to four national titles. pitcher shuts down Gators ORLANDO -Right-hander Brandon Turner worked himself out of four late inning jams Wednesday night, leading Central Florida to a 2-0 victory over UF at the UCF Baseball Complex AROUND SPORTS Phe Gators didn't do much to help t heir own cause, however, by stranding 10 nnriers in the last five innings. TheKnights(33-15) scored their runs in the sixth inning, when second base man Mike Moberg booted a hit by Mike josephina, allowing Damian Torino to score from second. Josephina later scored on a single by Steve McClellan. TIF (22-25) had its best chance to tie the game in the seventh, loading the f4 bases with one out. But Turner (7-4) forced two fly outs to end the threat Turner came one inning away from throwing a complete game, but came out in the ninth with a bruised ankle 009 caused by a comeback hit from Mario [-iares. Rick Britton went 3-for4 at the plate to pace the Gators. Starter Cord Corbitt (3-4) lasted six innings and took the loss. Penn Relays get financial help PHILADELPHIA -The prestigious Penn Relays, which begin today and each year draw some of the nation's best college and high school track and field athletes, has found help for its financial woes. The irent ren into problems this year whei two sponsors withdrew That snag was solved when New York Yankees owner George Stembrenner, whose father competed in the Penn Relays, teamed with several other sponsors to donate close to $100,000 to fund this year's event, which runs through Satur (lay Comedian BIll Cosby said last week he will donate S150.000 to pay for the 1tR1 event. Cosby, a temple graduate, has competed in the relaysand madeseveral appearances in celebrity and masters races I've run in the Penn Relays since I was 12 years old," Cosby said. "When I was in the Navy, I flew down from Newfoundland to (compete). Franklin Field has meant a lot to me in terms of track and field." In other news 0 UF basketball coach IAn Kriger signed his second high school recruit in as many days Wednesday, bringing in Carlos McMillian, a 6-foot-4, 200pound guard from Chattahooche High He was a first team Class 1AAll-State selection this season He averaged 23 points, 16 rebounds and four assists a game. Kroger "Carlos is a rugged competitor who can play both inside and outside. We're pleased he has joined our program. 0 At Knoxville, Tenn,., the IF men's tennis team closed the regular season with a 5loss to No. 11 Louisiana State. UF (17-8 overall, 4.5 in the Southeastern Conference) will face LSLJ (12-7, &3) in the first round of the SEC Tournament Friday. ComPiledfnw Alligator stand win fss.t "I guess I just ended zp doing a lot ofstffi that didn't pertain to how fast the kids swam. Igo tired of doing that." -Randy Reese UF swim coach 'Your final exam: Run an option play' It