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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 150 FRIDAY, APRIL 27,1990



Universityof



Georgia


orders shots

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for measlesBy


GEOFF BOUCHERand
JUDY A. PLUNKETT
Alligator Staff Writers

The measles outbreaks that hit two
southeast universities this semester
claimed another victim last week-the
University of Georgia.
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UF Infirmary Director Boyd Kellett
said Thursday Georgia officials told
him the school is requiring all studentsto
receive a rubeola measles vaccination
because four cases cropped up on
campus last week. Georgia's Infirmary
director could not be reached for com-
ment.

Georgia's cases follow outbreaks at
Clemson and Florida State universities.

Almost 150 cases of the measles,
including six FSU students, were re-
ported in Tallahassee early this year,
prompting officials to call it an epi
demic. School officials required all
23,000 students to get a booster shotor
RtGulc President John Lombard! speaks to the Hispanic Student Association Thursday night at the Reitz Union. before Feb. 1. Students who did not
I meet the requirement could not attend

Lombard speaks to Hispanic class.
groupBy Florida education officials now require
L A- "'" A- all new students to have two
onstrate what the university contributes," tional students because it can benefit from vaccinations before they can attend the
PATRICIA LEE Lombardi said in Spanish. But he spoke their perspectives. state's nine public universities. But to
Alligator Writer mostly in English so that he would be un- The point of the enterprise is to recruit prevent an epidemic similar to the one
The key to making UF a more interna- derstood by everyone who attended. talented people because we're not gettingour FSU experienced, UF is requiring all
tional school and a better representative of Faculty should take advantage of resources share of talented Hispanics," he said. students to get a second, $28 measles
the state's population lies in encouraging and follow recommendations from More scholarships should be available for vaccination before they return to fall
faculty to come up with new programs, the Quality of Life Task Force to incorporate middle-class students who don't qualify for classes.
President John Lombardi! told the Hispanic international concerns into lectures that re- financial aid, Lombardi said. The Student Health Outreach Team
Student Association Thursday night. flect the state's multicultural population."The has posted advertisements around
"We have to remember the people in the to make students aware of the
"The president cannot tell anyone to do state has been transformed, so the God-forsaken middle class-the one's that campus new booster requirement, Kellett said.'We're .
anything. The faculty make the place whatit institution has to be transformed as well," make too much money to be poor, yet are
is" and have the power to make UF better Lombardi! said. making too little money," he said. being real aggressive be-"
cause we don't want to disrupt classes,
through programs that will internationalizeall "In order for UF to be the premier university Rehabilitating counseling senior Axel Kellett said. "We don't want people to
divisions of UF,he told about 75 studentsin of the state, it needs to be in such Reyes said he was impressed with be sick either,but mainly we don't wantto
the Reitz Union. places as Miami and Orlando,"he said."And Lombardi's willingness to reach out to stu- disrupt classes by closing them
Prodded by an audience of mostly Hispa- what makes Miami is its internationaldrive. dent groups and integrate international con- down for a week."
nic students, Lombardi! spoke in Spanish ." cerns-especially by speaking in Spanish."I About 1,200 to 1,400 students have
when he discussed UFs research potential. Lombardi, who studied Latin American was impressed by his Spanish, but I received a second vaccination this se-
"Because it's a land-grant university, history and lived in Venezuela for more than wish I would have been able to hear a little mester. Students who need shots can
there is more opportunity each day to dem- one year, said UF should welcome interna more," Reyes said. get them at the Infirmary Monday

through Friday,from 8 a.m.to 3:30: p.m.
Rubeola has an incubation period of
I Commuter decals to replace borderzoneBy about nine to 11 days when no symp-

.... toms surface, followed by about three
will be replaced with commuter decals that md-ride decals, allowing them to park in lots days of coughing, red eyes, a sore
JULIETTE FINCHER throat and a high fever. Around the
allow students to park closer to most class- o>n Hull Road and ride closer into campus on
Writer 14th day easily recognizable rash
Alligator room buildings. But finding a commuter space b>uses. Juniors and seniors living within two an
the and lasts about
spreads body
over
UF juniors and seniors who live within two may not be easy, Robie said. niles of campus received border-zone decals. one week.
miles of campus soon will be allowed to pur- The number of commuter spaces will not But now juniors and seniors will receive
chase decals to park in commuter lots. increase. Those who can't find places to park ommuter: decals even if they live across the clarificationOnly
Beginning May 1, proof of address no will have to park in all-decal lots, Robie said. street, from campus. Robie said the changevas
longer will be required to buy parking decals, "We need more space to accommodate the made to decrease confusion and run the the second and third floors of
said Ora Robie, traffic and parking adminis- people -and it will always be like that," she larking program better."It the Marston Science Library will be
trative assistant. was hard to keep track of where the open 24 hours during finals week. Till
said.Under
Border-zone decals,which allow parking in the old program,freshmen and soph- see Decals, page 4 Alligator reported otherwise on this
t 318al1-decallots: on the outside fringes of campus, omores who lived off-campus received park- page Thursday.II .

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J Man arrested for trying to beat traffic Darnell said. Cpl. Greg Armagost and Officer Fred i : 1991 MISS FLORIDA USA PAGEANT : I Ii

Gainesville police arrested James Fairley, 19, Munn noticed the two men arguing outside their
shortly before 1 p.m. Tuesday and charged him with vehicles on Northeast Waldo Road, and tried to keep i 1 STATEWIDE TELECAST :

battery, resisting arrest with violence and possessing Fairley from hitting Grier, Darnell said. : NO PERFORMING TALENT *
cocaine Gainesville spokeswoman Lt Sadie The suspect hit Munn, but the officer used his I *
police
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: : Here's your chance to represent Florida In the *
nightstick to pin Fairley's arms together. Munn was
Darnell said.Fairley .
I 1991 Miss USA Pageant on CBS-TV The Florida *
tried to beat Jerry Clark Grier, 43, for driving not hurt, but Fairley received a cut on his forehead. I, ** Pageant Is on, with the state finals set for this *

down Waldo Road too slowly in front of him, -MIKE BRUSCELL July 31-Aug. 4 in South Florida If you are single *
+ aged 18 thru 28 as of Feb. 1, 1991, you MAY *
j
. WHAT'S qualify. For FREE entry Information, send name, *
HAPPENINGWork I address, age and phone to Miss Florida-USA, *
I 444 Brickell Ave., Suite 51-213, Miami, FL 33131 *
together: The Gator Co-op 377-3341. semester's end party tonight at 730.: l' or call TOLL FREE 1-800-BEAUTYS. State *
Club will meet this evening at 5:30: at IVCF: The InterVarsity Christian Call 332-0700. ':'-' \. winner will receive$20,000 In prizes and awardsSReitz *

Farah's. Call Jeff, 372.0912. Fellowship will have their last bashat Walk for Art: The Hippodrome *. . . . . . . . ..
I March for Life: A kick-off rally for 7 p.m. at George Lebo's house. Theatre will hold a Walk-a-thon at
the National March to Abolish the Call 376-3167. Paynes Prairie Saturday to raise I

Death Penalty is tonight at 6:15: at St GLSU: The Gay and Lesbian Stu- money to save the theatre. Call Shirley
Augustine Catholic Church. Call dent Union will have their Lassiter, 373-5968. I I
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Faculty discuss larger issuesSenate Newspaper rack ad I




membership matter avoided and building, name awards changes.presentedBy policy upsets Review I

CHRISTY HARRIS -
Ruth Alexander, senate steering committee chairwoman tions.
Alligator Staff Writer
said the issues will be discussed at future By GEOFF BOUCHER "What
about
the sign that said
The question of how large the University Senate meetings, probably separate ones for each topic. Alligator Staff Wnter 'Read about the Oaks Mall' or
should be was put on hold Thursday while senate The topics will be assigned to Senate committees, The Florida Review publishersays 'Read about (Gatornationals)' in
members decided what their agenda should be. or if an appropriate committee doesn't exist,one will UF officials are trampling on the section circulated in the
During a meeting Thursday, members decided to be created. his freedom of speech by banning (Gainesville) Sun?"Thomas said.
discuss the role of fraternities the Athletic Hubbell in to Alexander the
University questioned a memo newspaper-rack advertisements, Thomas said the Review is con-
Association and whether UF students are ade- usefulness of fraternities and the UAA saying both but administrators say the rule is sidering legal action to get UF to
quately educated when they graduate all more seem to bring negative publicity to UF. He also just a way to keep campus commer either allow the ads or enforce the
significant issues than they usually consider. questioned the quality of UF graduates.But cial-free. rule on all newspapers. Schaffer
The issues were brought up in a memo by agriculture at least one senator, counseling Professor Publisher Joe Thomas said the said UF attorneys have been noti-
Professor David Hubbell, who wasn't at the Jaquelyn Resnick, said she thought senators misun- Volkswagen ads on many of the fied about the conflict and some
meeting because he's out of the country. The items derstood Hubbell. She said that reducing the Review's 10 racks are needed to sort of stance will be taken next

were suggested as topics that might"revitalize" the see Senate, page 10 keep the journal in business. But week. Until then, racks will
Senate and its members,who usually vote on course Interim Administrative Affairs Vice be left alone, Schaffer said.
President Gerald Schaffer said car "I think it's OK for
---- ----- a newspaperto
ads today may lead to a cluttered promote itself, but I don't think
I Suspect in rape released from jail I campus tomorrow. it's OK to say 'Eat at Sonny's Fat
.. "Our policy is ads can only go Boy,' Schaffer said. "If the attor-
Kraft who laid from Litchfield the on the bulletin boards we have up neys tell us we can't treat this as
Lynn Nicely, a suspect in a local rape case,was was off day "
released from the Alachua County jail shortly after after the rape, said Thursday that Nicely's release around campus, Schaffer said. different levels of advertising,thenas
"Our policy is no advertising on the far as I'm concerned we'll haveno
midnight Wednesday by order of Circuit Judge has her"scared to death.-
newspaper boxes. If you let the ads ads on any of the boxes."
Elzie Sanders, an Alachua County jail spokes-
Emily Browne,president of the Gainesville area
the front of the box
go on pretty But Gainesville Sun advertising
said.
woman National Organization for Women, said the
group soon they will be on the side, and director Bob Nay said UF may finda
former assistant with the would picket the theater Saturday night. Last Saturday
Nicely, a manager then the back and then there will fight if it does that
newly opened Litchfield's Cinemas at Butler Plaza, ,about 50 people protested Litchfield's laying be a question about where the box "We'd them
was arrested April 17 and charged with the rape off employees who attended a get-together priorto ends. It'll be out of control.) big probably give it a"
pretty argument against ,
of Melinda Kraft in her the
20-year-old employee con- rape.
But Thomas said administratorsdon't Nay said. "A lot of those promotions
dominium. The theater's new manager, Mary Howard, said stick to the rules they set up. come from the newsroom,
According to his bond conditions,Nicely cannot she didn't know anything about the case and didn't He said UF is threatening to re- and if you tamper with the paper's
contact Kraft or enter Alachua County except to know what she would do if there was a protest. move Review racks, but no action ability to promote the news, you
consult his attorney.If he does,he can be arrested. -MIKE BRUSCELL has been taken against other papers might be tampering with the
which advertise special sec- paper's ability to be read."

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TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. Bob Martinez's the Capitol.He .
budget plan would rob Florida's public schools of$10 was referring to Martinez's proposed budget for
million to pay for more advertising by the state lottery, the upcoming fiscal year, which includes a 30 percent
former U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles said Thursday. increase in the lottery's advertising budget for the
Chiles, who is the front-runner in the Democratic coming year-from$29 million to$39 million. etalt.aak.-flzASW',
primary for governor, also denied accusations raised Chiles flatly denied that he and his running mate, ssC
earlier in the day by Florida Republican Party chair former Congressman Buddy MacKay are going to
man Van Poole that he is pulling"a fraud and a hoax"on "use the Democratic Party as any kind of conduit to
voters by limiting campaign contributions to $100 get money into our campaign."
per donor. What the party does with its money after the
"Every state agency and every public school is Democratic primary is another matter altogether, he
getting ready for big budget cuts,and here comes Bob said, because the party will be spending its money on
Martinez, taking an extra $10 million out of the kids' all Democratic candidates.
money, just so we can see even more of (Lottery MacKay said any funds raised by the Democratic
Secretary) Rebecca Paul," the Democratic candidatefor Party for a coordinated campaign are not an abuse of ,. -- Iw e
governor said in a campaign rally on the steps of campaign laws.


. Defense secretary lists oroDOsed cuts I WEMe

WASHINGTON (UPI) Defense Secretary Dick radar detection,were enough for two wings of 30 each,
Cheney, responding to reduced threats of war and plus spares for training, which he said were as fewB2s
congressional demands for less defense spending, as could be built and still have a credible combat
said Thursday he Is cutting the B-2 stealth bomber capability.He .
program from 132 to 75 planes. said the Navy's A-12 program is being cut r!' f f"o
Cheney, disclosing a major review of aircraft because the Marine Corps will not get the plane, and
programs, said orders for C-17 cargo planes will be the estimate of 620 planes, instead of the planned 828,
reduced from 210 to 120, a new Navy attack plane will is based on there being 12 aircraft carriers. He em-
be cut back, and a new Air Force fighter and its Navy phasized, however, he has not decided to cut the
version will be stalled for two years. 14-carrier fleet back to 12.
His presentation on both sides of Capitol Hill was Cheney said production of the new Air Force advanced
an attempt to finish plans for a 2 percent reduction in tactical fighter, the ATF, will not begin until
defense spending and to keep the Pentagon from 1996, two years later than planned, and the Navy ,
being frozen out of the debate on its own 1991 budgetas version will not start till the year 2000.
congressional calls intensify for more defense cuts. Cheney said for fiscal 1991 his cuts would save$2.4
While Cheney's presentations won praise, Chair- billion, and through 1997 the total would be about$34 I
man Les Aspin, D-Wis., of the House Armed Services billion or $35 billion.
Committee noted that scaling back programs may not Congress is talking about cutting at least $6 billion
be enough."I in actual spending from the $303 billion Cheney has
think it's very unlikely that we're going to do the asked for. It is also considering cutting $20 billion or
kind of budget he's projecting," said Aspin. more in long-term spending authority from the nearly
Cheney said 75 stealth bombers,designed to escape $307 billion in the original budget submission.

. Detective testifies in racial murder trialwhite II

NEW YORK (UPI) -Keith Mondello, the accused youths that surrounded Hawkins and three
ringleader in a Brooklyn racial slaying, watched in black friends when they came to the predominantlywhite > .
horror as his friend Joseph Fama pointed a gun at a Bensonhurst neighborhood to look at a used Ih.yyk iK'Y'9rr.Y.w! *mwtan.o.tar
black teen-ager and fired three times at close range,a
homicide detective testified Thursday.In car.Fama is charged with being the triggerman in
the dual murder trial in state Supreme Court in Hawkins' slaying that has inflamed racial tensions
Brooklyn, Detective Darcy Callahan read from a state- citywide and sparked a series of protests,some violent.
ment taken from Mondello the afternoon after 16yearold Both youths are being tried by two separate juries.
Yusuf Hawkins was shot Aug. 23. Mondello's statement was not heard by the Fama's
"He heard a shot to his left," said Callahan, reading jury, because by law written statements made by an
from a statement. Then he observed Joseph Fama accomplice cannot be used against a defendant in
with a gun in his outstretched hand. court.
"He saw him fire three more shots from the gun. Mondello's lawyer, Stephen Murphy, grilled Cal
He saw the blue flash. He saw the black fall to the lahan, saying the statement was not in Mondello's
You probably it in
forgot was
ground." handwriting and had been doctored by police.
Mondello, watching without expression, put his But the detective insisted that the statement had the back of the closet.Or .
hands over his head and ran away from the scene of been read and approved by Mondello."I you moved and found it in
the slaying, Callahan said. asked him to read it out loud so that he under- the bottom of the last carton
The alleged confession places Mondello, charged stood it,"he said." hen I had him sign each individual you unpacked.Or .
with second-degree murder, at the head of a pack of page." you simply never got aroundto

returning it.

DECALSfrom campus from driving to school,but zone," Robie said. Whatever the reason, return
page 1 Robie said the idea didn't work. One apartment manager said that old Cox Cable converter box
Besides reducing confusion for the new rules will help draw students you're not using and we'll give
students live," Robie said. "Also, the administration, the new program into her apartment complex. you $10.00 for your trouble.No .
one side of the street would be also will be more fair to stu- "We've been telling people they questions asked.cmc.
commuter and the other would be dents, who must pay $51.00 for can only get a border zone decal
border zone. It was an administrative decals no matter where they're and it definitely discourages them
nightmare for us." allowed to park, Robie said. from living here," said Linda '
UF sophomore James Fitzgerald "It was the pits for students be- Schmidt of Old Archer Court
said increasing the number of cause the border-zone lots are far Apartments, on Archer Road.
commuter decals without adding ther away than commuter lots and But Carol Nylander of Oak- Cae Cable "
spaces is unfair to people who live the decals cost the same,"she said. brook Walk, 1212 SW 14th Ave., University Gty.lnc
farther from campus. Robie said the new program also said apartments near campus fill
"People who live close and drive would discourage students from faster because many students 1115 NW 4th Street 377-2123
should be charged extra for their living far from campus. hope to avoid parking hassles."I .
'Some restrictions apply. Offer good only April 26- May 11, 1990.
laziness Fitzgerald said.
,
don't believe
"People shy away from renting truly (the new Offer accounts.I .
applies only to non-returned convertors not active on current
Border zones were begun to dis- close to campus because they rules) will make a bit of differ-
courage students who live near would only be eligible for border ence," Nylander said.



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I said.All agreed that there aren't enough black
I Shades faculty members at UF to serve as role
of Gray models and mentors.
"(Racism) exists all over, especially in the
faculty," education junior Connie Goodmansaid.
"Then again, blacks don't take ad-
I vantage of the few faculty members we do
have. I know I don't."
Police officers also inadvertently promote
r racism because they often become suspi-
cious of people based on the color of their
skin, sophomore Troy Washington said.
"When I'm walking along I sometimes get
harassed," Washington said. "I can tell
(police) are watching me, and I'm not com-
fortable with that because there is nothingI
I can do about it."
Latson said black people are under-repre-
sented in classrooms, in the administrationand
in Student Government Difficulties get
ting blacks to get involved in SG outweighthe
benefits once they're in, Latson said.
Goodman said opportunities for black
people at UF aren't equal to those for white
people, but couldn't decide if that would be
considered racism.
orAel
"That's racism," the other four
demanded.
the other side of the Turlington
On courtyard literally white
congregate, unaware that
even the place they sit, separate from
blacks,could be construed as subtle racism.
Journalism junior Stacy Bercun said that
many groups including black people,
white people, members of fraternities and
sororities and people with similar ethnic and
religious backgrounds segregate them-
selves by sticking together. Segregated
groups create the appearance of discrimination -
and racism."Something .
should be done," Bercun
said. "We don't have a place to meet (black
students) if we wanted to. There are no
opportunities in our classrooms."
Sophomore Michelle Hager put the
responsibility for eliminating the self-im-
posed segregation on UF officials. They
.,rte Xr.Q should take the effort to create social and
academic groups where black and white
+. VIET TOM DO students with common interests can meet
each other, she said.
Where does the average student fit in the "You never see whites and blacks
together in class," Hager said. "It's pathetic.
People don't realize what they're doing."
fight against racism? This "unidentified racism" sometimes
can't be helped, she said. She doesn't have

I Debbie area in between. black students, gathered outside any black friends, not because she's
By Cenziper Racism, discrimination and inequalityhave Five Hall, all agreed racism is prejudiced, but because she just doesn't
A black UF student walks across West become common campus words usedto on campus and throughout the know many black people.
I University Avenue talking and laughing describe the same bug. A sampling of country, though they never have ex- Journalism senior Diane Krulac said she
with three of her white friends during lunch- students not involved actively in the racial perienced blatant racism themselves.The doesn't see any overt signs of racism at workor
I time rush hour. debate have varied opinions and solutionsto problem the group stressed most on campus. People socialize with their
Amidst a medley of horns and the blurred the controversial term called "racism. desperately was that black people often are friends, she said, whether they're white or
'I voices of passing people, the group suddenly Comments that out skin confronted with subtle forms of discrimination black."I .
specifically point
and
have a lot of black friends I just
hears ear-shattering, bass music blaring that white people aren't even
many
color make Beverly feel like a token insteadof think people hang out with whomever they
from a stopped car. Three black men are in aware of."You .
human she said. Those "
a being, feel most comfortable with, Krulac said.
'I the car, swaying to the music. stereotypical comments,which Beverly said get used to discrimination, though, Some white students sitting on the wall
One of the white women looks disgustedand she hears constantly, lead her to wonder, and just write it off most of the time," agreed that racism exists, but, like the black
I says, "Man, I hate when they do that" "Well, what are you implying?" And that education junior Rennie Latson said. students asked, they never experience it or
She then realizes that one of the women she hurts, she said. All five laughed when asked why black see it firsthand.
is walking with is black. She's embarrassedand Beverly said she hasn't experienced overt students sit on one side of the area outside Finance senior Michelle Coy said her '
to her friend, "Oh, but you're not Hall while white students sit
says Turlington on
racism, but friends who casually point out Jamaican heritage allows her to fall in be-
like the rest of them""When skin color give clear examples of subtle another side around the rock or on the tween the black/white controversy. But she
people things like that, it brick wall beside it They agreed that where
say racism,which can often be more dangerous. never has seen forms of racism personally,
makes me feel like we have a hell of a long they sit is not a matter of racism, but being she said.
UF Alisha Subtle racism is lethal because many with friends and feeling most comfortable."It's .
to sophomore Beverlysaid.
way go Sociology junior Jim Milliman said
white do it and don'trealize
"Habits that are ingrained like that are people how unintentionally tradition to sit here,"Latson said witha whites students don't think about racism as
hard things to break." become easily they stereotype or how smile. "Nobody questions it When you much as black students do because they
This may not be the type of"racism" that comments habits. get here, you see it. It's been this way for don't see it. Racism is more prevalent among
racial groups have depicted as plaguing UF, UF sophomore L Wayne Moore said he years." administrators than among the students,
but it is the subtle "racism" that white often experiences subtle racism but tendsto All of the students said they came from though, he said.Sophomores. t
students foster and black students feel. consider it a white person's ignorance middle-class high schools and perhaps that Marc Shaw and Vernon
Media from all around the country have about cultural differences."I was why they never experienced racism been roommates all year
been interested in UF's racial developmentsthis think a subtle form of prejudice is like firsthand. They all said they have white the different colors of
past semester because two vocal groups when a white guy automatically assumes I'm friends and do not see white students as their skin have had no bearing on their
have brought attention to UF's Affirmative going to say, 'What sup home-boy?' But enemies.But friendship.Said .
Action policy and minority recruitment And that's not me," Moore said./"I don't have tangible problems such as a lack of Gettone, "When we talk to each
although UF students have witnessed the that kind of dialect But I don't know if that black mentors, unprovoked police harass- other, it's obvious that we're different hues,
battles between the two racial extremes stems from racism, or if it's a form of ig- ment and under-representation also are ag-
firsthand, most situations fall in the gray norance." gravating promoters of racism, the group see Gray, page 11



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Darts & laurelsLAUREL 1Inanrial



to Santa Fe Community College officials for

adding paper products to their cafeteria. And a LAURELto

the students for fighting for the change and trying to

get polystyrene out all together.

DART to all students who are planning to go home for

summer break and intend on leaving their pets to surviveon

their own. I 4 e

When you abandon your pets, you are dooming themto
a few weeks or months of misery, and then death

when they are euthanized by Animal Control officials.

You also give students a bad image as pet owners. The

Humane Society already refuses to let-students adopt pets
because of this problem. forget promises you madeLast

DART to the management at the new Litchfield movie
week all celebrated Earth We talked
we Day.
theaters for laying several employees off following
a Benjamin Pargman
about how important our environment is and what we
woman employee's she had been raped by the as-
report as individuals and as a campus community are goingto S NG"
sistant manager. The assistant manager charged with the do for it. PEAKI OUT

crime has been fired, jailed and now released from the We have rolled up the banners,recycled the posters
You are this voice and this is what you must do:
Alachua County jail. and now it is time to make good on our promises,
1)) Phone Commissioner George Dekle at 374-5210.
Laying off several employees for wrongful conduct may and you on yours.Paynes Prairie is in serious jeopardyand Tell him you are a student and a registered voter in
we students are going to make the difference that
be fine, but this wasn't the case. A victim stood up and will save itMartin Alachua County. Politely ask him to support an appealto
reported the attack against her. This inappropriate call by save the Prairie.
Hackman, a developer from South Florida,
On take the one-hour break that
2)) Tuesday, study
the week-old business left a bad impression on the be able
soon will to begin construction on his Hunt will make a difference. Go to the County Commission
Gainesville community and odds are movie-goers won't Club, a 45-acre residential project on the edge of meeting at 1:30: p.m on the second floor of the county
forget it.DART. Paynes Prairie. Destruction of this ecologically and building downtown. It takes less time to ride downon

to the consultant firm Hunter/ESE for taking so archaeologically valuable land adjacent to the Prairiecan a bicycle than it does to ride across campus. Be
if the Commission does
proceed County not appeala
there and be counted. No elected body can ignore a
long to come up with a cleaning plan for the con- recent ruling of the First District Court of Appeals.
couple hundred of
taminated Cabot Carbon/Koppers Superfund site in Such a decision to appeal will be considered at the us. It
We students have been called a sleeping giant.
downtown Gainesville. Local residents have been com- I next County Commission meeting on Tuesday. is time this sleeping giant wakes up and begins to
plaining of air and water pollution related to the site, Our predecessors at this university were content make a difference in the community and on the planetit
while the company has come up with two plans one in with using the county's roads and leaving the com calls home.
mission alone to do what it pleases.No All it will take is local call today and a
1989 and the other last February that EPA refused to a phone
standards.If longer! Today we are a powerful group of one-hour study break on Tuesday. I know we are all
accept because they weren't to .
up
registered voters who are concerned about our com- studying, but one hour is less time than you will most
a company is going to do something as important as munity and its environment,both globally and locally.At likely spend sleeping in the library on Tuesday
this to maintain the health of the environment and local Tuesday's meeting, the usual voices of the anyway. Wake up and you can make a difference.
residents, do it right the first time. environmental community will speak for the Prairie. Don't you remember last week's slogan? It's your
This time you and I will add a new voice, one that Earth, and now is the time to get involved!
LAUREL to all the seniors that have earned the honorof
will those commissioners whose
impress salaries we Benjamin Pargman is president of the Environmental -
being called a graduate of UF. It's not easy getting a de- pay. On Tuesday, this voice will tip the scale in favorof Action Croup and will not be sleeping in the library
gree here in four, five or even six years these days, but our environment and will save Paynes Prairie. Tuesday.

did it.During.
you LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
next Saturday's graduation ceremony at the 0-

Connell Center, commencement speaker U.S. Sen. Bob APPLAUSE article eys Troy Davis and Allan Trueba the night.
Graham probably will tell about 4,000 graduates of the and the owners, with a small sec- ,Troy Davis and Allan Truebaare

bright future in front of them. It's a tough world out left out bars, MFPEditor tion Central about.the disc jockey at in fact, former employees of
there and we wish the best for each and one of City.A MFP, but they did not meet the
,
every you.
is to bea
: I feel that the article in the newspaper supposed criteria for continued employment.The
((This may be the last paper of the semester but the APPLAUSE section of the April 19, professional and unbiased formof reporter, 'Jeremy Helligar,
editor will be back for a reprise Summer A with a new 1990 edition of The Alligator was media. But when malicious and should have investigated his sour-
managing editor. Stay tuned.) extremely biased and lacked good slanderous comments are printed, ces before printing the petty
judgment.The it makes me wonder just how inde- opinions of a disgruntled ex-
pendent The Alligator really is.
reporter, Jeremy Helligar, employee as fact.
alligator In
Editor referring to Troy Davis'
was originally writing an article on
printed 'At In short,the whole article seemsto
quote, MFP
Lucy Chabot dance bars in Gainesville, but thatis anythinggoes advertise-
: Troy said. be strictly a gratuitous
'Wild
hair, wild
Editor Opinions Editor where his intentions stopped.His and
Managing
clothing, makeup on men.'" The ment for The Rev by Helligar
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton article was printed promoting The crowd at MFP consists of the same The Alligator, which makes me
Rev and it looks
to me as if that or
exact wonder if any special privileges
people who frequent the
Letter was his real intention from the
Policy involved in the
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be beginning.The other progressive bars, like Gator considerations were
typed. double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name address and telephone Bumpers, Club X, and even The writing of this article.
number. Names will ba wlthneld If the writer shows Just causa If you have any questions call article was almost entirely Rev. Most students bar-hop and David Perrat
the editorial page editor at 378-4458 interviews with The Rev's disc jock. will visit several bars throughout manager of MFP


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time to try something else.

You pick up a copy of The Alligator,glanceat
the front-page photograph, skim ever the

headlines and, depending on your
preference, flip to sports, the opinions pageor
the crossword puzzle. And when you're

done, you leave it on the desk next to you
for another student to glance through.

About a 10-minute job for you. Twelve-

hour job for us.Sometimes .

something will attract your
attention and you'll read the paper. Or stuffit
.
in your backpack to read later. Maybe a
story about your college or the protest you
walked by the day before piques your interest 4A
And sometimes, a well-reported and A otR

-edited story catches your eye and you readit. ra /

.
We know the average student doesn't
really care that student politicians play vtoi

games with their money or that administrators
are having another task force
meeting to decide if they need to do more
deciding. We spend a lot of effort writing
about that stuff, partly because we think
there are some things you ought to know
and partly to keep public officials in line.
(UF employees are public officials too be-

cause they get paid with public money.)

Just because of the way this place runs, '
our best writers often become editors, since Dame who will move his family to Orlandoto In other Alligator departments, goodbyeto bune, managing editor Mary Shedden with
they have been here the longest and know work for the Sentinel;copy desk chief and Chris Evans and Jodi Mejia from advertising New York's Newsday, opinions editor Tonya
this place the best. Sometimes, when the Patron Saint of Good Drinking Jon DeVries, Kelly Moore and Susan Walraven Sutton with the Richmond (VA) Times-Dis
best people are supervising instead of doing, who would rather be in Africa;stringer editor from classifieds and Brian Hertz from busi- patch, and staff photographer Kevin
the product suffers. and pillar of patience Daniela Dornic, who ness. Wisniewski with The Orlando Sentinel.

This semester, however, I was lucky to is off to copy edit the Florida Times-Union; We really aren't much different from the
have great reporters as well as editors and city reporter and drunken golfer Blake students who play politics on the third floor
it's hard to let them go. I feel like the mother Fontenay, who starts an internship with the We say a temporary good-bye to some of the Reitz Union. Like them, we get expe-
hen. This is our last paper of the semester Los Angeles Times next month; staff writer staffers who have internships including: rience here to put on our resumes and to
and a handful of the people who have spent Christy Harris who landed a job at the Palm news editor Ana Acle with the Miami Herald, learn what our careers will be like. And then
countless hours in this windowless room to Beach Post; art director extraordinaire and staff writer Geoff Boucher with the St. Petersburg we move on.

put this paper out are leaving for jobs and Alligator know-it-all Kathy Rohrbach, who Times,copy editor Joan Hamby with Many people call The Alligator a student
internships. redesigned the paper this semester; and The Gainesville Sun, staff writer Ron newspaper.We prefer to think of it asa small
Newsroom graduating seniors include: news editor and one-third of the token men Kaspriske with the Fort Lauderdale daily newspaper staffed by a group of journalists -
photo editor and big spender Suzette Cook; Greg Saitz who will write for the Sarasota News/Sun Sentinel, staff writer Duane who just haven't gotten their degrees
sports staff writer and child figure Mike Herald-Tribune. Marsteller with the Fort Pierce News-Tri EDITOR LUCY CHABOT

LETTERSTO THE EDITOR


or your neighborhood.It dered to stay where I was. I had a test later the apartment. He would not tell me who
Forget the beach, isn't glamorous, and you will sweat likea that morning and I really needed to get hometo made the call because he said it would be
guy climbing his 43rd minute on the stair study. I had done nothing to warrant this an invasion of that person's privacy.
tan while you workEditor master. But it is good, healthy sweat, inside stop, but that didn't seem to matter. How ironic! My privacy can be violatedby

: In our busy lives, it is efficient to and out. When he finally stepped from his car, the a loose accusation made by a person
kill five birds with one stone. How would Darcl SIrianni deputy asked me what I had been doing in whose identity is kept secret. I wanted this
lose 7JMDon't the complex. I asked him why he pulled me tenant to explain why she did what she did!
weight helpa
like to cop some rays,
you friend, stretch, lift weights and build over. He adopted a harsh attitude and told I was helpless and very, very angry andI
muscle tone simultaneously? turn someone in me that I had better answer his question."I I had done nothing.I .

was there visiting a friend," I said. suggested to my friend, who is also
The best part of it is that it doesn't cost any because blackEditor
they are He checked my license and my tag, then black,that she not renew her lease at Homes-
money. It's called yard work. informed me that the of the com- tead Apartments. Why should she live in a i
You out blue, Eckerd's : I am black and I had done nothing.As manager
get your where the tenants and the
plex had called the sheriffs department to place managersee
I was leaving Homestead Apartments one
beach chair and sit around all day getting a black and
man immediately suspecthe
report a suspicious prowler leaving myfriend's a
suntan, then you go to the gym. Of course morning in March, an Alachua County is a criminal?
Sheriffs deputy was driving in. I looked in apartment.I
timeto
you complain that you don't have any wants blacks to in and be
rear-view mirror and saw him turn I had been accused of being a thief and Society join part
volunteer work.Lef my
do done no crime had been committed. It was broad of the crowd. We have been trying to accomplish
around to follow me. I had nothing.I
back to the basics, folks. We all
s get this for the longest time and
daylight and, as usual, I had done nothing.I ex-
know someone-a friend's mom,your own I pulled out in front of a long line of cars
like mine indicate
what
mom, an elderly neighbor, a single mom, a and lost him. I began to relax. But after a I headed straight back to the complex.My periences a
tremendous failure our attempts have been.
dad or a perfect stranger couple of minutes, there he was again, right friend told me that three deputies had
grandfather, your
To the girl who made the caUl I that
that needs their lawn cared for this spring behind me.I stormed her apartment to find out if I had say
will have to about
and summer. I made a right turn, he followed. I madea stolen anything. you never again worry my"prowling"
Think of that warm feeling you get when left turn, still he followed. By now I could By this time I was furious.! went to the your neighborhood. We cannot
do something for someone else. It's just tell that he intended to pull me over, so it manager, Mr. Bob Bender. I asked him why live together in harmony as long as you
you plain rewarding.So came as no surprise when his lights flashedon. he'd called the cops and told them I was a neither trust nor respect us.
William Lewis
instead of afternoon soap operas,sun I had done nothing. burglar.He .
3LS
ning, or computer games, get off your sun Stepping from my car with my license, I said he had gotten a call from a tenant
tanned butt and help clean a friend's yard, walked toward his patrol car and was or who reported a suspicious person leaving


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benefits businessesExtra furnishedUnfurnishedWe're
I 12th Annual Health <
"New 8e Improved"1! Center Run <
visitors increase profits for local restaurants hotelsBy Convenient to LT Shands 28th
Saturday April
Shopping. Dining <
MARIA RUSS tion ceremonies May 5 in the going on," said Peter White, food VerticalsBasketball 10KM and 2mi Races 4
Alligator Writer O'Connell Center, which seats and beverages director for Holiday $9.00 Day of the race '
12,000 and probably will be filled, Inn-West. "But since it's gradua- Pets WelcomeI before < '
As UFs degree candidates dis- said UF spokeswoman Linda Gray. tion it will double our revenue for Townhouses Register <
2 Bedroom
tribute tickets for next week's U.S. Sen. Bob Graham, DFla.., the weekend." I or fully Renovated ror Fall 8 a.m. Start Time ,
graduation ceremony to out-of- will give the commencement Bennigan's manager Alex Starts behind Shands Hospital< '
town relatives and friends, many address, Gray said. Quintard, said he will prepare for I Landmark C For more info call: 375-2898
1111 SW 16th Ave ...... 4A .
local hotels and restaurants are Lyn Price, sales director for Uni- increased business by staffing I" I A. A..A.A..A..A..A..A._ .
gearing up for one of the year's versity Centre Hotel,said the hotel more cooks, waiters and I
biggest money makers. usually is booked 10 to 12 monthsin waitresses."We .
"Whenever you have parents advance for the event know when it's going to
coming into town,the sales will go Although the hotel makes about happen, so we are ready for it," Sterling Tire &
up," said Darin Chiodo, managerof $12,000 most weekends,Price said Quintard said.Bennigan's.
The Mill Bakery,Eatery&Brew- she expects graduation weekendto makes about
ery.Almost generate three times that much $35,000 most weekends, but graduation I i Quick Lube Center
4,000 students are ex- business. Other hotels also expect weekend probably will generate i
pected to receive degrees this more business. about$45,000,Quintard said. I
spring. About 2,300 students are "Normal Saturday nights, we Alligator writer Debbie Cenziper 405 N.W. 13th St. Gainesville FL 32601
expected to participate in gradua- half sell-out if there is nothing else contributed to this report. '
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Alexander said the senate had ners at the college level, who each
about 600 members last year and won$2,500.The money came from FOR LUNCH TRY SONNY'S
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faculty members are black. are hesitant to discuss the tensions -just like they were
from page 5 But the reactive changes made by UF over the past 20 10 years ago.
years haven't squelched racism altogether. The Quality of Life Task Force, set up by UF ad-
English professor Mildred Hill-Lubin, who has taught at ministrators last December to combat racial problems, is
but we just talk to each other like normal human beingsPeople UF for 17 years, said there is a resurgence of racism not basically useless,Carson said.The Task Force is unrealisticand
to people. It's not black talking to white." only at UF, but across the nation. is not made up of community and UF experts like it
Gettone said he socializes with all of Shaw's white friends Although 17 years ago racial complaints came from the should be, he said.
and rarely feels out of place or uncomfortable. When he mouths of black parents, more than black students, today's "(Racism) is a situation that ultimately will solve itself,"
does feel awkward,it's usually not a matter of race,but just demands are the same-more black faculty members and Carson said. "Society at large is more sophisticated and
being around strangers, he said. administrators'; plus more minnrihr iwniif-trii less reluctant to discuss these sorts of things."
But sometimes when he meets new white people, they --rh language-I is almost Of course, the other side
feel uncomfortable around him and often don't know whatto the same as it was years ago, of the coin, Carson said, is
say or how to act, Gettone said. only now we could say it is a Examples of subtle racism: that discrimination and
"When you come from different backgrounds, you form bit more overt in a sense," racism hasn't completely
different stereotypes: Gettone said. "Some people act a Hill-Lubin said. worked itself out in 300
certain way in a certain situation because they don't know Racism often starts on the ,4 Avoiding eye contact. years.
how to act around different people." administration level and / The only way for racismto
'I Both grew up in predominantly white neighborhoods. then works its way down to s::4 Trying t to speak using stereotypical dialect. work itself out is to havea
I Shaw said his white friends questioned why he decided to students who feel the effects, new generation grow up
i'' live with a black person not out of prejudice but simply Hill-Lubin said. i' in a world that doesn't al-
curiosity. "When you begin name- 4 Terming certain dance;clubs or music as : ways refer back to slaveryand
Their other roommate grew up in the South and both calling on an internal, (ad- "black" or "white.Inferring .* segregation, one stu-
said it was hard for him to get used to being around a black ministration) level, it ," > dent said. Alisha Beverly
permits the ugliness to come :' < called it "generation zero"
:'' person. 4 that If a black student or teacher
" "He didn't know many black people as he was growingup out on an average individual succeeds it is not the but and said if children grow up
,, norm, atypical. .
,"Shaw said."He's never really been friends with a black. level, she said. But, she not even understandingthat
Now that he knows a black person, his whole attitude has said, more white people there are differencesin
changed." recognize that black peopleare Assuming a black person received a ;, people because of skin
Gettone said most of his friends are white and that he disadvantaged. professional position or admission to UF due -: color, racism will eliminate
doesn't feel like he's losing any cultural experiences or Hill-Lubin said one of the :.to Affirmative Action'laws, :",,v, '<*,: : itself.
,
hardest things about being "We have to push our
missing out by not being with people of his race.
Gettone said racism on campus may not just come "point in! a professional position is children in an entirely new
blank" from differences in skin color, but more because that people often assume she got there because of Affirm- direction Beverly said.
people come from different backgrounds and cultures. ative Action legislation. As a professional who earned her Perhaps freshman Joy Mastropaolo has the solution to
"Although race filters into it, it's not just color differences position, she finds she must constantly prove her abilities, whatever "it" is that afflicts UF.
," Gettone said. she said. If UF creates outlets for people of different cultures and
10 blacks first were admitted to UF in 1962, The black person has to try either to be superhumanand races, she said the groups may be able to get to know one
i About Assistant Vice President for Minority Affairs overcome those problems or be hurt most of the time another.
Hart. Nine years later, UF implementedan and try to cope with them. That's the big battle," she said.
Affirmative Action plan following an executive order. Journalism Professor Les Carson, who has taught at UF "We're really all the same people,"Mastropaolo said. "We
Today, UF has 2,050 black students that account for 6 for 10 years, said race relations have improved over time. all have the same cells. We just need an outlet to get
percent of the student population. About 4 percent of UF's But the subject of racism is still semi-taboo and many people together and learn about each other."


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3,775, UF Students To Be Granted Degrees UNIVERSIffe42 I vl? ""r 41V



Mav 5 : 2.300 To Participate In Ceremony :b bProdur JAMES BURNS Pf English"r f \ GRIGGS RICHARD

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Approximately 3,775, students will receive r d by UF Information and Publications Services 355 tigprt Hall. and paid tar at usual advertising rates to
Industrial Professor of
degrees Saturday, May 5, at spring semester communicate official notices and important information to students faculty and staff, Call 392 0186 'information.. 3A

commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m.. in Engineering \a PsychologyCame
the O'Connell' Center. About 2,300, will par- 1

ticipate in the .
ceremony.The Came UF Came UF in 1973 to UF in 1974 assistant
to in 1966 associate
speaker will be Sen.. Bob Graham, -;; as assistant professor. to as professor. as professor.
former Florida Governor and state legislator Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ph.D. and M.A., Johns Hopkins University Ph.D., Indiana University; B.S.., Bradley

A 1959 UF graduate, Graham was M.B.A., Columbia University; B.S.E.. .E., University ; M.A.. ., University of Edinburgh.. Taughtat University.. Faculty advisor to Psi Chi and
L TeachersAdvisorsOfleVfear/ ] of of State Univer- Club.. Research interests include
elected to the Florida House of Represen- Michigan. Teaches engineering University Edinburgh, Psychology
: .rees+- economy and decision modeling courses. sity of New York at Buffalo.. Visiting fellowat human reasoning and the teaching of
tatives in 1966 and to the Florida Senate in -
Research areas include population explosion Magdalen College in Oxford.. Researchareas psychology.GREG .
1970.. He was elected in 1978 and S
governor 4 studies and conflict resolution. include the English novel, particularly
reelected in 1982.. Graham was elected to ". iir i
"C" novels of Jane Austen..
the United States Senate in 1986, where he 4--

serves on the Committee on Banking, BRECHNER FISHER GRAHAM
Housing, and Urban Affairs; the Committee -
on Environment and Public Works; and i

the Committee on Veterans'' Affairs. Campaign. In 1986 Fisher made what was rights of public access to government infor- Ten University-wide Teacher of the Year !

HONORARY DEGREESThe then the largest single gift to any institutionin mation. In 1985 Brechner endowed an Emi- Awards and two University-wide Advisorof N [TI TIJoined
slCame
Florida's' State University System-$$6.5. nent Scholar Chair in freedom of informa-- the Year Awards were presented at
honorary degree Doctor of Humane million to UF for the Fisher School of tion for UF's' College of Journalism and Thursday's' University Senate meeting.. The ROLF TIi
Letters will be Frederick Ellis
to
presented awards are designed to and
Accounting.The Communications and provided funds that encourage HUMMEL W. ANDREW NEIMEYER
Fisher 1959 of UF's of
,
graduate College Doctor of Humane enabled the construction of a freedom of in- reward excellence, innovation and effec-- McCOLLOUGH
Business Administration and honorary degree KARELISA
accomplished tiveness in and .
teaching advising.All
formation center in the new of Associate
Letters will be awarded to HARTIGAN Professor of
accountant, businessman and hilanthm ist. posthumously name
12 award winners, selected from this
Weimer Hall.. The center is for Professor of Professor ofPsychology
Joseph L. Brechner, writer, broadcast Materials
Fisher has contributed significant time, '
54 of Teacher/Ad/
Brechner, who died February 26. year's recipients College Finance
editorialist, columnist and Associate Science
and financial resources to UF newspaper
by
energy visor of the Year Awards, received $$5,000,
media executive.. Professor of n i
on the Business Advisory Committee -
serving each. The number of College awards varies,
of the business college and on the Brechner was a key figure in Florida's' LAS BACCALAUREATE Classics
based on instructional manyears and student UF in 1971.. Ph.D. in to UF in 1981 as assistant professor.
and other faculty
seniors UF in 1964 assistant
Graduating degree recipients Came to as professor.Ph.D.
Presidential Search Committee.He freedom of information movement. He
Advisory was in the College of Liberal Arts and credit hours. University-wide award ., Max-Planck Institute, Stuttgart, Ger- business and economics and B.S.B.A.. in industrial Ph.D.. and M.S.., University of Notre Dame;
is on the Board of Directors for UF Foundation instrumental in allowing cameras in Florida
winners selected committee B.S. UF. Founder and co-editor of The International
Sciences have been invited by the collegeto were by a Joined classics department in 1973.. Ph.D.. Trained as a physicist.. Developed management, all from UFo Served -
and is chairman of UF's Capital courtrooms and helped expand the legal many.
chaired Academic Affairs Associate Personal Construct
participate in the eighth annual bac-- by Acting and M.A., University of Chicago; B.A.., Col- "Electronic Materials" specialization in several years as an Army aviator.. College of Journal of
calaureate ceremony at 5 p.m. Friday, May Vice President Keith Legg and including lege of Wooster. Founder and director of an- materials science curriculum.. Research in- Business Administration associate dean. Psychology.!. Teaches undergraduate courses

4, in University Auditorium.. The ceremonywill four faculty members with distinguished nual Comparative Drama Conference.. Founder terests include reliability of microelectronic Teaches finance, business ethics and in abnormal psychology and graduate

(' THIS WEEK// be followed by a reception on the lawn. reputations for teaching and service appointed and c co-director of UF Center for Greek devices and optical properties of materials.. business and the humanities. courses in counseling psychology program..

C PAMPU A M P U S fA. DURING BREAK Faculty, alumni and parents are also invitedto student by designated Interim Provost by the Gene student Hemp body anda Studies. Regularly Iy teaches at Aegean Institute

L.. .) attend. LAW winners president.are The listed 12 below.University-wide award in faros, Greece.; Schedules Given For Break ;


The College of Law will award 213 juris
TODAY tion, 7 p.m.. ., President's' Box, Florida Field.. doctor degrees, 9 master of law in taxation Summer A Starts May 14

UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, University UF President John Lombardi will s speak at degrees and 1 joint degree at its separate b

Athletic Association, Stadium, 9 a.m.. to noon. 8 p.m.. Open to all graduating seniors. commencement ceremony at 10:30: a.m.. Monday, May 7, through Friday, May 11, will be the UF semester'break period. Classes
4TH ANNUAL FLORIDA TRUMPET Saturday, May 12, in the O'Connell' Center. will not be in session, and most campus offices and facilities will be on revised schedules.The I

FESTIVAL, hosted by UF music departmentand FRIDAY, MAY 4 4L 4UF The speaker will be the Hon.. Paul H.. STEVEN .s' break is not a holiday period for UF employees. Summer term A and C classes i

sponsored by International l Trumpet L BLOODMOBILE SITE, Infirmary/HUB/ Court, circuit court judge of the SANDERSON E E.DAN begin Monday, May 14. LIBRARIESThe

I Guild, 9:30: a.m.. to 5 p.m.. Music Building. west side of HUB, 10 a.m.. to 2 p.m. U.S.. of Appeals.. SMITHProfessor Marston Science Library will be open 24 hours a day until 5 p.m.. on May 4''' Libraries
Call 392-0223 to register. PHARMACYThe MARTHA Professor of
t GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING MONDAY, MAY 7 RADER of 4 v East and West and the Marston Science Library will be closed May 5.6 and. May 12-13..
I College of Pharmacy will award 94 Political be 8 to 5 .
will
All other days they open a.m. p.m.
AWARD Reception, 3 Friends of NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES SEMINAR, Science AccountingCame
p.m. degrees at its commencement ceremony at I The Law Library is open from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. through May 7 and from 8 a.m. to 6:30.:
i Music Room, Auditorium. "The of Vitamin E Assistant
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FRUIT CROPS SEMINAR, "Genetic ,; b Medical Professor of
Albany College
nutrition Auditorium. Florida Pharmacy Association will be from 2 to midnight on Sunday, May 6,
Health Center
The Library open p.m.
Transformation of Citrus Direct Gene clinical director and associate to UF in 1971 as assistant professor.
by professor executive vice president C.. Rodney Presnell Physical Therapy Came to UF in 1979 as assistant! professor. 5 ]12 2, and from 2 to midnight Sunday, May 13..
from 8:30 to Saturday May p.m.
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Transfer,; by UF fruit crops department of medicine L Lyn Howard, 4 p.m.., will speak. A reception will follow in the Ph.D.. and M.A-. :, Stanford University; M.A., Ph.D. and M.A.. ., Ohio State University; p.m.
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Fifield Hall.. Research Building.. Center Research Building. Came to UF in 1987. Ph.D.., M.S..S. and B.S.. ., Central Arkansas. Director of Tropical Con fessor of Accounting. Has developed Reitz Union Cafeteria will be closed May 3-13. The Snack Bar will be closed May

SATURDAY WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 Ohio State University. Served as research servation and Development Program in the several teaching and professional programsin 5 5-6. The Arrendondo Room and the Orange and Brew will be closed for the summer.
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veteran of the Boston Symphony Armando FRIDAY, MAY 11 Saturday morning, but a special ceremony honors 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.. ; May 6-11, from 7:30: a.m. to 11 p.m.; May 12 from 7:30: a.m. to mid-

Ghitallo, 8:15: p.m.., University Auditorium. UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, service area convocation will be held for the approx-- night; and May 13 from 7:30: a.m.. to 11 p.m.. Summer hours of 7 a.m.. to 11 p.m. daily
Tickets, $$6, available at the door.
behind Tigert Hall, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. imately 160 nursing graduates at 7:30: p.m.. ADVISORS OF T.. begin May 14.. O'CONNELL'' CENTER &: FLORIDA GYM '

SUNDAY SATURDAY, MAY 12 Friday, May 4, in University Auditorium.. All O'Connell' Center facilities, including the pool, track and weight room will be clos-
MUSEUM LECTURE, "John James The Hon.. Buddy McKay will speak. 14 the which will reopen -
ed May 513. All facilities will re-open May except weight room
MUSEUM ASTRONOMY DAY, with
Audubon,; by noted Audubon scholar Joel of telescopes, model rockets and exhibits DENTISTRY Affix New Parking ...... May 15.. The weight room in the Florida Gym will be open from 7:30: a.m.. to 4:30:
Mattison, 2 Classroom, Florida
Museum of Natural p.m. History. NASA programs, 1 to 4 p.m., Florida Approximately 66 students will receive Decals B By May 7 p.m. May 7-11. STUDENT HEALTH SERVICEThe
Museum of Natural their D.D.M.. degrees from the of
FLORIDA MUSEUM ASSOCIATES Annual History.CONTINUING College Student Health Service at the Infirmary will be closed May 5 5-6 and May 12-13 and
Dentistry in ceremonies at 2:30 staff and students must
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GERIATRICS LECTURE SERIES, "Give students, through April 29 in University Traffic and Parking on North-South MATURO, SNAP will begin summer operation hours of 8:30: p.m. to 1:30: a a.m. daily.. The UniversityPolice
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PERUVIAN ART SHOW, "Warriors, May, Reitz Union Auditorium. of- ofJournalism
director of Hospice of North Central be purchased In at the parking
Florida, Inc., 11 a.m., NHCU Conference Priests and God-Kings: Ancient Moche Art Gen.. Patrick Brady, chief of public affairs, fice between 8 a.m.person. and 4:30: p.m.. week- Zoology t'lf,' Decal restrictions will be lifted in all areas Monday, May 7, through Thursday, May

Room, VA Medical Center.THURSDAY from Peru," featuring effigy vessels and Secretary of the'Army, will s speak days.To avoid long lines, faculty,, staff and 10, except Blue One areas; Orange!Two' areas south of Black Hall; special areas behind
burial ceramics from the first-millenium Air Force ROTC will commission 30 officer the mail. Tigert Hall, Norman Hall and the Infirmary' lots and Schucht and Diamond Villages.. Meter
MAY 3 Moche culture, through May 4 in Grinter candidates at 4 41'.m.' Saturday, May 5, The annum cost prefer of using Official Business Came to UF in 1966 as assistant professor.: Came to UF in 1958 as assistant professor.B.S. enforcement will be lifted in all areas except the Health Center from May 7-11. All in- .

FINE ARTS DEAN CANDIDATE FORUM, Galleries, 9 a.m.. to 3 p.m.. weekdays and at Holiday Inn West. Col. James Brown, UF decal is $$133, second an vehicle, $$42; Ed.D.. and M.S.., Oklahoma State University Ph.D.. and M.A.. Duke University Director of; UF's'a, dividual reserved spaces, service drives, handicap spaces and no-parking zones are enforced I

University of Missouri (Columbia) fine arts 1 to 4 p.m.. Sundays.AFRICAN professor of aerospace sciences, will speak. Restricted Area, $$107',, second vehicle, ; M. Ed. and B.A.. University of Okla- University of Kentucky. coor-- at all times. UPD ADVISORYUPD
school director and music department chair- ARTS' EXHIBITS, "African Art Navy ROTC commissioning ceremonieswill homa.. Student services director In College of Marine Laboratory. Undergraduate I fin
man Donald McGlothlin, 4 p.m.., Friends of from the Rita and John Grunwald Collection" be held at 1:30: p.m. Saturday, May 5, in $$32; Commuter and Student, $$51, second Journalism and Communications.. Hume}Hall dinator for zoology department. Taught at advises all students leaving for the summer to take bicycles home or store them
the Reitz Union Ballroom. vehicle, $$16; car pool, $$35 per per- at Cen Duke University and University of North facilities. Students returning to residence halls for summer term should store
Music Room, University Auditorium. and "Other World Faces, Other World The speaker i is $$14. faculty member in residence. Taught private
SPRING GRADUATION' RECEPTIONfor Hands;," through May 14, Florida Museumof Vice Admiral John Ready, Commander of the son Questions; motorcycle should, moped be addressed and scooter to;, the tral State University, Edmond, 0 kb.; Findlay Carolina at Chapel Hill. their bikes in their rooms over break. If students are unable to store bikes in rooms, UPD {j 1

graduating seniors, sponsored by Natural History, 9 a.m.. to 5 p.m.. Naval Air Force US.. Atlantic Fleet. Twenty- Office of Traffic. and Parking.!.!,.. 3922241.. College and Oklahoma State University. recommends securely attaching bikes to bike racks.
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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: FURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN.Walk FOR RENT: UNFURN.2BDR FOR RENT: UNFURN.

Summer rmmt wanted to live In 2bd2baapt. to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$280, House by UF. Carport, fireplace, Sublease huge beautiful 2 brl 2 b townhouse -
1 FURNISHEDWALK Oxford Manor, $200 obo, master bdr 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. a/c. 328 NW 15th Ter. College Park Apti. with study. Close to Mall A UF,
wbath ivall. Call 3359217. 4-27-4-1 Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. Office: 411 I NW 15th Sir. 3717777. 4-27- Available June 1. $520/month. 332-4664.
3 BLOCKS UF Room c/h/ac share Santa Fe Trace Apis. 378-1190.I 4-30-75- 3-2 4-27-4-2
kit/baths w/d prefer male grad students PROFESSOR'S HOME
185 slngle240 double 376-6652 3788122. Oak Glade Apts. Near UF A VA, quiet MELROSE SPRINGS Brand new 2bd, 3-1 bedroom apt, private patio, central'
3BR/2BA Northwood Pines horn, washer/dryer available in moat units for screened porch, huge oaks, landscaped, h/a, kitchen equipped, 425 SE 8th St.
Cheerful 3bdrm home, fireplaces, gardens completely furnlihed. Dishware, $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B.1 & 2 Bath nice neighborhood$450/mo.475-1968 $195.00 + deposit 375-2505. 4-27-2-2
porches, parking ((2))$150 shares linens, all the comlorti. $250-$350, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- Pets ok. 4-30-11-2
available Special consideration to musicians Fireplace, garage, fenced yard. $750 75.2 Large spacious room for rent In big house.
3771510. 4.27.10.1 Avail now: 1-bdr apt; fans, cent heat/air; Two minute walk to campus. Well air-con
KEY MANAGEMENT SPACIOUSONE mini, vertical blinds; own bus, near UF; ditioned. 378-6917. 4-27-2-2
Townhouse-own furn. bdr, ba, wash/dry/ 371.3454 BEDROOM APT. $275 Including water 3730701. 4.30.5.2
pool, close to UF, $300+ 1/2 util. 335- ONLY $263MO.LYONS 2bdr/1ba/ quality construction, ceiling
1841 42710.1 PhD cand. seeks mature house mate, own APT Houie/duplex/ 4bdr/2ba, fireplace, cent fans, central heat/ac, bike to UF, garden
bdr/ba,w/d, micro,VCR, tale,quiet neighborhood 4000 SW 20TH AV. 3774797 ht/air/ 1 1/2 ml '0. of UF, 1yr lease plot, $300/mo/ $200 security; lease nego
OakBrook2bdr2ba/ 1/2 mile from UF ample parking. 372-0912 11 1.- 43071.2 $650/mo. Call 376-8183 Leave Message. tiable. Bob, 33S-5939keep trying. 4.27-
micro, ac,security, pool,338.0530 Andreaor 11pm.I 4-27-3.1 4-27-8 1.2
813-876-1776 (Collect). 4-30-10-1 INCREDIBLE
Furnished bedroom only $150 a 1/3 utl. 3 Efficiency Apt. HUGE, Studio 6 blks to UF wd firs, 1 Bedroom apt.2 blocks from UF air cond/
ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145 for Summer blocks from campui Available May-Aug. Starting at $18 fireplace, full sz kit, low elec. Lease til avail May 10th/easy walk to Shands$240
Spring & Fall also avail at CLO. Incl 377-0715. 4-27-3-1 Starting at $235 :2 BedroomMEADOWCREST July 31 wyear option. $285. 375-0963 Iv mo. (for summer or longer/) 336-0398. 4-
10 meals/wk.util/ pd,1-blk to UF.Student msg 4-27.8.2 27.1.2
Runll 377-4269 or stop by 117 NW 15th House 1 Br 4Blks UF 378-3988
St. 4-30-10-1 Summer-Fall, turn, no pets 375-3861 Center Court, very nice 2bd, walking distance MUST RENT SOONI Spacious 2br/2ba, 2 \
Grads $280. 377-0325 after 5 to UF, 1210 NW 11 Av. Dishwasher, blocks to UF call 336-0173 & leave message. t
closeto
3 rooms In NW home, wash/dry,2ba Check Our New Specials"All .
UF, $150-180 ft 1/4/ util, M n/s, turn cent air. Office: 411 NW 15 St. 3717777. 4-27.1.2 \;
....e.WINDMEADOWS***** Amenities Available
avail. 335.2891. 4.27.7.1 huge matt bdr In 3bdr/3ba turn or unfurn, FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 4.27.8.2Three THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane; ,
avail for 2 rmmts. $150. NEG. 338-6370 Roommates Avallabl.W.'r. See UF 'from private balcony, neatly renovated -
Large 2BR 2 "2 bth townhouse WoodgateMnr 42731Lg No. 1 Oaks 3bd 2bth just 3 blks N of UF, \
Becky. bdrm'e. 207 NW 17th St. 3717777.
nice. 414 NW 14 St.
w/d hookup. Avail May 1. $509/mo REGENCY OAKS very very CollegePark
neg. 332-9564 Ask for Linda or Barbara. ultra mod,3bdr/2ba twnhs,4 yr old.btw 378-5766 Properties. 3717777. 4-27-8-2 $50 off rent: 1bd/bath, quiet, stylish gar
UF, SFCC.&mall. Quiet commun, 3230 SW Archer Road den apt. May 25-July 31, pets ok, no deposit
ROCKWOOD VILlASI! beautiful 3bd/3ba/ For Rent: 3bdrm Condo In Marchwood,
furn condo lor n/s's In fall & spring call Jacuzzisecurity ayste, wa/dry & more. COUNTRY GARDENS $550 a month, 3 month lease. Call forInterview close to campus. >
1-363-0047 (Jax), I will return your call. $950/mo.neg unfurncall 374-8621/lv mes 373-4500 336-4502. available May 1st. 33593523958785./ 4-27-3-2
sage. 4-27-2-1 2001 SW 16th StreetIn
Sorority Annex Sublet. May-Aug. 1 blk Studio. 1 1bd, 2bd, and 3bd apts and 2BD/1/ BA $325/mo Phoenix Apt, close to
from Norman. $275 # util (neg ) Call 375- ONE BLOCK TO UFo one bdrm $250 a The Pines houses avail now and for fall. Walk to UFI UF/Shands, very spacious/ year or summer
3821 and leave message. 4-27-5-1 mnth Includ utilities Call J.II.t 375-1555, Spacious 1, 2 A 3 Bedroom Beat the rush! College Park Properties lease, pets ok. Call Lee 378-1802.
leave m'lSag.1I no answer. 4-27-2-1 Apartment & Townhouses 411 NW 15th. 371.7777. 4-27-8-2
**BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK* Convenient to UF/Shands
Luxury condo 4 bike from campus security FOR RENT: 2 pools, tennis crt, weight room, A 2BR/1 1/2 BA quiet & conv.nl.nlloc.. CRUISESHIPS NOW HIRING
meld eervlce. European kitchenw sauna, 2 laundry rooms. tion, pool clean. Foxmoor Condo. 3800
micro, dlshwash, disposal full size 2 UNFURNISHEDAttractive Ask about bdr specials $400 off SW 1 11 Ave. lyr lease, $400/mo. 332-7257. for spring, Christmas and next sum-
wash/dry./ $200 to $390 monthly. 375- Ask about Summer Specials 4271.2 mer breaks. Many positions. Call

4541. 4-27-4-1 clean apts. a houses, close to 373-3371 WOOD FLOORS 1Bdr Now 1-805-682-7555 EXT 5.1115.
or 2Bdr or
RENT PROF'S HOUSE SUMMER C $400 UF, avail, for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs. 205 SE 16th Ave. Fall. Walk to UFII College Park Apts. 411 (call 7 days a week) I
3 B D R. 3732360. 4-27-3-1 Call 4959024. 4-30-24.2 1/2 mile east of Main St. I NW 15th St. 371-7777. 4273.2


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372-2561
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Physical Examination

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PLEASE Cancer Screening Profile 3 Pools 3 Laundries Ceiling Fans

DOn SMOKE! Complete Blood Count Flexible Leases. '

Study Hall & Rec Hall .
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seeling now: Muunognphr offered it en additional $$60
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yew baby Appointments must be made 10 days prior to your screening.For minutes from Campus & Shopping
2 Smlung iwemei Infant( mortolrf an appointment, call 338-2150.

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FRIDAY..APRIL 27.. 1900.',ALLIGATOR.. '

Alachua Co. FOR RENT: UNFURN.Super FOR RENT: UNFURN.WALK SUBLEASE: HSEAPTNS

2bdr"ba apt. Fireplace, Phoenix
OWNERS SALE 2630 SW 33rd PI. 12/mo lease, no pets TO CAMPUS F to have own master bath & bedrm
$330/mo. Avail Aug. 373-1558. 4-27-6-2 for only $180/mo. & 1/2 util.! Need from
Great 2BR apt. Hardwood floors, May 1-Aug 15. Opt. lor fall Call Kim 338-
5 Acres $14,900 A 2br 2 bike to UF and sorority row, taste inside bike storage, window 3838. 4-30-9-4
fully remodeled lofted ceilings no pets coverings, central air $400
15 min. from Gainesville, mall, University and hospitals. avail now $260. 373-8022. 4-27-5-2 1 brm apt 5 blocks from UF. Sublet all

Near & rivers !* KEY MANAGEMENT summer (May-Aug) $245/mo Palm Bay
springs easy drive to Gulf. Beautiful J 3bd/2ba ac house. $575/mo. Avail June 3723060MOBILE Apts. Call 378-2629 leave message. 4-

property on paved road in NO. FLA. growth area. This y 1 1796.st. 1707 42752MF NW 38th Terr. By appt only. 372- 27-7-4__

won't last. Great terms. Call Now! HOMES: FREE MONTH RENTI

rmmt needed for own room In 3bdr 3 FOR RENT/SALE avail May I thru Aug 1 15, close to campus
Patten Corp. 800-888-4606, Ext. 842 from 8:30: to 8:30: KDiverJupply 2bath apt lor summer C. $160 a mo + 1/3 poolside, 2bd/1ba/ nice) Call 374-6917
util. Call Coral 376-3893. 4-27-5-2 Ive 4.27.7.400000000eeWindmeadowseee9
'80 Mobile Home lor tale. Good cond, Ctrl message.

i Rent: Itlltl? MAY FREE, Free bed. walk to ae/ht 2bdr 1 1/2 bath part (urn, wash/dry

campus, 2 room 1 1/2 bath, dishwasher, $5500 ObO. 373-2227. 4274.3 ......

NkVER ONi pool weight room, twnhse, 375/m/ 378- Quiet Sublet 2bd/2ba of 3bd/3ba
country living excellent condition.
4592. 4-27-5-2 $210/mo/ rent
14' X 70' on 2 beautiful acres. Buy home, neg.
335-2144 Ask for Jill or Julie.
Cheap I 2bd $235/mth $100 deposit rent land. 6 ml N of G'ville. 4852738. 4-27-7-4

quiet/safe 3 ml from campus. Call Cindyor 4-27-4-3

Bill at 372-9687. 4-27-4-2 Sorority Annex apt. 1 bdr/1 ba, I blk to UF,
Moving-Must Sell!12x61 turn. 2bdr/1 ba,
central ac, I mo. free for Summer C. Only
1972 great cond., $4500 OBO Cash. 336-
SUPER LOCATION $225/mo./ Call John 3717893. 4-27-7-4
Newberry Crossing 8984. 4-27-2-3
Ph. 3324141SCCIBfi 1 BR apt I block N ol O'Dome. Big yard lor
1281 N.W. 76th Blvd. football parking. Earn extra cash. 338- Summer sublet May 15-Aug IS nice spa
1161 4-27-4-2 SUBLEASE: cious bd/l ba apt 3 blocks from campus.
1621 NW 3rd PI '3. $225/mo lease op-
SURF SKI Sublease huge, beautiful' 2br/2ba townhouse 4 HOUSE/APT. tion. 336-6850 aftr 10. 4-27.7-4_
with study cto.eto mall &UF.Avail

Scuba classes from waterto able June 1. $520/month. 3324664. May rent FREE! 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD OXFORD MANOR Sublease lor C. op.
open MANOR. Rent summer C w// option for tion lor fall, 3bdr/3ba, washer/dryer, also
LUXURY CONDO (urn. lor sale, please call 3778287. 4-
cave and cavern. $125All 27-17-4 Fall. Call nowl 375-1208 Iv. mesiage. 4- 278.4

2BR/2bath loft condo in quiet

female classes available NW pool, coin laundry and hook-ups. Please Help Us: 2bdr/1 ba Apt. for Sum GATORTOWN Pool view, Huge 2bdr/1

-a $550 mer C. Use our furniture A pay no de- 1/2 ba May-Aug $330/mo/ negotiable. Call
FULL
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
positll! Reasonable rent. 3388492. Ellen or Lisa 371-4846 evenings 4-27-6-
KEY MANAGEMENT 4-30-16-4 4
Equipment packages 372-3060 _

Snorkel packages .., *** AAAAAHHHHHHHHHHIII *** Oak Forest spacious, furnished 1 bdr
t. AVAILABLE NOW OR MAY HELPI available May-Aug. Rent Negotiable. Call
Sublease a furnished bedroom
Standard 80 cu. ft. ONE BLOCK FROM UFI May rent Is 3363973. 4.27.6-5
I" 1 1/2 BA SW _
2BR
Tank $97.50Includes :: duplex. FREE! June.July $170 Aug $150. Call
Extra nice flat with 2 big 335-2202 ,leave message. 4.27.2.4 ..OWN ROOM & BATH..
valve and VIP. bedrooms, hookups, yard mamt. $325 for summer, very spacious apt, beautiful

SEA 300 Regulator $184.95 )" Sublease For Summer Woption for Fall. duck pond pool laundry, need rmmt.
Great 2BR 1 1/2 BA townhouse, Rent $175 Ph:
Spacious 2bdr Apt. CHEAP RENTI! Call small pets ok negotiable.
SEA Elite Silicon Package $63.95 \ breakfast bar hookups, 3768090. 4-30-16-4 3714055. 4-27-2-4

Includes mask, fins & snorkel some utll pd. $325 _
Resp quiet n/s needed. Own rm In abed SUMMER A, B. or C, I or 2 F N/S/ Rmmts.
WE HAVE ALL BRANDS! KEY MANAGEMENT 11/2bth apt. Only 120,1 pay the rest. No Large bdr, own ba Pine Tree Gardens,
372-3060 dep, May-Aug. Call 375-1354 after 6pm Rent neg. Please leave message 336-

Handicapped Scuba Association Classes BIKE TO CAMPUS Saeed. 4-30-13-4 4367. 4-27-6-4_

Spacious 1BR apt. downstairs, Regency Oaks apt, 1bdr, large, for more May rent FREE! 3br/3ba in Oxford Manor;
Info 378-2202 mornings and evenings. 4- rent summer A.B or C w/ option for Fall.
walk-in closet, mlnl'a.10m. ,
FREE EYEQLfiSS ,.,WNYfiRDwlttvthl. utilities paid. $240 27.12.4 Call 375.5871 Iv message. 4-27-6-4

Windmeadow 3bd/3ba for sublease from 2bdr,2bth apt at Oxford Manor lor
coupon while .upplles last dishwasher Upstairs 1BR, coin balcony laundry condo$275 May-August with option for fall. Call any $400/mo/ neg. MUST sublease by May
time, 336-8315 or 336-8316. 4-27-10-4 (can even take over rent in Aug) 375-4201
after 4-27-6-4
5pm.
Country living in a 2BR duplex, Lakewood Villas-Sublse May-Aug turn _

private, air, pets ok. $275 bdr, own ba. wash/dry, attractive and miff sublet room in Ig 3bdr/3ba house

.THEATRES There HA DifferencetU KEY MANAGEMENT clean, only $242/mo. 335-5589 leave w/garage, quiet area must see, close to
DAILY TWI-LIGHT SHOW message. 4-27-10-4 UF.w/parkmg spot Incl. Rent n.g.371.
OAKS 1 MALL 10 I 372-3060
$2.50 btw fi4pm-lpm 8243 Paul. 4-27-5-4_
UMTEDTOSEATINaOAKS Sublease a HOUSE for summer! 2bd/l ba,
OAKS MALI MiWNfWBtRRVRllAP furn., wood floors, Ig. kitchen nice yard Summer Sublet. Mt. Vernon apts
PLAZATRIPLETHEATRE 2 min. bike to campus. $440 3734662. 2bd/2ba twnhs less than 1ml to UF 8
I 6 EAST 331-8118: : t i 43010.4 Shands. 3755694. 4.27.5.4


Oxford Manor own bd/ba. furn., wash/dry. Sublease Summer C 2bdr in 3/2 h... 1
This Is No Cartoon! SPACEDINVADERS 14,14 A 01A fit 110, Price neg. Sublet' summer C. 3716237. mile from UF In scenic fmly nbrhd.
$3.00 matinees. 52.50 twilight shows 4-30-10-4 wshr/dry ac, carport. $125 nego. Call
TIEHAGE MUTANTNINJATURTLES m] starting' between 4-6 pm 378-4198. 4-27-5-4
$2.75 senior citizens & children 3.12 _
m: OAKBROOKI Own your own condo for almost
$3.50 students evening (with I.D.) no mny downtake over pmnti.Fully Sublease 2bd/1ba/ save $150 clean apt.
1:30: ,2:30: ,(TLS 1300: c UN) 1:00: ,IN.(TLS 1:15.c: c 0 2.50), THE HUNT FOR RED Furn w/waih/dryr.call Craig 378-3451 Iv walk dist to UF/Shands $360/mo 2 pools
1:00.10:15,12:15: : 7.30.1111.53,12:115Ern.5t : : OCTOBER (PC 13)) message. 4-30-10-4 May-Aug opt to lease call Amy & Mejgan]
1:10: 516 816 lt.nIn
3748780. 4-27-5-4
set tau' _
free! 2bdr/lba in
May rent Bailey Manor
DRIVING MISS DAISY (PC)
Wild tlool.I0711.1O: rent lor summer w/optlon to renew In fall Rocky Pt. Apt. ONLY $130/mo females
P4.a.t.. wdeihl.. Movies Secure, quiet adult community, needed subleasing 2 huge rms in a
Orchid Noon Sol tool! 43010.4 15. Ann
3bdr/2ba
00 $275/phon.371-7282. apt. May 4-Aug or
to Jail fro] ERNEST GOES; TO JAIL (PG Renee. 335-6493. 4.275.4Classifieds. .
GoeS
2.00, (TLS 1.30 t S2.50),, 1 46 u. 6 46 "1 9 45Fri8a1. SURF/PARTY house 1320 NW 2nd Ave _

2:00: (TLS 1:45: c 0$S2.50 1:00: ,10:30: ,12:30: .Midnight Movies next to Rocky Rococco. Term 5/5-8/5/

7:45: ,10:30: Rocky 12:30: ..mean- "..."../141.I. "..., $110 mo, 1/6 util.Call 3381263. 4-27-8-
4 Continued on next page.
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$3.50 STUDENT PRICE VANS
WITH STUDENTI.D.
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7:45,1:55: 2:00: (TLS 1:30: t S2.50 Weekdays:0.7.9;:.Sol No moan 6 Sun= ', 3,E.>',erose. MIDNIGHT FRI SAT
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lEIII 1m Her lover M $810 8un:' "'.117.15'::1', LEASING

1:30: ,(TLS 4:45: c 0$2.50) INSTANT KARMA (5)) 376-6043 3535 call
1:30, fLS 4:30 cS2.50
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SUBLEASE HSE/APT SUBLEASE: HSE/APT SUBLEASE: HSEAPTSublease SUBLEASE: HSE/APT SUBLEASE: HSE/APT

CAMELOT 2bd/1 ba untur. Good Location! N/S/ F to sublet 2bdrm apt for summer,
for A & B 2bdr
** Need roomies 4br2ba House ***OAKBROOK WALK!*** summer garage
$425/mo. no dep. Take over leas*-ends w/d/ a/c, d/w. 2 ml from Shands, $175/mo
BEAUTIFUL apt, one block from campus, $315 a
** Spacious NO DEP REO. May-July, 1bd & ba 3rd fI.
In Aug. For more Info, call 378-0296. 4- & util. Also need rmmt In tall. 3355619.
month. Call 336-4539 and leavo
** ONLY'V2 blk fm campus turn, pool, 1-2 rmmts $150/mo. Les- mes
** 180mo CALL 3725574. 4.27.5.4 lie/Jodl 3776397. 4.27-3.4 sage. 4-27-3-4 27.2.4
In house
ROOM 4 RENT furnished huge

Right across from Campus! 1 012! F rmmts OXFORD MANOR: SUBLEASE, Mstr bdr F N/S needed to sublet sum A or thru 7/31 Hug bedroom, ceiling fans, wood Iblk from UF avail May 1-Aug 1 $165/mol
wanted lor summer c. Own room In beautiful avail Summer C. $200/mo, across from In Oak Forest $136.25/mo/ & util, share floors, screen porch, large yard. Walk to obo.Call Greg at 3739883.1320 NW 2nd
3 bdrm triplex behind B.King. Call pool. 371-1617 Lv Msg. 4-27-3-4 room w/ own ba. Call Tammy 3352960. UF. $225 sublease. Partly Furnished 375- Ave. 4-27-3-4
338-0411 4275.4 4-27-3-4 1558. 4-27-2-4
M/F/ for 2bdr/1 1/2/ ba turn livingdiningwith
**l'll take **
thing
PINE TREE GARDENS 2bdr/2ba sublease Oak Forest Sublet any 1bd In 3bd/2 1/2 ba SUBLET MAY RENT FREE at M/F own master brm.huge closetvaulted opt to buy bdrm turn. Only $265 near

or re-rent lor summer, (all option, townhouse for summer C, Living area STONERIDGE for summer 3bdr/2 1/2 ba. cellings.vclose to UFNICE. l85negl campus, avail 5/10.8/15, Call 336-
rent neg. Please call 3368349. 4275.4 turn. Make an offer please. $190/mo & 1/3 LET'S DEAL. Call 3360529. 4-27-3-9 Sublease summer w/fall option 8648/335-3516. 4-27-3-4

elec. obo. Call Doug 335-2561. 427.34 Tracey3730419. 4-27-2-4 In 2bd/1 1/2 ba
Mill Run twnhse, 2bdr/1 1/2ba, SummerC Nice, cheap, 2 rmmtt to sublease MAY FREE! own rm huge
Oxford Manor ibd avail May 7, option for in NW area. 5 min to UF. $168.50 & 1/2
price neg. 336-8766. 4-27-5-4 ***** RENT NEGOTIABLEII ***** 3bdr/3ba, turn condo. $120/mo avail May.
F/ NS needed for own bedroom & bath In July. Pool w/d In Casablanca. 3350101. renewal In Aug. Nice, clean, & gray car util. F grad-stud. as rmmt. 372-9502 Iv
Point West-34th sublease: May-Aug. 2br 2bd apt Summer C In Point West. Call 4-27-2-4 pet. Big enough lor two! Call 378-6515 Iv msg. 4-27-3-4

fully (turn POOLSIDE Imile to UF 373-1562 leave msg. 4-27-3-4 msg. 4-27-4-4
$445/month. Call Kevin or Walt 378-2144. STONERIDGE/SUBLET m.bed wprlv.. LAURELS, SUMMER C, 3bd/3ba micro,
4275.4 ONE BLOCK FROM UF 2br/1ba 2nd floor bath turn In 3bd/2 1/2b townhouse 200 + House for rent, 2br/lba/ woodfloors. lots wash/dryer, (urn. avail, other amenities,
sublease May-Jun lease renewable, 1/3 util or best offer 335-0079 Iv. mes of space, Iblk from Tigert/Norman, S/15-/ $550. 3356978. 4-27-3-4
Sublease Snow Whites cottage ale/ for $325/mo. Call 375-8650 or 3721494. 4- sage. 4-27-2-4 8/15. Super nice, call 395-0834 or 395-
summer or longer. Charming 70 year 27-3-4 9172. 4.27.4.4 Steal the most Incredible, luxurious,
old 1 bedroom duplex 1 block E of Nor. Sublet House in NE. Own Bedroom and clean & really cheap 3bdr apt In G'vlll.lor
man Hall. Call eve. 3761417. 4-27-5-4 SUBLET From May 7 to July 28 Ibdr In Bath. Nice. June and July w/option. MONEYII! Sublease 2bdrm/2ba apt. One summer. Oxford Manor. 3350573. 4-27-
166/mo/ 1/3 util. 377-6589 Mike. 4-27- month free and no depositll Lease May-
2bdr/1 1/2/ ba apt, Landmark. Only $300 +
Fall Semester Sublet, 2br/lba/ lully (turn, for summer 8 util.! Call 3726076. 4273. 2.4 Aug 14. Call 372-3467 leave message. N/S/ Female sublease Summer A, B or C
lor $160 & 1/2 utilities. Call Joanna or
Camelot short walk law school. 372-
to
Quiet 2br
MAY FREEI spacious Georgetown
0661 4-27-4-4 F N/S/ (for own room In Stonebrldge. No OAKBROOK WALK own bdr/ba,wash/dry/ Monica at 3355660. 4-27-3-4
apt for sum, close to campus, shop-
pets. $175/mo/ & 1/4/ mil. 377-0602 Lisa. micro, fully turn. Move In now for only
ping, bus, pool, central air, mod,
in the LAURELS
ARLINGTON $190/mo $390/mo Call 3352865. Apt
SQUARE 2bd/2ba.lurn/ all (reg )
ammen included, rent Call 374- RM IN THE LAURELS (summer w/opt to 4-27-2-4 appliances. 3711087. 4-27-3-4 CHEAP, Summer AB, or C
neg. renew) In 2bdr/2ba/ Brand New Apt. All Ask for CARLA or
4593. 4-27-4-4 extras, 1st 3/mo/ Nego. 335-5548 or 335- MAY FREEI Sublet Oak Brook walk apt MELINDA 335-5422. 4-27-3-4
Lakewood Villas. Sublease of
1156. 4273.4WINDMEADOWS any part for sum, Ilex liv. arrangements, fully turn,
** OWN ROOM ** frnshd twn house summer. Rent negotiable. Call anytime at w/ micro, w/d, VCR. 371-1087
apt w/ wtr bd. Hal) mile to UF. BEST 3354591. 4-27-2-4
APTS.
OFFER. Call Jim 377-S653, live message. HUGE* 2Bed/2Bath/ sublease for summer ..Hawaiian Vllg* $300/mo. 000 2 SEIZED CARS, trucks, ..4 wheelers .

42744Sundown woption for tall, unfurn. Call lor Into 336- Sublease Summer Oxford Manor, bedroom/bath./ Really nice and big. Must TV's, stereos, furniture, computersby
4218. 4-27-3-4 2bdr/2ba/ poolside, furnished, wash/dry, see. Close to UF. Call 338-1384 anytime. DEA, FBI, IRS and US customs. Available
Studio sublease for summer near gym. 336-1241. 4-27-2-4
until July 31, unlum., $222/mo./ 3738951. **BEHIND NORMAN* 2 rooms $105 your area now. Call 1-805-682-7555
Sublet for NW
Own In
4-27-4-4 summer room Sublease Summer C Oxford Manor Fully and $115/mo FULLY FURNISHED! great Ext. C-1670.
home, close to UF, $100/mo (reg. $175)) & (turn, 2 Bdr/2ba/ In a 3 bdr apt $200moutil + roommate. Call 371-7526 (summer). 4- (call 7 days a week)
1/3 util. Call 3351208. 4-27.3.4
LAKEWOOD VILLAS, need 2 to sublease Amy 335-6307 Lv Mess. 4-27-2-4
May-Aug turn Ig 1bdr, $460/mo & util, 1

w/d 4.4, cable tree. 336-8465 Iv mes. 4-27- DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited


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SPYGLASS Sublease May-August ExpressDEIHUNCHBUEFET by

BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse, fur f ACROSS 3 "The 29 Involving a 47 Students of
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message 1 Theda Bara, Animal": Fonda break UCLA
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e.g. film 30 Seasonal songs 48 Applaud

Ibdr In OXFORD MANOR. Rent summer r 5 Double Items? 4 Can 31 Funnyman 49 First-rate
includes 10 Burner used In 5 Crops Murphy 50 Chestnut or
C woption for fall. Price neg., GREAT :
location by pool. Greg 3776670. 4274. deli meats labs 6 Popular 33 North Star walnut
fresh 14 State 51
4 Winged recordings Hair-raising
$4 95
choice of bread, 15 "The Hoosier 7 800-mile river in 36 Up the ante 52 Composer of

M/F/ 2bd/2ba Polos. Get master bdr, j salads & Poet" China and 38 Rubbed with oil "Rule Britannia"
sauna, pool, wt rm, norm. $310. Call Henk soupswlbeverage 16 Ancient Syria Soviet 41 a deal! 53 Took advantage
and get summer rate $210. Wa/dry. Call / andonehctspedalty
17 Capacity to Union 44 Member of a of
4073946701. 4-27-4-4
OC? Soup endure 8 Classic Roman Catholic 56 Big shot, for

WALK TO CAMPUS. Oakbrook Walk. item each $& & Salad Shankar, the preceder order short
Sublease for summer, lully turn 2bd/2ba day sitar player 9 Groups of signs 45 Ancient unit of 57 Bad -:

wa/dry micro, pool, avail May 5. f 20 Playground 10 Breadwinner weight German spa
$300/mo. 371-7630. 4-27-4-4 equipment 11 Electronic

21 Put on device ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
Private bus to/from UF/SFCC/ 1bdr/1ba $1.00 OFF COUPONS
for summer sublease apt, turn, clean, ; 23 Type measures 12 Wheel hub COR N.. TAM E R D

wash/dry, must sublease, rent neg. Call 24 Does English 13 In the center A ROO M. I N I G 0
3787620. 4-27-4-4 : 11.00: am-200 pm a homework 18 It has privileges RED.H. ERR I N G S lOR
26 Activate 22 de la
a Monday-Friday Designer ENS I L E MUS E E
2-3 bdr house, bike to campus, hardwood 29 gland Renta
floors, ceiling fans, huge backyard, : dJ1e 2 Inside Holiday Inn : 32 TV host Griffin 24 Type of grass .. TOM C A 1 T WAG 0 N

$425/mo./ 371-0851 Iv message. 4-27-4- University Center 33 Vaporous 25 Region in NE I JAY S. 0 TIE ALE..

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2bdr/2ba/ summer lease. Country Village, : I OUtback I" Corner of 13th Street : 34 One's native 26 Deep bluepigment M OILILIU I S K. T REM OIL I 0

furnished or unfurn, close to UF, large. & University Avenue s land B Y L I N E .1 P 0 0 R WOK

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WINDMEADOWShia Lakewood Villas 3 rooms In NW home, wash/dry, 2ba Room In 3br house. 5 min. walk to hl.t. dist.

terbedroombathJ135mo. 3bd/ba townhouse ibd/ba avail. close to UF, $150-180 & 1/4 utll, M nil. campus. Sum met AB, or C. M/F ns pre M/F to share apt very roomy, great loci
335.1893 keep trying. 4-27-3-4 Fully Furnished avail w/d Incl. turn avail. 335-2891. 4-27-7-5 ferred. 148/mo./ +1/3 utll. Call Now. 373- You'll love ill $175/mo. 372-4129 for more
242 a month call Andy 335-4694. 4271. 5190. 4275.5 Info. 4-27-4-5
SW Are 1 BDRII BA Apt $200/mo thru 4 2 M/F Rmmts Needed for Summer Start
July 31. 3354870.273.4 5/4. 4bd/2 1/2 ba Pinetree Gardens. F n/s to share 2bd/1/ ba apt furn. $140/mo/ $250/mo Rockwood
MUST LEASE Woodgate Manor-near $135/mo ft 1/4 utll. Dep. neg. 335-5119 + 1/2 utll. Needed as soon as possible.Call .
Fem. roommates for
( ) summerMaster
SFCC. $100 call after 5pm. 427.75 Lisa 335-4230 Iv 4275.5
332-0788 nudists wel msg.
In br and allow.d.Tracy .
Hawaiian Village summer c own rm study. Dogs
come. 4-27-1-4
3bd/2ba apt. tt50/mo + 1/3utll. Call Jed PINETREE GARDENS F rmmt own bdr POLOS-I need mil to sublease own room 335-4736. 4-27-4-5

373-0848. 4-27-2-4 MAY RENT FREE! 2bd/2ba Country Village $140/mo ft 1/4 Utll. Call 3388947. 4-27- In 2bdr/2ba turn apt. Rent ,Is neg. starting LIBERAL n/s m/f needed: Summer C '
Sublease 7.5 summer A. Please call Mike at 3355218.
May-Aug. Furnl' 3/4/ ml to
SPYGLASS, summer sublet' C, 2bdr/2ba, own furn/nonfurn bdrm in Homestead Apt.
UF, Rent nego, Lv msg 3784803. 4-27- 4-27-5-5 $172.50/mo & 1/2 utils. Call 336-4959
[MAY FREE thru mld-Aug. BRAND NEW 1.4 F n/s needed to share 2bd/2ba apt turn, '
partially lurn 3355358. 4-27-2-4 In Brandywlne. $137/mo. want own rm, .e Need neat F N/S to share 3BD apt for Wil. 4-27-4-5

Sublet/Assume lease, May-July HUGE 2K sq. It.. 4bdr/2 1/2 ba, pool rent neg. Avail May 4. Call 335-9846. 4- summer B. Own BD, share bath, The Gardens! m/f rmmt for May-Aug turn
screened porch, furn./unfurn. central 27-5-5 158/month + 1/3 utilities. Two great room
.
ac
,
2bdr/2ba, 1blk from UF, central heat/ac, own bdr/ba In 2/2 1/2 twnhse, UFSFCCcntrl
ies. 3756060. 4-27-5-5
wood floors, ceiling fans $500/mo. Ty CALL laundry NOW hook-up 332.11248.27.1.4 quiet $475/mo neg. For summer F rmmt needed 'In 3br3baWindmeadows located Call Mindy 3323896. 4-27-

3717893. 4-27-2-4 apt, you'll' get own 1 BDRM 'In 2b/1b apt close to campus 4-5
room/bath ,for $200/mo. Call 336-7909. 4- $165 + 1/2 util-you keep my deposit 5/1-8
$140 May-Aug, opt to stay, In quiet clean, 27-8-5 HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, need 1 rmmt for fall
wopt/ to renew call 373-5294 for more
turn or unfurn big bdr/own ba, pool + 3 Ig 5 ROOMMATES info. 4-27-5-5 In 2bdr/1 ba apt., overlooking pond. 336-

closet Again only $140/mo. neg. Amy M/F 3 blocks to campus. Three Oak apt 9478. 4-27-4-5
332-4708. 4-27-2-4 BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdrlt b., free waterbed own room $205/mth, May. F rmmt wanted to share 3bdr/2ba/ furn.
Jacuzzi sauna, wt. room huge pool 1/2 ***********************
Aug no deposit reqd. 3716562. 4-27-6-5 room In Regency Oak. l50/mo + 1/3
..MASTER RM/BA/ ** ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room. 1/2 utll. Laura 372-2867. 4-27-5-5 OXFORD MANOR m/f 3b/3b LUXURY
New Spyglass, QUIETI Furn waterbed, cable & utll, 372-2857 D.nnl.30285 F/M N/S for. nice 2bd/1 be apt. $150 ft APT. (Many Extras). Furn/upstr. rm.
wash/dry. $230 neg. 3369022. ".27-2-" deposit and 1/2 utl. Call DENISE for more N/s/ m/f for summer $101.2S/mo, walking ONLY $16S/mo Sum. C. CALL 3772970Iv
Fins Unfurn room In clean, quiet NW 3/2 Info 375-1972 pl.a'.I.av. message. 4- distance to UF, 2bd/1 1/2 ba twhi, pets m.g. 4-27-4-5
Sublease May-Aug Sunbay Apts 2bd. House. 4 mi UF/SFCC Washer, Cable, 27-6-5 ok. Call Beth 378.5586.2755
Price neg. 377-9382. 4-27.2.4 Micro, No Pets. $150/mo ( 1/3 ut. 378- F/M Rmt. own rm 3/2 house, firepl hdwd
6499. 430.125 BRANDYWINE 2 F N/S needed to sharerm OAK FOREST-f n/s rmmt own turn mstr floors, spacious, very nice, 2 bike N of

Get May FREE Ibdr In I 3bdr at Regency 2bdr/lba fully turn pool, $170/mo/ ft bdr w/private/ ba and balcony summer O'Dome. $158.33/mo & util. Summer w/
OaKs $145 a mo. own bathroom call 373- Mile Run-n/s studious mil./ semi-furn 1/3 utll. near UF. 373-0024. 4-27-6-5 avail May 1-$240/mo + 1/2 util-call 335- fall option. 3781081. 4-27-4-5
9391 ask for Michelle. 4-27-1-4 condo central heat/ac, pool, ten- 6770 4-27-4-5
nls/wash/dry. Start anytime. Call collect F N/S quiet ft compulsively clean. Own F rmmt 1BR In 3BR apt summer C $186.

MAY FREE 1Wit bs apt. unfurnished, pet 3052943094. 427105Mu.lcl.n.Arllll..cozy room 3/2 1/2 townhouie. Casablanca Own bedroom and bath summer C. March- Spacious, pool, courts, May rent free.
Call Julie Lv 378-6591 4273.5
ok l99/mo./ sublease for summer w/ option East. l85/mo. Jennifer 374-9942. 4-27- wood 2 story 3bdr turn exc bdr, poolsidevery msg
for fall. Call 376-1248 days. 4-27-1-4 3 bdrm bungalow 6-5 nice. $200/mo Call Dan 335-5351.
needs ((2)) social creatures to make it via 4.27-4.5 WALK TO CAMPUS 2bdr's avail In nice

OXFORD MANOR sublease sum c ble. $150 fireplaces, porch, 2 baths 377- Oxford Manor 4bdr house next to law school $175/mo &

2/2w/dd/w/ / very clean & avail now! $423 1510. 4.27-5.5 $150/mo. Summer AB.C. Own rm and 1B R avail late Apr. or May Large house, util 5/1 to 8/1. Mike 3750251. 4-27-3-5

mo. neg + deposit call Jon & Ive. mess bath unfurn. 335-6336. 4-27-5-5 washer/dryer central air ft heat, $200/mo
1 BLK FRM UF, rmmt for house, no pets,
N/S/ non-drinking F, liberal minded to
3711"77.27.1-" ft 1/3 util. Prefer' creative artist or progressive
share loaded 2bdr/l 1/2 ba apt, near UF n/s./ quiet, for rent $175/mo' or$125mo
or grad student. Call 378- ; 'r mi'u;
politics
N/S F to share a 2bdr/lba apt, May-Aug, If share Call, 373-1242. I
Sublet FRENCH QUARTER. 2bdr/1 ft Oaks Mall. $175 & 1/2 util. 332-0653. 4716. 4.27-4.5
own bdr, quiet area $17S/mo + 1/2 util. 4-27-3-5
1/2bs/ avail May-Aug. 1/2 of May rent I
Rent 3353745. 4-27-5-5
M/F for 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD MANOR. neg.
free. Call 378-8073. 4-27-1-4 *LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK**-
I
May rent FREE! Available 5/7 w// option Roommate needed to share 3bedrm apt
Oxford Manor need 1 or 2 rmmts, 5/4. Brand new, completely turn, walk to
for Fall. 375-1208 Iv 4-27-8-5 at Vizcaya 1/2/ mile from UF. $160/mo ft I
.e Sublet master bd In 3bd house 3 message. e/15.lurn./ masterbdr 2br/2ba, $200/mo + UF 1 or 2 F rmmt lor 2Br/2B/ condo 1/3 util. Own room avail begin of May-
BLOCKS from campu.,1! I WILL PAY HALF for lumm.ror fall. European kltch.
utll. Let's 373-2496. 4-27-5-5
M/F Rmmt needed for spacious 2bdrlbaapt neg. July great for summer A. Call 371-9868.
YOUR RENTII Furn/unfurn 375-6067. 4- wmicro,wash/dry, maid service security
at Piccadilly Apts. Central ac, porch 4-27-3-5
27-1-4 much more. Call Denise 375-4541.
HUGE rm in Victorian "haunted man.lon.avail ,
pool and more. $210/mnth& 1/2 utll. Call
Richard 335-5584. 4-30-9-5 May 1. neg rent Inc util.llura 377- 4-27-4.5
ibr/lbth apt In Arlington Square new 1527 days 373-9784 eve Iv msg. 4-27- Fun, responsible
phase, all new. May r.nllr" or $275 a SPYGLASS need mill n/s roommate for 5.5 I need 2 rmmts. for fall/spring at Haw. VIII. fern roommate needed for own room In,
month May-June w/optlon to lease for fall furnished, 3bd/3ba apt. complete with 3bdr/2ba S178-mst bdr own ba. $158- part turn apt for summer. l55/month ft
call 373.8071.27+" wa.hdry.33557"2.2785 F n/s serious student, private bd in nice own bdr share ba. Jennifer 3958559. 4- 1/2 Utll. 336-6862. 4-27-3-5
older home, central ac, 2blks from UF. 27.4.5
$165 + share utll. 378.5897 or 378-1292. Oxford Manor great location lull/turn. F
427.55 Graduating in the fall and need a F/NS rmmt needed Fall 90. Must be stud., neat
roommate to share an apartment with. reap, nonamoker. 2bdr, $247/mo. Call DJ
Gimme a call: ELAINA 336-0117. 4-27-4- 377-1792. 4-27-3-5
*BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK **
: a Walk to UF, need 1 or 2 M lor 28r/2Ba/ 5 Oxford Manor

'? condo. Luxurious, completely turn, Need N/S F to share room/ba, $160/mo & F/NS own bd/ba for summer
maid service, dlahwaah. wash/dry, 1/4 utll. Oxford Manor. Call 372-6924. 42745 Rent NegotiableCalf t I
micro. Crest view. Call Dave 3754541. JoAnn 3712096. 4-27-3-5
.f'

\ Own room Summer A In 2bd/1 ba apt closeto N/S/ for own room in 3br SW house w/d,

VA HUD HOMES campus. Fully furnished suit graduate garage, fenced yd, air/heat/ dishwasher,
; REPOSSESSED a student. $150 & 1/2 June utilities (the 5 mm to UF/Shands, $135 & 1/3 util. 336-
ivnlabli from government from tt t without rest paid). Call 338-1856. 4-27-4-5 1914. 4.27.35SPYGLASS
f credit check. You repair. Also tan delinquent

; !/ : loroclosutil. CALL 1,805,882-7555 EXT H- Mature n/s 'for GREAT house, In quiet NW. 1 rmmt wanted to share

';. J 4 ( ) & 1/3 utll. 2 mi. UF. Call Karen 374-9297 mess. 4-27-3-5

*1 r 4-27-4-5 Ventura Apts Sublet for summer Ibdr

I'1.4" Central ht/ac no sec/dap May-Aug
J
$275/mo. Call & leave message 336-

'. THE EARLY 4016. 4273.5

4. Pref/F For Master Bdr In 2bdr/2bth apt at

Regency Oaks. Near campus, 1/2 util,
tennis court & pool. Call Amy 3727627.

Work For The Census BIRD. jh.1WJoin I 4-27-3-5 I

.. Priced to Rent! 2 N/S rmmts wanted to
share 4bdr/2ba apt wfriendly roomie
And Help Every Walk to UF, w/d, central ac, avail May-
PREPARE FOR: July, $125/mo ft 1/4 utll. 3719353. 4-27-


American CountThe MCAHSATWSATDAT6RENMB I M 3-5 N/S rmmt needed for bdr w/ cable ft

phone in NW home. $230 cover all, w/

US. Census Bureau is hiring census takers for the 1990 waldry.l.t 3.5 1/2 mo free. 3717703. 4-27-

Census. Your effort in this vital task could help contribute to

national and local improvements while gaining new skills for your- M/F N/S rmmt to share 2bd/1.5ba apt in t
French Quarter for summer. Free furn
self.
avail if needed. $135/mo ft utll. 3712316..

You'll work in an area close to home, checking mailing addresses, GRE PSYCHGRE BIO SPEED READING 4-27-3-5
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delivering questionnaires and conducting on-the-spot interviews.
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Rockwood Villas M/NS, masterbdrm ft
The job will last from two to eight weeks, the hours are flexible, bath, fully turn nice amenities, avail May I

and the pay Is competitive. our "Early Bird" ClassesIn 1 for serious student, $210 & 1/3 utl. 338-
8219. 4-27-3-5
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Gainesville District Officel(904)( ) 338. 156. And if you are Share Woodland Villa for summer A, entire -

bilingual, there may be some special opportunities open to you. Fall 1990 Exams $240/mo upstairs& 1/2 is your utll. 332-3835.(bath A two 4-27-3-5 room) .1 I

An equal opportunity employer. Call Days, Evening t
0"4 A Weekend *II85/mo. Polos & 1/2 util.! Own

bed/bath w/d ft all the other extra M/F I

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bd/bi/ In 3/2/ 1/2 CONDO Cssablinca MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376.1146Ed Must Sell Song Disc" Jockey, Code Alarm Sell Kingsize waterbed 1 yr oia. Black Beauty 1988 Honda "Magna"

East with/drymicro/ ,tor's choice CompuAdd Northgate Alpine Eq. Song tape player. Call 336 padded, headboard incl.. Best offer. 336 VF750CU only 600 miles Asking $3995;

wither A more'!! $170 + 1/2/ utll Cindy H P. Price same or lower than mail 7010. 42736SS 9119 James, Iv. message. 42726 will consider dirt bike on trade, call 372-

3782459. 4.27.2.5 order. Systems below include 1mb, 40mb 4160. 42758

((28ms). graphics monitor, .. waterbed, $100Heater. pad. GOOD DEAL! sofa $70 obo bkcases $30

Village Park'1rmmt needed own bdr MC 286/12 $1195' Packard Bell $1295' dresser/desk $75 set Bookcase $10. ea, bdr set $45, day bed, desk Will negotiate 1985 Honda Interceptor 500 excellent

M/F,N/S, for summer C, $140/mo/ share MC 386SX $1495' Northgate 388/20 Call Julie 336-0186. 42736 call 373-993011 4.27.1.8 1 condition; must see First $1500 takes it.

ulil Rent neg. 373.3190 Janet 4.27.2-5 $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery plus extras Call Jay at 3734839. 4.27.
$'999. CompuAdd 810 w// 20mb & graphIcs ***Graduallng. Must Go. On bed w/ O.waterbed $230.wall unit $50.matching 38

F N/S needed desperately lor (all In 3bd monitor $970. 1 ft 3 year warranties hdbd $75, 2 dsk $40 .each dresser w/ coffee ft end tables $50.couch $150.call

2ba In Oakforest $210 month + 1/3 util! Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180 printer mirror $55, 3 pc. couch $85. Call 338 Laura 395.0604days 335-5763eves. 4. 88 SA50 Elite LX Scooter White, 120

Call 395.6459/leave message. 4-27.2.5 $185, HP Laser Jetlp/ $1049. 3743 W. 1384.* ** 4.27.3.6 27.1.6 miles, BRAND NEWt MUST SELLI $950.

University Ave. 4-30-65-6 Theresa 3773833. 4.27.2.8
Vizcaya: M/F ns Master bdr/ba close to Graduating: must sell bdr suite: bed, Furniture Must Sell Twin Bed $50 2

campus $175/mo & 1/3 Util Avail. May FUTON & FRAME SAlEI! headboard, dresser, nighttable desk w/ Dressers $20 ea. Book Case $25, Study Moped.runs great, good condo Must sell

1st call Maria at 373-6187 any time May From $200. set chair, best offer Call 378-8440. 4.27.3.6 desk $25, Neg. Please call 335-6838. 4. graduating $175. Call 376.8110 Iv msg
only
per
neg. 4-27-2 5 27.1.8
42728
Call Matt 3775650. 4 30 26-6 .
Handcrafted wooden birdleeders Different

Rmmt Wanted to share 2bdr/1 ba Apt + 1/2/ VITAMINS ARE CHEAPER AT GAINES sizes available. $S to $15 each Free Everything Must Goll 2 Queen Size ****MUST SELL NOW*... 89

utl SW Area $195/mo. Will negotiate seed with the 'first two sold Call J.R. between Waterbeds 2 Mattresses. Bdrm Furn Tombs Golden Bullet moped 7 mos old,
VILLE GYM. 325 amino acid tablets.
Call Tracy or Michelle. 338.4201. 4-27.2. 7pm and 10pm 375.1935. 42736 Desk. Call Paul at 336.1968 neg. 4-27.1. serviced almost new Bought for $700
$17.00 201 NW 6th St 376-8400. 4-27 5
5 6 6 sell lor $400 or best Call 373

Graduating. 4.sale bdr, Ivg, dng turn 6469 AAw/u/ .lOCkAA
**ATTEN FUN A RESPON M/F/ RMMT Schwinn mm bike $100. Honda passport GRADUATING: Must sell Desk w/chair/ ,
Modern dining table & chairs, leather desk
WANTED ** Own bdr/ba/ In 3bdr/3ba/ $85. Call 3350997. 4.27.3-6 bookcase, chair w/ottoman/ Queen
chair, 6ft wood bar canvas hammock w//
New Windmeadow Apt 336.6942. 4-27. waterbed w/heater and sideboards pricesall 9 AUTOSHONDA
stand speakers Call Michelle 3751208.
2-5 4.27.8.6IBM MUST SELLI! Matching couch and love negotiable Call 335.0999. 4-27.1.8 1 Miles

seat (black, six months old). white desk ACCORD LX 85, speed, hatch
Rmmt needed lor Summer C, Have the Must Sell! 2 file cabinets and bean bag call
SYSTEM 36. Model 5362 60 MB Disc and chair, white ceiling fan Call 335.4525 back air, cruise, stereo. cass Excellent
place to yourself Summer B. 3blks from 3366897. 4-27.1.6 .
space 128 K Memory Two 5291 CRT Termmals leave message 4 27 3 6 condition. $5500. Call 3958942. 4.30.9.g
UF wood floors fully turn 3777489. 4
.
Call Mike 338 6590 between 8.30
MOVING MUST SELL full.size bedroom
27.2.5 Living Room Ensemble $350: 5pc pit :
and 4 27
5pm 7-6
couch matching lamps, endtables set ft speed Schwinn bicycle. Call AUTO INSURANCE SAVE $$ at Orange &

OXFORD MANOR MUST SELL! Bdr turn: bed dresser chest throw pillows. coffee table, dining table Lourdes at 374-8877 or leave message Blue Insurance. drive thru in Butler Plaza.
$203/month/ OBO Summer ABC Unfurn Call 3364629. 4 27.3.6 4-27.1-8 1 .
of drawers, nighttable plus 2 bookcases. We care. Call us 1st. at 377 2277. 4 30
;
Own room and bath Great location! Melanie
99
Price Call 335.3588. 4 27 7 6
3360930. 4-27-2-5 neg. House for sale, good for students. Walk CHEAP FURNITURE for sale, super.single .

GRADUATING: selling dresser, desk, and Ing distance from UF 378-4026 Iv msg waterbed desk and chair, call 378 1973 White 240Z Datsun looks good
OAKFOREST m/f May Aug very clean 4.273.6Safari 1733. 4.27.1.8 1 needs maintenance Is
chair.matching set $100 must sell Call some selling as
own bedroom bath. Free ride to campus, 335-4531. Ask for Donna. 4.27.6.6 $1000 OBO 335.7290 leave mess. Jenni-
very roomy quiet neighbors 336.7903 Audio Is Gainesville newest A finest For sale: Canon T50 camera with auto ter 42759

Jeff 4.272.5Roommate MUST SELL 48 Inch Mils TV, Bedroom In car audio, cellular, & security wind and flash $150 or best offer 395-

shaped couch and many more items Custom Installation & repairs 336.1128. 8201. 4.27.1.8 1 1979 Olds Cutlass, engine block cracked
wanted to share 2bdr 1 1/2 ba 3736820. 4-27-6-6 2756 First $150 takes it. For info, call 377
townhouse $185/mo. Fenced yard, pets 7 REAL ESTATE 3187. 42759

ok. avail May 1. Jeff at 335.4540 Iv msg Excel. condo white bedroom set Desk "'CHECK IT OUT.10 sp bike, awesome

42765TowneParcIF w/chair, corner table dresser Only $175 condition $90. Dorm fridge, hardly used Must Selll! Excel cond, condo 2br/2ba 1979 OLDS CUTLASS mechanics special

obo. Call 336-0617 ask lor Ivette 4.27.5. $50 Typewriter..well, It works $20. New Pebble Creek area, 2739 39 Dr.. Call 813 / green good rims and tires / $800 obo
NIS/ rmmt for Sum C. + 1/3 6 Donnay graphite $50. We must be nuts! 666-5686 or 8138823525. 430247 Call 335.7688 ask lor Nate 4.27.5.9
util Own Irg room, fun rmmts, pool I Avail Call Jim or Dave 377.9733. 4.27.2-6
May 5. Call 336.6882. 4-27.1-5 1 '
MUST SELL: wall unit/entertainment unit, Assumable 8 1/2/ % Low down only 85 Mazda GLC, excellent cond alc. ste

for $50. price negotiable Call 335.7733. 4. Port Dishwasher $100 1 ; Karate clothes Ig $310/mo/ P t I I. Adorable Spacious 1Bdr reo/cass/ tinted windows $2600 Call
Sublease Summer C $155 + 1/3 utilities 2746 mens sm boys, $10 ea; Running boards w/ loft ceiling fan skylight vertical 336-4330. 4-27.4.9
deposit and last month rent 336
fits Bronco $50 50 Gal. Gas tank $50
; blinds .
decks
Indry rm, storage & 2 .Beautiful
4111. 4.27.1.5POLOS MUST SELL: Gitane, racing bike, mint 3752738. 4.27-2.6 landscaping w/lot/ of Dogwood & Azaleas 1986 Pontiac, Grand AM auto. a/c, power

$325; Peavey Amp head w/ foot good 374.4923 or 376.4702 eves/wknds windows, 4.door, blue ft grey, excel!
Sublet 1 br with bath 3 br/ba .
own
CD PLAYER 20 track programmable excellent cond low
37i-5315 mileage. must sell, $5000 obo.
cond. $125 Call Steve
; days ,
for summer Wash/dry, all amenities. condtlon crisp sound $100 ask lor Student Wants Student Condo 1-3br. If 335.1637, 4.27.4.9
.
eve 373-2128 4-27 4-6
Rent negotiable. Lisa 336 7854. 4. .
very Mike, .
at 377 8861 4 27 2 B you are leaving, want to sell call now.

27.1.5 MUST SELL! 1 black leather sofa $90 obo. Minimal hassle, ready to buy today 335 1974 Alfa Romeo spider convertable
1 grey/white sofa $75 obo. Call Becky or Graduating. Must Sell! Bed, stereo 1982. 427.7.73bdr2ba GREAT condition) MUST SELLI $2,700.
M N/S roommate needed for summer kitchen table and chairs, etc All great condition 395.9529. 4-27.4.9
Tom
at 376 3639. 4 27 4 6
$130/mo, / 1/2 util! 335 4844. 2bdrm 1 ba .
+ Call 3719270. 4 27 2-6Graduating / in quiet SW neighborhood, fireplace .
Jim or Dan leave message 4.27.1.5 1 83 FIREBIRD auto air am/frn/
& pool, separate apt 2600 sq ft. cass, new
'89 Jawa moped runs great, low mileage .dressers,lamps.micro.stereo many extras. $115000 3366159 4.274 engine, parts good tires ft all maint records .
Grad or very quiet student Large room In $350. Wood.finished double dresser w/ kitchen stuff,exercise bike,glass end 336-5966 after/ 4pm. 4.27.4.9

a house 3 blocks from UF $160+uti no mirror $50. Must sell 336-4462. 4.27. table.etc. 371.2016. 4-27.2.6 4 blcks firm cmps off Unv. Ave A Modern

lease or deposit Call Carlos 3778285. 4-6 2stry2b11/2batownhouse/ covered pkg, 1988 Firebird Formula 350 V.8. automatic .

4-27.1.5 1 Trek 830 Mountain Bike 16 1/2 inch, 21. lurn Inc w/d, 2 deck skylights, 1.800-- loaded 8200 miles, perfect condition -
Mauve couch, papasan, coffee table wall speed $275 Call Andrea 372.2061. 4- 33112293788185. 42757A 11500. Call 3782119. 4-27.3-9
.AAOWN ROOM $159/mo/ **.*+1/2/ units bookcases. ft morel Call 3778287.

utll M N/S rml for huge apt Dishwasher Deal of the century! 4.27.4-6 Macintosh SE 20meg HD $1650. double spacious house, swimming pool 3 or 4 1981 Toyota Corolla hatchback air,
futon $50 black office/ chair $25. 335
he ell and turn ,
ae, more opt br. 2 bth, 2000 sqft NW 1 mile to UF am/lm-cassette/ auto, $1500 obo. Melissa
Call 395.9079. 4.27.1.5 1 For sale: Ross cruiser, waterbed, furniture 4317. 42726 2816 W Unlv Ave. Price $82,000. Info, 336.0282. 4.27.39VW
Call 374.8275 or 377. -6421. 4.27-4.
Must sell! sleeper couch & loveseat,dining appt to see 376.8183. 42747
** OXFORD MANOR ** summmer sub 6 JETTA GLI 85' .
speed, good ft dependable
let, upstairs bdrm. fully furnished, lots of room set.wall unit,queen.size waterbed w/
2br,1 1/2ba twnhse in exc condo Shell sporty, transportation air,
toys, will wheel and deal 335.1877. 4.27. PAPASAN Chairs, choice of cushions, delivered bookcase Call Mark 335-6483,Ive message .
cruise stereo $4000. Call
Rock Villas orig owner. Exlra.lncl. flrepl cass Mark at
to door. 338.1526. 4 27 3 6 4.27.28WATERBED
your ceiling fans, w/d II qualify assume 10% 3739883. 4.27.3-9
M wanted for Own
summer with
c. room FHA loan w/ low down. 41 ,900. 332.8324
balcony In 3br/2ba near UF $120, .00/mo Must sell Hidabed love seat $50 obo. Call FOR SALE Great 1988 Pontiac Sunbird
Iv 4 27 3 7 Sporty 5..peed.
-
+ utils Call 373-2863. 4.27.2-5 3725896. 4.27.3.6 cond.semiwavelesssoftsidedsupersingleCall/ msg.
loaded must sell, $6500. 395-6608. 427.311 -
Debbie at 336 0580-$100. 4
** ** We need F N/S/ for FALL/SPRING Firm DOUBLE BED for sale Best offer. 2726 Duplex lor sale.2 bed,1 1/2 bath Pheonix

for own bdr in 3bdr 2ba Hawaiian Vill Call or leave message at 371.0655. 4-27- close to campus, lull kitchens, call Larryor
Nina 371.8141 or 1-BOO.654.4544. 4- 77 CHEVY MALIBU NEW tires, clean Intstereo ,
$148mo.+ 1/3 util! Call usl, 374.9636 36 LIKE NEWI I sofa bed $100. K. water bed
runs great & looks good. $750 obo
** $125, weight bench $60 w.ighll.melal
** 4 27 25
.
Rockwood Villas 2bd/2ba MIKE 3735884. 4
closeto 27 2 9
+ study,
Leaving In 10 days sofa side table, 2 $20 t I.v. stand $20 negot Joe.374.9297.
UF, Shands and the Mall excel cond
6 FOR SALE chairs all $80. Single bed, wood dresser 2726
assumable mortgage 499. 3731147. 4- 83 Porsche 944 w/modifled turbo front
0768. 4 3
338- 27 -6 2727
GRADUATION SALE table, 2.seat whlte/blk Interior exceptional'
5410. 2 Disk cond,auto.ac only 61k
TYPESETTERVarityper .waveleas sofa desk w/chair Blaupunkt
Queen Size Waterbed semi papasan, sleeper ,
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 Him cannlsters padded rails bookcase, $150. 3359692 bookshelves call Zach @ 336-7747 Iv cass/st.adult driven,$11.900 OBO. 332-
Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 2736 msg 4.27.26Furniture 8 MOTORCYCLES 0346 4.27.1.9 1

yrs Perfect for small typesetting Jobs

Good machine lor small type shop System FOR SALE: must go. Pit sofa/ recliner table' 1986 HONDA MAGNA 700, Excellent 1981 280ZX 2+2. Sspd, loaded w/radar

includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 6 font King semlwave waterbed w/ heater & chairs, end tables, lamps entertainment condo Black with windshield and luggage detector white w/burgandy leather Interior

disks $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at pink couch desks door store console bookshelves Dana 3717145. 4- rack. $2300. Call Dan 3360493. 4.27.5. $4200 372.2922 or 694-5434. 4.27.WALffELLY'S -

373-9926 lor more Info bed and dresser Call 335.5966. 4.27.3.6

Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
GRADUATING must sell kitchen III,
'. brands are all at our New Location! Car kitchen stools. oak desk dresser chairs, Q Q B,Doyle tStsfiwciyimwouv
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372 .. :
bike, etc Call Lisa 3721796. 4 27 3 0
2070. 4.30.75.6Rockford

Bedroom turn $150 obo den furn,
Fosgite, Yamaha Pioneer kitchen chairs and other assort Items 1 10... OWL. 1 dlJ6'T 6..roca.YCIC .
Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best RtALLY DON'T
Melissa 336 0282. 4-27 3-6 MAKIN'
Car Sterlo Installers In town Car Stereo :r/ TNINK IWO TRIP ME 6099 ?.WE HAVE /AINYA600P

10 Go. 3751834. 430756 Really cheap furniture must go now. 9" TO THC SUN 19 COUNT... OHtrtO. \\TIMBTOSAVI

Beds. tables, shelves. and kitchen appli- A GOOF IDIA... 3..2..1... i TOL! YOU 50...
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
ances and utensils Call now 373-8124
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will leave message 4.27.3-6
demo Call 336-9193 student Iv. message

4-30.72-6 Windsurfer/ : Alpha 2151 exc condition,

good board. Sails, 6.3 & 5.3 Gaastra w/
Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman Home
Inducers $725 obo. 376-5121 evenings
and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul, Sherwood .
Ron. 4 27 3-6
and more We Beat All Prices!

373.3754. 4.30-69-6 Bdr set w/ full size, soft-side wtrbd'Modern -

kltch w/ 8 chairs Custom
set design
MUST SELLI Couches $60 lor both, coffee
sofa endtable. Prices neg 335-6739 Iv
table $20 queen size waterbed bar stools .
4 27 3-6
$5 ea Negotiable Call 378.1267. 4.27- msg

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10 WANTEDLocal 11 SERVICESNW SERVICES SERVICESMOVING SERVICES .


Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Mini storage at I-7S & NW 39th Ave ** GATOR MOVING ** ? Running out of time?Let Gator GET NOTICED) Student resume service
Rings ETC. Top S or trade. Ozzle'i Fine near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Moving pick-up store & deliver your be. only $15. Have your resume printed In a
Jewelry 373-9243. 4.30.75.10 $20, 10% disc to students. 3328917. 4- Full/Serv Mov/Storag/Packing 1- longings to you in the fall 374.4791.374. professional format. Custom Flyers and
It.m/H. Full. Days/Evts. Long dis 4488. 4.30.21.11 Notices. 335-0376. 4-27-4-11
Wanted: Cars-Trucks For Salvage run BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30-75-11
ning/not/ running,wrecked,etc.371.1578. ONE STOP DENTISTRY Student MoversWe
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
Move. 4275.10
We Buy and boarding woodier facilities Accepting new pts, emerg. move we store, we're honest and
1233 NW 10th Ave Adult cleaning $30 child $20 we're the cheapest In town. 335-1456 4- ,
hay rides A parties sales working
? I want to buy prof.
cash keyboardor
Need
372-1664 students accepted. 468.3224, 3758080. ((4)) Wisd. tee. $325, ((3)) Wisd. tee. $250 27-3-11
,call 804-262-7885 collect,
synthesizer
Wisd
MC/VISA/lnsurance 4-30-75-11 ((2)) tee. $200
after 6pm. 4-27-6-10 Free Pregnancy Test Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V, AE Free dental exam w// x-riys call 375-
Member Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people. 1955 to see If you qualify for a dental exam '
WANTED Ford pickup F100 1980 or National Abortion Federation *SUNBELT MOVING* H.T. Gonsoulln DOS 372-9521 wxray; you may qualify for a free dental
(for half hr will
thereabouts photographing 4307511SEXUALLY Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies. 4.30.19.11 cleaning and/or filling. 4.27.2.11 I
Call 375-8710 Dascl, mention case
pay.
1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dial Llc/lns./
no 87130. 4-27-3-10 TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Priced for Studental! Marty 375MOVE. 4- Van Trailer 8ft high by 40 ft long by 8 ft ..Allied VanlmesAA Special moving
HELPII I need GRAD TICKETSI! Will Pay. Get confidential testing and treatment at 3075.11 wide for summer storage purposes. For rates' for students We'll I move your furnInto I
Please call 371-1989 4-27-3-10 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- Info 332.8878 Mr. Kaplan. Iv msg & phone storage or home for less. .Kelly 376-
t. 4.27.15.11 5224 Visa and Mastercard Accepted 4- i
NEED GRADUATION TICKETS. Will pay AAA STORAGE *FREE* 27-2-11 I
$$$. Call Jeff 3350563. 4-27-3-10 Close to UFo Convenient Pregnancy Test Need Help Moving?? I
4x4x4 SIS/mo Gainesville Women's Students moving Students Fast,Reliable, TYPING
Old Tyme Fishing Tackle..Boxes-Lures- 4x8x8 $25/mo/ HEALTH CENTER
Cheap, we'll do it all. EricK 335.7617. 4-
Bobbers-Glass Minnow Traps-Fly Ree''. 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 720 NW 23rd Avenue 30.12.11 12 SERVICESYOU
Wood Nets-Bait Tins.(332-5606)( )... 377.5055

ABORTION (To 24 Wks) VIDEO EDITING .
WRITE,WE TYPE
VIDEO RESUMES
BIRTH CONTROL
Business Legal Personal Reports
I,"'' Walton Electronics
,. .I \. Let Express Postal Centers 4.30.71.11 Gynecology Services 376-5858 Term Papers G'ville*Handicapped Typeset Resume Typing* Etc. I:

1:1: take the hassle out Mini 4.27.5.11Need 3787179.
McCoy Storage
.,. Q.' .' of hauling 2160 N E. 1st Blvd. Photographer? Weddings, Parties- 4-30.75.12 !
1' your
5X1010X1010X20Call Experienced & cheaper Call 375.6838
.'* J.J'\ belongings home this Us 376-3286 ask any questions, it's your party. 4.27. resumes Typing **cassettes reports transcribed business *A legal applications *

letters notary *etc.Available
\" 'iEJI summer. t k 24 hours/7 days/372.2777./ 4-30-75-12

We carry a complete line of packaging materialsand Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports
Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T List.
i
we will pack for you. UNIVERSITY CLUB WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4-30-75-

We ship via UPS USPS. 12

MICRO CENTERTyping/ 376.0339. Full
In Addition We OfferFax S Food, Spirits, & Dancing Club rf & self service computing Typing starts&
1.50/pg/ A Resumes $6 Self service
Mail Box Rentals Copies Mail Forwarding 0 resumes A $2.50/hr A 15page. Laser
for the Alternative Lifestyle & typeset graphics A spell check theses
Money Orders Laminating Notary Keys Made
A papers A special characters employ
i ment databases mallmerge A training.
Photos Western Union
Passport y
WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC/ 4-30-
8 28th Zh 1 65.12
EXPRESS POSTAL CENTERSHours Opening Saturday, April
Typing/Word Processing Quality depend
able service. Reasonable rates Laser
18 or Over Invited S printer 377.81751119 00pm. 4-30-29-12

MILLHOPPER AREA M-F BUTLER PLAZA ? II I Typmg/Wordprocessmg WordPerfect i '
9-6 5.1 1, quality work, fast results, low rates,
4300 NW 23rd Ave. Sat. 3232 SW 35th Place Member of the gay switchboard. JJ I dependable, personal service. Tara 332- I
1469. 43054.12
376-8005 9-12 335-6245 ;

Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable
3786814call 1 service. Masters In English will check I
spelling and edit.24 hrs. 3731937. 4-30-
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for more info
I BJ's 24 hour wordprocessmg. Reports i ire.um'I
letters and Call '
cover more.
18 E. Univ. Ave. f 3368535.12 Call returned ASAP. 4.30.21. ,I'


SUA\fcS09SWd9** QSt QUALITY typing & Laserprmt. Thesis, I
resume, papers. UF grad owner Scribe
Services 821 NW 13 St. 377-6170
.**. 43030.12

GATORBASEBALL Typing and Wordprocessmg Legal,
term papers, etc.Professional quality and
reliable service. Call Nancy, 3722750.
4273.12 ,

LAST TYPING 371-6435 WordPerfect spell
checked $1 1.50 a page & up $5.00 mini
mum.term papers, reports, letters,etc. 4-
CHANCEto 30.10.12

****QUICKSILVER*.**
apply for Quick, reliable, guaranteed! 24 hr/7 days,
FLORIDA Starting at $1 1.50 per page. Call Jared at
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CARD MEMBERS vs.! NEAR UFo Guaranteed
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ROUND TRIPAIRFARE April 28 Great typing! English ma/ret.| court rptr.
$ 19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel
118 5:00: pm (Doubleheader) spellg/proffg From $1.25 Call Jill .
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WORD PROCESSING, 24 hrs near the
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Gainesville Mall WP 5.0 Call 373.4281
Northwest AirlinesSEE Sunday, April 29, 1:30: pm ask for Rick. 4-27.2.12 '

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hat. 375-8987
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Benefits Insurance. 4.30.75.13
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HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDDoes PERSONALSDear : ? I
:1. DO YOU HAVE ASTHMA

your fraternity sorority or organization Chris:
EARN $35This need $$$ lor your spring activities? Thanks for the great hairdo. I'm glad I EARN $650! 1

week (for new donors lor 2 plasma Participate in a one week on-campus marketing found you again at REGIS in the mall. All
donations on our new automated ma- project. Call Jill at 3959690. 4- my friends at the FREDERICK'S loved the Study will require four 12-hour stays

chines. Special bonus programs each 27-1-13 cut. Come by and see my new apartmentat Monday through Friday over a 6-8 week period. '
9
month. Free refreshments, free parking. 1130 SW 16th Ave. They still have 1 bdr
Experienced stall serving you since 1969 Part-time job flexible hours earn extra apts. left for the fall. Call them at 372- MALES & FEMALES 18-45 NON-SMOKERS )

Call or stop by Gainesville plasma 238 money working for a national marketingfirm. 7555. MUST WHEEZE OR COUGH WHEN EXPOSEDTO t
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This job 'follows Call
SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon-Frl 8-7 Sat. you anywhere Sally. ,
CATS OR DUST
AMG at 800-333-7944 ext 10 ((9.5p) 4-27- 4-27-3-15
8-2. 4-30-73-13
HAVE NO OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONS i

Student nurse or RN needed this summerto BUSINESS HEYneed to move your stuff to So. Fl. CALL 392-9086 '.
work at a Christian camp lor girls June 4 summer? Let's rent a Uhaul truck. Call leave on recorder
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I was there last fall when the shoveled my way
walls began to crumble around me. Again I survived.But .
Coaches and athletes were drop- don't get me wrong. There
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Oil and Filter $11.95 tence of UF athletics was ... and then there was ... oh, the
threatened. hell with it. There weren't any on
Minor Tune Ups There were days when I could this damn beat.
s 4-cylinder $24.16 feel my sanity slipping away. But I The name's Dame. Mike Dame.
I e I fought back. There would be a And I'm finally graduating from
6-cylinder $28.74some
I better day I told myself.I this university.
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Identified, said Thursday that Arnspargerwas one reason why he was leaving UF, although
SHARON GINN
Just use your and RON KASPRISKE wrong when he reassured swimmersat he wouldn't say what it was.
the meeting that Reese left because he The highly successful coach asked reporters -
Alligator Staff Writers was frustrated with the non-instructional if they had read an article about
heads folksToday's UF acting men's swim coach Skip Fos- aspects of coaching. Arnsparger in Orange & Blue Magazine,
ter said Thursday the resignation of for- "(Reese) had a lot of plans for next produced by UF journalism students.
mer head coach Randy Reese may cause year," the swimmer said. "We know The article depicted Arnsparger as un
column: Th-th-th-that's all,folks. several team members to transfer. Randy and we know he wouldn't just up friendly and difficult to work with.
Some of you will be saddened. Some of you will Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger helda and quit like that." "Did you see the story about Billy"
be happy. No matter. Let's explain. meeting with the swimmers Thursday The Orlando Sentinel reported Thurs- Reese said as he tossed the magazine in
This is the final edition of The Alligator this afternoon after several members of the day that Reese resigned after an argu- a reporter. "You can keep it I won't be
semester. And in all probability, this is the last team mentioned wanting to know the ment with Arnsparger. The story said needing that anymore."
,,. edition of "Left Field." Ever. procedures for transferring. Reese told friends he and Arnsparger hada Reese, who coached the Gators for 14
Arnsparger wouldn't comment on why dispute over the swimming coach's ex- seasons, has been NCAA Coach of the
*Jason Davis the meeting was held, but Foster and pense account. Year four times. Under his direction, the
L some of the swimmers confirmed that Reese submitted the account without men's and women's teams have won two
EFT FIELDWe're several members of the team, includingsome turning in a receipt for $100 worth of an national titles each.
of the squad's best swimmers, athletic drink that the coach purchasedon UF is the only school to win both men'sand
packing up shop and we're moving on. asked about leaving UFo a trip. The Sentinel also reported that women's Southeastern Conferencetitles
Off to the real world, they say. Going out of "There were a lot of questions that the relationship between Reese and in one season, the most recent time
business.But needed to be answered at the meeting," Arnsparger has been strained for months. being this year. The Gators have gar
you say you're not satisfied? You say you Foster said. "No one was mad at Randyfor "I'm not going to respond to that type nered two SEC championships in a year
want more? leaving, but after talking to all of the of speculation,"Arnsparger said after the five times since Reese became coach.
OK. One more column for old time's sake. It's swimmers, most mentioned they would meeting Thursday. "But that allegation is This year, the women's team finished
Crazy Jason's Discount Warehouse. News itemsso like to, at least, look into transferring." ridiculous." third and the men's team fifth in the
low we're INSAAAAANE! A UF swimmer, who asked not to be Reese said Wednesday there was only NCAA Championships.Reporter .
j Quicker than you can say the name of baseball
player Dave "Purple Mountains" Majeski, let's lives
clear off the shelves and move'em on out!Volume,
volume, volume!

ow through tales

Galen Hall was guilty of breaking NCAA rules. b
He admits that. It wasn't that big a violation,
though paying his coaches money (out of his
of the dark sideIt
gown pocket) to help them supplement their sala-

ries.Coaches
like Barry Switzer and Ara Parseghiansay was a cold night no, it was sultry, dark,
they did the same thing. They weren't forcedto mysterious, and rainy no, it was just a cold
resign in disgrace.In night when I walked into the Alligator offices
all likelihood, the only reason Hall was givena that fateful day four years ago.
copy of the home game was because people The broad at the front desk pointed me to the
(read: boosters) weren't happy that he wasn't far corner, back in the dark recesses of the
putting nine-game winners on the field. 9 building. She called it the sports department. I
And if the boosters aren't happy, they aren't called it the bowels of hell.
giving money to the university My life hasn't been normal since.
Why do you think Steve Spurrier was chosenas The name's Dame. Mike Dame. I'm a UF
football coach? Not only because he's a good sports reporter. This is my story.
coach, but because the boosters like him. He wona
Heisman Trophy, by God, in 1966. Dame. Mike Dame
Think about it as you put on your orange and
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MEN ; FLORIDA

Doesn't it seem a bit strange that eight head a "Who are you?"asked the greasy looking guy
coaches since Fall 1987 have felt compelled to with a peach-fuzz mustache. "What do you
leave the UF program? want?"
Granted,two broke NCAA rules,but what about "I write sports. And I'm good. Damn good."
swimming coach Randy Reese? Golf coach Lynn "You'll be nobody without me, kid," he re
Blevins?Track coachesjoe Walker and Lyle Knud- plied. "I can make you or break you in this
sen? Women's basketball coach Carol Whitmire? business."
Tennis coach Steve Beeland? "You didn't hear me.The name's Dame. Mike
And let's just throw this bit o' fact out for fun. Dame. And I'm ready to write."
I Bill Arnsparger became athletic director in Janu- "OK, kid, here's a nugget for ya. Water ski
ary 1987.Give him an eight-month break-in period. club. Feature. By tomorrow, or you're history."
Then he gets to work. I wanted to tell him to stick that assignmentup
Seems plausible, eh? Was ousted basketball his well, this is a family paper. Can't say
coach Norm Sloan right when he said Arnsparger that. But I decided to tough it out. Because the
,. was on a witch-hunt? name's Dame. Mike Dame.And I'm damn good.
.. For this-and a plethora of reasons-Arnsparger My editors were pretty impressed with that
must be stopped. article, and, quite frankly, with each and every
I Think about it as you slap another "Gator By story I have written since then.
the Grace of God" bumper sticker on your car. And you know why. Because I'm good. Damn

good.
I've seen it all in these four years on the Gators
+ Now before any of you start sending crudely beat. Drugs. Rapes. Assaults. Beatings. Bad
printed letters in green crayon to the opinions haircuts. Stabbings. Mirrors. Latest line. Rabid
editor, listen. ALLIGATOR PHOTO sports agents. Child support. Secret payments.
You should be embarrassed to stand by,blindly Take "You know."Plane tickets. No comment. Moon-
cheer"Go Gators" every other breath, and not a flying leap pie. Ice. Cookies. Cream. Sugar. Spice. Rich
stand up and say, "I'm damn mad this sports Hurdler Monifa Taylor will be among the UF athletes competing uncle. Drugs.Oh .
program is on the national news every other Saturday in theGatorade Invitational, to be held at Percy Beard yeah, and a few athletic events.
A night." Track. It begins at 8 a.m., with the first running event beginningat But I can handle the dirt. Because I'm good.see .
!'. If you get anything out of this final column, it 5 p.m. ESPN will provide television .coverage. is my fervent hope it is this: Think about it. Dame, page 21

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Ihe indeipendeit114'Iflorid a VOLUME 83, NUMBER 150 PA , V. 27, 1 9l FRIDAY, APRIL 27, INC0 UF's subtle racism .5 Swimmers considering transfers following Reese's resignation. .24 laki 't I I N .w II' UF President John Lombardi speaks to the Hispanic Student Association Thursday night at the Reitz Union. Lombardi speaks to Hispanic group By PATRICIA LEE onstrate what the university contributes," fonal students because it can benefit from Alligator Wite, Lombardi said i Spanish But he spoke their perspectives mostly in English so that he would be un''he point of the enterprise is to recruit The key to making UF a more Internaderstood by everyone who attended talented people because we're not getting tional school and a better representative of Faculty should take advantage of reour share of talented Hispanics," he said the state's population les in encouraging faculty to come up with new programs. President John Lombardi told the Hispanic Student Association Thursday night. ''he president cannot tell anyone to do anything. The faculty make the place what it is" and have the power to make UF better through programs that will internationalize all divisions of UP, be told about 75 students in the Reitz Union. Prodded by an audience of mostly Hispanic students, lombardi spoke in Spanish when he discussed UF's research potential. "Because it's a land-grant university, there is more opportunity each day to demsources and follow recommendations from the Qualty of Life Task Force to incorporate international concerns into lectures that reflect the state's multicultural population "IThe state has been transformed, so the institution has to be transformed as well," Lombardi said "In order for UF to be the premier unversity of the state, it needs to be i such places as Miami and Orlando,"he said "And what makes Miami is its international drive "f Lombardi, who studied Latin Amencan historyand lived in Venezuela for more than one year, said UP should welcome internaMore scholarships should be available for middle-class students who don't qualify for financial aid, Lombardi said 'We have to remember the people i the God-forsaken middle class -the one's that make too much money to be poor, yet are making too little money," he said Rehabilitating counseling senior Axel Reyes said he was impressed with Lomnbardi's willingness to reach out to student groups and integrate international concerns -especially by speaking in Spanish. "I was impressed by his Spanish, but I wish I would have been able to hear a little more," Reyes said Commuter decals to replace border-zone By JUUETTE FINCHER Alligator Writer UFjuniors and seniors who live within two miles of campus soon will be allowed to purchase decals to park in commuter lots Beginning May 1, proof of address no longer will be required to buy parking decals, said Ora Robie, traffic and parking administrative assistant. Border-zone decals, which allow parking in I *p fll-decallotsontheoutsidefringesofcampus, will be replaced with commuter decals that allow students to park closer to most classroom buildings. But finding a commuter space may not be easy, Robie said The number of commuter spaces wll not increase. Those who can't find places to park will have to park in all-decal lots, Roble said. 'We need more space to accommodate the people -and it will always be like that," she said. Under theold program, freshmen and wphomores who lived off-campus received parkand-ride decals, allowing them to park in lots on Hull Road and nde closer into campus on buses. Juniors and seniors living within two miles of campus received border-zone decals But now juniors and seniors will receive commuter decals even if they live across the street from cumipus Robie said the change was made to decrease confusion and run the parking program better "It was hard to keep track of where the see Decals. page 4 University of Georgia orders shots for measles By GEOFF BOUCHER and JUDY A PLUNKElT Alligator Stall Writers Ho m c] AI 4tlhrtrl k l |A o No Imr ( Ni t h \itil tI[%I If, Ill --the I[I ict rs); 41 (It for Ill I I ruI I y I )L1itit a o I.Il ltt I hof i ( 'i gho i Co litN,.IthN d 11| 111 w ,, cl f (,te a ruN mis -I it maiir 'l 1 ' l'Ir i b"t' i( of r I*lli a rL ll i t1 w I'(' N (flIn ltfi t I 1]| [IN I\ d l ,, ]It Ili iti Ida[ NI i l'e t I t o Ii N iil mig %1m1 .L's 4.s s lIO'I ((I Ii [t at lilt 11 1 !,Q d N ( I I I ticu t, l%1 I \ t 1m 111 1 1 t 11 i i III s Ill I ,11 I !' I I I t sI di 31 s 1e 4 c t :I(lIt' it rIll it N, I 1 1 o I I t i I I lIl \ r t (I LI f1 ,310 n I (I NIIIIt 1 1 .s 1 4 atti h< | : (i[ .t 1[ 1 c II rt publ ool that 111(y hot]d N lhol be ore Fl, I ltudenis who (I( not moeet the requimi'nill t would not allend class Florida education jilht intoIU rt pre all new students io have two vaccinrtiiiis b,-fore hey can attend he state' line pubic unversitis But to prevent an epidemic similar If the one FSU; experienced, Ifis requiring all students to get a second, b28 measles vaccination before they return to fall classes [he Stunienl Health Outreach I-eam has posted advertisements around campus to make students aware of the new booster requirement, Kellett said 'We're being real aggressive because we don't want to disrupt classes." Kellett said "We don't want people to be sickeither, but mainly wedon'twant to disrupt classes by closing them down for a week About 1.200 to l,400 students have received a second vaccination this semester Students who need shots can get them at the Infirmary Monday through Friday, from Sam to3'30p m Rubeola has an incubation period of about nine to 11 days when no symptoms surface, followed by about three days of coughing, red eyes, a sore throat and a high fever Around the 14th day an easily recognizable rash spreads over the body and lasts about one week. clarification Only the second and third floors of the Marston Science Library will be open 24 hours during finals week. 7e Alligator reported otherwise on this page Thursday.

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FRIDAY APRIl 2 lieu, AIJlGATEAR, 4 Senate membership matter avoided, awards presented By CHRISTY HARRIS Alligator Start Writer The question of how large the University Senate should be was put on hold Thursday while senate members decided what their agenda should be During a meeting Thursday, members decided to discuss the role of fraternities, the University Athletic Association and whether UF students are adequately educated when they graduate -all more significant issues than they usually consider The issues were brought up in a memo by agriculture Professor David Hubbell, who wasn't at the meeting because he's out of the country The items were suggested as topics that might "revitalize" the Senate and its members, who usually vote on course and building name changes Ruth Alexander, senate steeringcommittee( hair woman, said the issues will be discussed at tutire meetings, probably separate ones for each topic The topics widl be assigned to Senate commtees, or fan appropriatecommittee doesn't exist, one will be created Hubbell questioned in a memo to Alexander the usefulness of fraternities and the UAA, saying both seem to bring negative publicity to UF He also questioned the quality of UF graduates But at least one senator, counseling professor Jaquelyn ResrIck, said she thought senators risunderstood Hubbell She said that reducing the see Senate, page 10 Suspect In rape released from Lynn Nicely, a uspect In a local rape case, was Kraft, who wet laid off from UItchfi4 released brm the Machu CountyjIl shortly ator after the rape, said Thursday that Nice midnight Wdnesday by order of Circuit Judge has her "scared to death,' Eluje Sanders, an Alachua County jail spoke Emily Brown, president of the Gain woman sid, National Organization for Women, sald Nicely, a former asitant manager with the would picket the theater Saturday nigh newly opened Ulchield's Clnas at Butler Plan, urday, about 50 people protested Litchfi was artested April 1y and charged with the rape off employees who attended a get-tog of 20.year-old employee Melinda Kraft in her conto the rape. dominlum, The theater's new manager, Mary H According to his bond conditions, Nicely cannot she didn't know anything about the case contact Kraft or enter Alachua County except to know what she would do if there waini consult his uttoney. If he does, he can rearrested. -MIKE jail ld the day y's release eville ama the group t Last Sat eld'slaying ether prior award, said and didn't Protest. SRUSCELL Newspaper rack ad policy upsets Review By GEOFF BoUCHER Alligator Staff Writer I he Florida Review publisher says UF officials are trampling on his freedom of speech by banning newspaper-rack idvertiserents, but administrators say the rule is justaway to keel) campuscommercial-free Publisher Joe I homas said the Volkswagen ads an many of the Revew' 10 ratks are needed to keep he journaL in business But Interim Administriive Affairs Vice 'resideni Gerald Schaffer sold car ads today may lead to a uttered campus tomorrow "Our polcy is ads can only go on the bulletin boards we have up around campus," Schaffer said Our policy is no advertising on the newspaper boxes If you let the ads go on the front of the box, pretty soon they will be on the side, and then the back and then there will be a question about where the box ends It'll be out if control But Thomas said administrators don't stick to the ries they set up He said I is threatening to remove Review racks. but no I ctn has been taken against other pa pers which advertise special see tioncs What kbu t i sign that said Read about [he Oaks Mall' or Read about (Gatornat imnals' in the section circulated in the (Gainesville) S "n' Thomas said Ihonias said the Review is considering legal action to get UF to either allow [he ads or enforce the rule on all newspapers Schaffer said LIF attorneys have been hotfied about the conflict and some sort of stance will be taken next week Until then, Review racks will be left alo ne, Sc hafter said 1 think it's OK for a newspaper to promote itself, but I don't think it-s OK to say 'Eat t Snny's Fat Boy,' Schaffer said "If the at orneys tell us we can't treat this as different levels of advertising, then as far as I'm concerned we'll have no ads on any of the broxes' But Ganesville Sun advertising director Bob Nay said IF may find fight i( it does that "We'd probably give them a I)i y big arguments against it'" Nay said "A lot of t hose pro n, ions tome front the newsroom, andif you tamper with the papers ability to promote the news. you might be tampering with the paper's ability to be read GRAND OPENING SIISl KABOB CAFE it ----$1.50 OFF the Price of Any Platter Eet inon ntyoun 0'j Exp5r0 a International Cuisine r Gourmet Coffee Fresh Juice Bar e Baklava Dessert 1222W Unev Ave 371-Axis Next to Horsetai Inn -----Buy any i'uy any Cocktail Sandwich and fruit drink and get the Second get the second at 1/2 Price at 1/2 price Ernir Coany Out Ep 5'201 Ear ior cony 0 Exo 5/30 NOW BUYING *jewelry *TV Stereo *VCRs *Cameras Equipment *Musical Equipment *Anything of Value GOLD STANDARD 1230 W. 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Shades --* -~ ---, --., VIET TOO M Where does the average student fit in the fight against racism? By Debbie Cenziper A black UF student walks across West University Avenue talking and laughing with three of her white friends during lunchtime rush hour. Anidit a medley of horniand the blurred voices of passing people, the group suddenly hears ear-shattering, bass music blaring from a stopped car. nree black men are in the car, swaying to the music. One of the white women looks disgusted and says, "Man, I hate when they do that" She then realizes that one of the women she is walking with is black. She's embarrassed and says to her friend, "Oh, but you're not like the rest of them." "When people say things like that, it makes me feel like we have a hell of a long way to go," UF sophomore Alisha Beverly said. "Habits that arm ingrained like that are hard things to break. This may not be the type of "racism" that racial groups have depicted as plaguing UF, but it is the subtle "racism" that white students foster and black students feel. Media from all around the country have been interested in UFs racial developments this past semester because two vocal goups have brought attention to UPs Affirmative Action policy and minority recruitment. And although UF students have witnessed the battles between the two racial extremes firsthand, most situations fall in the gray area in between. Racism, discrimination and inequality have become common campus words used to describe the same bug. A sampling of students not involved actively in the racial debate have varied opinions and solutions to the controversial term called "racism," Comments that specifically point out skin color make Beverly feel like a token instead of a human being, she said. Those stereotypical comments, which Beverly said she hears constantly, lead her to wonder, "Well, what are you implying?" And that hurts, she said. Beverly said she hasn't experienced overt racism, but fnends who casually point out skin color give clear examples of subtle racism, which can often be mom dangerous. Subtle racism is lethal because many white people do it unintentionally and don't realize how easily they stereotype or how comments become habits. UF sophomore L Wayne Moore said he often experiences subtle racism but tends to consider it a white person's ignorance about cultural differences. "I think a subtle form of prejudice is like when white guy automatically assumes Im going to say, 'Whatsup home-boy?' But that's not me," Moom said. "I don't have that kind of dialect. But I don't know if that stems from racism, or if irs a form of ignorance." iF ve black students, gathered outside Turlington Hall, all agreed racism is alive on campus and throughout the country, though they never have experienced blatant racism themselves The problem the group stressed most desperately was that black people often are confronted with subtle forms of discrimmation that many white people aren't even aware of. "You get used to discrimination, though, and just write it off most of the time," education junior Rennie Latson said, All five laughed when asked why black students sit on one side of the area outside Turlington Hall, while white students sit on another side -around the rock or on the brick wall beside it.Ihey agreed that where they sit is not a matter of racism, but being with friends and feeling most comfortable. "It's tradition to sit here" Latson said with a smile. "Nobody questions it. When you get here, you see it. It's been this way for years. All of the students said they came from middle-class high schools and perhaps that was why they never experienced racism firsthand. They all said they have white friends and do not see white students as enemies. But tangible problems such as a lack of black mentor, unprovoked police harassment and under-representation also are aggravating promoters of racism, the group FltIDAY. ANN P 27. 1MI. ALI1GAMR. aid All agreed that there aren't enough black faculty members at Ulto serve as role models and mentors "(Racism) exists all over, especially in the faculty, education junior Connie Goodman said 'Then again, blacks don't take ad vantage of the few fatuity members we do have. I know I don't Police officers also inadvertently promote racism because they often become suspi cious of people based on the color of their skin, sophomore Troy Washington said When I'm walkingalong I sometimesget harassed," Washington said 'I can tell (police) are watching me, and Ini not comfortable with that because there Is nothing I can do about LL" Iatson said black people are under-represented in classrooms, in the adinmstration and in Sludent Government Difficultiesgetting bla ks to get involved in '; iitweigh thi b-iifits im c lht-v're ii. l.is y said Goodman said opportunities for black people at UF aren't equal to those lor white people, bit couldn't devIde i that would be considered racism That's racism," the other four demanded O n the other side of [he Turlington Hall courtyard -literally -white students congregate, unaware that even the place they sit, separate from blacks,could be construed as subtle racism Journalism junior Stacy Bercun said that many groups -including black people, white people, members of fraternities and sororities and people with similarethnicand religious backgrounds -segregate themselves by sticking together Segregated groups create the appearance of d iscrimination and racism. 'Something should be done," Bercun said "We don't have a place to meet (black students) if we wanted to There are no opportunities in our classrooms" Sophomore Michelle Hager put the responsibility for eliminating the self-imposed segregation on UF officials They should take the effort to create social and academic groups where black and white students with common interests can meet each other, she said "You never see whites and blacks together in class," Hager said 'It's pathetic People don't realize what they're doing." This "unidentified racism" sometimes can't be helped, she said She doesn't have any black friends, not because she's prejudiced, but because she just doesn't know many black people Journalism senior Diane Krulac said she doesn't see any overt signs of racism at work or on campus. People socialize with their fnends. she said, whether they're white or black. "kI have a lot of black friends and I just think people hang out with whomever they feel most comfortable with," Krulac said Some white students sitting on the wall agreed that racism exists, but, like the black students asked, they never experience it or see it firsthand. Finance senior Michelle Coy said her Jamaican heritage allows her to fall in between the black/white controversy. But she never has seen forms of racism personally. she said. Sociology junior Jim Milliman said whites students don't think about racismas much as black students do because they don't see it, Racism is more prevalent among administrators than among the students, though, he said. sophomores Marc Shaw and Vernon Gettone have been mommates all year and both said the different colors of their skin have had no bearing on their friendship. Said Gettone, "When we talk to each other, it's obvious that we're different hues, se Gray, page 11

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OPINIONS This is it, the last taper of the sem ster We won't publish the next two weeks because, like you. we have finals to try to pass. So, sit back, take a study break and sink your teeth into another edition of. Darts & laurels I1XREI lo 4(sania Fe I community College adding pa)r products to ther cafetitia And to the students tor fighting for the change an oflicilas for a 1A rREL (I trying to gt polys t I cle outi all togttlicl I)Alr 1to all studenis who ar' planning tO go loic tor s1Ii1umer break ai! intend (i leaving their pets to survive oil their oWl III ,ou abandon >ou pees, you are dooiliint them to a tews w(('ks or months of misery, and then death wihi It yi <(euthun/cd by Annmal Conol olicials \ Il (1iv4 LUV( stilenits a bad image as pet ownrit S The I lum e it ocwt' allitulv tIlusts to let stt((Cts adoplt lits DAIT to the tianagement at the new Litchfield movie Ih aters I ifr laying several employees off fo I low rig a woman cimployce's report she had been raped by the as sistant manager. The assistant manager charged with the crime haIs been fired. jailed and flow released froi the Alachta ( ounty jail. Laying off several employees for wrongful conduct may be ine, but this wasn't the case. A victim stood up arid rapirted the attack against her This inapplronate call by the week-old business left a bad impression Ill the Cainesvile community aid odds are movie-goers won t forget it. DART to the consultant firm lunter/ESE for taking so long to come up with a cleaning plan for the contaminated Cabot Carbon/Koppers Superfund site inl downtown Gainesville. Local residents have been cornplaining of air and water pollution related to the site, while the company has come up with two plans -one in 1989 and the other last February -that EPA refused to accept because they weren't up to standards. If a company is going to do something as important as this to maintain the health of the environment and local residents, do it right the first time. LAUREL to all the seniors that have earned the honor of being called a graduate of UF It's not easy getting a degree here in four, five oi even six years these days, but you did it During next Saturday's graduation ceremony at the 0Connell Center, commencement speaker U.S. Sen. Bob Graham probably will tell about 4,000 graduates of the bright future in front of them. It's a tough world out there, and we wish the best for each and every one of you. (This may be the last paper of the semester but the editor will be back for a reprise Summer A with a new managing editor. Stay tuned.) alligator Edtor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton tutterg Policy [fters to te edIor Snld not exceed 200 wrds about one by 10 page) ihCe sod be typd, doubieaced an signed They ahohid include tped nam, addre and cleperoe name, N.es wil be wlth'ehd If me aea shows It Cau" Ou a f mle W qL1e.t arl cal tre .diona, waet to' a 3/ sA458 *AA wrJ4 Fae h.The becd ;alen out d the hostage market.A P ', I -nfl 90 Don't forget promises you mr hast week we all celebrated Larth Dav We talked about how important our environment is and what we go Benj as individuals and as a campus community are gPOg to do for it SPEAKS NG O UT We have rolled up the ban ners, recy I dd the postet Ind now it is time It make good on our promnsn ad you an yours Payers Prairie sin Nerous joirdy anI we students are going to make the di fie rence I at will sa it Martin Hackman, a developer tom south Florida, soon will be able to begin constnatim7 on his Hurti Club, a 45-acre residential project on the edge of Paynes Prane Destraction of this \sologi(ally and archarologically valuable land aducent to the Prairie an proceed if I he County Commission doesn't appeal 4 recent ruling of the First Distrit (our of Appeals Such a decision to appeal will be considered at the next County Commiszon meeting On Tuesday Our predecessors at this university were content with using the county's roads and leaving the tonmission alone to do what it pleases No longer' Today we are a powerful group ot registered voters who are concerned about our community and ixsenvironment, both globally and locally At Tuesday's meeting, the usual voices of the environmental community will speak for the Praine This time you and I will add a new voice, one that will impress those commissioners whose salantes we pay On tuesday, this voice voll ip the staie in faar of our environment and will save paynts Praine APPLAUSE article left out bars, MFP Editor: I feel that the article in the APPLAUSE section of the April 19, 1990 edition of The Alligator was extremely biased and lacked good judgment. The reporter, Jeremy Helligar, was originally writing an article on dance ban in Gainesville, but that is wherehisintentions stopped His article was printed promoting The Rev and it looks to me as if that was his real intention from the beginning. The article was almost entirely interviewswith The Rev'sdisclockade mm Parsmnan You are this voice and this is what you must d(i 1) Phone Coninissioner George Dekle at 374-5210 tell hin you are a student and a registered voter m Alachua County Politely ask him to support an appeal to save the Prairie l' Iucsiay, take the one-hour study break that wil make a difference Go to the County Commission meeting at 130p m on thesecond floorof thecounty building downtown It takes less time to ride down on a bicycle than it does to ride across campus lie Here and be counted No elected body can ignore I i pide hundred of us We students have been called a sleeping giant It iN time this sleeping giant wakes up and begins tu make a difference in the community and on the planet it calls home All i will take is a local phone call today and a one-hour study break on Tuesday I know we are all studying, but one hour is less time than you will most likely spend sleeping in the library on Tuesday anyway Wake up and you can make a difference. l)on't you remember last week's slogan? It's your L'arth. and now is the time to get involved! Beinamin 'Pargpan is president of the Enaronntental Action Group and wuit not be sleeping in the lbray Tuesday eys Tiny Davis and Allan Truebar and the owners, with a small section about the disc jockey at Central Ctty. A newspaper is supposed to be a professional and unbiased form of media. But when malicious and slanderous comments are pnited. it makes me wonder just how independent T e A igator really is In referring to Troy Davis' printed quote. sAt MFl' anything goues,' Troy said Wild hair, wild clothing, makeup on men '" The crowd at MFP consistsof the same exact people who frequent the other progressive bars, like Gator Bumpers, Club X, and even The Rev Most students bar-hop and will viit several bars throughout the night Troy Davis and Allan Trueba are, in fact, former employees of MFP. but they did not meet the criteria for continued employment The reporter, Jeremy Helligar. should have investigated his sources before printing the petty opinions of a disgruntled exemployee as fact. In short, the whole article seems to be strictly a gratuitous advertisement for The Rev by Helligar and The Alligator, which makes me wonder if any special privileges or considerations were involved in the writing of this article. Dam POnaS mnger of MFP 1

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IHll)AY. IXII 2, Poo. Al ltAN. 7 MORE OPINIONS See ya later Alligator Just another day The end of a semester for most The end of a college career for some. For others. the end of a phase and time to try something else Youpickupacopyof TheAlIgator, glance at the front-page photograph, skim ever the headlines and, depending on your preference, flip to sports, the opinions page or the crossword puzzle. And when you're done, you leave it on the desk next to you for another student to glance through About a 10-mmnute job for you Iwelvehour job for us Sometimes, something will attract your attention and you'll read the paper Or stuff it in your backpack to read later Maybe a story about your college or the protest you walked by the day before piques your interest. And sometimes, a well-reported and -edited story catches your eye and you read it. We know the average student doesn't really care that student politicians play games with their money or that administrators arhaving another task force meeting to decide if they need to do more deciding We spend a lot of effort writing about that stuff, partly because we think there are some things you ought to know and partly to keep public officials in line (UF employees are public officials too because they get paid with public money ) Just because of the way this place runs, our best writers often become editors, since they have been here the longest and know this place the best Sometimes, when the best people are supervising instead of doing, the product suffers. This semester, however, I was lucky to have great reporters as well as editors and it's hard to let them go. I feel like the mother hen. This is our last paper of the semester and a handful of the people who have spent countless hours in this windowless room to put this paper out are leaving for jobs and internships. Newsroom graduating seniors include: photo editor and big spender Suzette Cook; sports staff writer and child figure Mike Forget the beach, tan while you work Editor: In our busy lives, it is efficient to kill five birds with one stone. How would you like to cop some rays, lose weight, help a friend, stretch, lift weights and build muscle tone simultaneously? The best part of it is that it doesn't cost any money. It's called yard work You get out your blue, Eckerd's beach chair and sit around all day getting a suntan, then you go to the gym, Of course you complain that you don't have any time to do volunteer work, Lets get back to the basics, folks. We all know someone -a friend's mom, your own mom, an elderly neighbor, a single mom, a grandfather, your dad or a perfect stranger that needs their lawn cared for this spring and summer. 'Mink of that warm feeling you get when you do something for someone else. It's just plain rewarding. So, instead of afternoon soap operas, sunning, or computer games, get off your suntanned butt and help clean a friend's yard, gator 1105 Dame who will move his family to Orlando to work for the Sentinel; copy desk chief and Patron Saint of Good Driking Jon DeVnes, who would rather beinAfrica: stringer editor and pillar of patience Daniela Dornic, who is off to copy edit the Florida Times-Union. city reporter and drunken golfer Blake Fontenay, who starts an internship with the Los Angeles Times next month, staff writer Chnsty Harms who landed ajob at the Palm Beach Post, art director extraordinaire and Alligator know-it-all Kathy Rohrbach, who redesigned the paper this semester; and news editor and one-third of the token men Greg Saitz who will write for the Sarasotar Herld-7Wine or your neighborhood. It isn't glamorous, and you will sweat like a guy climbing his 43rd minute on the stair master But it is good, healthy sweat, inside and out. DavcI Sidanni 7)M Don't turn someone in because they are black Editor; I am black and I had done nothing. As I was leaving Homestead Apartments one morning in March, an Alachua County Sheriffs deputy was driving in I looked in my rear-view mirror and saw him turn around to follow me. I had done nothing I pulled out in front of a long line of cars and lost him. I began to relax. But after a couple of minutes, there he was again, right behind me. I made a right turn, he followed I made a left turn, still he followed. By now I could tell that he intended to pull me over, so it came as no surprise when his lights flashed on. I had done nothing. Stepping from my car with my license, I walked toward his patrol car and was orIn other Alligator departments. good-bye to Chris Evans and Jodi Mejia from advertising, Kelly Moore and Susan Walraven from classifieds and Brian Hertz from business We say a temporary good-bye to some staffers who have internships including news editor Ana Acle with the Miami Ierald, staff wnter Geoff Boucher with the St Peterbulrg Times, copy editorJoan Hamby with The Gainesville Sun, staff writer Ron Kaspriske with the Fort Lauderdale Newrs/Sun Sentnel, staff writer Duane Marsteller with the Fort Pierce News-Trdered to stay where I was. I had a test later that morning and I really needed to get home to study I had done nothing to warrant this stop, but that didn't seem to matter When he finally stepped from his car, the deputy asked me what I had been doing in the complex I asked him why he pulled me over. He adopted a harsh attitude and told me that I had better answer his question "I was there visiting a friend," I said He checked my license and my tag, then informed me that the manager of the complex had called the sheriffs department to report a suspicious prowler leaving my friend's apartment. I had been accused of being a thief and no crime had been committed. It was broad daylight and, as usual, I had done nothing. I headed straight back to the complex My friend told me that three deputies had stormed her apartment to find out if I had stolen anything. By this time I was furious.l went to the manager, Mr Bob Bender. I asked him why he'd called the cops and told them I was a burglar. He said he had gotten a call from a tenant who reported a suspicious person leaving bune, managing editor Mary Shedden with New York's Ne wsday, opinions editor Ionya Sutton with the Richmond (VA) ires-lbspatch, and staff photographer Kevin Wisnewski with The Orlando Sentinel We really aren't much different from the students who play politics on the third floor of the Rettz Union Like (hem, we get expenence here to put on our resumes and to learn what our t areers will be like And then we move on Many people call The Alligator a student newspaper Weprefer tothinkofitasasmall daily newspaper staffed by a group of journalists who just haven't gotten theirdegrees -EDITOR LUCY CHABOT the apartment He would not tell me who made the call because he said it would be an invasion of that person's privacy How ironic' My privacy can be violated by a loose accusation made by a person whose identity is kept secret I wanted this tenant to explain why she did what she did' I was helpless and very. very angry -and I had done nothing. I suggested to my friend, who is also black, that she not renew her lease at Homestead Apartments. Why should she live in a place where the tenants and the manager see a black man and immediately suspect he is a criminal? Society wants blacks to join in and be part of the crowd We have been trying to accomplish this for the longest time and experiences like mine indicate what a tremendous failure our attempts have been To the girl who made the call I say that you will never again have to worry about my ,prowling" your neighborhood We cannot live together in harmony as long as you neither trust nor respect us. William Lewis 31.3

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FRI AY, AlI II 2. 19"1, AhJIGAT(Mi I i GRAY from page 5 but we just talk to each other like normal human beings People to people It's not black talking to white, Gettone said he socializes with all of Shaw's white friends and rarely feels out of place or uncomfortable When he does feel awkward, it's usually no a matter of race, but just being around strangers, he said. But sometimes when he meets new white people, they feel uncomfortable around him and often don't know what to say or how to act, Gettone said. 'When you come from different backgrounds, you form different stereotypes," Gettone said. "Some people act a certain way in a certain situation because they don't know how to act around different people." Both grew up in predominantly white neighborhoods Shaw said his white friends questioned why he decided to live with a black person -not out of prejudice but simply curiosity. Their other roommate grew up in the South and both said it washardforhimto get used tobeing around a black person. "He didn't know many black people as he was growing up,' Shaw said. "He's never really been friends with a black Now that he knows a black person, his whole attitude has changed." Gettone said most of his friends are white and that he doesn't feel like he's losing any cultural experiences or missing out by not being with people of his race Gettone said racism on campus may not just come "point blank" from differences in skin color, but more because people come from different backgrounds and cultures. "Although race filters into it, it's not just color differences," Gettone said. bout 10 blacks first were admitted to UF in 1962. said Assistant Vice President for Minority Affairs Jacquelyn Hart. Nine years later, UF implemented an Affirmative Action plan following an executive order Today, UF has 2,050 black students that account for 6 percent of the student population. About 4 percent of UFs jaculty members are black But the reactive changes iade by M' over (h pas[ 20 years haven't squelched ratusm altogether English professor Mildred Hill-lnbin, who has taught it U) for 17 years, said there is a resurgence ot racIsin noT only at UF, but across the nation. Although 17 years ago racial complaints time from the mouths of black parents, more than black students, today's demands are the same -more black faculty members and administrators, plus more minority recruitment 'The language is almost the same as it was years ago. only now we could say it is a bit more overt in a sense," Hill-Lubin said Racism often starts on the administration level and then works its way down to students who feel the effects. Hill-Lubin said "When you begin name calling on an internal, (administration) level, it permits the ugliness to come out on an average individual level," she said But, she said, more white people recognize that black people are disadvantaged. Hill-Lubin said one of the hardest things about being in a professional position is that people often assume she got there because of Affirmatve Action legislation. As a professional who earned her position, she finds she must constantly prove her abilities, she said 'rne black person has to try either to be superhuman and overcome those problems or be hurt most of the time and try to cope with them. That's the big battle." she said Journalism Professor Les Carson, who has taught at UF for 10 years, said race relations have improved over time, But the subject of racism isstill semi-taboo and many people am ituaii lo <,rlsiss he [n(]s(ns itjs Jke they wor' 11) VOMS go ltt QuaLit f I fe lask FIoi( i .set tilp by JLad mr'i'slriors last Dtember to (oiiha racial problems, is basialyt listless, CarSin said [he [ask Forcesunreaibslt aid is not made up of onmunity and II expeis like it should be, he said (Racism) is a situation that ultimately will solve itself," Carson said "Society at large is more sophisticated and less reluctant to discuss these sorts of things o( course, the other side of the coin, Carson said, is that discrimination and ransm hasn't completely worked itself out in 30H) years The only way for racism to work itself out is to have a new generation grow up in a world that doesn't always refer back to slavery and segregation, one student said. Alisha Beverly called it "generation zero" and said if children grow up not even understanding that there are differences in people because of skin color, racism will eliminate itself _WWe have to push our children in an entirely new direction," Beverly said. Perhaps freshman toy Mastropaolo has the solution to whatever "it" is that afflicts IF If UF creates outlets for people of different cultures and races, she said the groups may be able to get to know one another "We're really all the same people" Mastropaolo said. all have the same cells We just need an outlet to together and learn about each other" We get The Board of Directors of Campus Communications, Inc. publisher of the independent florida announces the opening for the positions of Graduate Student Member of the Board of Directors (this position requires a background in journalism) AND Student-at-Large Member of the Board of Directors (this position can be filled by a graduate or undergrad) Applications for thew non-paid positions are available at the Alliganor Classified desk in the lobby at 1105 West University Av., from 8:30 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday. Applications must be returned to the same desk prior to noon, Friday, May 25. THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE DEADLINE. Interviews and selections by the Board of Directors will be hold at a meeting open to the public, Sundoy June 3, beginning at 4 pr. The meeting will be hold at the Alligator ofic.es. Applicants must be dean-seeking college or university students and cannot be currently employed by Campus Communications, Inc. Th Alligator is an Equal OpporitsnylAfflrmadve Acdon Employer r HANEY'S AUTOMOTIVE 'The Auto Repair Center Students Prefer" Students & Faculty Save $ 15% Discount on all parts & labor for foreign or domestic cars w/ this coupon (excluding advertised specials) Tune up with Fuel Injection cleaning $89.95 Tune up Special Most Cars $39.95 (includes Allen Computer Analysis wi Printout) Aien Computer Diagnosis w/ Printout $19.95 (mov"a) Front Brake Special $37.95 (most cars) Oil Lube & Filter Change $9.99 mO e raN) 126 offers expire AprIl 30th ASE Catsfed Ili himber matt"r BW Member Asese Assediast Uftime Resident 1410 S.W. i3th St. (Across from Arby's) Examples of subtle racism: SAvoiding eye contact. Trying to speak using stereotypical dialect. Terming certon dance clubs or music as mblck or wit."' Inferring that if a black student or teacher succeeds, it Is rot the norm, but atypical. Assuming a black person received a professional position or admission to UF due to Affirmatve Action laws. I I I I I I is TechnckIan maes Bmea di. Service of GCnusnlU 376-0601 // U~i

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3.775 UF Students May 5; \proumitt]s17"5 sttJents illrene dI~AIets sitturdu \Ii i t synrng stmster I,1flmn'nte-mvn! i-r> inws at 1(1 n n thlT ( td]l ( enie\hutt 2 ill par *ri, m;-I lqda (.L''rn,, arnd stil lKg> I e oa L F tgr,,<, ( ,r-ilnimni t' ju .I .gLIwlrnor in I'7 11nd ,', d i IKl~ (raham wa electved 1> lbJwis ote in FIX,, n here he u lnu inid L rhani Arttars thi iomnittl on i ronmtnt and PUBb ~tirks, and n. ( ,mnnuttte on Veteran' \tfairs Campai) HONORARY DEGREES then the I he honorary dtgnte lXctor if humanee ilori I .tters will be presented to Fwed.rnck Ellis mAlc 'nt -u Iru Ad5 miisrt.ndf LcF m lied The h acuiuntant, businessman mnd phdlanthroptst [rtters Hher has contrubu ted s ignifiranft t me, osPh energy .1mid finanfltl Test IrCe(' tO U F by edii rid 5cr' i ng in t he Bo sm ess Ad visury Comnmit_ media e tCe ot thr busine s, cliege and on the Brech [ rc'id nt al Seara h Ad visor (timmmittee treedom I Ic is in th e Fita rd i t IDiredtors for U F Riun -imstru me dationi and is Thairman l [UF's Capital tiiurtrlt K AMPUS TODAY tion, 7 p UiF ClJOO\1Obll I sIFs Universit L I'Presii AthltiK Asiatio~n, StAdium, 9 am t, 'nrx 8 p m C 411I ANNLAL FtORIDA TRUMPET fl s [IVAI hosted by Uif musit department and spt n ored by Enter national I rum pet [UF BLS Guild, 9 It) a m to S pin Music Buiding west sidi (al 392-0223 to register GRADUATE STU DEN T rEACHING AWARD I&,e ption, 3 p mr, Friends ol NUTR 1Music Room, .University Auditorium "The Ne F-RUIT CROPS SEMINAR, "Genetic Deficien' Fransfirmation of ( itrus by Direct Gene clinucal n Transfer, by [iF fruit cr ps department fessor ci graduate student lay Schel I 3 p m ,2316 R3-'265 I rifield Flail ResearcF SATURDAY VISITING; ARrTST RECITAL by UmverUFf B ty of Michigan trumpet prfessor and 27-year Chemist veteran of the Boston Symphony Armnando Ghitallo, 8 IS p m .University Auditorium UF BL tickets. i# available at the door bhd SUNDAY MUSEUM LE('TURE, 'John James MS Audubon," by noted Audubon scholar Joel hiit ofS Matson ur2Nt pm H Classroom, Florida NASA FLORIDA MUSEUM ASSOCIATES AnMsem nual Meeting, 3.30 p m Classroom, Florida Museum of Natural History. JURIFE MONDAY features GERIATRICS LECTURE SERIES, "Give students Sorrow Words. Bereavement Issues and wekda Ai g" b Anne M nnhall program P*,ERU Florida, Inc., 11 a rr, NHCU Conference Pnmt ai Room, VA Medical Center brial E THURSDAY, MAY 3 Mache c FINE ARTS DEAN CANDIDATE FORUM, Galleries University of Missouri (Columbia) fine arts I to 4 p school director and muskc department chatrAFRTC man Donald McGlothlin, 4 p.m., Friends of from the Music Room, Umvers~t Anditomum ionn an~ SPRING GRADUATION RECEPTION Hands,'" for graduating seniors, sponsored by of Natu Florid, Cicerones/Student Alumni Associaweekday To Be Granted Degrees PA 'hv nirrjm~ti' 'n''''**'1 ,I I ''1 ,Afoin1 t "I IIu Iu ,ivm r, n.,1 I a *nd Cal 392 Olib n'to .rftp, iio i n m -U--I;; 1r2 -=. B REC KNER F,. FISHER ;rn In 198, Fisher made what ws as largest single glt to anyinstitution la's State University System -36 to U F for the Fis her School it ng honorary degree Doctor of Humane will be awarded poshumousl to ist, newspaper columnist and xeiutive ner was a key figure in Florida's in formation movement lie was 'ntal in allowing cameras in FHonda mis and helped expand the legal THIS WEEK' DU RING BREAK m President's Box, Florida Fiedd 'dent John Limbardi will speak at pen to all graduating seniors FRIDAY, MAY 4 X)DMOBILE SITE, lnfirmary'fHUB, e of HUB, 1l an, to 2pnm. MONDAY, MAY 7 ITIONAL SCIENCES SEMINAR, urologicc Sy'ndrome of VitaminE ry;' by Albany Medical College utrntion director and associate proSmedicine Lyn Howard, 4 pm Health Science Center AMad emic Building WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 .OODMOBILE SITE, in front of ry Buildimg l a m to 4pm FRIDAY, MAY 11 CODMOBILE SITE, service area Tigert Hall, 9 am to 2 p m SATURDAY, MAY 12 UM ASTRONOMYDAY, wit s pro rams,i1 to 4 p m, Foanda o NauralHistory CONTINUING ) ART STUDENTS EXHIBrTION, works of UF art de artment hrou h Api 9 in tnversit Sand Ito 5 mi Sndays id God-Kings' Ancient Moche Art ri,; featunng effig vessels and eramics from the frt-milleniurn ulture, through May 4 in Grinter ,9 am. to 3 pm weekday. and m Sundays AN ARTS EXHIBrT5, "African Art Rita and John Grunwald CollecI "Other Wtrd Faces, Other Wbrld through May 14, Florida Museum ral History, 9 am to 5p n sand I to 5 p.m. Sundays rights ot pu bltit aess ti giA crnm ient in ornation In 1985 Brechner endowed an Fi' nent St hol ar Chair in freedom tit i niorma tio n for U'F's College oF Journalism and Communications and provided funds that enabled the construction of atreedomif inXnie Hall eT he center is rie dfor Brechner who died FEbruarv 26 LAS BCCALAREATE Graduating eniors ad other degree recipients in the College ot Liberal Arts and Scenehaebn ,ited by th colg calaureate ceremony at p mn Friday, \May .4, in University Auditonumi The ceremony will he followed by a reception on the lawn tFaculty alumni and parents are also invited LAW [he College ot Law will award 213 uris doctor degrees, 9 master of law in taxation degrees and I loint degree at its separate commencement ceremony at 10 30 a m Saturday, May 12.minthe O'Connell Center The speaker will be the Hon Paul H Rooney, senior circuit court judge of the U S Court of Appeals PHARMACY rhe College of Pharmacy will award 94 degrees at its commencement ceremony at I p m on Saturday, May 5, in University AuditonumeFlornda Pharmac Association will spak A reception will follow in the Founders' Gallery of the Health Science Center Research Building, NURSING College of Nursing graduates wdl participate in the commencement ceremony Saturday mornin, but a special honors convocation will beheld for the approx_imately 160 nursing graduates at 7 30 p m Friday, May 4, in University Auditorium The H-on Buddy McKay will speak DENTISTRY Approximately 66 students will receive their DDM degrees From the College of Dentistry inseparate ceemnies at 230pm. Friday May 2, in Umwersity Auditoium. UF President John Lombardi is the speaker, ROTC Commissionin ceremonies cr 26 Army offcer candiate swil be hedat -F Gen, Patrick Brady, chief of public affairs, Secretary of the Army will speak Air Force ROTC wil commission 30 officer candidates at 4 p ni. Saturday, May 5, at Holiday Inn Wekst, Col James Brown, UF professor of aerospace sciences, will speak. wil hel130p~m SatayMy, n the Reiti Unon Ballroom The speaker is lWe Admiral John Ready, Commander cit the Naval Air Force U S. Atlantic Fleet. TWentytwo midshipmen will be commissioned. Ten University-wide Teacher of the \ear Awards and two University-wide Advisor of the Year Awards were presented a Thursday's Unversity Senate meeting [hi' awards are designed to encourage andi reward excellence, innovation and cet' All 12 award winners, selected from tbi year's 54 recipients of College Teacher Ad visor of th e ar Awards, received $5M1 ) each The number of College awards vaner based on instructional manyears and stu dent credit hours. University-wide award wines er elected by a omtte chaied by Aademic Affairs Actin Asi ate Vice President keith L and including tour faculty members with distingmisled reputations for teaching and service ap' a student dsignated bytesuetd president The 12 University-wide award winners are listed below 'I MARTHA RADER Assistant Professor of Pbyuical Therapy Came to UF in 1987 Ph. M S. and B.S Ohio State University. Served as research associate with the Florida Institute of Education at University of North Florida Specializes in rehabilitation of the elderly KA RE LISA HARTIGAN Associate Professor of jned clasc departniet in 17 Ph Do legei 4 Aboster, Founder and dietr of annual Comparative Drama Conference Foundmrid co-diretor of UFE Center for Greek studied Reploly teaches at Aegean Institute STEVEN SAN DERSON Professor of 'b litic al Science (Lame to UF In 19N9 as assistant professor. Pi 1) and M A ,Stanford University, M A., Lni ersity of Arkansas; B A, Universit of C entral Arkansas. Director of Tropical Consenvation and Development Program in the Center for Latim American Studies Fbrmner Fulbnght scholar in Mexico GLENN BUTLER Ptofsso o JOurnalsm Came to UJF in 1%66 as assistant professor. Ed D and M.S., Oklahoma State UJniversi-. ty, M. Ed. and B. University of Olahoma Student senkies dfrectr in Coe O 0 Journalism and Commurkstlios. HwmeHa faculty member in residence Tu at Ce,fral State Uni' ,it Edmond, Findlay College arnd Oklaoma State University. UNIER Y r-t4'rr (4 A Liame to [iF in ltbt as aissistant proif(ssor lb D, Missachustt, Institute ii h hn. k, V B A Q u lumbia Univt'rot B S F [ Lniversity otN Mit hin Feathe s engmrteri ng cc norm and decision im delmng curses Rer h artas irx Iude p ipulatron exp It s' lf studies and coin fhit resolution ROLF HUJMMEL Prfessor of Science .g Came to UF in1%64as assistant professor Ph, D, Max-Planck Institute Stuttgart, GecrElectroni Materials" specializato in materials science curriculum Research interests include relability of microelectronic devices and optical properties of materials E. DAN SMITH/ Professor of Accounting Came to UIF in 1971 as assistant professor Ph D. and M.A, Ohio State Umiversity, B A., Baylor University Ernst & 'tung Professor of Accounting Has developed several teaching and professional programs in financial and cost accounting FRANK MATIUAC, JR.Professor of Zoology Came to UF in1958 as assistant professor Ph.D. and M.A, Duke University;f B.S University of Kentucky Di rt o r s Marine Laboratory Unergradut or dinator for zoology department. Taught at Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hil. I -4 DUKWRTH Professor of English 4) I Crmt ti L F min 3 s Issiciit pre Ph I) and MI \ j ohns H Icpkmns Lie tV\ A Un vt'rsity of Ed inbtirgh Dat at Universts if Edinburgh, Stale tn sity of ''ew \ork at Bufhilo Visitng at Vigd alen C Ilege in Ox turd Rest. areas include te [rglish novel, part. n iel i lint' Austen W%. ANDREW MCLLOUGH Professor of Finance Joined UF faculty in V97t Ph 1] business and economics and B S B A severa years as an Army aviator Co Business Administration associated Teaches finance, business ethics business and the humanities Monday, May 7, through Friday, wilnot beminsession, and most can The break is not a holiday period begin Monday, May 14 The Marstun Science Library will b East and Wst and the Marstoii Sci All other days they will be openB The Law Library is open from pnionMayB lt wibeopenfromt Te Health Center Libry wil from3oa topm audy The Reitz Union Cafetena will be 5-6 The Arrendondo Room~ and t TeReitz Union budding will be 7 a m to 11 pn., May 6-Il, frmm night; and May 13 from 7 30 am begjn May 14 C'CONNELL All O'Connell Center facilities, i ed My 513 ll facility wilrope Ma 15he weight room in1 The Student Health Service at the open fromrn a.mto 4 3Opm Ma The Student Nighttime Auxiliary SNAP wilbeginsunumer opratioi fiblice Departnent, 392-1117,can p Decal restrictions will be liftedir 1, ceBlue One areas, Ora enforcement will be lifted in all a, dividual reserved spacfl, service dr forced at all tires UPD advises all students leavms in private facilities Students retort their bikes in their roof's aer bna recommends securely attaching hil The Univenkiy af n.lrid i. -n Equal LOpportuinty/Affirmstiwe Acti tittinf2,300 To Participate In Ceremony Engineering Affix New Parking Oscals By May 7 Faculty, staff and students must display new 1990-91 parking decals on their vehicles by Monday, May 7. Decals a,. available from the Office of Traffic and Parking on North-South Drve. That office mailed out renewal 'information earlir thsmonth' eca c ficebeteena.n,. and44:30 pm. weekdays. To avoid long Uinet, Iacuty, staff and sdet m prfruigthe ail Th cost of n OflBusiness decal is $133 scnd vehicle, $42, Restricted Area, S$10, second vehicle', $2Commuter and Student, $51, second vicle, $16; car poo1, $35 pEer' Qetons soul dresd to the Office of Thraffic and hiring, 392.2241.

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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Iligator lass ifieds FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED WALK 3 BLOCKS UF Room ceh/a. share kitbaths w/d prefer male grad students 185 singl 40 double 376 6652 378 A122 Cheerful 3bdrm hom replaces gar dens porches parking {)$S50 shares available Special consideration to musI cars 37t 1510 4 27 10 1 townhouse own turn bdr ba wash dry pool close to UF $300. I/? ull 335 1841 4 27 10 1 03kBrook 2br'e2ba 2 Mle from U Imicro, To securely, pool.338 0530 A nclo. of 813 876 1116 CollacIf 4 30 10 1 ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145 for Sum mer Spring & Fall also avail at CLO Inci 10 meals/wk utnJ pd I bok 0 UF Student Runl 377 4289 or stop by 1 7 NW 15th St 4 30 10 1 3 rooms in NW home wash/dry 2ba, close to UF $150 D0 & I4 util, M nos, furn avail 335 2891 4 27 7 1 Large 2BR 2 1,2 hiah Tow mouse Woodgate Mnr wod hookup Avail May 1 $509 mo ng 332 964 AsN for Li nda or Barbara ROCKWOOD VL'ASI boauptlul 3bd/3ba Furn condo Por 11s 5 n fall A sprirQ ca e 1 363 0047 Jax I will return your call Sorony Annex Sublet May Aug I bWk from Norman $275 + Ui lneg I Call 3/5 3821 and leave message 4 27 5 1 A*ABRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK* A Luxury condo 4 blk. from campus., sotinily, maid ssrvlce European kitchen w/ micro, dihwas. disposal lull size washidry $200 to $390 monthly 3754541 4 27 4 1 RENT PROF S HOUSE SUMMER C $400 3BDR 373 2360 4-27 3 I WE RENT TO 19YRS.& UP! Need to Rent a Car, Truck, or Van? Then Come To. GATOR AUTO LEASING 3535 N. Main 372-2561 DMOES I I.e&Mgwrttodiwepew "W64 2hqiadag.1 nnive WS.eesoy ha. 6.eb -rs.tn cfisa c040a woan' FOR RENT: FURN. Summer rrert wanted to live in 2bd/2ba apt Oxford Manor $200 obo masler bdr w/ bath avail Call 335 9217 4 27 4 1 3BR/2BA Northwood Pines home completely furnished Dishnare linens, all the comforts Fireplace garage lenced yard $750 KEY MANAGEMENT 371 3454 PnD cand seeks mature house mats own bdr/ba wd micro. VCR safe quiet neigh borhood, ample parking 372 0912 11a tpm 4 27-3 Furnished bedroom only $150 8 1/3 ut 3 blocks from campus Available May Aug 377-0715 4 27 3 1 House IBr 481ks UF Summer Fall, furn, no pate Grads $280 377 0325 alter 5 *S****WINDMEADOWS**O ** huge mai bdr in 3bdr/3ba turn or unfurn. avaIl for 2 rmmts $150 ca NEG 338-6370 Becky 4-27 3 I Tg ultra mod 3bdr/2ba twts 4 yrold bhw UF SFCC Small Quiet commu Jacuzzi sscun ly syste wa/dry & more $950/moneg unturi call 374 86 1 'v mree sage 4 27 2 1 ONE BLOCK TO UF one bdrm $250 a onth inlud utilities Call JeIt at 375 1555, leavn message it no answer 4 27 2 1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Aitracre, clean apis A houses close to UF avail for Aug. I yr lease No dogs Call 495 9024 4-30 24 2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. Walk 10 Santa FE CC I BDR $270 $280, 2 DoR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec Plus LMR Pool laundry no cats or dog. SaniaF Trace Apis 378 1190 4 30 75 Oait Glade ApIs Near UF & VA. quiet washer/dry.r available in most units for $20 mo Cars Allowed 1S 20, 1& 2 Bath $250 $350, set A ir 372 6422 4 30 75 2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $263/MO LYONS APT 4000 SW 20TH AV 37-4707 4 30 71 Z INCREDIBLE Efficiency Apt. Starting al $15 Slareing at $238 / 2 *edroomn MEAOWC REST 378-39"6 375-Sll Check Our New Specials All Amenihle. Available FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommates Available We 'C Not REGENCY OAKS 378 5766 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 2001 SW 16th Street In The Pines Spacious 1 2 & 3 Aedroom Apartment A Townhouses Convenint to UF/Shands 2 pools tennis co weight room, sauna 2 laundry rooms Ask about 3 bdr species $400 off Ask about Summer Special. 373-3371 205 SE Hh Ave 1,2 mile east of Main Sc For years, cancer was a disease for which there seemed FOR RENT: UNFURN. 200f House by OF Carport, tireplace., alu 329 NW 15th ocr College Park Api OffIce 411 NW 15th Sir 371 7777 4 271 2 MELROSE SPRINGS Brand row bd. screened porch, huge oaks, landscaped nice neighborhood $450/mo 475 1988 Pets Ok 4 30 11 2 Avail now 1 bdr api, ans, cent hea/., min, vertical blinds, own bus near UF, $275 including water 3/3 0701 4-30-5-2 Houseiduplex Abdr2ba, Fireplace, cent hlair, 1 1'2 mi so of UF Iyr lease $650/mo Call 375 6183 Leave Message 4 27 8 2 HUGE Studio S bki to UF vvd firs liraplace, full At knl low alcd Lease il July 31 w* year option $265 375 0963 Iv FY'10 4 27-8 2 Conier Court, very nice 2bd, walking distance to UF 1210 NWI 11 Av Dishwasher. Cent air Office 411 NW 15 St 371 7777 4 ?7 8 2 Three Oaks lbd 2bth lus 3 bus N of OF very, very nice 414 NW 14 St College Park Properties 371 7777 4 27 8 2 For RlenI gbdrm Condo in Marchwood $550 a monih 3 month lease Call for Interview 330 4502, available May lit Studio, bd, 2bd, and 3bd apts and houses aveit now and for fali Walk To UF' Beal the oUshI College Park Properties 411 NW 15th 371 7777 4 27-8-2 A 2OAY, 112 BA Aiet A convenient o0'lion, pool, clean. FoxmIoor Condo 3800 SW I I Ave Iy 'se 11400/mo' 332-7257 4-272 WOOD FLOORS Bdf or 28dr, Now or fall Walk to UFI College Park Apts 41) NW isth St 371-7777 4 27-3-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. Sublease huge beautiful 2 br/ 2 b town house with study Close to Mall A OF Avaiable June 1 $520/month 332-4884 427.42 3-1 bedroom apt, private pato, central h/a, kitchen *quipped. 425 SE 8t St $19500 + deposit 375 2505 4 27-2 2 Large spAcious room for rent n big house Two minute walk To campus Well air conditioned 378-6017 4-27-2-2 2bdr/1ba, quality Construction, ceiling fans. conIral meet/al, bike to OF, garden plot, $300/mo, $200 security lease ngo tisbie 8ob, 338-5939,keep Iryng 4 27 1 2 1 Bedroom apt / 2 blocks from UF air condo avail May 0th/easywalk to Shards, $240 mo (for summer or longer/ 336 0398 1 27-1-2 MUST RENT SOONI Specious 2tr/Tba, 2 blocks to UF call 33-0113 & leav, mes390i 4-27-1-2 THE TOWERSID Soar about the mundane, See UF from private balcony, neatly reno vated bdrms 207 NW l7th St 371-7777 $50 off reni Ibd/bath. quiet, stylish gar don apI, May 25-July 31, pets alt, no de posit. close to campus 335-9352/395 8785 4-27 3-2 280/11A 5325/1mr Phoenix Apis. close to UF/Shands. very specious, year or summer lease. pets ok Call Los 370-1802 CRUISESIHIPS NOW HIRING lot spring Chrisimas and next sUmmet breaks Many positions Call 1 805-682-7555 EXT S-1115 call 7 days a week) No Village Park ( French Quarter SPECIAL SUMMER RATES 2 Bedroom from $245.00 ALSO LEASING FOR FALL 3 Pools 0 3 Laundries Ceiling Fans 0 Flexible Leases. Study Hall & Ree Hall e A Student Community minutes from Campus & Shopping 1001-999 S.W. 16th Avenue 378-3771 9-430 weekdays "t El =1 INewy I I

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Newberry Crossing Ph 332-4141 1281 N W 76th Blvd -SURF -SKI from open water cavern. 5125 All female classes available FULL SERVICE DEPARTMENT Equipment packages Snorkel packages Standard 80 cu t Tank $97.50 SEA 300 Regulator $184.95 SEA Elite Silicon Package $63.95 Includes mask fins & snorkel WE HAVE ALL BRANDSI Handicapped Scuba Association Classes a---OMLtY1Vi-LIGHT 940W $2.50 a.~ l a n ani This Is No Cartoon! I1S x C 3X ITIS 10aE m earn, I GestoA I ED : O, S.4I .k0ylt E1:,rU9-0 AsI 12 Me ~ tA 120ik rx I A M TH HUE IS ON SPACED IAERS ED at 5sit .is Wild Orchid z IO Its uo2m ow0.io'x.12 w FI Q&A oIs". filI" IEI @flt3Thilttl BE WARNED. A Mt 1&0 e" I 0 The cook, the thief, His wife, and Her lover [R 1FREfl145SP4L l'rIS Alachua Co OWNERS SALE 5 Acres $14,900 15 min trom Gainesville, mall, University and hospitals Near springs & rivers, easy drive to Gulf Beautiful property on paved road in NO FLA growth area This wont last Great terms Call Now' Patten Corp 800-888-4606 Ext 842 trom 8 30 to 8 30 FOR RENT: UNFURN. WALK TO CAMPUS Greal 2BR apI Hadwood floors nsde bike storage window coverings cinrraj air $400 FOR RENT: UNFURN. Super 20dr/l a apt Fireplace Phoen 2630 SW 33rd PT I2m niane no pers $330/mo Aval Aug 373 1550 4 27 6 2 A 2br 2 bls 10 UF and Sorority row lasrn uLly remodeled lolted coilmgs aO po! r aval now $260 373 8022 4 27 5-2 3bd/2ba at house $575/mo AvaI June 1s! 1707 NWlanm do By appr only 37? 196 427 5 MA rml needed for own room r 3bdr ?bath apt for summer C 5160 a mo 3 u!l Call Coral 376 3893 4 27 5 2 Rent *1*11 MAY FREE Freebed walk to campus 2 room I 12 bat, dishwasher pool, weghi room lwnhse 315m, 370 4592 42752 Cheap' 2bd $235/mi $100 deposit quielsale 3 m, from campus Call Cindy or Bill at 372 9687 4 27 4 2 SUPER LOCATION I BR apt I block N of ODome Bro yard for lootbelt parking Earn extra cash 333 1161 4 27 4 2 Sublease huge beautiful 2br/2be town house wth study cloysel0e allAUF Avalf able June I $520'month 332 4664 LUXURY CONO 28R/2bah loft condo in quiet NW, pool coin laundry and hook ups $550 KEY MANAGEMENT 372 3060 AVAILABLE NOW OR MAY 2BR I /2 BA SW duplex Extranic lat with 2 bg bedrooms hookups yard rramr $325 Great 2A 1 T e2 BA Townhouse breakfst bar hookups some ati pd $325 KEY MANAGEMENT 372 3060 BIKE TO CAMPUS Spacious I BR apt dowes'aist walk-in closer, mini s omer 1 lilies paid $240 Upstairs IR balcony condo dishwasher coin laundry g275 Country living in a 28R duplex private air pelt ak $275 KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3dds 1)00 ffiin $s-210 ligM Oows Searing b* r 4 4 P4 52 7 senior Citizens A chrkrrn 3 12 $3 50sludls evening ri ) 1 E tFOE MO ctivism (P 13) at.oen SM MIIon 2 -byI sa1 11 1 ESmEST oS TOjA (M a t a 1 5e a N 7 I W II *ss I'stS tb 4 FriSal Midimphrlt .l fit. Se w MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE 80 Mob il c hr 'bdr fiss0o abo Home for sale Good con 1 2 batn arI To wasr 3 1322 27 427 4 3 rII cry Ouet country living, ecellenr condition 14 X 70 on? beajlrtul acres Buy rome rent land 6 m. N of G vile 485 re38 4 27 4 3 Moving Must Sell' 12461 urn bdrilba 1972 greatcond $4500 OBOCash 336 arf 4 21 2 3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. May renl FREE' bdr'2ba in OXFOIR MANOR Rent summer C w option 'or F all Call now I 375 1208 IV Mesisage 4 27 t 7 4 Prease Help Us bdr lba Ap tor S me' C Use our furniture A gay no posit" Reasonable rou 336 64 4 30 16 4 urn da 9? *** AAAAAHHHHHHHHHHir iI ** HELPi Sublease a lurnised bedroom ONE BLOCK FROM UFi May rer s FREE' June July $170 Aug $150 Call 335 2202 leave Message 4274 Sublease For Summer We oplon for F a Spacious 2bdr Apt CHEAP RENri Ci 37 8090 4 30 16 4 Reasp quiet n/s needed Own r m n arme 11/2bh apI Only 120 I pay iherest No des May Aug Call 375 1354 alto, 6pm Sased 4 30 13 4 Regency Oaks apt bdr large for More into 378 2202 mornings and evenings 4 27 124 Windmeadow 3bd/ab., for sublease lron May August wih option for fall Call any Time, 336A315or 336 0316 4 2/10 4 Laiewood Vilas Sublse May Aug Turn bdr own ba wash/dry attractive and clean, only 5242/mO 335 5589 'eave message 4 27 10 4 Sublease a HOUSE for summer' Prdos furn wood floors, Ig kitchen nice yard 2 min bike to Campus $440 373 4662 4 30 10 4 Oxford Manor own bdba, urn wash/dry Price neg Sublet summer C 371 1237 4 30 10 4 OAKBROOK I Own your own condo i0r al most romny downlake over pmns Fully Furn w/wash/drye,call Craig 378 3451 IV message 4 30 10 4 May rent ree 2bdr/ 1ba in Bailey Manor rent for summer wooptlon o renew in tall Secu c. quet adult communi $275/,hone 371 7282 430 104 SURF/PARTY house 1320 NW 2nd Ave next to Rocky Rococco Term 5i5 85 S110 mT Its ulil Call 338 1263 4 21 8 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT KEY MANAGEMENT 3w' 3060 N S F To have own masr bath A bedem for only A180R4 & 1, ril Nerd from May I Aug 1S Op Dor fal CtIKm 336 33, 4 30 9 4 I hrm apt 5 "loks from Ul Sublet all surmer (May Aug) 5?45 mo Palm Bay Apis Ca area 2629 lean nlSSd 4 27 7 1 LREF MONTH FNTI aval1May I ^Aj 15 conutori-Im.,a poolside 7F4 'ba noce Cal 3/1 no, lIt message 4 2/ 7 4 Sublet 2bdi7ba of 3bd Tha $210/mor rineg 335 2144 Ask 'or Jill or Julie 4 2 14 Sorority Anre. apt lbdr *na 1 bak o UV central at rti free for Sunmer C Only S Simo Call John 371 i393 4 r 7 4 Summer sublet May I5 Aug 15 nice spa Cious Ibd/lba apr 3 blocks Trom camleus 1621 NW 3rd PI 43 $225/mo Case op !on 336 6850 air t0 4 1 4 OXFORD MANOR Sublease for C op on for fail 3bd r3ba washerdryer also turn for sale Please Calf 377 arty 4 27684 GATORTOWN Pool view Huge 2bdr, I 1 2 ba May Aug $33oimo rego''ab e Call flon or Lisa 171 4816 evenings 4 2 6 4 Oak Fores spec os rtrn shd I bdrl available May A r Hr-Nrgot Able Cal 336 39?3 4 1 1, 5 *0@@WN ROOM & BATH** Io, ommner rry SadciouS apf has I duc pond onoi iaUdry nieal rmme smal pets it Reve Sifs ngoiabn Per 37 40s 4 772 4 SUMMER A 1 or C 1 or 2 1 N S Rmrms lafge bd, own ba Pine rree Gardens Rent neg Plea leave message 336 4367 4 27 6 4 May rnl FREE '3br'ban Oxford Manor rn! summer A B or C w Car on For Fill Cail 35 5971 V ressegn 4 ?? 4 'h4d ?bIh apI at Omlord Manor for $400imo neg MUST sublease by May (caneven akeoverrentinAug3754201 after SOm 4 27 6 4 mif sub'ot room in ig nbdr 3o1 house a rage q.ot area must see cose Io Uparking spol nlm R,' rng 3l 8243 Paul 4 2?5 4 Summer Sublet MI Vernon apIs Zbdi2ba Twnhs, less Than Irmi to UF A Shands 375 5694 4 27 5 4 Sublease Summer C Pbdr n 3.2 hs I mile irom UF in scenic Im1y rbrhd wshr/dry, cc carport $I2S neo Call 3704198 4 27 54 Sublease 2hd'iba save $150 clean apt walk Pst 0 UFsIra ndso$360/mo 2 00011 May Aug opI 1o lease call Amy A Mojgan 374 8780 4 27 5 4 Rocky Pt Ap ONLY $130rno males needed subleasing 2 huge rms in a 3bdr2bS apt May 4 Aug ,S Ann or Reee 335 6493 4 ?7 5 4 ClassItieds. Continued on next page STUDENTS N olIG SCUBA Scuba classes to cave and VISA OR MASTERCARD! Even it bankrupt or bad cradil We Guarantee you a card or d2ufal your money back CaNl 1-805-682-7555 EXT M-1202 (call 7 days a wee THE HUNT Is ON. 1.-F.agags mItS WE HAVE CARGO VANS and TRUCKS for Rent to ALL STUDENTS 19 & UP GATOR AUTO LEASING 3535 call N Main St 372-2561 I cem Pusetessm

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SUBLEASE HSE/APT *i4 '' I| 1 "J1 e a a ,' 14 1 1 1 t I'. fr n o F. 1 'o at 1 lll mil ty I la Ir I OO I D II Ill 10 ,o U $ St I IF alVI r' W~ 1 /1 118 ) 1 Sublet. Snow WiFla collge .e tor summer or longe, Charming 70 yea old I bedroom dopier I block Et Wor mn, HIl Call eve 376 1417 1 r I II I I In''I n a'dhI IbIn I us r I D Imv e' I I II ,Aol[ t I OIrrN OOM Cnshd alg 7I.sr Iu' rot I "d 1loll ml 0 [IF FT3 St m l a 3 4 .n I "Po"' I' .c0 't) '.5. lOtr rhna I I1 11 ,n $'?12mo III foul AKI 41)'A'0 VaI AS 'im','d 2 a sIuhinist 'IY -IAllS S' '19se My A1.'S ifliANil N]f W 'nor a rowrno FSc II I Ih I 1 r 1 1, crr Halt.f ',5 m e s'.i0 -/4 'J P ()II) MANOR o 1 ,ii 1 'Or '1Do Puce 0 .I 'F / I GO r'g /7 neg0 6/C0 summer 0r.P AT 4 27 4 M I Inr >ra PIbs Car master bdr It r ji t1 w norm $310 Call Henk ar ror Il'rmr rate I2 Wa dr Call 'ii) 3i44 6/0'1 2 441 WAl K r0 CAMPUS OaKbrook Walk S D' va<'or uum mer fully urn 2bd/2ba a1 d'y 'ic p 0Del avail May 5 5O0 mO 3' 1630 42744 Pr va bus mror UFiSFCC 1bdrItai for summer sublease api furn, clean, washidry must sCuaase, rent nog Call 3/ /b2O 4 214 4 2 3 har house bike [o campus hardwood l0ors celr'g tans huge backyard $425 ma 3/1 0851 iv message 4 27 4 pro, LIFO summer lease Country V.1lage Furshmd or unturn close to UF large Pent nlo Option for tall 318 /o0 IV res 4 274 4 1 m i ., -1 i l' i ', 'l SUBLEASE: HSE/APT SUBLEASE: HSE/APT & ft)AKI lOk WAI K IF V J A P I s Miy JIy i 4 la 3rd I Oh, I 2n $an 1 no Lin ICOH lJMANOC SUBLL ASE Msr d I I Sum IF mer C $200'mo across ire ,jul 31 11/ 1 v Msg 4 / 3 4 *ill lake Allhrg* Oak F rest Sabur Id in 3bd.2 1./Oa iownrouse For summer C L vng area Ir." Make an olier please sigmo A 1/3 I en obo Call Doug 33S 2561 4 2? 3 4 ***** RENT NEGOTIABL~li F NS needed for owrn bedroom & bath in ?tEd apt Summer C in Pornt West Call 3/3 1162O avemsg 4 27 3 4 ONE BLOCK F ROM UF 2r/Iba 2nd Iloor sublease May Jun lease renewable $325'mo Call 375 8650 or 372 1494 4 '/ 3 4 ,13UH L I From May 7 10 July 28 Ibdr !fl /ni 1 1 2 ba ar Landmark Only $300 'or summer ut Call 3/2 6076 4 27 3 I N S for own room in Sronebridge No r', 1$175 mo 9 1 4 lel 317 0602 Lisa JIM IN TH LA1HELS summer wapt to ,ngwl in 2bdr Its Brand New Apt All Itras I st 3 me Nego 311 548 or 335 116 4 27 3 4 *WNOMEADOWS APTS HUGE 28edu2Balh sublease for summer option for all ifturn Call lor into 336 42rO 4 7 3 4 Sublet lor summer Own room in NW IIme ClOS'oIUF, S00mored $17S& 1 3 111 CaLl Irs 1206 4 27 3 4 aa a Includas: a a fresh dehi meats, a choice of bread, U Salads & so $9 0 w/beverage and a S onge hot Specialty 0295 soup = iteinge$3.95 !K & Salad :$1.0 OFF COUPONS, I:00am-2;00pm a 'LMonday-Friday 0 Inside Holiday In a University Center L OUtb 0Corner of 3 Street o & University Avenue a ATTENTION ALLIGATOR ADVERTISERS em rte -~ dfln THE ALLIGATOR WILL NOT BE PUBLISHING FROM MONDAY, APRIL 30 THROUGH MONDAY, MAY 14. AS ALWAYS, WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE AND WILL RESUME PUBLICATION AGAIN ON TUESDAY, MAY 15. The DEADLINE for Tue. May 15 is Fri. May 11 by 4:00 pm for both Display and Classified advertising. Display 376-4482 373-3463 flig or SUBLEASE: HSE/APT IUAMFIOT 'd r. rli ior GtodI rt,1 'i IF mo no drio I iII, dru r Ii' I ('1 in Ar Fo'trm 'at 11 ~ !Rfliqh HIge tredroom ce''ing lin wood floors screen porch large yard Walk .0 UF $225 sub'ense Parnly F rnisild 3/S 1558 4 27 4 MiF own ister tmhuge closer vaulted c'lings,vclase to UF NICE stiSnegi SubFoase summer W/lfri option Tracey3l3 0419 4 27 2 4 I W rse to' sui' er A 4 3 'bdl r 9'i 'i 'iII IrI bill bumr imp',s $315 a r-in ril I h 153 and ljv', n'Vs an 1 / 4 I NS needed to stblet sum A orlru 731 I Oak Forest $136 2s5mo A util sharl 'am IW/ OWn ba Call Tammy 335 2%a0 73 4 SHELFT MAY RENT FUEE a S rONFRDG ir summer 3bdr 2 t 2 Or I F T 5 DE AL Call 336 0529 4 27 3 9 Nice, cheap 2 frimns to sublease 3 bdriba furn tondo 120/mo avail May July Pool w/d in Casablanca 335 0101 4 2/ 2 4 STONE RDGEiSUBLET m bnd w pr'v bath turn in 3bd2 12b townhouse 200 11) uril or best oIler 335 0079 Iv mas sage 4 27 2 4 Sublel Louis .n NE Own Bedroom and Bath Nice June and July w/ooton 1IImo .13 uril 31/7 6589 Mike 4 27 2 4 OAKBROOK WALK own bdribm wash dy I cr0 uDly furn Move in now for only rno O (reg $390/mo) Call 33528CS Lakewood Villas Subca se any part of summer Rent negotiable Call anylirmeat 335 4591 4 27 2 4 Sublease Summer Oxford Manor 2bdr '2ba poolside furnished wash/dry hear gym 336 ?241 4 27 2 4 Sublease Summer C Oxford Manor Fully furn, 2 Bdr/2ba in a 3 bdr apt $200/mo ut Army 335 6307 tv Mess 4 27 2 4 7, option lor A gray car 379 65T5 IV House for (ent, 2br' Iba woodFloors tots of space 1ok from Tigert/Norman 5/I 8/15 Super nice call 395 9834 or 395 9172 4 27 4 4 MONEY '' Sublease Zbdrm 2ba apt One nth free and no depos T1' Lease May Aug 14 Call 172 3467 leave message MAY FREE Quie spacious 2br George 'own apt 1o, -.m close 0 camoaS Slop Find bus pool Ieta air modl appliances 371 t087 4 d7 3 4 MAY FREE I Sublet Oak Brook walk apt for sum tl riv arrangements fully Furn W? micro w id VCR 371 107 **Hawa.an VJla* $300mo *** 2 bdroormbah Really nice and big Must see Close to UF Call 336 1384 anytime **BEHIND NORMAN** 2 rooms, $105 and $11 Samo FULLY FURNISHED' great roommate Call 371 7526 summerr 4 ACROSS 1 Theda BarS. e g 5 Double items? 10 Burner used in labs 14 WIngd '15 'The Hoosier Poet" 16 Ancient Syria 17 Capacity to erdure 19 Shankar, the sitar player 20 Playground equipment 21 Put on 23 Type measures 24 Does English homework 26 Actiuate 29 -gland 32 TV host Griffin 33 Vaporous emanation 34 One s native land 35 ort ESE of IGranada 37 Inflated a balloon 39 "The Lip Ourocher 40 Cidos 42 -m tangere 43 End 45 Samoea or 46 Props found in atefers 47 102, in old Rome 48 Framwrks 50 Auto seeing copatmnt 54 Places 55 Gor iizar S CollecloNus of loyngs 59 Ued a Stopwatch 60 sh-.atig bid 111 klaclus 82 Parts of churches 53 Changed this (Mow DOWN 1LUrge containers 2 Soap additive 3 The Animal Fonda film 4 Can 5 Crops 6 Popular recordings 7 800-mile river in China and Soviet Union a Classic preceder 9 Groups of signs 10 Breadwinner 11 Electronic device 12 Whel hub 13 In the center 18 it has privileges 22 Designer de Ia Ranta 24 Type of grass 25 Region in NE France 26 Deep blue pigment 27 Mount Martinique volcano 28 Bank transport lidt r H Fft SUBLEASE: HSE/APT N n I to I I apt for 'ummtier 4, .t I (w nrI torui Shands $1 /S Io S'.I' Also rIed 'min in fill 3J5 S5rl ROOM I RtNr furnIshed in huge house 'Yk from UF avail May1 Aug I Pit'm obo Call Creg aT 113 9863 1320 NW 2nd Ave 4 27 3 4 MF 'or 2bdrI' 10 ba lurn wiving/drnrng I h opt to buy br turn Only $265 near campus vasi 5/10 Ai15 CaLl 336 8648/335 3518 4 27 3 4 MAY FREE' own rm in huge 2bdil l/2ba in NW area 5 min to UF $18 50 & 1/2 ui F grad stud as rmm 372 9502 lv Fsg 4 27 3 4 LAURELS SUMMER C, 3bdl3ba, micro wash/dryer turn avail other amenities $550 335 8978 4 27 3 4 Seal the most incredible luxurious clean & really cheap3bdr apt in C vile for summer Oxford Manor 335 0573 4 27 N/S Fenialm sublease Summer A B or C For $160 8 '2 jidrl es Call Joanna or Monica at 335 5660 4 2 3 4 Apr in he LAURELS CHEAP Summer A a r C Ask for CARLA ar MELINDA 335 5422 4 27 3 4 SEIZED CARS, trucks 4 whe& ars TVs, stores furniture comp u IS by DEA, FBI, IRS and US customs Avail able your area now Call 805 682 7555 (call 7 days a week 29 Involving a break 30 Seasonal songs 31 Funnyman Murphy 33 North Star State 36 Up the ante 30 Aubbtd with oil 41 -a deal' 44 Member of a Roman Catholic order 45 Ancient unit of weight AN SW. II A 47 Students of UCLA 48 Applaud 49 First-rate 50 Chestnut or walnut 51 Hair-raising 52 Composer of Rule Britann'i 53 Took advantage of 5% Big shot, for short 57 Bad German spa PREVIOUS PUZZLE: 111[tnlln m n nu Fnmu nn i a .-n + rrr N -I-I"''"" A 4/21 190 K t alies lai Af exa s Syes. 4j27 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe 811a0Ae EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! usI Oxford Manor ?bd avail May renewal in Aug N'ce clean ped Big enough for WO I Call nsg 4 21 4-4 7 I _Q A

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FRIDAY, APRIL 27. I') ALICALIUR, i7 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT INDMEADOWS rartemed room bath l3S/ma 335 693 keep Trying 4-27 3 4 WS Area IBDRgiBA Apt $200/ma th u uly 31 335 4870 4273-4 4awaran Village summer C ownl im In bd/2ba apt S150/mo I/3~url Call Jolt 173 0848 4-27 2 4 ;PYGLASS summer sublet C, 2bdr/2ba AY FREE thru mid Aug. BRAND NEW, partially Turn 335 5358 4 27 2 4 Sublet/Assume lease May July 2bdri2ba, bik from UF central heat/ac wood floors, cling fans $500'mo TyT 371 7593 4-27 2-4 $140 May-Aug aprto staymquiet,clean, tum or unfurn big bdr/0n be, pool .3 19 closets Again only $140/mo neg Amy 332 4700 4-27-2 4 *O@MASTER RMIBAOOO New Spyglass, QUIETI Furn walerbed washidry $230 nag 336 0022 4 27 2 4 SubeIase May-Aug Sunbay Aps tbd Prce neg 377-9382 4 27 2 4 Get May FREE lbdr in a 3bdr at Regency Oaks $145 0mO own bathroom call 373 9391 ask for Michelle 4 27 4 4 MAY FREE lbd' haapt unturnished, pei 0 $1 991m0 sublease for summer w/ op Ion for fall Call 378 1248 days 4 27 1 4 OXFORD MANOR sublease sum c 2 2 wd dw very cleai A avail nowi $423 mo neg + deposit call Jer a v mess 3?11477 4-27 1-4 Sublet FRENCH QUARTER 2bdr/1 4ab. avail May-Aug 112 of May renit free Call 37850073 4 271 4 ***Sublet maser bd in hbd house 3 BLOCKS from canipusl I WILL PAY HALF YOUR RENTIM Furn/unfurn 375 6067 4 27-1 4 ibr/lbn apt in Arlington Square new phase all new May rent free or $275 a month May June wooption to lease for fail call 373 6071 4-27 1-4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Lakewood Villas 3bdiba rown house bd/ba avail Fully Furnished avail wd innl 24? a month call Andy 335 4694 1 27 1 4 MUS r LEASE Woodgat Manor near SFCC $100 call 332 0708, nudist' wel Come 4 27 1 4 MAY RENT FREF 1 Rbd12ta Country ViI lage Sublease May Aug Furni 3/4 Mi to UF Rent nego Lv rsg 370 4803 4 27 4 HUGE 2K so ft 4bdri2 l/2 ba pool screened porch turn /unIurn central SO laundry hook up quiet $475/rmo neg CALL NOW 332 9246 4 27 1 4 IS ROOMMATES BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdr''ha. lacuzzi,o *uflsn, Wt room -huge pool 1/2 ml to UF $230/ro for own room. 1/? cable A uil, 372 2857 Dennis 4-30-28 5 F/ns Unfurn room in clean, quiet NW 3i2 House 4 mi UF/SFCC, Washer, Cable, Micro, No Pets $1 50mb & I/3 L 378 6499 4 30 12 5 Mile Run-n/s studious mF sem, turn condo. central heatjac pool, ten ms/wash/dry Start anytnme Call collect 305-294-3094 4-27 10-5 Musicians/Artiste coY 3 bdrm bungalow needs (2) social creatures to make it viable $150 fireplaces, porch, 2 baths 3771510 4-27 5 5 NiS, non-driking F, liberal minded 10 share loaded 2bdr/l 1/2 be api, near UF' A Oaks Mall, $175 & 1/2 util 332 0653 M/F for 2bdr'2ba in OXFORD MANOR May rent FREEl Available 5/7 wr oplion for Fall 375 1200 Iv message 4 27 8 5 M/F Rmmt needed or spacious 2bdr/Ibea apt at Piccadllly ARtM Contral al. porch, pool, and more *2l0mnnth a 2uil Call Richard 335-5584 4 30-0 5 SPYGLASS need n/f n/s roommate or furnished 3bd/3ba apt complete with wash/dry 335-5742 4-27-8-5 ROOMMATES 3 rooms in NW home, wash/dry 2ba close to UF $150 180 A 1/4 Jll, M nes turn avail 335 2891 4 27-7 5 2 M/E RMMIs Needed for Summer Star 5/4 Abd/2 /2 be Pqetree Gardens $135/mo A 1/4 uil CAp nig 335 5119 aftr 5pm 4 27 5 PINETREE GARDENS F rmml own bdr $140/mo A /4 ulI Call 336-8947 4 27 7 5 F n/s needed to share 2bd'2ba Np', turn in Brandywirne $137/mo If want own Fm rent nag Avail May 4 Call 335 9846 4 27 5 For summer F ,mm needed in 3br3ba Win dreadows apt you'll gel own room/both for $200/mo Call 336 7909 4 27 6 5 M'F 3 blocks 10 campus Three Oak apt tree waterbed, own room $205/mT May Aug, no deposit reqd 371 6562 4 27 6 5 F/M N/S for nice 2bd/lba apt $150 & deposit and /2 ull Call DENISE for more info 375 19/2 please leave message 4 27 6-5 BRANDYWINE 2F N/S needed to share mf 2bdr/ilba, fully Turn. pool, SI70/mo a 1/3 ui1 near UF 373-0024 4 27-6 5 F N/S quiet A compulsively clean Own room 3/2 1/2 townhouse Casablanca East $185/mo Jennifer 374-9942 4 27 6-5 Oxford Manor $150/mo Summer A, ,C Own FM arnd bath unfurn 335-6336 4-27 5 5 N/S F to share a 2bdrl be ap, May Aug own bdr quiet area, SIHIsmo .U 2 util Rent nag 335 3745 4-27-5 5 Oxford Manor, need I or 2 rmml. /4 8/IS, turn mastarbdv 2br/2ba.,$200/mo uIF Let's ng 373-2406 4-27-5-5 HUGE rmn in victorlar baunted mansion avail May I nag rent InC iill Laura 377 1527 days 373-9704 eves v msg 4-27 5-5 F ns serious student, private bd in nice older home. central Mc, Sbks from Ur $165 + share aill 379-5897 or 378-1292 4-27 1 S **BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** Walk to UF, need I or 2 M tor 21r/292 Cando Luxurious, completely turn, maid service, dishwesh, wahidry,. micro Great view Call Dave 375-4541 REPOSSESSED VA $ HUD HOMES avaiLable from government tran $1 wilhaul crodi check You repAr ALSO la delinquefi foreclosures CALL 1 805 682 7L5 EXT H 2004 1r repo list your area call days a weak) ROOMMATES Own Room in 3br house 5 min waix ao campus Summer A I or C M/F is pre terred t4oMi.o 1/3 util Call Now 3/3 5190 4 Tr 5 5 Frn/sroshare 2bdibaapl, turn 140mo .1/2 ut Needed as soon as osaibe Call Lisa 335 4230 TV mso 4 27 5 5 POLOS I need m I To sublease own room in2hdri2ba furr api enc is nog starting Summer A Please call Mike at 335 S218 4 27 5 S *Need nea F N/S to share 3Dapt lor summer a Own 6D share bath S58/month 113 utilizes rwo great room ies 375 6060 4 27 5 5 I BDORM in 2b/Olb apt close to campus $165 1/2 uh you keep my deposit 5/i 8 w/ dpi TO renlw call 373 5294 1or m1re info 4 2 5 5 F rmmt wanted to share 3bdr/2ba four room in Regency Oaks $150/m .1,3 un1 Laura 372 2867 4 5 5 ars M/F to, summer $101 25,mo waking distance 1o UF, 2bd/l1 1h2a bchs, poEs ok Call Beth 376 5586 4 27 5 5 OAK FORE ST F n/s rnr own twn mstr bdr w'privato ba and calcory, summer avail May 1 $240/ma 1/2 ull call 335 6770 4 27 4 5 Own bedroom and bath summer C March wood 2 -tory 3bdr turn exc bdr poolside very nice $200/mo Call Dan 335 5351 4 27 4 S 1BR availlate Apr or May 1 Large house washer/dryer central air & heal $200/mo a 13util Preler crealivsarti SIorprgres ive politics or grad *ludent Call 370 4715 4 274 5 **LUXURIOUS OASIBROOK WALK** Brand now. completely turn, wark to UF, 1 or 2 F ,mmts for 29r/2la condo lot summer ilar all European MAlch Wmicro, wash/dry, maid eervice, scHt, much more Call Gent. 37i-4541 4 27-4 5 Ineed 2 [mints for lallfsprmali Haw ViIIl 3bd/2ba $t74-mal bdr own be $158 own bdr share be Jennier 395 0559 4 27 4 5 Grad alio Ihe tal and need a F/NS roommate to stare an apartment ith Grnmracall ELAINA 3360117 4 27 4 Need N/S F 1o share room/ba $160/mo & T/4 unl Oxford Manor Call 372 6924 4 27 4 5 Own room Summer A in 24d/ ba apt close to campus Fully lurrlished suit graduate student $150 9 T/2 June utililies (rho rest paid) Call 330 1058 4 27 4 5 Mature Ts for GREAT house inquiet NW Clean, turn 3bdr-c/air,wash, more'$t75 & 1/3utl 2mo UF Call Karen 374 9297 4-27 4 I -ROOMMATES DUCKPOND hsi dis MI/F o Share apt very roomy great frc' You 11 love 1i $1 /5inmo 11 4129 tor more info 4 27 4 5 S250mo Rockwood Fem roommate(s) or ur,,m Master hr and study Dos allowed Tracy 335 4736 4 27 4 5 LIBERAL n/a m i needed Summer C own furnnonturn Odr it Homestead ApI $172 Simo & 2 ulIs Call 336 4q59 Wil 4 274 5 The Card rsi I' ,mrn 'or M Aug turr own bdr/ba In 2/2 1/2 wnhse UF/SFCC entri located Call Mindy 332 3896 4 27 45 HAWAIIANVI.LAGn fodhrminmtortall n 2bdr/4ha apt overlookng pond 336 9478 4 27 4 5 ********** *** ***** ***** OXFORD MANOR mFt 3b/3b LUXURY APT (Many FErest Forn/Upstr me ONLY $165mo Sum C CALL 377 2970 ivl rSg 4 27 4 5 FM Pml own rim 312 house lirepi hdd Iloors spacious very ned 2 bAks N of 'om1e $158 33no S util Summer wi tail option 378 1081 4 27 4 5 F mimi IBR ,n 3BR apt summer C $186 Spacious pool cou -s, May rent free Call Jure Lv mag 378 6591 4 27 3 5 WALK TO CAMPUS 2bdr's avai IT nice 4bdr house next to law school $1 75/mo & Uhl 5/i to / i Mike 375 0251 4 27 3 5 1 BLK FRM UF, rrm for house no pets n/s Cush for sum rent S175/mo of $125mo I share rm & util Call 373 1242 4 27 3 5 Roommate needed 1o share 3badrm api at Vrzcsya /2 mile lrom UF $150/mo & 1/3 utl Own room avail begin of May July, great for summer A Call 371 9868 4 27 3 5 Fun, responsible fem roommate needed for own room in part furn apt for summer $155/monthi & 1/2 until 336-6802 4 27 3 5 OuFord Manor greal location ull/urn F rr needed Fall90 Must he stud I neat, resp nonsmoker 2ndr $247/mo Call Go 377 1792 4 27 3-5 Oxford Manor F/NS own bdba For surner Rent Negotiable Call JoAnn 371 2096 1 27 3 5 N'S tor own room in 3br SW house w/d, garage, fenced y airiheat dishwasher 5min to UF/Shands, $135 A 1/3 util 3361914 4 27 3 5 SPYGLASS I rent wanted to share 3bd/3ba beginning Fall 336 9506 leave mess 4 2735 Ventura Apt Sublet for summer I bdr Central hr/ac no sec/dep May Aug, $275/mo Call & leave message 3384016 4 27 3 5 Pref/F For Master dr an 2bd,/2hih api at Regency Oaks Near campus, 1/2 ui), tennis court pool Call Amy 372 7627 4 "7 3 5 Priced 0o Renti 2 N/S rmmts wanted to share 4bdr/2ba apt W/ friendly roomIes Walk to UF w/d central Mc, avail May July, $125/moa& IA util 371-9353 4 27 3-5 M N/S omm needed For hdr w/ cable & phone in NW home $230 covers all, w/ wsdry I at 1/2 me free 371 7703 4-27 3 5 U/F N/S rmmt to share 2bd/l Sba apt in French Ouarter for summer Free turn availl it needed $135/mo & ail 371-2316 4-27 3-5 Rockwood Villas MINS, maslerbdr, A Oath fully turn nice anetnes. avail May I for serious atudnl. $210 A 1/3 uil 336 8219 4-27-3-5 Share Woodland Vila for summer A, entire upstairs ia yours (bath 9 Mye room$) 240fmo A 112 uR 332 3436 4-27-3-S *$iS'pmo* Polos A 1/2 util Own bed/barh, w/d, all the other extras W tosum ;r cortdnira 337736 4-27 35 Classifleds. Continued on next page. Work For The Census And Help Every American Count The U S. Census Burau 5 hing cenn takers for the 1990 Census Your elktt n this vital task could helpscomnkte to national and local improvement while IOnirng new skills for yougl You'll work in an an chose to home. checking mailhng addresses, delverng mtisonatres, anductig otmhe-spt mterviews, The job will last frum ta." to eight weeks, the hours aretexible, and the pay sc npettive. lfyol are at let oi yeas old, or a high school seiori conbct the Gmannv& Dkict Office (904) 338-6156. And if you are bilingal, there may be me social opnTunesL opentoyu. An equal opportunity employer *CENSUS '90 It Pays To Get TherFacts

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APRIl !/ Pre) HELP WANTED EARN $35 Im vrk ni new donors for 2 ,l i ons or our now au'omatod mi hines Special bonus Programs each -,anth Fire refreshments free parking L perined Stlt serving you since Tol Call or slop by Gainesville plasma 738 SW 4th Ave 370 943t Moen Fri 8 7 Sat a 2 4 30 7 1 i Studentrnrse or RN needed this sdmr to work at a Christian camp for girls June 22 Thru Aug II canoe trips horSObacs and many other outdoor sports Call 935 0863 evenings 4 277 13 College Wtor Study Job immer C relephone Survey Lvenirts $5 00 In 392 01 /1 Kr 4 30pm flaymond Martha Vas 4 2<7 '13 JHe [) Prooir ding Fler n* hour; Apo y 5 'no >W 311 t N1101 Hio ir d A ,sOr i -S 4 /7 6 13 Tj can oL w-n 1Io a ar""in NI19' 10, 0 w-lIiQ t, qn it 11v llf i~ i n. 9 v -on s it an y r inces P, q Anne wor, 176 5 Hi eves 1111 1 5 ,1 Now hrnrrg d shashe's expe'rpnced cooks & experienced wait people ARply between 3pm 5pm No phone calls aran s lt?OWUnvAve 4 27 5 13 Telephone Sales no experience necls Sdry students and nonstudents welcome Pros wecomi also greal pay liexible nours call3'? 1476 427 5 13 SUMMER JOBS Great pay 3 hrs college cr A Tird our nw IBM Upiohn P&G and others hire ou studer1s on graduar or For Oier ,e caln 3/ OS91 SW CO 4 27 A 11 The Division at Rousing Offio for Staff and Student Development Is looking for a Program Asistanl'Grphics Art. et fr I5-20 hrs/wk paying $380 p r hr Position begins Summer A Applic.lions svallable at the Housing Oflce Application deadline Is April 27th For more information contact Kathy Smith at 392-2161 4 p7 4 T3 TAMPA GAY RESIDENTS Goint home for the summer and looking forward to the beachil Have it all4 Sun' Funi $$$I' HIs summer h ave fun and earn money at Tampa s #t College club CC0 THE NEW GENERATION Now hi, ng UF barlenders waitresses doormen bartacMs Dis and cooks Apply in er son at 1512 E Fielcher of call $13-977 0539 IAsk For Harry) 4 27 4 13 Needed for active document product-on department Requires proficiency in for matting and revising technical Text and tables in Word Perfect 4 2 5 0 and LcUS 60cwpm fl10Ible weekday hours from 8 00am to 2 30pm wilt occasional week end work Ex celent salary (and benefits at 32 imrsjjwkt Send resume toTY Franklin Word Processing Supervisor KBN Engineering and Applied Sciences. Inc 1034 NW 57th St Gamiesvrjle FL 32605 4 27 4 13 Great Opportunity for sludernt who Loves kids Professional couple seeks student for babysittg and light housework Part time Warm friendly environ Near UF $4;hr Need own car Apply al Florida Bookstore 1614 W Univ Ave 4 27 3 13 HELP WANTED for Sat 28, Sun 29, 8 Mon 30. 10 hir/day $4 50/hr CASH, for heavy moving on campus Call 371 6321 4 27 3-13 Lifeguards & swim ianstuctors for YMCA No experience necessary position avail ableirmediately 376 7172formoreinfo 4 273 13 Childcarehouse cleaning for faculty fare ily Hrs flex, need car, good GPA $4,hr Call 373-4484 4272 T3 erm stud responsible mature, to care lor 9 yr old girl in my home near camp own car some It cooking, errands 15-20 rawk axc pay references required Call Linda 371-9684 4-27 2-13 PREPCOOK, Full Or part time Experi fence necessary Apply 2-4pm Mon-Fro SNUFFY s 1017 W Univ Ave 4-27 2-13 EXECUTIVE FILE CLE RK Part-Time. 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"C N' SAVE KIDS EVERY DAY UJNCH -2 6 11 1 AM 4PM3 50 Yes YRS. = 6111 N. 8th Ave. 300 S.W. 16th Ave. SIIONEYh '/ z DAME from 0ra90 24 MYERS SERVICE CENTER Oil and Fiter $1l. M Inecr Tallps [ 4-cyhnder $24.16 I I 6 Cyi'nder 528.74 I IhimEmes .y ow i SELL TIRES 06 1 N F 311 A 3411 N tanTar 371415 fr J M-F 7 30-6 & WILD MIR Hair $5 cut Mon-Sat 10-60pm Gain' Pli, 131l, a Univ I was there last tall When [lit WAillsbegin totrumblearoundm mu Coaches and albletes were drol, ping like fies, aid the very exiv tence of l'F ath lel s was threatened here were days when I toul(d feel my santy slipping away But I fought back There would be a better day, I told myself I was wrong Many of my stories Inlamed aihl le i admmiistralors and ceiah I KIDAY.AIIUL 27, 99 Alfu(.AbOR, 21 Far sunW Bil Arnsparger got a Illl ('II icdet litrltl]r at times henI epor[td tltt iti, hard ho shoveled lly way Again, is ved But doii get me wrong Ihere w( I good tones, too I ike when and then there was oh, the hell with i Phert weren't any oi tIlls dai beat I he ,ames Dame Mike Dame And I'm finally graduIIIng rm this iniv'ersty [Itadik Godi No n, contribute to this report Jecraue Im good Damn good -Find someone special. Advertise in The Alligator clossiffiods 373-FIND Coming This Fall A NEW SORORITY Opportunity Introducing the Gator Now Servjn Laid 5DaPA Wrk& M Bq5 5Pigets! WEME BUFFET Mmay thr Friday U-30amtno fl0pin SUPPER SFFEK Sunday thrn Thlmnly 6:OD pl to 8.00 pl "ERl70y a e diictol Of frM, t =M1 iii &adtaf, 2" PizzaTM V B .et SaW 34th Street 376Z3334 SCALE DOWN WfTH SHONEY'S LIGHTSIDILJINtI ERS. -(le if e-,-"0 .3wi Shney'sLightS dinners can definitely scale down the pounds. There's a wide varty to choose from,inuding ch shrinp baked fish and more. Each one is under 500 calories and includes a il a1den salad prep at Sknyssoup, Salad and Fruit Bar with lowdressings. After one ous bilerys LightSide dinners, you'll never feel better about eating light. 4 s

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Men, women netters at SEC Tournament By GUERRY SMITH Alligator Writer If [he UF meds teiims tean is to make [he 20 team NCAA Tour nament field, it must beat No II Inisana State in the firq round of the Southeastern Conference tournament today in Knoxville, I-enn i is agreed lhe ask will be ditficult for CIn, G(tors (17-8 overall and 45 in the F') -I 11 beal them 5 I Wednesday at the samn. slel Although is notranked the (q) 25, the Tournameni selection committee uises its own riteri to li k teamn One vni onr over a rIaked team may or enough to qualify the Gators for the champ'onships At least five SEC teams -Ten nessee, Georgia, ISU, Alabama and Auburn -will play in the NCAAs Meanwhile, the lady Gapors will b in Ihe S( sat ,crkville, Miss, where he t an avenge in earlier lo to Ceorgri It was their only defeat in II years or SEC tompeti[on In addition, they can recap lure the title the Lady Bulldogs look from them in 1989 when the SEC tournament did riot have a dual-rath formal Although both teams have to win two matches [o reach the finais their meeting is almost cer lain Georgia, ranked in a tie for fourth nationally, caused through he SEC with a 9-0 record Combend, the two ears have seven players ranked in the top 30. the rest of he SEL has none With UF host to the NCAA Championships a week after the S[,C Tournament, Coach Andy Brandi dismissed as irrelevant the possibility the team will expend an excessive amount of emotional energy trying to beat Georgia --4. 1 44 MR 3i 04 D"hOri S30M Hard DrM* 8 5113 A Morwonrom. Monitor *VGA Garitnts *CawrDOm'sSor 8undo. alo4S2vaj UP Pios "For Maom and an W-T To IM Son --tt. Mar yw, %r Is "g Omit IV Serras Ha4' 00khore 0 r' Tht pnti INA NV? Mode ) 2U1 SYini In wMUNom thn de "10 IN* taihr E Md Carer hous S* hNN, Noa Vir oyns raw orn oj bumuinas 4f to ork W.l r, mi.d unflint Prull Sofln tifldIS idd Mkrofr MWa. to gINS you N lly of drn. dib"s and (904) 3 .1-6326 -la MM DON'T LEAVE W TOWN WITHOUT TI Ei a 2310 S.W. Archer Ad. (nmr Shanda Hospial) 371-1734 1921 N. Mai S 371-695B U.S. 441 N.W. 53rd An. (nindIOSPRIINAtllom) 373-0338 No AppSS MRAhemI q Op.A U-F Iam.pm 4 Sam-5pm 0=. L -------------J

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I RIDAY.AIl 2 J7.i9A9, UGrR, 23 Alachua General Hospital proudly sponsors A special tribute to all area nurses and nursing students Nurses Appreciation Reception Monday May 7 1990 Ayers Medical Plaza Atrium 720 SW 2nd Avenue l' Gainesville 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. ALACHUA GENERAL HOSPITAL Tennessee up next for UF baseball team By ALEX MARVEZ Alligator Wite( Entering last weekend's SoUh I I eastern Conference series against Georgia, it appeared the clumping UF baseball team was quickly Giding out of contenton for an SEC playoff spot But after winning one of three games on the road against the SEC-leading Bulldogs (14-4 in the conference) and playing well in a 2-0 lossWednesday at Central Flor ida, the Gators have a chance to rebound back into the SEC race this weekend when they play host to a thre-ganme series against Fen nessee at Perry Field UF (22-25) is seventh in the conference with a 6-9 mark ne Volunteers (22-23) are tied for eighth with Alabama (5-10) at 612 The top six teams qualify for the SEC tournament, which begins May 17 in Birmingham, Ala JF's [odd McCray and Doug Fllnil dre probably 'tarlers for Sati day' S p n douibheheader Mc( ray has beeii Used prfmarily in relhet this season, only starting three of 18 games le is 5-2 with a4 39E^RA and 36 sirkeouts in 39 inigs Brennan, d freshman, was voted [he SEC Putcher of the Week after the Gators' 4-2 victory last Sunday over Georgia that snapped the Bulldogs 23-game home-winning streak Brennan (4-2, 2 70 ERA) allowed one run and four hits over seven innings for the victory Cord Corbi, who allowed only two h its in 5 1/ I innings in Wednesday's loss to UCF, or Brent Stuart will probably MIir Sunday's 1 30 pm. game Corbitt is 3-4 with a4 88 ERA, and Stuart is 5-3 with a 1 72 ERA. Tennessee has not announced a rotation for this weekend's series, Offensively, the Volunteers are led by Danny Ramirez (348. 29 stolen bases) F LEARN ABOUT AIDS -call (904) 372-4370 it w *1 C A LI Sioiesvilre sharks check out The Affigator for eating places. Ct I]t 1WD BlIR* ft ERIC CURL Sb* SURE CURL I45 IS OVER $20* r *ll I* 31 N ** * AS a SALE 2 cin U.B. Gater says, A 5% Off any single Gator Item in stock! University Book 1227 West University Avenue and Supply Gainesville, Florida 32601 SALE! 3771788 S FAST CASH FOR BOOKS "Check out our remote buyback locations at SFCC and on Archer Rd." OPEN Saturday 8 a.m. -9 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. -6 p.m. Monday thru Thursday nights until 9 p.m. 4 -S S 11ML ImW

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21 AIIJ.AfR)RIi I RItDAY, AlR SPORTS Think about it: Just use your heads, folks Today olomn I/-fh th-thats all folks Some of yoi Will be saddened Sone oI you will be happy No matter lttq explain in, is the thal edition of /ht Allralor this Semester oi in all ,robablias Ihis is he ls tdioiof LOT( Ick w E ~ver L-* /a mn I),? pig LEF FIELD We re )AITTg shop aid II I' If Ii Ol! to thi 'il world. they ,u 5 os ing outt o Bat you ,IN son're not sai(iidP You Say vou wani more-OK One nore colunn for old ume's sake It's (ra/y fasons Discount Warehouse News items s) low we're INSAAAAANE', Quicker thIm you Fan say the nme of baseball liaver Dave 'Purple Mouniais Ma ski, l-i's ,t .Ioit 0eli 's ves i d IIm ve e i T 11 l lu I Ie (ilen FaIl w:Is ghiltv of breaking INAA Fis k I IId Is that It wasn't that bi g .a ViolaLitiini, haugh -.ivm'g, his coaches mon-v (itt1 of Ills 'IL~ po Iket) '0 11i-l1) Intu, s1Pti llurni Ot-eIr idl (apaches like Barry Switzer ani Art Parseghian Idov hey did the samte thing thev wirntit forced Sresign ill