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U wt Willis murder case



front. The car's headlights are set wide apart
By MIKE BRUSCELL
and close to the ground.
Alligator Writer
Willis, a Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity mem-
Although Gainesville police released a ber, was murdered early Wednesday morn
more detailed description of the ing on the 1900 block of NW
suspected murderer of UF First Avenue behind his frater-
graduate Ronald Worth Willis nity house during an argumentwith
Friday, the calls they received the suspect. The assailant
during the weekend haven't led shot Willis in the face from an
to an arrest, police said. estimated 2 to 3 feet away, then
"We've gotten some calls and drove off. Willis died at Alachua
t we're encouraged by that," w General Hospital later that
spokeswoman Lt.Sadie Darnell t" +i morning.
said. "It's better than nothing at Joel Thompkins, a cook at
all." f Balls Oyster & Wing Bar, said
The suspect is described as Wednesday that he saw Willis
a young, light-skinned black w there Tuesday night, but didn't
male in his late teens to early notice him get into any argu-
20s, approximately 6 feet tall Suspectand ments.

71. weighing 250 pounds witha Darnell said it is unlikely Willis
roll of fat around his stomach and large, was followed by the suspects to Northwest
non-muscular arms. He wore a gold earringin First Avenue.
his left ear,and has a gold front tooth and
visible decay of his other front teeth. He also "We have the impression he (the suspect)
a might have a mustache, Darnell said. There appeared suddenly," Darnell said.

was no description of his companion.The Police are asking anyone with information
car is described as large and dark-ol- about the murder to call Gainesville police
ored, with a large amount of chrome on the Detective Chuck Jempson at 374-2456.


Roe ruling remembered I


Opponents supporters mark 17th anniversary '
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By DEBBIE CENZIPER "Roe vs. Wade is the foundation of freedom
for women in America," she said.
Alligator Writer
In 1973, the Supreme Court limited the
Few anniversaries stir as much emotionas powers of state governments by ruling that
the landmark Roe vs. Wad ruling of 1973. the decision to have an abortion during the

Seventeen years after'the Supreme Court first three months of pregnancy rested solely
ruled in favor of granting states the right to with the woman and her doctor.
legalize abortions, pro-choice activists and "Women didn't want the government in
anti-abortionists around the country are com- their bedrooms anymore," Burnell said.
t memorating the decision and looking aheadto A 1989 national poll of more than 200,000
future battles. college freshmen revealed an increase in
Both sides stepped up their efforts last July support for legalized abortion six months
when the Supreme Court gave states the after the Supreme Court returned powers to
right to enact legislation restricting abortionin state governments.
Webster vs. Reproductive Health Services. Support for legalized abortion had re-
PHOTOS BY SUZETTE COOK- ALLIGATOR
Don't rock the boat Florida became. the first state to consider mained stable at about 56 percent since 1977,
restrictions. but jumped to 64.7 percent in 1989.
Members of the Delta Upsilon fraternity took third place In the Rock
"Everyone was upset about it,"said Donna "An abrupt change in student attitudes of
held the UF vs. Kentucky swim meet Saturday
Raft contest during
the Burnell, director of Gainesville, Women's this' magnitude in just one year is most
night. The object of the contest was to see how many fraternity Health Center and pro-choice activist. The unusual," said Alexander Astin, a UCLA ed-
members could swim to the raft and balance on it within two minutes. average person really came out of the wood
Abortion, 14
see page
work to publicly support us.


I Turner back on suspension at Sandeen's requestBy I

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faire loss to Mississippi State Saturday, suspended with Turner for their but they do involve more than one
MIKE DAME involvement in a disturbance at a student."
Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt "In this recent case involving UF
and RON KASPRISKE UF fraternity party last week. Sandeen's request goes against
the
Sandeen said Sunday night he basketball requested playersbe
Alligator Staff WriterSA made the unusual request in a Fri- withheld until matters can be Schintzius may face a misdemeanor Student Judicial Affairs policy,
day meeting with Athletic DirectorBill resolved with Student Judicial Affairs charge,State Attorney Len which states that only in extreme
UF administrator requested Amsparger and Student Ser- ," Sandeen said. "Charges are Register said, but Turner is not cases can students be withheld
that UF basketball player Tim vices Dean James Scott. pending against students in this involved in criminal proceedings.When from athletic activities.
Turner be placed back on suspen- particular case so I asked that the Scott said Student Judicial Affairs
sion Friday after a brief reinstate- Interim UF basketball coach basketball coach resuspend him. asked why Turner had to has limited power in with-
ment, despite school policy that Don DeVoe had reinstated Turner. be placed back on suspension even holding athletes from
states students may participate in Friday morning,but received word The only criminal charges that though he isn't facing criminal participating until they meet with

athletics. until found guilty ofjUprges from Amsparger late that night to are pending are against center charges, Sandeen replied: "I cannot See Suspension, page 11II
by Student .Judicial Afr resuspend him before the Gators' Dwayne Schintzius! who also,was comment. on specific charges. ,
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Pipe bomb found in fraternity house after they received the most votes for treasurer and .tJ Y ..i:: ".. t. )
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Reed Lee, the students' attorney, said Heaton ,
after they found a pipe bomb in the fraternity's house,
the Florida Flambeau reported. Kurth's freedoms of speech and association rights

Police arrested Jerry C. Clullins, a former FSU were infringed upon. ENGINEERS
student who attends Tallahassee Community College State and federal constitutions permit people to 04111.; 40

after finding an armed six-inch pipe bomb in his associate for political reasons and prohibit laws from
room. The fraternity president had called FSU law infringing upon that right. However, University attorney OVERSEASDON'TI
Fred Heinrich said Lee must prove SGA is
enforcement officials to tell them a member had gunsin
the house. TCC student David L. Stanford II was "separate and apart" from the University. }

charged with making an explosive device. Q Smoking banned on campusA wi>t

TCC's spokesperson Jim Nash said if they are new policy prohibiting smoking in university- wear a suit and tie

convicted, they could face probation, suspension for owned buildings will go into effect Feb. 1 at the shuffle papers and answer
an undetermined length of time, dismissal from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in an effort to phones

college or permanent expulsion. "maintain a safe and healthful environment," the tit at a desk all day 21

.J Disqualification challengedA Daily Nexus reported.

lawsuit seeking to reverse the disqualification of UCSB will adopt a no-smoking policy for all indoor

two University of Illinois students from last spring's buildings, except in designated residential areas or
student government elections could determine outdoors. The University's current smoking policy

whether that association is a state body, The Daily allows smoking in some indoor areas but gives non- :: .

Illini reported. smokers priority in situations with both smokers and DO ./A1V'I+.i: ; ';;<:'1.:: .;..>0,1'; ')., ....
Seniors Greg Kurth and J,B. Heaton filed the suit non-smokers. :\ -' '\'''f. ''
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WHAT'!5 HAPPENINGmanaging charge

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It's a jungle: Recent graduateswill Florida's environmental Building Room E222,tonight at 7:30.: face many challengesbear

speak on "surviving the corporate problems today at 4 in room C1-4 Call the ACM office, 335-8027. heavy responsibility ; ;
jungle" at the Women and Communicore, J. Hillis Miller Better technique: Macy's, J.C. work long hours : 'ti
Minorities' Forum today at 2:30: in Health Center. Call 392MAKE. Penny and the Electronic Boutiquewill operate sophisticated elec-
the Reitz Union Auditorium. Call NAACP: The Gator Chapter of the present an interviewing techniques tronic equipment "
3921601. NAACP will meet today at 6 in Reitz workshop in Reitz Union rooms
Sellers prepare: The Retail Internship Union Room 346. Officer electionswill 346 and 347 tonight at 9:30: and record Information on oil and 0, ;
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I Police, students in altercation


By MIKE BRUSCELL who was on foot patrol, did not burg grabbed her left arm, then
Alligator Writer require medical treatment. held both her arms behind her V -a1y.
Gamble, a liberal arts and sci- back. Saper, who had left to get
Although UF police say a traffic ences graduate student who friends, ran back when she
stop near Tigert Hall Thurs- teaches English, said she never screamed, Gamble said.
day night turned into a fight scratched Mossburg. Saper said he stepped be-
between an officer and two UF Mossburg stopped Gamble tween Gamble and Mossburg be-
students, one of the students in- between Tigert Hall and UFs cause she said Mossburg was
volved said she was just tryingto main entrance at about 9:40: p.m., hurting her, but did not hit him
leave the scene: after she rode her bicycle past a in the collarbone. Mossburg's
Lesley S. Gamble, 32, 318 NE stop sign without stopping.As he glasses fell off when he bumpedinto
Second Ave., and Craig J. Saper, was preparing to write Gamble a them, Saper said.
29, 420 NE Fifth St., were ar- ticket, she said she couldn't af- "All I did was intervene to sep-
rested shortly after 9:40: p.m. for ford to pay the ticket,and started arate them," he said.
attacking a UF police officer who riding away, Tipton said. Both students were arrested
was writing Gamble a ticket, police Mossburg grabbed the after other police officers ar- .J x
spokeswoman Angie Tipton bicycle's handlebars when Saper rived, and were released from
said.Gamble arrived on foot and pushed the the Alachua County jail Friday
and Saper began officer away. Gamble threw the afternoon.If .
fighting with UF police Officer bicycle down and tried to walk Gamble or Saper are found
Steve Mossburg after he tried to away. When Mossburg stoppedher guilty of battery of a law enforce- SUZETTE COOK- ALLIGATOR
write the woman a ticket for not the fight began, Tipton said. ment officer a third degree Al Krause, UF solid waste coordinator, wraps up pallets of phone
having a bicycle headlight, Gamble did not remember felony -they could go to jail for books collected on campus over the past week for the recycling
Tipton said. Saper pushing Mossburg, but up to five years. Gamble said she program.
"She raked her nails across said she did try to leave; was unsure whether she'd file a Officials with resultsof
the police officer's face and "I said repeatedly, 'I'm tired. complaint against Mossburg, pleased
knocked his glasses off, and he I'm getting upset. I'm going but said she plans on denyingthe
hit the officer across the collar- home,"* Gamble said. As she charges in court. phone book recycling driveBy
bone," Tipton said. Mossburg, walked away,Gamble said Moss- "It wasn't battery," she said.
cities and counties. They then will
fi Vision party faces charges fine Alligator NICOLE Writer SNEED be sent to Venezuela, where they
will be shredded to make insula-
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week. UF students and faculty let their tion for homes and businesses,
ByJUDYA.PLUNKETT "I never really thought 'support' meant vote," fingers do the collecting last week Krause said.Student .
J Alligator Staff Writer Browne said. "I thought 'support' meant workingon during the first campus phone Government recycling
Student Government elections are three weeks the party." book recycling{ drive. Students coordinator Tad Delegal said he
away, but the Vision party already faces chargesof Crowley also filed a complaint against Vision for dropped off their 1989 phone was impressed that Environmental
two campaign violations and a possi- an advertisement the party placed in The books at one of four tables or sev- Action Group members, SG candi-
ble $100 fine. Alligator Wednesday that asked students eral area boxes and dumpsters located dates and UF faculty turned out
Vision party presidential candidate s Michael Browne said he saw nothing filed the complaint because it violated "We basically started out with a truck.
wrong with having Kevin Mayeux ansing el ections three election rules. All ads must be goal of 20,000 phone books, and it "Some of the physical plant administrators
nounce his vice-presidential cleared through him,but this one wasn't. looks like we've met it," said Al put in their own time,"
during Tuesday night's Student Senate 19,! O The ad also does not have"Paid Political Krause, UF solid waste coordina Delegal said. "It was tough work.
meeting. Advertisement" at the bottom, and tor.The university community dida I'm still sore from it."
But at the meeting,Mayeux also asked senatorsand Crowley said it is campaign material. fantastic job." Heather Weiner, recycling
observers to support the Vision party, a move Vision party spokesman Marna Weston said the Students and faculty members chairwoman for EAG, was sur-
j Elections Supervisor Tim Crowley said constitutes first two violations happened because students loaded the books onto a semitractor prised to find that many participants
campaigning- a definite mistake before Feb. 5. unfamiliar with election rules had placed the ad trailer Friday and Saturday.The didn't know they would '
without his knowledge.He books were delivered to Jack- receive a coupon for a free Coke
Crowley said he filed a complaint against Vision sonville,where they will be consol-
with the Elections Commission and commissioners said the party will stand behind its. ad, but idated with other books from other see Recycle, page 15
will hear the party's comments sometime this the mistake will not happen again.

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14 guerilla fighters killed in Peru

THE BIKE ROUTE
LIMA, Peru (UPI) Fourteen guerilla fighterswere three semi-automatic weapons, two grenades and am-
killed in recent days,bringing to 225 the numberof munition, the report said.
people killed in Peru in anti-government fighting The report did not specify which of the country's CHECK IT OUT
between leftists and government forces since the rebel forces was responsible for the attacks.
beginning of January, a report released Sunday said. More than 17,500 people have died in fighting
Police and army forces reportedly killed the rebels between the government and Peru's two major ter-
during three clashes in two mountainous Andean rorist groups, the Maoist group Shining Path and the
departments,a statement from the Ministry of Interior Revolutionary Movement Tupac Amaru, since they
said. It did not say when the attacks occurred. began their attacks 10 years ago.
The statement reported no military or police casual- The groups have confined much of their activity to
ties in the mountain skirmishes fought in the Provinceof the Andean areas,attacking government buildings and
Tarma, 105 miles northeast of Lima, and in the police stations, slaughtering mountain villagers ac-
Province of Juliaca, near the Bolivian border. cused of harboring informants and occasionally killing
According to the statement, the leftist groups were vacationing tourists.
heavily armed. In one attack some 30 guerillas battled Since Jan. 1, 1990, the attacks have averaged 15
police from the collective farm company Sais Sol- casualties per day.
locota, in the department of Puno near the Bolivian One government official said he expects that num- Ribs
border, 500 miles southeast of Lima. ber to grow as general elections, scheduled for April
During three hours of intense fighting, police killed 8, draw near.
four rebels, three men and one woman, armed with


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rejected a conditional surrender offer made by a drug have been active in the area.
cartel, extradited another drug suspect to face trial in The seizures of property occurred last Thursday, a
the United States, seized several properties near police spokesman said, but were not immediately
Bogota belonging to suspected Cali cartel member publicized on the chance that Orejuela might returnto
Gilberto Rodriguez Orejuela and raided a major narcotics one of his homes in Bogota. and App! '
laboratory. Orejuela, 51, is wanted in the United States on
Three carloads of gunmen drove onto the Villa charges of trafficking cocaine and money laundering.
Angelica ranch Saturday afternoon, tied up 10 men Among the seizures were three homes and three
and two women and shot them, police said. The apartments allegedly belonging to the reputed drug WORD Academic .QO
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investigation of the shooting, initially blamed on jumped to his death into Boston Harbor Jan.4 as police faculty, and staff only. UF I.D. required.8CAMPUS.
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MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1900, ALIJ GATOR. 5


Collectors display treasures 1


\II I r Annual event features traditional funny and bizarre itemsBy fl

I II I MICHELLE BROWN "It's a real monkey's skull,"Hudson : right side, an orange-haired clown

Alligator Writer said, holding up the brown, rotated on a white base, smiling a
speckled object. "It's trimmed in silent welcome.
w From the street, it looked like hand-worked silver.There are only Dally's oldest clown was madein
y
something was going on. three in the world and I have one. 1860. A French, wooden, hand-
t Vintage hot-rods decorated the It's from Tibet,where they worshipthe painted figure, it stands about 4-
sr entrance of the building. A long- monkeys with feasts.This skullis inches tall and was found at a flea
tl I haired preserver of the past stood worth $500." market. In fact, most of Dally's
outside explaining the purity of Doris Ijockward has been col- 800-piece collection was found in
Coca-Cola and Oreos.And streamsof lecting Teddy bears for 23 years. flea markets, including a few wind-
people passed through the glass Some of her furry toys are vintage, up clown toys made before World
f1i M doors, leading to the event inside. dating back to 1904. In her home, War II. Replicas of Ringling Bros.
j at c ri H } iu.Z s Once inside, they witnessed the they fill shelves, rooms, even an and Barnum & Bailey Circus
jI' r crazy, the traditional and the antique tub in a spare bathroom.At clowns are some of his more ex-

I'' funny. the exhibit, I ckward dis- pensive pieces, costing $80 each."I .
the 11th AnnualCollector's
During played both her bears and her rag belong to a school volunteer
at the Florida Mu-
I'I Day dolls. Although she began her doll program," Dally said to the small
of Natural
seum History, more
than collections collection only three years ago, crowd gathering around his table.
1,500 spectators saw
she has Raggedy Anns and Andys "When a teacher has a program
I saNE 4i ranging from the expected from 1915 and 1918 worth close to with clowns in it, I give a 15-minute
and coins to the bizarre
stamps "
$1,000. lecture on the history of them.
i barbed wire and orange-juicers.
Eighty-eight collections vied for "Last year, I brought my collection Even though it is 11-years-old,
I the crowd's attention Sunday after- of pull toys," Lockward said. Collector's Day still had the powerto
noon and almost every collectionhad "Our house is full of toys. My hus- awe and inspire first-time at-
I a history behind it. band collects them and so does my tender Mary Kitchens.

/ Victoria Hudson calls herself daughter. Children love to come 'The strangest exhibit was the
'The Monkey Lady." She began and visit." barbed wire and I loved the seals,"

#r! ss collecting monkeys in 1947 after For the liquor lover, there were Kitchens said. "I was surprised at
her grandfather died, and the only foreign and domestic beer bottles the number of things to collect!
i thing she took from his home wasa and Cartier crystal shot glasses.For don't collect anything, but now,
small brass monkey. the animal lover, there were after seeing all this, I definitely

Now she has so many monkeysthat Dachshunds, elephants, chickens, want to."
she stopped counting at 3,000. dolphins, frogs, whales, seals and correction
Stuffed monkeys, clock monkeys, cats. And for the circus lover, there
j jI earrings, plaques, carvings, towels were clowns including a man Campus Organized Against
jI I even gorilla bedroom slipperswere called Dilly Dally. Rape received $3,000 to sponsor
,I at the exhibit crammed Dally is a member of the Gaines- COAR week. The Alligator reported
precariously on a twoshelvedtable. ville Sunshine Clown Club and in otherwise on this page
I .t. Hudson had a stuffed mon his spare time, he collects clown Thursday. Two U.S. Army para-
SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR key that responded to sound and figurines. On the left side of his troopers from the 82nd Airborne
For the past nine years Thomas Olmsted has been showing off his one hanging around her neck. But exhibit table, a three-foot clown division were pictured on this page
collection of quintessential items. "They're things no one can her pride and joy was kept in a inflated and deflated, attracting Friday. A cutline in The Alligator
\ Improve on," he said. plastic jar. kindred circus-loving souls.On the identified them otherwise.


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heardWe


hear students complain about all kinds of things,
the least of which would make a great story. Things like

why Accent, the Student Government speakers bureau, al-
ways contracts convicted felons to speak here or why the
O'Connell Center work-out room isn't open more hours.

Well, believe it or not, you are partially to blame for
those problems. The people who make those decisionsare 4 r ,
your student leaders: the same people you blow off
every semester as immature or stupid for being con-
cerned about student life, and the same people who leave

UF to become governors and members of Congress.We .
know some of these honorable candidates are inter-

ested in padding their resumes but some really do care.
And it has to be your responsibility to find out who those

people are.Campus.
will be buzzing with political activity in about
4 4Judging
15 days when candidates for Student Senate and the top

three student offices start gearing up for Student Govern-
ment elections Feb. 14.

Joe Student hasn't heard much about the election ex-

cept for a few stories about new candidates and some of

their ideas. That's because candidates cannot start cam- by the color of your skin
paigning for their offices until nine days before elections, -

to keep students from being totally bombarded with A white student union. Now that's just what this
propaganda and to keep over-zealous candidates at bay. campus needs. ao Tom Loughran

But when all hell breaks loose next month, be on the For instance, it could help remedy the shameful S
lookout for candidates who are concerned about your under-representation of whites in the athletic pro- PEAKING OUTbeen
Or it could work to dispel some of those myths
needs. Like every politician, student politicos will be con- gram.
about white like that white victimized discrimination and collectivelyless
can'tdance. by
people people are
cerned about what tell them to be concerned about.
you Possibly, it could help out the growing numberof well off.Unfortunately.
They want to be elected so they take your causes as their unemployed whites suffering reverse discrimination ,Affirmative Action may only achieve
under Affirmative Action. forced tokenism and cause further racial tensions.
own.Take the next two weeks and figure out what's impor- Who knows, under the guiding light of the white But it may help break down racial barriers and erode
tant to you as a student. Decide what things really bother student union, white students of this campus may one the cycle of poverty entrapping many blacks.
you and what things need to be changed. And make a day arise to live and work free of racial stigma. The risk is justified.The .

point of telling the candidates when they are walking And then, maybe not. fact that Mark Wright has been threatenedisn't
around Turlington Hall with their placards. Chances are Maybe just maybe whites already are far surprising. Far too often, those striving to be
better off than other races. Maybe this could
campus heard violently dissenting voices that may
have about it and be oppose any
they might not thought you'll help- do without one more special interest group fightingfor rise
ing everyone if we can get one more issue on the agenda. its piece of the pie. up.
So, although I don't agree with his"solution," I do
Student senators the who decide if named after skin color.
are ones your Especially one Personally,
applaud Mark Wright for having the courage to get
group gets money to enter national competitions, go to a I dislike anyone who wears their race on their sleeve, involved and stir up issues he believes in.
seminar or bring in a speaker. They are in charge of whether they are white,black,Italian,Irish or Martian.As Interestingly, one of the most successful ethnic
for Affirmative Action, it to be
may
$4.3 million each appear
that
spending year money comes discrimination. This groups on campus has no student union or cultural
reverse seems obvious when of
from the $4.60 and Service Fee for each month
Activity you pay two equally qualified applicants, the one with black awareness of its own.
credit hour you take. Find the candidates who supportyou skin is to be hired as a result of the program. That's right, your teaching assistants and mine,
and vote for them. Otherwise, the candidates will be But this argument fails to recognize that race isn't the Orientals.
guessing when they have to decide what they think stu- the justification for the preferential treatment, but Hmmm. Maybe the less you worry about your skin
dents are concerned about.In rather the facts associated with that race. color, or your ancestors achievements, the more you
the past, the only group motivated enough to vote Skin color is no boon. Blacks are given special can concentrate on your own achievements.Tom .
treatment as a recognition that they are likely to have Loughran is a patriotic freshman.
was the Greeks. And, of course, you vote for who you
know so the Greek candidates were always getting I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
elected. The Greeks have always been criticized for
side of his fraternity after a night recently increased by six dollars a
Editorial failedto
voting as a block but at least they're voting.
out with friends. All of this news is semester to $46. Where is all that
The only way to let our student leaders know we aren'thappy mention crimesEditor sickening and distressing.I extra money going? I certainly
with the way they are handling things is to tell I am not a student and cannot don't see parking getting better!
them through voting. You don't have a right to complain : I was appalled by your Jan. speak for the student body, but in And another thing, what's with
unless you care enough to vote. Think about that the 18 editorial, an open letter to Presi- light of recent and reoccurring in- the Infirmary? I see it as one of the
next time you want to gripe. dent Lombardi, about what deeply cidents, how could parking possibly major ripoffs on this campus.An .
concerns UF students. be of greater concern than rape, Infirmary fee automaticallyis
Although parking is important, murder and racial tensions. added to our fees. And for what?
if parking is the "main thing" that Amy P. Ganwrdlnger In the 3 1/2 years that I have
alligatorManaging you'd like to see improved, this postdoctoral research associate attended this institution, IVe never
Editor' campus is in a sorrier state than I Parking health had a cost-free Infirmary visit.They
had imagined.On charge for everything!
Lucy Chabot
Editor Editor Tuesday The Alligator are big ripoffsEditor I wouldn't mind so much if what
Opinions reported the rape and abduction ofa they charged me for helped me get
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton sorority member.Wednesday,we : I'm writing because I'm sick better. But it never has.If .

Letters Policy read of a meeting of supporters ofa and tired of the crummy parking we,the students,get together,
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8.by.10 page). They should be white student union and the facilities on campus. I have had I know that changes would be
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name address and telephone opinions of those opposed to sucha enough! I have gotten so many park made.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer Shows Just cause. If you have any questions call group.Thursday,we learned thata ing tickets that I have lost track. Wallace
the editorial' page editor at 3784458. Wendy
UF graduate was murdered out- The price of the decal has 4EDI



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! MONDAY.JANUARY 22,1990 ALLIGATOR 7



; MORE OPINIONS


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I White student group inspires mixed reactionsLet's


it would be labeled discriminatory. As longas racist university, although it's far from true.
to the aid all
join fight one race continues to separate itself from Minority helps If you have regard for your country, your

not each other the general population there will always be students whitesEditor university and your college, I ask you to
system, inequality even reconsider your position on the question of

1 Editor: Why is there a Black History Month? I recognize people by their accomplishments : I begin with the assumption that Mark race and fairness at the University of Florida.
Because every month of the year, since the and personality, not by their color- Wright is well-meaning, that he simply wantsto Ralph L. Lowenstein
too bad others cannot feel the same. Dean, College of Journalism
Europeans set out to conquer and enslave the express his concern that all students get a
rest of the world, there has been white history Dennis Carroll fair shake.
( month. Gainesville However, I believe that he has moved to One union is enoughfor
Why is there an affirmative action pro- establish a white student union without fully
,I gram for African Americans and otherunder- White union is racism investigating the situation as it exists on this all UF studentsEditor
J represented groups? Because every day of campus.
. the year is an affirmative action program for based on ignoranceEditor Some 5 percent of the students at the : The white student union has the right
whites. University of Florida are black, while 14 idea, but the completely wrong approach.
The idea of having a white student unionis : Universities are supposed to be placesof percent of the Florida population is black.In Instead of whites forming an organizationto
deep-down racist. Don't be fooled just higher education where young adults mature other words, although 86 percent of the supply accusations to balance the accusa-
because they didn't wear white sheets to and grow, both intellectually and academically. state's population is non-black, they makeup tions made by another organization, namelythe
their first meeting.It Unfortunately, Mark Wright and the 31 other 95 percent of UF's enrollment. Black Student Union, they should forman
takes a lot less courage to blame black racists who are forming the white student union In order to make our university more organization that would provide a place
j people for your inability to get into college have not yet realized this. representative of the state's population, we where whites and anyone else can take an
t or law school, than to face up to the truth Yes, Mr.Wright,you and your supportersare have attempted to get private industry to active role in fighting racism.
about how this society is run by rich, racists. While it may be possible that provide a substantial number of minority After reading half the trash this paper
. white men for rich, white men. Even if you there is no malicious intent behind your scholarships. prints, one would tend to believe that BSU
have the white skin privilege and the male actions, you have demonstrated that you area If my college is any example,this massive promotes only unification among blacks and

privilege, if you're not rich, or at least upper- racist based on ignorance. campaign to get minority scholarships has anti-white sentiment.I
middle class, it's nearly impossible to pay Open your eyes and look at our country. generated five new scholarships for all students I believe The Alligator would print the
for college anymore.That's Yes, America is great. Yes, America is for every one scholarship for minority positive side of BSU if it were provided. On
not because a black person took strong. Yes, racism and inequality still exist. students. the other hand, if BSU is as negative as they

your place, it's because the Reagan administration I I
slashed college grants and
loans,while tuition and book costs have gone ."r
through the roof.
r t Low-and middle-income blacks are, as
usual, losing out much more than whites as -

a result of these cuts. '. .,
The American Council on Education just
released a report on Jan. 15,that says college
participation rates for low-income, white,
high-school graduates rose slightly to 38.8
percent in 1988 from 36.8 percent in 1976.
t Low-income, black high school graduateshad
their college participation rates fall
during the same period to 30.3 percent from
39.8 percent Middle-income blacks had a
similar drop to 36.2 percent from 52.7 per-

The government knows that if the students
got together and blamed the real
culprit, instead of blaming each other, they'dbe
forced to put more money in education.
Which would mean they'd have to stop
giving tax breaks to their big business bud
dies, giving exclusive contracts on useless

, weapons systems, bailing out the savings -"'.,;:-.'" .. I
4 loans the health of their I
and messing up VIET TOM DO
workers and destroying the environment.
wouldn'tget It may be hard for you to fathom, Mr. In short Mark, it is impossible to do appear to be, then maybe another organization -
that would
Of course fat mean donations.they Wright, but you represent the power in this anything for minority students at UF without is needed to fight racism.
so many campaign country. You are a white male, and along benefiting all our students. That is true of Whites have become apathetic about
Welcome to our dollar democracy. with other white males including myself society as well. racism because they think it is no longer a
Brown
Jenny 4LS -you are part of the group that controls all The average black student at UF comes problem. But racism is still here and as longas
legislative, judicial, economic, military and from a family that is rarely able to offer there are divisions between the races
Whites have the rightto civilian aspects of our society.If financial help. Many of the black students there will be problems.

truly feel have been slightedby that I see, work one or two jobs in additionto Maybe a second organization is neededfor
you you
organize a new unionEditor affirmative action, then seek a mature, financial aid in order to stay on this people to join together and tear down
non-bigoted answer. Write to your legis- campus. Their drop-out rate is double that the barriers between the races.
:What's wrong with allowing a peaceful lators or attend and speak at student govern- of white students,primarily because of finan- Thomas Marren
organization to attempt to prevent the exploitation ment meetings.Or cial problems. SEG
of the white ?
All they seem race to be asking for is equality.Is get to the heart of the matter-attend country Since the as first indentured blacks were servants brought in to 1619 this, Union is not racist, will
this not what Martin Luther King Jr.'s BSU meetings. Get to know them, and try
blacks have the short end of the stick.
gotten
messages were all about? to learn something of what it would be like be fair to racial issuesEditor
Cannot we find it in our hearts, Mark, to
is earned to live in society where are treated
Being treated equally an right, a you
make few minor sacrifices to
even a com : Members of the Black Student
not a natural gift bestowed upon those of a unequal in every respect.
pensate for those 350 years of systematic Union opposing a white student union -
certain color white, black or any color in Forming your group will not make things discrimination based solely on the color ofa unbelievable! But it was expected.The .

between.In better, Mr. Wright. It will only further open fellow American's skin? double standard in black/white rela-
the music industry there are award the chasm that divides our university and My other concern is the image you are tions is so bad. When whites decide to stand
which credit to performers of .
shows accomplishment give Blacks have our nation. projecting for our university and the Collegeof up for issues that are important to them,

exemplary been honored at the Grammys, American Form your union and you can consider Engineering, both of which have one of they are labeled racist.
Music Awards, MTV Music Awards and even yourself amongst an elite group of people the best records in the state for minority When blacks do so, they are labeled civil
the Country Music Awards. with members that include David Duke, the student recruitment. rights activists. The white student union will
How many white people have been Ku Klux Klan and Adolf Hitler. TScott You're attracting attention from those try to be fair in dealing with issues.

honored by the Black Music Awards? Needle whose motives are not as well-meaning as Mark Wright
If white people had White Music Awards 3JM yours, and word will go out that this is a white student union organizerI


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. .ALLIGATOR.MONDAY JANUARY 22. 19Su I


I Transfer program helps students adjust to life at UFBy I


KIMBERLY BURLEY "They as- "In past eral campus services and organizations,Wu
sume that years, all we've said.
Alligator Writer (transfer stu- It Traditionally, transfer students been able to put "We want transfers to meet these admin.

It's easy for transfer students to feel left dents) know all have hard time meeting other on is the Trans- istrators, so they'll know who these peopleare
out when they arrive at a university like UF, about the col- a fer Hook-up," ,"Wu said.
said Matt Bold, president of the Transfer lege experistudents their own age." said UF sopho- An informal reception in the Orange &
Activities Council. ence, that they more Shee-yee Brew Friday at 5 p.m. will give transfer
Transfer Appreciation Week, sponsoredby know every- Matt Bold Wu, a member students a chance to meet TRAC members.
the Campus Diplomats and TRAC,begins thing they need Transfer Activities Council president of Campus Dipto -
today to help transfer students adjust to UF know about 10mats. Traditionally, transfer students have a
and feel comfortable on a campus with more drop-add,regis- Wu said the hard time meeting other students their own
than 34,000 students.It tering for classes and getting around the week's main activity is "Lunch on the Run," age,and most of them live off-campus Bold
is the first week-long effort devoted to campus," he said. an informal invitation-only buffet scheduled .
UF's 2,000 transfer students, said Bold, a Beginning today,UF faculty and adminis- Wednesday from 11:30: a.m. to 1:30: p.m. in said.A few transfer students started TRAC
sophomore who transferred to UF from Polk trators will phone transfer students to talk the Rion Ballroom of the Reitz Union. three years ago because they felt their needs
Community College. about their progress at UFo'Transfer Hookup About 150 transfer students will be Intro- weren't being met by the university, Bold
"The real reason for this week is that in ," which is modeled after a phoneathonfor duced to James Scott, student affairs dean, said. Today, the group has 150 membersand
many cases UF is geared to welcoming freshmen that began in 1985, will con- and Art Sandeen, student affairs vice presi- has meetings every other Wednesday
incoming freshmen," Bold said. tinue until Wednesday. dent, along with representatives from sev- in the Reitz Union.

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I Citizen protests proposed site for run-off pond I

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By BLAKE FONTENAY dreamed she would have t;:'fight never get development permits ken to the committee,and they had pond may overflow onto her prop-
Alligator Writer city hall. from the county with such a narrow come up with a solution that madeboth erty, especially with the extra run-
"I've never found myself in a rightofway.City Johns and the city happy, off that the paved roads might
ALACHUA Pat Johns works situation like this before, and I officials plan to meet with Malphurs said. generate."I .
hard for her money.So hope I never will again," said Johns to discuss the matter on "I can't recall how the matter would like for the to
city give
hard,in fact,that she recently Johns, a High Springs resident. "I 1 Tuesday, but at least one has said was resolved," Malphurs said. me some kind of guarantee that I
stopped taking classes at Santa Fe feel that I'm just being run over at that a problem does not exist. "The street committee bent over won't have to worry about contam-
Community College and put plansto this point, and I don't know whatto If one day Johns decides to de- backwards to try to help you." inated water or flooding,"she said.
attend UF hold
on after the "
long do about it. velop her land,the city could move Johns insisted that wasn't true,
hours at her factory job took their
Johns'problem is that the city is the pond to another location, said and said a later meeting with city But stormwater already runs
toll.So when she had the chance using a federal grant to supply Jerry Marquez,the engineer who's manager Mark Duchon had also downhill toward the pond site,and
to nearby homes with paved roads, overseeing the project."There's failed to allay her fears. any increase in the amount of run-
buy in
neighborhood property here a fast-developing in 1987, she sewer lines and storm drainage nothing that would pre- Johns contends that the city can- off after the roads are paved wouldbe
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took it.The eight-acre tract of land, pipes. The city's plans include a vent her from developing that not close the road without holdinga "negligible, Marquez said.
pond to catch the stormwater run- property," Marquez said. road-closing hearing. Malphurssaid
she reasoned, would be a good
Johns said she's glad city officials
off,and that pond would be locatedin that the right-of-way,although
investment that could help put her When Johns confronted city
with her
to ,
are willing meet
the right-of-way that leads toJohns' owned by the city, is not really a
commissioners with her dilemmaat
4-year-old son through college but she isn't ready to breathe eas-
someday.But property. a meeting last Tuesday, city road. ily yet.
now a neighborhood Im- That area is currently nothingmore attorney Neil Malphurs said he Johns said she'd be satisfied if
provement project threatens to vir- than a dirt road,but the pond thought the matter had been re- the city bought and paved another "I don't know if we're going to
tually block the only roadway would reduce the usable part of the solved during an earlier meetingof road that would connect her prop- be able to work anything out," she
leading to that property,and Johns right-of-way from 60 feet to 14 feet. a street paving subcommittee.One erty to nearby State Highway 241. said. "I kind of doubt it, but I'm
must do something she never Johns contends that she couldGOING of Johns' friends had spo But she also worries: that thePizza not going to give up."

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SUSPENSIONfrom the team under DeVoe's rules: DeVoe said questions to his attorney, Huntley Johnson. Jim Nilon, assistant state attorney in
page 1 Schintzius wasn't as receptive to his condi- Johnson did not return call Sunday. charge of the Alachua County Court's felony
tions for returning and remains suspended. "All they (Turner and Schintzius) have to division denied Gainesville police's original
the office. Among the coach's criteria are rules of do is come down here and make an appoint request to charge Schintzius with both a
Under normal circumstances, the personin physical appearance particularly hair ment to see us," Stevens said. "Students second-degree felony for throwing a deadly
question has to be found in length, DeVoe said Sunday. have choices.They can have a missile and a misdemeanor for
violation of the student con- mod 1 Since arriving at UF,Schintziushas formal hearing with myself, criminal mischief.
duct code in order for judicial worn his hair short on top where I make a decision right Nilon said there wasn't
affairs to administer a penalty."I and long in the back. there,or they can have a more 1 enough reason to pursue a fel-
can't talk about any Indi- "Dwayne Schintzius has to formal hearing with me involving ony conviction, but State Attor-
vidual case," Scott said. "But meet the criteria of team rulesat witnesses."Or ney Len Register said Saturday
the only way Student Judicial keeping his hair cut and they can meet with the j that the misdemeanor com-
Affairs can take any formal dis- keeping the proper weight," Student Conduct Committee, plaint has been passed to the
ciplinary action is to give the DeVoe said. "All that is part of which is comprised of both r misdemeanor division and
student a hearing through Stu- the rules, and I'm not about to students and faculty." A, charges are likely.
dent Judicial Affairs proce- establish separate rules for one But even if the two playersare z "Based upon the report filed,
dures. person and that's all I can say." declared eligible, DeVoe we didn't want to go forward
"Unless what a student was Schintzius Student Judicial Affairs Dean still has the final word on their Turner with the felony charge," Nilon
involved in was so severe and so serious,we Irene Stevens said neither return to the squad. said. "It was basically my decision
generally then don't prohibit students from Turner nor Schintzius has met with anyonein Schintzius and Turner originally were ,just as it will be (Assistant State Attorney

campus activities or athletics until they have her office. suspended last Monday. According to a ) John Stephenson's decision to pursue
that hearing," Scott said. Turner is expected to contact Student sworn complaint filed with the State the misdemeanor charge."

DeVoe had originally lifted the suspen- Judicial Affairs today, and Stevens said the Attorney's Office, Schintzius allegedly Nilon said the office should know this
sion of Turner because in his opinion players can see her anytime she is available. ripped the side-view mirror off a Jeep parkedat week whether it would pursue the lesser

Turner had paid his penalty through a game Schintzius wouldn't say when he will meet the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house charge,which could bring Schintzius a pen-
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"
the end of the drive.
m Wook 114.1' available Iron government from $1 without page 3
5 .r_. ..,.,. Unlimited Ontytit995: UM, i credit chtck.You rapair Also. tax delinquentfortcloturti Cotler said there was more sup-
a CALL 1-BOS 682-7555 EXT H.
GAINESVILLECVM from students and than
I t 2004 lor ropo lit!your ireicill from Gator Dining Services."I port faculty
f IM ew..... 37a Ie00 TM ( 7 days a week) like to think their motive was expected.
__'FDA AtmOVEO TtCHNOUXiV1') '"!""'!"'tmf'' : not for the soda but for the recycl- Krause lauded the efforts of the
ing," Weiner said. "People kept
physical plant workers, who were
ALL DAY SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY AFTER 5 pm! thanking us for doing it, and we in charge of picking up the books
"
should be thanking them. from the sites every day and pre-
Although the collection fell paring them for delivery Saturday.
ALL YOU CAN EAT! below her expectations, Weiner
said any recycling is a success.She "They had to carry the stuff over
said they collected 1,500 books at to the physical plant area,"Krause
the student tables. said. "These folks really worked
"It's better than (the phone hard when they didn't have to,and
BARBECUE CHICKEN! books) all going into the landfill they don't get paid dink."

Enjoy your fill of Sonny's chicken 99 and wasting resources," Weiner But next year Krause plans to
reduce the 91 sites around
drop
with all the mouthwatering coleslaw 4 said.She
DINING has received phone calls campus.
, garlic bread and french from two other service
organiza-
.o \ fries can eat ROOM ONLY "We literally can't afford to haveso
you
tions that want to help with nextyear's
many collection sites. We'll try
#';,; program, she said. to limit it to 30 or 40 instead,"
"So hopefully next year it will be Krause said."It was just too much;
j.f''S the trendy thing,and everyone will we were overwhelmed."
want to be involved,"Weiner said.
Krause said the overall program
Environmental Law
REAL PIT BAR.B.Q President Tony Cotler said Society the had a slow start.

drive began slowly, but picked up "We didn't have time to get stu-
Serving lunch and dinner 11 a.m. 9:30: p.m. (Sun.-Thur.) once students saw the table at the dents involved like we would have
and 11 a.m. 10 p.m. (Fri. & Sat.) law school. liked,"Krause said."Many of them
"The first place we were sittingwas threw their phone books away be-
2700 N. Waldo Road 3635 S.W. Archer Road
not extremely visible so we fore they even knew(the program)
3610 S.W. 13th Street U.S. 441 at 1-75, Alachua moved,"Cotler said."But once the was available.Next year we'll know

word got around we probably had what we're doing" .






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RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. MOBILE HOMES:


1 FURNISHEDNew 3 FOR RENT/SALE Classifications D How to place a

FREE .

furn 2br, 2ba condo, wash/dry aecu 1984 Skyline 2bd/2ba 14 x 60 Must see, classified ad:
locks tennis : Rental Finding Service. All Info, 1 For Rent. Furnished <
rity pool, racquet ball many extras. $8500 obo. Local 481-2730 .
Call collect floorplans, videos and more FAST. We 392. In Person:
$475/mo 4078784207. 1. or 7118 ask for Susan 1-2553 For
2410.1 can help you find that perfect place lollv.. 2' Rent'Unfurnished Cash, check, MC or VISA.
Gator Rental Finders UF Plaza 336-
1978 MOBILE Home Mobile
for sale 12 x 58 3 Homes
Right across from Tlgert: 2rm furn, pool 9349. 1-23-5.2 2bdrl1 ba. fenced.in yard with shed & awning The Alligator Office
till June Only $188/mon. (water Incl.) $4500 neg. 373.4202 or 471-2928 For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave
Gnvle Garden Twnhse Student home 4 or 5 bedrooms 2 baths, M.F 8am 4pm
Ph. 376 4889 or after 5:30: pm. 22103SUBLEASE 4
3782208. 1-195-1 big yard, kitchen and laundry facilities Sublease House/Apt./
737 NE 8th Ave. $700/mo./ & $700 deposit. Main BookstoreHub
378.0658. 1.23-5.2 5 Roommates. Customer Service DeskM
$145/mo. util Incl. 3blks to UF Private : .
6'Fot F 8 am 4:30:
Sale pm
entrance single rm eff cntrl ht. cooking,

parking, upperclass or grad. 372-1882 INCREDIBLE 4 HOUSE/APT. 7' Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier OfficeMF8am9pm
Efficiency Apt '
3751728. 1.22.5.1Elliciency. "". Satnoon9pmSun
Starting at $t 151 1 Bedroom
Apt. avail.-own bdr/ba Incl wash/dry, .8 Motorcycles noon 5 pm
Starling at $23512/ Bedroom .
furn or unfurn close to UF,one Lakewood Villas, $240/mo. Jan, Feb. + 9 Autos
person no pets quiet private, patio free CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE dep free Call or 373.4129 ask for Dylan. Medical Bookstore. ShandsM
cable TV, $225/mo./ plus utilities. Call 378 110 NW 39th Ave. 1-25104 10 Wanted F.8am-4.30pm
378-3988
2016 ,
375-3861 1 11 Services By Mall:
Sublet 1bdr apt, furn/unfurn thru Aug.
.
4 30 70 2
WINDMEADOWSOWN walk to UF, pool $265/mo.dep.1518 NW 12 Services Use forms appearing weeklyin
BEDROOM $205 4th Ave. Call/Lv. m.g. 373.5425. 1-22- Typing the Alligator Sorry no cash by
1/2 MONTH RENT FREE 13 Wanted' mail MC. VISA, or checks only
335-1693 I I 1bdr.................$235 5.4 Help

11931 2bdr................$295 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
Landmark 2 BR, 1 1/2 BATH townhouse,
Rockwood Villas. M/F wanted Own furnished 1.30.10.2 add $75. 371.1410. dishwasher $380 neg, very close to 15 personals Payment by VISA or Master.ard

room/bath fully furnished, wash/dry. campus, pets. OK, 338.1042 leave message ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
$250/mo/ Cathy 335.9499. 1 1.23.5.1 1 ,1.295.4OXFORD 16 Connections M-F8.30.4pm.
3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF 201 NW

10th St Wood Cent Ht/Air Carport 17 Notices
floors
2 minute walk to campus, ibdrm (bath MANOR Q How to correct
Office 411 NW '15th St. 371-0769.
lurn apt, $250/mo/ neg, Jan 20.May 7. : 3 bd/3 ba take over entire lease Immed. 18 Rides

1100 SW 8th Ave. 375.7339. 1.22.5.1 1.23.5.2WALK Call 336.1387. 12254 cancel ad:
19 Pets your j

WALK TO UFI Furnished Room Share TO UFII 1bdr/2ba/ & Studio from: Room for rent In 2bdr/2ba In Oxford
20 Lost & Found j
Nice Must See Also Rmmts Cancellations:
$210 Very .
kit/baths ch/ac prefer 2 grad students Manor $239.50/mo + 1/2 util 373 7135 for
$240 includes utilities! 376.6652, 378 Needed! College Park Properties 411 NW more Info Need as soon as possible/ female Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri. 8 4 pm. 1
8122 1.30.10.1Rockwood 15th St 371-0769. 1-2352 1.245.4Suble..e No refunds can be given !


Villas 3bdr/3ba. Rmmt neededfor One bedroom apt to sublease avail. Immediately apt UNF., 2bd/2ba Camelot D When will your ad run? Alligator errors: ,t
$295 mo. Call Peter or Meredith Check ad the FIRST day it runs.
furn barbecue your ,
own fully bdr/ba In nice Condo. All pool view fireplace $550/mo
extras/included/ $225/mo Dan 338.9332. at 372.8240 please leave message 373.5784, 1.24.5-4 Call 373.FIND with any corrections before .
1.24-5. 1.23-52 Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY

People needed to sublease a 2/2 in Bran after RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
GEORGIA SEAGLE HALL A male co.op WINDMEADOWS APTS. dywine starting May. Please call 377 i DAYS they are placed. THE: AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected .

3blks to UF Single occ w/kit/laundry/ facilities 1,23 Bedroom 9457 Anytime .23-3-4 Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

1002 W Unlv 376.9179. 1267-1 Pool, Tennis, Laundry Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after

2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 Sublet 2bdr apt. until April 90 $350/mo. THREE days to Ads placing the ad Changes called in after
Sublet Studio Apt. 1 block from campus & utll Negotiable Homestead Apt. 3611 appear the first day will not be compensated.

$125 per month Call 375.2361 24 hours SW 34th St. 335.5493. 1-25-5-4 may run for any length of time

Please leave a message 12231. WILLIAMSBURQ APTS. and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
2bdr/tba large rooms, carport wash/dry' Corrections must be made in person at
AVAILABLE NOWIII!!!
Need to sublet 2br apt in Homestead Immediately 1, 2 TH 8 3 Bdrm. connection $270/mo. Come by/call- Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON. I

$335/mo. and no deposit down. Pool 1943 NE 16th way, G'ville, ph 3381984. for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee
Call Crystal at 373-8019. 1.25.6.2 Laundry -25-5.4
1 Block to UF/Shand

2000 SW 16th St. *** 378-1253
Private Entrance: BDR F kitchen privileges Sublet tbd rm new carpet/refrlg unfurnished I I

most util. turn, walk to UF. 1740 NW MOUNT VERNON APTS. $225 (reg 280)) ft furnished $285
3rd pl. 160/mo 3722284. 12431 (rep 330)) a mo 2nd floor ph 375.3305.
1 A; 2 Bedroom 1.28.5. ROOMMATESMARCHWOOD ROOMMATESTOWNEPARC
PoolLaundryClose

FOR RENT: to UF/Shand M/F own furn master bed M N/S. Own room In .
2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5388 5 ROOMMATES room $225/mo & 1/31.1111. Albert 3353834. 3bdr/2ba furn apt $147/mo/ + 1/3 util

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 1.23.52 '1-23-5 Avail now Call Scott or Joe at 336.9607.

Rmmt Wanted, large suite, 2 fireplaces, 1 1-22.3.5
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270.$280. ceiling fans, pool, kitchen own bath, oak Need 1 and or 2 N/S M to hare 2br/2ba
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec SUBLEASE 1BR UNFURN APT. Near floors $ 80/mo. Call Jeff 3711909. 1.23- house. Fully furnished; close to UF ROCKWOOD VILLAS

Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs Shand & VA. $325 Per Mo. Quiet Pool. 105 $175/mo John 335-1283. 1-2355 M/F, N/S, 3bdrm/3bth

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378.1190 I 4.30.75- Call Barry 392-1655 day, 338.1224 eves own room and bath,
Feb. 1. 1-23-52 Newly Furnished Townhouse close to UF; N/S F own room In 3bdrm house. 1 mile S $22S/mo + 1/3 utl Call 335.0130. 1-23-
Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet F for own ba In Ig. bdr. wash/dry cable, 01 UF. Has washer & dryer Call 3782895. 4.5

washer/dryer/ available in most units for 3bd/1 1/2 ba townhouse In SW area. pool, $200/mo to share or $300/mo for '1-22-4

$15 mo. Cats Allowed. IB-28, 1 S 2 Bath $475/mo + first last, and security Avail own room. 336-0036.' '-25.10'5 Studious M N/S needed 'for HOUSE! Own

$250.$350, sec & |mr. 372-6422. 4.30- Feb 1, prefer 1yr lease. 332.4587.1.24.5. BRANDYWINE: Fem, own rm w/wtr bd. bdrm $140/mo/ + 1/3 utll 2 miles to UF,

75.2 2 ROOMMATE WANTED: NS M/F, $200/m fully furn 2bdr/1ba/ apt Many xtras, quiet NW area, cat Call 3732078. '1-23-
1/2 ut $200 sec Large, nice ft neat apt, $210/mo + 1/3 util Near UF 3730024.. 45
Arlington Square Apts. for the serious Apt for rent take over lease 2bdrm 2 1/2/ bath Call Tim 332.3248: 12510 ,\.24-5-5
student or professional next to the Hippodrome 1 br Plnerush Apts .SOWN
1 bdr from $365 2bdr from $$00, Will pay 1/2 depositPh F to share completly furnished 2bdr/1 1/2 HELP! I need a 'fun, friendly female N/S

uptown living...downtown! 3789682. 1- 335-3198 leave msg ROOM Mobile H. Fenced yd. Pet ok. ba townhouse in SW area wash/dry rmmt Oxford Manor Apt. Own bdr/ba/
31-172 1.24-5.2 M/F/ serious student $125/mo & util Erik $225/mo + 1/2/ Utll 335.6273. 1.24.5-S Avail Now! 377.8034: 1-24.5.5

376.0579. 1-19-5-5
Colonial Oaks 2bdr/1/ 1/2 ba townhouse, Roommate wanted to share (furn. 2bdr OWN Bedroom/bath In a new apartm
A spacious 2000 sq fl, 3 or 4 bdr 2ba pool
$325, wash/dry hook-up, dishwasher, house 1 1/2 ml west of UF, 2816 W Unlv *Own Room $130 mo.* M/F, N/S. No own room 3blki to UF nice apt 160/mo + $175. + 1/3 .util Loc SW 20th Av. M/F
.
I close to UF, 4221-A SW 21 PI. 378.3133. Ave $62S/mo Appt only 374.5340 or 376- cats/dogs Walk to UF. 372.9747 1-22- also please call anytime 375.8181, 1-24-' 332 1944. 1 223 5

j 1.31.17.2 6183 125-52 5.5 5.5

F N/S for own masterbdr/taa/ In a GREAT
I Block from UF, Large Rooms utilities paid WASHER/DRYER/ INCL. Roommate: Female grid student UF waterbed
apt near turn w/kirrg/ ,
I Cox Cable, nice Call Greg 376-3291 2 BEDROOM/2/ BATH pref/own bedroom 1 block from Tlgert M/F N/S own bdr/ba In Rockwood Villas dwnstalrs
new, fully furn, washer/dryer/ $225/mo/ wash/dry/ quiet area, 338.82.11
$150-225/mo rent. 1 26 11-2 3 BEDROOM/3 BATH $162 50/mo + 1/2 utilities Jan tree call Lve
811' mes 1-25-55
3721100 1-22-5-5 374. 12455.
f OXFORD MANOR
Bicycle Club Room 'for rent-$175 ft 1/2/ Grad u.
Move In Special Walk to UF, room for rent In house across F ROOMMATE to share master bdr/ba In
soup's on ue 377-2776 from the 0 Dome.. $200 a month plus 1/3 beautiful 3bdr apt In The Laurels ** dent/upperclas person preferred. Shell
Rock Villas '
2br/2ba 1-31-92 utilities, call 373.8040 ask for Scon 1-22-. $110 ** Pool, tennis, tym, Jacuzzi. 335-' borhood. 332.2350.Safe and 1-24-35 convenlent'n.'gh., .

great roommate floor plan 5-5 5841. 1-2235

for great detail amenitiescall 377-2220 2 bdr/1 ba. 809 NW 41st Ave. Cent h/ac, In The Pines: F Rmmt dlsler. Own bdr In N/S rmmt needed to share 2bdr apt closeto VISCAYA 2.M/F Rmmt needed after

1.31.14.2 carpeted Water & sewer paid No pets. 3bdr/2 1/2 ba Townhouse $200/mo & 1/4 UF and Shands.. lS5/mo + 1/2 utll spring, own bedroom shr. fethrm $150/mo.
$245,378.54411233.2' utll.371.833.2355' 372-9389 1-22-35 plus 1/3 utilities. Call Scott 37t-4286- not
home, Iv. msg '1-25-5-5

I SPACIOUSONE BEDROOM APT. Mature N/S female, own room In a house N/S Rmmt needed r 3bdr/2ba/ 'lurn., luxury Rockwood Villa's M N/S to share luxurl Oakbrook'
.., ONLY $260/MO Pool kitchen 1 1/2-mile to UF Rent twnhse In NW area wash/dry micro ous 3bdr/3ba..Alarm, washer/dryer, Walk: m rmmt to share fully 'turn

LYONS APT ., $17S/mo & utilities Celt 374-5430 or 3766183 / : ( : '! $245/mo. No pe"\DaryI373-5398. 1.23- 2br/2ba condo wash/dry/ micro, pool,
..> lc.n75/.rnCl.&J/3 u.ur.:9U4.r.JII..j( :. .: tv/vcr. $200/mo./ ft utll. Call Sim at 372
: 1-2552 .
.
5.5
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 376-4795 ..2.'-' '3842. 1.25.5.S



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MONDAY,JANUARY 22.1990. ALLIGATOR 17

5 ROOMMATESNW ROOMMATES FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE


HOUSE 3/2/ F/NS large yard, cent Enviromentally aware m/f ns roommate RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem. Sitting on the floor? Comfortable match. i Nishikl 10 speed red quick release
h/ac/ screen porch, 4 mi. to UF/SFCC wanted 1 block to UF 1920s house hrd nants lor your dorm or apartment. We deliver Ing couch & chair $40 obo & attractive wheels, $175: $250 new 1 single bed with
room unfurn $165/mo. 1/3 ut. No peti wood fir 3bath 110 + 1/5 util! call 373 ) Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. wooden sidetable $15 obo. Call or Iv msg pine wood frame $100 376-3596 Dennis.
378-6499. 21105 9145 1-26-5-5 377-5265.6 blocks E. of campus 2-6.20- 376-8658. 1-22-2-6 2456

6
RMMT needed (for spacious 1 1bdrm Bicycle Room avail M/F/ In 3bd/2ba house near WORD PERFECT 5.1 3 piece sectional couch, good conditiOn
Club Apts, $155 plus 1/2/ util. 335 Polos Private or share bath, rent neg + CAR ALARMS installed remote control light green, $100. 332-4567 .24-5-
5445 1255.5 1/3 util Call Joe or Bosso at 374-8820. any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Latest release from Elite

22105. demo. Call 338-9193 student Iv. message Computer Systems 335.1300 Bedroom Set: Double bed with canopy,

2-28-34-6 dresser mirror, matress. bedspread,
$120 own bdr in 2 bdr/2ba house ft 1/4 Move In for 50.00 own room In 4 Bdr PC-3 LAPTOPGreat drapes & canopy cover $125 Call 392

util, close to UF. Call anytime and Leave house 19 blocks from campus. Pets ok Fender Strat Plus 4188.w, 332-6531 1.22.3.6
for
class notes, from Elite #335-
message 3774503. 1 1.22.2.5 share bath furnished utilities paid call 1987 mini condition with maple neck 1300
Rick 3783842. 1.22-1-5 Comes with hard shell case $550. Call SURFBOARD Natural Art 6'0" trl fin in

Female, to share furnished 3/2 house Mike 373-9305 excellent condition $175371-1900. 1.24.
A/C and heat fireplace Close to campus PRINTER24pin 5.,

and shopping, $185/mo plus 1/3 utilities 6 FOR SALE CLEARANCE SALE-many Items to Letter Quality, from Elite #335.1300 _
336-5635. 1.23.4.5SPYGLASS choose from. Jewelry, TV.. cameras, 2-6-136 Natural Art surfboard 61" trl Richard
BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs VCR's-etc. Best Jewelry & Loan Pawnshop Cramm Model, excellent shape, Also, Rip
One rmmt needed Private low as $25/mo no $ down Sale Is on till everything gonell JETSKI 87-650 SX Excellent Condition Curl bag, ONeill wetsuit $220, call 377

bdr/ba in 3bdr wash/dryer $242/mo + 1/3 FREE Catalogue over 50.000 1-25.108_ W/Trailer Never Used In Salt Water 6093. 12236Bridgestone
util Heidi or Tina 335.7174, Leave message .
customers 1-800-825 7283 $2500. 332.3565. 1 26-5 8
1.2655MASTER 2.18-30-6 TREK 12-speed racing bike with water MB1 21sp, 21 1/2 deore X

bottles and tool bag. Excellent condition, Computer.atari 1040st: 720K 3.5 drive Tcomp., $750. Mongoose ATB 18sp, 19"
BEDROOM $149 own bath private Nice Clean Modern Furniture All at Reasonable used only five months Call 395-8835. 1. IMB ram, color monitor, printer, over $700In deore comp $290. Days 375.1030, Eve
entrance phone and cable hook up In Prices Come Take a Look. 2276_ software must sell $1000/obo 372 332.7661 Troy 1223.6
room M or F 3br/apt CALL CALL 371 The Plunder House 2327. 12656Electric i iNishikl
001 g. 1.26-55I BEDS BEDS BEDS International racing b ke. Perfect
511 SW 4 Avenue 122.10Alpine '
Dressers Chest Bookcases. Sofas, TV Guitars, Krammer focus 2000.Ibanez cond Index shift 21.5 in. Must see $425
carts, Entertainment centers and more at obo. Call Phil at 395-9082. 1.24.5.6
Artist each with hard shell
I pay 2.1..1! F for house or Apt Kenwood, Sony and 30 more cases
the lowest prices In Gainesville 371-4422 $250 each, firm, call 336-4502. 1.26-5.
$130/mo will nego Cheap! 2-bIKs to UF brands are all at our New Location! Car .
Dumas Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave. SONY portable compact disc player. Canvas
wash/dry big) Hardwood floors 373-5656 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- 6.
22-168 hammock w/stand Folds for easy
376.1655. 1-243-5Willlamsburg 2070. 4-30-75-6 .
PEUGEOT 12spd man s road bike Excellent '. transport Michelle: 375 1208 (leave message

CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest Blow Out Sale. Beach cruiser with lock, condition $175 or best offer Call ). 1 1.23-3.6
Village: F rmmt lor townhouse heavy duty desk, twin size bed with box 3368491. 1.25-4-6
beet and lowest priced ear stereo
$240/mo 1/2 util Med stud, Call store In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St. spring All 3 lor $100. Call Scott 377.1027 Drums lor sale 5 piece, 1 ride, hi hats.
after 5p 336.4257 or Joanna bet 5p 376 43075.6 12276 MOPED FOR SALE-in excellent condition Must sell, make offer asking $250. Call
1253. 2545 -JAWA-$285 Bikes & More 2133 NW Jeff 375.6296. 12556

Rockford, Foegite' Yamaha, Pioneer, MICRO CENTERComputers/ 376.1146 6th St 373-6574. 1.24.3.6.
JAN FREE: Brandywme: F NIS needed to Infinity Kicker Code Alarm. The Best Editor Choice CompuAdd Northgate DEC Rainbow, WP, Printer, DB, SS, Fi.

share a master bdrm, furnished 2bd/2ba Car Sterlo (Installers In town. Car Stereo HPPrice same or lower than mail Queen Waterbed: headboard w/mirror, nancial, CPM 86, MSDOS, $625 373
only $137/mo 1 1/4 utilities call 335.8846. to Go. 375.1834. 4-30.75-6 order. Systems below Include Imb, 40mb heater, line, mattress, pad sheets, pad 5507. 332.6502. 1.23-3.6
1.26.5-5 ((28ms, graphics monitor....MC 286/12 ded rails, delivery & set.up $199. Ferron
$1195, Packard Bell-$1295, MC 386SX 335.0578, 1 1.28-5-6 Queen size box springs & mattress, Sears
$1495, Northgate 386/20-$2299. PB 286 Orthopedic, excellent cond.. $69 obo,
laptop w/hd & battery $1999. CompuAdd Canon F1 camera w/AE motor drive FN. 3357477. 1 1.22.2.6

810 w/ 20mb & graphics monitor $970. 1 SIps, 3 lenses. Canon 199A speedhte, silk
+ 3 year warranties Onsite warranties umpod, filters. bag. $600 obo. Call Hays. Electric Typewriters. IBM Selectric wide
Panasonic 1180 printer-$185, HP Laser 335.9862. 1-24-3-6 carriage, ball element $150, Smith Car
xrc' Jet lip $1049. 4110 SW 34th St. 308 W ona 8000, wide carriage, office model
('TRK Univ Ave 1.22-7-S Ski Equip K2 skis w/tyrolla/ bindings $100 Both like new condo 3733135 1-
160cm Salomon boots like new SX61 lad.
Size 7, set $250 or will split up 335-9967. 1 18-spd Yokota touring bike nearly new I All
COMPUTERPackard 2258 Shimano parts Includes rack, water bot-

Bell 286, 12mhz, 40mb hard tle, pump, toe clips, vetta gel seat $400

drive, 5.25 1.2 floppy, 3 5" 1 1.44 floppy Waterbed, queen mirrored hdbd, heater. 481-9358. 1 1.25-5.6
1mb ram, vga hi.res color monitor lyr $150 obo. also Antique dresser Bill 371.
warr., 4 mths on"site, $1795, call 335- 7801 1 1.22.5-6 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME
1300. 1-3'-13-6

HP 4 1 CX W/Advantage/ pack. Perfect UF LOCATION!!
4 rims, 2 months old, 16x7, Amer. RacIng for science or eng students Complete w/
15 Room House Fully Rented! Earn
polished lip, black mesh CTR. Slvg all Instructions Less than 1 year old. A
while learn and/or/ Invest/frater
pattern, $520 obo, call Clark after 6pm at $250 value for only $120. Call 371-6714. you .
nity, Good Cond! 376 6652. 1.31 177
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336-8430. 1 22 5 5
Leave message 1-22-4-5

Real Estate Course Sat
Licensing only
bridal set diamond cluster-sale price 89 Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman
crash Feb. 12.
1230-6.30,7
day course
service merchandise catalog $1000 will Home and Car Stereo Pioneer, Saneul,
Real Estate Appraiser, starts Feb 27, The
.jielMor!_$500_obo? 335.9967. 1.22_5-6. Sherwood, end more We Beat All Florida Center 371-2787 1 .30.10.71bdr1ba
r IWt Prlceal 3733754. 4-30-69-6

t / Condo for rent, Lease or Wi/ Option .
Practically new 3 1/2 cubic foot refrigerator
to Buy. Washer/dryer/ Hook up
be sold John 335-
to $120 negotiable
$300/mo. Call Sue at 3725375. 1.26.8.7
1283. 1.23.5.6WATERBED

PRIME UF LOCATION!
size with bookshelf
queen IS Room House ch/ae/ Good condition!
headboard & heater $100 assembled &
Rented' Inveslment/Fraternity/other/
Take mark delivered Call 591-2932 anytime, leave .
$130,000. 376 6652 owner. 220257
your LSATGRE message 1-23 5-6

Own instead of! rent: Condo for sale,
Magnavox TV and stereo Best offer. Call
2bdr/2/ 1/2 ba, poolside, energy elfic, A.1
371 8392 am and pm. Leave message A
cond.. priced -terms. SouthFork
and good bargain. Must Sell. 1-23-5.6 right
perform.Looking Oaks 373-4347 1 1-31.10.7

Packard Bell computer with monitor and
Camaro 84 V6 aukto PW PB PS AC tilt
Okidata printer includes ATI! DOS and
am/lm A fast clean car in superb condo
for management career on
a word processor software $1400 obo. .
Must sell Asking $3668 obo. 336 6132
the fast track? The F5t-Trk'" Program at KFCis 375.6082. 130106 eve 1.26-5-9

your starting block for a record-setting The Test Is When? Marshall 100 Watt Guitar Amp. and a 4-12

career. Just take your mark and perform. Classes Forming Now cabinet channel switching, effects loop 8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA
and footpedal both for $925 obo 377

5795. 1.23-5.6 CX 500 TURBO. Excel. cond. all

In only two years, you can manageup E STANLEY KAPLAN serv records, call Jimmy 376-2637 day,
and $4 millionin Take< Kaplan Take Your Ounces Day bed.white 'Iron & brass w/ popup trundle 335.9340 eve. $2195 obo. 11958
to 10 units, 250 employees $150, obol Car bra-fit II new Mustangs .

sales. You'll be involved in every aspect of CALL DAYS fVMNGSWUKNOS/ pract. new, $50, obol Call Inger 1987 HONDA ELITE B0-with helmet runs
3725720. 1.22-3-6 good one owner, $700 or best offer, call
business-from and finance to
the marketing 377-0014 3788189, ask (for Mike or leave message
quality control and sales. Luis Vullon Purse Brand new. Was a gift
409 SW 2nd Ave. Must sell Best offer 373-3351 Leave message 1983 SUZUKI 1100G 1 Sport Tour excellent

at beep. 1 1.23.4- condition 4-K miles $1950 OBO 373
To start your career in the fast lane, 3129 11948KAWASAKI '
I
contact your placement office to schedule an KZ 440 10000 miles HONDA

interview. We'll be coming to your campus DO YOU HAVE ASTHMA? HAWK 400 15000 miles $800 & $600 both

ex c. condition mechanic owned 336
January 23 to talk with graduating seniors EARN $650 1972 12238

about our record-setting career opportunities.
HONDA MAGNA 87, V4 liq. cooled, shaft
Study will require four 12-hour stays dr. Tank and saddle bags. Excel, condo a

See January 23! Monday through Friday over a 6-8 week period. gem. $2500 ph. 376.2777. 1-24-5-8

MALES & FEMALES 1845. NON-SMOKERS 1984 Kawasaki 750turbo. Great condition

PEPSICO FC MUST WHEEZE OR COUGH WHEN EXPOSEDTO New spark plugs and oil filter Only

CATS OR DUST 18000 mi. MUST SELL! $1700. Call Paul

HAVE NO OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONSCALL at 373-9853

Fit Trk ii a trademark of KFC 392-9086

KFC is on equal opportunity employer, If no answer, please leave message on recorder Classifieds. .

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9 AUTOSAUTO SERVICES TYPING HELP WANTED HELP WANTED


12 SERVICESYOU Computer Programmers. Part-time asst to busy medical writer
INSURANCE SAVE $$ at orange & BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Need motivated who
UCS Inc a software development co. in bright person can
blue Insurance. In butler plaza we care callUS Ft. Laud., has entry level to mid.level po. type on computer, has good proofreading
1 111377 CARS or 377.2277 1.25.10.9For WRITE WE TYPE
sitions for software engineers/computer/ skills and welcomes a variety of tasks
1233 NW 10th Ave. Business Legal Personal Reports C required. Exper. In health publishing a plus. Flexible
programmers programming
Sale: 1987 Pontiac Grand Am LE, Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc
372 1664 Candidates should also have 4-year de. hours $5.50 to start Send resume to
loaded, cond. must sell student) G'ville
good Handicapped Typing
MC/VISA/lnau gree. Send Resumes to: UCS Inc.. 6184 Director 5429 SW 80 St, G'ville 32608.
332 6759 Iv. 1.23.7.9 378-7179.
message Free Pregnancy Test 430.75.12TYPing NW 11 St., Sunrise FL 33313. 1235.13
Member 1.22.10.13
1982 Honda Accord 4 dr.. Sspd avc/ stereo
National Abortion Federation PART.TlME AFTERNOONS Sitter
84,000 miles Asking $2500 obo. Car reports business legal Aresumes
4.30.75.11SEXUALLY Now accepting applications for Resident needed for 4 ft 7 yr. old. Flexible days.Must .
can be seen on campus by calling at 395- cassettes transcribed applications
Assistant position for the Fall have Car & Ret 332.4507. 1.25.5.
6633 1.22.5-9. letters notary *etc. Available
TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 1990 Semester Applications) available
24 hours/7 43075.12
Get confidential testing and treatment at day./372.2777. at either the Office residence
1983 Toyota Corolla a/c tinted windows Housing or all TUTOR for ACG 3142Call
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881. 4-
hall offices.
new: paint tram and brakes; am/lm Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports area Applications 336-0532 ask for Crystal
Theses Grad School P.T. List. are due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 to the
cass.enkel magsalarm $3200 obo. 376 AAA STORAGE whatever. 1 1244.13
Division of Office. For
4889 Iv m.g. 1-1959 Close/ to UF, Convenient WCS 1117 NW 13th. 3739822 4-3075- Housing further
Information contact the Staff & Student
Needed for
12 Full-time
yard person Apt.
4x4x4 $15/mo/
BMW 1982 3201 A/T A/C sunroof Enkel 4x8x8 $25/mo Development Office at 3922161. 2.2. Complex Experience own car, ref Is a

maps removeable stereo silver metallic 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.1771 GATOR TYPING moved & lowered prices must. Must have Initiative. Unlv Apts.
w/black leatherette $6700 376.0784 43075 Laser printer. Resumes $12 & up. Page EARN $100 MONTHFor 411 NW 15 St. 371-0769 1 1255.13

(alter 5pm) 1.22.5.9 discounts avail. Days & eves 373.4564. your plasma donations. Our fully automated
1.31.17.12 A Plus Notes Are an 'A' student do
system Is safer and faster than you
1989 lord bronco II 6,000 miles $13,000or GATOR MOVING ** manual centers Air conditioned Special you take excellent notes, would you like

$1,000 down and take up payments Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- bonus with this ad 0 Call for appointment to earn while you learn, if so then call
sport rims many extras call 376.2879 item/Hse Full. Days/Eves/ Long dls RESUME HOUSEProfessional 3716954. We are still looking for students

after 5:00.: 1.22.5.9 Lie/Ins Harry/Bill/ 374.4791. 4.30.75-11 resume writing & Alpha Plasma CenterMF930530Sat930230 in the following classes: ADV 3501 ,

development servIces. 3718148. : : : APB 2150, APB 2151, AMH 2020, ANT
198 HONDA ACCORD 4DR 5SPD A/C SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 12210.12 II SW 1st St. 378.9204 2149 ANT 2402. ANT 2410 ANT 3511 ,

STEREO 84,000 mites Asking $2500 boarding woodser facilities AST 1002. CAP 3802, CDA 3101, CHM

obo. Car can be seen on campus ly. call- hay rides parties sales working MICRO CENTERTyping 336-4936. Full Babysitter needed In my home Mon Wed, 1020. CHM 1021. CHM 2040. CHM 2045,

Ing at 395.9653. 1225.9 students accepted. 466.3224, 3758080. & self service computing. Typing starts a.m., all day Fri. Transp and references CHM 2046, CLP 3144, COC 3110 1 COO !

1.50/pg/ Resumes $6 A Self service required begin Jan 29. Call 377.8322. 3400 COM 1000, COP 3110 COC 3400 j

Honda Civic DX 1988 5.speed. A/C/ *SUNBELT MOVING* resumes $2.50/hr 15/page Laser 1225.13 COM 1000, COP 3110. EUH 2001, FIN .
steno, cassette Excellent condition 26K 3408 GEO GEO GEO :
& typeset graphics spell check theses 2200 2201 2420
miles $7950. OBO 3733129. 1949, 1 Professional.Item .Houseful Moving/Packing!. Local/Lng/ d.t., Supplies Lie/Ins papers special characters employ Student help wanted to do research in UF GEO 2500. GLY 1000 HIS 2464 ISM i
ment databases mailmerge training Medical Library. Approx 4 hrs/wk as 3011 ISS 2120. JOU 3100, LEI 3830 '
1985 Chevy Spectrum auto a/c/ ps, pb, Priced lor Students' Marty 375MOVE. 4- WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC. 1-22- needed $3.50/hr 372.8531 9.5. 1-22.5.13 MGF 1202. MMC 2100. MMC 4200. PET

Kenwood Stereo excell. condo $2900. 7.12 3320 PHH 2101, PHI 2100 PUR 3000. J'
offer or possible trade 335.5296. 1-23- ONE STOP DENTISTRY EARN INSTANT CASHI Debate, English PUR 3101 REL 2001 REL 2240. RTV

5.9 Accepting new pts, emerg. Pickup/Del/ Typing and wordproc near Forensics, law speech majors. Feb 15, 2100. SYG 2000 and SYG 2430. We are I

Adult cleaning $28 child $18 campus. Dependable quality service 16, 17 at Reitz Union. Contact Dr. Bar. especially looking for ANT 2410. AST
77 DASHER $960 73,000 ml 4 dr, auto. ((4)Wisd) tee. $325 ((3)Wisd) tee. $250 Reasonable rates 24hr/day, Call Carol bara Williamson Brevard Community College 1002 COM 1000 and PET 3320. Call
I
A/C, brown. Clean. Good trans.. New battery ((2)Wisd) tee. $200 3734464. 1-31-11-12 Titusvllle, FL. 32796. 12910.13 371.6954 if' Interested '
Call 371.0829 wknds & nts till 9pm Nitrous OXide. Accept MC V, AE

1.23.5.9 Valid only with coupon up to ((4)) people ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect

H. T. Gonsouhm DOS 372-9521 edit/proof/spell all work guaranteed-
87 Hyundai Excel excellent condo AC 1.31.17-11
English B.A. Ripp 376-3649. 2.13.20.12
am/lm/ cass low miles take over paymentsor DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited

$4700 335.4184. 1245.9 LOOK A LETTER GRADE BETTER. Use
MOPED CITYPick
styles fonts, graphics, proofreading & ed- by Trude Michel Jaffe
Ford Escort 1983 2 door. Good condition off.1/2 off
up/Drop/ now Itmg PC Lab. 17 & Unlv. 3726500 125-
$1500 obo call 336.6470 alter 5:30: p.m. 1-31.18. ACROSS 2 Like a certain 27 Emulate Bing 49 Cleared the
.24.5.9
RESUMES 1 Skiers' mecca ranger 28 Macaque tape
Same Next
day, day
1980 Pontiac Phoenix grey 5.door am/lm *FREE* Many Styles & Fonts Editing. 5 Partner of ruin 3 Undistinguished 29 Mendicant 51 Normand of

stereo many new parts $900 3323511 Pregnancy Test PC Lab 17 SI. & Umv 372-6500. 9 Rio de la literary works 30 Hatred silents

leave message. 1.24.5.9 Gainesville Women 1.25.5.12 14 Aquatic bird 4 Have ambition 31 Peevish 52 Test for Jrs.

HEALTH CENTER 15 Assam 5 Bring back 34 Orbital point 53 Lhasa -
Chrysler 1983 4dr auto trans a/c am/lm Typing Laser Typesetting
720 NW 23rd Avenue silkworm to life 37 Collection 54 Gam or
radio 74000 m/s excellent condition resumes 0 reports* letters etc.
377.5055ABORTION 16 His name Is 6 Mountain crest 39 Supported TushinghamMudd
$2800 call 3732078. 1.22.3.9 376.5465 3500 W Univ Ave.
To 24 Wks 7 Slicker 42 55
( ) Alachua Word Processing 2.12-20.12 Neptune's Brouhahas

Toyota Supra 86 1/2 perfect condition, BIRTH CONTROL 17 'acte of a sort emblem 56 Eliot's Adam

fully maintained low mileage, automatic Gynecology Services 18 Timpani part 8 Krazy 44 Food, 57 Lady Chaplin

loaded $11300 obo call 332.7307 or 376 13 HELP WANTED 20 Languor 9 Emulate a seer familiarly 58 Clean the deck
7324. 1.24.5.9 Valentine Special be photographed by 22 Sherwood's "- 1 10 Site of a 47 Maintain 60 Peruke
internationally known beauty photogra.
pher Bill Horne. Get a free poster print. Typist Delight" Napoleonicvictory
82 Ford EXP 3-door sport-type, new 3776583 1-31-15-11 Computer literate person needed to help 23 Sheeplike ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

paint 332.5012.clutch 1.,22 brakes.3.9 tires $1390. Call type Alligator classifieds on Tuesday & 24 Dernier 11 Re fields I CAD.. CAR S. A Is S T I

Free Poster with any glamour session Thursdays 8:30: pm. Must be dependable 25 Quaker 12 German: Abbr. 0 L E S. A L I A. CHAR T
with award winning photographer Bill Fill out application at The Independent 27 Oddball 13 "- and theMan'
88 Ford Ranger xlt blk 25.000 ml 5'spd DESERVING I R A V R
location. Glamour with Florida Alligator, from 9. 4 Mon.
Home Studio or pm
32
for
Sir tp dk; 86 Samurai top & tires new Adjective : Shaw
ESCAPEE S .
Fri. EOE/AA D E P 0 S E
1 1-
style. 377 6583 See the display now.
37,000ml. str tp dk blue Day 372.4131 Abner play
After 7pm 3720472. 1-25.5.9 31-15-11Need 33 Stern look 19 Milan money RBI N E V A. R IS E
AVON 375 8967
0 K I E II ..
A V D.
household ? Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train. 35 Swap 21 Half a
furn.. clothing goods
88 SUZUKI SAMURAI 5 SPD CONV 4- avail. B.n.lltslnsuranc.. 43075.13 36 Fateful day for celebratedpanda A L BEE T U L II p. DUE
Great bargains layaway plan .
WD 17K mi. EXC CONDo $5,300, OBO.
Caesar TEE 0 ESP 0 T S ETA
481.9358 eves.weekends. 1.25.5-9 Weeks Flea Market State Road 26 3ml
west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open Paying $125 to persons infected cuts 38 Horatian 24 Guiding S E S. G L A I R. 0 F FER

83 Renault Hatchback, 5 spd fm/csst. Sat & Sun. 4722061. 2.9.20-11 scrapes, or Blood other test Injuries to be on Call antibiotic 331. creation principle .. BEAD - LOS S
study. required.
leather/dlx Int blk convrt top $1750 or 5379 1-31-17-13 40 Blackbirds 25 Risky A L A E. TEA M. 0 0 R. .
best offer 375.3030 Iv msg. 1.26.6.9 PROBLEMS IN MATH? 41 Heron cousin Investment DEI F
A ME.
HIE A 0 R I E SIT
Professional and Reliable
*BRANCH OPENINGS* 43 Mei-llng -, 26 Raised )E; V II I T A DEe I I
VW Van 1971 runs w.lI. $225/ offer; Tutoring offered Call 377.7415. 1-225- Mdme Chiang REA S E S

Datsun, 1973, good transportation 378 II' .@RULE. JOBS JOBS JOBS Kai-shek strip SIR I E S L A ICE E I TIT A

6346 ,.,9.1.9 1 $13/hr we train. National coatings 45 Crude dwelling S IE N T.II 0 A ..' !t 14 R

*** MOPED REPAIR *** franchise expanding. Full/part/ time
Toyota Corolla '80, 4 speed ac., AM/FM/ service reasonable LABOR & MGT. POSITIONS AVAIL. 46 Curb 1/22/90/ /
Fast Very
New front tires, generator brakes. Mileage quality Potential to own your own business 48 Heavenly, to a
Free pickup/dropoff 8 exp.
103000. $1300 or best offer 336 rates yrs. Call for Immediate interview teenager t
CALL MARK 375-0961. 1.25.5.11
3977. 1-24.4.9 8138867151. 50 Numbers on
sundials t

10 WANTEDLocal 51 Grieve
t t
Volunteers needed for sixmonthoral 52 Main Street t

Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class event t

Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. OZZIl'S Fine 56 Bridgetown is

Jewelry' 373.9243. 43075.10 contraception study. its capital 24

59 Haunted-house
.. COMIC BOOKS wantedlI sights z 28 zT 1

I want to buy your comics I will trade onlyif REQUIREMENTS: Good health; between 18-35 61 Unhurried
Call Mark 378.3029 after
YOU want to
7pm. 1226.10 years: no medical problems with oral 62 British physicist

contraceptive use; must be in Gainesvillearea Francis -:
WANTED: Model around 5'2-' 126 Ib for 1877-1945
photographing with car. Will payl! Call for next six months. 63 fixe 4 43

375.8710, mention case no 90.001. 1- 64 -, means
26.5.10. BENEFITS: Free physical exam: pap smear; blood mina, mo 4 47 4 4

test Including cholesterol: six-month's 65 French or

11 SERVICESNW supply of oral contraceptives. 66 Weaken melba


Mini storage at I 1.75 & NW 39th Ave 67 UninterestingDOWN

near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 02 The Climacteric Clinic'A
$20. 10% dISc. to Students 332-8917, 4-

30.75.11PRO research division of Womens Medical and Diagnostic Center 1 Made a perfect

.. DJ SERVICEII For Information call 372-5600 tennis stroke
Reasonable rates, excellent tunes, pro
equipment Give CJ a call 'at 375.8483

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Doa your need fraternity$$$ lor your, lororlty spring, activities or organization ?. Computer Skills? Micro Center House/Childcare Needed for 1 1/2 and 3 terminals & pc's, buy sell ? Enjoy people? Put your en-
Participate In a one week need typlst/sales/tech support help. yr old girls In my nice NW home. Person trade, rent & repair. Great prices QUAL trepeneurial skill to work for you Great
keting proJect. Call Jill at on-camput 395-9690.mar Apply in person. 4110 SW 34th St. (sw needs to be loving & energetic, N/S, ex. ITY, CDCS 8'8' W Univ 3380378. 4-30- earnings Great training 335.0100( Iv
22-1-13 1- campus store). 1-25-7-13' perienced, reliable transportation A reference 75-14' msg 124614STRIKE
required, Tues-Thurs-Frl 9-6
Market Discover Credit Cards on your 378.08'5.25.7.13' GOLD
campus. Flexible Hours Earn Have Computer Skill? Micro Center
as much as with the PC Lab Gold Card
Work
College Study (only) $5.00/h
evenings 'O.OO/hour.' Only need / /
ten typist/sales/tech
positions available. support help
& unlimited use ol computers & software
.Saturday Apply Bob/Martha Telephone/ Survey 392-0171 Interviewer Call 1.BOO-950-B472. ext. 3. 1.23.2.3' BUSINESS Apply In store person 1227.14 4110' SW 34th St. (SW $99/4 months 372.6500. 1-255-14
campus )
'126.5.13Yard Attention CIS & ISE 14 PERSONALSAre
Major Procter & TONS OF SPECIALSI! Sweatshirts 50 only
Gamble I II looking for you. Come Join Multi Million $Company seeking part time $8 00 ea. 100 only $7.50 ea. 1 colorprint.
Work clean be us for free food & Information. Casual' you an 'A' Student? Do you take EX- Call .
painting up must drug Individual to earn Top $$$ per mo. Sen 1 side now for other *pe
free or want to be Student AA preferred atmosphere, bring your return Thur CELLENT NOTES? Earn While You ous entrepeneurt need only to apply. 376- Cials. ZODIAC 466-3333 1-26-514
377-0325 AM 10-12' PM '02.22.13' Jan 18.8:30-8pm.: PJ O'RIley 1900 SW Learn. Call 371-6954, For more information 2967 t 1-225-14
13th Street 1-17-2-13 1-22-10-14

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IV IV Ir Ir Opp We Second buy & Act.sell 3738527.MAKE good MONEY used 4.30.75.15VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator clothingCall '


/ Great
prlces-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical
Laboratory 378.5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1
block from Ala Gen 4-30-75'

Natural Foods and Vitamin
Birkenstock Sandals
Sunflower Health Foods
87 SW 34th St. 372.7482
430-75-15'

PREGNANT? Don't guess Get Immediatetest
results from a reliable source
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-
Deadline: February 7th 30-75-15'

Run Date: February 14th NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL' Get
special student discounts on exam and
all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD

Please follow all instructions to fill out your Love-Lines Correctly. 377-0881' 30-75-15

Look Your Best Everyday!
1. Fill out your name, address, and phone number 5. No foreign languages, even it it is a commonly used Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc for
completely. This information will not appear in the phrase. NO EXCEPTIONS. info about the PERMANENT removal of
unwanted facial & body hair 374-4307
paper and information is completely confidential. 6. DO NOT abbreviate Valentine's Day. 4-30-75-15

2. If want something on a line, write it on
you separate 7. No obscene language or double entrendres.a $STUDENTS GET CASH

separate line. 8. Please pick up a "Good News" Card at the Alligator For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy
372-1226." W. Umv Ave-next to Central
3. There can be no refunds or credits after an ad is to notify individuals of their upcoming Love-Lines City. 4-3075-15'

accepted. Lovelines are typeset the day they are message.
received no matter how far in advance of Jamaica Jam $1993 Niles $319' Niles.
: date. 9. No extra charge for LoveLines$400: for 4 lines, any Hotel/Air Anytime. Ochos or Negril Doro
publication additional lines /are $1.00.t thys Travel Professionals 904-377-'600.
4. No last names or manner of address which identifies '1-25-10-15
Deadline for Love-Lines is 4:00: p.m., Wed. Feb. 7th.
the addressee to third be used ad.
a party can in an Sorry, no ads can be accepted after deadline has passed. JOIN US TODAY for our daily $2 69 deli
NO EXCEPTIONS. sandwich special, w/free '16 oz. drink. BAGELS .
UNLIMITED '1620 W University i 1.
22-10-15'

Appearing Wednesday, February 14th

Must arrive before 4 p.m. Wed. February 7thEnclose MARDI GRASCome

party with us at the world largest
party! 2/22.25/90 R/T/ bus, 2 nights hotel
your check or bring to: Name party pass, taxes. $169/person' based on
"" '.' '" quad occ. Breakaway Tours 377-6369. 1
and mail .
to: Address
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P.O. Box 14257 City St._Zip SKYDIVE

Gainesville, FL 32604 1105 W. University Ave. Phone Skydive with the Williston Skydivers 336-
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A student hotline designed for you. Call to
express your concerns, Offer new Ideas
and find out how you can get involved In
Student Government and the Vision Party;
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- Hotline number: 336-7322 January 17.24

6pm -9pm The Vision Party...Because
Seeing Is Believing. 1-22-1-15'
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30% off most tennis rackets B4 U buy or
f ? - - - - - - - even mail order come to EZ Tennis U
must save with usl' 34th St. Plaza 372-
2257. 1-26-5-15'
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1., All racquetball racket 30% oft! When others
go low EZ Tennis will go lower, Give
below for additional lines needed at additional charge of $1.00 lino.
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around town A see why our name I II EZ.
No obscene or foreign language. Tennis! 1-26-5-15 '
No lat names or Identifiable descriptions.
Minimum Charge I II $4 00 for 4 lines. No abbreviation of Valentine's Dsy. Tennis balls now $1.88-limit 2 canal! Let's
Each additional' line $1.00 per line._ NO EXCEPTIONS get 1990 rolling; at EZ Tennis our goal I is
to tell lower than anyone. Check u* out!
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PERSONALSSKI CONNECTIONSFAST


SALE Great selection of quality ski CASH FOR FAST TIMES -- Best
weil'' won i last long at these prices Jelery & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave 371.
Come by today' Brasington Trail Shop GEMS 1-25-10-16
2331 NW 13th Sir 1-25-10-15 PROTECT YOURSELF !
TOP CASH FOR GOLD silver-diamonds I
We buy Gold, Cash Checks, & make loanson etc New or used or broken Best Jeweleryand
ANYTHING Best Jewlery & Loan 523 Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-GEMS
NW 3rd Av. 371-GEMS 1-35-10-15 1-25-10-16

CASH In your hand is better than unused CHECK CASHING no ID required. FREE

items in a drawer or vault Best Jewlery a MONEY ORDERS Best Jewlery & Loan There are ways to reduce the risk of HIV
Loan-Ga nesville's largest 371-4367 1 1. 523 NW 3rd Ave 371GEMS. 1-25-101-6
25-10-15 infection as well as health procedures to follow
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Student Loans & Financial Aid No one
GET ACQUAINTED WITH ONE OF THE refused with good collateral. EZ terms- once HIV infection has been diagnosed. Don'tbe
ALL TIME BEST SELLERS! Acts is offering Best Jewelery' A Loan 371GEMS. 1-25-
a variety of Bible studies, tailored to 10-16 dangerously misinformed. Learn all you can
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LADY GATORSfrom Early in the game it looked like a pair of free throws with 54 seconds
AMERICAN WINN-DIXIE page 24 nothing but a UF rout would hap- remaining for a 78-76 UF
CANCERSOCIETY' pen. After falling behind 7-2, UF lead. Scott, who scored a team-
HOPE LODGE second place on the SEC career emerged from a timeout pressing high 22 points, answered with a
Florida Division Inc list, hit a pair oflong jumpers in MSU ((8-9, 0-3)) all over the court, pair of her own, tying the score at
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gave UF an 88-86 lead with 2:14: Gators capitalized upon for a 30-20 throws, setting the stage for
remaining, one it never relin Washington's gamesaver.A .

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h And Washington didn't let up a Shirley Walker threepointerclosed pretty well. Sophia Witherspoonbroke
business with her overtime-forcing basket, UF's lead to 38-37 at the out of a minor shooting
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. I Phelps : LSU a national crown contenderUnited SEC Standings

..L. SEC Overall
em Conference lead, dominated the National Invitational Tourna- Alabama will be at Tennessee on LOUISiana State 4.2 12.3
Press International 4-2 13.4
Notre Dame at both ends of the ment on Nov. 17 and a sevenpointupset Tuesday and plays host to Auburnon Tennessee Alabama 4-2 a.1
NEW ORLEANS Notre court as All-American Chris Jack- at Mississippi State on Jan. Saturday. Kentucky 4-3 11-1
Dame's believesNo. had 21 and LSU's two 4 can't be counted when Vanderbilt 3.3 10-5
Digger Phelps son points pre- Kentucky, reduced to a shell of Georgia 3.3 10.5
12 Louisiana State is a definite 7-footers freshman Shaquille viewing the Tigers'chances for the its former self in the wake of NCAA Ole Miss 3.3 8.g
contender for this year's NCAA O'Neal and sophomore Stanley national title. probation and a coaching change, Auburn UF 2.4 2-4 5-11 8-7
basketball championship."To Roberts had 17 and 18 respec- "Those losses aren't negatives," climbed to the.500 mark Saturdaywith MIss. State 2.5 a.8Sund.y'
me, that's a Final Four tively while controlling the back- Phelps said. "In my mind, LSU is a barrage of three-pointers .Result
team," Phelps said after the Tigers boards. obviously a Final Four team." ((17-for-37)). The Wildcats had runs LOUISiana State' 70,Alabama 55
thrashed the Fighting Irish 87-64 "We wanted to go inside with In other Southeastern Confer of 12 and eight unanswered points Salurdey'Results
on national television audienceand the ball," Phelps said. "But LSU ence basketball action Saturday, late in the contest after trailing LouIsiana MIIIIIslppl State State 87,96 Notre.UF Dame 73 84
in front of a crowd of more intimidates you when you try to do Derrick Miller made 24 of his 28 midway through the second half. Ole Miss 14,Georgia 74
than 44,000 (a record 68,000 tick that." points on three-pointers, leading Glass, No. 2 in SEC scoring Auburn Kentucky 82 as,Vanderbilt,Tennessee 7a 83
ets were sold) in the Superdome, LSU coach Dale Brown thoughtit Kentucky to a 95-83 victory over ((24.2 ppg) behind LSU's Jackson Tuesday'Game
where the Super Bowl will be would be a tough game."I previous league co-leader Tennessee ((29.1 ppg), also had 12 rebounds Alabama Wedn.sd.y'al Tennessee Games
played next week."There's told the guys coming in that ; Gerald Glass had 34 points to against Georgia. Vanderbilt at. UF
not many teams who this game was going to be won in pace Ole Miss to a 84-74 victoryover "He can do it all shoot, re- Ole Georgia Mill al al LouIsiana MIssISsippi State State
are going to be like LSU come the pits,"Brown said. "It would be Georgia; and Auburn edged bound, pass," said Georgia's Alec Kentucky Auburn
March," Phelps said. "They have left up to who dives on the floor Vanderbilt 82-79. Kessler, who had a 30-point after Saturdey'Games
Auburn Alabama
everything they need, and we for loose balls and who fights for LSU and Alabama both play noon. "He makes their other play UF II Louisiana.1 State
found that out pretty quick." rebounds. I think we controlledthat three conference games this week. ers do so much better because you Tennessee.t Georgia
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I Gymnasts make improvements beat Kentucky I l


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By SHARON GINN while senior Karen Brennalt, who '.. a a tyr
Alligator Writer took third, also achieved a per-
sonal high mark with a 9.65.
Although the UP gymnasticsteam "Every week,we just wait for the
won last week's season beam event," Weaver said. "We
opener by more than seven points, wait very nervously, and when it
it seemed that meet was more of a goes as well as it did tonight, it's a
dress rehearsal than opening coach's dream."

night. Junior Pam Titus, who didn't
When the Gators ((3-0 overall, 1-0 compete on the beam last week,
in the Southeastern Conference) scored her best on that event witha
defeated Kentucky ((2-1,0-1)) in the 940. Adding the routine enabledher
O'Connell Center Friday night, to be an all-arounder earlier in
that was more like competition. the season than even she ex-
Unlike their opener, the Gators pected."I .
had three gymnasts competing in didn't know I was doing beam

the all-around in- ________ until (Thursday),"
stead of two, and Titus said. "I pan- .
they weren't dropping Junior > icked."
like flies from I 301 But Weaver had

the balance beam TitUS SCO red her confidence.
this time. "She doesn't
So, therefore, best on the] beam think of herself as

success was exwith a Qpected .tlQ being a beam
said "
worker, Weaver
coach Ernestine said. "She didn't
Weaver, but victory wasn't as- really have a dismount last year.
sured. But she's a very good competitor."
'That's natural," Weaver said. That competitive spirit helped
"We basically just had the first Titus place third in the all-around
meet under our belts. The coach- with a 37.45. Kentucky's Lee
ing staff told them that they could Wisnewski took second with a
lose to Kentucky.It's the best team 37.70, while Brennalt won overall
they've ever had. I think that they with a 38.15. It was the second
just weren't ready to let it go quiteso consecutive meet victory for
easily." Brennalt,a vault specialist who has
UF improved its score by nearly emerged this season as UFs top
four points compared to last weekin all-arounder.
its 188.45-182.20 victory over That's a real satisfying thing for
Kentucky. Most of that increasecan me," Weaver said. "Now that she
be attributed to the gymnasts' is a senior, she's quit fighting it SUZETTE COOK- AUIGAfOHSr
beam performances.Last (her potential). She sees an opportunity Gators gymnast Karen Brennalt scored a personal best 9.65 on the balance beam Friday night.

week,sophomore Christina to play a lead role." 9.55 and 9.45.Wisnewski. UF swept the floor exercise, an peted in three events and won.two
McDonald won the event with a Brennalt, last year's SEC cham- also placed third in event that usually yields its highest of them, may be a contender for
930. Friday night, she scored a pion in the vault, won that event the uneven bars with a 9.40. McDscores.. Brennalt took third with a the all-around this season.
9.70 her collegiate high and with a 9.60. Kentucky's Amie Winn onald took second on bars with a 9.55.1itus and sophomore Melissa Ankle problems have kept her
placed only second. Junior Tracy and Wisnewski took second and 9.45, and Wilson took top honors Kutcher tied for first with a 9.60. from competing in the vault for the
Wilson won the event with a 9.75, third, respectively, with scores of with a 9.50. Weaver said Wilson, who comGators..


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'''t.\tw\ ...( : '" After loss to Texas, Gators rebound 24 hours later to beat KentuckyBy
,;list .
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UF track team member Dion Bent-,, Alligator Writer "We got to see some kids feated the Gators for the fourth time in a
ley,who set a Southeastern Conference'!, ( ) that row, 60-53. It was a relatively close score
After losses to Texas Fri- against Kentucky
indoor,long Jump record of 26 feet, 5,. hard-fought on for the meet, since last season Texas de-
inches in,his first collegiate event last ." Gainesville day night and a red-eye flight back the UFmen's to didn't get to go to .Texas.They're feated the UF men by 23 points.
Saturday
,week/heads1t.1ist of track-and field early morning,
freshmen'who"'were.,named'to .(USA and women's swimming and diving starting to show The Lady Gators also had trouble keep-
teams should have been too tired to tangle
Today's All-USA- high; .school, .,. "track and, with Kentucky in the O'Connell Center on signs of improvement. It ing up with the second-ranked Texas
field teanVjf; ':,Ha ': vBentley.twho '" women ((5-0)). The Lady Longhorns left UFr
Jumped t'26/9 J/4: to Saturday night. was just good to see them in their wake with a 64-49 victory, eveningthe
the least bit tired it
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the
,
break Carl)14w is':R".P record,also was,: were series at six victories apiece.
I difficult to tell. Both squads managedto start coming around.
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hurdle and,tW'390 hr# s.. ,," ,,! ;;, pound the Wildcats. Randy Reese Junior Martin Zubero and sophomore
,Other:GjMk''' ;jtelist:, ( top io In, the\ 62-51 victory,while the No. 4 women ((11-1))' swim coach against Texas. Zubero took top honors in
; s,(ranked r i"", defeated the Lady Wildcats,7241. the 200 individual medley ((1:50.01): ) and the
: "' .. UF posted' the victories without much with a score of 245.40, and placed secondin
In '\:: ;:J, ; 200 backstroke ((1:48.33): ), and swam the
':'t'w '" the Ust., :j i"':u help from its top swimmers, most of whom the 3-meter ((255.3)). Justice won the 3- lead leg for the winning 400 medley relay.
,'Sprinters h M1 ird1er" d Ivnifi\Taylor.,"'\ took it easy after the tough Texas meet. meter. competition with a score of 263.1.
"named to,ttfeeWtae*&Field flew,,1969 fi fif \ "We got to see some kids that didn't get Sophomore Kristen Linehan qualified for Nesty won the 200 butterfly ((1:48.42): ) bye-
f national prep tadoor t.eanreceived, (he to go to Texas,"UF coach Randy Reese said. the NCAA Championships with a time of three seconds,and swam on the 400 medley
honor:/dr'-lTecordiag, the' fastest'high "They're starting to show signs of Improvement 2:02.16: in her victory in the 200 backstroke. relay and the first-place 400 free relay.
"school time l ;tiw' 56'meters ,$::0,1.81' It was just good to see them start Although some of UFs top swimmers
,lIeCOnd"N \ f I' ,,:; 1\t.r'\ : ''' .. coming around." took Saturday night easy, freshman Whit- The Lady Gators won six events, all with
.'Also'' '.1flrkland'was*.lour-tirne*,. Reese placed freshman Alyn Towne and ney Hedgepeth, a consistent champion for times under NCAA qualifying standards.
Giambalvo his "most the Lady Gators this season, won the 50
'Okt!; tathe.loagjiimp./' ) ; sophomore Vince on Hedgepeth won the 200 individual medley;
She :" jr the triple jump 43"'? Improved"list in the meet against Kentucky. ((23.93)) and the 100 free ((51.20)) events. ((2:02.40): ) and the 500 freestyle ((4:45.45): ).
''weJtII'I;) 'i.\ \'i'IIi.\,. :t: ''t,;;,, ..tIi' iV,;. Towne won the 100-yard()( freestyle in 46.69 "She's a great swimmer," Reese said. She also lowered the team best time by 18
W l men ."receiving seconds, while Giambalvo took two events "She's one of those that are capable of 'seconds in her second-place swim in the
'honerafcfc'. Scott Paters (middletHflSZSK -''" the 200 free ((1:41.48): ) and 500 free swimming when they're tired." 1,000 freestyle ((9:45.67): ).

terl ter);:,, ((4:40.40): ). UFs top swimmers, however, were not
Marcel ... 1 ) and Tom Jon?' Meanwhile, freshmen divers Cristina taking it easy in the Texas meet Friday Other winners: Sophomore Jane Ken-
dan .., 'i'ijS\Mtf&::,, ., Cabrera and Tara Justice earned a trip to night Despite having what Reese describedas won the 200 free ((1:48.78): ), senior Julie"i'
jof' ,
.*.. ,to,-, !\ '\':;" *,TLLJkL_| *** *-*\vfTr lexington Ky., for the NCAA Diving Qual- "some great swims," the UF teams Gorman won the 200 butterfly ((1:59.52): ) and
,
": \"" .. 1J1I\j; \ \ ,11 "',n' :,;." *, ifying Meet Cabrera won the 1-meter event couldn't quite swim fast!!t_enough I! Lea Loveless<<:.l .won the,200_back (201.07: ). 4I



24. MONDAY JANUARY 22,1990SPORTS


I




ROAD KILL




Cellar-dwelling MSU routs visiting Gators 98-73

proud for them.They deserve to win a game like this."
undermanned Gators proved to be the perfect team
Road games the Bulldogs to get healthy against. While most of the
basketball team.Mississippi at UF has been focused on players off the team,
Bulldogs used a balanced offense and aggressive
Southeastern to win.
night to Davis and Scott Stewart led UF with 14 points
in Starkville, Davis added 11 rebounds and Renaldo Garcia scored

loss.The .
Gators, guard Tony Watts excited the 5,898 partisan crowd
Schintzius and reserve role, scoring 21 points on 8-for-12 shooting.
in the Cameron Burns added 19 points and 12 rebounds.
Vanderbilt at for a while, the Gators looked ready to hand the
And in a Bulldogs a loss at home.
the Gators had They stayed close in
cently 12 the first half behind the
tories over the 62 percent three.point shooting of
MSU posted its night the sophomore Brian
ference win in Hogan and Stewart, a
After a slim : this Season. freshman. Hogan hit
time,the three three-pointers and
of 66 shots
,
the Gators Stewart added two as
ond half, and the Gators hit-ightofllthreepointers
9-6,2-5. to keep
But the within two-40.38-at()
entirely MSU's intermission.

Gators 19 to the Gators probably should have stayed in the locker
Gators 37-31. The Bulldogs came out rejuvenated, shooting 65
in the second half to hand the Gators their second
Yet the most
MSU shot defeat.

doom centage allowed the end of the game, the Bulldogs had gone deep into
game without bench as 11 players played in the game with nine
percent this .
And missing
man defense "from United Press International was used in
steals report.

Gators managed ((73)-) Jackson 150-02, Poole 3110-0' $' Civil6132514, Garcia470010,
"Mississippi f 1 1.2 2-4 5,T. Schmuiu I 44 0-18,Hogan 352211,Gnnwlty 13123. ,Stewart 6-8
Let 0-10.00,Town 29.017-14 73
and
pride really STATE((96))-Caner 682312. Bums 8.10 3-8111, Nicholl 4.9 0-0 8,
looked good to 21"I'm 5-62312,Smith 4-12 0-0 9,Merrm 2-2 0.15,Wan 812 2.2 21,Woodard 3-41 1.2
from the outset. 1-2123,Hooper 0.10-0 0.Peterson 0.0 0.10.Tola41-6(112098,
-MSU 40.UF 38 Three-point9oal' -UF814Hooan35( ,Garcia 2-3, Stewart
REGGIE GRANT -ALLIGATOR MSU coach 1.1,Gnmsley/ Jackson 01)), MSU 5-7 (Wan, 3-4)), Smith 1 1-2, Merrill 1-1)),
of his struggling out-none Total foul-UF 19, MSU 13 Rebounds Of 31 (Davis 11)), MSU 37
Guard Brian Hogan (pictured against Tennessee last ( 12)),Assist-UF 10(Grimstey 3)),MSU 22(HartsfwM' 8)),Technical lour-nor,A
week) scored 11 points in UF's losing effort Sunday. "Our guys ,


Golfers take Lady .x


fourth placeFour win in

times was one time too ;!11
many for the UF women's golf :::1t
team. If GREGG DOYEL "

After three consecutive yearsof Alligator Writer

holding the prestigious Okla- With the Scoreboard showing 12
homa State/Guadalajara In- and Mississippi State leading the Lady (
vitational title, the Lady Gators point guard Camille Ratledge looked
could not do it again Saturday, Casandra Washington and gave her
placing fourth in the two-day and shoot.
tournament in Guadalajara, Washington took the order, raced
Mexico. Ratledge pass at halfcourt and pulled -" '. n
UF shot rounds of 321, 309 swish with ::07 showing on the clock ,:: AlII. r
and 309 for a team total of 939, 80 and sent the game into overtime, : .' $JI.
, led by senior Lisa Hackney,who for a 91-87 Southeastern '- "
finished in a tie for fourth indi- O'Connell Center. .., '
vidually at 226. No other Lady "We didn't have time for a set play, I
Gator finished in the top 10. Coco (Washington) and told her to take t
Tulsa claimed the team title "I wanted her to shoot.
with a 311-302-293-906. Host The victory halted a four-game
, Oklahoma State was runner up Gators, improving their record 10-6(
at 912, while Texas was third For Washington and Ratledge, the
with 935. over the Lady Bulldogs since arriving
OSU took the top two individ- -was even sweeter.
ual spots. Mamie McGuire This was our last year, last chance
placed first, carding a 76-72- Camille and I really wanted it bad,"
72-220. Carolyn McKenzieand Were it not for the pair's late game
Tulsa's Carin Hialmarssontied win over MSU since 1986 couldn't
for second at 224. Ratledge, who handed out 14 assists E. ANN STODOARO
JASON DAVIS, Ratliff fouls UF forward Rhvonja.Smith.as
.
see Lady Gatora, page she goes for a layup during Saturday's 80-78 overtime victory.'I' .



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the inlepetileiiiIt.florida Not ocinlyaocaI wilh he n,.rsI ooy 01r o'a VOLUME 83, NUMBER 86 PasbyCbmpc.CQmmucahons Inc Di Gu nosy InrIda MONDAY, JANUARY 22. 1990 Job-seekers gear up for Expo.13 Gators find on-court troubles against Mississippi State .24 Police describe suspect in Willis murder case By MIKE BRUSCEa Alligator Writer Although Gainesville police more detailed description ofthe suspected murderer of UF graduate Ronald Worth Willib Friday. the calls they received during the weekend haven't led to an arrest, police said "We'vegotten some callsand we're encouraged by that,' spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said "It's better than nothing at all "s The suspect is described as a young, light-skinned black male in his late teens to early 20s, approximately 6 feet tall and weighing 250 pounds with a roll of fat around his stomach front Theur's ead lght are set wide apart and close to the ground Willis, a Pi Kappa Alpha iraternity nemreleased a ber, was murdered early Wednesday mornS Suspect and large, non-muscular arms He wore a gold earring in his left ear, and has a gold front tooth and visible decay of his other front teeth He also might have a mustache, Darnell said. There was no description of his companion The car is described as large and dark-colored, with a large amount of chrome on the Ing on the lips block of NW I irst Avenue behind his fra rmty house during an argument with the suspecI T e assailant shot Willis i the face from an estimated 2 ti 3 feet away, then drove off WilIs died at Alachua General Hospital later that morning Joel Thornpkins, a cook at Balls Oyster & Wing Bar, said Wednesday that he saw Willis there Tuesday mugh, bun fdit ance hi get mto any argue l)arnell sad it )s unlikely Wil Ins was followed by the sui spoeA s to N orthwest First Avenue "We have the impression he (the suspect) appeared suddenly," Darnell sand Police are asking anyone with information about the murder to call Gainesville police Detective Chuck Jempson at 174-2456 Roe ruling remembered Don't rock the boat Members of the Delta Upsilon fraternity took third place in the Rock the Raft contest held during the UF vs. Kentucky swim meet Saturday night. The object of the contest was to see how many fraternity members could swim to the raft and balance on it within two minutes Opponents, supporters By DEBWIE CENZIPER Alligator Writer Few anniversanes stir as much emotion as the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling of 1973 Seventeen years after the Supreme Court raled in favor of granting states the right to legalize abortions, pm-choice activists and anti-abortionists around the country are coamemorating the decision and looking ahead to future battles Both sidestepped up theirefforts lastJuly when the Supreme Court gave states the right to enact legislation restricting abortion in Webster vs. Reproductive Health Services. Florida became the first state to consider restrictions. "Everyone was upset about it," said Donna Burnell, director of Gainesville Women's Health Center and pro-choice activist. 'The average person really came out of the woodwork to publicly support us. mark 17th anniversary "Roe is Wade is the foundation of freedom for women in America,' she said in 1973, the Supreme Court limited the powers of state governments by ruling that the decision to have an abortion during the first three months of pregnancy rested solely with the woman and her doctor "Women didn't want the government in their bedrooms anymore," Burnell said A 1989 national poll of more than 200.000 college freshmen revealed an increase in support for legalized abortion six months after the Supreme Court returned powers to state governments. Support for legalized abortion had remaned stable at about 56percent since 1977, but jumped to 64 7 percent m 1989 "An abrupt change in student attitudes of this magnitude in just one year is most unusual," said Alexander Astin, a UCLA edsee Abortion, page 14 Turner back on suspension at Sandeen's request yMIE DAME and RON KASuIME Alligator Staff Writers A UF administrator requested that UF basketball player Tim Turner be placed back on suspension Friday after a brief reinstatement, despite school policy that sates students may participate in athletics unti fland guilty of i fteisg Jin M AF fairs. Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen said Sunday night he made the unusual request ina Friday meeting with Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger and Student Services Dean James Scott. Interim UF basketball coach Don DeVoe had reinstated Thrner Friday morning, but received word from Axnsprgr Its tht night to mespead him bWitse the GAIDV loss to Mississippi State Saturday. "In this recent case involving UF basketball, I requested the players be withheld until matters can be resolved with Student Judicial Afy fairs," Sandeen said. "Charges are pending against students in this particular case so I asked that the basketball coach reuspend himy 'he only criminal charges that are pending are against center Dwane Schintius who ao Was suspended with Turner for their involvement in a disturbance at a UF fraternity party last week. Schintaius may face a misde meanor charge, State Attorney Len Register said, but Turner is not involved in criminal proceedings. When asked why Turner had to be placed back on suspension even though he isn't facing criminal charges, Sandeen replied: 0I camnot comment on specific chartp. -I I but they do involve more than one student" Sandeen's request goes against Student Judicial Affairs policy, which states that only in extreme cases can students be withheld from athletic activities. 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JARY 22, Liq CAMPUS NEWS J Pipe bomb found in fraternity house J iiitldi I i To i ivirsity Ioitt ,t o (Il [oe Lar rw) I piiloi 'ir i Itc t uni tmbErs ls ilav cicght ,11,llv loli 11 111 1 11 1 Inn Ie riIiiIIa tIIIIIy s Ii i ii a Iod I'rcmbhjmbtau reportedly Itli Io r-ted l T .bI Ilell S. r !.rmiu 'f l t iI(tlI wIiI .ItII I illhaf s5 e( ( O v ilItLI lhY Cie Q ,ilti tic allo rmil et i x Ins t ppe inrfb in hr I II I'e 1 it riIcv prtstIliit hI t aled FSI law Iiulorilttmit outccals lo te t ill I lt'itber had gulls Ii I house UI sI( dnt ie v d I Statilord [if ht nl with b nakicna ci e lplotvc (Levtt IR ( s spokesirIon it Nislh su I1 they are "'[LV)( 1l, their i Ouldc i e L)ro tt[ .SIsptnI TIOn for L imltc tterrntl length t ne. distissal froni tile I lHen or Iefrtl'ont Ill l silCSon l J Disqualification challenged \ lawsu it s kicig 14) evtt (fir tic diualt itindcl %I I live reiav it l t 5u o, iidnts inm knot spring's .iI kiiiiiLI Iee tolls would Ilern tle V 1 r1 o I I< 1inl nl IS 1 stat )Itdy. o f Jadv Steil}[ (,r.e Ficth acnd li lit atonl tiled the suit atter tiy reivetil the mosl volts hr IreIsIIrr and slunIt Iristee bll were ded ared ineligible Nt ruse of linpaign rule untractmrns Rted tre, the students' j1liii tq, sdIl lIcrcIiii aci KurIh's Ittdtms of Siel all SIOu iat.It I Iglits we-rt inirmenotd upon stat und Iederi] constitution, perlt iL lt le associite nor polti Ial reta,>N dilI )Frrhbil laws runI inIrilg upon that righi However, I iverty Itcior ney Fred Heinrich said I ee nnfst prove CA is Sultarate and apari" front he tiTmversity J Smoking banned on campus A new policy prohibiig smoking im irivwt fly owned buildings will go tcflc [tefelt 10 1.l the University of Callornia, Santi BIarbara, mi lit ellort "Imaintain a safe and healil lnvcrcirtleiH!," tli I)atty Aexus reported Uit Sri will ldol a nI o -slmiktpokg lt Inr L oor buldcngs, txcepat I designated cesidtl il jets or outdoor the Umiversity'% kuoretnt mlokn foolity allows smoking Ili SII ndoor areas but gives nensiokers priority cli tudauntis with bhi Smnorktr, Inl Fom nmokers WHAT'S HAPPENING It's a jungle Rceiii dihtits ill s[)nk rin simln cl g lilt C or lilt Lt' uiiii-l I lilt Is 'i( 11ar VI l it ,un I r ;.1 \onl!,in it 0 1 \lie Ii i I wil '.l toriL i 2 Ill Ir l 'il II iii cli Sellers prepare. 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1ONDA [ANUARY I!"'. AILZATR.i Police, students in altercation By MIKE 8RUSCELL Alligator writer Although UF police say a traf fic stop near ligert fall [hurs day night turned into a fight between an officer and two ITE students. one of the students in volved said she was just trying to leave the scene Lesley S. Gamble, 32, 318 NF Second Ave., and Craig I Saper, 29, 420 NE Fifth St were arrested shortly after 9 40 p m. for attacking a UF police officer who was writing Gamble a ticket, police spokeswoman Angie Tipton said Gamble and Saper began fighting with UF police Officer Steve Mossburg after he tried to write the woman a ticket for not having a bicycle headlight, Tipton said. "She raked her nails across the police officer's face and knocked his glasses off, and lie hit the officer across the collarbone," Tipton said. Mossburg, who was on foot patrol, (id not require medical reatmentTI Gamble, a liberal arts and Sc, ences graduate studeTtr who teaches English, said she never scratched Mossburg Mossburg stopped Gamble between ligert Hall and UF's main entrance at about 9-40p m after she n)de her bicycle past a stop sign without stopping As he was preparing to write Gamble a ticket, she said she couldn't atturd to pay the ticket, and started riding away, Tipton said Mossburg grabbed the bicycle's handlebars when Saper arrived on foot and pushed the officer away Gamble threw the bicycle down and nted to walk away, When Mossburg stopped her the fight began, Tipton said Gamble did not remember Saper pushing Mossburg. but said she did try to leave, "I said repeatedly, I'm tired. I'm getting upset I'm going home,"' Gamble said. As she walked away, Gamble said Moss. burg grabbed her leI Orm., I itTI beld both her urm'S hold htr back Siper, who had left lt get friends, ran back when she screamed, Gamble said Saper said he sipped be Iween (ambrleand Mossburg because she satd Mossburg was hurlig her. but (lid nor hit him in the collarbone Mossburg's glasses fell off when he bumped into them, Saper said. 'All I did was intervene to separate them," he said Both students were arrested after other police officers arrived, and were released from the Alachua County jail Friday afternoon If Gamble or Saper are found guilty of battery ofa law enforcement officer -a third degree felony -they could go to jail for up to five years. Gamble said she was unsure whether she'd ile a complaint against Mossburg, but said she plans on denying the charges in court "It wasn't battery," she said. Vision party faces charges, fine By JUDY A. PLUNKETY Aligator Staff Writer Student Government elections are three weeks away, but the Vision party already faces charges of two campaign violations and a possible $100 fine Vision party presidential candidate Michael Browne said he saw nothing wrong with having Kevin Mayeux ans 9 nounce his vice-presidential candidacy Spring during Tuesday night's Student Senate 11 meeting But at the meeting, Mayeux also asked senators and observers to support the Vision party, a move Elections Supervisor Tim Crowley said constitutes campaigning -a definite mistake before Feb. 5 Crowley said he filed a complaint against Vision with the Elections Commission and commissioners will hear the party's comments sometime this week "I never really thought 'support' meant vote," Browne said "I thought support' meant working on the party Crowley also filed a complaintagastVision for G lectons 90 Crowl Visit first I an advertisement the party placed in The Alligator Wednesday that asked students to call the party's hot line. He said he rled the complaint because it violated three election rules. All ads must be cleared through him, but thisone wasn't The ad also does not have "Paid Political Advertisement" at the bottom, and ey said it is campaign material on party spokesman Marna Weston said the vo violations happened because students unfamiliar with election rules had placed the ad without his knowledge. He said the party will stand behind its ad, but the mistake will not happen again. sUIE rFI cooh AL tGA TOR Al Krause, UF solid waste coordinator, wraps up pallets of phone books collected on campus over the past week for the recycling program. Officials pleased with results of phone book recycling drive By NICOLE SNEED Alligator Writer GF students and faculty let their fingers do the collecting last week during the first campus phone book recycling drive Students dropped off their 1989 phone books at one of four tables or several area boxes and dumpsters located around campus "We basically started out with a goal of 20,000 phone books, and it looks like we've met i[," said Al Krause, UF solid waste coordma tor "[He university community lid a fantastic job' Students and faculty members loaded the books onto a semi-tractor trailer Friday and Saturday The books were delivered to Jacksonville. where they will be consolsdated with other books from other citiesand counties luy will be sent to Veniicli, Whitre hey will be shrede (I ii ako eau Ton or hlomts nol busno., Krause sa Student Governent recytiing coordinator liad Ietegil sad I was impressed that li.nvironumenta Action Group ,teminbei s, SG candid dates and UP faculty turned out Saturday moriing to load the truck So rue of the ph y si al plait I admiistraiors put in1 theIr0wTI [rle, Ielcgal said ''t was o igh wo k lI'm still sore from it Heather Weiner, recytling chairwoman for FAG, was surprised to Find that many partic' pants didn't know they would receive a coupon for a free, Coke see Recycle, page 15

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Irt'.' miii a-md ,,ie woman. armeId with s killed in Peru 14 I IN \ lin Iw4(' ml Ibtg1o2 i Iran denounces Soviet use of force ill NI{E i Ill -i \mImiI V ndri t /d to Sio ( mnu lut *ml ,Ltt L> L rt) i [ \il mslf m Iiasiraii~ims 1.i Somti'I \/irtiiliamt is [htiuijsn]iits '>C Z 'Mi1.fimi s o til ii,1 rm ) 1 m n 1 r S tlitiial ,iiflr m1v1 1 Ihot lao at \LI"' ot it Il' ihci:cm, sp,[ ikis Mlphli Kaii sud hlie LI orom 1, j)Josofs l ll t l J1. torte i soviet Azer suvwIt ticat 1,is aii hwh-rship should know [ll( [ ll,' ILL idlent is not io siolfu m Io th problem mm' \/'u biiumn i e r d IV I r~irun I foreign lirnsiry apptalei (or in ruo 1 if, vImL] ml ,md I ],Llgi alo ibetll w i \e(n Moslems acnd Ilme Mcumsl rv a I orgIn Alairs expresses deep -1,1 (Iver It inipfrolpr measures and seriously ALUl' h1 r gmovtiic[tuint l 10hat violent enr-ounter wml the people of A/serbajin, the statement said 11f' sLitemIer! wis IssIced after Presideni Akbr FllshenuRlsaijajic met with lran's National Seturty ( iiLl to disCUss Lh sitI4U1:iii Ill Soviet \arbajan. which is adjacent it an Iranin region I h [he same I elran radio. moiit tored Iii Athens, said thousands of peo ple arrived in the I ran an border city oI Astara on the Caspian Sea durmig the weekend Tehran's state owned IslamiC Republt News Agency said -,,O(M)Soviet AzerbaijansdeFied Moscow andcrossed the closed border with [ran last week. but almost all returned home alter a few hours An IRNA dispatch said the Soviet miltary closed the border crossing poit opposite the town of idelh Sowar, some 300 miles northwest of Tehran, where more than 53)0 people crossed over on Iday to attend mass prayer ceremonies Soviet helicopters I ew over border Lrossimg points, tile news agency said 12 shot in Colombia after surrender rejected MhilI IN, Colombu(P) -Unknown gunmen shot 12 people to death on a farm in an area of central Colombia where both leftist guerillas and drug tralickers are active, pokie said Sunday The shooting came as the government, which has rejected a conditional surrender offer made by a drug cartel, extradited another ding suspect to face trial in the United States, seixd several properties near Bogota belonging to suspected Cali cartel member (o1herto Rodngue( Orejtuela and raided a major nar Cones Jaboranor v Three carloads of grianed drove onto the Villa Angelica ranch Saturday afternoon, tied up 10 men and two women and shot them, police said The killings occurred in La Caldera, a town 60 miles northeast of Medellmn, headquarters of Colombia's largest drug cartel Army troops and police were dispatched to the area to search for the gunmen Police said Sunday they did not know any motive for the killings Anti-government guerilla groupsalso have been active in the area. The seizures of property occurred last Thursday, a police spokesman said, but were not immediately publicized on the chance that Orejuela might return to one of his homes in Bogota. Orejuela. 51. is wanted in the United States on charges of trafficking cocame and money laundering Among the seizures were three homes and three apartments allegedly belonging to the reputed drug lord Residents believe Stuart case racially biased BOSTON (UPI) -A majority of Boston residents believe there was racial bias in the Carol Stuart murder investigation and about two-thirds believe the case has hurt race relations in the city, according to polls released Sunday But a large majority of residents also believe that blackcommunity leaders "have gone too far" in saying the investigation of the shooting, initially blamed on a black man, was an "assault" on the minority community, the surveys indicated. A poll conducted for the Boston Herald and WCVBTV found that 56 percent of the 503 respondents agreed there was racial bias in law enforcement handling of the Oct 21 shooting Among the 400 Boston residents surveyed in a poll for the Boston Globe and WBZ-fV poll, blacks and whites differed significantly over police handling of the case. over mitial reports a black gunman was responsible for Stuart's death and on whether Boston is a safe city. Both polls had a margin of error of 5 percent Police now believe Charles Stuart fabricated astry about a black gunman kidnapping, robbing and shooting him and his wife last Oct 23 Charles Stuart jumped to his death into Boston HarbortJan 4aspolice sought to arrest him in his wife's slaying The city's blackcommunityexpressed outrageover media reports before Charles Stuart's death that Willamn Bennett, a black Boston man, was the prime suspect in the Carol Stuart slaying. 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MORE OPINIONS White student group inspires mixed reactions Let's join to fight the system, not each other Editor: Why s there a Black History Monthi Because every month of the year, since the Europeans set out io conquer and enslave the rest of the world, there ha been whine history month Why is there an affirmative action pro gramforAfrican Americans and otherinder represented groups? Because every day of the year is an affirmative action program for whites. The idea of having a white student union is deep-down racist Don't be fooled just because they didn't wear white sheets to their first meeting It takes a lot less courage to blame black people for your inability to get into college or law school, than to face up to the truth about how this society is rmn -by rich, white men for rich, white men Even if you have the white skin privilege and the male privilege, if you're not rich, or at least upper middle class, it's nearly impossible to pay for college anymore That's not because a black person took your place, it's because the Reagan administration slashed college grants and loans, while tuition and bookcostshave gone through the roof. Low-and middle-income blacks are, as usual, losing out much more than whites as a result of these cuts The American Council on Education just released a report on Jan 15, that says college participation rates for low-income, while, high-school graduates rose slightly to 38 8 percent in 1988 from 36 8 percent in 1976 Low-income, black high school graduates had their college participation rates fall during the same period to 30 3 percent from 39.8 percent. Middle-income blacks had a similar drop to 36 2 percent from 52 7 perThe government knows that if the students got together and blamed the real culprit, instead of blaming each other, they'd be forced to put more money in education. Which would mean they'd have to stop giving tax breaks to their big business buddies, giving exclusive contracts on useless weapons systems, bailing out the savings and loans, messing up the health of their workers and destroying the environment. Of course that would mean they wouldn't get so many fat campaign donations. Welcome to our dollar democracy Jenny Brown 413 Whites have the right to organize a new union Editor: What's wrong wih allowing a peaceful orgaization to attempt to prevent the exploita ion of the white race'c All they seem to be asking for is equal Is this not what Martin Luther King Jr s messages were all about' Being treated equally is an earned right. not a natural gift bestowed upon those of a certain color -white, black or any color in between. in the music industry there are award shows which give credit to performers ol exemplary accomplishment Blacks have been honored at the Grammys. American Music Awards, MTV MusicAwards and even the Country Music Awards. How many white people have been honored by the Black Music Awards' If white people had White Music Awards it would be labeled distrimmliatOry As long as one rte con H ones to Separate I UseII fri htI the general population there will always be Inequality I recognize people by their accomplishments and personality, not by heir Color -too bad others cannot feel the same Dennis Carroll Gainesville White union is racism based on ignorance Editor: Universities are supposed to be places of higher education where young adults mature and grow, both intellectually and academically Unfortunately, Mark Wright and the 31 other racsts who are forming the white student union have not yet realzed this Yes, Mr Wright, you and your supporters are racists. While it may be possible that there is no malicious intent behind your actions, you have demonstrated that you are a racist based on ignorance Open your eyes and look at our country Yes, America is great Yes, America is strong Yes, racism and inequality still exist It may be hard for you to fathom, Mr. Wright, but you represent the power in this country. You are a white male, and along with other white males -including myself -you are part of the group that controls all legislative, judicial, economic, military and civilian aspects of our society If you truly feel you have been slighted by affirmative action, then seek a mature, non-bigoted answer, Write to your legislators or attend and speak at student govern ment meetings Or get to the heart of the matter -attend BSU meetings Get to know them, and try to learn something of what it would be like to live in a society where you are treated unequal in every respect Forming your group will not make things better, Mr. Wright It will only further open the chasm that divides air university and our nation Form your union and you can consider yourself amongst an elite group of people with members that include David Duke, the Ku Klux Klan and Adolf Hitler. Scott Needle 3JIM Minority aid helps all students, even whites Editor I begin with t1% 4 ssumpion that Mark Wnght is well meaning, that he umply wants to express hi concern that 411 students get a fair shake However, [ believe that he has moved to establish a white student union without fully investigating the situation as it existson this campus Some 5 percent of the students at the University of Florida are black, while 14 percent of the Florida population is black. In other words, although 86 percent of the state's population is non-black, they make up 95 percent of UF's enrollment. In order to make our university more representative of the state's population, we have attempted to get private industry to provide a substantial number of minority scholarships. If my college is any example, this massive campaign to get minority scholarships has generated five new scholarships for all students for every one scholarship for minority students. In short, Mark, it is impossible to do anything for minority students at UF without benefiting all our students 'Mat is true of society as well The average black student at IF copies from a family that is rarely able to olfer financial help Many of the black students that [ see, work one or two jobs in addition to financial aid in order to stay on this campus. Their drop-out rate is double that of white students, pnmarily because of finan cial problems. Since the first blacks were brought to this country as indentured Sermans in 1N blacks have gotten the short end of the stick Cannot we rind it in our hearts, Mark, to make even a few minor sacrifices to compensate for those 350 years of systematc discrimination based solely on the color of a fellow American's skin' My other concern is the image you are projecting for our university and the College of Engineering, both of which have one of the best records in the state for minority student recruitment You're attracting attention from those whose motives are not as well-meaning as yours, and word will go out that this is a rau s[ itiuvurrsic v iI i hounglIII, an It 141111 rut I1t y'ii have regardto vu tli n;ii rc % iT university ad houar iik'gt. I s coillo [ reconsider your [otluii in tfu (lit stiilit racejand lairniess at [he Uimivtrsitv (f F lrida Ralph L. Lowenstein Dean, College of Journalism One union is enough for all UF students Editor: the white sildeCI acton has ie n gh idea, but the completely wrong apprmadh Instead of wh ites forming in oranitaiion to supply accusations to balitum tile aLCSUtions made by anlot her 'rgaut a! on a, aely the Black Student Union, they should lori an organization that would provide a place where whites and anyone else can take ii active role in fighting racism After reading half the trash this posr prnts. one would tend to believe that BIsU promo Les only un ification among blacks and anti-white sentiment. I believe The Alligator would print the positive side of BSU if it were provided (I the other hand, if BSil is as negative as lh v appear to be, then maybe another organize lion is needed to fight racism Whites have become apathetic about racism because they think it is i longer problem But racist is still here and as long a% there are divisions between hi rates there will be problems Maybe a second organization is :Ititdei for people to Join together cdll nei donli the barriers between ihe races Thomas Marren SEG Union is not racist, will be fair to racial issues Editor: Members o the Black Student Union opposing a white sludein ic on unbelievable' But it was expected The double standard in black/white relations is so bad When whites deul to stand up for issues that am inlortant to them, they are labeled racist When blacks do so, they are labeled civil rights ac aists he white student union will try to be fair im dealing with issues Mark Wright white student union organize li I,Panel I #I

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Transfer program helps students adjust to life at UF By KIMBERLY BURLEY I I L I i d, t n I's 1, [ i 1 Lao Isoicar (Iumd I t I.1t3i \ 3pr.u01,m irlt IjRiek, s lo tred un)(Uy 14) hfep itIllsic I '(1,11 i ljA I Ito UI ndlule] rolor~t h-?nl I thIltpint swili orttt i s lht tirE wet hung et:ort riivottd to i'I 00c taiinler students, ,it l d. a L}phtmicw AWlo transtI rt(I If) I Iou Polk ilnllmmmn[ ( ct~e lire r al rt,,sirn or [Ilts Ltek s that mi i11111 .ts I[ N gied to Welt olmmig rioming IniromI," hold s~ad Ip h % I I,. IKT traditionallyy, bo111 A(1 have a hard ti If g 9 I students ti know .rv h ihilhov nvtd Transfer Activities li kcow ihout (Irop-aioidoIrtgis terng [or tiasss 1and gt lting artaind the ampulI,' he sld Beginning today. I latully and odnunN trators will phone transfer students to talk Lb0I their progress at Ul Iransler Hook 1,"wh h I is modeled after a phone-a-i hon lor treshimen that began in 1985, will to[inut until Wednesday transfer students otimeeting other 9 gu own age. -Matt Bold Council president werkN ota activity is Tilo t N (LL wi' icr H. K tip, TIIV S meer it .1 ]tttlilott 0) (dipttN 1)1> loollals Wi said hre itI on1 the Ruti,. an Informal mvilauton-only butlet scheduled Wednesday tromI 1130 a in to I it) p ni in the Rion Ballroom of the Reitz Uion About 150 transfer students will be introduced to James Scott, student affairs dean. and Art Smndeen, student affairs vice trtStdent, along with representatives from sevOl wk, 1[ i irV 1t' e NI L) TI I I thuII s, I)I said spraors, sit they'll know Who thos Weu s.Wu %ud %it Luornial it epon i the oraing, & Brew Friday at 5 p m will give lransitI stidetisa chance tomeet IRAC rmembrcs "raditionally, transfer students have hard time meeting other students their ow age, and most of them liveolf-tampus."oI( said A few transfer students started TRAL three yearsago because they felt their needs weren't being met by the university, Hot(d said Today, the group has 150 members and has meetings every other Wednesdav in the Reitz Union More people have survived cancer than now live in the City of Los Angeles. We are winning. Please support the AMERICAN CANCER oPSCIETY' A Is SCHOLARSHPINFORMATION FOR FREESTUDENTS WHO NEED MONEYFORCOLLEGE Every Student is Eligible for Soe Tip of Financial Aid Regadless of Grades or Pairental Income We have a data bank of over 200,000 lstirigs of scholrrhIps. Will9 ships, gonts, and loans. representing over $10 billion in private sector hindmng -Many scholarships are givento studentsbasedon their scrdmicintamrsia, career plans family hiltage ald plae O resIdence -Here a money available for students who have been newspaper carnem, groLey clerks cheerleaders non-sinokert etc I Results GUARANTEED I CALL ForAFreeBrochurm S ANYTIME (800) 346-6401 L r"i .WW11If"IfWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW The Best Bar-B-Q In The World Tuesday Night Special All the Bar-B-U Ribs 60 You Can Eat ONLY $5.95 E81WI~N.i D m M A mAMMMIMMMMa MA14AM"ma mmm' Go In Pence. IMAGINE. A work of art with you in it. Student C>~f Session XMakipore & Folito 'I~ II, 7>.a S( .lf 373-7349 A romantic ptortra for YIXL ValentC IMAGINE. MAJOR IN CAREER SUCCESSTHROUGH AIR FORCE ROTC. -Whether you're majoring In a highly specialized area or seeking a broader liberal arts education, you can build a higher level of NhaI cancer potential Join Air Force ROTC That one step distingulshes you above all others In your field It shows that your serious about cultivating greater long-term opportunities, it gives you the chance to develop leadership skills that will serve throughout your life Call CAPT BARRY WILLIAMS 392-1355 Leadesp Fccller Starts ere F Bad Business Frustration.? I .r i,1 11 it. Itic Itp(~,I t PI f rcck, Laibguto 376-4482 I Vo

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M( NIAY JANUARY -I law) AlIMAflUR. a Citizen pi By BLAKE FONTENAY AlligatorWnter AIACHUA -Pat Johns works hard for her money So hard, in fact, that she recently stopped taking classes at Santa Fe Community College and put plans to attend UF on hold after the long hours at her factory job took their toll. So when she had the chance to buy property in a fast-developing neighborhood here in 1987, she took it. The eight-acre tractof land. she reasoned, would be a good investment that could help put her 4-year-old son through college someday But now a neighborhood improvement project threatens to virtually block the only roadway leading to that property, and Johns must do something she never otests proposed sit dreamed shewould have to -fight never get development permits city hall from thecounty with such a narrow "I've never found myself n a right-nt-way situation ike this before, and I City officials plan to meet with hope I never will again," said Johns to discuss the matter on Johns, a High Springs resident. 'I Tuesday, but at least one has said feel that I'mjust being run over at that a problem does not exist this point, and I don't know what it one day Johns decides to deto do about it. velop her land, the city could move Johns' problem is that the city is the pond to another location, said using a federal grant to supply Jerry Marquez, the engineer who's nearby homes with paved roads, overseeing the project sewer lines and storm drainage 'There's nothing that would pre. pipes The city's plans include a vent her from developing that pond to catch the stormwater runproperty." Marquez said off, and thatpond would be located When Johns confronted city in the right-of-way that leads to commissioners with her dilemma Johns' property at a meeting last Tuesday, city That area is currently nothing attorney Neil Malphurs said he morethanadirtroad,butthepond thought the matter had been rewould reducetheusable partof the solved during an earlier meeting right-of-way from 60 feet to 14 feet, of a street paving subcommittee Johns contends that she could One of Johns' friends had spoe for runken to he (oninittee, and they had Lome up with a solution that made both Johns and the city happy, Malphurs said 'I can't recall how the matter was resolved," Malphurs said 'lhe street tomnuttee bent over backwards to try to help you Johns insisted that wasn't true, and said a later meeting with city manager Mark Duchon had also failed to allay her fears Johnscontends that the city cannot close the road without holding a road-closimng hearing Malphurs said that the rtght-of-way, although owned by the city, is not really a road Johns said she'd be satisfied if thecity bought and paved another road that would connect her property to nearby State Highway 241 But she also wormes that the I Pizza Pizza Pizza I Regular slice & Med. soft drink $1.99 I Super Slice & Med. soft drink $2.99 I I 136 NW 13th St Oaks Mail Plaza 373-8161 331-1011 krnimmimm mmm ma PARTY W_ The Daft To Schad *afmge Bash featuring Michael E Johnson and the Killer Bees Tuesday, Jan 23, at Central City, sponsored by Grass Roots Promotlo START SMOKING UP or V nfin related ad. no a iJaTrs Love Lines Edition February 14,1990 LEARN ABOUT AIDS -CALL (904) 372-4370 9:30 $5 SCw Sal 0QC aft CC & 440 CC SC GOING NOWHERE?? 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Wayne Rtz Unin Any registered student organization wishing to apply for office space should pck up an application for space in room 315 of the Reitz Union and submit 0 to rorn 315 no later than 4:00pn Friday Januarv 26 1990 Members of the spac ommittn ar Veronza Smith (Conmitee Chair), Glenna Thornton (Board of Manar Chair). Wade Rcketson. Ja. .Ros.nbrg, Heather Stein, Or Joe Ragna and Dr. Vivian Cora. Alligator Advertising I off pond poind mlay ovei flow onto hir prnp erty. (spm ally with ihe extra nrt off that the paved roads might generate 'I Would like Ior he city to give me some kind of guarantee that I won't have to worry about contin joaed water or lood ing. 4ie wil But stormwater already ni downhill toward the poind site, ind any increase in the amount of nin offafter the roads are paved would be negligible," Marquez sad Johns said she's glad city o~lf,cials are willing io meet with her, but she isn't ready to breathe eas ily yet 'I don't know if we're going to be able to work anything out," she said 'I kind of doubt it. but ['im not going to give up

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SUSPENSION from page I the office Under normal circumstances, the person in question has to be found in violation of the student conduct code in order for judicial affairs to adminster a penalty "I can't talk about any individual case,' Scott said "But the only way Student Judicial Affairs can take any formal disciplhnary action is to give the student a hearing through Stu. dent Judicial Affairs procedures "Unless what a student was ScIdlntius involved in was so severe and so serious, we generally then don't prohibit students from campus activities or athletics until they have that hearing," Scott said. DeVoe had originally lifted the suspension of Turner because in his opinion, Turner had paid his penalty through a game suspension and was willing to come back to the team under DeVoe's rles DeVoe said Schmitzius wasn't as receptive to his cond(ions for returning and remains suspended Among the coach's criteria are rules of physical appearance -partiularly hair length, DeVoc said Sunday Since arriving at UF Smhontzius has worn his hair short on top and long in the back "Dwayne Sthitzius has in meet the critena of team rules at keeping his hair cut and keeping the proper weight,' DeVoe said "All that is part oi the rules, and I'n not about to establish separate rules for one person and that's all I can, say Student Judicial Affairs Dean Irene Stevens said neither Turner nor Schintnus has met with anyone in her office Turner is expected to contact Student Judicial Affairs today, and Stevens said the players can see her anytime she is available Schintziuswouldn't say when he wmll meet with her and said he is refemng all of his questions to his attorney, Huntley Johnson Johnson did not return call Sunday 'All they (Furner and schinus) have to do is loe down here and make inappant ment to see us,' Stevens said Students have choices They can have a formal hearing with myself, where I make a decision right there, or they (an have a iore formal hearing with re mvolv Ong witnesses "Or They can meet with he Student Conduct Connittee, which is comprised of both students and faculty But even if the two players are declared eligible, DeVoe still has the final word on their Tumer return to the squad Schintzius and Turner originally were suspended last Monday According to a sworn complaint filed with the State Attorney's Office. Schinttius allegedly ripped the side-view mirror offajeep parked at the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house and threw it toward an upper-floor window MON IAI AN IIARY 2., Toi AJ I.Aig iLI Jime I lIon. assisaoI st at a I Irney in chargeof the Ala hui Counly 4,airl's iMonIy d vision ,denied (,unesvillep loh T-'s original refuses to charge shirutlCi wilh both i NMorid degree lony tor lt rowing .ideadIv niss'le iimd a iniemtrittnhi !or trunmmal ruskhbel Nilho said here wviiI eriough reason t pursue i I.l Ty L(mvi14nn. hut slatAltwr Tty Ien Rcgit(r said Sui day That the mnisdemiieat i om plaint has hint IOIeli 0 I11 ruldemi anlor divisoli .i! charges re uhk IN Based poll ilt rIpnT lilt-d, we didn't want itIo torrward with the felon y ( haT g, N ilo said It was basically my d(tt I slon, just as it will be (Assistant Stal, Atr ney) John Stephenson's decision it pursue the misdemeanor charge NWon said the office should know thi week whether it would pursue (he lesser charge, which could bring SO hiritaus a pen ally of up to 60 days in ul and a 500 full Slate with us or die There is a joke about our campus that most o the budding young politicians that are in U.F.'s Student Government like to tell; they refer to the student body as the student corpse. 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I' AlIJ(.ATroR MONDAY IAN! ARY M2 19 01 Confusion among Jews dates 19th century, scholar says VISA OR MASTERCARD! Even i bankrupt or bad credit' We iGuarantee you a card or darablyour roney back Call 1 805 682 7555 EX T M 1202 I --days a week) PROTECT YOURSELF! Learn all you can about AIDS now. Call the AIDS network at (904) 372-4370 By JASON CASTEN AIlgat or Writer The trend toward den ommnat onalism among Arm ican Jews r the early 19th century stirred confusion that still exists today, Jewish h holar Jonithan Sarna toda lP aondinence List week, Because Judai n d t adhere to radiIaons that charliteri/ed religious already im place in the unted States, many >ews who immigrated ti the United States feltl ic otaubl in their new selling They became unhappy with their religion and "be iteved drastic measures were necessary to preserve udism," said Sarna, director of Hebrew studies at the University if Cincinnati Most divided into Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform sec s, though 'denounationalism is not part of Judaism outside the United States," Sarna said Uie result ng corosion drove many Jews from U ~E -their religion, he said [ulo despite their different secs, American Jews have much in common, Srna said Education is the key to ensure Jewish survival front one generation to the next He said intermarriages harm Judaism because families that must choose between two faiths usually adopt the non-Jewish rejigina Marriages between Jews and non-Jews have risen to 40 percent today front IS percent during the lapXis But many Amencan Jews have struggled to under stand trends in American Judaism and protect their religion, Sarna said Their increasing efforts have made American Jews more united than they appear, he said Although denominationalisim caused problems, "American Judaism is stronger, infinitely stronger, for having pluralstic Judaism." *0 -It brings out the best inalolf us' LOdcgy Philly Beef (All -N -4I~d_ >-' 2IA A t',jrv 'n Swiss outh of the Underpass on S.W. 13th Street F1 I his week only, come into Arby and buy our Phi ly Beef in Swi nandivich and get i -rder it ur golden brown potato cakes and a medium beverage f LIL liherc's Another place bescdc Philadelphia where great Fhtly sandwvchear made and ubat's 4ry's Wc motherr our lean cast bee with ramed peppers asd ,im.i.ii I hen we add Swiss these and err. it on a pppy seed il OuIandrbi We nvie you Once again t us' Sale good Monday Jan 22nd thr Friday Jan 26th S to MEAL DEAL No add ons or substitutions please Not valid with other offers (Arb A, M Arb 'Jilte

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I ALIJGATIJIL MONDAY JANUARY 22 in ABORTION from page 1 Location professor who directed the survey by the American Council on Education "It maywell reflect the students' growingiconcernabout the current Supreme Court's position," Astin said Burnell said the American public will conmue to protect Roe Os Wade from government restric[ions There was such an outpouring o emotion t hat I saw at the march id iter the Webster de vision that the government would have a really hard time doing it." she said About 100,000 activists converged on Tallahassee in October for the legislative session to conNider restricting abortion Pro-choice activists claimed victory when 14 bills died in committees and the session ended two days early But Inis Anne O'Malley, directorof Cainesville Right to Life, said Roe us Wade eventually will be "The decision was very erroneoIs from the beginning." she said 'I didn't address the issue of the entity being killed 'The nghts of the unborn will supersede the nghtsof the killer," she said "If the baby is considered a person, In time, the Supreme Court will make that decision The Gainesville Women's Health Center will hold an open house today to show videos about last October's special legislative session Gov. Bob Martmnez called the session to consider legislation restricting abortion in Flonda. Fifty anti-abortion activists from three local churches remembered the Roe ts Wade anniversary Sunday night during "Sanctity of Life" services at Holy Faith Church Catholic O'Malley said the center has distributed more than 8,000 bookmarks since the start of the year. in memory of the 25 million abortions reported since 1973 Sarah Weddington. the win ing attorney in Roe us Wade and Phylis Schlafly, an opponent of the Equal Rights Amendment, will debate women's equal rights Wednesday at 7 p m in University Auditorium United Press Interniaronal conInbuted to this report Ext C 1670 (call 7 days a week) I ----E-I I A LL-U-CAN-EAT I PASTA BA3 ONLY $3.99 Mon-Fri 11.00-3-00 L373-8161 13 NW1 I&= NW1 -hW Accredited By The Most Important Medical Group Of All. 'A U no o''' kn s M% o a r+ *if gi'l1 (11 1 W ii suita hl' r f nt .f it wh h 4 hy SO nary Q'rio (i gy i I o Ir lJ 11 if i s Medical renter it ho lot) r their H r, 11l ,nd a stuff Nit sornelkng ncres nut i raw ri -e t.eal1i art' erirorfrnent Pride Dre I 1i, rure roud' 0 be a par' ij one ofi rh Southeast T I'r irui~iLtal centers Antthey re proud 10 bea car 1. Pt or rtrm to roariciate' decisions that make f r V+ I, It L k r ri i s as weli as their awn Come loin wh .i rgels ri highefp raoseltomthe Oncology Nurses Head Nurses and Staff Nurses Doke Unmersity Medcai Cerer is a comprehensive ir .orleer ionsiirng b 5 units Adult Bore Marrow Transplant irr BoricMarrowTransplant openingSporg 1900) Research in uy rHeralology Oncology and Gynecological Oncology Internship programs are available for graduating nurses in addition. we fiave Immediate needs for an Oncology Clinical Nurse Speciaist for our Pedlatrc Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, and Head Nurses in both the Adult and Pediatric Units. Master's degrees are prelerred Staff Nurse positions ae available in all units Duke University Medical Cenier s decentrazed niurSied tecartmern offers the autonomy diversity and challenge necessary or rewarding career, in nursing We offer nurses professional oilerige along wih coisptiive oares terrible schedules and Iutslr ding fringe bene tuto find out more about Ontology Nursing at Duke, write to Nurse Recruitment, Box 3714, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 27710 or call I-800-232-f877 nationwide or 1800-672-4217 in North Carolina i4uke niuerifitg Medical Center Duke Unenrstiy Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity/ / S-4 t~ --i[ I or I V. fir ..........Ai raw. cr. "Kimberly-Clark Is Discovery At Kimberly-Clark there is an environment of Discovery markets discovering new technologies and better ways to do things questions which have never been asked Discovery requires individuals who are willing to probe the unknown for Discovery never ends discovering new products for discovering answers to at Kimbesly-Clark the quest Scientists & Engineers Kimberly-Clark will be holding on campus interview MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1990 at the Career Placement Office Discover your future at Kimberly-Clark Kimberly-Clark Corporation iSee Placement Office for specific information) an equal opportunity employer *-,el K-mbriyr n.k Corporation All rlghb Viw at an Vsma out iAIacti' r ajig dacat. SEIZED CARS, trucks, 4 wheel crs. TV's, stereos, lurliure, computers by DEA, FBI, RS and US customs Avai able your area now Call 1 805 682 7555 i "1 0 kkibwi ----.-.------_,._ ----------

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OilTA SFAil HALL A mi Co Op Tic s 'OU S rt, c ocG a kit .aundry tafl Is oO2 WU v 3 T41 1 1 26 7 1 Sub 01 Sudo Apt I blocA from campus S125 per month Call 375 2361 24 hours Please leave a message 1 22 3 1 Need to vbie! pbr apt ian Homeslead in mendUe y $335.mo and no deposi down Ca'l Crysia at 373 80 9 1 25-6 2 Tivr e Erirar to BD F kitchen privi eRes mom I, 'rn, walk to OF 1/40 NW 3rd p 5160 m 3/2 2294 1 24 3 1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk 10 Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270 $280 2 BIR $335 NEW Towrhouse$440, See Plus tMR Pool lardry no cars or dogs Saila Fe Trace Apis 3/8 1190 430 75r Oak Glade Apits Near Uf A VA quiet Wesr/dryor available in most units for $1 'no Cots Alowed n18 Lt I A 2 Bath S250 $350 sec & Imr 372 6422 430/5 2 Arlinglon Square Apts lo tne serious Student or professorial, next to che Hippo drome I bdr from $365 2bdr from $500. uptown living downiownl 378 9682 1 31 17 2 Colonial Oaks 2bd/1 i 1/2 ba townhouse $325 wash/dry hook up, dishwasher close to UF, 4221 A SW 21 PU 376 3133 1 31 17 2 Block from F, Large Roos aill'ties paid, Cox Cable. nice Call Greg 376-3291 $150-225/mo dre 1 28 11 2 Bicyci. Club Move In Special soupsOln us 2br/2ba greal roommate flr plan great amenitles call or details 377-2220 1 31-14 2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $280/MO LYONS APT Send SW 20TH AV 277-77 FOR RENT: UNFURN. FREE Rental Finding Service All into, florplans, video nd more. FAST We Adn help you find ThaI perfect place toA v Gaor Rental Fenders 0 UF Plaza 338 9349 1 23 5-2 Studeni home 4 or 5 bedrooms 2 baths b'g yard kitchen e nd laundry facilities 73/ NESih Ave $/On/mo A $700 deposit 319 0658 1 23 5 2 INCREDIB LE Efficiency Apt Slarting at $195 / 1 Bedroom Starting at $2351 2 Sedroom CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 110 NwS 3%h Ave 37B-3N@ 31S-3fli 4 30 70 1 1'2 MONTH RENT FREE I sit,$2,35 ?bdr $295 urnshed add$75 371 1410 130 10 2 3 or 4BDR, BA House By UF 201 NW 101h ST Wood floors, Cert HI/A,, Car POrT Office 411 TW 151h St 31 0760 1 23 5 2 WALK TO JF lIdrl2ba & Studios mroan $2'0 Very Nice Must See Also Frms Noodedi CoNege Park Properlies 411 NW Sth ST 371 0769 1 23 5 2 One bedroom ap To sublease avail im mediately $295 me Call Peter or Mere dith al 372 8240 please leave message t 23 5 2 WINOMEAOWS APTS 1. 2 A 3 Sadroom Pool. Tennis. Laundry 2712 OW Uth St *** 373W@ WILLIAMSBURG APIS AVAILABLE NOWII I 1,2 TH & 3 edrma Pool. Laundry 1 Black to UF/hsnds 200 SW IkTh St ** 7-1253 MOUNT VERNON APTS 1 &2 bedrooms Pool/Laundry close to UIUmolnds 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 72-5371 S2352 SUBLEASE 1OR UNFURN APT Near Shands A VA $32S Per Mo Quiet, Pool Call Barry 392-HESS day, 336-1224 eves Feb I 4-23-5-2 3bd/l 1/2 be townhouse in SW area $475mo .first, last and security Avail Feb 1, prowler 1yr lease 332 4567 1-24 5 2 Apt lor rent take over lease 1 hr Pineruh Apt, Will pay 1/2 deposit Ph 335-319 leave mg 1 24-5-2 A spacious 2000 sq It, 3 or 4 bdr 2ba pool house I 1/2 mi west of OF, 2816 W UnIv Ave $62S1mo Appt only 374 6340 or 376 6183 1-25-5-2 WASJER/DRER INCL, 2 BEDROOMI2 BATH 3 BDROOMU BATH OXFORD MANOR 377-2776 1 31-0-2 2 bdri I ba, 809 NW 41st Ave Cent h/ac. Carpeted Water A sower paid No "is 6245, 370-5449, 1-2-3-2 Mature NIS female, own room in a house Pool, kitchen, I 1/2 Mile to UF Rent 8,75/mo iftes Ca#974-5430 or 371ST3 -.2-9 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE 1984 Skyne 2bd/2ba 14 x 60 Must see many extras $0500 obo Local 481 2730 o0392 7118 ask for Susan 1 25-5-3 1978 MOBILE Home for sale 12 a 58 bdrlbea lerced in yard with shed & aw aling $4500 nog 373-4202 or 471 2920 after 5 30 pm 2 2 10-3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/AfP. Apt avail own bdr/bs Intl wash/dry. Lakewood Villas. $240/mo. Jan, Feb dP free Call or 373-4129 ask for Dylan 1 25-10-4 Sublet 1ldr apt .turnr/unturn thru Aug, walkloUF. pool,$265/no .dep 1518NW 4thAve Call Le8me g 3735425 1 225-4 Landmark 2BR,1 112 BATH townhouse. dishwasher $380 nag very close '0 campus, pes ON 338 1042 leave rnes sage 1-29-5 4 OXFORD MANOR 3 bd/3 be take over enire lease 'mmred Call 3361387 1 22-5 4 Room for rent in 2bdr2ba n Orford Manor $239 Spormo + 2 utd 373 7135 or more info Need as soon as possible fe male 1 24-5-4 Sublease apt, UNE Zbdba Camelot pool view barbecue fireplace $550 .o 373 5784 1-24 5-4 People needed to Sublease a 212.n Sran dywine starling May Please call 377 9457 Arrytime 1-23-3 4 Sublel 2bdr apt until April 90 $350/mo A tu Negotiable HOmISUTd Apt 361 1 SW 34e St 336 5493 1 25-5-4 2bdr/1lba large rooms, carport. wash/dry connections 8270/mo Come by/call1943 NE 6th way, Gville ph 338 1984 286--4 Sublet 1obd rm new capd/refel9 untur rushed 8225 (reg 280) & turnished $285 (reg 3301 a mo 2nd floor ph 375 3305 1-26-5 4 S ROOMMATES Rmmnt Wanted, large suite. 2 fireplects, coiling tans, pool kitchen, own bath, oak floors 1160/mo CallJeff 371 -1909 1 23Newly F urnished Townhouse close to UF F lor own bain Ig bdr wash/dry. cable pool. $200/1o to share or $300/mo for own room 336 0039 1-25 10-5 ROOMMATE WANTED NS /F, $200m 1/2 or $200 Sec Large. nice neal apt 2bdrm 2 1/2 bath Call TIms 332-3245 1250-5 OWN ROOM MobIleH Fenced yd Pet ok A/F. serious atuderti 4125AMk A util Erik 376-0579 '-10-6-S *Own Room -$130 me MIlF H/S No catls/dog Walk to UF 372 9747 1 225.5 Roommrte Female gad student pref/own bedroom I block from Tigert $120mo # 2Q utilities Jan fNa call 372-110 Lil-lWatk to UP. room fo, rent in houn Mo a from e 0 Dome. foam Nti plus /l utilities, cal 373-C4a W Sotti-22. 5-S In The Pines: F RmmI die. Own W, in Sbdr/2 1/2 ba Townhusje flO0dm A 114 vill. 37l-163. 1-2-115 NWS Rmit needed -fldr/2ba. Nirn. tuury Iwviflt In NW aRa, waah/dq, micra, 37Mi-4 '" A-l ClassIficatons I Fo' Rnt -Furnished 2 For rntUnfurnished For Ranil 4 Sublease HoUse/Apt 5 FRoommates 6 ForSe 7 Retaltaa Iotorcyc i o Auto$ 10 Wanted 11 Services 12 Typing Services 13 Help Wanted 14 Business Personals 15 Personals 16 Connections 17 Notices 18 Rides 19 Pets 20 Lost IT round J When will your ad run? Classifieds will begin TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of time and be cancelled at any time Solry, but there Can be no refunds for cancelled ads ROOMMATES MARCHWOOD M/F own turnr master bed room $225/moas u13li Albert 335-3834 Need I and or house Fully $175/mo John 2 N/S M to furnished 335-1283 share 2br'2ba close 10 UF 1-23-5 5 N/S F own room in abdrm house I mile S orUF Has washer & dryer Call 379 2895 I 22-4-5 BRANDYWINE FEa, own rm w/wtr bd fully turn 21dr/1b api Many stras. $210/mo + I/3 plir Near UF 373-0024 1 24-5-5 F to share completely lurnlshed bdr/l 1/2 ba townhouse in SW area wash/dry $225/mo + 1/2 util 335-6273 1 24-5-5 Roommate wanted to share turn 2bdr own r00m Sblks to UF nice apt BSO/mo r els please call anytime 37-6181 1 24 5-5 MIF NS own bdr/ba In Rockwood Villas, new011 Turn2 4wale/dryer, $225/mo 374-9M 1 1-24-5-6. F ROOMMATE to share matr bdr/ba in beautiful Mbr apt In the Laurels ** $110** Ptenis. y jacuzzl 36U41 1-22-3.5 N/S rmmt needed ty hare ZMdr apt, close t U a Shad. SIM/ni + 1/2 uil 372-0GM. 1-22-3-5 ROckwood Vila's M N'S t0 Shape luxuri. ous Sbdr'Sba Alarm, washer/dryer, 8246&m NPS.aryt373-53 1235.5 J How to place a classified ad: the Alligator Olice I105 W University Ave M F 8am 4pm,, Main Bookstore *b C us"om S Dsk M F 8am 43Pr Ran Union Cashiers 'Ouce M F 8 am 9 pm Sai noon 9 pm Son non 5 pmin Medical Bookiere, Shands M F Sam 4 30pm By Mail Use forms appearing weekly rline Aiigaior Sorry 0 LSn by nor MC VISA or checks only By Phone 373-FIND. Pame ly VISA or Mae Ar ONLY F ve dorlar rw nirnm I F 8 30 -Iprm IJ How to corrector cancel your ad: Cancellations Cal 373 FIND Mor fri 6 4 in No refunds can be given Alligator errors C'rck your ad le ITST day r Cal 1/3 kIND h 11 y sorreerv orn noun I iE ALL.IGATOR IS ONLY RFSPONSIBI -FOR THFi F IRSI DAY F AD RUNS INCOHCTILY Car recled ads Will DO eenrdid one day No innds or credits can be given d' ir placing ine ad Changes caeo .n Iaer mef siday wll nc be compensaled Customer error or changes. Corrections must be made in person at The Ari'galor police BEFORE NOON There will be a $2 a coreclion fee ROOMMATES TOWNEPARC M N/S Own room in 3bd,2ba urn apt $s47/mo T,3 VN Avail now Call Scott or Joe a, 336, 07 1 22-3-5 ROCKWOOD VILLAS MITF, N/S. 3bdrm/bih own room and bath, $226/mo + 1/3 uti Call 325 9130 1 23 4-5 Studious AT N/S needed for HOUSE I Own bdrm s $140/mo 1/3 util 2 miles to UF, quiet NW area, cat Call 373-2078 1-234 5 HELPI I need a fun, friendly female NIS rmmt Oxford Manor Apt Own bd,/ba Avail Nomi 377-6034 1-24-6-5 OWN Bedroom/bath in a new apartin $175 1/3 utll Loc SW 20th Av WF 332 1944 1-22-3-5 F N/S for own masterbdr/ba in a GREAT SPI near UF, turn w/king waterbed, dwristalr wasW&dVy. sued aes. Sl-6211 Lye mise 126-5-S Room for rent. $175 A 1/2 .adt studmNvupperclae. pet. pieo .$Nel Rocpt Vlia s Sale al w it na borhood,. f2-flO 1-24-8-5 VISCAYA 2 F Rmmie needed tar sping. wR it fafl. bitm SIlOM. Plus in U e. CA o 37 42W6 net home. Iv Ma. 12f--S Obkbroek Walk SO mirmt o Shet ly furn 2ia Ce w/-2d-, nat. tfarm 8200mo A utfi. Call Sin e13723842 1-25-56 l'S 1, .Ilt~t MONDAY, IANrARY 322, OS E

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ROOMMATES JF SI' IMI rd d FIr 'pa'. o ,s Ib I Clo Acns $15S ul ,' J5 M 1 15 S )q Can Indr,r 2 odr Poa nou,D. A Id4 A' -o UF Call inytime aidIlle0 *esge 377 4503 1 2 2o 5 Female to share turnishod 3.2 house A C and heal replace Close to camps and shopping $1 5rmo plus 1 3 urlries 336 5635 1 23 4 5 SPYGLASS One rmml leaded Private bdr/a in 3bdr washldryer $242/mo 13 A I Heidi or Tine 336 7174 L eave mn,5 sage 1 26 5-5 MASTER BEDROOM $149 own bite prr valeentrance phone andcable book 'Join com M or F 36rapt CALL CALL 371 9019 1 26 5 5 t pay 2 teasesl F lor house or Apt S30;rlo will neso Cheap' 2 bks to UF wash'dry bigi Hardwood ioos 373 5656 376 1655 1 2435 Williamsburg Village F rmmt 10r town ouse, $240/mo. 2 uti Med stud Call alter Sp 336 4257 or Joanna bel 50 376 1253 1 25 4 5 JAN I NEE Brandywane LNS needed 10 share a master bdrde Furnshed 2bd'2ba only $137mo *'4 urii is cal 335 9846 S2TO 5 I T Iir I h Ith ,1 .' w i'd h e l it yl Q ,e w I 11 1 I ru' Floe" iv.1 M F b i'> Po.0, F' I Ii or har Ia r 1 3 ,,lIl I' II fort 0 DOIC 'o I l i borks l'or orrpMs IT'v' bath rrs-ed I rok 3'8 3842 1 S 3'I iO'(i ,If 'ieg 1 1 OK .Did C I 6 FOR SALE HAND NAME COMPUTERS As low 0s $Smo no $ down FREE Catalogue over 50000 customers 1 800 825 7283 2-19 30 6 Nice Clean Modern Furniture All al Rea sonsbie Pices Come Take a I Tak The Plunder House 511 SW 4 Avenue 1-22 10 6 Alpine kenwood, Sony and 30 more brands are all at our New Localon, Car Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 ST 372 2070 4 30 75-6 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the old. .st, bst and lowest priced car stereo AlSr In town 372-2070, 2201 Nw 13 Si 4 30 75 6 Recktord, Fosgate, Yamaha. Pioneer, infinity. Kicker, Code Alarm The Best Car Sterra Inialalets in town Car Sta. rto to Go 375r834 4 30 75 I'O RK Tae your mark and perform. Looking for a management career on the fast trock? The Fst-Trk Program at KFC is your starting block for a record-setting career Just take your mark and perform In only two years, you con manage up to10 units, 250 employees and $4 mi lion so sales. Youll be involved in every aspect of the business-from marketing and finance to quality control and sales. To start your career in the fast lane, contact yourplacementofficeto schedule an Interview. We'l be coming to your campus January23 to tolk with groduating seniors aboutour record-setting career opportunities See usimury 231 PEPSICO -7 FiaTr&,oard crko4KFC KFC mma'qu" cpWlumnyemnpo*,r FOR SALE .IV jSTANLEY H.KAPLAN Take Kaplan Or rakr'wurrhangrs CALLAOSS VElcta Ew.K 377001 409 SW 2nd AveFOR SALE willing TrV the floor' r I I I ', LOTi I f)lJ 3 1 F Nr ,rrtrr ponti i rn $1 I rl I I 1199 '1 -1 FOR SALE K .' 0 e lI, ANT .AHIPr IS A Irr') 1 ( nN or lo do r inr' nor 4 I ivri Ray 5 .,9s 'VB tW 11h A 11 ~ ~ --05 ---o kur 141' e h It II CAR A AMS A ri"MTTre id O'r e 0 0 any car 1ruck or van iliy qI T Hrallc"Tl A 11 demo Call 336 1193 51,,111tnI In tersate 28 34 6 Tender Sitar Plus 1987 minI Clol On v tn maple neck Comes with hard shell case 5550 CAii Mike 313 9305 CLEARANCE SALE many irems to choose frorn Jewely r Vs cameras, VCRs etc Besi Jewelry & Loan Pawn shop Sale is on [ill everything s gone' 1 25-10 6 rREK 12 speed actingg boke with water bottles and tool bag E xcellen condition used only five months Call 39S 9635 1 22 7 8 BEDS BEDS BEDS Dressers. Chest, Bookcases Sofas TV carts Entertainment centers and more at the lowest prices in Gaineaville 371 4422 Dumas Discount 1421 NE 5 Ave 22-IS-B Blow Out Sale Beach cruiser with lock heavy duty desk, tin size bed with box spring All 3 for $100 Call Scott 377 1027 J 22 7 6 MICRO CENTE RI Computers 376 1T46 Editor s Choice CorrpuAde a Northgater HP, Price same or lower than mail order Systems below include Imb scmb sims, graphics monitor MC 256'12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295 MC 386sx $145, Norlhgase 38670 $2299 PB 286 laptop wihd A bailery $1999 CompoAdd 80 *1 20mb A graphics monitor $970 1 .3 year warranties Onsite warranties Panasonic ISO printer $185 HP Laser I Jet lTo $1040 4110 SW 3Dth SI 308 W Univ Ave 1 22 7 6 COMPUTER Packard Beli ? I tn2mhz 40mb hard dive, 5 251 2 floppy 3 51 44 0POy 1,TT ram vg L. as color mor,'o' 'y war 4 in ns on S IT 195 cai 335 1300 1 31 1J b I rims 2 mornh' Old 16 x / Amer fiac sng polished I.p oack ruesh CTH Sivq pattern, $520 000 ca.I Clark alter Spm i 336 8430 1 22 5 5 bridal set diamond cluster sale price 8 service merchandise catalog $1000 Air5 sell tor $500 coo 13' 9967 1 22 5 o PRINTER 24pinn Itter Ouasily frol 1,e 3J% 100 2 6 13 6 JETSKI 87 650 SX Excelleni Condition W, trailer Never Used in Salt Water $2500 332 3565 1 26 5 6 Computer star. 1040st 1209 3 5 drive IMB am color monfior, printer over $700 in software mvsi sell $1000/Aba 372 2327 1 26 5 6 Electric Guitars Krammor focus 2000 Ibanez Art.st each wrh hard shel cases $250 each fili call 336 4502 1 26 5 6 PEUGEOT 12 pd man s road bike Exaet lent con dtion $175 or best oIer Call 336 8491 1 25 4 6 MOPED FOR SALEexcellent conde lion JAWA $285 Bikes A More 2133 NW 6th at 373 65/4 1 24 3 6 Oucen Waterbed headboard wmr heater, line mattress pad SIeels ded rails delvery A set op $199 Eqi 335 0576 1 t6 5 6 Cano" F carreri w'AE 'or drive Sos 3 ,enses Ca99A spoeoliue unipod 1rers Dag $600 obo Call H 335 9862 t 21I 3 6 Ski Equip K2 skis w'tyrota bpnnd S80cm Salomon boots lI'e new SX61 size 7, Set $250 orWill sI I up 335 9 22 56 Sore 00 j rm no Ia I S'SO obo 1. 0 A It. re nrene Rr I I Not+ 1 12 5 tP 4 1 CX W Ads,,' o iT 0 V1 111,1 to, sc.enco Ou enq surt'i omp'ere A5 'Ill nr UcTior Iu s 'in ye r Oid A $250 vale tor on'y V$.'0 Ca. 371 OrI I ,eave message 1 22 4 Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman Homs and Car Sereo Plono, Sanau, Sherwood, and mors W. Seat Al Prices' 373-3754 1 30 *t W Practically new 3 1 2 c b c let reIrgeru Car lo be solo $120 nrgotable Jon, 313 283 1 23 I 6 WATERSED queer siv tIo booksaell headboaid A heater $100 asserbled & delivered Cal 591 2932 any ,me leave message 1 23 5 b Magnavox TV and stereo Best ofler Ca l I 37 8392 am and pr Iave message A good bargain Must So 23 5 Packard Bel computer Wi h Morito and Oudata prrle includes All DOS and Word process, salware $iin obo 375 6082 1 30 10 Marshall 100 Watt Gu'lar Ano and a I ? cabinet channel '"'Ch"r's efects loop and fiorpedal both r $925 obo 377 5795 1 23 5 6 Day bed cirag ,ron & brass w popup run die $1 50 oboi Car pra Fits new Mus Fangs pract new $50 obol Call Inge, 372 5720 1 22 3 6 Lis's Vuion Purse Brand nre Was a grIt I Must sesl Best ofer 373 3351 Leave met sage at beep 1 23 4 6 C all .A ;h; l. t I'll)$ 1 No~ i'f Il '' tLIFBOALI) I A C C lent orla 0 $1 i '' ''4C) S a 1IF' I d A It 0Oore 6sp ii 031) F ci N tOu, i' Art r ,''Do I r 1 11 CrrAmn, Model , I CIrl bag o N, 11 ', IIS 6093 t 22 1 C Srdgesionre MB' I.' Tcornp S7S MongoOw Al Ft deore como 5 90 Days l?7 1 332 7861 TrOy I ITT3 Nishiki .nterrator,, it -rg or' Perfeci cond Index shirft S I M'Isee Sp5 obo Call Ph it 395 08 I 5 o ayt'r GAn do 'or easy eavl 'es ISO C I' ,)i I 6'' I -0--1 90 ;' IC "C A 'SONY portable compoer ris' vas hammock A slani Fo transport choile 315 ito sage) 1 23 3 6 Drums For sale 5 p u IT Must sell mue Tin OI r Jell 375 6296 ?S 5 1 DEC Rannot WP f "r nanci CPM so O 5507 332 650? 1 3 1 Cueen s bo 'or nJs A T OrthopedsC "C"Ipr ) Ci 1 FN 335 14 '/ 1 TO I ys Elect c Typewrniers lHM 5,. I carnage ba'' e I I' T ora 8000 wr -.l Iq. a" Tri g $S00 Both I k, I'e rI 1 1 lad I67 A up okota oi" h K .l Shmaro par s c, 1ril I T Ia pun'p to cIr p '1 Q, 4 8' 1 358 ' I 7 REAL ESTATE filer PRIME OF LOCATION'' 15 Room House Fully Rnted while. you learn and or rtvosi nity Good Candi 376 6652 is I <,iit' Ar's C I 1 01 L D CI I o I on La "~y 6"1"IT( "'o' LW PRIME UF LOCATION' 15 Room House ch at Good condition' Renied, investment Fraternity olher $130,000 376-6652 owner ? 2 25 Own ,nstereo of ell Cound '011 2d .' 1 7 ba poolde I ri. y I i A _Q0fl I priet fI, Ci~ nor' -fOre Oak, 37J 4 141 1 10 Canaio 84 Vb auKro rW '0 Pl A( Ir asr A fal clean c'l I jt' cond MIs sel Asking $6a Con T ID? "a D6 5 9 8 MOTORCYCLES HONDA CX 500 TURBO t Tre cord Ill Srecods call J ony 376 T617 day 335 9340 eve $2195 obo 19 5 8 190I HONDA ELITE 80 ATn ho met runs good, one owner $700 or best otler Call 37B 61R9 as For Eise or leave Message 1983 SUZUKI I00G Sport I our eacellemt condion 4 K miles $' 1)50 00 373 3'29 119 4 8 KAWASAKI KZ 440 10000 miLes HONDA HAWK 400 15000 Or1les $800 $ tsboth arc condition mechdnc owned 336 1972 122 3 0 HONDA MAGNA A7 V4 riq cooled shaft or Tank and saddle bags Excel cond a 9e11 $2500 pta 376 2777 1 24 6 0 1984 Kawasaki 7Sfturbo Great condo, lion New spark plugs and il file( Only 16000 r, MUST SEL $1 700 Call Paul a1 373 9853 Classlled-. Continued on next page 5 ROOMMATES ror tad ron WORD PERFECT 5 1 Lirist ,r I orm Ir Cris 'e I CCm I 0 1300 DO YOU HAVE ASTHMA? EARN $650! Study will require four 12-hour stays Monday through Friday owr a 60 week period. -MALES & FEMALES 18-45, NON-SMOKERS -MUST WHEEZE OR COUGH WHEN EXPOSED TO CATS OR DUST -HAVE NO OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONS CALL 392-9086 If no answer, pol. Ieav. rnosag. on rnoarder -I A

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EXOC CONDO 48' 9358 eves weekends 55 300 O0 1 25 5 a 83 Rent' Hatchback 5 spa csyt eatoer d' 'ni ll Convrl Top $1 50 or csO oler 3 'S 3030 iv msg 1 26 6 9 VW Van 1971 rns we' $225 o'fh Darsun '9/3 good rransPorl'0ror 3S 0346 1 19 19 Toyora Corod(a 80, 4 speed ac AM IM New ont tires, generator Orakes Me age 103000 S$300 or bus O14, 336 3977 1 24 4 9 10 WANTED Local Arst needs GOLD Gems Class Rings f TC Too S or rade O e s Fine Juwe y 373 9243 4 30 25 10 COMIC BOOKS wanted I wdr"' buy you'r om CS I ladeorly f YOU wan' to Call Mark 3/8 3029 after 7om 1 2 6 10 WANTF t Mode around 5 12b lb por pnorog'aphirg Wit, car Wit pay' Call 3r5 8I10 metiOn case no 90001 1 11 SERVICES NW Mir, storage at I 5 8 NW 39th Ave nea, Oaks Mal area 5 5 :0 10 x 20 from $20 10% disc to sTdenis 332 8917 4 30 Is _ PRO CJ SERVICE I Reasonable rates excellent tuies. Pro equopment Give CJ a call at 375 8463 aid Iv amSM I 31 10 1 SERVICES BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS T NW I JIM AID 1/,' loll MC VImA 1 trll l IP PI 'Arcy Tes Meube Naoror Anor onI C rC tii) 5 CL XUAI Iv I RANOMit T 1) )Il-ASF G .on' den a leS'n a ard reaIlrren at Pt ANNEDI PART N TIOD 1/708t 4 AAA SIOMAC F C ose ,o LT ConvenienT dITOX I's Ma 4x8 525 no 533 SW 2d Ave 3V7 1Ir1 I 10 /5 ** GATOR MOVING ** i-all SerY May Storage Pacin Asm Hse F Days E es Long das L C Ins Hary 81 I374 4791 4 30 75 11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM k s sors boarding a Wocser facIIes hay I'des Darr'es Sales r working scidenIs accepted 466 3224, 375 8080 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional Mo t Packing A Supplies I Item House full LocalmLng diliIns Pr ced for StuaerItsl Marty 375 MOVE 4 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Acceptimg new OTS emerg Adult cleaning $28 Child S1 niiad 'so $325 l3isd tee 5250 :2W Sd ICC 5200 Nrous Or da Accep MC V AE Valid only ,i, Coupon a 10 a people H T Gonsoun DOS 37? 9521 I 3' 11 11 MOPED CITY Pick up Drop o0' 1 2 off now 3 6 *FREE* Pregnancy Test Gainerv, 'I Women HF At l CENTER 70 NW 23 d Avenue 37/ SOS ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIR TH CONTROL ly'recology Serv ces valentne Special de Sernal ally known por BI Horme Gel a 3 16563 1 31 I5 1T1 paotograpre by Deauty phorogra free posTer print Free Poster vn, any glamour sessIon w', award winning photographer Bil Hr.e Studio or ocatr, Glamour ifh sty e 3' 6583 See the display now I 31 '5 1 Need furn rOItg mOusehoid goods' GIrer Carilins w. iayaway plan avail Weeks Flea Marke State Road 28 3r, *as' of Newberry p CO rd Sat A Sun 472 2062 9 20 2085 Open PROBLEMS IN MATH? Professo'i and Re abe furo'rng offered Call 3/7 /415 1 22 5 1 @ LC *** MOPED REPAIR Last quality service Very rates Free Pickupdr opn1 CALL MARK< 375 0981 1 25 reasonable A its sp s 11 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITE, WE TYPE B as, LPgal PeroStl1 fepor q 1c Papers Typose' teqima F C GV le Ilandicp0Pd r fpig 318 11 3052 *ryp ng reports business A legal A resumes casseles Transcr bed Paol' ,ar ons a letters not ry sard Available f4 hours7 i? as 27V7 430 75 12 Typing $1 00 pg mirn $500 Heparrs louses, whatever Grad Scno' P r Lsrt WCS 917 NW 13cT 313 9822 a 30 75 12 GATOR FYPING moved &lowered prices Laser or nrer Resumes $12 & uo Page dSCOurlls avail Days & eves 3!3 4564 31 1 7 12 RESUME HOUSE Proessronal resume Writ ng & developmenI Services 371 8148 1 22 T0 12 MICRO CENTERi Typing 336 4936 Full A sell service computing Typing stars @ I inrpg Resumes $6 Self serve resumes 52 50th 1 5/page Laser typeset graphics spell check chests papers special characters employ mel databases ma imerge Traini n WordPerfect specials V'sari 1 22 7 12 P 'cpiDel Typing and wordoroc near campus Dependab'e quality service Reasonable rates 24hr day Cal Carol 3?3 4464 1 31 1?1 12 ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect 5 0 cdi oroolispell all work guaranteed English BA Ripp 376 3649 2 13 20 12 LOOK A LET ER GRADF BETTER Use synes onis, graphics proofreading A ad ling PC Lab. 17 Univ 372 6500 1 25 RESUMES Same day Nenl day Many Styles & Fonts EdiT g PC LaI I / St & Un v 3T2 6500 1255t2 typing Laser Typosernci resumes reporrsl olters arc 3os 5465 a 3500 W Ur''vave AlachuaWord Processing 2 220 12 13 HELP WANTED Typist Computer liTerate person needed [o help type Alligator classilieds on Tuesday A Thursdays 4 6 30 pm Must be depend able Fill out application at The Indepen dent Florida Alligator, fron 9 4 pm, Mon Fri FOE/AA AVON 375 8967 Sell Avon Full or Par time We Tram Benefits Insurance 4-30-75 13 Paying $125 to persons W/ infected cuts scrapes, or other mno'es to be on anti care study Blood rEas required Cal 331 5379 1 31 1743 BRANCHH OPENINGS* JOBS S JOBS S JOBS $13/hr, we tran National coalnya franchise expanding Ful/part time LABOR A MGT POSITIONS AVAIL Poterial to own your own business Call for immediate 'niervew 813 88-7151 HELP WANTED Comper-h, Programmers LOS tnc a solrhwa svopnr', 0 IT Laud -as enlry e.e to mie ''ei pa S Tons for software enq neers compared programmers C pfogri 'ing Lequired Candidates Should PAP hiwe 4 year de grea Sond Resumes 'a I)0 Inc 6184 NW 11 Sc Sunse Ft, 3'131 1 22 10 13 Now accepting appllcations for Rest. dent Assistart positions for the Fall 100 Semester Applications available at either The Housing Olics or all residence hall area offices Applications aredueby4 30pmonFri .Feb 2iloh. Division of Housing Office For further Information contact the Stell& Student Development Offile at 322-216 2 2 EARN $100 MONTH For your plasma dontibors Our lufly au fomated system is safer and Dasle than manual centers Air conditioned Sp. cia bonus with this ad Call for appoint Met Alpha Plasma Center M F 9 30 5 30 Sat 9 30 2 30 9 SW 1st St 378 9204 Babysitter needed in my home Mon Wed a m all day Fri Transo and references required begin Jan 29 Call 3/7 8322 1 22 5-13 Student help wanted To do rossarcn in Medical Library ApprC 4 hrswk needed 23 50/hr 372 8531 9 5 1 22 A EARN INSTANT Forensics law 16 17 at ReilZ baraWilliamson legs Titusville F UF as Is CASHI Debale, EngrIs speech maors Feb $5 Union Contact Dr Bar Brerard Community Col 32796 1 29 10 13 HELP WANTED Parr cal 5 ro Crsy neod WrI'er Need b'ght nolvawed person who car type a, compu r has good proofreading sk Is and we COmes a barely of tasks F xper in healh putn a plus Flex, bIe hours 55 50 a start Sed resume *o Director 5429 SW 80 St C vl'e 32605 1 23 5 13 PAR r IME AF rE RNOONS Srt1r needed f0r 4 1yr old -lerobI days Must have Car & Ret 332 4507 1 25 5 TUTOR for AGO 3142 Call 336 0532 ask for Crystal 1 24 4 13 Furl ma yard person Needed tor Apt Complex Eaperlre own, car ref 'a a must Must have nioive Uir Aps 411 NW I 71 1 0769 125 5 13 A Plus Notes Are you rake ercelleni to earn while you you an notes learn A student, do would you like 1l so then call 31 6954 We are 1,i1 looking for sic dents in The fEolowing classes ADV 3501, APB 2150 APB 2151 AMH 2020 ANT 2149 ANT 2402 ANT 2410 ANT 3511 AST 1002 CAP 3802 CDA 3101 CHM 1020 CHM 1021, CHM 2040, CHM 2045, CHM 2046, CLP 3144 COC 3110, COC 3400 COM 1000 COP 3110 COO 3400 CM 000, COP 3110. EUH 2001, FIN 3409 GEO 2200, GEO 2201 GEO 2420 GEO 2500 GLY 1000, HIS 2464, ISM 3011 FEE 2120 JOU 3100, LEI 3830 MGF 1202 MMC 2100 MMC 4200, PET 3320 PHH 2101 PHI 2100 PUR 3000 PUR 3101 REL 2001, FEL 2240 arTV 2100 SYG 2000 and SYG 2430 We are especially looking 1or ANT 2410 AST '002 COM 1000 and PET 3320 Call 3 '1 6954 1 ineresled DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trade Michel Jaffe ACROSS I Skiers mecca 5 Partner of rurn 9 Rio do [a 14 Aquatic bird 15 Assam Silkworm 16 His name is Mudd '17 -acte 18 Tympani part 20 Languor 22 Sherwood s Delight 23 Sheephike 24 Doerner 25 Quaker 27 Oddball 32 Adjective for Abner 33 Stern look 35 Swap 36 Fateful day for Caesar 38 Horatian creation 40 Blackbirds 41 Heron s cousin 43 Meling Mdme Chiang Kakshls 45 Crude dweling 46 Curb 48 Heavenly to a teenager 50 Numbers on Sundials 51 Grieve 52 Main Street event 56 Bridgetown is its capital 59 Haunted-house sights 61 Unhurried 62 British physicist Francis 1877-1945 63 -fime 64 -. nhsona Mina, O 65 French or '"elb 66 Weaken 67 Uninteresting DOWN I Made a perfect 2 Like a certain ranger 3 Undistinguished literary works 4 Have ambition 5 Bring back to lite 6 Mountain crest 7 Slicker of a sort 8 Krazy 9 Emulate a seer 10 Site of a Napoleonic victory II Re fields 12 German AbbI 13 -end the Man Shaw play I9 Milan money 21 Half a Celebrated panda 24 Guiding principle 25 Risky investment 26 Raised strip ri-F' IyTVF 27 Emulate 8ng 28 Macaque 29 Mendicant 30 Hatred 31 Peevish 34 Orbital point 37 Collection 39 Supported 42 Neptune emblem 44 Food familarly 47 Maintain 49 Cleared the tape 51 Normand of silents 52 Test for Jrs 53 Lhasa 54 Gam or Tushingham 55 Brouhahas 56 Elot's Adam 57 Lady Chaplin 58 Clean the deck 60 Paruke ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: AD AR ST O LE S A I A W A RT D E SER VI A R CFAM HPAE EV' r E E IE LA A EN! IT R 1E N T I IT A 1122/IN AlI m El or1 Volunteers needed for six-month oral contraception study. REQUIREMENTS: Good health; between 18-35 years: no medical problems with oral contraceptive use; must be in GainesvIlle area for next six months. BENEFITS: Free physical exam, pap smear; blood test -including cholesterol; six-month's supply of oral contraceptives. 0 soa 0 a SThe Climacteric Clinic research division of Womens Medical and Diagnostic center For information call 372-5600 Re5 01m Jim .,

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Give us a try' 34 Street Plaza 3/2 2257 1 26 5 s Tennis sweat pants 40% oFF all I Shir s 30% oil A more gra l savings at EZ Ten I For Qualily productS service low prices 1-aS15 SALE 25% Ott on most shoes Lots to choose roni 4 U buy compare price. around town A see why our name is EZ TennusI 1 26-5 15 tennis balla now $1 8S9lmit 2 cans' Lets g ogoO Sno'r' a' EZ Tennis our goal s to sell lower than anyone Check uS outi 1-26-5-15 Classifeds. Continued on next page Appearing Wednesday, February 14th Must arrive before 4p.m. Wed. February 7th tnclose your check and mail to: P 0 Box 14257 Gainesville, FL 32604 or bring to: Al .1111gbator 1105 Tr Universtiy Ale i,. .l2079. .r -. -I -I .I 0A 'A ,5 I 11 1 1 s 1 1 1 s -p u .w,' J r e ' m C Q l ar i ,'u 'pG LN 1 1o .1,d. P 4 a I "I *or. to** V. .1 1 1 1 1q, ., -. , w,.' 3 1 1 .p Alw ae.far cre. letter. spoe. A punctulIon mark. 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Phelps: L United Pteseintematwonal NE W RI INN Noi r lame's rhgger Phelps heltvt'v NS 2 Im aniStile iadefmite contender lor this year's NCAA basketball championship "To me, that's a Final Four ieam,' Phelps said after the Tigers thrashed the lighting Irish 87-64 &)tc national television audience Xnd i front of a crowd of more than 14,000 (a record 68,000 ticke were sold) tn the Superdome, Shere (he Super Bowl will be played rey icY 4 [here's lot many [earns who dre goimg to be like ISIM come \I.' Phelps caid "They have ,'vervthmg t hey need, and we loandthat Sot pretty quick I-hte ligvrs, who lost 7(-55 to Alabama on Sunday in lustaloosa, \ia on a gitme br the southeast'U a national crown contender ,r-n ( aniere z hlf~d domconated Scott, Iatneat bolhth nd oil ho, ouirt as \-\itr a ( hris Jack son hold 21 pNIIs and IlITs two looters -teshitan >haquille ('Neal and sop)homiire sIanley Roberts -had 17 at 18 rcspec tively while controlling The backboards 'We wanted to go inside with the ball" Phelps said "But [hIt intimidates you when you try to do that." LSU coach Dale Brown thought it would be a tough game "I told the guys coming in that this game was going to be won in the pits," Brown said "It would be left up to who dives on the floor for loose balls and who fights for rebounds I think we controlled that aspect of the game" Phelps said LSU's two losses by six points to No. I Kansas in lcNational invitational Fournianeoon No v7 and AsvVt T1point upSA t V Mississippi StaLt. (Iin Jail I -cal't be counted wheii previtwmngthe ligers'thanes eorthe national title 'I losses are 'I negatives, Phellps said "In my mind, LSLJ is obviously a Final Four team." In other Southeastern Confer ence basketball action Saturday, Derrick Miller made 24 of his 28 points on three-pointers, leading Kentucky to a 95-83 victory over previous league co-leader Tennessee. Gerald Glass had 34 points to pace Ole Miss to a 84 74 victory over Georgia; and Auburn edged Vanderbilt 82-79 LSU and Alabama both play three conference gamesthis week. After their Sunday meeting, LSU plays host to Georgia on Wednesday and UF on Saturday, while Alabama will be at I l'enlSM (n liuesday and plays hosi tAuburn on Saturday Kentucky, Teuud o. shell of its tornerselfin he wakeol NCAA probation and a coaching change, climbed (o the 500 Tark Saturday with a barrage of three-pointers (17 for 37) The Waildcats had runs of 12 and eight unanswered poits late mt the contest after trailing midway through the second half Glass, No. 2 in SEC scoring (24 2 ppg) behind LSU's Jackson (29.1 ppg), also had 12 rebounds against Georgia "He can do it all -shoot, rebound, pass," said Georgia's Alec Kessler, who had a 30-point afternoon. "He makes their other players do so much better becauseyou have to concentrate on him They did what they had to do at the end, and that was hit from the line STUDENTS WITH SKIN INFECTIONS If you have a staph skin infection: Earn up to $10000 plus free medication by participating in a new antibiotic study Come to Student Health Service Screening Clinic for further Information -HOPE LODGE SEC Standings SEC Ovarll OuissdIrd none 4 2 1231 AIs 42 134 r,'noessoe 4 2 96& Koarnte 41 a a Gi'etill 3 3 1 O1LMIss 3 u9 uF 24 5'7 Ain't, 2 4 5 1 Mss S1,11 25 96 Sunday Rsienm Liulaifl Stale C Aacura 55 Saurdaysa RsofS Louianal State e Noire Dame 64 Ce MsS 84 George. ?4 Auburn 82 andarbl an Finalk 95 eInoAr 83 Tuesday a Wam Alabama a Tesne Wadn.a't 0 LI. Coor 'a I wuasten State 00 06,s a missls Stage Xe trust at Auburn Supturd"y' OuGmn Aubarn at Adsasa if Me Lohbtbta Sll. Teaesr a Georga CAipps oat Kentucky Mizs4ippi Stal, a Yandorbif MODELS WANTED Fox the 1991 WOkENOF U. NOFFLORIDA intnas Rt Urn Roqm 122 wo.nC Jtuaiy 2, 27, and 25.1 0 a pmo Man FWru2ry,3,d4 1o6pem IS 0 turmoil" mm "4'l" w m Int Computer Science Majoin Make A Statement In State-Of-The-Art Iak A ltaormint ablpa I u arrgoal% byjoiningtone opt the hapt knoi orpfrion a hewrid lime I u'.tm'rsritt Int theia al WfulftImniuSidiar fihrglibal Imk Atarerf ,,rporjthn tsnnw %ekerknhu%.ZNK mnhviduAtsu, rk At Lor %11e if thcjrl ahadutfqueroin lampa Itornda Jhu hm rc ladomunoe rkinc OSOL MAndArA'Wmbler there uldht eenitr tr'r'po larrmu LaiiotiralJC paeti BM'thop uwin 40M4runM'Sp/FSA upihiing ( BOiLandorAsmlrr inil'i( performing all he rrlaredlumi'merrcrStfnm ipr our mint popular miguiflt incuding lime Life iopir 'ortune 1girn. Spurt' liusiraitdand I-nterain WXekI To IlarnMiorMabout these ProgrmmeropportunitirS, seeus When wevisi your campus for the tinIvenlpty of FloridaJob Fair onjanuary 22 and 23 at dthe'iurp.ent.O'tonneiICcnttr.Ifyouaztunsblcti'ift wlthtmnourvlsit. Forward your resume or letter oflirat to Michael os, Time Customer scrvlce,lnc.,Dept. LrF, INoethifale Haby,1|inspa, Ft.33609. nrarnunequal opponultyaffirmative acilin cmployrr. Time Customer Service, Inc. HAD IT WITH YOUR ROOMMATE? F Find a new one in Alligator Classdiedt

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MONDAY, JANUARY 22. 199(, ALJGAAH)t23 Gymnasts make improvements, beat JKentucky By SHARON GINN AltgatorWriter Although the UF gymnastics am won last week's season Ikier by more than seven points, seemed that meet was more of a Iress rehearsal than opening eight When the Gators (3-D overall, 1-0 in the Southeastern Conference) :efeated Kentucky (2-1, 0-I) in the 'Connell Center Friday night, ihat was more like competition Unlike their opener, the Gators tad three gymnasts competing in he all-around in-lead of two, and hey weren't drop-i pig like flies from Unior the balance beam Titus SC his time. So, therefore, best on success was expected, said UF Wid a 9 voach Ernestine Weaver, but victory wasn't as'tired That's natural," Weaver said We basically just had the first meet under our belts. The coaching staff told them that they could lose to Kentucky. It'sthe best team they've ever had I think that they ist weren't ready to let it go quite so easily." IF improved its score by nearly four points compared to last week in its 188.45-182.20 victory over Kentucky. Most of that increase can be attributed to the gymnasts' beam performances Last week, sophomore Christina McDonald won the event wvth a 930 Friday night, she scored a 9 70 -her collegiate high -and placed only second. Junior Tracy Wilson won the event with a 9,75, P Is t .4 while senor Karen Brentalt, who look third, also achieved a personal high mark with a r 65 "Every week, we just wait for the beam event," Weaver said "We wait very nervously. and when it goes as well as it did tonight, it's a coach's dream" Junior Pam litus, who didn't compete on the beam last week, scored her best on that event with a 9 40 Adding the routine enabled her to bean all-arounder earlier in the season than even she expected "I didn't know I was doing beam until 1lhursday)," Titus said "I panicked am Bu[ Weaver had red her confidence 'She doesn't he beam think of herself as to. being a beam 10 worker," Weaver said "She didn't really have a dismount last year But she's a very good competitor That competitive spirit helped Titus place third in the all-around with a 37 45 Kentucky's Lee Wisnewski took second with a 37 70. while Brennalt won overall with a 38 15 It was the second consecutive meet victory for Brennalt, a vault specialist who has emerged this season as UPs top all-arounder. "Dat's a real satisfying thing for me," Weaver said "Now that she is a senior, she's quit fighting it (her potential) She sees an opportunity to play a lead role." Brennalt, last year's SEC champion in the vault, won that event with a 9 60 Kentucky's Anie Winn and Wisnewski took second and third, respectively, with scores of SUZETa COOK -ALLIGAR0 Gators gymnast Karen Brenrialt scored a personal beat 9.65 on the balance beam Friday night. 9.55 and 9 45. T swept the florr exercise an peted in three events and won [w Wisnewski also placed third in the uneven bars with a 9.40. McDonald took second on bars with a 9.45, and Wilson took top honors with a 9.50 event that usually yields its highest scores Brennait took third with a 9' K of them, may be a ioitender for the all-around this season 55 Titus and sophomore MeoIssa Ankle problems have kept her butcher tied for first with a 9.60. from competing i the vault for the Weaver said Wilson, who con Gators Jet lag? What jet lag? Swimmers split After loss to Texas, Gators rebound 24 hours later to beat Kentucky By SHARON GINN Alligator Writer After hard-fought losses to Texas on Friday night and a red-eye flight back to Gainesville early Saturday morning, the (IF men's and women's swimming and diving teams should have been too tired to tangle with Kentucky in the O'Connell Center on Saturday night. If the Gators were the lent bit tired, it was difficult to tell. Both squads managed to pound the Wildcats. 'The ninth-ranked men (7-3) pulled out a 62-51 victory, while the No. 4 women (11-1) defeated the Lady Wildcats 72-41. UF posted the victories without much help from its top swimmers, most of whom took it easy after the tough Texas meet. "We got to see some kids that didn't get togo toTexa,"UFcoach Randy Reese said. "1Tey're starting to show signs of Improve ment. It was just good to see them start coming around." Reese placed freshman Alyn Towne and sophomore Viance Giambilvo on his "moest Improved" listin the meetagainst Kentucky. Towne won the 100-yard freestyle in 46.69 seconds while Giambulvo took two events -the 200 free (1:4148) and 500 free (4:40.40). Meanwhile, freshmen divers Cristina Cabrera and Tars Justice earned a trip to Lexington, Ky., for the NCAA Diving Qualifying Meet. Cabrera won the 1-meter went 'We got to see some kids (against Kentucky) that didn't get to go to Texas. They're starting to show signs of improvement. It was just good to see them start coming around." -Randy Reese swim coach with a score of 245.40, and placed second in the 3-meter (255.3). Justice won the 3meter competition with a score of 263. 1. Sophomore Kristen Linehan qualified for the NCAA Championships with a time of 202.16 in her victory in the 200 backstroke. Although some of UF's top swimnmers took Saturday night easy, freshman Whitney Hedgepeth, a consistent champion for the Lady Gators this season, won the 50 (Z3.93) and the 100 free (5120) events. "She's a great simmerr' Reen said. "Shl' one of those that ar capable of swimming when there tired.' UP@ top swimmers, however, were not taking it easy in the Tests meet Friday night. Despite haing what Reese described as "some great swims," the UF teart, couldn't quite swim fast enough, The top-ranked Longhorns men (2-1) deteated the Gators for the fourth time in a row, 053. It wa, a relatively close sore for the meet, since last season Texas defeated the UF men by 23 points. The Lady Gators also had trouble keeping up with the second-ranked Texas women (5-0) The Lady Longhorns left UF, in their wake with a 64-49 victory, evening the series at six victories apiece Junior Martin Zubero and sophomore Anthony Nesty each won three events against Texas. Zubero took top honors in the 200 individual medley (1 50 01) and the 200 backstroke (1:48 33), and swam the lead leg for the winning 400 medley relay Nesty won the 200 butterfly (1 48.42) by three second,, and swamon the 400 medley relay and the first-place 400 free relay. The Lady Gators won six events, all with times under NCAA qualifying standards. Hedgepeth won the 200 individual medley (2:02.40) and the 500 freestyle (4:45.45). She ia. lowered the team best time by 18 seconds In her second-place swim in the 1,000 freestyle (9:45.67). Other winners: Sophomore Jane Kerr wet the 200 free (1:41.78), senior Julie Gorman won the 200 butterfly (1:59.52) and La Lirelen won the 200 back (2-01.07). U r hg o

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21 %lJJ(,AIUR .MCNDAI AIANAY .2 SPORTS ROAD Cellar-dwelling MSU ANigator Staff Report Guard Brian Hogan (picthued a week) scored 11 point. in UF'. Golfers take fourth place -our I mes was one time too many lor the UF women's golf team Afterthrt-e consecutive years of ho1(1ig the prestigious Okla, horna Stale/Guadalajara Inviational title, the lady Gators could not do it again Saturday, placing fourth in the two-day tournament in Guadalajara, Mexico UF shot rounds of 321, 309 and 309 for a team total of 939, led by senior Lisa Hackney, who finished in a tie for fourth Ldi-n vidually at 226 No other Iady Gator finished in the top 10 Tulsa claimed the team title with a 311-302-293-906. Host Oklahoma State was runner up at 912, while Texas was third with 935 OSU took the top two individual spots. Marnie McGuire placed first, carding a 76-7272-220 Carolyn McKenzie and Tulsa's Carin Hialmarsson tied for second at 224 -JASON DAVIS Road games have bern anything but kind it he IIF basketball team Mississippi State, dwelling in the bottom half of the Southeastern Conferenceused asecond-halfrally Saturday night to dismantle the Gators 98-73 at Humphrey Coliseum in Starkville, Miss, -UFs third consecutive SEC road loss The Gators. playing without suspended players Dwayne Schinizius and Tim Turner, dropped to 67 overall and 2-4 in the conference heading into Wednesday's game against Vanderbilt at the O'Connell Center. And in a series in which the Gators had dominated recently -12 consecutive victones over the Bulldogs -Ississippi St MSU posted its biggest confrom the field Sat ference sn in 13 years. After a slim edge at halfbest against the timetheBuldogsoutscored The Bulldogs ma the Gators 58-35 in the secand half, and improved to while UF went 29 9-6, 25 But the outcome wasn't entirely MSU's doing. The Gators continued to be plagued by turnovers, committing 19 to the Bulldogs' nine. Also, MSU outrebounded the Gators 37-31, Yet the most glaring statistics were shooting and steals MSU shot 62 1 percent from the field -the best perenrtage allowed by the Gators this year UF entered the game without letting an opponent shoot better than 46 percent this season. And missing from the Gators was an aggressive man-toman defense -the one that created a school-record 21 steals Wednesday night against Tennessee. Saturday, the Gaters managed only six. "Mississippi State played with a tremendous amount of pride and really hustled," UF coach Don DeVoe said. "Tey looked good to me in every department It was a mismatch from the outset." REGGIE ORtr -ALLIGATOR MSU coach h Richard Williams also saw the improvement gast Tecnnse last of his struggling ballclub Ifing efflot Sunday. "Our guys really played with confidence," Williams said. Lady Gators win in overtime KILL its visiting Gators 98-73 I'm proud for them They deserve to win a game like this lII ['drman id (IGators proved to be the perfect team lor the IuilogS to get healthy against. While most of the attention at I lF has been focused on players off the team, the Bulldogs used a balanced offense and aggressive defense to W l>ayne 1> Ivs and Scott Stewart led UF with 14 poits each Davis added II rebounds and Renaldo Garcia stored 10 points MStU guard Pony Watts excited the 5,898 partisan crowd in a reserve role, scoring 21 points on 8-for-12 shooting Forward Cameron Burns added 19 points and 12 rebounds. But for a while, the Gators looked ready to hand the Bulldogs a loss at home. They stayed close in ate shot 62 percent urday night -the ;ators this season. de 41 of 66 shots, -for-61. the first half behind the three-point shooting of sophomore Brian Hogan and Stewart, a freshman. Hogan hit three three-ponters and Stewart added two as theGators hit -ightof II three-pointers to keep within two -40-38 -at intermission the Gators probably should have stayed in the locker room The Bulldogs came out rejuvenated, shooting 65 percent p the second half to hand the Gators their second consecutive defeat By the end of the game, the Bulldogs had gone deep into their bench as 11 players played in the game with nine scoring Infornaion from United Press International was used in rhrs report UF (731 -Jackson 1 5 0 2 Poo 3 11 0 0 6 Dams 6 13 2-5 14, Garcia 4 7 0 0 10 Cant 12 2 4 s c shnits44-l1 *, Hogan3 s 2-2 11. Gnmtim 1-3 1-2 3 Stwn 6 014 L*s _--0 0 To t2g4, 74 1 73 inMinfsATEtw) -Canorse23l12 SUrM i036l1gnmet 4O008 saistm !t2 312, Smo4-120.09 M.n2z20 1 5 Wa&M822 221 WoId.3 4 12 7 GDaio 2 12 3 Hocpor 0 1 00, PsonO-n 0 0 0Tta41-S 1120 N HaIlli.MSU 40, UF 3T ThM-powtag -UF8.14 mHcnt.5. GarctZ 3 Saml 2 3 Ca.ir I Garm y I J.son 0 1) US 5 7 Wt, 3-4), Samn 1 2, Mnrrn 1 1) Foied 0i4 -non Iftou -UF 10 s 13 s amouia -UF 31 Dam lI MSo 37 carns 12) Amrai -UF 10 Gonmsit 3) Into 2n (Nanijai 81 1db'mas -nons A -5111 By SB DOEL Alligator writer With the scoreboard showing 12 second. in regulation and Mississippi State leading the Lady Gators 80-78, UF point guard Camille Ratledge looked at fellow senior Casandra Washington and gave her an order -take off and shoot. Washington took the order, raced down court, took a Ratledge pan. at halfcourt and pulled up from 18 feet. Her swish with '07 showing on the clock knotted the score at 80 and sent the game into overtime, where UF pulled away for a 91-87 Southeastern Conference victory in the O'Connell Center, "We didn't have time for a set play, and I just looked at Coco (Washington) and told her to take off," Ratledge said. "I wanted her to shoot." The victory halted a four-game losing skid for the Lady Gators, improving their record l6 overall, 1-2 in the SEC For Washington and Ratledge, the victory -their first over the Lady Bulldogs since arriving on the UF campus -was even sweeter "'his was our last year, last chance to beat them, and Camille and I really wanted it bad," Washington said Were it not for the pai's late game heroics, UF's first win over MSU since 1986 couldn't have happened, Ratledge, who handed out 14 assist, to move her into se. Lfty etrs, pqgo 21 E. AMM SIODOOWD Mfisasipi Stat, guard Sq.ile Ratiliff fouls UF losn Bvis E. 0 a she gos far a ISyM dulig SWISS S S 60-78 owrtiM 11106y.