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I New treasurer vetoes funds for COAR speaker I

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By ANTHONY LEDERMAN ment administration is not concerned with Chief of Staff before taking the position as Thomas said. "COAR is great, but we have
the welfare of the students," Maynard said. interim treasurer,and Health Cabinet Director scarce resources in SG."
Alligator Writer
"They are only concerned with their political Jason Rosenberg said that the veto is Thomas cited a 1-percent student turnoutat
Students should be participating in Cam- games." justified. But they expect repercussions. the last SG Rape Awareness Week speechas
pus Organized Against Rape Week today Thomas said he vetoed the bill because "Nothing scares me more than if I veto another reason why he vetoed the bill.
instead of watching a "political volleyball"game COAR has $11,000 of unused funds in Its this because I have to go before the Senate," And the crowd would be much smaller if
said COAR President Wendy May Infirmary account. COAR is dually sup- Thomas said. "I hope no one says,'It shows reporters weren't there, he said.
nard. ported by SG and the Infirmary. that you're insensitive.. But Maynard said that if COAR brought

Maynard referred to the political game In a memo written to Student Body Pres- "I think that rape is one of the most Kilbourne to speak about the image of
between COAR and Student Governmentthat ident Ed Scales, Infirmary Director Boyd heinous,despicable violent crimes,"he said. women in advertising, there would be a
began l last semester when former trea- Kellett wrote that COAR has not spent more "But it's not my job to decide which crimesare great turnout.
surer Alan Levine vetoed a bill that would than $4,000 in each of the past four years. harsh it's just to decide what's best "Because of another organization's mis-
have funded COAR Week.. Kellett also wrote that he thinks COAR has for students." take, our organization and students as a
The game continued Monday when new adequate funding for COAR Week in the Thomas said he was actually doing COARa whole are losing out," Maynard said.
Interim Student Body Treasurer Scott Infirmary account. favor by giving them the opportunity to Thomas said that although he vetoed the
Thomas vetoed the $3,000 bill,which would "They are trying to make COAR part of get out of the political process and rely on bill, he has nothing against COAR.
have brought guest speaker Jean Kilbourneto the Infirmary without our consent," May constant funding every year from student "It's possible that we have real differences
UF for the event. nard said. health services. without them being personal or vindictivein

"I think it's sad that the student govern- Thomas, who was formerly Ed Scales' "We have to make value choices," some way."


.. 1 Turner gives different story I


Basketball player reinstated, says he threw mirror I
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said Monday he actually threw the mirror."I .
By MIKE DAME
was tossing it to get rid of it so we could
Alligator Staff Writer
avoid the bigger situation which I thought was
The continuing saga that is UF basketball going to happen,"Turner said. "Basically what
took several new twists Monday, climaxingwith (Stevens) said is I used poor judgment, and
a different version of the events that led instead of throwing it I should have set it
to the Jan. 15 suspensions of Dwayne down."
Schintzius and Tim Turner. The State Attorney's Office dismissed a fel-

Turner was reinstated to the basketball team ony charge against Schintzius Friday for
Monday after a 30-minute( meeting with Student throwing the mirror, but he still faces a possible
Judicial Affairs Dean Irene Stevens, who misdemeanor charge for ripping the mirroroff
issued the sophomore forward a reprimand. the Jeep.

Following the meeting, Turner discussed UF freshman James Alex Patton was the
details of the Jan. 14 incident at an Alpha Tau witness Gainesville police cited in their report. .,I
Omega fraternity party for the first time Patton, an ATO pledge, could not be reached
contradicting a Gainesville police report. Monday to comment on his testimony.

According to Gainesville police's report, Stevens would not comment on eitherTurner's
Schintzius ripped the side-view mirror off a or Schintzius' case before Studentsee

Jeep parked outside the ATO house and hurledit Turner page 4 j I
It toward an upper-floor window. But Turner .


Admission rules to change I


R New students must meet foreign language requirements :

edge on a test.Mitchell .
CHRISTY HARRIS
By said the Board of Regents, the 13
x Alligator Writer people who oversee the nine state universities,
Students who want to attend UF or any other see the law as contrary to the state's goal of
s state university after next August, must meeta increasing minority enrollment because mi-
foreign language requirement one that norities often don't meet the requirement.
will especially affect some minorities and ath "Right now, there's no discretion," Mitchell
letes. said. "I) don't disagree with the goal, but when "
Those students sometimes have been ac- they pass a law without flexibility, people who
cepted despite not meeting the language re- should be in a university will be excluded." t
quirement, but in less than two years that will Mitchell said the law's goal is to make
change, said Bruce Mitchell, Board of Regents students able to do business on an international
admissions and registration committee chair- level. He said the law's sponsor, Sen. N.
Curtis Peterson Jr.,D-Lakeland, believes every
.f man.Now students can be admitted to state universities student needs to take a foreign language.
without meeting the foreign language Until Aug. 1, 1991, the law states that a
requirement,as long as they complete it before "limited number" of students who don't meet
graduating. Once the new law takes effect Aug. the requirement will be admitted, but they will
I 1, 1991, students will have to meet the requirements have to take eight to 10 foreign language
before being admitted. credits before graduating.
Go fly a kite KEVIN WISNIEWSKI-ALLIGATOR The foreign language requirement for, ad- That part of the requirement took effect this
missions can be met by taking two years of spring and mainly affects transfer students
John Grannis, a lifeguard fat Lake Wauburg, tries his hand at flying who until
{ one foreign language in high school, taking from community colleges, now were
a kite near the lake Thursday. eight to 10 credits of a language in community
see Requirement,page 11all.
college,or by demonstrating equivalent knowl

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Man Arrested For Attempted MurderA Maulden bleeding and barely conscious at about 6:30: I
in her apartment. Maulden told police Barnes' first
Gainesville man was arrested Wednesday night for p.m.
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name and the apartment building he lived in, Sgt. Butch
trying to murder a woman in a wooded area earlier that
morning near the 1700 block of Southeast Third Avenue, Taylor said. Barnes was arrested later that night at arelative's I Pizza Pizza Pizza I II

Gainesville police said. apartment on Southeast Eighth Avenue Dar- I slice & Med. soft drink $1.99 1on I
nell said. Regular
Jay Bruce Barnes, 29 left Mae's Lounge on 429 NW
Sixth Ave. with Angela Maulden, 27, around midnight. Maulden remains in stable condition at Alachua Slice & Med. soft drink $2.99 I II j
treated for skull Super
General Hospital, where she is being
The two went into the woods, where Barnes beat heron
the head with an unknown weapon until she escaped, fractures. Barnes is being held in the Alachua County 136 NW/ 13th St. Oaks Mall Plaza I.

police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. jail on $50,000 bond. -MIKE BRUSCELL I 373-8161 331-1011

Maulden's boyfriend, James Lee Hamilton, found iaaa-.L.Lr..8..B at------ otvJa


. WHAT'S HAPPENINGNo I


hands: UF Men's Soccer Club Healthy stretch: The Student presented to Art Sandeen at the Environmental
meets this afternoon at 4 at Fleming Health Outreach Team meets Action Group meeting
Field and is recruiting new membersfor tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room 363, today at 5 in Turlington Hall Room
spring season. Call 373.0926 for for a new member reception. Call L005. Call 392.6253 for information.
information.In 392.1161, ext. 283, for information. I think, therefore I am:
the flesh: Professor David Business circle: Alpha Kappa Psi Philosophy Society will meet tonightat
Denslow will be at the Under will hold inductions tonight at 5:45: in in Reitz Union Room B73 for an
graduate Economics Society meet- Little Hall Room 215. Business students informal, open discussion on "Ex
ing tonight at 7:30: in Matherly Hall wishing to join should bring ploitation." Call David, 395-9743 for
Room 103. Call Chris Taylor, 335- $25 for dues and dress professionally. information.
9842 for information. Man's best friends: The Zoological
Water walkers: UF Water Ski Human resources: Society for and Wildlife Medicine Club
Club will meet tonight at 8 at Joe's Human Resource Managementmeets meets tonight at 7 in room Cl.17J.
Deli, 1802 W. University Ave. Call tonight at 7:30: in MatherlyHall Hillis Miller Health Science Center.
Chuck, 373-1991, for information.It's room 119. Call Pam Dolan, 336- Call 392-6892 for information.A .
not about penmanship: Sign- 7436, for information. cappella: The MIT Choral-
ing Gators meets tonight at 6:30: in Natural steps: John Paling will laries, a co-ed a cappella singing
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the Orange & Brew. Everyone welcome speak on "Individuals and the En.vironmentWhat group, will perform today at noon on 1rtA
Call Stephanie, 336.8693, for you can do" and the Reitz Union Colonnade. Call 392-

Information. the SG Earth Day Resolution will be 1655 for information. a ., a
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TUESDAY JANUARY 23,1990.ALLIGATOR. 3


Robberies plague .1



1 fraternity houses I


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By MIKE BRUSCELL stepped out for a while and in the
meantime it said
Alligator Writer happened,
Kappa Alpha member Kane
More than $2700 of property was Radebaugh.

+ reported missing last weekend Radebaugh, a UF sophomore,
after three houses on FraternityRow had and
a guitar about $10 of
were broken into between late change stolen from his room. He

Saturday night and early Sunday said fraternity members believe

,r morning, UF police said. the burglary happened within a
UF police spokeswoman Angie
t"" half-hour period because an an-
... Tipton said the three fraternity swering machine was found at

.,.. "- houses, Delta Chi, Kappa Alpha about 12:30: a.m. in the upstairs hall
., and Pi Kappa Phi were all burglar- that hadn't been there at midnight.Pi .
1 It t ized within two to three hours. She
Kappa Phi members
said better security on the part of reported
three rooms burglarized at their
.,... the residents might have preventedthe
house at 11 Fraternity Row. Frater-
burglaries."The .
nity treasurer Robert Mann,whose
thief or thieves unfortu-
videocassette
recorder stolen
was ,
= nately didn't have to work too hardat said
most of the members were
I' their task, and that's all too for
away the weekend. Mann said
common on this campus, Tipton he and other fraternity members

said.At believe two men who walked into
the Delta Chi house, 6 Frater- the house Saturday night asking to

nity Row, Darryl Hemminger, Cur- use the phone upstairs stole the
tis Peart and Jonathan Carter $690 of property that police esti-
PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR reported about $990 of money, mate was missing."I .
credit cards, jewelry and stereo
guess on their way down they
stolen from their
equipment
SG rooms. Police said Peart and stopped in my room," Mann said.

parties play name gameBy Carter's room was broken into by All the fraternities reported see-

removing an air conditioner from ing strangers on the property dur-
"Because you have so much transition, the par- the weekend said.
M.D. CUMELLA the window and climbing inside.Hemminger's ing Tipton
ties become associated with the people who run
Alligator Writer window was un- At the Pi Kappa Phi house,
them, not their policies, Delegal said. "When the po-
locked.
Shakespeare once wrote, "that which we call a people in the parties change, the personality of the lice said fraternity members re-
rose, by any other name, would smell as sweet." party changes. Sometimes it's just better to start About$1,065 of property,including ported seeing two black males
This Is true of politics. fresh." jewelry and a videocassette re- about 20 years old, one about 6 feet

UFs political parties come and go but the names The SUN party currently controls Student Sen- corder, was missing from five tall and weighing 190 pounds, and
rooms at the Kappa Alpha house, the other about
feet
5 11 inches tall
I are all!that really change. ate with more than 50 of the 80 student senators,
5-A Fraternity Row. Police said fra- and
175 A black male
Students have created more than a dozen polit- but party leader Lise Smith said no one is running pounds.
ternity members left the house un- about 20 years old, 6 feet tall and
ical parties since 1986 with names such as Action, under the party name as far as she knows.
attended and unlocked from
about
180 pounds at the
Beach, Express, Florida Student Party, G.A.T.O.R, Smith said she thinks students get bored with was seen Kappa
10:30 Saturday to midnight
:
p.m. Alpha house and Delta Chi
Impact, Progress, Students Taking An Active Role parties quickly, and parties have an easier time mem-
Sunday,and didn't notice anythingwas bers said white male
STAR Students Unite SUN and Wave. In their than issues. they saw a
( ), Now ( ) changing name creating new
missing until 4 that after-
p.m. about 6 feet 1 inches tall and 185
1986, student body president candidate David "After a year, the parties get kind of old," Smith noon. pounds the
I Wagie even named a party after himself the said. "If promise on property. Tipton
you change your name, you can
"There were some (fraternity would not release additional de-
WAGIE party. students the same things over and over again.
members) who were there who tails.
Party leaders often say they change names to Smith said students might get more involved in

+ start fresh and clean up Student Government, but SG if parties developed permanent ideologies."If .

t issues such as tuition and parking never change. students could count on two solid parties, Investigators reveal similarities
Former Student Body President Scooter Willis they might get more involved," she said. "They I

said presidential candidates often form new partiesso might even start calling it their party."

they can use old ideas and call them new. Delegal, who has been part of five different between two recent rape cases

The parties don't really represent new ideas, parties at UF, said he doesn't think UF will ever Gainesville police still are in- drove around again before leav-

,, even though they like to say they do," Willis said. have long-lasting parties. vestigating the Jan. 13 rape of a ing them. However, the Oaks

"They just represent groups of people." "The parties are really just short-term coalitionsthat 19-year-old UF student,and saidit Mall rapist used a gun, Alachua

Willis also said candidates don't want to be ( ) students used to get elected," Delegal said. might be linked to a rape last County Sheriff spokesman

connected with unpopular stances taken by previous Former Senate President Michael Browne, who month at the Oaks Mall. Spencer Mann said. The

parties. formed the Vision party earlier this month to run Police spokeswoman Lt. student's rapist used a knife.

"Why take any negative things with you if you for student body president, said it's hard to run Sadie Darnell said both rapists Police described the

can start over?" he said. with an incumbent party. were armed, and in both casesan student's rapist only as a black

Tad Delegal, an unsuccessful candidate for stu- "Everyone exploits the negatives of Student unknown attacker forced the male. A description of the Oaks

dent body president in 1986, said another reason Government when they run, so everyone tries to victims into their cars, drove Mall rapist was not released.

for the constant changes are lack of continuity. start with a clean slate," Browne said. around, raped the women, then MIKE BRUSCELL




I Senator to present controversial 2-day election bill (1,1


CENZIPER date that any bill dealing with elec- important to him, he should have "We just haven't had enough Allen-Jones said the committeewill
By DEBBIE tions must be placed on the Senate thought about it a little earlier." meetings to deal with all the work not speed up the reviewing

Alligator Writer floor three weeks before the elec- A two-day election only would we've got waiting for us," said process just to pass legislation on 1

After getting the runaroundfrom tion. That means Grapski's bill solicit 800 more votes,a 15 percent Grapski, who is a member of the to the Senate.

several committees, Student needs to be presented tonight or increase, and would be a greater judiciary. "We're not putting any-

Senator Charlie Grapski, the else it will be void. expense for the university, thing out on the Senate floor." Larry Medvinsky, former chair-

leader of the Independent Party, Grapski said a two-day election Trebincevic said. Ty Allen-Jones, the chairman of man of the judiciary committee,
said he will present his bill to the will allow those students who can't But Grapski said he presentedthe the judiciary committee, said the said there are three processes a

Senate in public debate today. vote on one day,to have the chanceto bill last semester to the judi- committee has no urgent legisla- bill can go through to reach the

Grapski said his bill, which calls vote the next. ciary committee- the committeethat tion that needs to be reviewed be- Senate. He said it first can be sent

for a two-day election period, has Senate President Amira decides what bills will go in fore Tuesday. The pressing issues to judiciary. If that doesn't work,
not been reviewed by the judiciary Trebincevic said Grapski failed to front of Senate- but the committee were finalized at the end of last it can then be sent to Replacementand

committee and was not put on the provide enough research about the never reviewed it. semester, he said. Agenda. Lastly, the senatorcan

Senate's agenda Sunday night at a effectiveness and cost of a two-day Grapski said the committee There is no reason to try to publicly debate it on the sen-

meeting of the Replacement and election period."I didn't meet enough last semesterto push a bill through because the ate floor.

Agenda committee. see his complaints as only sufficiently review all the legis- legislation we have now isn't of see Bills, page 4
Student Government rules man- complaints," she said. Jlf it was lation. emergency quality," he said.:



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I EARN $650!

Study will require four 12-hour stays
to undergo alcohol treatment Monday through Friday over a 6-8 week period.

01 '-" MALES & FEMALES 18-45 NON-SMOKERS
WASHINGTON (UPI) Mayor Marion Barry, continue to operate smoothly. MUST WHEEZE OR COUGH WHEN EXPOSEDTO
facing a federal drug charge, left town to enter a "The day-to-day management of this governmenthas CATS OR DUST
Florida alcohol treatment facility Monday, and a top been and continues to be a team effort"Thompsonsaid HAVE NO OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONSCALL
aide named to run the government in his absence at a news conference. "The players on this team 3929086If
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vowed the city would experience "no leadership are competent professionals." no answer, please leave message on recorder .
vacuum." Barry was to undergo the first of his court-ordered I
Barry left his Washington home with his wife, Effi, weekly urinalysis tests for drugs Monday, but Mundy
at about 6 a.m. for alcohol treatment, his attorney, R. would not say if that test was conducted before Barry
Kenneth Mundy, said. left the city. j
Mundy would not say what facility Barry would Barry, 53, has not announced whether he will seeka
enter, but sources in Florida said Barry flew to West fourth term, but Mundy and Thompson said he is
Palm Beach and reportedly would be admitted to the not considering resignation.His term lasts for another
Hanly-Hazelden Center at St. Mary's Hospital.A 11 months.
hospital spokeswoman,citing confidentiality laws, Thompson took over all the mayor's powers with PREVIEW90
refused to reveal if Barry was a patient. the exception of signing or vetoing legislation or
City Administrator Carol Thompson, whom Barry approving contracts with the federal government She
named Friday to run the government as he deals with said Barry would be sent documents that need his UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA .
his legal and personal troubles, said the city would signature at the treatment facility. OFFICE FOR STUDENT SERVICES


_ Haitian leaders crack down on opposition I Preview '90 information

session for all those
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (UPI) Security forces But the independent radio i station Metropole said I
appeared to be extending a crackdown on political Sunday between 30 and 40 people were arrested over Interested in applying for
opposition into the provinces amid reports Monday a the weekend under a 30-day state of siege declaredby
leading activist was arrested in Cap-Haitian, the Avril Saturday as a means of cracking down on the summer orientation staffto
second largest city in the island nation. "terrorism" in the wake of a military officer's assas- be held Jan.
Two other people were reported arrested in the sination.In Wednesday,
capital where some opposition leaders were believedin Washington, the State Department called Mon- 24th at 6:00: p.m. in Rooms
hiding and many media outlets opted not to broad day for the government of Haiti to move ahead with
cast news on efforts by military ruler Gen. Prosper local elections in April,despite the deportation of main 361 362 and 363 of the J.
Avril to arrest and deport opponents three months opposition leaders and the state of siege suspending Wayne Reitz Union.
before elections. constitutional rights.Spokeswoman .
Max Montreuil, leader of the Neighborhood Com- Margaret Tutwiler said Avril's
mittee of Cap-Haitian, was arrested Sunday afternoon, government was "putting to risk the democratic tran-
according to Cap-Haitian residents arriving in Port-Au- sition" in Haiti with its crackdown on political op
Prince Monday. Montreuil's reported arrest would be ponents. The government has deported several
the first of a political opposition leader outside the leading opposition figures to the United States,includ-

capital The military since the government crackdown has began not released any offi- ing constitution.Dr. Louis Roy, a co-author of the country's 1987 [DO) W@J(!! W I E 00J1f[ {] MDrFaMo [Q)

information about the crackdown. [ [ D3brn[o [ P@[[]B 3 [?@[Kl iJirnffi }{]

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MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet soldiers sealed the bor- Gerasimov confirmed the border sealing at a news
der with Iran Monday as an estimated 100,000 Azer- conference later in the day, saying, "I think the task
baijanis crowded a hilltop park overlooking Baku to of the military forces now in Azerbaijan is to close the 777777177777771177777777777777777111
bury those killed from the assault on their capital city. border so that there is no transporting over of
Revising the official death toll, the government weapons." Lffi{]101 []3rn D Uor &Jb

more newspaper than Izvetia 200 wounded said 62 civilians when the were Soviet killed army and But to The the Tehran Azerbaijani Times nationalists denied Iran in the had rebellious suppliedarms [?!IFOCO&I D [ !T@[Kl Oo r? rn&J1.b[

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Monday, the Soviet army moved to seal Azerbaijan's baijanis and Armenians over the disputed enclave of
480 miles of open border with Iran in an apparentmove Nagorno-Karabakh in Azerbaijan,populated mainly by
to prevent the flow of arms to Azerbaijani Armenians. The disturbances have claimed over 300
nationalists across the frontier. lives, at least 150 since the Azerbaijani nationalists
Soviet Foreign Ministry spokesman Gennady called for renewed pogroms Jan. 13.


TURNERfrom short on top and long in the back ger brother Travis, a freshman for-
page 1 since high school. ward on the team who sports a
"The issue is not the hair. It's similar style, also must get a trim.
Judicial Affairs because of student doing the things that I expect of all "I've got a haircut scheduled for
confidentiality laws. my players," DeVoe said (today) after practice,"Travis said.
Schintzius is expected to meet Schintzius has referred all ques- "He said it was too long, and I
with Stevens today. But even if she tions concerning his suspension to agree with him. He said to get a
clears the senior center to returnto his attorney, Huntley Johnson. good trim so I guess that meansa IS 3.% AN HOUR
the team, Gators coach Don Johnson hasn't returned calls the good two or three inches.
DeVoe said he won't let Schintzius past two days. "But Don
no DeVoe haircut, def- UF STUDENTS
back until he gets a haircut. FACULTY, STAFF
The hair mandate has not initely. I want to keep my
Schintzius has worn his hair stopped with Schintzius. His youn- girlfriend. & SPOUSES CAN APPLY


BILLSfrom ment and Agenda committee may ment," Browne said. "I would say DEADLINE
have made premature decisions the maximum number of people TO APPLY IS JAN. 294 "
3
page about the two-day election bill, working with Vision are less than
said because they are 10 and more than 4. Six are on the
"They just didn't want to do it, Grapski FOR MORE INFO.
Grapskl said, referring to the Re- supportors of the Vision Party Replacement and Agenda committee. CALL
placement and Agenda committee."It's while Grapski supports the Today ." iDMiiH OR COME BY
just outrageous the way Party. The Senate will meet at 7:30: p.m. ,
they're all playing games like this. Vision presidential candidate in room 349 of the Reitz Union to ROOM 214 FLA. GYM.
"They're (the senate) seriously Michael Browne confirmed that he discuss fund requests for the Stu-
depriving the student body the has strong support in the Replace- dent American Veterinary Medical
right to vote at this school," ment and Agenda committee."I'm Association, the Gator Guard-Drill INTRAMURALS ARE FUNDED BY STUDENT GOVT. AND SPONSORED
Grapskl said. doing very well with people Team and Physically Limited University BY THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFOFcMANCE.L .
Some senators on the Replace- involved with Student Govern- Students.



,JANUARY 23,1990,ALLIGATOR 5



, Task force revises Students to help decide McCoy charged for


student AIDS policy condom machine messageBy attack on woman
UF football player Tony McCoy was
I UF employees who release information about -
be depressing?" charged Monday with six criminal
campus AIDS victims be disciplined, the UF RONALD DUPONT JR.
may About 25 machines, dispensing counts stemming from a Nov. 20 sexual
Task Force on AIDS and HIV Infection voted Mon Alligator Writer
Prime lubricated condoms for 50 assault of a female student at knife point.
day.The Because the UF Task Force on cents each, will be hung on bath McCoy,a starting defensive tackle for
a task force also supported a state bylaw that AIDS and HIV Infection couldn't de- room walls in dormitories,the Reitz the Gators last season,was charged with
t t says AIDS victims are considered handicapped and cide on a message for campus condom Union and the J. Hillis Miller Health armed kidnapping, two counts of armed
should receive all services given to such students. machines, it will look to Center. sexual battery,two counts of simple bat-
Both stances were taken by the task force whenit students for an answer. Some committee members said tery and a count of aggravated assault.He .
approved revisions to UF's AIDS policy. During Monday's task force meet the message could be written like \is scheduled to be arraigned today
The new discipline policy,approved unanimously ing, members discussed for about a warnings on cigarette boxes, with in Alachua County Court.Attorneys said
t by the task force, states that"breach of confidentiality half hour what message should be the condom message warning people he is expected to plead not guilty.
of information obtained in an official university on the machines that will be in- about the sexually transmitted Alachua County jail records show the
capacity may result in disciplinary action" to the stalled in late February. But they diseases that could be contracted by 6-foot-l, 265-pound McCoy allegedly
person who released the information. couldn't agree on a message and not using a condom. sexually assaulted the 22-year-old victim
UF health educator Joanne Auth said the threatof decided to conduct a survey.In Other task force members discussed and forced her to perform oral sex.After
discipline for UF employees was included in the the informal survey, teacherswill less harsh messages."Do piercing her chest with a knife,he alleg-
AIDS policy revisions after a student had suggestedthat ask both male and female stu- you want an educational message edly scraped it across her body and told
the importance of confidentiality was not being dents what sort of statement on a or a persuasive one?" UF her she was going to die.
stressed. condom machine would most likely Health Educator Joanne Auth said. McCoy, 20, was released on $25,000
; The revisions did not specify what sort of disci- catch their attention. Auth also discussed the possibility bond Nov. 23. He was suspended indefinitely
plinary action would be taken. "Should it be humorous?"said Ste- of occasionally putting different from the football team.
I RONALD DUPONT JR. ven Womeldurf, a graduate student messages on the machines to target JASON DAVIS
and task force member. "Should it different types of condom buyers.

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you're young, you tend to take things for
granted. The simple things such as safety and life. Only

something powerful can knock you down.
lt
It's sad that it took the brutal rape of a UF student and

the senseless murder of recent graduate Ronald Willis to

send the UF community into a crime-safety frenzy. Why
did it take such a hard slap in the face to see the realityof

a violent world?

Gainesville Police Lt. Sadie Darnell and UF police

spokeswoman Angie Tipton say their offices have been
-
deluged with requests for crime prevention programs -

since the abduction and rape of a student on West Panhel-

lenic Drive one week ago. Their programs are suddenly
booked for weeks at sorority houses and residence halls. I

Students haven't used the Student Nighttime Auxiliary I What events will the 90s ? I
Patrol in such numbers since the disappearance of UF bring

junior Tiffany Sessions last year, Tipton said. The violent
Mount in North Central
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events last week were "too close to campus for comfort, there is a cave warmed by a fire of brush wood. The eo- James LowryN
she said. lore surrounding Al Hasaan Daveet, the lone inhabitant I

Several sororities have taken action against crime by of this rocky outcropping, focuses on his THE LEFT LANE
ability to the future.
trimming hedges and adding new lights around their uncanny predict
Through underhanded methods, The Alligator has Crash of 1996 throws America into a three-year
houses which Darnell said are practical deterrents off- obtained Al Hasaan's just-released treatise: "A Peek recession which hits military contractors and cigarette
campus residents can use. She said deadbolt locks and Back at the 1990s." companies hardest. It predicates Cuomo-Gore
window locks are also additional common-sense measures. Some highlights: Democratic victory for the White House.
.When the European Economic Community formsin Congress outlaws cigarettes. Liggett-Myers and
Both Tipton and Darnell agree tragedy shouldn't be 1993, the USSR and East Germany will apply for Philip-Morris rebel, distributing and exporting illegally. -
the way to make people act more safely. Crimes such as admission. The reformed Communists will be put on Cuomo sanctions dawn invasion of North Carolinaby
these are like death, Darnell said, no one wants to talk the wait list, pending a retaking of the SAT and the Southern Command, arrests cigarette barons
about them although they're part of reality. summer school courses in economic rehabilitation. and brings them to Miami for trial. Tobacco crops
Bush gets four more years, claiming that his burned.
But there's a big difference between safety and environmental and educational reforms have not only Sony Corp. buys Trump Corp. for $25 Billion,
paranoia. It's easy to set up a buddy system when walk- put America back on top, but have cleaned the air so claiming one-fourth of Manhattan.
ing home from a late class or to carry a small flashlighton that the average American can see more than a Everyone's phone will be wired through a 10 foot
a key chain. thousand points of light in the night sky. 1,008,1009, diagonal High Definition TV. Your mother never
minimum. seemed so close to home. Doesn't she need a facial?
Make sure your home is well lit inside and out and get ITo offset his hawkish nature, Dan Quayle picks .Two scientists at the University of Utah try to
to know your neighbors, Darnell said. You don't have to Libertarian James Brown as his running mate. Jour patent a"Star Trek"particle transfer system poweredby
like the people next door, she said, but at the very least nalists pry into Brown's dubious educational and cold fusion. They are found out to be phonies,and
political background, finding that The Father of Soul are demoted to freshman chemistry lab duty.
could look for each other.
you out was expelled from school.Brown offsets criticism with

Dormitories i could re-encourage residents to open overpowering stage presence and double-talk during James Lowy is a first year law student. His
doors only to people they know or to those who know campaign. whereabouts in the 1990s are unknown.

who they're visiting. It can't hurt to know fellow floor resi- I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
dents a bit better.
SNAP doesn't and poorly lit roads to my dorm.I and was able to come pick me up.
Last year, there were 39 violent crimes on campus, help I was very upset, so you can I'm sure that my fear at a situation
which isn't bad when compared to the faculty and stu- calm student fearsEditor understand the motivation for this like this makes many people
dent population of 55,000. But even one is too many. letter when I found out that a feel that I'm being paranoid. Well,
"Zero is what we want," Tipton said. : We have noticed a serious similar experience was had by my to those who say that,just because
flaw in the Student Nighttime friend across the hall who will now you're paranoid doesn't mean
Practicing safety should become habit instead of just a Auxiliary Patrol program and in tell her story. they're not after you.
trend. Just like buckling the safety belt in the car or recy- university safety in general.On On Jan. 17, at 6 p.m., I went to I've been raped before, and for
cling newspapers, personal safety can be an inborn part Jan. 16, in an attempt to a meeting in Reitz Union. Upon those of you who can't understandthe
of our lives. Awareness shouldn't end when the crimesaren't utilize the SNAP service, which is leaving the meeting at 6:50,1: I called emotional trauma of the experience
designed to escort students at SNAP only to find that the lines trust me when I say thatit
headline
news. night to ensure their safety,I calledto were tied up. Ten minutes later I is something I would not even
arrange an escort to a nighttime had the person in the information wish on my worst enemy.
class in Little HalL booth contact UF police because I The SNAP has been less than
alligatorManaging was late for an appointment.She effective in calming our fears due
They assured me on the phone
Editor, tried to arrange an escort to their inability to perform this job
that
Lucy Chabot someone would meet me after for me, only to be informed that efficiently.As .
class to walk me home. After class,
Editor Opinions Editor at the designated meeting time, I tied they were very sorry,but"we're all far as UF police are con-
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton waited for my escort to arrive. Fifteen up with" the basketball game cerned, they are all too eager to
minutes later, I was still wait right now. That was at 7 p.m. help after the fact. But how impor-
Letter Policy ing, alone and now petrified,in the At 8 p.m. I was still sitting by tant would the basketball game
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one frbylO page). They should be dark parking area. the circular driveway, awaiting my have been if one of us, or any
typed, double-spaced and signed They should Include typed name, address and telephone ride. Finally, I went inside to call been for lack of es-
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows/Just cause If you have any questions call I woman, raped
Finding no phone, left
the editorial, page editor at 376-4458 was no my roommate hoping she would cort?
alternative but to walk the deserted be home. She was home early Name withheld upon requestI



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TUESDAY.JANUARY 23.1990. ALLIGATOR.7


;l Florida's growth worries Senator I Pre-expo prepares students ,i

t I By DUANE MARSTELLER Legislature,"" said Kirkpatrick who is up By USE FISHER saved time, focusing on "no-nonsense kind
for re-election this "The
year. Legislaturedoes of "
1 Alligator Writer talking.
not have the courage to increase Alligator Writer
! Because Florida doesn't have the tax taxes unless there is a groundswell or Both students and employers said they The forums and workshops also preparedsome
students for .
base to keep with its tremendous today's events."I
up grassroots movement that says 'Listen enjoyed the personal atmosphere during
i growth, the state's environment may be you've got to find some way to raise Monday's pre-expo forums and workshops, was afraid they would just talk about
damaged even more despite legislation to money.'" which gave them a chance to talk before their company I wouldn't be interested

prevent that state Sen. George Kirkpat- Kirkpatrick, a member of both the Senate today's Career Expo in the O'Connell Center. and that would be it," said Amy Voigt, a
rick D-Gainesville told more than 100 UF psychology senior who to talk
j plans to pro
Appropriation Committee and the Nat The forums and workshops held in the
I students on campus Monday afternoon. spective employers today during Career
" ural Resources and Conservation Reitz Union, informed students about career
"We've made substantial strides in Expo.
rectifying Committee said the 1988 Florida Solid opportunities in their individual fields.
I our inaction and ignorance about the Waste Management Act which man "We targeted what they wanted to hear" Katie Kato director of human resources
; environment but we're still
, not" doing a dates counties to reduce the amount of said Lenora Dismuke Electronic Data Sys- with Humana Health Services said the liberal -
E 1 good enough job in financing it, Kirkpat- trash sent to landfills by 30 percent by 1994 tems corporate recruiter. Both of her 30-min- Arts and Sciences Forum gave studentsa
rick said. "Our for the of Florida
state
goals
) cannot keep with the has helped prolong the life of Florida's ute forums attracted more than 20 students. better understanding about mental health
up growth. landfills. she had
than after .
f Among those goals Kirkpatrick told a "With this much detail, I would normally care college."If

class of environmental engineering graduate "It's been recognized as one of the most only take four interviews," Dismuke said. I had known then what I know now, I

students are to expand the number of comprehensive acts in the nation," said Students walked away from Hallmark's would have been better prepared for what I
recycling programs increase people's Kirkpatrick sponsor of the bill. "We have display with cups stationary and an under was getting into" Kato said.

knowledge about the environment and find had fantastic success in the state in starting standing of corporate philosophy that they Bob Cramer Jr., assistant director of coop-
, money to protect Florida's environment. curbside recycling programs. It's a tremendous could apply to future interviews."We erative education, said students should cometo
I But don't look for state legislators to piece of legislation, but if we don't were specifically looking for students the Career Resource Center early in the
achieve them he said. follow that legislation, Florida would be in interested in retail internships," said Hall- semester attend workshops and forums and
"There is very very little courage in the a lot trouble." mark recruiter Rita Gatti. The mini-expo begin hunting for jobs early.

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UF Marks Transfer Appreciation Week !




Ul$ With Phone Calls Lunch ReceptionThis I


week is Transfer Appreciation Weekon In describing the objective of the week- Hook :" Administrators from around cam
the UF campus, and several events are long celebration, Assistant Dean for Stu- pus will call transfer students to find out
planned for the first-ever celebration honoring dent Services Mary Lynn Williamson! said, how the first few weeks at UF have been and
Produced, by (if Information and Publications ServIces 355 transfer students. Sixty percent of UF's "Transfer students are such an importantpart to help with any problems encountered.
Tiger Nell and paId for at usual advertiSing rates to com undergraduates are transfer students. of this university. This is our way, WEDNESDAY-iiAinch On The Run. A
muncale student faculty official', and notices Matt and Call 392 Important 0186 for information Information to Transfer Appreciation Week was developed speaking on behalf of the Campus Diplo- deli-style lunch with administrators and
by the Campus Diplomats and the mats, of trying to acknowledge that as wellas former transfer students in the Reitz Student
Transfer Activities Council (TRAC) as a provide some activities that will facilitate Union Ballroom, U:3O: a.m. to 1:30: p.m.
welcoming celebration for transfer students their transition. It's just our way of FRIDAY-Reception at the Orange and
Preview '90 Staff to meet other transfer students as saying welcome to our newest Gators" Brew in the Reitz Union, 5 to 7 p.m., includes
well as UF faculty and staff, and to make Special events planned include: pizza, a movie, and refreshmentswith
Positions the transition to the university easier. TODAY AND WEDNESDAY-"Transfer fellow transfer students plus door
Open ; prizes. Comedian Jordan Brady will per
form at 10 p.m. in the Orange and Brew.

Meeting Wed.Students President Bryan : Welcome Tickets for the comedy show are $3 and
are available at the door or from the Reitz
may apply now to become Union Program Council, 392-1655.
members of the Preview '90 staff, a groupof Transfer Students!
10 men and 10 women who serve as
hosts, guides, advisors and companionsthis
summer to more than 4,000 incoming Dear Transfer Students, Near WEEK
freshmen and their parents. The first ever Transfer Appreciation Week is being held January 22-26, 1990. The CAM US
Two-day Preview orientation sessionswill university recognizes and appreciates what an important part transfer students playin
be held in May and June to familiarize the life of our institution. The Campus Diplomats and the Transfer Activities Council rY,
incoming students and their families with in conjunction with the Office for Student Services, have planned a series of
everything from how to register for classesto events designed to facilitate your transition to UFI
where dining and recreation facilitiesare I encourage you to participate fully in the week's activities. Take advantage of the TODAY
located. Preview staffers are given free opportunity to talk with faculty and staff members, as well as other transfer students. SPRING CAREER EXPO, sponsored by
campus housing, free meal tickets and are While the University of Florida is a large and sometimes overwhelming place, it is Career Resource Center 9:30: a.m. to 4:30:
paid a stipend for their summer work. also a community rich in resources designed to maximize your chances for success. p.m., O'Connell Center.
Applications are available at the Student By participating in Transfer Appreciation Week, you will learn more about the people ACID RAIN LECTURE, with environmental
Services office, 129 Tigert Hall, and must and the services this university has to offer. engineering professor Eric Allen
be returned there by Friday, Feb. 2. Stu- Once again, welcome new Gators! discussing 'Add Deposition to Rural Forest

dents interested in becoming Preview staffers Cordially; Ecosystems," 12:50: p.m., B-65 Reitz Union.
can attend an information meeting at 4 ) QUALITY OF LIFE TASK FORCE
..
6 p.m. Wednesday in 346 Reitz Union. For T i *" MEETING to discuss life at UF for Black

more information, contact Mary Lynn Robert A. Bryan and Hispanic students, 3 p.m., Divisionof
Williamson, assistant dean for student ser- Interim President Housing Conference Room, Museum
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lecture
with good communication and organization each, and potential group members must by me-
skills, experience in student disciplineor interview with a groups leader to participate ASSERTIONSELFCONFIDENCEWednesdays / chanical engineering graduate research
4:30: to 6 Students professor Alex E.S. Green, 4:05: 320
working with police agencies, ability to To sign up for an interview or for whose p.m. Weil Hall. p.m.
work independently and experience in additional information about the groups, poor self-confidence prevents them
counseling students. Responsibilities include contact the Counseling Center, 311 Little from asserting themselves in relationshipsor FACULTY TRUMPET RECITAL with
investigating incidents involving alleged Hall, 392-1575. other areas of their lives. Joyce Davis and pianist Wanda Louie, 8:15:

student misconduct, charging students Topics to be discussed and group meeting DREAM GROUP-Wednesdays, 4:30: to p.m., University Auditorium.
with alleged infractions of the Student times are as follows: 6 p.m. Personal problem solving. Focus on WEDNESDAY

Conduct Code, explaining student FAMILY ISSUES-Mondays, 1:30: to 3 personal growth through supportive experiential BOTANY SEMINAR, "Proteins Associ-
judicial process to students and assisting p.m. Focus on how farruly-of-ongin problems exercises, analysis of dreams ated with Freezing Stress Tolerance," by
in selection of new members of the Student and journal writing.SUBSTANCE .
(alcoholic parents, parental divorce, Charles Guy ornamental horticulture assis
Conduct Committee. Employment is loss and poor relationships with parents) ABUSE-Thursdays, 3 to ., 211 Bartram Hall.
from Feb. 5 through June 22. Salary is affect current relationships and feelings 4:30: p.m. Students who have questions FOREIGN STUDY INFO session about
$7.50 per hour for a 20-hour work week. about self. For students who have identified about their use of alcohol or other sub summer semester in Utrecht, The Netherlands
Application forms are available in 124 family-of-origin issues.TRANSITIONSMondays. stances explore their relationship to these by David Colburn, associate dean
Tigert. Interviews for finalists will be held 3 to 4:30: substances. and Utrecht program academic advisor,
next week. For more information, contact 3:30: 2014 Hall.
p.m. Students having problems with transitions RELATIONSHIPS-Thursdays, 4:30: to 6 p.m. Turlington
Irene Stevens, assistant dean for student
judicial affairs, 3921261.Buckman including death of a loved one, p.m. Explores personal problems relatedto WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLOQUIUM,
divorce, loss of relationship or other various kinds of current intimate relationships with UF Women's Studies Program
significant life changes. and friendships. founder Irene Thompson, "From Seed to
Drive Bud to Bloom: Women's Studies at the
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Construction Delayed Meeting Room, 1542 w. University Ave.
pulsively overeat to cope with emotional support group dealing with issues related FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE lecture by
Construction on Buckman Drive problems. to life style and relationships with family James Randi, author and Ph.D. in physics
from Union Road north to the Chem- STRESS BUSTERS-Tuesdays, 1:45: to 3 and significant others. a.k.a. "The Amazing Randi," discussing

istry Building parking lot has been p.m. Students who want to learn effective FAMILY OF ORIGIN-Thursdays, 5 to "Science and the Paranormal," 8 p.m.,
delayed until Monday, Jan. 29. When techniques and approaches for managing 6:30: p.m. Provides structured activities McCarty Auditorium.
construction begins, one lane will re- stress and anxiety. Covers test anxiety, geared toward understanding the individual HUMANITIES LECTURE by UF En-
main open for traffic. However, the University physical symptoms like headaches and 's conflicts in relation to his/her/ family glish professor Melvyn New, "Jonathan
Police Department still encourages ulcers, and social anxiety. of origin. Swift, Thomas Mann, and the Irony of
motorists to avoid the con BULIMIA-Two groups: Group 1 meets ACOA Ideology Center 302
Tuesdays, 3 to 4:30: p.m. Issues 8pm Thomas ,
struction area and find alternate routes Tuesdays, 3 to 4:30: p.m.; Group 2 meets related to growing up in a family whereone N.E. 6th Ave.FACULTY .
from University Avenue to Union Wednesdays, 3 to 4:30: For women
p.m. or both parents had problems with alcohol RECITAL with UF cellist John
Road. For additional information, contact obsessed with thinness and strugglingwith or drugs. Interested students should White and FSU piano professor Carolyn

Angie Tipton, University Police binge/purge/ eating behaviors. Dis- call Cathy Owen, 392-1171, or Dave Bridger, 8:15: University Auditorium.
Department, 3921114.. cusses underlying dynamics and coping Suchman, 392-1575. GATOR SAIL CLUB spring kickoff

strategies. meeting, 8:30: p.m., LOOS Turlington Hall.
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I Clinic open house marks Roe anniversary Reporter to discussprizewinning

by Gov. Bob Martinez in October.
By ANITA McDIVITT
Alligator Writer Women's Brunell said public confidence in seriesAn
clinics women's clinics has declined, but that
The Gainesville Women's Health under in- the open house should "reassure the
Center and the National Organizationfor have come women of Gainesville that the clinic is investigative reporter who last year shared the
Women celebrated the 17th anniver- tense scrutiny since safe." UF journalism school's fourth annual Joseph L
sary of the Supreme Court's Roe vs. Brechner Freedom of Information Award will dis-
Wade ruling with an open house Mon- state Health and Reha- "Obviously, something wasn't work- cuss his award-winning series today at the Brown
day night. Members of NOW and the bilitative Services shut ing in Miami," she said. There was a Bag Luncheon.
clinic staff guided visitors through the lot of finger pointing, at HRS and even
building."We down several clinics in the (state) Insurance Commissioner."I'm Benjamin Weiser, who together with Elsa Walsh
discovered that judges in the Washington,D.C. area
just flung the doors open, Miami. seal court files, will speak Tuesdayat
GWHC director Donna Brunell said. not sure whether or not (HRS) routinely public
"We have nothing to hide." would know what good standards are, noon in 3032 Weimer Hall.

But anti-abortionists disagree. Rehabilitative Services shut down sev- because they're not out in the field." Weiser and Walsh reported in The WashingtonPost
eral clinics in Miami. series "Public Courts, Private Justice," that
"Women are unprotected from the Regulation of clinics in Gainesville is
abortion industry," said Amy Welborn- different than in other, more metropolitan parties involved in law suits often avoid public dis-
Vining, member of the Gainesville An HRS investigation discovered that areas of Florida, said Erica Merchant closure of potentially damaging information by con-
Right to Life board of directors. several clinics were operating withouta secretary of Campus NOW. vincing judges to shield it from the public.

"And I hate to think that we are a state license. and under unsanitary Their series helped reopen congressional committee -
society that leaves helpless, unborn in- conditions. "Gainesville is a small town," Mer- investigations into the practice.
nocents unprotected,"WelbornWiningsaid. The Florida Legislature voted down chant said. "All three clinics are excel-
ELAINE B. FLORO
.Women's clinics have come under bills that would have regulated abortion lent. If something were wrong, we -
intense scrutiny since state Health and clinics during the special session called would learn about itand do something."

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REQUIREMENTfrom Schuler,who wants to be admit. fearful there may be a num- "For a long time, they were am-
ted to UF's occupational' therapy them especially in the health bivalent about which way it wouldgo
page 1 program, planned to finish in two ," Kolb said. "This of ," Keener said. "Every time we
years. But the added foreign language with them." would go to community colleges,
exempt from taking a foreign lan classes will mean an extra said the Board of Re they would ask us and we wouldbe
guage. year of school because of the had to rewrite its policy in embarrassed because we were
Santa Fe Community College program's heavy course schedule. UF."I'm to abide by state law. not sure how to interpret it.
student Kena Schuler will be readyto "It'll be another year before I can Keener, UF academic
transfer to UF next fall semester, graduate and make the money I dean for community college "We couldn't tell students what
but because of the new law, she need to survive," Schuler said. said the Regents' new they had to take. We anxiously
said shell have to stay here longer "For me,with a child, it's difficult.I was necessary because the awaited a cut-and-dry clarifica
than she can afford to. needed summer to work." was ambiguous. tion."




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Alligator Writer Student Senator and resolution "Students are the ones who
co-author Charles Grapski said the should be saying 'What is being
Student Senate and Environ- proposal is the beginning of an done?'" Grapski said. "The more 1/2/ PRICE SPECIALS
mental Action Group are kickingoff environmental awareness that is people start saying what they feel,
Earth Day 1990 tonight at 5 in "long overdue" at UF. the more they can get done." Dry Mounting ;
Turlington Hall Room L-005. Al- Things are starting to get done EAG member Debbie U Poster Frames '
though Earth Day isn't until April -just starting,"said Grapski,who Tomasovic said the resolution is a c
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Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day
port, Office: 411 NW 15th St. 3710769. dywina starting May Please call 377-
No refunds or credits can be given after NW HOUSE 3/2/ F/NS large yard cent.
Union or Shands may take 1-23-5-2 9457 Any time. 1-23-3-4 h/ac screen 4 'to UF/SFCC
placing the ad. Changes called in after porch, mi
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated room unfurn. $165/mo./ 1/3/ ut. No pets
One bedroom apt. to sublease avail immediately Sublet 2bdr apt. until April 90. $350/mo 378-6499. 2-1-10-5
may run for any length of time Customer error or changes: $295 mo. Call Peter or Meredith ft util Negotiable. Homestead Apt. 3611 t I
and be cancelled at time. at 372-8240 please 'leave SW 34th St. 335-5493. 1.25-5.4
any Corrections must be made in person at message RMMT needed f for spacious I:ibdrm, Bicycle I : I

Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON. 1-23-5-2 1 Club Apts $155 plus 1/2 util 335-
2bdr/lba large rooms, carport, wash/dry
I for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction I... connections $270/mo. Come by/call- 5445. 1-25-5-5

WINDMEADOWS APTS. 1943 NE 16th way, G'ville, ph. 3381984. Female, to share furnished 3/2 house
1,2& 3 Bedroom
1-28-5.4 A/C and heat Close
Pool, Tennis, Laundry fireplace. to campus
and shopping, $185/mo plus 1/3 utilities
2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 Sublet tbd rm new carpet/refng unfurnished 336-5635 1-23-4-5

$225 (reg 280)) & furnished $285
FOR RENT FURN-
FOR RENT: : WILLIAMSBURG APTS. 2nd floor
(reg 330)) a mo ph 3753305. SPYGLASS One rmmt needed. Private
AVAILABLE NOWIII!!! 1-26-5-4
1 FURNISHEDNew Large 1 & 2 br apt. neatly furnished, no 1, 2 TH & :3 Bdrme. bdr/ba in 3bdr wash/dryer $242/mo + 1/3
convenient to UF & downtown. $250- Pool util. Heidi or Tina 335.7174. Leave message
pets Laundry Sublet garage apt. 2bdrm behind Norman
turn. 2br 2ba condo, wash/dry, security 275 mo. 3765957. 1.29.5.1 1 Block to UF/Shande/ Hall until May 18th. $300/mth. 1021 SW 1-26-5-5
ball 2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253 10th Ave. Call 377.5881 or 371-3425. 1-
locks, pool, tennis, racquet Urgent, take over lease MASTER BEDROOM $149 own bath private -
$475/mo./ Call collect 407.876.4207. 1- 25.3.4 entrance phone and cable hook up in
Remodeled condo across from law school MOUNT VERNON APTS.
24.10.1 374-9609. 1.26.5.1 1 A 2 Bedrooms room M or F 3br/apt CALL CALL 371-
5 ROOMMATESRmmt 9019. 1-26-5-5
Rockwood Villas. M/F wanted. Own PoolLaundryClose /

room/bath, fully furnished, wash/dry/ FOR RENT: to UF/Shands/ 2 I pay 2-leasesl, F for house or Apt
2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 Wanted, large suite, fireplaces,
$250/mo./ 335-9499. 1-23-5-1
Cathy 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 1.23-5-2 ceiling fans, pool, kitchen, own bath, oak $130/mo will nego Cheap! 2-blks to Ui
floors t60/mo. Call Jeff 371-1909. 1-23-- wash/dry/ big! Hardwood floors 373-5656
WALK TO UFI Furnished Room, Share 10.5 376-1055. 1.24-3-5

kit/baths ch/ae prefer 2 grad students, to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, SUBLEASE 1BR UNFURN APT. Near

$240 Includes utilities! 376-6652, 378- 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. Shands ft VA. $325 Per Mo. Quiet, Pool. Newly Furnished Townhouse close to UF. Williamsburg Village: F rmml for town-

8122. 1-30-10-1 Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. Call Barry 392-1655 day 336-1224 eves. F for own ba in Ig. bdr. wash/dry, cable, house, $240/mo + 1/2 utll. Mad stud, Call

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 4.30-75- Feb. 1. 1.23.5.2 pool, $200/mo to share or $300/mo for after 5p 336-4257 or Joanna bef. 5p 376-
Rockwood Villas 3bdr/3ba. Rmmt neededfor 2 1253. 1-25-4-5
338.0036. 1.25.10.5
own fully furn bdr/ba In nice Condo All own room.

extras/included $225/mo/ Dan 336.9332. Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet 3bd/1 1/2 ba townhouse In SW area. ROOMMATE WANTED: NS M/F $200/m JAN FREE: Brandywine: F N/S/ needed to

1.24.5.1 washer/dryer available In most units for $475/mo/ + first, last, and aecunty. Avail 1/2 ut $200 sec Large, nice ft neat apt share a master bdrm, furnished 2bd/2ba/

$15 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 ft 2 Bath Feb 1, prefer 1yr lease. 332-4587.1.24.5- 2bdrm 2 1/2 bath Call Tim 3323248. 1- only $137/mo + 1/4/ utilities 335-9846..
GEORGIA SEAGLE HALL A male co-op $250-$350, sec ft Imr. 3726422. 4-30- 2 25.105In 1-26-5-5
. Sblks to UF Single occ w/kit/laundry facilIties 75-2

1002 W Univ 376-9179. -26-7-1 Environmentally aware m/f ns roommate"
Apt for rent take over lease The Pines: F Rmmt disler. Own bdr In
Arlington Square Apts for the serious 1 br Pineruih Apts 3bdr/2/ 1/2 ba Townhouse. $200/mo & 1/4/ wanted 1 block to UF 1920's house hrd
Need to sublet 2br apt In Homestead immediately student or professional, next to the Hippodrome Will 1/2 depositPh u ti 1. 3711833. 1-23-5-5 wood fir 3bath 110 + 1/5 util call 373-
$335/mo. and no deposit down. 1bdr from $365, 2bdr from $500, pay 9145. 1-26-5-5

Call Crystal 373-8019. 1-256-2 uptown living..downtown) 3789682. 1- 1-24-5-2 335-31118Ieav. msg. MARCHWOOD M/F own furn master bedroom

3117.2 $225/mo & 1/3 util. Albert 335-3834. Room avail M/F in 3bd/2bi house near
Private Entrance: BDR, F. kitchen privileges -
1235.5 Polo Private or share bath, rent neg +
most utll, furn,walk to UF. 1740 NW Colonial Oaks 2bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse, A spacious 2000 sq ft, 3 or 4 bdr 2ba, pool 1/3 util. Call Joe-or Boss at l 3748820.

3rd pl. $160/mo 3722284. 1-24-3-1 $325, wash/dry hook-up, dishwasher, house 1 1/2 ml. west of UF, 2818 W Univ. Need 1 and or 2 N/S M to share 2br/2ba
close to UF, 4221-A SW 21 PI. 3783133. Ave. $625/mo. Appt. only 374-5340 or 3786183. house. Fully furnished; close to UF. Own bdr/ba, F, 1/2/ util. & $2t 5/mo., many
STUDENTS ONLY 1-31-17-2 1-25-5-2 $175/mo. John 3351283. 1-23-5-5 extras Regency Oaks, Call Amy 372-
2. Room Studio Apt. turn-partly furn. $210 7627. 1-29-5-5

inc. all util 373-4593 Keep TrYing. 1-26-4-- Block from UF, Large Rooms utilities paid, WASHER/DRYER INCL. BRANDYWINE: Fern, own rm w/wtr bd,
Cox Cable, nice.. Call Greg 376-3291 2 BEDROOM/2 BATH fully furn. 2bdr/lba apt. Many xtras, F rmmt. n/s, upper or grad to share
WANTED N/S/F for In 3 bdr 2bdr/1ba $175/mo & 1/2 util.I walking
apt
: own room $150-225/mo rent. 1-26-11-2 :3 BEDROOM/3 BATH $210/mo + 1/3 util. Near UF 373.0024.
: house, call 378-6065. 1-29-5-1 OXFORD MANOR 1.24.5.5 distance to campus, 3774244. -26-4-5

" WALK TO UFII lbdr/2ba/ ft Studios from:
Own bed/bath In 2bed/bath furnished mobile $210 Very Nice Must See. Also Rmmts 377-2776 F to share completly furnished 2bdr/lV2 Classifieds. .

home. Close to campus, Spring students Needed! College Park Properties 411 NW 1-31-9-2 ba townhouse In SW area wash/dry
$175 & 1/2 utilities 335-S975. Continued on next .
only page.ti
15th St. 371-0769. 1-23-5-2 $225/mo + 1/2 util.! 3356273. 1-24-5-5
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ROOMMATESROOMMATE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE 7 REAL ESTATEReal

WANTED: 1 Nishikl 10 speed, red, quick release MICRO CENTERComputers 376.1146 IBM XT, 512K, dual floppy, color monitor,
Estate Course, Sat.
Licensing only
Oxford Manor NS M/F/ own bed/bath wheels, $175: $250 new. 1 single bed with Editor's choice CompuAdd A Northgate L Q printer, modern, desk, program 1
12:30-6:30, 7 day crash course Feb. 12,
$250 month/ i/2 utilities Call 378-9439 pine wood frame $100. 376.3596 DennIS. H P Price same or lower than mail year old. Asking $1100. 3958797. 1-25-
Real Estate Appraiser, starts Feb 27, The
Leave Message. -29.5.5 1-24-56 order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb
((28ms), graphics monitor, Car Stereospeakers for sale. Digital 24 Florida Center 371-2787 1.30.10.7

M/F roommate needed lor 3bd/2ba house 3 piece sectional couch, good condition, MC 286/12/ $1195, Packard Bell $1295, station preset, 29m 100w Pioneer speakers
ibdr/lba Condo lor rent Lease w/
1 or
$175/mo & uhf 372.3695. 1-2955 light green, $100. 332-4567 1.24-5-8 MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 Paid $250, Asking $130. 395.8797. Hook option I
to Buy Washer/dryer up
$2399. PB 286 laptop whd ft battery i
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Call Sue at 372 5375 1-26-8-7
Jan Free At SPYGLASS NOW 3Bd/3Ba SURFBOARD Natural Art 60"' trl fin In $1999. CompuAdd 810 w20mb ft graphics Luis Vulton Purse Brand new. Was a gift $300/mo I
OWN BD/BA FOR ONLY $227 A MONTH. excellent condition $175 371-1900. 1-24- monitor $970 1 1113 year warranties Must sell, Best offer 373-3351 Leave message
Own Instead of rent: Condo for sale, I I''
PLEASE CALL Chris 335.6671. 12955 56 Onsite warranties, Panasonic 118Cprlnt.r at beep 1.23..8PEUGEOT
2bdr/2 1/2/ ba, poolside energy effic, A-1 j
$185 HP Laser Jet lip $1049
SouthFork "
DESPERATE Liberal fem to occupy own Nishikl International racing bike. Perfect 4110 SW 34th St. / 308 W Univ Ave 12spd man's road bike Excellent cond., priced right-terms 1.31.10.7 ;
bdr in modern 3bdr. house In quiet, sale condo Index shift, 21.5 In. Must see $425 condition $175 or best offer Call Oaks 3734347. y

area. Big fenced yard, no pets W/D, VCR, obo. Call Phil at 3959082. 1-24-5 336.8491. 1-25-4
skylights Approx. 2ml N of UF $180/mo COMPUTERPackard 8 MOTORCYCLES 1
& 1/3 util 376-4138 Jen or Martha. 129 SONY portable compact disc player Canvas Bell 288, 12mhz, 40mb hard MOPED FOR SAlE-In excellent condl- Z I
5.5 hammock w/stand Folds for easy drive, 5.25* 1.2 floppy, 3.5" 1.44 floppy, tlon.JAWA-$285 Bikes & More 2133 NW HONDA MAGNA 87. V4 llq cooled, shaft ;
transport. Michelle: 375.1208 (leave message 1mb ram, vga hi-res color monitor, lyr 6th st 373-6574. 1.24.3-8. dr. Tank and saddle bags. Excel. cond a
NS/M or F Roommate needed lor 2br/2ba ). 1.23-3.8 warr, 4 mths on-site. $1849, call 335- gem. $2500 ph. 3782777. 1.24.5-8
apt. in Arlington Square, $250 & 1/2 util! 1300. 220-146 Queen Waterbed: headboard w/mlrror, y
Call 378-1659. 1-25-35 Drums for sale. 5 piece, 1 ride, hi hats heater, line, mattress, pad, sheets, padded 1984 Kawasaki 750turbo. Great condition
Must sell, make offer, asking $250. Call Car Alarms, Autopage Chapman. Home rails, delivery & set.up $199. Ferron New spark plugs and oil filter Only ,
Near UF large br in large house, w// fireplace Jeff 375.6298. 1. 5-5-8 and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sensul, Sher- 335-0578. 1-26.5.6 18000 mi. MUST SElLI) $1700. Call Paulat I
$140/mo & 1/4 util! 914 SW 6 Ave. wood, and more. We Beat All Prices) 373-9853
1088,3723307 1.29-S-5 DEC Rainbow, WP, Printer, DB, SS, Financial 3733754. 4.30.69.8 Canon Fl camera w/AE/ motor drive FN.

CPM 86, MSDOS, $625 373- Sips, lenses. Canon 199A speedhte, silk 74 Honda 750 balanced custom paint
SPYGLASS Jan rent (reel' F lor own 5507, 332.6502. 1-2336 Practically new 3 1/2 cubic foot refrigerator unipod filters bag. $600 obo. Call Hays, smoothboxes kerker Slice kit S & W
bdrm/bath, walk-In closet, D/W, micro. to be sold $120 negotiable John 335- 3359862 1-2438 martek dunlops, runs good needs rings
$223/mo & 1/3 util! 335-7720, 335-7748, Electric Typewriters, IBM Selectric, wide 1283 1-2356 $550 obo. 373-4518. 1-24-2-8
3359870. 1295.5 carriage, ball element, $150, Smith Car- Liquidation* For Sale ** King size
ona 8000, wide carnage, office model, WATERBED queen size with bookshelf, waterbed $150 Llvmgrm set Dimngrm Say goodbye to parking troubles! Trac
Nonsmk M/F needed to share bdrm in $100, Both like new condo 373-3135, 1- headboard & heater, $100 assembled & set End tables Lamps All Great Cond clipper moped 1988 excellent condition
2bdl1/l bth apt walking distance to campus. 25-56 delivered. Call 591.2932 anytime, leave Call Rob 378.2967. 1.242.6TWINBED $400 Christy 371-0424, Separate oil and
Call 376-1283 lor details. 1 1.29.5-5 message. 1.23-5-8 gas tanks 1-24-2-8
18-spd Yokota touring bike nearly newl All FOR SALE $75. Call Leslie
Shimano parts Includes rack, water bottle Magnavox TV and stereo Best offer Call 3359455 1-2536 1987 Honda Spree, one owner, 4100,
6 FOR SALE pump, toe clips, vetta gel seat. $400. 371-8392 am and pm. Leave message. A miles Incl. helmet must sell, exc. condo
4819358. 1.25.5.6WORD good bargain. Must Sell. 1.23-5-8 KENMORE FRIDGE approx. 2 cubic feet $525 or best oiler 373-3512 leave mes-
BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs Cheapl) ($75)). Will Deliver! 336-0991 sage 1-26-4
low as $25/mo no $ down PERFECT 5.1 Packard Bell computer with monitor and Leave Message. 1-2426
FREE Catalogue over 50.000cu.tomer..800.8257283 Okidata printer Includes ATI DOS and 9 AUTOSAUTO
Latest release from Elite word processor software $1400 obo. 375- 10 spd bike, very good cond $50, pots,
2.19.30-6 Computer Systems $135, *335.1300 6082. 1-30-10 pans, & dishes $30, both neg. MUST
INSURANCE SAVE $$ at orange &
SELL. Call 371.4989. 1.26.4-8
blue insurance In butler call
plaza we care
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more PC-3 LAPTOPGreat ITEMS FOR SALE: Six speed Nashiki all US 1st 377-CARS or 377.2277. 125109For
brands are all at our New Location! Car terrain $220 obo; mattresses $15 each; Mar.hall100 Watt Guitar Amp. and a 4.12
for class notes, $230 from Elite
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- chairs $15 each ; weight and cabinet channel switching, effects loop Sale: 1987 Pontiac Grand Am LE,
2070. 4.30758 '335-1300 weightbench $45 obo; if Interested call and footpedal both for $925 obo 377- loaded, good cond., must sell student I
336-0296. 1 1.242.6Ceaser 5795 1.23-5.8 332-6759 Iv. message. 1-23-7-9
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest PRINTER24pm

best and lowest priced car stereo Letter Quality, from Elite $305,
store In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St. #335-1300 WALT.L/'s:: By Doyle" Stamecky
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Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, JETSKI 87650 SX Excellent Condition.
Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best W/Trailer Never Used in Salt Water 0147 AN' WOW'S
Car: Sterlo Installer In town. Car Stereo $2500. 332.3565. 1.28.5-8 HOW 'BOUT r TWR rnat TOM OIFFERMINT OOOCN! WILL, ?NAT'S
to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 THAT? UlV1tKM.\ A9 APPL-lK FRAM PLAIN CC: NOW WCk3 ON! WAY...
Computer-atari/ 1040st\: 720K 3.5 drive, SKUNDOOM TO TAP*, isr Gi-P P-WALKIN'T 669F.PIS -
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem 1MB ram, color monitor, printer, over $700in SLEEF SLfRP-TOPPLIN', !LAMA09irl 1
nants lor your dorm or apartment. We de software must sell $1000/obo 372- WALKING! AC IJAU.Y...
liver'' Ray s Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 2327. 1.28.5.8Electric il. tV ti 1Z
377-5265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 2620
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Guitars, Krammer focus 2000 s p
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CAR ALARMS installed remote control
Ibanez Artist, each with hard shell cases,
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
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$250 each, firmll. call 336-4502 1 26 5-
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CLEARANCE SALE-many items to Dressers, Chest, Bookcases, Sofas, TV \ Jr uryN

choose from Jewelry, TV's, cameras, carts Entertainment centers and more at 1 Jla r4'
VCR's-etc. Best Jewelry & Loan Pawnshop the lowest prices In Gainesville. 371-4422 \ wi
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AUTOS AUTOS SERVICES SERVICES TYPING ,


1985 Chevy Spectrum, auto a/c p', pb, 84 Nissan 300 zx Turbo, silver, fully BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS MOPED CITYPick 12 SERVICESYOU
. Kenwood Stereo, excel) condo $2900, loaded, every option, leather Int. digital
otter or possible trade, 33S-5298. 1-23- dash, great cond., 95k miles $7200 obo. up/Drop/ off. .'/2 off now YOU WRITE I ,WE TYPE 1
5.9 335-0791 Karl. 1-26-4-9 1233 NW 10th Ave. 1-31-16-11 Legal A Personal Reports
372.1664 Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. I''
1 77 DASHER $960 73,000 mi. 4 dr, auto 75 MUSTANG II MC/VISA/lnsuranc/ FREE G'ville Handicapped Typing I
A/C,brown.Clean,Good tram,New bat Great transportation! Free Pregnancy Test 3787179. I
tery. Call 371-0829 wkndi & m* till 9pm. $650 OBO. Call 371-8185 Member Pregnancy Test 4-30-75-12' I
1-23-5-9 leave Mssg '.28+0 National Abortion Federation Gainesville Women's
4307511SEXUALLY HEALTH CENTER Typing reports business legal *
87 Hyundai Excel excellent condo AC Conv. 84 VW Rabbit, black, 88,000 ml, 720 NW 23rd Avenue resumes cassettes transcribed applications
am/lm can low miles take over payments sporty, excl. condit.,$6500 obo,call Paul TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 377-5055 *letters notary A etc.Available
or $4700 335-4164.' 1-24-5-9 335.5496 eves. 1-30-6-9 Get confidential testing and treatment at ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 24 hours/7/ days/372-2777.. 4-30-75-12,
PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-
PLANNED
Ford 1983.2 door.Good condition. Camaro 84 V6 aukto PW PB PS AC tilt 30-75-11 BIRTH CONTROL Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports,
$1500 obo call 336-6470 after 5:30: p.m. am/fm. A fast clean car in superb cond. Gynecology Services Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T List
1-24-5-9 Must sell. Asking $3668 obo. 336-6132 AAA STORAGE 4-30-71-11 WCS 917 NW 13lh 373-9822. 4-30-75-

5-door am/lm eve 1-26-5-9 Close to UF, Convenient Valentine Special be photographed by GATOR TYPING moved ft lowered prices.
Phoenix
1980 Pontiac grey 4x4x4 $15/mo known Resumes $12 & Page
internationally beauty photogra- Laser printer. up.
stereo many new parts $900 332-3511" 10 WANTEDLocal 4x8x8 $25/mo pher Bill Home Get a tree poster print. discounts avail. Days & eves 3734564.
leave meuag.2459 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 3776583. 1-31-15-11 1-31-17-12

86 1/2 perfect condition, Artist needs:: GOLD, Gems, Class 4-30-75-11' ,
Toyota maintained Supra low mileage automatic Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine Free Poster with any glamour session MICRO CENTERTyping/ 336-4936 Full
lully loaded $11300' obo call 332-7307 or 378- Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75-10' ** GATOR MOVING ** with award winning photographer Bill & self service computing Typing starts @ I
/ 1- Horne Studio or location. Glamour with 1 SO/pg/ Resumes $6 Self service
1-24-5-9 Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packing
7324. WANTED: Model around S'2126 Ib for Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves/ Long die style. 377-6583 See the display now. 1 1- resumes $2.50/hr ..15/page./ Laser-
88 Ford Ranger xlt blk 25,000 mi. 5spdstr photographing with car. Will payl) Call Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 374-4791., 4-30-75-11 31-15-11' typeset graphics spell check Ih..e'papers I
dk 86 Samurai top & tires new 375-8710, mention case no 90-001 1- special characters employ I
tp ; Need turn., clothing, household goods? ment databases mailmerge training
37,000 mi. sit tp dk blue. Day 3724131After 26510. SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
Great wlayaway plan avail. WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC 4.30-
bargains
372-0472. 1-25-5-9 boarding woodser facilities *
7pm Weeks Flea Market, State Road 26, 3ml
11 SERVICESNW hay rides parties sales working
88 SUZUKI SAMURAI 5-SPD CONV 4- students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080. west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open Pickup/Del Typing and wordproc. near
Sat 4 Sun. 472-2061. 2-9-20-11 campus Dependable, quality service
OBO.
WD 17K mi. EXC. COND. $5,300 Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave 4-30-75-11 Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
481-9358 eves-weekends. 1-25-5-9 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to l 10)x 20 from PRO DJ SERVICEII 373-4464. 1-31-11-12 I

83 Renault Hatchback, 5 spd, fm/csst, $20, '10% disc to students. 332-8917. 4- ONE STOP DENTISTRY Reasonable rates, excellent tunes, pro I
30-75-11 Accepting new pts, emerg. equipment. Give CJ a call at 375-8483 ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect
Int. blk, convrt top $1750 or
leather/dlx
-26-6-9 Adult cleaning$28,child $18 and Iv a msg 1-31-10-11' 5 0-edit/proof/spell all work guaranteed-
best offer 375-3030 Iv msg. ((4)Wisd.) tee. $325, ((3)Wisd) tee $250, English B.A. Ripp 376.3649. 2-13-20-12'
*SUNBELT MOVING* ((2)Wisd.) tee. $200 MOPED REPAIR ***
Corolla '80, 4 speed ac., AM/FM.// ***
Toyota brakes. Mile- Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. Nitrous OXide. Accept MC V, AE Fast, quality service. Very reasonable LOOK A LETTER GRADE BETTER. Use
front tires
New generator
Lie/Ins with to ((4)) people.H. styles fonts, graphics,proofreading & editing
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13 HELP WANTEDTypist HELP WANTEDA PERSONALSSKYDIVE PERSONALS 16 CONNECTIONSGAY


Plus Notes Are you an 'A' student do Ex.NYC Mayor looking for a good time In SWITCHBOARD

Computer literate person needed to help you take excellent notes, would you like Skydive with the Wllllston Skydivers 336- G'vill. Meet me at O'Dome Thurs Jan 25 332-0700 24 Hrs. Info/Referral./
type Alligator classifieds on Tuesday & to earn while you learn, if so then call 7970. '..30.1515SPRING 8pm It's Free. 1.25.4.15 4-30-75-16

Thursdays, 4 6:30 pm. Must be depend- 371-6954. W* are still looking for students
classes ADV 3501 Some deny it-some try to fake it-some try
In the following : ,
able. Fill out at The
application Independent EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, disease
BREAK overlook it but EZ Tennis gives great eye
to ,
APB 2150 APB 2151 AMH 2020, ANT
Florida from 9. 4 Mon.
Alligator, ,
pm treatment. 28 Dr. J. Beckum
2149 ANT 2402, ANT 2410, ANT 3511, prices quality daily Ask your friends. 1-126515 years expo ,
Fri. EOE/AA Bahamas lint $189, Jamaica 3nt $309, optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 376-1288
AST 1002 CAP 3802 CDA 3101, CHM Key West ant $139. Extra nts. avail. $39 '1-31-17-18
AVON 375.8967Sell 1020 CHM 1021 CHM 2040, CHM 2045, holds your spot! Breakaway Tours 377- .
Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. CHM 2046, CLP 3144, COC 3110' COC 6369. 1-23-10-15 Job Search Planning Interview Coachingand BIWM masculine well-built, good looking,
Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13 3400 COM 1000, COP 31 10, COC 3400 Resume Development. L.G. Gramling

COM 1000, COP 3110, EUH 2001 FIN SKI SALE: Great selection of quality ski Career Marketing Consultant. 377-8707 with athletic free, weights straight daily appearance, seeks same., work Must out

Paying $125 to persons Infected cuts, 3408 GEO 2200, GEO 2201' GEO 2420, wear; won't last long at these prices. 1-23-1-15 be seriously Into lifting weights. Write P.O.

scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic GEO 2500, GLY 1000, HIS 2464 ISM Come by today) Brasmgton Trail Shop Box 12553, Gel, 32604. 1241016Sell
study Blood test required. Call 3315379 3011.' ISS 2120, JOU 3100 LEI 3830, 2331 NW 13th Sir. 1-25-10-15' RACKET SALEon
1.31.17.13 MGF 1202, MMC 2100, MMC 4200, PET
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most Racketball rackets. Featuring me your rings broken chainswe -
3320 PHH 2101, PHI 2100, PUR 3000, We buy Gold, Cash Checks, & make loans Ektelon, Kennex, Head & Wilson., For pay more for jewelery In good shape.
*BRANCH OPENINGS* PUR 3101' REL 2001, REL 2240 RTV on ANYTHING Best Jewlery ft Loan 523 super savings & service check out LloydClarke's Best Jewelery & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave.
SYG 2000 and SYG 2430. We
2100. are NWSrd Ave. 371-GEMS. 1.25-10-15
St. 3727838. 1- 371-4387'
JOBS JOBS JOBS 1504 NW 13th
especially looking for ANT 2410 AST
$13/hr, we tram. National coatings 1002. COM 1000 and PET 3320. Call CASH in your hand Is better than unused 253.15 FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES Best
franchise expanding. Full/part time 371-6954 if Interested items In a drawer or vault. Best Jewlery ftLoanGainesville's
LABOR & MGT. POSITIONS AVAIL. SPRING BREAK COME TO EASY SAIL Jelery & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-
Potential own your own business largest 371-4367.' I 1- ING. Sail and Power Boat Charters in the GEMS 1-25-10-16

Call for immediate interview. BUSINESS 25-10-15' Florida Keys and Bahamas, bareboat or
813.886.7151. captained. Prices from $418 per week including TOP CASH FOR GOLD- silver-diamonds
T-31-17-13 14 PERSONALS SAVE ON RAYBANS Captain and meals TOLL FREE etc. New or used or broken. Best Jeweleryand

University Opticians ((24)) HRS 18007804001. '1-23-1-15' Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-GEMS

Now for Resident 300 SW 4th Ave 378-4480 1-25-10-16
accepting application
COMPUTERS terminals & pc's buy sell, 4.30-68-15
Assistant positions for the Fall
1990 Semester. Applications available trade, rent ft repair. Great prices, OUAL. ** FOR LADIES ONLY *** CHECK CASHING no ID required. FREE

at either the Housing Office or all resid ITY, CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 4-30- AIKIDOI! Nonviolent martial art. Use opponents Hot Male Exotic Dancers put life into your MONEY ORDERS Best Jewlery & Loan
nce hall area offices. Applications 75-14 energy to defend selfl! Meets T.Th.F PARTY. We come to your! 378.9833 523 NW 3rd Ave 371-GEMS. 1-25-101-6

due 4:30 Fri. Feb. 2 the 6.81n Women's Gym. Free. 462-2820 1- 1-296-15
are by : pm on to
Enthusiastic? Enjoy people? Put your en- 23-5-15 Student Loans ft Financial Aid No one
Division of Office. For further
Housing
trepeneurlal skills to work for you. Great
refused with good collateral. EZ terms-
Information contact the Staff & Student
Development Office at 392-2161. 2-2- earnings. Great training 335-0100 Iv SPRING BREAK JAMAICA Best Jewelery a Loan 371GEMS. 1.25-

19-13 msg 1-24-6-14 7 day Bahamas Dive Trip. 65ft. Live aboard $149 per person 3nts dbl occupancy. Call 10-16
3 to 6 dives/day at Bimini, Freeport today Breakaway Tours 3776369. 126. m
STRIKE GOLD ft Nassau. For more info call Greg at 371-' 4-15 GWM 23, very good looking, tight body
EARN $100 MONTHFor with the PC Lab Gold Card 7385. '1-23-4-15 seeks similar. Reply with photo and note
unlimited use of computers & software to Pete BOX 983 Gvl 32802 1-23-5-16
your plasma donations Our fully automated VOCALIST needed to join CHAOSI Local
system is safer and faster than $99/4/ months 372-6500. 1-25-5-14 Turn that dull, white wall In your dorm or hardrock/metal band. M or F to audition &
manual centers. Air conditioned Special apt. into something unique Designs or gig ASAP. Call 377-4067 '1-29-5-15 BM seeks tall skinny WM for friendship
bonus with this ad Call for appointment TONS OF SPECIALSI I Sweatshirts 50 only cartoons. John T. 3784592. 1233.15 POBOX 5223 GNV 32602. 1-26-5-16'
$8.00 ea., 100 only $7.50 ea. I color

Alpha Plasma Center prmt-1 side. Call now for other specials Group for UF students of alcoholic parentage
ZODIAC 466.3333.. 1-26-5-14 /
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1-31-16-13' 15 PERSONALSLADIES 3920731leave 7.15 message by 1/26 1-29- DAILY trUZZLE


EARN INSTANT CASHI Debate, English MAKE MONEYWe Edited by Trude Michel,
Forensics law Feb 15 Attn musicians: Downtown jam room 14 x
speech ,
majors.
buy ft sell good used clothing. 57
ACROSS 8 Pinches 43 Mandates Gossip
16, 17 at Reitz Union. Contact Dr. Bar Call Second Act. 373-8527. 4307515Vuarn.tlCarreraRayBanGalor. 40 rent nightly 4 practice or your own gig
bara Williamson Brevard Community College 1 block from C city good exposure book in 1 01 a time 9 Walter or 45 Fabray 58 Thug

Titusville, FL. 32796. 1-29-10-13 Great advance call Rick 3783842. 1-24-3-15' 5 Collars and Winlleld 48 Tracy's 59 Sicilian spa

I prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical jackets 10 Story Trueheart 61 Which was
'Vouse/Childcare Needed for 1 1/2 and 3 Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 Learn from your dresmsl New Eckankar 10 Fine horse 11 Chess piece 50 Indian leader to be

yr old girls in my nice NW home. Person block from Ala Gen. 4-30-75-15 video/discussion Wed., 1/24/ 7:30: pm, 14 Eagle or wolf 12 Back forty unit 52 IRS employees demonstrated:

needs to be loving & energetic N/S/ experienced Burger King Mtg. Rm, 1542 W. Univ 378- 15 Dig discovery 13 Connery role 53 in one Lat. abbr.
reliable transportation ft reference Natural Foods and Vitamins 3504. 124315.RUSSELL
16 Musical about 18 Latin wrap-up 54 Epic poems 62 Apply
Tues-Thurs-Frl
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required.
i 378-0615. 1-25-7-13 Sunflower Birkenstock Health Sandals.Foods SWEATSin Chanel 19 Laud 55 Caught in 63 Always to
17 Movie fare 23 Docile the act Keats
87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
twenty colors on sale now! Basic pants 20 Bikini blast 24
Have Computer Skills? Micro Center 4307515PREGNANT Les Unis
needs 'typist/sales/tech/ support, help ft tops $12.88 each. Gamesvilles's most 21 Rowed 25 Alter form ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
selection. Clarke
Lloyd Sports
Apply in person. 4110 SW 34th St (law ? Don't guess. Get immediate complete'1504 NW 13th St. 372-7836. 1-26-5-15 22 Ken Maynard 27 Lear and lAlLlPlSBRAJCTKiPLATIA| | | | | |

campus store). 1-25-7-13 test results from a reliable source flick Hamlet COOT. ER I A- ROGER

Market Discover Credit Cards on your PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4- 30% off! most tennis rackets B4 U buy or 26 Upsilon 28 Tara family ENTR KETT EDRUM
30-75-15
mail order come to EZ Tennis U
even 29
preceder Drop by
campus. Flexible Hours Earn as much as DEB ITY ,IDIOTS,
must save with usl! 34th St. Plaza 372-
27 Fill! with folks 31
$10.00/hour. Only ten positions available. NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get 2257. 1-26-5-15 Christening OVINE CRI .
Call 1-600-950-8472, ext. 3. 1-23.2-13 special student discounts on exams and 30 Circle or figure

all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. All racquetball rackets 30% off! When others sanctum 32 "Ash FRIENDCRACKPOTlll.GlARE.TRADE
Part-time' asst to busy medical writer 377-0881. 4-30-75-15 34 "There'll' be Wednesday"time.
go low, EZ Tennis will go lower. Giveus
Need bright, motivated person who can alryl34) Street Plaza 372-2257. 1-28- ..." author IDES.EPODF.ANIS 11
type on computer, has good proofreading Look Your Best EverydaylCall 5.15 35 Alda's hit 33 Dobbin EGRET.SOONG.HUT
skills, and welcomes a variety of tasks. Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc. for 37 Cliche restrainer
Exper in health publishing a plus. Flexible info about the PERMANENT removal of RESTRAIIN.DREAMYI
Tennis sweat 40% off! all t-shirts
pants ; 38 Shoot the 36
hours, $5.50 to start. Send resume to unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307. 30% off & more great savings at EZ Ten. Heavenly ONE I V S. M 0 URN ..

Director 5429 SW 80 St G'ville 32608. 4-30-75-15 nis. For quality products, service, low breeze headwear PARADEBARBADOSSPIDERWEBS.SlOW
39 Swamp 39 Least
1-23-5-13 gas
prices.. 1-26-5-15
$STUDENTS GET CASH 41 VI x CLXVII 40 Kindergarten
PART-TIME AFTERNOONS. Sitter For Quality Used Clothing, Call Sandy's 42 Erie or Huron breaks ASTONIDE .EENA

needed for 4 & 7 yr. old. Flexible days. 372-1226." W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central SALE 25% off! on most shoes. Lots to 44 Hall, In Havana T 10 A S T GEL D DRAB

Must have Car & Ref. 3324507. 1-25-5- Clly. 4-30-75-15 choose froml B 4 U buy compare prices 45 Night light 1/23/90/ /

around town & see why our name Is EZ 46 More balanced
13TUTOR Jamaica Jam $199 Nit... $319 7 Nites Tennis! 1-28-5-15
for ACG 3142Call Hotel/Air/ Anytime. Ochos or Negrll Doro 47 Heat 'em and I z 17 18 18eat 1

thys Travel Professionals 904.377.1600. Tennis balls now $1.88-lImiI2 canal! Let's 'em
336-0532 ask for Crystal. 1-25-10-15 get 1990 rolling; at EZ Tennis our goal is 49 Clucker 1 i

1-24-4-13 to sell lower than anyone. Check us out! 51 Ruhr city
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1-26-5-15 52 Gouda and
MARDI GRASCome
I, Full-time yard person Needed for Apt. Edam
Complex. Experience, own car, ref Is a party with us at the world's largest
must. Must have Initiative. Univ. Apts. party) 2/22-25/90 R/T bus 2 nights hotel, There's still time to look great for Career 56 Marsh growth
411' NW 15 St. 371-0769. 1.25-5.13 party pass taxes. l69/person based on Expol Call the Reitz Union Barber Shop at 60 Proposes Jjj' 2 4
quad occ. Breakaway Tours. 3776369. 1- 392-1610 for an appointment today) 64 "Thanks -"
College Work Study (only) $5.00/h evenings 65 Teammate of 2 1

& Saturday Telephone Survey Inter. Snider and
viewer Apply: Bob/Martha 3920171.
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ff. ON T.V many needed for commer 66 Sci-fi film: 1982 31 J9
DAILY TWI-UTE SHOW
cials. Now hiring all ages. For castingInfo. OAKS MALL 10 52.111 Urtnjb l MJOIIpcll' 67 Class mtg.
Call 615-779-7111 Ext T-235. 1- OAKS MAll 1i30Q NI W81 RRV ROAD (lUid.. ID&M,nq 68 Before hand 4 4 E41 1

23-1-13 OAKS lAST OAKS 4 WIST or foot 4

331-8818 INSIDE DAMS "AU A OJ A CE TO MALL | 69 Heating vessel
Fraternity & Sorority members earn extra 331-8118 MOMSPIAIA
money. National party favor company 5055 4
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looking lor sales associates. High com 1 *>.1'r< > ). BORN ON THE DOWN

missions, work your own hours. ,1-800- 14s ,m:soil.: i l.alo II FOURTH OF JULY (R) 1 Napoleon '

I 444-64B4.. 1-26-5-13 too, :'Zn CAIN SO.a) 1pt/0 II 1:00: ((4:150 $2.50)), 7a5,10:15: : 2 retreat Overwhelm? 61
THE unu.MAD tl STEEL MAGNOLIAS; (PC;)
I HEARING Experiments 5.10 first wk all I.to, 4 oo. ((100 .11101 i 1:30: (450: $2.50)), 7:30: 10.30 3 Chip In 55

I listeners 3"40.11515 ALWAYS (PC;) 4 Releases

MF only 392-6214. 1.25-3-13 MA rl i.4 saI' J.rnl a 1:45: ((5:ISO $2.50)), 7:45, '1030 5 6 Golf Misspell
TREMORS PC-IS gadget
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u s na I\1\ ? 1990 LOT Angtlts Time Syndicate. 1/23/90/
Multi-company building needs reception- 1(3 332
iiV/swltch, board operator for lunch
breaks. 2 hrs. In mid-day M-F, $5/hr. Times Shown For Monday Thru Thursday

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17 NOTICESDON'T LOST & FOUND .
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WAIT FOUND: Male puppy by Law School on
until midterms to use PC Lab. 1/16. Sheppard mix mostly black no collar
becomeall
Call 3760768. them
1233.20 Help
Learn WP, Lotus 123, dBaseNOW.
Special plant. 372-6500. 1-25-5-
FOUND: Oakley Sunglasses by GPA on
PREVIEW 'BO Information session for all 1/17. C.1I377-05113Iv. message 1 1.23.320 they want to be.
those Interested In applying for the summer
orientation staff to be held Wed.,Jan.
24 at 00pm: In rooms 381, 382, 383 of J. REWARD: Lost gold wedding band w/black H
Wayne Reltz Union. 1-24-3-17 markings at Health Center Jan 17, Call
Elise 392-3441 or 371-1020. 1-24-3-20

18 RIDES Found golden retrlever-dachsund mix Children think and plan:
puppy near Gatorwood Apia on Archer Rd. "
"When I grow up. Children
45 r/t: Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 4 yra of 376-2718. 1243.20
weekly Frl't/Sun/ but trips. Pets ok pkg with mental retardation have
transported. GMG trans 333-7028 ((305)) FOUND: Black Revo Sunglasses In Business the same kinds of hopes and
2663788. 1-30-16-18 101, 1/18, 7th & 8th Period Call 378- ,
dreams for
3867. 1-25-3-20 '\ education, good
H r jobs happy homes.

20 LOST & FOUNDFinders FOUND: Gold bracelet In Turlington 007 rte The ARC the Association for
Call 395-8362 to ID. 1-25-3-20
? Retarded Citizens is working
Keepers
If you find something, you can place a Lost: Black & Red Cooper City High SchoolBag A', to make these dreams come
by bus-stop from 'J I
FREE ad In this aectlon. Be kind to someone across Turlington J I true. Join us.
contains clothes 335-5954. 1-24-2-20 ''
who lost what you found. Call 373- Help us build better lives.
FIND.
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FOUND: Prescription glasses between /'
Williamson A Welmer Call
Murphree area
LOST double rope gold bracelet Sentimental
Office, 392-6091. 1.25.3.20
value. REWARD! Call Deena 336- # r1.

0538. 1-24-3-20 LOST Sapphire and diamond gold ring. Help build the arc
VERY high sentimental value. Reward no
FOUND: pr of bifocal glasses w/ clear
asked. If call Association for Retarded Citizens
questions any Info please
F
frames near McCardy Hall on Frl. Jan 12. "i.,.
Deb 335-2552. 1-25-5-20
Call 3352933. 1-23-3-20


LOST: Gold charm bracelet, with hearts on
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the I Carter injured... ; -players.. speak minds I


By DAN STIFFLER D (Dwayne Davis) was playing defense on the point guard the other night. We have

rumor millaturnin' Alligator Staff Writer him, as I understand it, and he happenedto some great guards.The guards have really
hit his hand as he was attacking the responded well."

With the recent turmoil in the life of the basketball." And with the loss of Carter, the effectsof

UF basketball team, the team suffered yet The possible loss of Carter and his ball the season are starting to wear thin on
another blow Monday. control will affect the team when it plays the players.

Starting point guard B.J. Carter fractured against pressure defenses. The Gators "You just have to be strong,"Garcia said.
column You don't
Today's : say. his left hand at practice and was then would have to look for Scott Stewart
And so this NCAA investigator says off evaluated later that night to determine his and Brian Hogan to take over at the points no
the record that the Gators are going to get the status for )<)t.
Wednesday's night game against ) Speaking their minds. Everyoneseems
death oops
Vanderbilt. "B.J. is an outstanding point guard anda to have opinions about the UF bas-
Oh, hi there! Just putting the ol ear to the
rail, keeping abreast of the latest juicy gossip "We were in a simple drill, playing one- floor general," shooting guard Renaldo see Gators, page 19
*,rem the sports world. on-one," Coach Don DeVoe said. "Double- Garcia said. "Scott Stewart played well at

It's a real tough task, you know, keeping fact
from fiction around these precincts anymore.
That's how nasty hearsay and tittle-tattle gets f
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New Gators football coach Steve Spurrierwas a A

seen recently walking on top of Lake Alice, A

turning the water to wine. Reportedly, he res-
urrected a man from the dead three hours later.

I 0 The men's basketball team, before every
practice,must stand at halfcourt and chant "We
are DeVoe" 10 times or face suspension.
When former UF football coach Gary

Darnell took the job at Notre Dame, he exClaimed -
,"I've left hell and done gone to heaven."
"ESPN" stands for Emmitt Smith Program
ming Network. I

In keeping with the pros, the entire UF # k 7
baseball team has filed for arbitration with man
agement. They want wooden bats or they're not
playing. I

From its branch office in Gainesville, the I
NCAA has begun investigating the UF golf
team. Something about loaded golf balls. I

Dwayne Schintzius soon will open his own

chain of hair-styling salons/weight-loss centers 71 .p
whether he wants to or not. Galen Hall will
be the manager.

Two men, both named Vito and wielding SUZETTE COOK -ALLIGATOR

balpeen hammers,kindly asked Ben Hill GriffinJr. Taking some BPA
to make that $10 million donation to UF.
In the resignation speech of UF President UF baseball player takes batting practice Monday afternoon at Perry Field. The Gators, ranked 17th in the

Robert Bryan, who will step down in March, is Collegiate Baseball preseason poll, have been working out three hours a day in preparation for their Feb. 3

the sentence: "Did we really name that thing season opener against Western Carolina.
'Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field'?"

; Rich guy Alfred McKethan, who donated a
huge> wad of dough to refurbish the baseball Missouri climbs of \ !: ;4.Ir. '
to '
pollUnited
stadium, is scheduled to buy Ben Hill Griffin top I ..I', U"P.P.'I'I ;" .2'0'' ((1i? ,'1
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Illinois tumbled six places to suffer the
"Scott Linder Stadium at the Varsity Tennis ketball in the United 17.1 623 4
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Courts" among his possessions, will spearhead Press International Board of Coaches. biggest drop of the ranked teams. Connecticut, 2. Kansas 13m) (P1 S57 1
I hostile takeover of both Griffin and McKethan. one of three new teams to crack the Top 20, Georgetown t: 131 .2
a Missouri, which defeated previously top- 4.Uuisvill .- 396 1 10
the of the week.
produced biggest surprises
Once Florida Field is resurfaced with nat- ranked Kansas, received 37 of 42 possible I UNLV ((1)) 423)385) 9
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grass, first-place votes and was the overwhelmingchoice The Huskies knocked off Big East giants '- 7 Dub I 3283 I
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cash to for the Arkansas. 14261 ,13
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I 1I ide,1t14 -iI oIi t r w --VOLUME 83, NUMBER 87 JI TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1990 Police find similarities in rape cases.3 UF basketball player Carter breaks hand at practice .20 New treasurer vetoes funds for COAR speaker By ANTHONY LEDERMAN Alligator Writer Students should be participating in Cam pus Organized Against Rape Week today instead of watching a "political volleyball" game, said COAR President Wendy Maynard. Maynard referred to the political game between COAR and Student Government that began last semester when former treasurer Alan Levine vetoed a bill that would have funded COAR Week. The game continued Monday when new Interim Student Body Treasurer Scott Thomas vetoed the 83,000 bill, which would have brought guest speaker Jean Kilbourne to UF for the event, "I think it's sad that the student govern. mient admiistration is n1it onteried wah the welfare of the students, Maynard sodt Diey are onlyconcerned with their po itcal games Thomas COAR ha Infirmary ported by said he vetoed the S 511,000 of unused account COAR is SG and the infirmary iII be( au flnds III its dually suIp In a memo written to Student Body Pres adent Ed Scales, Infirmary Director Boyd Kellett wrote that COAR has not spent more than $4,000 in each of the past four years Kellett also wrote that he thinks COAR has adequate funding for COAR Week in the Infirmary account They are trying to make COAR part of the Infirmary without our consent," May iard said Thomas, who was formerly Ed Stales' Chief ol Slaof before taking I' position as miterm reasurer, and Healh Cabmnet Direcfor Jason Rosenberg saId that the veto is justified But they expect rcprcusiums "Nothing stares tire more Than If I veto this because I have to go before theSenate," Thomas said I hope no one says.1'i shows that you're insensitive' "I think that rape is one of the most heinous, despicable violent crimes" he said "But it's not my job to decide which crimes are harsh -it's just to decide what's best for students." Thomas said he was actually doing COAR a favor by giving them the opportunity to get out of the political process and rely on constant funding every year from student health services "We have to make value hies. I-iim sund T(OAR i gra ut It wtt f hat started rtsourtt mit s( lituhioms ted a I pert -ft utidet toit ioiu at the list Rap \wartit ss Week spitt H is nothtI reasil w li t f' Iit ft fill And th if rowd lo Id h' int( h ifalb 1i rtfxorterts wtrtt't the iir.e sitd But \ILM iard ''JdCI thtit I ( OAR brought Kilbourn to speak abou the anage of wometlin III advt'rri~ini, there would be I great turnoit 'Beiause of another organraltioi uistake our organi.ation and studeiis as a whole are losing out.' Maynard said Fhoms said iat .ilithougi he vetoed the bill, he has nohing against COAR 'spossible that Ve~e wal iti dierenToes Aihut th'In being prtsonal cir vltl(L'vt it stf NvV Turner gives different story Basketball player reinstated, By MIKE DAME Alligator Staff Writer ht L1[11n' mmil hi a t I, I J ),d: ] tooK st'Ne ral tL' WILit MoI o(I.R', t l''. 1 L with a Iirt' 't" 1 rshi l Of (Ilit l' eTlt' '' | I : tii 1ie iI i 5 1 li [t TI IIi s L t s\ I st 1 11 [ 11 Is P l U IL trIler ruruer w s Ttr st it. I to t lInethil t' t \!ondav after .i 'Idnititti' m[eii g ~A,1ia dent Judl LI] SAdkr's Iearl irt'niv l'osteI, w'la issued the sopIitmore forward ) roiIrmI.t Iai Following the mcettg, luriner dih. ut d details o1 the lan 14 incident i anm Allpia 1,u Omega fraternity p.irIV |o [lit Irs: LIlAC contradicting a Gamesville pI report According to Gainesville police's rtport. Schntzius ripped the ide-view mirror oil a Jeep parked outside the A FO house and hurle I it toward an upper floor Wm idow Bu i IaI ier says he threw mirror siol \floubiav he ,atral' tlrvew I ta, (" ]IQ 1 : C II (I | I i v [ it I I |, R i I I L I ....1 III! he hI t 1 1n "'"'at\' I" turner's or l hu litt/iLhs ILe it' t hi 'J I I ,i i' riI .II 1 !,' A i r it1 'A II 1 ,k s s t | r If i l.' .1 r 11'ifl" 1-ttdII s I 'r f -II see Turner, page 'I Admission rules to change New students must By CHRISTY HARRIS Alligat or Wn ter Students whowant to attend U state university after next Augus a foreign language requirement will especially affect some minor letes Those students sometimes h cepted despite not meeting the quirement. but in less than two y change, said Bruce Mitchell, Boa admissions and registration com man. Now students can be admitted versities without meeting the fore requirement, as long as they comp graduating Once the newlaw tak 1, 1991, students will have to mee ments before being admitted. The foreign language require missions can be met by taking one foreign language in high sc eight to 10 credits of a language i college, or by demonstrating equi meet foreign language requirements edge (Iii a test Mitchell said the Board of Regents, the 13 people who oversee the tine state uiversit es, For any other see the law as contrary to the state's goal of must meet increasing minority enrollment because at -one that nortifes often don't meet the requirement ties and aih"Right now, there's no discretion," Mitchell said "I don't disagree with the goal, but when ave been an they pass a law without flexibility, people who language reshould be in a university will be excluded ears that will Mitchell said the law's goal is to make rd of Regents students able to do business on an internanittee chairtional level He said the law's sponsor, Sen N Curtis Peterson Jr ,-Lakeland, believesevery to state tintstudent needs to take a foreign language. ign language Until Aug. 1, 1991, the law states that a lete it before "limited number of students who don't meet s effect Aug, the requirement will be admitted, but they will t the requirehave to take eight to 10 foreign language credits before graduating ment for adThat part of the requirement took effect this two years of spng and mainly affects transfer students hool, taking from community colleges, who until now were n community valent knowlsee Raqulmment.page 11 I G o .. 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' | \' 1) i A l PIli! Ali IGArOR Robberies plague fraternity houses its IqAi n"1 -I SG parties pla By M.D. CUMELLA Alligator Writer Shakespeare once wrote, "that which we call a rose, by any other name, would smell as sweet Tcs is true of politics UF's political partiescome and go buu he names are all that really change Students have created more than a dozen poitIal parties since lf8i with names such as Action, heath, Express, Florida Student Party. C A.T 0 Impact, Progress, Students Taking An Active Role (STAR), Students Unte Now (SUN) and Wave In 1986, student body president candidate David Wagie even named a party after himself -the WAGIE party Party leaders often say they change names to start fresh and clean up Student Government, but issues such as tuition and parking never change Former Student Body President Scooter Willis said presidential candidates often form new parties so they can use old ideas and call them new. 'he parties don't really represent new ideas, even though they like to say they do," Willis said "They just represent groups of people." Willis also said candidates don't want to be connected with unpopular stances taken by previours parties. 'Why take any negative things with you if you can start ov" he said Tad Delegal, an unsuccessful candidate for student body president in 1986, said another reason for the constant changes are lack of continuity V name game 'Refiule Vou have IF man !I Irtinsitiurt. [The 'sr ties become associated with tie people who runl them. not their puite' D Selega sa When the people in the parlieschange. the personally of the party changes Sometinmes it's just better [i start fresh The SU N party Lurren tly koult ro Is stud len ft Senae with more that 50 of the 80 student senators, but party leader ise Smith said no one .s running under the party name is (ar as she knows Smith said she thinks students get bored with parties quickly, aid parties have arn easier Iirrw changing their name than crealrng new Issues "After a year, lhe parties get kuid it old," Smith said "If you change your name, you cail promise students the same things over and over agani Smith said students might get more involved in SG if parties developed permdnt it Ideologies "If students could count on Iwo solid parties, they might get more Involved,' she said 'They might even start calling it their party Delegal, who has been part of ive different parties at UF, said he doesn't think UF will ever have long-lasting parties "The parties are really just short-term coalitions (that) students used to get elected," Delegal said FormerSenate President Michael Browne,who formed the Vision party earlier this month to run for student body president, said it's hard to run with an incumbent party "Everyone exploits the negatives of Student Government when they run, so everyone tries to start with a clean slate," Browne said By MIKE BRUSCELL Allido1or Aolor Morethan N2e(iil proper Iv wis IclorerlI rinssciii a'l wtiked ,It r ITre icirs on I Ira rl-riiy ow' wo-ro -iftokenl IT )ha etwtotli anel '.uirdli oight aind early Sirlry moorming, I Ijonie.if(] I' p{IIt i spoikwomiii i Aigi' Itoren Said tiltIlrI' trat#'rallv nouslt-S. lit t bIF. Kaippa Alli n I', Ka p. ['hi w er ill burglar i/t d wihmiwo lf ohite' hTur, sht stue bi r 't I In lil 'li Th, pari It Ih trt often Isn hf pj v ocpIrevenlted] he furglres Ille lhtl I r Elit v's iito rnl n r1% rLrIn' '1.1w i I wl44 k tlo h r i al Their :ik. arid hth ,' all (,I LmmIon to 1in (his nuas ol said At ht DelTa iii !-ot, IFrreriIty Row dirnII it mminger. ( tirts Pear[ and onat han Carter reported aboul SilO(t l money. (redit ( ards iewe:ry aod stereo (-qit pment I lollent tromn 11-(Ir fit fill Pinlift' KLarl Pearl riid Cate rioooi was ',rtkk itIno5 rtfmving an air conditioner from r I( s f lif r 1i l n tl1 l Jilt wihol rs ido wit ti tilt Incked About S1065 ol property, iitit Ag jewelry and a videocassetIe reorder, was miissiig Iromi Ilve rooms it [he kappa Alpha bifnes 5-A I raternly Row IIIe said Ira rernity members (tit he house il ited e! d Id io!(hIt fit IFfI tob Ibtt In I1) P no Stla [Ii iTrdli~l Sunday, aid didn't [iitt antihiig was mriasing unl p it hat afternlone 'her were rnembersl ,ho siome (fratrmIly were hert who til m t[ eo 1 1 To 1 il Il pp i %. Ji 1 i l oIi I i t,~l~' IU!at-ho }lil~r t Rad }onoloh Ii rg I !, i'u le I T IMI' SdI oF i)tftlrtv tjoi t b T igr rstiulI oT l, f l 1 "i : 'urg it : rIV t l I itIlit [itr i rg ialt it l itn wrilc Ili 1 1 o % it, aId IbJiuhalir' h nick Triei't' 1[IT Iu 1r' I iI' I it I I I L 1 l III Now ']s Pr io t \ 1 4 tit' htr mi( ,i-v m' i a itit ihr, t r i i ur lia t'' oi] ari1 11,1 [ttilt rS hllkt I ,lI lne s it [dIII two( T Who w d ln' 111 't m r 1, 1 h1 prien lI 1 ik rI If te se II" 1 m1:1 1" 1w bla I :m1 1 Mile al r:111 l pom11 ,heoirsaa ill 1 11 %i m in li t VIou Io vf t [4 it R I t l [, ndi ini ~ ~ I l or l [Io 1h )F l I r ab [u t I 'Ie sol m I ll lo nds 'I IwtI rd i I 11 n1 r Fon l L( partI FegIv afk m l Investigators reveal similarities between two recent rape cases Gamesville ohre still lre if vestigating the lir 13 rape oFt d 19-year-old I Vstudent, ard scid i might be liniket to a rape tsi month at the Oaks Mll Police spoktswiiomian L Sadie )arnell said btB rapists were armed, and im both cases an unknown attacker forced the victims into their cars drove around, raised (he women. then drove aroun agini bre cltv ]Ilg them How'ver, lit' o)lk \lAll rapist Used a gi .\lui hia CL'nIty Sheriff spokesni Spenc r \aMann sird lI' student's ripos used a knife Police dest ribed the ,udent's ainprt only as .bla male A desenpn of the Oaks Mall rapist was not released -MIKE BRUSCELL Senator to By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Writer Alter getting the run-around from several committees. Student Senator Charlie Grapski, the leader of the Independent Party. said he will present his bill to the Senate in public debate today Grapski said his bill, which calls for a two-day election period, has not been reviewed by the judiciary committee and was not put on the Senate's agenda Sunday night at a meeting of the Replacement and Agenda committee Student Government rules manpresent cc date that any bill dealing with elections must be placed on the Senate floor three weeks before the election That means Grapski's bill needs to be presented tonight or else it will be void Grapski said a two-day election will allow those students who can't vote on one day, to have the chance to vote the next. Senate President Amira Trebincevic said Grapski failed to provideenough research about the effectiveness and cost of a two-day election period .I see his complaints as only complaints," she said. 'If it was ntroversial 2-day election bill important to him, he should have thought about it a little earlier A two-day election only would solicit 800 morevotes, a 15 percent increase, and would be a greater expense for the university. Trebincevic said But Grapskt said he presented the bill last semester to the judiciary committeethe committee that decides what bills will go in front of Senatebut the committee never reviewed it, Grapski said the committee didn't meet enough last semester to sufficiently review all the legislation. "We just haven't had enough meetings to deal with all the work we ve got waiting for us.' said Grapska, who is a member of the judiciary. "We're not putting any' thing out on the Senate floor" Ty Allen-Jones, the chairman of the judiciary committee, said the committee has no urgent legislation that needs to be reviewed before Tuesday. 'The pressing issues were finalized at the end of last semester, he said "There is no reason to try to push a bill through because the legislation we have now isn't of emergency quality," he said, Allen-Jones sod the committee will ho1 speed up the reviewing process just to pass legislation on to lie Senate Larry Medvinsky, former chair man of the judiciary committee. said there are three processes a bill can go through to reach the Senate He said it first can he sent to judiciary. If that doesn't work, it can then be sent to Replacement and Agenda. Lastly, the senator can publicly debate it on the senate floor. see Bills, page 4 9

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ELSEWHERE Barry to undergo alcohol WAVHlflNG ION (( %Iayor Mcarin iarri, amgoc i oeleroi dig lmhtr e left lowni !t enlei a |h~ul aoho Ieamen Gulls%>nld~s ind al[op Jude nli1litI Ii roll the govetriniel tii Ini absence vowed hit 4it would cxpirinnt I 'no leadership ,rrps left Ills oasshmlloku inlme wooh his wife, Hsili, [I ,[Llii tin r.,ria p l i tl iir i iII, is tttlorney, R Mudy would 'a Io win failLity lar A would lntc Ibut sourns in I ]rhda sold Barry lew to West 1aim Beat I and rptIrgl]Vdly wiild Ib admitmiled to thre Fily lia/elden (inter a' St Mary', iopfial Ahsi'aI Nhk!wu nitiiLniig tniideinthly laws r(Itself to reveal f Boin iN W a patient (t' ,\duinmsiilotr C ik i Ilitmlpson, whomi Barly noomed Iriday 14 rall ltegovertinflect ashe d.alswith hI legal Mid persoial troubles, sand the city would Haitian leaders crack 'O1l At -PRINCE, Haiti (Li -Security forces appeared to be extendig a crackdown oil political oppoution ito the provmiCes amid reports Monday a leading activist was arrested in Cap-Haitian, the second last uTy in he sland nation pwo other people were reported arrested in the capital where some oppfositiom leaders were believed mi hiding and many mdia ouili ipled no to broad 4I news an elturts by nihiary ruler Gen Prosper Avri to arrest and depon oponerns three months before tlet tsol Max Montreni leader at [ie Neighborhood Cornatie of Ca-Elian, was arrested Sunday afternoon, ic1(ording to Lap liian residents arrivingin Port-Aul'rine Monday Montretu's reported arrest would be The irt t a political opposition leader outside the Lt.ital since the crackdown began The military government has not released any offiLial information about the crackdown treatment catIit] Ito operate sailooIthly [lie ay-ti day managitr.1 of this governlt' h'e been and( imut5 o ateamn tot," i'hompson said a a news oilererle "The players on this tam are competentI professional Barry was Io undergo he firs! of his court-ordered weekly urmilys, tests or drugs Monday, bu Mundy would i nr ay it that test was conducted before Barry oit tho city Barry 53. has not announced whether he will seek a fourth term, but Mundy and lhoipson gaid he is iot coniderng resignation His term lasts for another I months liompson took over all the mayor's powers with the exception of sgnig or vetoing legislation or approvig contracts with the federal government She said Harry would be sent documents that need his signature at the treatment facility down on opposition But the independent radio station Metropole said Sunday between 30 ad 40 people were arrested over the weekend under a 30-day state of siege declared by Avril Saturday as a means of cracking down on "terrorism" in the wake of a military officer's assassination In Washington, the State Department called Mon day for the government of Haiti to move ahead with local elections in April, despite the deportation olmain opposition leaders and the state of siege suspending constitutional rights Spokeswoman Margaret Tutwiler said Avril's government was "putting to risk the democratic transition" in Haiti with its crackdown on political op ponents Ehe government has deported several leading opposition figuresto the United States, inud ing Dr Louis Roy, a co-author of the country's 1997 constitution Soviet soldiers close border with Iran MOSCOW (UPI) -Soviet soldiers sealed the border with Iran Monday as an estimated 100,000 Azerbaijanis crowded a hilltop park overlooking Baku to bury those killed from the assault on their capital city Revising the official death toll, the government newspaper Iznestta said 62 civilians were killed and more than 200 wounded when the Soviet army stormed into Baku Saturday to end what President Mikhail Gorbachev called fratricidal killing between Moslem Azerbabars and Christian Armenians, Monday. the Soviet army moved to seal Azerbaan's 480 miles of open border with Iran in an apparent move to prevent the flow of arms to Azerbaijani nationalists across the frontier Soviet Foreign Ministry spokesman Gennady TURNER from page 1 Judicial Affairs because of student confidentiality laws Schintzius is expected to meet with Stevens today. But even if she clears the senior center to return to the team, Gators coach Don Defoe said he won't let Schint,,us hack until he gets a haircut .Schintzius has worn his hair BILLS from page 3 "They just didn't want to do it," Grapski said, referring to the Replacement and Agenda committee. "It's just outrageous the way they're all playing games like this "They're (the senate) seriously depriving the student body the right to vote at this school." Grapski said. Gerasmov confirmed the border sealing at a news conference later in the day, saying, "I think the task of the military forces now in Azerbaijan is to close the border so that there is no transporting over of weapons." But The Tehran Times denied Iran had supplied arms to the Azerbajani nationalists in the rebellious southern Soviet republic. The dispute that prompted the army assault on Baku stems from a two-year ethnic conflict between Azer baijanis and Armenians over the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh in Azerbaijan, populated mainly by Armenians. The disturbances have claimed over 300 lives, at least 150 since the Azerbaijai nationalists called for renewed pogroms Jan. 13 short on top and long im the back since high school The issue is not the hair It's doing the things that I expect of all my players." DeVoe said Schmntzus has referred all ques tions concernighis suspension to his attorney, Huntley Johnson Johnson hasn't returned calls the past wo days The hair mandate has not stopped with Schintzius. His younment and Agenda committee may have made premature decisions about the two-day election bill, Grapski said, because they are supporters of the Vision Party while Grapski supports the Today Party Vision presidential candidate Michael Browne confirmed that he has stmong support in the Replacement and Agenda committee. "I'm doing very well with people Some senators on the Replaceinvolved with Student Governger brotherTravis, a freshman for ward on the team who sports a similar style, also must get a tnm. "I've got a haircut scheduled for (today) after practice,''Travis said "He said it was too long, and I agree with him, He said to get a good trim, so I guess that means a good two or three inches. "But no Don DeVoe haircut, delately I want to keep my girlfriend meant Browne said. "I would say the maximum number of people working with Vision are less than 10 and more than 4 Six are on the Replacement and Agenda committee." The Senate will meet at 730 p m in room 349 of the Reitz Union to discuss fund requests for the StadentAmerican Veterinary Medical Association, the Gator Guard-Drill Team and Physically Limited University Students SPREVIE 90 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA OFFICE FOR STUDENT SERVICE Preview '90 Information session for all those Interested In applying for the summer orientation staff to be held Wednesday, Jan. 24th at 6:00 p.m. In Rooms 361, 362 and 363 of the J. Wayne ReItz Union. 7 17 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 17 7 7 7 SCIMM1/ AU1 ENDPAMOL LM 0 [PUl 3NEIL 151@55 5115 555 5 5 51 111 5 511 55 51 Y 1, li 04 PAY IS *S.5 AN HOUR UF STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF & SPOUSES CAN APPLY DEADLINE TO APPLY IS AN 20h FOR MORE INFO., CALL 202*MOT OR COME BY ROOM 2$6 FLA. GYM. INTRAMURALS ARE FUNDED BY STUDENT GOVT AND SPONSORED BY THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUUAN PERFORMANCE DO YOU HAVE ASTHMA? EARN $650! 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Students to help decide condom machine message Task force revises student AIDS policy UF employees who release information about campus AIDS victims may be disciplined. the Oi. Pask Force on AIDS and HIV Intection voted Mon dlay The task force also supported a sutae bylaw that says AIDS victims are considered handicapped and should receive all services given to such students Both stances were taken by the task force when it approved revisions to U's AIDS policy The new discipline policy, approved unanimously by the task force, states that "breach of confidentiality of information obtained in an official university capacity may result in disciplinary action" to the person who released the information UF health educator Joanne Auth said the threat of discipline for UF employees was included in the AIDS policy revisions after a student had suggested that the importance of confidentiality was not being stressed. The revisions did not specify what sort of disciplinary action would be taken. -RONALD DUPONT JR. be depressing'" About 2> m hoies, dispensing Prime lubricated fcdons for 50 cents each. will be hung on bathroom walls in dormitories, the Reitz Union and the J Hillis Miller Health Center Some committee members said the message could be written like warnings on cigarette boxes, with the condom message warning pfo pie about the sexually ransmitied diseasesthatcould becontrd(ted by not using a condom Other task force members dis cussed less harsh messages "Do you want an educational mes sage or a persuasive on" lFi Health Educator Joanne Auth said Auth also discussed the possibilty of occasionally putting different messages on the machines to target different types of condom buyers l IIl)NIJARY 2 Io AirlTIR,5 McCoy charged for attack on woman EII bibill poaver loily %It 'v '%IN charged Monday wih Nix rriuna.Il LoUt, lmlig lrs a \uv -9 'txal assault o a ftIale studetil .I kmin. poll M (oyf a starting dIelent t Ii k It -r the Gators last sedsoi, was chirtc wIth Jrmied kicnappiog, two cmes I t I Ii sexual battery, two counts ol sNotlIt, h.ai try and a count of iggravaittI assault Ile is scheduled to be arraigned 1irl.f in Alachua County Court AltorIt\I ,Wu he is exl)e( telI o plead noiit 1. ,iv AIhchua( ouTmIy jail Its rds 110W th 6-foot 1, 265-pound M (ov liltgeiilv sexually asnu lted lie Z2 year oI (I s ii II and forced her to periorn oral (,x AIler poer tng her chest with a kne, Il Allegedly scraped it across her body Ind [,fit] her she was going to die McCoy, 20, was release! (in i00 bond Nov 23 le was sisp~einded 'det in tely from the lotball team -JASON DAVIS AVisit r ir Club .1 Heaveffsible SideEffects. Gainesville's Largest Fitness Center If you want to trim down, you can choose from over 120 aerobic classes weekly, If you want to add figure shaping muscle, you may choose from over 130 Nautilus machines and a fine selection of leverage and free weight equipment. Also with our Lifecycles, Stairmasters and Liferowers, your cardiovascular system will never be better. And ladies, we even have a women's only center inside Thornebrook Village just for you See for yourself. With our memberships beginning as low as $19 95 per month, youll notice the visible side effects before you know it. Gainesville Health & Fitness Center Call'Ibday For AFree Visit Men & Wesn WesianteRgency 377-4965 WomenOnly Thornelok Vliiag 374-4634 INDOOR TANNING SPRING SPECIALS R.p nt All Osr ran 4002 Nowbery Rd PLAZA WEST Open Monsis niingo Single Session $5.00 nwth .of sees seps ?/3/ sw MON -FRI 7am -9 pm SAT 9 am -5 pm SUN 12 noon -4 pm oem n. as 4 ro'" si the sin 'o k S '+ r 1i 1 Month Unlimited I 1 I $35.00 1 | on mof to 4 536 S.W. 2nd Ave 372-7876 / ~RM) >1 The most Triunald Name In Tosaning 372-7862 Week Unlimited $ ,.00 Me "fs 2 IN 5 1/2 blocks from campus Co-ed No Contracts Nautilus neainalris 6 Months IOne YearI of Semester II$10 0 I | $ .0 $75.00 I 1000 L-__ _L_----_---J WE'LL MEET ANY OTHER GYM'S PRICE AND WE HONOR ALL OTHER GYMS COUPONS, TOO YOU CNWHT BENT PETE'S QYNII Mhy old the didcken cru th road? To get a copy of The Alligator! By RONALD DUPONT JR Alligator Writer Because the L lask forte On AIDS and HIV inferton kouldn'l decide on a message for campus condom machines, it will look to students for an answer During Monday's task force meetMg, members discussed for about a half hour what message should be on the machines that will be istalled in late February But they couldn't agree on a message and decided to conduct a survey In the informal survey, teachers will ask both male and female students what sort of statement on a condom machine would most likely catch their attention "Should it be humorous?" said Steven Womeldurf, a graduate student and task force member "Should it

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Uii 19A \I Al i I'N OPINIONS g, you tend to take things loi things such as safety al htc. Only k a knock you down It's ad that it took the hr t laI I ol a IT student and the sonsless iirder B1 ret-ii graduate Ronald Willis to send the I coniniittv into a ctiic-safety frenzv. Why (Ild it take such a ha (I slap Ill the Iate to see the reality of a violent world' Gamnsvillt PoILL I I Sadie Danell and fI police spokeswoman Angie lipton say their offices have been deluged with requests tor ( rne prevention programs since the abduction and lapt ol a student oi West Panhel Icn Drive one week ago Jhir pi ograis are suddenly book,(d or weeks at sorrit houses and(1 residence halls. students haven't used ile student Nighttime Auxiliary Paol Ill sticli tlileIi1ncep the pis.ilalalice of I juinor Tiflany Sessions last tii, iptoil <,:d The violent events last week wei e tot) close to campus for comfort," she said S-vetal sororities have takev action against crime by training hedges and adding new lights around their houses which I )arnell said ate practical (eterrents off caiUS residents can use. She said deadbolt locks and id ow locks are also additional common-sense measures Both Lipton and L)arnell agree tragedy shouldn't be the way to make people act more safely L nmnes such as these are like death. Dainell said, no one wants to talk about them although they're part of reality. But there's a big difference between safety and paranoia It's easy to set up a buddy system when walk ing home from a late class or to carry a small flashlight on a key chain. Make sure your home is well lit inside and out and get to know your neighbors, Darnell said. You don't have to like the people next door, she said, but at the very least you could look out for each other. Dormitories could re-encourage residents to open doors only to people they know or to those who know who they're visiting It can't hurt to know fellow floor restdents a bit better. Last year. there were 39 violent crimes on campus, which isn't bad when compared to the faculty and student population of 55,000. But even one is too many, "Zero is what we want," Tipton said. Practicing safety should become habit instead of just a trend. Just like buckling the safety belt in the car or recycling newspapers, personal safety can be an inborn part of our lives. Awareness shouldn't end when the crimes aren't headline news alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Latter. Policy Lefls to t .a" o W toWLjd not excad 200 wordS (about one nor 1o we Ther ahouid be typO d tb4SlC and 'Igned They Should tince I tyded nude adde.s and tlep*oC. nuntear Nan,.a wo" be "thbeld th. wJter ShoeS just caus r* i o hav" and OdihafS C"d lb. .astbou~ base addso, at 376-4458 What events will the '90s bring? High atop Mount Muhuruju in North I lniral libei there is a cave warmed by a fire of brush wood 1he lore Nurrounding Al Hasaan )avee .the lone in habitat of this rocky outcroppog, Incuses on his canny ability to predict the figure I I[hrough underhanded methods, The Alligator has obtained Al Hasaan's just-released reaLIse "A Peck Back at the 190I s Some highlights *Whenthe European Fconomic Community lorms in 1993, the USSR and East Germany will apply far admission The reformed Communists will be put on (he wait list, pending a retaking of the SAT and summer school courses in econmac rehabilitation EBush gets four more years, claiming that his environmental and educational reforms have not only put America back on top, but have cleaned the air so that the average Amencan can see more than a thousand points of light in the night sky 1,008, 1009, minimum Ero offset his hawkish nature, Dan Quayle picks libertarian James Brown as his running mate Journalists pry into Brown's dubious educational and political background, finding that The Father of Soul wasexpelled from school. Brown olfsetscritiCismwith overpowering stage presence and double-talk dunng campaign SNAP doesn't help calm student fears Editor: We have noticed a serious flaw in the Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol program and in university safety in general On Jan 16, in an attempt to utilize the SNAP service, which is designed to escort students at nightto ensure their safety. I called to arrange an escort to a nighttime class in little Hall They assured me on the phone that someone would meet me after class to walk me home. Afterciass, at the designated meeting time, I waited for my escort to arrive Fif teen minutes later, I was still waiting, alone and now petrified, in the dark parking area Finding no phone, I was left no alternative but to walk the deserted no James Itwno IN THE LEFT LANE B (rash of 196 throws America into a three-year recession which lits military contractors and caret omrpaies hardest[ (I predicates Cuomno-Gre Denmura c victory for the White House Congtiress outlaws cigarettes liggett-Myers iid Philip-Morris rebel, distributng and exporting illegal ly Cuommo sanctions dawn invasion of North Caronia by the Southern Command, arrests cigarette barons and brings them to Miami for tral Tobacco crop burned ESony Corp buys frump Corp for $25 BiI],on, claiming one-fourth of Manhattan *Everyone's phone will be wired through a 10 loot diagonal High Definition TV. Your mother never seemed so close to home Doesn't she need a facaP Ilwo scientists at the University of Utah try to patent a "Star Trek" particle transfer system powered by cold fusion They are found out to be phonies, and are demoted to freshman chemistry lab duty. James Lawy is a first year law student His whereabouts in the 1990s an unknown. I and poorly lit roads to my dorm. I was very upset, so you can understand the motivation for this letter when I found out that a similar experience was had by my friend across the hall who will now tell her story, On Jan 17, at 6 pm., I went to a meeting in Reitz Union Upon having the mettingat 6:50.1 called SNAP only to find that the tines were tied up Ten minutes later, I had the person in the information booth contact UF police because I was late for an appointment She tried to arrange an escort for me, only to be informed that they were very sorry, but we're all tied up with the basketball game right now. That was at 7 p.m At 8 p.m. I was still sitting by the circular driveway, awaiting my nde Finally, I went inside to call my roommate. hoping she would be home She was home early and was able to come pick me up I'm sure that my fear at a situation like this makes many people feel that I'm being paranoid Well, to those who say that, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not after you. love been raped before, and for those of you who can't understand the emotional trauma of the ex perience, trust me when I say that it is something f would not even wish on my worst enemy. The SNAP has been less than effective in calming our fears due to their inability to perform this job efficiently. As far as UF police are concemed, they are all too eager to help after the fact. But how important would the basketball game have been if one of us, or any woman. been raped for lack of eiCott? Nansmus %othhold on meqwet Facing reality When youle youn eriled The siipl something powertul ~~I I MtUtV& CA" _ec7n'L B2cm you decide 167" rrm=7511 1, o h

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I S lAY I %NIARY I I Y i, AIJC;AUR. growth worries Senator By DUANE MARSTELLER Alimgator Writer Because Florida does 't have the tax base to keep ut) with its tremrndIoIs growth, the states environment way be damage even rmore despite legislation Io prevent that, state Sen George Kirkpatrick, D-Gainesville, told more than 100 t1 students or' campus Monday afternoon We've made substantial strides in reclbying our inaction and ignorance about the environment, but we're still not doing a good enough job in financing it," Kirkpat rick said 'Our goals for the state of Florida cannot keep up with the growth Among those goals, Kirkpatrick told a class of environmental engineering graduate students, are to expand the number of recycling programs, increase people's knowledge about the environment and find money to protect Florida's environment But don't look for state legislators to achieve them, he said IThere is very, very little courage in the Legislature, said Kirkparick, who is il) [or re-elet hIo Is year he i tgisulathr does not have the courage o ]niareist taxes, unless there is a groundswell or grassroots moveinit liat says 'I Nien you ve got to tind Noge wy Co rais, m14ey ey Kirkpatrick. a member ol both the stt-e ate Appropriation Committee and the Notural Resources and ConservaLtion Cominittec, said the 1988 Florida Suld Waste Management Ai ctwhich mandates counties to reduce the aimolin of trash sent to landfills by30 percent by 194 -has helped prolong the ]fe of Florida lddfi Is "It's been recogniued 1s one of ihei most compreherisive acts i the naion," said Kirkpatrick, sponsor of the bill "We have had tantastor success i the stale in starting curbside recycling programs I'sa tremendous piece of legislation, but if we don't follow that legislation, Florida woulhi be i a lot of trouble Pre-expo prepares students By USE FISHER No I Im 14 usmg o4 nit rg on Alligator Writer Both students and employers sai t he enjoyed the personal atmospher ilmng Monday's pre-txpo torums aid workships, which gave them a chance to talk helor today's Career '1ixu' pi the '(tonnell ( emiet The forums and workshops, held II he Reitz (Thin, informednio ,udls Ioulu er opportunihes in heir indhvidual 1ehIls "We targeted what they wanted lo he u said frnora Disnuke, Flectronc )ula Ss termscorporaLe ret( ruter Boih of her u-ion ute forums attracted more han 20 studeiis 'With this much detail. I would normally only take four lojrviews," ihsnuke s.id Students walked away Iromr IlAllmui k's display with cups, stationary ail 'i under standing of corporate philosophy tha1 ihey could apply to future inlerviews "We were spehifally looking lor Nioti-nis interested In relad internships" said Flall mark recruiter Rta Gatt lie mmi exis ind Mhe orinn ind Ito k)UHal (rIse si0io1V ti(ILIVMQ jut~ Iu, Iq itnt.l I was .11red Hoe woflil Ili, 1ldk.IhM,[ rh iter lmp,iin I wouldni it' i Ft ije s old li "uld bi ii Nil Auto Voic( 1 NY y ldqr Io v sem r lho pl il lo dik lo Ilm t o.o dirtio ol loiman resources With Ii inaina lHtlealih ',t .es 46 the 1 ) tral Aris iid uni t riit' ,m I Iinm gavesttildttits better uclei standing aboit lilrtial lh alih L"r hul" '" al j NlLol Fg "I 1 had known ioh gli, w i ai nl I W11ul~ vt h cv lwe it'[ r T n Ili rd or Vte ift-ition o o." rlg" sail 1h4 Ii Bob Ilrnel h assistaitthrt ioiftioopcrativer Ii(dlo ,Nio soo=1 imnhuld I ou. o he (,oartr &-s.our e Ien.r early in i semiester, aitnd wm kshps iid i ims ntl begin hintmig tor tobs cailv Macintosh Sale. Now through January 31. -,. A ..*~ a MN W/2//s N\u\\ Suggested Retail $6920 95 Regular Campus Price $5068 00 $4768 Bundle includes: Macintosh Ilci w/40 Mg Hard Disk RGI Color Monitor w/Video Card ImageWriter 11 Printer Offer available to U full-time students, faculty and staff only For more information call the Customer Service Desk at 392-0194 U A4 fR'Y WE LOm A-A iA.VLLI. FL M _1F \ BMOCKUTCi -conceptsinc. M '6"1"1' --I S I r TOO L ATE TO RUN A '--2 DECLASSIFIED AD? e )) k \fits DAVID "elp ro lit edt* is'y Yal W ilino ro, maugh and i Wtn~ 0 l THOMSrON COUR!,0 ul~gil wEDOIG c n our ightS V ~ o 'ou godg lve yr u e glcng sel JOEL 9* Tuesday 3 for 1 Next to Gator Plaza upstairs 1718 W Univ 336-1111 RO In Stims Special: Hot Coned deef Sandwich Pastrami Sandwich & I. I NtPo.b.l la. staxt o POne MODELS WANTED For the 199 WOEN OF i a EN OF FLORA cawam Wonhan N22.MIop Momen Z3viay ,3, .and 4.1 r 6 pm a 0 aleal'nh't .Uoopwowraenrl. 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Preview '90 Staff Positions Open; Meeting Wed. tldnts mst ipp now to bew ni reibters it the Pre ew I stat, a group of III min Ind 1) women who serve as hises guids adiers and companions hi, iJrmier to more than 4,00 noting rroshmue did thoir jaralnt4 meIwo liPrItvw orientation sessions ill be held in M and lune it. lamiliarize In mrnii1g silents and their tinilies with N'r. thing rom hio to register for classes I %h t're doning arid recreation fiulites t Is lod I'r tut sitters -re gin tree .aiuipu housing, tree "ieal tokets and are [ t' I senl or their sumir work applications art cilblo at the Student sor at. s e l29I ligert Hall and must Ni r rned there i; I raday, Evb 2 Stucents interested in timing g Preview statoersm iLl attend in Itormation meeting at i p im Vidnesdv in 346 Reit/ Unim For ore Itoimation ontati arv I nno t% liiisun assistant dean for student serI 1 192 12 Student Judicial Affairs Position Applications Due \pplication are being accepted through ErId,' tori Student ( opidinator in the Otice 'or Student judicial Affairs \pploants must be graduate students with i d commumti on a d organiZaion skills experiente In student discipline or working with police agencies, ability to cork ndependentl) and experience in ounselng students Responsibilities indude investigating incidents involving alleged student misconduct, chargIng students with alleged infractions o the Student conduct Code, explain student judicial process to students andassisting in selection of new members of the Student Conduct Committee Fm loyment is rom ib 5 through June 22 Salary is 57 50 per hour for a 20-hour work week Application forms are available in 124 figer Intervews for finalistswill be held next week For more information, contact Irene Stevens. assistant dean for student judicial affairs, 392-1261 Buckman Drive Construction Delayed Construction on Buckman Drive trom Union Road north to the Chem'sry Building parking lot has been delayed until Monday Ian 29 When construction begins, one lane will remain open for traffic However the Universty Police Department still encourages motorists to avoid the construction area and find alternate routes from University Avenue to Union Road For additional Information, contact Angie Tip ton, University Thlice Department, 392-1114 UF Marks With Phone UNIVI 'IV. I President Bryan: Transfer Calls. Appre Lunch. Indci ti critht 1Lopotti i ithe Long elibrJtol Xsstit Pean tor ,tu dent SericLs Mary Inn ,llAim,10 ,11l [ranster students are uk ih IIn important part of this university [his is our way, 'peakingonbehailf ofthe Campus liph'mats, of trying to acknowledge that as well is provide sormryactivitiesthat will tba l-, fate their transition Its list our %ciy of saying w'trot to our ne sf(tbators Special events planned inlude TODA' AND WFDNSEDAY-Transfer Welcome, Transfer Students! Dear Iransfer Students, I he first ever Transfer Appreciation Week is being held January 2226, 19u The university rcLognies and appreciates what an important part transfer students play in the ife ol our instutton.Tht Cam pus Diplomats and the transfer Activities Countil, in Lonjundton with the Otfite for Student Services, have planned a series of vents designed to facilitate yiu r transition to LIF I encLurage VOLu to participate fully in the week's activities 'Lake adt antage of the opp'oItnit ) to talk with tatulty and staff members, as well as other trajnrser students AWhile the Unjersity of FIorida is a large and sometimes over helmring place it IS also a community rL h in reSources designed it, maximUe your hint.es for success B' part ipating i I ransfer Appreciation Week, you will learn more about the peoPie and the ser-ts this university has to offer Onit' gain, weltone new Gatirs' 4 Co rdia lv Robert A Bryan Interim President Counseling Center Offers Students Weekly Small-Group Sessions I hi University Lounseling Center is orgainiing snall uwcunseling groups th is snnester for lull time UF students and their-pouses Counseling Center psychol gists wilt lead the weekly groups, conprised of approximately eight students each, and potential group members must interview with a groups leader to partic p ate To si n up for an interview or for additional information about the roups, contact the Counseling Center, 311 Little Hall, 392-1575 Topics to be discussed and group meetig times are as follows., FAMILY ISSUES-Mondays, 1 30 to 3 m Focuson how family-of-ora m probfems (alcoholic parents, parental divorce, loss and poor relationships with parents) affect current relationships and feelings about self For students who have identified faiily-of-ongun issues, TRANSITIONS-Mondays, 3 to 4 30 p.m Students having problems with transitions, including death of a loved one, divome, loss of relationship or other significant life changes MAKING PEACE WITH FOOD-Mondays, 1 45 to 3 p m Students who compulsively overeat to cope with emotional problems STRESS BUSTERS-Tuesdays, 1 45 to 3 p m Students who want to learn effective techniques and approaches for managing stress and anxiety Covers test anxiety, physical symptoms like headaches and ulcers, and social anxiety BULIMIA-Two oups Group 1 meets Tuesday, 3 to 4 p.m., Group 2 meets Wednesdays, 3 to 4 30 p.m For women obsessed with thinness and struggling with binge/purge eating behaviors Discusses underlying dynamics and coping strategies. MArH CONFIDENCE-uesdays, 3 it 5 p n For students who have done well in other courses, but have difficulties with mathematics or math-related courses Learn how to overcome anxiety, stress and "psychological blocks" ASSERTION/SELF-CONFIDEN CEWednesdays, 4 30 to 6 p m Students whose poor self-confidence prevents them Mnmm assertmng themselves in relationships or other areas of their lives DREAM GROUP-Wednesdays, 4 30 to 6 p m. Personal problem solving. Focus on personal growth through supportive experiential exercises, analysis of dreams and journal writing SUBSTANCE ABUSE-Thursdays, 3 to 4 30 P in Students who have questions about their use of alcohol or other substances explore their relationship to these substances RELATIONSHIPS-Thursdays, 4 30 to 6 p m Explores personal problems related to various kin dsof current intimate relationships and friendships GAY/LESBIAN SUPPORT-Thursdays, 3 30 to 5 p m Gay/Lesbian affirmative support group dealing with issues related to Ife style and relationships with family and significant others FAMILY OF ORIGIN-Thursdays, 5 to 6.30 p m. Provides structured activities geared toward understanding the nddul's conflicts in relation to his/her family of ongin ACOA-Tuesdays, 3 to 4 30 p m. Issues related to growing up in a family where one or both parents had problems with alcohol or drugs Interested students should call Cathy Owen, 392-1171, or Dave Suchman, 392-1575 The Univesity of Florida is an Equal OpportanityAffirmnative Action Iinsitutio -7 I hIu'I ie('k is iraiisei Appretkation tcek In the I I arripus irmd veral events art plaomnt d for tilt tirsIer t lbration honor Ig Iraster students -it penent UT I undergraduate' an transter students IrIter \pprei nation Week wi deviloped by the ( impus Diplomats and the Iranster utnitie ( ouncil (RA( ) as I welcoming elvbration for transfer stu dell s Ut mt'y onder transfer stu dentsa iwhlis Ultoultyand stl, and to make t transition to the Universty easier ciation Week Reception [ Lk-U p 'Adriimistraton tnie und airpu, L call transfer studenb, to find out how the fir4t kew weeksat Uihaw been and to lid p with any problems encountered WFDNESDAY"Unch On The Run A del-style lunch with administrator, and ktrmer transfer students m the Rertz Student Union Ballrm,ni 1130 a m to I30 p in IRIDAY--Receptton at the Orange and Brew in the Reit Union, 5 t 7 p iIn tlude, pizza, a movie, and refreshments with fellow transfer students plus door p rLea Comedian Jordan Brady will peritirm at 10 pm in the Orange and Brew T ickets for the comedy show arm S3 and ireavailableat the dooror from the 1I Union Program Council, 392-1655 CAMr PulU me TODAY SPRING CAREER EXPO, sponsored by Career Resource Center, 9 30 a in to 4 30 p in O'Connell Center ACID RAIN LECTURE, with environmental engineering professor Erc Allen discussing Acid Deposition to Rural Forest Ecosystems 12 50 pm ,-65 Reitz Union QUALITY OF LIFE TASK FORCE MEETING to discuss life at UF for Black and Hispanic students, 3 p in Division of Housing Conference Room, Museum Road and 13th St ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Sperm Transpor in Mammals," by Susan Suare, as ssita nt professor of physiological science in College of Vterinary Medicine 345 pmi 211 Bartramn Hall PLANT PATHOLOGY LECTURE, 'Moletular Analysis of Fungal Mitochondnal Linear Plasmids Suggests Close Relationship to Mobile Genetic Elements," by visiting professor Frank Kempken, 4 05 p m 2316 Fifield Hall "BURNING ISSUES," lecture by mechanical engmeeng graduate research professor Alex E S Green, 4 05 pm 320 Mil Hall FACULTY TRUMPET RECITAL with Joyce Davis and pianist Wanda Louie, 8.15 p m University Auditorium. WEDNESDAY BOTANY SEMINAR, "Proteins Assciated with Freezing Stress Tolerance," by Charles Guy, omametnl horticufture assistant professor, 4p in, 211 Bartram Hall FOREIGN STIDY INFO session about summer semester in Utrecht, The Netherlands, by David Colburn, associate dean and Utrecht pro ram academic advisor, 3 301 2014 lurlington Hall, WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLOQUIUM, with UF Women's Studies Program founder Irene Thompson, "From Seed to Bud to Bloom: Women's Studies at the University of Florji" 4 p in Brger King Meeting Room, 1542 W. Univenity Ave FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE lecture by James Randi, author and Ph D. in physics a k a "The Amazing Rand," discussing "Science and the Paranormal," 8 p m, McCarty Auditorium. HUMANITIES LECTURE by UF Enhish professor Melvyn New, "Jonathan Swift, Thomas Mann, and the Irony of Ideology" 8 Pam Thomas Center, 302 N E. 6th Ave. FACULTY RECITAL with UF cellist John White and FSU piano professor Carolyn Bdger 8-15 p.m University Auditortnm GADR SAIL CLUB spring kickoff meeting, &30 p n LB05 Turfington Hall.

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I I I Av IANI iARY 2 1f1U AllI(.ALOR i Clinic open house marks Ro By ANITA McDiVITT Alligator Writer The Gainesville Women's Health Center and the National Organizaton forWomen celebrated the 17th anniver sarly of the Supreme Court's Roe us Wade ruling with an open house Monday night. Members of NOW and the clinic staff guided visitors through the building "We just flung the doors open, GWHC director Donna Brunell said. "We have nothing to hide But anti-abortionists disagree. 'Women are unprotected from the abortion industry," said Amy WetbornVining. member of the Gainesville Right to Life board of directors. .And I hate to think that we are a society that leaves helpless, unborn Innocents unprotected," Welborn-Wining said. Women's clinics have come under intense scrutiny since state Health and Women's clinics have come under intense scrutiny since state Health and Rehabilitative Services shut down several clinics in Miami. Rehabilitative Services shut down seo eral clinics in Miami. An HRS investigation discovered that several clinics were operating without a state license and under unsanitary conditions. I The Florida Legislature voted down bills that would have regulated abortion clinics during the special session called e anniversary by (Gv Bob Martine/ iii ( ht r Brunchl said publu kirfiderece in women clincs his dl but that the open house should "reassure the women of Gainesville that the clinic is safe" "Obviously, something want working in Miami," she said 'There was a lot of finger pointing, at H RS and even the (state) Insurance Commissioner 1I'm not sure whether or not (HRS) would know what good standards are, because they're not out in the field Regulation of clinics in Gainesville is different than in other, more metropolitan areas of Florida, said Erica Merchant, secretary of Campus NOW. "Gainesville is a small town, Met chant said. "All three clinics are excellent If something were wrong, we would learn about it and do somethmg Startagreat day in the morning with Ktl's Sunriseri It's real country sausage, egg and Wisconsin cheese o n a light MnntaI hin There's no better lunch (or snack, or dinner) than Krystals by the bu They're hot, fresh and irresistible! nch. DlefintIy difkeren. With these coupons you can save money morning, noon & night time, too. Saw on the Krystal Sunrise? at breakdast-time and on the Krystal, anytmg! mmmmmm mmmmm mm agmmmmmA-. A *flli -ippewoup -Get 2 "rsa Sunrisers' for $1.09 WaeuNad county inchee on a Nit I Defalk*l "ne w,-i, gusa --0nw~ ~n. pm-a. 81Get 10 Krystals for $2.99 The irrsistible hot and frsh Kiwbil .nothing looks like it, nothing bea like ft. ee FRUSTRATED? .In Your Career Search. -Job Search Planning -interview Coaching -Resume Development -Interest Assessment LG. Gramling Career Marketing Consultant 377-8707 4001 Newberry Road Suite E-11 (ENi An Eirsonsin Agree mei Year, a"v Your Valentine A PANTY-GRAMW Sexy panties con/en knsso, 'ose cald -Ro8ed and maned -t anyw frile L S A s14.95 The French Addiction 819W Univ Ave 373-664211 wan 6 HAIR AFFAIR SFirst rime Wash -Wear$I I Perm Special 2 h(Lg aiot a Ia coupon) We Do Sculptured Nails WET CUTS $6! 0fl Z 2 I s i OPE *** Become a UF Ambassador *** Florida Cicerones/Student Alumni Association announces RUSH 1990 Informational forum on Thurs Jan 25 7pm at the Alumni Association Appications available now -deadline Jan 30 4pm Alumni Association HEALTH INSURANCE Student Government HEALTH INSURANCE? Before you buy look at this BETTER PLAN! BETTER COVERAGE! 25 times the benefits, no schedules or unreasonable exclusions/limits. GREAT CLAIM SERVICE. AFFORDABLE PRICES! Call Mr Fiedler at P.M I. Insurance Consultants 373-1927 or 373-1259 eves. Reporter to discuss prize-winning series An iivesiIgative reporter lho ]h y(ai sihartd uhe Iljournalism schi ls loilth ainuiil loseph I [tre chner I eedeam ol rlorimaon Awdrd will dls cuss his award-wimiing svres Ioday al lit' Brown Bag Luncheon Benjamin WeLser, who togellher with Ilso Walsh discovered that judges in the Washington, D( area routinely seal public court files, will speak luesday at noon in 3032 Weimer Hall Weiser and Walsh reported in 7he Washington Post series "Public Courts, Private Justice," that parties involved in law suits often avoid public disclosure of potentially damaging information by con vancing judges to shield it from the public Tieir series helped reopen congressional commtee investigations into the practice -ELAINE B. FLORO 0 Krystid bun K fallmmmmmlemmmmm mm==

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III ISDAY, JANUARY 119. ALLIVATTR. I REQUIREMENT from page 1 *empt from taking a foreign lan 4tiage santa Fe Community College ,Indent KenaSchulerwill be ready oiransferto UFnext fall semester, out because of the new law, Nhv sand she'llhaveto stayhere longer than she can afford to Schuler, who wants to be admit ted to UPs occupational therapy program, planned to fimsh Lf two years But the added tore ign Ian guage classes will mean an extra year of school because of the program's heavy course schedule "It'll beanotheryear before I can graduate and make the money I rnted to Iurvive," sthuler said 'For me, with a child, i's fificul I needed summer to work I F Admissions Fre or Wi 'aam Kolb situated thai 100 peo pIe A, U ted this spring have no[ proc,(l they met I he rtq(Lirement l ouldn estimate how miJay woUld be similarly tte (d(] nxt tall, butl aid it probably would be Iulio a few Iloirida his 28 ,n emmLm1tyt 1 oeg il tod i h,19S78 adenue yex, 1.! 7 studerIs [raIsterred to ( I ''m fearful there may be I num Serot themespecially tII t Tialh prtessions, Kolb said 1-his ft Ike sylmpah zes with them" Mitchell said the IIBoard ol Re gents had to rewrite Is polty mi November to abide by sIate law Barbara Keener LI acarlen alfairs dean for(onuintv ollego relations, Iid to Regent to rw policy was nrtrwarvI Clonnth it old law was arnbu oul For a long time, they were amlivale aboul whin h way it Would go," Keener atd very lime We Would go to tommiiuIv eGllog,;. ley wild tIk us and w4C 'ouild be Imrrissed becast 4o wel iol lire IoW 0 iIerpir. I 1,i t oild in tlit'J hI hid Ito Ia qIII Ituiden[itswhat .etly SP I G6 BR section will act K 0 ft Cycle Shops Car Rentals Car Repairs Travel Agencies Hair Salons Pharmacies -Grocery Stores Clothing Stores -Sporting Good Stores -Photo Stores Specialty Baskets Music/Stereo Shops advertisements and relaxing or exciting articles pertaining to entertaining, places to visit within Florida. The guide to over 49,000 readers to plan their getaways. Don't be left behind -Advertise! Run Date: Tuesday, January 30, 1990 Ue U r -" ADVERTISING 376-4482 as a MYERS SERVICE CENTER Oil and fiter $1. Minor Tune Ups 4-cylinder $24.16 I 6-cy[inder $28.74 (sOmre rnodd, sli ghtl 4more ) IWE NOW SELL TIRES '411i 31361I -7:3046 ~ Superior TA-CM 372-7277 Rent a car from mr $69 "f Lowest Rates Guaranteed --* a--,.,,mPlat to AMouric. thl we oor. 561114 Joe" tho T"rI""n S l. Go. it It. At TAMP1121%4rat ST PETE BEACH 3100-504 ORLA)O 851-2277 O&ANQ HWY 435 m7m KISSIE 3tfll444 ST PETEJ~tR AIRPOSTrJ 54104G (litel Twinni) SARITAAIRPO R 355_414 (road Twrai) ACKSOVLLE 7414126 1 16 ) FT MYERS 76&22 Supor F, d is Qj Caro Nabofal TAn Free I (ot 374105 Cadsn Toill Fr I (M) So 0100 F "Gator Getaway" will feature garor WM

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By NiCOLE SNEED r ,irl \A Im (,riy [ie i I t i ,ri il X Nytim I ( t > ] lorbingion HIll ROOmT I k NJ .tough L.irl~h Dy Ni I unil \pril 22, idaltii(s %ill lpre'!! I rvsolu tI1 vI I,,'rtil#ii of Nacudells Affairs Art Ndli(lerI tomilog i to be niore environreally iware Neither Weriner. chairwomoan ti I earth Day 19yK, said he goal oIt lie evtn it iS edu air Guaranteed to dahlhr ( hailts (rapki sd he 1ir(pol l i tie b4gimini ofg in 01nv11ronm1011al lwarelwss thot I, Jong ,vrd e 1: 1 1 Pliiigs Ari siriliig 10 gel do1 just starting samI (rtpski, who has been, rimeber oI 'AC Ior foir year (,rapski said the resolution will help create an SG Environmental (oittrs tabnet that will deal with bills such as mandatory stdril itt yling But the cabiet's trami ionrn will be educating sltents about ITivirionlmental is The Back To School Regg Featuring America's #1 Reggae Michael E. Johns and the Iife or your money back. Sponsored by Grass Roots Promotions Siiideiii, are fiv, should be 'ying wh Nl" (rapski said '90 al is being "The more ol e tart saying what [lite 1, the tilre they an get lout,. I'AG mTrnmber Debbite loiasivt said Ih resolution is a way to iitrdcie Farth Day to iItts. aid i "Wll help to get stu dents thinking about thigs that perhaps i the pasi they weren't too concerned with Alter the resolution is presented, UF professor John Pahng will speak on corporate tonserva con W _-W --W Go To A Party. ae Bash Band I : y on t You We Wan I TONIGHT P 1/2 PRICE SPECIALS Dry Mounting Poster Frames CREAlIE WORKSHOP 909 W. Univ. 376-7204 SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION FOR ~FREE STUDENTS WHO NED MONEY FORCOLLEGE Every Student Is Eligiblh W Some rigp of Financial Aid RegardIess of Grad. or Parental Incove. We have a dila bank of oer 200000 listings of .chtoirthips, folshi k grants anm loains. nnting over $10 billion in forrho. .cet.a SeMany cholarshilp 1 given to students bedonthd, acadnIoveels, I carr, plans,oamily hefllg eand pne Mresidence ThIres monry naill"be jor students who yon beea nwpaper csr.m., groce .y |"s. ch*"'rl-a'. a l I CAL ForAFrySeochure0 I AYTIIE (a0o 346-6401 PROTECT YOURSELF There are ways to reduce the risk of HIV infection as well as health procedures to once HIV follow infection has been diagnosed. Don't be dangerously misinformed. Learn all you can about AIDS now. FOR MORE INFORMATION NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA AIDS (904) 372-4370 CALL: NETWORK Falling In Lo Feeling a mite light-headed? 4 Maybe you're headover heels Maybe your head's 4 in the clouds. Maybe you should just ignore 4 vour head and follow your heart to the & Alligator's Lovelines on Valentines Day. 1w-e 9 In addition to the usual classified Lovelines, I this year we're offering something special for those whose devotion mere words can't describe display ads you design' The ad wil appear in your Own writing! More borders avadable. Write, draw or stamp your message Be or creative! Your Sweetheart will love you for it Stop by the Alligator TODAYI 1 Ad 2n Ad DEADLINE: Wednesday. Feb. 7, 4:00 p.m. l0s w. Isieriy Ae. $14.00 $28.0O APPEARING: Wednesday, Feb. 14 issue Disply Advertising 37.4 SG EAG to preview Earth Day KILLER BEES Tonight at 9:30 at Central City, $5 change your q o l 11 1 lit O.K. Smarty. L M L

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I I I I I ANIAlfl 2 f I day, ai lJ idAO I BUY IT. SELL IT FIND IT. 373-FIND l Iligator lassifieds 0 Classifications 1 For Rent -Furnished 2 For RentUnfurnished 3 Mobile Homes For Rent/Sale 4 Sublease House/Apt. 5 Roommates 6 For Sale 7 Real Estate 8 Motorcycles 9 Autos 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 & Found J When will your ad run? Classifieds will begin TWO DAYS atler 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 tire Sorry but there can be no re funds for cancelled ads FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED New Turn 2br. 2ba condo wash/dry seu, ray locks pool tennis racquni ball $475rmo Call collect 407 876 4207 i 24 10 1 Rockwood Villas M/F wanted Own roomibath fully furnished, wash/dry $25Omo Cathy 335 9499 1 23 51 WALK TO UF1 Furnished Room, Share kit/bathe cetBC prefer 2 grad students $240 includes unilines' 378 8852 378 8122 1 30 10-1 Rockwood Villas 3bdr/3ba Ammi needed tor own fully turn bdr/ba in nice Condo All Oxrtincluded $225/mo Dan 336 9332 1-24 5 1 GEORGIA EAGLE HALL A male oor Shiks to UF Single Occ w/kItlaundry facil ties 1002 W Unv 376-9179 1 26-7 1 Need to sublet 2br apt in Homestead Imn mad'alely 1335/mo and no deposit down Call Cryslsi at 373-8019 1 25 8 2 Private Entrance BDR. F kitchen priv tegas moatuial, turn walk to UF 1740 NW 3rd p $160mo 372-2284 1 24 3 1 STUDENTS ONLY 2 Room Sludio Apt turn-partly furn $210 Inc all until 373-4593 Keep Trying 1 25 4 WANTED N/S/F or own roon in 3 bdr house, call 37086065 1 29-S I Own bed/bath in 2bad/bah furnished rnobile home Close to campus, Spring stj denim only $175 A 1/2 unlities 335 9975 1-26 4-1 j How to place a classified ad: In Person I"e Arii0 DIO e M F ''r t0 Im Il o "III i J a I .0C on~e cser s CC M Fri Amir Ott" Na': sr ('o Ca, 0y A c. SA aaI 1 p Sdlno 1 Jsun noon s pn Med Cal focasiore Shanas A F din 130,m By Mail UsC -a "s iPpL'C9 Ci ei Cor ''tAl'a ~s ~Ci~' V IC VreIA 0' SAT~ mo,2P re ,Cal o OsVOr, Shammy By Mall ~ reny By Phone 373-FIND P ty1r' at VISA MAs i I I I UN Y J Ve IllFur 'T r FA I ,~ i 1How to corrector cancel your ad: Cancellations CaF 371 -INDMon F 8 i P' No retunda can be given Alligator errors ('c 33) 'NI) L if M myr r ,r IH A, itFTOR > 4 -0 Y Pi ONS III F 1 I I rH IIc',1 I)/S 1I AD PUNS INLOPHi ll y NO 4 I 1 0 no i drr I 0 C'''i''y t I Customer The Aiig.tar There will be error or changes Ill 1*1 loIe a $200 aii lee A $2 0 Ali ctioo FOR RENT: FURN. Large 1 & 2 br apt neatly rShed no pets conveenn to UF & downIOwn $250 275 mo 376 5957 1 29 51 Urgent. lake over lease Remodeled condo across foro law school 374 9609 1 265 1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270 $280. 2 BOD $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Soc Plus LMR Pool, Laundry no cats or dods SaraFe Trace Aprs 378 1190 4 30 15 2 Oak Glade Apia Near UF & VA quiet washer/dryer avail able in mos units for $15 mo Cars Allowed 18-2B I A 2 Bath $250 $350 sec & Imr 372-8422 4-30 75 2 An irigton Square Apis for the serious student or professional next to the Hippo drome, Ibdr from $305 2bdr from $500. uptown living downtown 378 9682 1 31 17 2 Colonial Oaks 2bd,'1 1 2 be townhouse $32S wash/dry hook up dishwasher, close to UF 4221 A SW21 P1 378 3133 1 31 17-2 Block from UF Large Booms utilities paid, Cox Cable nice Call Greg 376 3291 $150 225tmo rent 1 28 1-2 WALK TO UFiII lbdr/2ba A Studios from $210 Very Nice, Must See Also Rmmts N.dedlfCollege Park PrOpAilIam 411 MW I5th S 371 0759 1-23 5 2 FOR RENT: UNFIsN. Bicycle Club Move. n Special soup 2an us 2 b;21a great roommate Hear plan groal amentieS CS1 lim d.ams 177-2220 SPACIOUS ONE OFOROOMAP[ OWI Y $7601O tCONS At 4000 SW 20TH AV 377-6797 FREE Rental finding Service A'i Ioorparns 'deos and more FAST car hela you tind That pertect place ro Gaor FRental F neers UF Plaza 9349 '352 nfo We I.ve 336 Si~aenr hIi 4 or 5 bedroOms 2 Gains big Yard krtClen and laundry fAc'ir'ep 737NE 8h Ave $/00nbm &1/00depos 378 0658 1 23 A ? INCREDIBLE Etlc ncya Apt Starling at $195 ' Bedroom Starling at $235 2 Bedroom CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 110 NW 39th Ave 3741398 175-3861 4 30 70 / '2 MONIH PFNI F -'04F $295 .ar'5Me add T'S 3P -410 30 10 1 3 or SBDR 2BA House By UF 20, NW 1010 S1 Wood tioors Cen Ht Air Car DD 1 Ofrce 4' NW 15h S1 37' 0769 I 23 S 2 One bedroom ia1 10 ublease avail an mediarely $I95 mo Call Poler or More dirh at 37? 8710 0edge Gave message 23 5 2 WINOMEADOWS APTS 1, 2 A 3 Bedroom Pool. Tennis, Ltunldry 2712 SW 34h St *** 373-3558 WILLIAMSBURG APTS AVAILABLE NOWIIP t. 2 TO A 3 Bdrms Pool, Laundry I Block to UFMsh.nds 2000 SW lh St *** 376-1253 tOUNT VEANON APTS 1 A 2 Bedrooms Pool/Loundry Close. to UF/Shands 2370 SW Archer Rd *** 372-5389 1 23 5-2 SUBLEASE BOR UNFURN APT Near Shands A VA $325 Per MO Ouirt Pool Call Barry 392 1655 day 336-1224 eves Feb 1 1 23 5 2 3bd/I 1/2 be townhouse in SW area $4 75/mo hr st last. and security Avaml Feb t prefer Tyr lease 332 4567 1 24 5 2 Apt for rent take over Jease I br Pierush Apis Will pay 1/2 deposit Ph 335319S leave ms 1 24 5 2 A spacious 2000 sq ft 3 or 4 bdr 2bs, pool house I 1/2 mi west of UF 2816 W Univ Ave $625/m Apst only 374 534r OF376 6183 1-25 5-2 WASHEOfRYER INCL 2 BEDROOMi2 BATH 3 BEOROOM'S BATH OXFORD MANOR 377-2776 FOR RENT: UNFURN. Ma',e N S ferit, own roon a no Js, F'oo' k'1rflt'n2 I' an'. f 5AS a 'lis Cal' 3'l FilO 1U6 6183 1 25 5 >bdrm 1 bilh hoa on q.e. r sr Fence yard par FOk Isl 'asI dep'lase NW CV I l 3 miles 10 UL $385 375 6145 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE 1964 Skyline 2bd/zba 14 60 Musl so, many darras $8500 obo I ocal 481 2130 or 192 71 8 ask for Susan + 2s 5 3 19/8 MOBILE Home tor sale '2 S S8 2bd'flba lenceo in yard wilh shed S aw eng $4500 nog 1/3 4202 Or 471 2926 afTel S 30 pm 2 2 10 3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Apr avail own Lakewood Vdlia dep free CIS Ir I ?%5i04 Landmara ?H I dishwasher $380 campus pets OK sage 1 29 5 4 bdr'ba nc wash I y $240 ro Jan Fi 373 4129 flk 'or LIVIA, '2BATHI1Iown nag very cule 0 338 1042 leave -10s Room for renl in 2bdr 204 in OXO'rd Manor $239 50/mo 1 2 u1 373 7'35 Ion mae into Need as soon as posse i tC Male 1 24 4 Suotea e poot view 33 5/84 aor UNF barbecue -' IA 4 2bd ?bl Canrmlo' I'epace $550 no People needed in suleasup 2I2 r I ir dyv're st',r, r g May Pier, 3'' 945 Anytime 1 23 3 4 SCC 2bdr apt unil April 90 $350 ma Suo l Negotiable Homes'ead Apr Ibbl' SW 34IhS1 335 5493 1 PaS 5 ibdriba large rooms carport wasp'dry connections $270/mo Come by J4' 1943 NE 16Ti way G villo ph 318 1984 1 26 5 4 Sublet I bd Im rew care rel'g unur as ed $225 g 2801 a Fu'shea $285 (rag 331 a pro 2nd ILoor oh 375 3305 1 26 5 4 Subie garage apt pbdre behind Norman Hall ured, May path $300/mM 1021 SW 1th Ave Call 377 5881 or 371 34?5 25 3 4 5 ROOMMATES Amml Wanted large muIto 2 fireplaces cCI Ing fans pool kitchen own bath oak floors S160/ma Call JePf 371 1909 1 23 10 5 Newly Furnished Townhouse chose 1o OF F for own be in ig bdr washdy cable, pool $200/are 10 share or $300/mo for own room 336 0036 1 25 10 5 ROOMMATE WANTED NS MAF $200/mr 1F2 ut $200 sec Large nice & neal apt 2bdrm 2 112 bath Call Tom 332 3248 1 25 10-5 In The Pines F rmmt diaer Own bdr in 3bdr/2 1/2 be Townhouse $200'mo A IA uoil 371-1833 1 23-5 5 MARCHWOOD M/F own turn master bed room $225/mo 13 uil Albe 335 3834 1 23 5 5 Need I and or 2 N/S M to share 2br 2ea house Fully fornIshed close to UF $415/mo John 335 1283 1 23 5 5 BRANDYWINE Far own rn wiwIr bd fully furn 2bdr/ilba apt Many atras $210/mo .1/3 out Near UF 373 0024 24 5 F to share completly furnished be townhouse in SW areas $225/mo + 112 otil 335-S6273 2bdr/1 ,tQ wash/dr, 1 24 5-5 ROOMMATES oomai e wri'&d 10 S h r, I I 9Wn loomN 110iks 1i I rI n .oi1 -0 O t very cal IIy1 's 18 M IN'S ow pd' 0 1n Ioc,,ood V is ''i, ,Tly hr Waller IyorS l '4 9891 2145 A lockwood V Ia M N'S to S0 h li, r' s hd' It or hrer $'1s~rr NO 'or-. Day 3/j Sanl 1 ?3 ROCKWOOD VIL I AS M F N S 3bdr. 30,n own room and bath $225/mo ''3 u, Call 335 9' 30 13 4 5 Studious MN S needed for LOUSE 'Own dm $140 mo .1 3 up 2 r,Ils 10 U F Q'"It NW aea -a, Cl 3,1 0IT ,,3 [F I P I need a lun .r e,d V fem a N S Fc''I O,inod Marlor ApI Owl bar 0,1 Avail NOW' 3t7 8034 1 24 55 f N'S for own masIrbdr'h KHl AT iai 'e UF fir'" r .g Ca I F 1"r rA s5 dryh q, a m I lI R I rt~ ?es 1 2P P Hoom to' ont $1'S1 1 1 11 Fi. 10'' ipPecAss prsOn prelerii I'll fock Vilas Safe and convenn! g nor'ood 332 2350 1 74 3 5 VISCAYA 2 M F Err1s needed a'e' ,Dor ,On bedroom shr bIn 1r, $150 mO I a 3 Fi as Call Scol 3/8 1266h nP Folie I, esg 1 25 5 5 Oiorook 'Walk 'r mrr oIFr'V n >ba condo W w ohd 0 L)ar IV Vrc $00 mo A<,' C -. 13 191,1 1 25 5 s NW HOUSt 3 1 I NS I'i I I I h Ar scroln porch 4 I,, a I';r 'm0011 unfurn SiS "'0 1 3 No po, 3/8 6499 2 1 10 5 RAMT needed Io spac'3q I ib, r B TV cir Club Apis trip p 1s 2 l 35 S445 1 25 5 5 Female to share Iureasred 3 A nouse A C and heat fireplace Close r campus rum dopping $185 ro dus 1 3 u'ill' es 336 563S 5' 23 4 5 SPYGLASS One rmrt needed Private bd''ba in 3bdr wash/dryer $242 rncs .113 otfl Heidi or irna 335 11 74 1 save mes sage 1 265S MASTER BEDROOM $149 own barn pr vale entrance phone and cable nyok up room M or F Cb'/apl CALL CALL 371 90,9 2655 I pay 2 leases' F Io, house or Apt $1301mo wll 11ego Cheap' 2 bia to U wastdry big' Hardwood floors 373 5658 3/S 1655 1 24 3 5 Williamsburg Village F rrm1 for lown house $240/mo I? LII Med stud Call alrl. Sp 336 4257 or Joanna het 5D 376 1253 1 25 4 5 JAN F REE Brandywino F NIS needed to share a master bdrm i rnished 2bd/2ba only $13.7/mo 1/4 uti'ties Call335 9846 1 26 5 5 Enviromentally aware a! ns rooms:. wanted I block 10 UF 1920 a house hrd wood IIr sbah 110 .15 util call 373 9145 1 26 5 5 Room avail MF in 30d/20 house near Polol Private or share bath rent nog F 113 ui Call Jo. Or Basso at 374 8820 Own bdriba F, 12 util & $215/mo many extras Regency Oaks, Call Amy 3727627 1 29 5 5 F rmmt n/ upper or grad 1o share 2bdr/yba apt S175/mo & 1/2 LTil, walking d'slance TO campus 377 4244 1 26 4 5 Clasalfled. Continued on next page amm VISA

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ROOMMATES I 'ITAli WANtlii I. ' ,I ' A ,fV' 1 S ,'AN 101)A i HI ONI I A' L If 'I II IF 1 0 IF 1 5 Fi 5 4 I NO A13OITi I Y S'I' A PONii T IF I' '1 14 5 l F A I I DL, py onw I or+ Our go q I l I l I ,, b i dyi ,r J, e| WI) CR s c N (I $ Al SPA 'I iN'r 1) Ni i n4 l S o k I e i 4 loo 1 i I l NO I Or 1 Ae I Sr AV Iu 'I* ri' 10 0 4 1 -, + Wfr Ago 1 1 4 AT0 I I TO 19 1 f a W c'L, M F I r I I -dr ^ 'r I t d w I' n1 s r So n S ar v -I I u 3 'o de 1l 2r T 11 6 FOR SALE BRAND NAME COMPUTERS As o as $25 mono $ 0owrr R ui Aope Aye, 50 001 I& 0 'C'S 1600 4' 7s srFI AU'" 5'r0 To y iIso 0 r D'arid, rewa. t orr Nrt t Oc ,or Ia ,ry, SCI I.sS of'S NW' i F '00 30 in 6 CARSTEAEO SPECIALISTS is the old *s( best and awit pr cad car stared sore In town 372-2070 2201 NW 13 SI 130 $ Rocktord Fosgate Yamaha Pionee, Inflnity Kicker Code Alarm The Bes Car Silrno installers in lown Car Ste re Co 00 375 1634 1 i t RUG'g ANI) I APin I A" r S '0 yi r g' l i' 1. Is f1 if '1 SW I A j I S IFo o s r , A I CAR At ARMS 'ns'a. ed rr.o e corlro try Car irug or var V quiranr ,Id w demo Cali 3P6 9193 st'de' lv message 2 21 34 o C1 E ARANCF SALE rany .[ell', to choose rm Jewelry tO s I arnMe's VCR ac es Jowelry & [O, Paw'', shop Sale is on till every hoSg gore 1 25 10 FOR SALE 'i k 0 Iprd to11 Fir e s ,Pls It1 '1 $/AT 'w I rhi S d r an.1.9d Trhme$l'Ji) <'F e f" '. i gei '$100 3 1.'4%/ r '1 5 o ,IJIF RCAI Nitr A I 0 ' kCylleri on or S rF O Sh 1 > 1 Sb A ',h k l r dti'r 'l .nq Iroe i'isrIy t ,o d Irido, sh'2t 5 r Mast see $1,19 rbn 1ai Ph I it 395 908? i 4 1 NV por' bie compact S lrOCk l SiAt 0 anspor' M'cheie Il 'age 23 36 b0 ilayor Can 1 3dS 'or easy 2001140e mbe ars I0 sre gdr IF Dm Je hi hatS Mut S I 'akr l'r'I Jsk rg $250 Ca'l (f 3) S 96 n 20 5 N IF C Ranrow WP Prilner DB SS F rircral CPM 86 MSDOS $625 33 550? 332 6502 1 23 3 6 Fiertric rypewrters IBM Se'ocric wrde carnage Oa'I element $150 Smith Car Ca 8000 w a carr age o'f Ce model $100 Botm like new cond 3/3 3135 1 ?5 5 6 8 spd Yokotatouring bikerear y newAll Snimano hArls Incldes rack warer hot A pp o clIPs itna Re seat $400 II 9358 1 25 5 6 WORD PERFECT 5 1 I1 estr'ease from Fl' -f 0 ,0' Sys'prsI$3 #335 300 PC-3 LAPTOP o, c ass roles $230 rrh I ie MSSS 1300 PRINTER ison t'Ouary Porn t I E305 M35 1o00 ,K Who %X I, eF Colnd Al oi al tar r 101s' 'OK 3 l dil, iML arrm o or 1r.' o p -' r over $/00 n sofilwae ,' II $1O to 31 3' 1 16 5 a> Floctr c OuilarS KranmOe locus 2000 Ibanez Arise each with hard she'i cases $250 each firm' Call 335 4302 1 26 S BEDS BEDS BEDS Dressers Crest Bookcases Sofas TV cals Entera nment centers and more at Ihe lowest Aces inCa'nesvll 371 1422 Dimas Dscour' '421 NE 8 Ave 2 2 16 6 FOR SALE MIC O CF NTf I? C Op l S' 10 F r' or 1 0 1o1 Con pA 'd A No.it g.1 [I P I', rram IS o, I I I *If.,' r y Ly.IiS,% ns 0 I,' i At Td n 10 -TIA)rs Cranim; oron to' ML, '86' $1 r1 9 k r i i $1295 MC 386x $t49 NorlgeI. 181 no $23y9 PB 286 laplop w $ & hatter S 199 CompuAldd 110 a notion gr ,0 S al 0 $9/0 '& 3yed WIIr'rii Cosite warranties Panasoit I1>C olrner $18S HP [Ilser Jet lip $1049 1r10 SWaith S. 308 WaU1I Ale COMPUTER Packard Rell 286 12nh; 40mb hard drive 5 25' 1 2 floppy 3 5 44 floppy lmb ram vga h. rs color monitor, yr warr, 4 ths on site $1849 Ca' 33 1200 2 20 14 6 Ca, Alarms, Aulopag., Chapman Home and Car Stero Pioneer, Sansu. Sher. wood, and mr,. We Beat Acl Prrces' 373-3754 4 30 69 6 I'acricaly new 3 1 2 cubic too, otrigvra tor to be sold $1?0 negotrab P John 333 1283 1 23 5 6 WATERBED quCer size with booksne.i headboard A healer $100 assembled & delivered Call 591 2932 anytime eave message 1 23 5 6 Magnavox TV and shared Beas ore, Cal' 31' 8392 all and pm Leave Mnssbon A good bargair Must Sell 1 23 5 6 Packard Bell Compuer Ath monitor and Of data printer includes Art Dos ano word processor software $1400 obo 37S 6082 1 301086 IIn F-OR ALL S xseedns' If Fod n $220 obo, martresses $15 each chara $1 5 each weights and werghlbench $45 ooo it interested Cal' 136 0298b 1 24 2 6 FOR SALE IBM XI 51K rali oppy color conilOr I 0 prrr odem des orograms1 FAA1,o t As, r $1100 395 8 97 I ,5 Ca Slerco speaks for sale Dg0a 24 sTraion proaset, 0n r00w Pioneer speAi ors Paid $250 Asking $ 130 395 1/9/ I as VA con Purse Brand now Was a I It Must sell, BeST fter 373 3351 Leave nres sage at beep 1 23 46 EUGE f 1 2spd Ians road bike Excel lenr condition $T5 or best ofler Call J36 8491 1 25 4 6 MOPED FOR SALE ,n excellent cond' on JAWA $285 Bikes & More 2133 NW eths 3/36574 12436 Oeen Warerbed headboard w mirror head I nn mattress pdd sheers pad ded rails de'ller9 A set up $199 Ferron, 335 0/8 1 26 5 6 Canon F I camera IfAE Motor dr of FN Sfps 3 onses Canon 199A speedle sitk ,rMpod filters, bag $800 obo Call Hays 33, 9062 1 24 3 6 * Liquidation * For Sale * King size waterbed $150 t vrngrr set 0-rigrm r set Ed tables Iamps All Ceat Conl Gall Rob 376 296J 1 24 2 6 fWINBED FOR SALE $75 Call Leslie 335 9455 1 25 3 6 KFNMORE F RIDcE approx 2 cubic feel Cheap' ($751 Will Oclrve 336 091 Leave Message 1 24 2 6 10 SPotb'ke very gond conl $50 pots Pals & dishes $30 both nog MLSr SFi Ca '3/1 489 1 26 A S MarshalT I00 WattGuItar Am0 and a I 12 cabinet channel swiNching effects oop and ootpedal both for $92S obo 377 5795 1 23 5 6 WAL l ON? 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AUTOS 985 Chevy Spectrum auto arc venwood Stereo, excell cand oiler or Possible trade 335 5296 Main Booktkore, Hub Customer Service Desk Medical Bookstore, Sharnds Rot Union, Cashier's Olice Room 118 M F M -F M-F AUTOS oil pro $7900 23M 5 9 ii DASHER $960 73 000 rI. 4 dr auto A C, brown Clean Good trans New bar tory Call 371 0829 wknds A hTs rill 9pm 1 23 5 9 a' Hyundai Elcl DxcllInt cord AC ,11 inf Cost lOW miles Take over payments or $47?00 335 4 184 1 245 9 P Dd EscorT 1983 2 door Good condition $1500 o00 call 336 6470 alter 5 30 0 m 1 24 5 9 ,900 Pontiac Phonla grey 5 door amrtm Tereo many new parts $900 33/ 35s buave message 24 5 9 Toyota Supra 86 1D2 perfect condilion Lilly mainlained low mileage automatic loaded $11300 oo Cal 332 7307 or 376 ?324 1 24 59 88 Ford Ranger cIt blk 25 000 mi 5 Spd spr tp dk 86 Samurai lop & Tres new 31 000 m sitr Tp bk blue Day 372 4131 Alter pn 372 0472 1 25 S 9 80 SUZUKI SAMURAI 5 SPo CONV 4 WO 17K mi EXC COND $5 300 080 481 9358 eves weekends 125 5 9 I3 Rnaull Hatchback 5 spO m cost ieatherodlx nt blk convrt lop $150 0 Rest oiler 375 3030 LV msg 1 ?6 6 9 Toyota COrO B'80 4 speed ac AMi r New iront tires, generator brakes Mile age 103000 $1300 or ITs' oler 336 3977 1 24 4 0 84 Nssan 100 i, T'jrbo silver It, ly loaded every opon learner nr Mal dast, great corid Yk miss $200 o" 335 0191 Karl 1 26 4 9 75 MUSTANG I Great Ivanspolrtion $650 OBO Call 371 1165 l leave Mssg 1 26 4 9 ConY 84 VW Rabbit black 80000 m' sporty Ro cl tend $6600 non call Four 335 5498 ev. 1 30B Camaro 84 V6 aukie PW Pfl PS AC r.t am lrn A last clean car n superb cond Must sell Asking $3668 pbo 336 613? e'e 1 26 5 9 10 WANTED Local Arlisl needs GOLD Gems Class Eings ETC Top $ or trade Oue s Jewelry 373 9243 4130 75 10 WANTFD Model around S'2 126 Lb 0r photographing with car Will payl Call 375 8710 manton case no 90001 1 26 5 '0 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at 1 75 & NW 3911 Ave nea Oaks Mail area, 5X51010x20 from $20 10% disc to students 332 8917 4 30 '5 11 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional Movngiack.ng d Supplies 1 lem House lull LoCabLng disi L'c Ins Priced Got Students' Mariy 37S MOVE 4 30 /s I 8 am 4 pm S am -4 pm 8 an -9 p Sat Noon -9 pm Sun Noon -5 pm Please use this form to place AIligator Classifieds Please Follow these IS instrucdors exactly B carmiul to Include everything you wish to say Request for changes alter th. ad has been ordered must be considered a MW adwrtsement. 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ZODIAC 466 3323 1 26 5 14 15 PERSONALS LAOIE9 MAKE MONEY wo auy a sol good used ClothingA CA I Second AC! 373 852 4 ad3 r .aneCarrera/Ray BanGalor Great prices reg or rx sunglasses The Otical Laboratory 376 5563 61a SW 4 Ave I 01oCk from Ala Con 4 30 /5 15 Natural Foods and Vitamins Brienslock Sandars Sunflower Hearin Foods 87 SW 34'h Si 3/2 7492 4 30 7s 15 PREGDNAeNT n Drt guess Get immediate test results from a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 4 30-AS 15 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL yGel special sudet discounts on elar'ms and all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 4 30-75 15 Look Your Beat Everyday' Call Katie a, Omega Eiecrolysis Inc for into about the PERMANENT removal o, unwanted local & body a"air 374 4307 4-30 1515 $STUDENTS GET CASH$ For Quaiity Used Clohng Call Sandy 372 1226 211 W Univ Ave near to Con tral Cily 4 30 75 15 Jamaica Jan $199 3 Nles *319 7 Nles Hotel/A ir Anyme Ochos or NegV Doro ter Travel Professionals 904 377 1600 1 25-10 15 MARDI GRAS Come party with us at the world s Farget parly' 2,22-25'90 ART bus 2 nights hotel party pass, taxes $I19/person based on quad occ Breakaway Tours 377 6369 1 *AXS EMIL 16 KSMALt 1,INMW81 IROA A) *AKB&6 EAST 8818 SOts4 a 5 i a so. tell AN nmans ~ra 46 (s Ie$efM4 I aa o PERSONALS i y Learn from your dreams' New wideo/discuselon Wed ./24, Burger King Mlg Rn, 1542 W 1504 '2743 S1 Eck 7 3 Uni ankor 0 pm, v 378RUSSELL SWEATS in twenty colors on sale ow' Bas pas & Ops Sr 2 Beaoo Ganeviiies 5 muost complete selector Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13th SI 3/2 7836 t 26 5 15 30% off mos efns rackets 84 U buy or even ma't order come to EZ Tenns U must save wt1 us' 34'h St Plaza 372 ?257 1 26-515 All racquelball rackets 30% olf' When ol ers go low El Tennis will go lower G Ae us a try, 34 Street Plaza 312 2251 1 26 5 15 Terimf swear iarts 40% off all ( shrs 30% oft & more great savings at T Ten reis For quality products seroe low prces 1 26 5 15 SALE 25% off on most shoes Lots 0 choose fromI B 4 U buy compare or ces around town A see why Our name is Ea Tennis 1 26 5 15 Tennis bails now $1 m tmn? cast Le get 1990 rolling at EZ Tenn s our goal 's to sell lower than anyone Check U' Ou' 1 26 5 IS There s sill time to look great tor Career Expo Call the Retz Union Barber Shop dl 392 ord lor an appOitmene today' Sb-ama ANE WEST '-----0A1"1 MMnlON TH IU PF MY (1 1 00. 4 15 0 $2 50). 715 10 15 SuEe MACSms (PK) 130 1445S2 S) ,730 1030 ALWAs (PK) 145 (5 15 0 62 50), 7 45 10 30 rtin (Pt-I) 1 00 330, (S 45 52 50)0 00 10 15 PERSONALS I yK \' ,kyd v willh the Wils'on hayrI V ,> /9/0 1 30 is Is SPRING BREAK Rarmas 3nt $189 fJarma Ca 3r $ P04 Key West lnt $139 E aira cos av.' 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,A I I(.A11Mi : \N I .I Un liT 199 Get to the 4 of our Readership Because of the ever-popular Love-Lines, the Valentine's Edition is one of the most highly read editions of the year. The display advertisements within this section must be Valentine related. Coming: February 14, 1990 Ad Deadline: Wednesday A W70 eT

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1I % rAY. IANUAR' 21, 1 A tLL.A l)R, 110 HAppy Hour 4pm l pno 99C Drinks $295 60o pitchers 1702 W Univ (2nd toor-UF Pla) 3744M6 -------OFF OFF | Daily Lunch Special L -----zAM a "'cs 10t & GALLERY Get those POSTERS MOUNTED! only $9.50 for a 32" X 40" $8.50 for a 26" X 36" ULJSTOA FRAHG $7.50 F NE AMI NEEDLEWri S G ( for a 24 ao Lynn, Ma o 3l5-BNW'131 AN ESVILE F 904) 3774" X 30" r Chris POSTERS PP T S GATORS from oage 20 r title But this squad, which stands at 6-7 overall and 2-4 in the SEC. might have problems accomplishing the feat again I think anything's possible. but right now we're really trying to develop a team concept," Garcia said "I think it is going to take a Tq2, little bit of ie but hopefully we can focus are haughts on trying to win some games and not the offheouit soap opera lut the soap opera has affected the team, a team once loaded with great talent including suspended center Dwayne &shntzuds and forward I vingsion Chatman who is taking an indefinite hiatus from the team 'You know you have one of the best post players I the nation (Schntzous) and he's not out there with you, Garcia said "You have one of the best small forwards in the nation (Chatman), he's not out there with you. pride in every game to stay positive r We re trying -------~1* -II I ALL-U-CAN-EAT I I PIZZA 8I I PASTA BAR ONLY $3.99 Mon-Fri 11:00 -3:00 .373-61 6 NW 13th StI m m ----F!l The Student Health Oireach Team (S.H.OT.) Is an organotion designed to represent student needs In healh core to Student Health Service, the Infirmory. It Is open to of sMudents oumajon and currently has chalpison positions Ovollaote Including Grgght ~ as bakI. Maiithig and Cl Ha CM anoteasmars A New Member Reception will be hold Tued. ,January 23 Reitz Union 7:00 prn L .,. ..a -.aa-o ketball team Including the players At thispoint last year.the Gators were 8-9 overall and 2-4 in the Southeastern Conference before an I I-game winning streak in the conference gave UF its first league It really hurts b also you have [heability to gc oiu there and really win big,and you're ont here siruggling and Losng b hlireally hard ()n us "I wonder it people really know how hard i is out there for uN -ogan said the tean does feel the effects of the off court probl lems, as much as hey try nI o "We are all trying to falus on our jobs and doing the best we (an," Hogan said "It's been tough for us But we go out and play with price pool 4p1 mpin Everyday n Puil c Prp0LW Still Openings For Non-Credit Athletic Improvement Class Open to all UF students Physical examinations required for participation Organizational meeting January 24, 0pm South End Zone Meeting Room, Football Stadium For further information call 375-4683 Ext. 4994 for missm WarmSnit c1l 392-1161 ext. 283 's Stfinal 2027si CAii

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SPORTS Keeping the rumor mill 0 aturnin' J1/ dav v tiu flJ P1 u don sa And so [his NCAA mvestigitor sy ot! it record that Ite G;trs are eI ng I> get rhe )1 hi there' lust putting e i t tor ti the rI l, keeping abreatst tI h latest I iV gossip (Ol [he sports world It's a teal tough rask. you know, keeping Ias I from fiction around hese precincts annore Dlat's how nasty hearsay and ittleaItrli gtts started L ef fason IDas L EFT FIELD You hear a lot of things -some true, some ot -and sou have to make tip your own maid .ihout their valdity For example. just take a ook ot the latest grist for he ruiour flit N New (Gatrs ioftball coach Steve spurrier was seen recently walking on top if Lake Alice, turning the wtter to wine Reporedly, he res irrt'L fori al Iruni tirut he d'.ii lt toiho rs ltr H I lit nI N baskm'tloll te. n, before evenr It,] It, T111111t lAr( a|Etithlloour ( III! chai Wt' re l)e tt li intt'I -or ait, s lois lilil E X\'l't 'otrlr I 1 t'nonlball iatll ( irt 01neil "o, Ile .lo)i Nulnok'I)'n et lit Is l'l[M lwrei 'itI It i' W1K 1 w o n ') o, \t 4 1 0 1 s !or it 5l(Ii(11' i.11 Ti ls I t' 11 nI. ', Iy r g Ili' Ipti. l~t it [ I t (:amiHs1'1 1 A las o)'gin ist'*lgohiig thit' I I gult i1i sI mnou t'thnn'g illiil oadtd ol hmlls I)Atnt" St hl' i'l/l ,o{iciri iiietTi hi' ii 1., of 11.1 '~11 hc i t ll, 'f/ct'illi 0tss', ', r Alht li eT Is ad ', Ili IT ngnt ( It i [faill will Two moen, both n.itl Vin and wielding balpxen hammers, kindly asked Ben Hill Griffin Jr to make that $10 midnt donation to IT In the resignation speech of U President Robert Bryan, who will step down li March, is the sentence "Did we really name that thing Ben Hill Gri fin Stadium at Florida Field' S Rich guy Alfred McKethan, who donated a huge wad of dough to refurbish the baseball stadium, is scheduled io buy [dea [litl Griffin Stadium at Florda Field and rename it "Alfred McKethan Stadium, formerly Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, at Florida Field -not to be confused with the baseball stadium of the same name U An even richer guy, Scott Linder, who has "Scott Linder Stadium at the Varsity Tennis Courts" among his possessions, will spearhead a hostile takeover of both Griffin and McKethan Once Florida Field is resurfaced with nat<,ural grass, athletic officials will hold the Mon ster Trucks of the Midway" tractor pull in an effort to generate quick cash to pay for the proposed stadium expansion. E Mick Hubert. the radio voice of the Gators, was accidentally heard doing a sound-check on WRUF-AM, saying over and over again. "Natro burning funny cars and top-fuel eliminators." Late Miami Dolphins owner Joe Robbie's final words were, "Tell Bill Arnsparger I want him back on the staff here." Soccer will become a sanctioned sport at UF. (Yeah, righ.) t. U Vernon Maxwell still has one more year of eligibility. So does Rodney Brewer. Carter injur By DAN STIFFLER ~Ilitaicr Staft Writtr W ii11 he i e nt lormiul ii tihe lift, t he 'l' hiskehall eam, Ihe tam suffered vet aot her blow Mondav srirtong pomit gara: It I I cler ra lured hs lett jin .i pratiee and was evaluatdI later that right ro determine hi ,.lus lor Wednesday's night game again Varderbl i We were fin a simple drill, playing one on int ( ach Don DeVel said 'DoubleMissouri climb NEWYORK --The Missouri Tigers, among the few ranked teams to escape the weekend unscathed, shot to the top of the college basketball ratings Monday in voting by the United Press International Board of Coaches Missoun, which defeated previously top. ranked Kansas, received 37 of 42 possible first-place votes and was the overwhelming choice of the coaches with 623 points The Tigers were the only team among the top seven that did not lose Saturday. The collapse of the other six teams caused the biggest upheaval in the Top 20 this season. UF (6-7) received no votes No. 2 Kansas and No. 3 Georgetown each dropped a place during a week that removed all undefeated teams from Division I Kansas did receive one first-place vote and Georgetown two. No. 10Syracuse, which tumbled five places, collected the other first-place vote. No. 4 Louisville soared six places this week, while No. 5 Nevada-las Vegas climbed four ed; players I) (lwi.vne Dvol Was [laying (itcI't onl him. Is I find( t I.FIldu 'to hLljsjeft to 1 s 114 hand as he was art it king ihe basketball lThe posSible loss (F Carter and his call CoTIrF will .dfect he teram when 1> pliys against irjttsire ittnIes Ihe (,ors then would have t, look Jor Scutt Sewart and Brran Hogan to take over at the torn B j is an outstanding point guard and a floor general shooting guard Rtnaldo Garta sad "Scott Stewart played well at s to top of poll spots, No 6 Oklahoma slipped t ree rungs after losing twice No. 7 Duke and No 8 Michigan exchanged places from last week, while No 9 Arkansas improved four positions Illinois tumbled six places to suffer the biggest dropofthe ranked teams Connecticut, one of three new teams to crack the Top 20, produced the biggest surpnses of the week The Huskies knocked off Syracuse and Georgetown to for the first time this season Big East giants join the rankings Oregon State and Alabama, two teams previrously ranked this season, also joined the Top 20. UCLA, Xavier of Ohio and Michigan State dropped out of the rankings. The Big East and Big Ten each placed four teams in the Top 20, while the Big Eight had three in the Top 10 This week's top games are slated for Super Bowl Sunday, when Georgia Tech travels to Duke and UNLV plays Louisiana Statein Baton Rouge, la speak minds it point guard the other eight We have OTIt great Iod niTh, guards hav are a Iv resonded well And with the loss of Carter, the effects of the season are starting to wear thin on the players Yoijust haveto bestrong, Garela'nd ON. Speaking their minds. Everyone seems to have options about the IF has see Gators, page 19 UPI Toppa Iaa Taking some BP A UF baseball player takes batting practice Monday afternoon at Perry Field The Gators, ranked 17th in the Collegiate Baseball preseason poll. have been working out three hours a day in preparation for their Feb 3 season opener against Western Carolina. .i.