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Not officially, associated with the University 01 Florida Published by Campus Communications. Inc. ol Gainesville, .Florida Feb.l5..15Student '

VOLUME 83, NUMBER 88 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24,1990
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I politicians release party platforms I


ByJUDYA. PLUNKETT Vision presidential candidate Michael parking lots have blue phones but said each Browne said he will discuss this issue with
Browne said he didn't know the background of UF's three parking garages has a phonein administrators and will bring 15 concerned
Staff Writer
Alligator behind that platform plank because it was each comer of every floor. students with him to make his point.
Vision party members are promising to the idea of his treasurer candidate, David Other planks on the Today platform include Using students to help him is a tactic
bring movie rentals, dry cleaners and photocopy Stern. Stern could not be _---, : Browne said he will employ often if elected.
services to the Reitz Union but reached for comment Tuesday.One "They (administrators) don't take us seriously
administrators already have plans to do it. of Today's most visible advocating and lobbying ," Browne said.
promises, if carried out, is the SG against the current drinking age; Other Vision
The services of the promises are:
are part party's platform addition of emergency blue reforming campus housing's
a list of promises candidates make to working to elect a student toGainesville's
current roommate selection
phones to campus parking lots. spring elections procedure
students. Vision and the Today parties released Today party vice-presidential to ensure no student has City Commission;
their platforms earlier this week to candidate Jake Jackson said 1990 to live with someone who has re-opening 24-hour computer facilities,
recruit students to run with their party. campus security is one of his "obviously conflicting interests or including starting a computer laboratory at
Union director David Kratzer said Tues- most important campaign is- lifestyles;". and the law school; and
day the services Vision listed are part of a sues. creating a cooperative bOOk- lobbying to promote better campus
store run by students and designed to decrease facilities for disabled students.
long-range plan the Union's Board of Man
"The call boxes we have now seem to be
agers recently adopted. He said the board in the most obscure places," Jackson said. book costs.A Although many SG platform promisesnever
surveyed students last spring and those Vision plank that Browne said will in- see the light of day, Browne said his I
services rated highly on the list of facilities UF police spokeswoman Angie Tipton terest students is the party's promise to stop party drafted a list that can be accomplishedwithin
students would like to see in the Union.Ioch said she was not sure how many campus sprinklers during class hours. To do that, a year.Senators .


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U.S. citiesBy

...
ELIZABETH CLARKE
Alligator Writer

Ed Koch, the man credited with saving the
financial capital of the United States, may give UF
students inspiration for the future Accent Chair
man Richard Brilliant said.
By creating new jobs,
lowering unemploymentand
rebuilding New
York City's reputation, *Ai*Wes' seeP
M former mayor Koch ,

helped pull the city out .-.. .:=.:

of near-bankruptcy in the ,..........;;;.;: " mid1970s.He .
will receive
$15,000 from Accent to "
'7"
speak about the future of 11
American cities Thursday
at 8 p.m. in the
O'Connell Center. Ad-
Koch mission is free.

"We got him because he's a vibrant, outgoing
speaker, and he's right out of the gate," Brilliant
said. "We're getting him before almost everyone OL, 4111
else."

Koch, 64, recently completed his third consecutive -or A
term as mayor and plans to become a partnerat '=K ALLIGAIQI
a major New York law firm, but Brilliant said Dragnet
he is regarded as much more than a former mayor.
UF senior Chris Humphrey seines Lake Alice Tuesday as part of a fisheries class.
"lie may be the most charismatic political figureon
the U.S. political scene today," he said.

Known for the trademark question "How'm I Senators support veto of COAR's fundingAlthough
doin'?"- Koch earned celebrity status across the
United States and has been vocal in his criticismsof some Student Senators bring Kilbourne to speak is because sexist agreed.

public figures. wanted to overturn the COAR Week fund attitudes are present in the media and they Sen. Charlie Grapski said during the
"Oliver North was controversial," Brilliant said, ing veto, the interim student body treasurer lead to assault." COAR President Wendy Senate meeting that since senators over
referring to the retired Marine officer who drew convinced them not to Tuesday Maynard said. "It (assault) is a lack of whelmingly voted to give COAR $3,000
more than 200 protesters when he spoke at UF in night. respect It's sad that we get the same lack last week, he thought the same majority
November."Ed Treasurer Scott Thomas said Campus of respect from"the Student Government would override the veto.
Koch is opinionated," he said. "He is not Organized Against Rape has money to pay administration.
afraid to speak his ideas on issues." for COAR Week speaker Jean Kilbournein Thomas added that if COAR members But after more than an hour of debating,
Koch is expected to discuss the homeless, its Infirmary account,a fact COAR lead took money out of their Infirmary account senators supported the veto.ANTHONY.
AIDS, health care, crime and other problems ers refuted. and needed more money from Student
erican cities will face in the 1990s. "The main reason we were going to Government later, they could ask for it. LEDERMANII
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4 ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY24,1990WHAT'S

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: Florida death penalty. Call 395-6602 for in Hoist that sail: Gator Sail Club fEZCa 800-351-0222 m Call, ) B13I477U
Cicerones/Student Alumni Association formation. meets tonight at 8:30: in TurlingtonHall Or ruth $2 00 to Reeeerch. : Assistance.
will hold a forum for Rush 1990 Guess who?: College Room L005.> Call Rob, 373-1566, 11322 I id"Ave 1206-SN Los Angeles CA 90025
CuMom research)also ivalUMe-all"KMIIJ
I Friday night at 7 at the Alumni As. Republicans meet tonight at 7 in for information. -
sociation. Applications are availableand Reitz Union Room 349. Call 395- Under the sea: Gator Dive Club
must be returned by Tuesday.Call meets for elections tonight at 6 in the SAVANT UF
the Alumni Association, 392- 7223.Marketing, not shopping: The Florida Pool Classroom. Call Morgan

1691, for information.Eat American Marketing Association in- Wallace, 375-0814, for informa is now accepting the following
and Run: The Campus vites all majors to its meeting tonightat tion. applications for the 1990 Road Rally Classic:
Diplomats will hold Lunch on the 7 in the Law School Cafeteria. Call C.O.A.R: Campus Organized
Run as part of Transfer Student Activities Stephanie, 375-7920 for informa- Against Rape meets today at 4 in Associate General ChairmanAll
Week today at 11 in the Reitz Reitz Union Rooms 122123. Call Directors
Union Ballroom. Call Rob 392.1261, tion.More culture:The Art History Association 392-1161, ext. 294, for information.Old Assistant DirectorsAd
for information. meets today at 4:30: at man river: UF Canoe and Staff
Three's not a crowd: The Florida Farah's, 1120 W. University Ave. Drafting Club meets tonight at 6 in

Triathletes meet tonight at 8:30: in Call the AHA secretary, 336-8818, Turlington Hall Room 2346. Call Applications will be available outsidethe

room 216, Florida Gym. Call 375- for information.Free Dawn, 395-9596, for information. Savant Office, 310 JWRU.
8362 for information. failing: Falling Gators English: English Society meets Deadline Wednesday, January 31, 4:00: p.m.
Democrats: College Democratsmeet Skydive Club meets tonight at 6 in today at 12:30: in Turlington Hall
in Reitz Union Room 121 to the Orange & Brew. Call 336-1853 or Room 4008. Call 338-0017 for infor-

plan the upcoming debate on the 395-7112 for information. mation.


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mm I WEDNESDAY.JANUARY 24.1990.ALLIGATOR,3i I




I, Task force sizes up racial problems, offers goals I


By GEOFF BOUCHER give administrators."I formulate policies improving the changing campus attitudes wouldbe "There is no Affirmative Action
Alligator Staff WriterA don't want to nickel and dime quality of minority life on campus. its number one priority, but also for Hispanics," Gonzalez said.
them"Johnson said. "Let's go for Bryan gave the group until April the most difficult to achieve. John- "Less than 2 percent of our facultyis
UF task force spent Tuesday the biggie, let's get some changes 15 to make recommendations to son said those attitudes don't exist Hispanic and there has been no
afternoon sizing up the problems made." the president's office which will be solely on the student level. change in enrollment the last two

facing black and Hispanic studentsand The 12 task force members pres- occupied by President-elect John "Look at all the (UF) vice presidents years. If we want them here we
then tried to hammer those ent also talked about some specific Lombardi! after March. ," Johnson said. "They're all have to fight for them."
campus shortcomings into a com proposals such as a mandatory Bryan set up the task force in a white males with a few white fe- Although specific strategies
pact plan of attack. Undergraduate course on multicultural response to growing racial tension. males. And I don't buy the argu- haven't been voted on, the task
The Quality of Life Task Force experiences a poll to Black students point to recent activities ment that there's not enough force agreed on the need to improve
met for the second time and gauge students' opinions on racism by white supremacist qualified people out there it's a minority advisement and establish
separated skinheads the defacing of the Rev. question of committing to goingout
minority into six and the establishment of a more black and Hispanicrole
problems Martin Luther King Jr. monumentin and getting them."
broad categories attitudes and campus building where minority models on campus.
downtown Gainesville and the
climate,policies support services students could congregate. proposed formation of a white student Co-Chairman Gerardo Gonzalez Next Tuesday, the group will
academics organization and facil Interim UF President Robert union as evidence of racism said a committment was also discuss inviting speakers to testify
ities. Co-chairman Simon Johnsonsaid Bryan appointed 19 students and on the rise. needed to bring UF enrollment on minority issues and also decidein
the format will help the group faculty members to the task force numbers in line with Florida's what order they will approachthe
f form strong recommendations to last month, challenging them to The task force agreed that growing Hispanic population. problems.



Ile Campaignsstart



,I today;



/I party finedBy

Y 4r
M.D. CUMELLA
Alligator Writer

Student Government election officials
!
penalized a political l party Tuesday, min-
utes before changing the rules used to
lll
.
r.
prosecute it.
{YF. SG's Election Commission fined the

Vision party for olacine!! a newsoaoer
advertisement before the official start of
the campaign which was to begin Feb.
5.After the verdict,

1, Elections Supervi-i, ;I
sor Tim Crowley I i I
i moved the I sal'
campaign's start to I ;
( I today. !'
elections I
spring
Crowley said he
changed the date I 1990 I

yI after the Board of J
Masters SG's version
of the Supreme Court ruled that
the elections supervisor decides when
campaigning begins. SG law prohibits
students from campaigning, which includes
handing out flyers or advertising,
before that date.
"It would probably be in everyone'sbest
I interest to say the campaign beginson
Jan. 24 at 5:01: p.m.," Crowley said.
The commission a six-member panel
that supervises and regulates elections
., fined Vision $10 for the advertisement.But .
Vision spokesman Marna Weston
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGAIOR[ said the laws are so vague that the party
Seuss stories set to'song shouldn't be penalized.

Dana Phinney sings the words from a Dr. Seuss book at the Reitz Union Colonnade Tuesday.Phinney is a memberof "The language is sloppy" Weston
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Chorallaries who are currently touring the East coast. The group said. "It needs to be more clear the
need to be written better."
laws
mixes comedy with music.Schintzius..
Commissioner Steven Berman said
the ruling was an attempt to interpretthe

meets with conduct officialBy "We're laws. not making an ex post facto

law we're trying to understand the intent

called on his teammate Tim Turner to dis- complaint filed with the State Attorney's Of behind the law" Berman said.
RON KASPRISKE fice. Commissioners fined Vision only $10
scuss the events that led to their suspensionJan.
Alligator Writer because Crowley said party members
.
15."They
said after Tuesday that t
DeVoe practice immediately corrected the problem
1JF center Dwayne Schintzius met with the just called me in and I told my part," Schintzius could return to the team immedi- when he told them it was a violation.
Student Conduct Committee chairman Tues- said Turner, who was cleared for reinstate- ately as long as he was cleared by Student Vision party could have been fined $50
day to decide when he could return to the ment after meeting with Student Judicial Affairs Judicial Affairs and met the coach's requestto for the violation.
basketball t team, but the results of the meet Monday. "It seemed to be going cut his hair and lose weight. The commission also decided that Vision -
ing probably won't be known until today. smoothly, but I haven't seen him (since the vice-presidential candidate Kevin
"
That's because Student Judicial Affairs officials meeting). "There's no question that he could come Mayeux did not violate a similar cam-
wouldn't comment on the outcome of Turner was reinstated Monday after admit back,"DeVoe said. "We need him in his right paign rule when he announced his can
the hearing, citing the Buckley Amendment ting that he threw the mirror that hit the frame of mind and doing what he does best." didacy at a Jan. 16 Student Senate
a law which prohibits the release of information Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house Jan. 14. meeting. In his announcement Mayeux
involving students. Schintzius was originally blamed for both Schintzius already has missed two games asked for Senators' support. The commission -*'
Chairman Milledge Murphy met with the ripping the mirror off a Jeep outside the while serving his suspension and is likely to ruled the speech wasn't cam-|
7-foct-2 center Tuesday afternoon and also house and throwing it, according to a sworn miss tonight's game against Vanderbilt. paigning.I .

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4,AWGATOR WEDNESDAY,JANUARY 24,1990

ELSEWHEREBarry I




I enters Florida alcohol center

WASHINGTON (UPI) The woman who lured center and Barry, through his spokeswoman in: 71P I
Mayor Marion Barry into a cocaine sting operation Washington, issued a plea to be left alone.
testified before a grand jury Tuesday, while Barry "He asked the media to please back off the center ENGINEERS ?!"* > *
issued a plea from a Florida alcohol treatment center for a while to please allow him to get into his
that he be allowed to continue his"healing process in healing process in peace," said spokeswoman Lurma OVERSEAS
peace." Rackley, who talked to Barry by telephone.The siDONTl :;
Rasheeda Hazel Moore,38,testified before a federal government remained in the hands of City
grand jury in Washington for more than two hours. It Administrator Carol Thompson, whom Barry named< IG
was not known what Moore, who was working as an Friday to run the city indefinitely
FBI informant when Barry was arrested Thursday Barry, 53, was videotaped buying and smoking -wear a suit and tie s,
night, said in her secret testimony.But crack cocaine Thursday evening inside a downtown shuffle papers and answer
her testimony could lead to further charges hotel, where he was lured by Moore, according to an phones k
against Barry,who now faces one misdemeanor countof FBI affidavit filed in court. sit at a desk all day
crack cocaine possession. After his arrest, Barry tested positive for cocaine,
Barry spent his first full day Tuesday at the Hanley. said U.S. Attorney Jay Stephens. If convicted of the s"S
Hazelden Center, an in-patient substance abuse pro- cocaine possession charge, Barry could be sentenced!
gram at St. Mary's Hospital in West Palm Beach. He to up to a year in prison and a $100,000 fine.
entered the 28-day treatment center Monday for what He will plead innocent and seek a jury trial, said his ':>4.:' 'r"" ;t!; '
his attorney said was an alcohol problem. attorney, R. Kenneth Mundy. A hearing is scheduledfor DO .j., .A!,' :I .." 111. "'
rit':\ l"
Reporters continued to camp outside the treatment Feb. 5. -live In foreign countries ; \.;( I\ } U'
-work outdoors '

. Planned bill would raise state sales tax I -take-make charge decisionsface

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) A North Florida legis- way," said Martin, who is returning to work after many challenges e"
lator said he plans to introduce a bill during the 1990 suffering from health problems that prevented him -bear heavy responsibilitywork
Legislature to raise the state sales tax 1 percent to from working much of last year. long hours
raise nearly $1.5 billion a year for social and environ- "We've tried in the House of Representatives to do -operate sophisticated elec-
mental needs. the best we can with what we have, but I don't thinkit tronic equipment
Rep. Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne, said he would reveal has been enough," he added. -record Information on oil and
details of the bill during a news conference Wednes- Martin, chairman of the House Governmental gas wellsInt.rpret IV62'hl 4-P-,? "v' Gk ,A
day in Tallahassee. Operations Committee, said a 1-cent increase in the that Information
He said money raised from the 1-cent sales tax state sales tax would raise about$1.4 billion each year.
.
increase would pay for childrens' programs, environ- He wants half the money to go for children's programs ENJOYl r> +..Te M << 51..Ac 6
mental land acquisition, affordable housing and col- and 25 percent for state purchase of environmentallysensitive -being their own boss
lege programs for selected students. land. The rest would be used to fund affor-
"Florida is the greatest state in the nation, but we dable housing and to provide college funding for THIS JOB IS NOT FOR
need to invest some funds in programs to keep it that selected high school students. EVERYONE BUT IT

COULD BE FOR YOU!

. Noriega cocaine actually voodoo substanceWASHINGTON I Schlumberger, the world leaderin

(UPI) A white substance found in banana leaves inside a refrigerator. "We're sure it's Wireline Well Logging has
wrapped in banana leaves in a"witch house"in Panama cocaine," he was quoted as saying. Immediate career opportunities
frequented by Manuel Noriega was not cocaine as the Gen. Maxwell Thurman, commander of the U.S. Overseas for Individuals with
Army believed, but a material used in voodoo, the Southern Command based in Panama, later repeatedthe an M.S. or B.S. degree In
Pentagon said Tuesday. allegation, saying that 50 kilos not pounds E.E., M E., Physics or the
However, the Army's Criminal Investigation of cocaine belonging to Noriega had been found. A Oeo-Sclences, excellent
Division which conducted tests on the material kilo equals 2.2 pounds. scholastic record, hands-on
would not immediately identify the substance other "They found a white, powdery substance wrappedin aptitude and 0-3 years work
than to describe it as "bonding material.! There was banana leaves in a refrigerator and thought it was experience. s
speculation it was flour or corn meal. cocaine," Wood said. "It looks like cocaine. But CID
On Dec. 22, Army Col. Mike Snell, the commanderof did tests on it and it turned out to be'bonding material.
a U.S. infantry task force, told reporters that his "We found out we were wrong."
troops had found 50 pounds of cocaine in a house The contents of the banana leaves apparently were
frequented by Noriega at Fort Amador,a military base used in Noriega's magic "bonding rituals" against OPENINGS FOR
used jointly by U.S.and Panamanian forces before the opponents or persons he wanted to control, officials
Dec. 20 U.S. invasion. PERMANENTPOSITIONS
The two-story building was inhabited by a Brazilian said.Noriega, who surrendered to U.S. forces Jan. 3, is
woman believed to be Noriega's "sorceress" and be- in jail in Miami awaiting trial on federal drug traffick-
came known among U.S. soldiers as the"witch house." ing and racketeering charges.
Snell said some of the substance was found wrapped
4 let

I Florida farmers hurt by freeze to receive aid I

TALLAHASSEE (UPI)Federal officials will waive farmworkers while we help them meet their other For more information, please contact:
mortgages and rent payments for some of the needs."
farmworkers who lost their jobs due to the Christmas The letter from Cherry said the FmHA will grant a SCHLUMBERGER-INTERNATIONAL
freeze, Gov. Bob Martinez said. moratorium on mortgage payments through its single-
The governor said he received a letter Monday from family program, which provides low-interest loans to Recruiting Coordinator
the Farmers Home Administration state director L buy houses. 2707 North Loop West, Suite 1090

James Cherry Jr. informing him the agency has Waivers will be approved on a case-by-case basis Houston, Texas 77008
granted his request for the waivers for
payment
and borrowers who have reduced incomes also
may ((713)) 863-9673
FmHA-supported housing. Martinez asked President (in Texas)
qualify for interest subsidies that can be granted along
George Bush on Jan. 11 to declare seven South Florida with the moratorium. 800-222-1587 (outside Texas)
counties federal disaster areas.
The order could affect thousands of families in Individuals needing the housing payment waivercan
Broward, Dade, Collier, Hendry, Lee, Monroe and apply through local FmHA offices.
Palm Beach counties. Bush already has declared those The FmHA also has agreed to waive payments to .
counties federal disaster areas because of freeze the agency from local housing authorities that operate Schlumborrjp
damage and approved the governor's request for 15 FmHA backed farmworker housing complexes for
disaster unemployment assistance. an esimated 3,000 families. The waivers will allow the
"Right now the biggest concerns of unemployed housing authorities to reduce tenant payments. Exceptional,people, Exception technology! LSb ldw/de./
farmworkers are how to make the next housing pay- Martinez also said he will soon ask the federal
ment and how to pay for the next bag of groceries," government to declare more counties as disaster areas
Martinez said in a statement he federal governmenthas once damage assessments from the three-day
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I Jail and Bail to raise money for cancer research I IBy I


USE FISHER brought in by deputies for phony charges. for the Oaks Mall jail, said he would like fee for individuals is $10, while organiza-
Alligator Writer Those who are jailed pay their bail by col- someone to turn in UF football coach Steve tions pay $25.
lecting pledges from friends. Spurrier.
The Oaks Mall jail, which will operate
Local physician Robert wasn't For the first time volunteers also will staffan
Casey wor- "If been quite evident that for the past'
through Thursday, charges $25 for all arrests
ried about being wanted by sheriffs depu- ,on-campus jail today on the Orange & year he's been the most wanted man in and also requires a form or a call to
ties. Brew patio. Gainesville," he said. "Now he's wanted by the Jail at 331-JAlL.
Instead, he jogged from downtown University police officers will arrest people the American Cancer Society."

Gainesville to a makeshift jail at the Oaks on campus,but they won't disrupt class, The University Police Department Monday's Oaks Mall jail raised $43,500and
Mall, where he raised more than $5,000 for said Michele Green,who helped coordinatethe ready has warrants to arrest 50 people held 75 jailbirds. Volunteers hope to
the American Cancer Society 1990 Jail and event. "Some people don't understandthat. Wednesday. By filling out an arrest form or raise more than $120,000 for cancer re-
Bail program, which began Tuesday. They really want to humiliate people." calling 375-8974, individuals and organiza- search, community education and cancer
Volunteer judges set 'bail for people Ed Nordyke, transportation coordinator tions can have someone arrested.The arrest patients and their families.


Plasma McCoy submits



donorsearn not-guilty pleaBy


MIKE DAME
Alligator Staff Writer

cashBy YR UF junior Tony McCoy, a starting defensive tackle for
the Gators football team last season, entered a written
plea of not guilty Tuesday to six criminal charges stem-
ming from an alleged sexual assault of a UF student in
Alligator Writer November.

UF sophomore Tony Schmidt re- McCoy, 21, did not appear at his morning arraignmentin
cently sat in the lobby of the Alpha Alachua County Court, but his plea was filed by his
Plasma Center, waiting to donate. < fl f attorney, Huntley Johnson.Assistant State Attorney Mary
He'd seen a television commercial Day Coker, the prosecuting attorney, said a trial date has
about plasma donations earlier that not been set but likely will take place in April.
morning and decided that selling part The state charged McCoy Monday with armed kidnap-
of his blood might help him pay back ping,aggravated assault,two counts of simple battery and
money he owed his roommate."I two counts of armed sexual battery.
just came here on the spur of the McCoy was indefinitely suspended from the UF football
moment," he said. team Nov. 20-the day he was arrested -and has been
About 40 percent of the donors at out of jail on $25,000 bond since Nov. 22.
students director REGGIE GRANT-ALLIGATOR The 6-foot-l, 265-pounder was arrested in connectionwith
the center are UF freshman David Weiss has given plasma eight times.
Susan Hamblen said. Most other donors the sexual assault at knifepoint of a 22-year-old
are part-time workers and those Donors sit in lounge chairs while depending on their weight, height female UF student a woman he has called his girlfriend.
with minimum-wage jobs. tubes are inserted in their arms.They and health, Hamblen said. Alachua County jail records showed McCoy allegedly
rubber and blood assaulted the victim and forced her to perform oral sex.
The center processes more than squeeze a sponge There is no danger of infection
1,600 units of plasma each month and flows into a centrifuge, where blood because equipment that comes in After stabbing her in the chest with the knife,he allegedlytold
pays donors $15 for each visit. After cells are separated from plasma. contact with blood is discarded after her she was going to die.
four visits, donors can get bonuses. While the plasma goes into a col- each use, Hamblen said. Resisting the attack, the victim also suffered cuts to
About 200 donors come twice a lection bag, the cells are mixed witha her right hand, arm and leg,and scratches on her chest.
week, Hamblen said. Unlike whole saline solution and immediately The plasma is used to fight burn The incident was not McCoy's first contact with the
blood, which takes eight weeks to reinfused into the donor. and shock trauma, treat hemophiliaand law. Last May, McCoy allegedly kicked and punched a
replenish itself, extracted plasma is Within about 45 minutes they've suppress infections after organ co-worker at a Gainesville supermarket. A sworn com-
replenished within 48 hours. donated 577 to 815 grams of plasma, transplants, she said. plaint for battery was filed, but the victim later dropped
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OPINIONSGetting







heard,



Part II


There are a handful of city issues every year that im-

pact students but you have no control over them becauseyou

don't vote. Sure, there are a million reasons not to
I
bother voting in Alachua County and Gainesville, but we 0J

think you should. o

There's a county-wide election March 13 that will put 9 Nn
two city commissioners in office and ask residents

whether they want to increase their sales tax a penny.

While a lot of UF and Santa Fe Community College stu- ....,

dents don't think they are "residents" of the county, theyare.

You spend at least eight months here every year
pumping thousands of dollars into the local economy .::..... +.

through your groceries, gas, beer and rent. .
,.. ,.. .
Well, county commissioners are putting a one-cent

sales tax increase on the ballot this spring, hoping to '\
bump our tax rate to seven percent. They tried to do the
same thing in 1987 and failed by three votes to one.

While one extra penny per dollar doesn't seem like a

lot, it means the price of everything you buy a GatorT- Do your part to save our earthThere
shirt, a book or a bicycle will go up a little.

Supporters of the tax say the extra money will be usedto is a hole in our atmosphere, the rain forestsare
pave roads and build schools and a jail, important ser- almost gone and a super fund toxic waste site -> Benjamin Parjman
continues to threaten Gainesville's drinking water. SAVING
vices of any community for its people.
However, you are but one individual and what can THE WORLDNow
But almost half the residents in Gainesville and about a one college student do to save an entire planet? Here
fifth of the population of the county are students who are some general suggestions to help you start. say there are a 1,000 of us who start this ritual
aren't going to be helped with money from this tax if it First change the way you live. Sounds drastic, but today, yes that is 640,000 cups. Say that every univer-
passes even though they'll be paying a big part of it. start slowly.Find one habit of yours that is detrimentalto sity in the country . The point, just in case you
the planet and change it today. missed it, is that you are not just one student, you
And the city of Gainesville, where most students live, are one of many concerned, budding activists who
For example, morning start
is only scheduled to get a fraction of the money 14 per- with a cup of coffee every pumped into your you system your duringthe day will change the world for the better.

cent of the penny tax money over the next 15 years. mad dash to your first class. You do not like The costs of environmental protection are great,
Many residents who don't want to pay the increase styrofoam, but that is all Bageland has for takeout. and they are inevitably met by highly organized,
wealthy opposition, willing and able to lobby effectively
convinced Next time bring your own mug. Take it out of your
might be to support it because half the moneythey'd against anything in their selfish interests.
backpack, place it on the counter and ask for coffeein
back from the for roads and schools would
get tax
These the diffuse and
your own environmentally sensitive, reusable mug. people usually triumph over
come out of students' pockets. You will make a statement and avoid that ugly, dis- unorganized interests of the air-breathing pubic.

What the heck, they might say, students aren't goingto posable, toxic styrofoam cup (boo hiss). But the Environmental Action Group is UF's stu-
fight against it. You might be saying, "I am only one person and dent voice for the planet. If you care about the
that is only one cup." But let's take out a calculatorand environment that sustains your life, you should at
The student vote could and should be powerful say for a minute you practice this savetheworldcoffee least lend your voice. It's your earth, get involved.
there are more than 40,000 students in the county and ritual five times a week. That is five cups a Benjamin Pargman is president of the Environmental -
about 80,000 registered voters. week, 80 cups a semester and 640 cups over your Action Group and carries his own mug to Bagelandat
college career a few more for some of us. least five times a week.
There also are two city commission districts up for elec-
tion in March: District 3, which includes about 6,000 on- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

campus residents, and District 2, which includes much of
the Student Ghetto. Picture tainted feel it could function as a non-racist question -a survey of UF faculty,
organization. I thought I would asking them these questions. To
Some say students are too apathetic or too mobile to image of studentEditor check out this organization and see save time and money, I have put
vote. They change their addresses so often that it's incon- if it would address a problem thatI the expected number of "yes"
venient interested in back : I felt that I should write I feel isn't addressed racism responses in parentheses.Have .
or they are more politics directed
and express my views since my against whites. you ever caught a student
home. What could be more inconvenient than parking res- picture was on the front page of Being a member of the Student cheating? ((90%) Have you ever
tictions around the perimeter of campus? What could The Alligator, and a lot of people Coalition Against Apartheid and resolved a cheating incident
draw more political interest than a tax increase? probably already have an opinionof Racism, I have argued with Pete without submitting it to the Honor
City commissioners make decisions like that and like me-but they haven't heard my Self and tried to get him to at least Court? ((90%) If you have ever sub-
side. Ill start off by saying I AM acknowledge the problem. It didn't mitted a cheating case to the Ho nor
student government, if you don't vote, you can't complain. NOT A RACIST! appear to me that he was going to. Court, would you consider doing

I'm a firm believer in letting Michael DiGiovanni again? ((10%) Do you think the ab-
everyone express their ideas free- 2UF solute authority to resolve something -
ly, as long as they are not violent don't as important as cheating
alligator toward other people.I Faculty use should lie with would-be lawyers
Editor I feel there is no need for a white the Honor CourtEditor who, by definition, are not yet
Lucy Chabot student union, or a black student qualified to practice law in a "real"
Editor union,or any individual race union.I : During the past year, you court? ((1%)
Managing Editor
Opinions
I feel there should be all have
an published several articles I would also like to describe the
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton student union to aid any studentno about student cheating and each experiences of one professor who
Letters matter what race, color, or time I have had the urge to com- tried to work with the court, but
Policy gender, if they feel they have been ment.
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8.by.10 page). They should be neither time nor space permits,and
typed, double-spaced end signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone discriminated against in any way. This time I want to challenge the urge has passed.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call Though these
are my feelings someone to conduct
a "meaning-
the editorial' page editor at 3764458. Roger Gater
about the white student union, I ful"survey that would address this Mechanical engineering profestorb



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I Students, businesses happy with Expo I i Polls show


By JUDY SCHRAMM for the second time,moving from its previous divided into technical, non-technical and ac-
Alligator Writer location in the Reitz Union Ballroom."I counting days.Students students'opinions
like the O'Dome better than the Reitz," attending Expo met with employers -
Although some students griped Tuesday said Gloria Sheffield from the Florida Officeof and tried to establish interviews for laterin
about having to walk all the way around the the Auditor General."It's not so noisy and the semester. If given priority, students
O'Connell Center to enter Career Expo,both there's a lot more room." could reserve the interview times at com-
students and employers agreed it paid off. UF student and Expo director of registration puter terminals set up in the O'Connell Cen-
Barry Shiflett, assistant director of the and reception Marcia Harris said the ter. By GEOFF BOUCHER
Career Resource Center,said about 178 com- O'Dome is a better place for Expo because it The main point of this is for students to Alligator Staff Writer
panies were represented. Shiflett said 4,204 allows all the employers to be there at once. get priority interviews," Harris said. "You'll
students attended this Residents of UF dormitories
spring's event. "Before we had it in the Union over a periodof have a foot in the door when the businesses gener-
like their residence assistants and
ally
Expo took place in the O'Connell Center three days," Harris said. The event was return."
building security,but they aren't partic-

I Reporter says court records need to be public I ularly rooms fond they of unsafe use, according sex or the bath-to a

... November poll.
UF school's fourth annual Brechner
By MOLLY JALENAK journalism Freedom of Information Award. He- The case was dropped and the files sealed, The 4,470 students who returned the
Alligator Writer but Weiser and Walsh uncovered the story.
shared the award with co-worker Elsa Walsh. 48-question survey answered questions
The doctor is now practicing at a hospital in
about themselves, the live
places they
Court records must be kept public, an The team discovered that judges in the Maryland.
and the live with.
people they Housing
award-winning journalist from The Washington Washington, D.C., area routinely seal civil
Director Grimm said
Post told a small group of faculty and court files. James the anonymous
Weiser said companies prosecutors to
graduate students Tuesday as he munchedon pay responses, which are used to
potato chips and drank apple juice. When a hospital investigated one of its put gag orders on cases. gauge UF's service, produced some
cardiac in the deaths of four
surgeons pa- surprises-both good and bad.
"Drug defects,car safety and malpracticeare know- "It is and ethical to order
tients, the doctor sued the hospital legal get a gag "I wasn't the de-
expecting
all issues I found to be kept out of the ing the hospital would not want the bad for an increased settlement," Weiser said. severe
public eye," Benjamin Weiser said. publicity that would accompany a lawsuit, "What we're saying is that there is a flaw in see Survey page 8
Weiser was in Gainesville to receive the Weiser said. the system that allows this."

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SURVEYfrom dence assistants, those students gave each other low marks whenit percent called it ""satisfactory." derstand their residents a little
assigned to supervise every floor. came to discussion of politicaland More than half answered "poor"or better.
page 7 Ninety percent of the students said social issues, with half of all "less then satisfactory" when Another survey, released this
dine students reported in the they felt comfortable with their responses being "poor" or "less asked about their "opportunity to week by the Registrar's office,
cleanliness of bathrooms,"he said. I RAs,while 87 percent said their RA than satisfactory." interact with faculty members." showed that dormitory residentsfell
"So we're going to check across made a "good" or "satisfactory"effort Dormitory security apparently is Grimm said UF takes the opin- a little short of other students
the boards to see how our peopleare to get to know them. not a concern to the residents,with ion poll every other fall, with this in the academic department last
doing and to see if they shouldbe Fifty percent of the students say 82 percent rating it as "satisfac- year's survey marking the third semester. The overall UF grade
cleaning at different times." they always practice safe sex, tory" or "good." time.The overall numbers are broken point average was 2.86, while dormitory .
Grimm said the flip side was the while one in four say they abstain Sixteen percent said campus down floor by floor and sent residents held a 2.74 GPA
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funds for cancelled ads. There will bee $2.00 correction I... 2000 SW 16th St. **376-1253 $130/mo will nego. Cheap I 2-blks to UF
Room for rent In 2bdr/2ba In Oxford wash/dry bigl) Hardwood floors 373-5658
MOUNT VERNON APTS Manor $239.50/mo 1/2 util 373-7135 for 376.1655. 1.24-3.5
1 & 2 Bedrooms more Info Need as soon as possible,
PoolLaundryClose / female 1.24.5-4 William.burg Village: F rmmt for

FOR RENT: FURN. to UF/Shands/ townhouse $240/mo.1/2 util Med stud.
FOR RENT: 2370 SW Archer Rd. **372-5389 Sublease apt, UNF., 2bd/2ba Camelot Call after 5p 338-4257 or Joanna bef 5p

213.152 pool view, barbecue, fireplace $550/mo 3761253 1254.5
1 FURNISHED Large 1 ft 2 br apt. neatly furnished, no 373-5784. 1.24-5-4

pets, convenient to UF & downtown. $250- 3bd/1/ 1/2 ba townhouse In SW area JAN FREE: Brandywlne: F N/S needed to

New furn 2br, 2ba condo, wash/dry 275 mo. 3765957 1-2g.5.1 1 $475/mo/ + first, last and security Avail Sublet 2bdr apt. until April 90 $350/mo./ share a master bdrm, furnished, 2bd/2ba/

security locks, pool, tennis, racquet ball, Feb 1, prefer lyr 1 lease 332-4567. 1.24-5. & utll. Negotiable Homestead Apt. 3811 only $137/mo/ + 1/4 utilities call 335.9846.
$475/mo. Call collect 07-878207.. 1- Urgent Remodeled take condo over lease across from law school 2 SW 34th St. 335.5493. '1.25.5-4 2855

24.10.1 1 374.9609. 1.28.5-1 Apt for rent take over lease 2bdr/1 b, large rooms, carport, wash/dry Enviromentally aware m/f ns roommate

WALK TO UFI Furnished Room Sharekitbaths 1 br Pmerush Apts connections $270/mo. Come by/call- wanted 1 block to UF 1 920'. house hrrl
ch/ac prefer 2 grad students, Efficiency,furn or unfurn, close to UF,one Will pay 1/2 depositPh 1943 NE 16th way, G'vllle. ph. 338-1984. wood fir 3bath 110 1/5 util call 373-j
free
no pets, quiet, private patio .
$180 Includes utilities) 376.6652, 378- person utilities Call 378- 335.31961.lv. msg 1 26-5-4 9145. 1-2655
cable TV, $225/mo. plus 124.5.2A
8122. 1-3MO-1
__ 2016 1283.1 Sublet 1bd rm new carpet/refrlg unfurnished Room avail M/F/ in 3bd/2ba house near

Rockwood Villas 3bdr/3ba./ Rmmt neededfor free spacious 2000 sq ft, 3 or 4 bdr 2ba, pool $225 (rag 280)) & furnished $285 Poloa Private or share bath, rent neg +
own fully turn bdr/ba nice Condo. All Apt for rent from Ter today(15 Be$300/mo Fast dep.371.9638 house 1/2 mi west of UF, 2816 W Univ ((rag 330)) a mo 2nd floor ph 3753305. 1/3/ utll Call Joe or Bosso at 3748820.
SW 10
extras/Included $225/mo Dan 338.9332. 1402 Ave $625/mo/ Appt. only 374-5340 or 1-26-5-4 22105.
1245.1 Yonca 125.2.1CENTER 376.6163. 1.25.5.2WASHERDRYEA
Sublet garage apt. 2bdrm behind Norman Own bdr/ba. F, 1/2 util & $21 5/mo., many
COURT Apts 2bd ceder sidingby Hall until! May 18th $300/mth. 1021 SW Call 372-
GEORGIA SEAGLE HALL A male co-op extras, Regency Oaks, Amy
UF, cent. air, very nice must see INCL. 3713425. 1-
10th Ava Call 377-5881 or 7627. 1.295.5ROOMMATE
3blks w/kit/laundry
to UF occ
Single 1210 NW 11 Ave. Office: 411 NW 15 St. 2 BEDROOM/2 BATH 25.3-4
facilities 1002 W Univ 376.9179. 1.267.1Need
1.30.5.1FOR
371-0769. BEDROOM/3 BATH

to sublet 2br apt in Homestead immediately OXFORD MANOR SUBLEASE APT. one bd In a 2bd/2ba Oxford Manor WANTED NS M/F own: bed/bath/

$335/mo. and no deposit down. RENT: Treehouse Village, pool, w/d, furn, $250 month/ 1/2 utilities Call 378-9439 .+
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$1{150/mo, Mandl or Michelle 335-7755.
Call Crystal at 3738019. 1-25 6 2 377.2776 Leave Message 1295.5
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 1319.2 1.30-5.4
Private Entrance: BDR, f. kitchen M/F roommate needed for 3bd/2ba house

privileges, most util, turn, walk to UF to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280, Mature N/S female, own room In a houst 5 ROOMMATESNewly $17S/mo d utll. 3723695. 12955Jan
1740 NW 3rd pi $160/mo/ 3722284. 1' 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440. See. Pool, kitchen 1 1/2 mile to UF Rent
24.3.1 $155/mo. ft utilities Call 374.5430 or 378- Free At SPYGLASS NOW 3Bd/3Ba
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry no cats or dogs Furnished Townhouse close to UF
8183. 1-2552 OWN BD/BA FOR ONLY $227 A MONTH.
STUDENTS Santa Fe Trace Apts 378 1190. 430.75 F for own ba In Ig. belt wash/dry, cable,
ONLY PLEASE.CALL Chris 335-6671. 1-2958.
2' Room Studio Apt. furn.partly turn. $210 2 2bdrm 1bth house on quiet st. Fencedyard pool $200/mo to share or $300/mo for

Ire all utll 373.4593 Keep Trying. 1-26.4- Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA quiet pet ok, ist/laat/dep/lease. NW own room. 336-0036. 1.25-10-5 DESPERATE lIb.ral.m., to occupy own
1 miles 634S. bdr. In modern 3bdr house In quiet safe
washer/dryer available In most units for Central. 3 to UF $385. 375- ROOMMATE WANTED: NS M/F, $200/m/
2952 area Big fenced yard no pets WID VCR,
Cats Allowed. IB-2B. 142 Bath
$15 mo. 1/2 ut $200 sec Large, nice & neat apt
& Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- skylights Approx. 2ml! N of UF $180/mo
$250 $350, sec 2bdrm 2 1/2/ bath Call Tim 332-3248. 1-
WANTED: N/S/F for own room in 3 bdr & 1/3 util 376.4138 Jon or Martha 1.29-
house call 378.6065. 1-2951 75-2 Walk to UFII Studios $210 to $225 25.10-5 55
1829 NW 2 Ave (by Dome) ft 1222 NW

Own bed/bath In 2bed/bath/ furnished Arlington Square Apts for the serious 8Av BRANDYWINE: Fern, own rm w/wtr bd,

mobile horn. Close to campus Spring student or professional next 2bdr to from the$500 Hippodrome Now or Fall,' Office: 411 NW 15 St. 371- fully turn 2bdr/1ba/ apt. Many xtras, Classlfleds. oJ"
1bdr from $365, 0769 1/3/ utll Near UF 3730024.
students only $175 & 1/2/ utilities 335- $210/mo$ / +
9975. 1-264-1' uptown living..downtown! 37S.9682. 1- 1.30-52 1.29-8.5 Continued on next page.WEDNESDAY .
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ROOMMATESF FOR SALE FOR SALETwin FOR SALE 8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA

Peavey Patriot electric guitar wood body MAGNA 87, V4 shaft
IIq cooled
rmmt n/s/ upper or grad to share SURFBOARD Natural Art 6'0' tri fin in bed mattress, $50. with hardshell ca.eln great shape $150.
dr. Tank and saddle bags. Excel condo a
2bdr/1 ba apt $175/mo & 1/2 util, walking excellent condition $175 371-1900., 1-24- 332-1677 Call 392-3284' 8-5 or 4541930. 1-30-5-6 $2500 ph. 378-2777. 1-24-58
distance to campus 3774244.. 1-26-4-5 56Nishik 1-25-2-6 gem.

Marshall 100 watt Guitar Amp and a 4-12 74 Honda 750 balanced custom paint
NS/M or F Roommate needed lor 2br2baapt. International racing bike, Perfect SOFA GOOD CONDITION $200 CALL cabinet channel switching, effects loop smoothbores kerker 811cc I kit S A W mar-
In Arlington Square, $250 & 1/2/ util. condo Index shift 21.5 in. Must see. $425 EVES 378.3318.30.58 and footpedal, both for $925 obo 377- tek dunlops, runs good, needs rings $550
Call 378-1659. 1253.5 obo. Call Phil 3959082.. ,1-24-5-6 5795. 2-6-10-6 obo.373.4518. 1-24-2-8
COMPUTER: Apple lie: monochrome
Near UF, large br In large house, w/ Drums for sale. 5 piece, 1 ride, hi hats. monitor/ Apple Scribe printerAppleworks Say goodbye to parking troubles! Irac I
fireplace $140/rno/ & 1/4. util. 914. SW 8 Must sell make offer asking $250. Call & other software $450 obo. Call Jason 7 REAL ESTATEReal clipper moped 1988 excellent condition
Ave. 378.1088,372-3307. 1-29-5-5 Jeff 375-6296. 1-25-5-6 336-4229 Ross mans 10 speed bike $70. $400 Christy 371-0424, Separate oil and
Estate Licensing Course, Sat. only gas lank.242-'

SPYGLASS Jan rent (reel) F lor own Electric Typewriters, IBM Selectric, wide Great price! Sofa and desk only $100 anda 12:30-8:30: : 7 day crash course Feb. 12, 1987 Honda Spree, one owner 4100
bdrm/bath, walk-In closet, D/W/ micro. carriage, ball element $150, Smith small washer and dryer at $500. Call Real Estate Appraiser, starts Feb. 27,The miles, Incl. helmet, must sell, exc. cond.
$223/mo & 1/3 util. 335.7720.335-77"8. Carona 8000, wide carriage, office model, Ivonne at 338.7593 leave a message. 1- Florida Center 371.2787. 1-30-10-7 $525 or best offer, 373-3512 leave mes-
3359870. 1-29-5-5 $100, Both like new cond. 373-3135. 1- 30-5-6 1-26-4-8
sage.
25-5-6 1 bdrl1 ba Condo for rent. Lease or w// option
Nonsmk M/F needed to share bdrm In Deal! New turbo xt: 640k, 2-360k drives, to Buy. Washer/dryer Hook up. 400-CC SUZUKI $300
2bd/1 bin apt. walking distance campus. 18 spd Yokota touring bike nearly newt! All monochr. graphics 2ser/ 2parl game $300/mo. Call Sue IU725375.288.7 LOW MILES. CALL EVES-
Call 378-1283 lor details. 1.29.5.5 Shlmano parts. Includes rack water bottle port clk/cal./ Hard drive optional $695 376-3316. 1-30-5-8
pump, toe clips, vetta gel seat. $400. Kevin 372-5158. 1-30-5-6 Own Instead of rent: Condo for sale
OAKFOREST M-F Master bedroom In 4819358.. 1-25-5-6 2bdr/2/ 1/2 ba, poolside, energy effic.' A-1 1982 Suzuki 550 SOOOmls, full faring always
2bdr Apt. $250/mo A 1/2 util. 335-6189. bicycle brand new must sell cond., priced right-terms SouthFork covered, excellent cond. $1400 call
26-105 Nishikl, Colorado sacrifice Oaks 3734347. 1-31-10-7, Mike, aft. 3.
WORD PERFECT 5.1 332-0940 keep trying. -30-5-6 377-4257. 1-29-4-8 j

M/F/ N/S to share 3br, 3ba poolside condo. Latest release from Elite
Micro, wash/dry./ Must be neat, studious, Computer Systems $135, '335-1300

but 4015.lun.1-26-35 S1SO/mo. No gays. Bob 336- PC-3 LAPTOPGreat I 1'h.Lftal.YS: : O O By Doyle. .Sweetly, I II


for class notes, $230 from Elite
Rmmt wanted: M to share 2bdr apt I blk
Irom UF Call day/nlght371.7893 ask lor #335.1300 CARE UL, &A=W! rPOT> WBONT' 6000 SIXTY
Ty 1-30-5-5 C'M'ON, DON'- YOU KNOW K5 WAKE HIM, WHATTMOOMtYZ GUWCNPCrzCENT THAT ---
PRINTER24pin 6RUN1=N, PANGERIW TO WAKE HAMON9 GON1euGGOI WHAT13 CHANCC O/ 1 AAfl",
F n/s Own bedroom in 2 bedrm 1 bath apt. Letter Quality from Elite $305, A $LEtr OPPLER? room 14AIL OR TURNIPS...
Clean A studious $165/mo./ & 1/2 utll. 335-1300 AliCs6i0.f WHEN MB SUBEP9 AL ruRwlre...
Avail Now call Patti at 374.4970 leave' 2-6-13 RIGHT THRU HIS '
message. 1.30.55ROOMMATEI 6MAPOW? SAY?
JETSKI 87-650 SX Excellent Condition
I N/S, quiet A studious W/Trailer/ Never Used In Salt Water
$200/m own bed A bath wash/dryer, 1/3 $2500. 3323565. 1-26-5-6
ut & $200 sec. Furn condo. Call 336-1608.

1-26-3 Computer-atari 1040st. : 720K 35 drive,
1MB ram color monitor printer, over$700In
F n/s to share cute, quiet 2bdr/1 1/2 ba software must sell $1000/obo 372- a/v to
condo near UF ft SFCC. Laundry pool, a 2327. 1-26-5-6
micro. $190/mo. & 1/2 util.! 3364763. 1-

26-3-5 Electric Guitars, Krammer focus 2000,
Ibanez Artist each with hard shell cases,
$250 each firm!!, call 3364502. 1-26-5-
6 FOR SALE

6 I BIT by David Bacon I
BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs PEUGEOT 12spd man's road bike. Excellent
low as $25/mo no $ down condition, $175 or best offer. Call
FREE Catalogue over 50.000cullomerI1800.8257283 3368491.. 1-25-46
/'c177Y qM'f PffAlirf /QW rJitflfVfftN ; I
2-19-30-6 MOPED FOR SAlE-In excellent condi- rv rGrfA nrii'ev.VE THE/ JI, JtNI1Z1ffdA.KDI I
tion-JAWA-$285 Bikes, & More 2133 NW /S, NffW J714(4401(70SG' r, M 'IlJFUW'I AUP
and 30 more N/OI Nf h'.J / P,rAr rt,<,,47Q.uTl'llJ Jt7r/Nrl/uS WA 27awl
Alpine, Kenwood Sony 12436.
6th 373-6574.
St. MIS V7EIt' 'N V49M'i. J Y hI.I' V4
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brands are all at our New Location! Car
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Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- Queen Waterbed: headboard w/mirror, .: /iwrlFc7' 11'1/1 lrfrJ.'c4t: ,('frA.I / \"
2070. 4-30-75-6 heater, line, mattress, pad, sheets, /' (.
padded rails, delivery & set-up $199. Fer-
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the ron 3350578. 1-26-5-6 t'4
oldest, beat and lowest priced car
stereo store In town 372-2070,2201 NW Canon F1 camera w/AE motor drive FN.
13 St. 4-30-75-8 Sips, 3 lenses Canon 189 A apeedlite, silk fI
unipod, filters, bag. $600 obo. Call Hays,
Rockford Foigate, Yamaha, Pioneer 335-9862. 1-24-3-6
Infinity Kicker Code Alarm. The Beet
Car Sterlo Installers In .own".- Car ** Liquidation ** For Sale *A King size I Sr wns
Stereo Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 waterbed $150 Llvingrm set Dinmgrm
set End tables Lamps All Great Cond.
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants Call Rob 376-2967. 1-24-2-6
for your dorm or apartment. We
deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377- TWINBED FOR SALE $75. Call Leslie I THE MOBILE' GoLDfisH by Brett Schroeder
5265 6 blocks E, of campus. 2-6-20-6 335-9455 1-25-3-6 -

CAR ALARMS Installed remote control KENMORE FRIDGE approx. 2 cubic feet. So, ANYWAY/ YOUR AND THKT'$ 1o TAKE HIM AWAY

any demo.car Call truck 336-9193 or van student fully guaranteed message will Leave Cheap Message.) ($75)). Will 1-24-2-8 Deliver) 336-0991 HOWORNESS, I THOUGHT THE wNr I,,., AR$ ERIE RUSTY! No KNOWS

2-28-34-6 OFFICER WAS A LITTLE TROt t .E I'VE

'10 spd bike, very good cond. $50, pots, PINK BUMNY:.. E SL SEEN.. J"
CLEARANCE SALE-many Items to pans, A dishes $30 both neg. MUST rf /.
choose from. Jewelry, TV's, cameras SELL. Call 371.49811.2848 v h
VCR's-ete. Best Jewelry & Loan
'Pawnshop. Sale Is, on till everything's ITEMS FOR SALE: Six speed Nashikl all 'JUOtaE'WAPTNEER 'JUDGE'yAPNER WAPNER
gonell 1-25-10-8 'terrain $220 obo; mattresses $15 each;
chairs $15 each; weights and '" CHEESE H=THE I SMALL
BEDS BEDS BEDS weightbench $45. obo; if Interested call / MAYO. (( FRIES
Dressers, Chest Bookcases, Sofas, TV 336-0296. 1-24-2-6 r AND ACOKE
carts, Entertainment centers and more at .
the lowest prices In Gainesville. 371-4422 MICRO CENTER/ Computers 378.1148
Dumas Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave. Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate
2-2-16-6 I H P. Price same or lower than mail 70625
order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb can raw Naara'fZ
COMPUTERPackard ((28ms), graphics monitor ...
MC 288/12/ > $1195, Packard Bell $ 2115,
Bell 286, 12mhz, 40mb hard 386/20 .
MC 386SX $1495, Northgate
drive, 5.25 1.2 floppy 3.5' 1.44 floppy $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery The Incomparable Arthur. by Anthony Lederman I III
hl-res color monitor
lyr
..,1mb ram vga $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb &
warr., 4 mths on-site. $1849, call 335-
graphics monitor $970. 1 A 3 year war
1300. 2-20-14-8
ranties. Onsite warranties. Panasonic
1180, printer $185, HP Laser Jellip. S0 DOES 60 DO SCROCHET 80, You 00DO
Car Alarm, Autopage' Chapman. Home
$1049. 4110 SW 34th St. / 308 W Univ. 'TENNIS. blbbLEY HMM. CO8o00
and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul Sherwood
and more. We Beat All Prices) Ave. 4-30-65-6 CoVCHPOT.4TO1N6

3733754. 4-30-69-6 IBM XT. S12K. dual floppy, color 3 3 ?

Packard Bell computer with monitor and monitor L Q printer modem, desk ,
programs. 1 year old. Asking $11 00. 3G5-
Okldata printer Includes ATI DOS and \I
375- 8797. 1-25-3-6 1\I t tI Op
word processor software $1400 obo. 1
6082. 1-30-10-6
Car Stereospeakers for sale. Digital 24

1 Nishikl, 10 speed red, quick release station. preset 29in. 100w PioneerIp.ak.rs. -
Paid $130. 395-
$250, Asking
bed with
wheels $175: $250 new. single
pine wood frame $100. 376-3596 Dennis. 8797. 1-25-3-6 I II j

1-24-5-6
TV Sony Trinitron Color.
.. '
1 3 piece sectional' couch good condition Call Excellent 3359323.Condition Leave$45.Message. 1-25-2-6 I// I II

light' green_ ,.1100.332-4567._ .: '-..2.8- ..

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MOTORCYCLESHonda AUTOSFord AUTOS AUTOS AUTOSDODGE

150 Elite Scooter park anywhereon Escort 1983. 2 door Good condition 88 SUZUKI SAMURAI 5.SPD CONV. 4. 75 MUSTANG IIGreatlransporlationl ARIES WAGON '86. Fully maintained
campus 60mi./hr, 75ml gallon great $1500 obo call 336-6470 after 5:30: p.m. WD 17K mi. EXC. CONDo $5300080. ) excel condo Red auto ac, ps
cond.. call lor more info $1100 neg., 373 1.24.5.11 481-9358 eves-weekends. 1255.9 $650 OBO Call 371-8165 pb am/lm Asking $4600 080. 3750116
8 Leave Mssg 1-28-4-9 .30 .
7041. 1 30-5- 1 -5 9
1980 Pontiac Phoenix grey 5.door am/fm 83 Renault Hatchback 5 spd fm/csst
stereo many new parIS $900 332.3511 'leather/dlx Int blk, convrl top $1750 or Conv 84 VW Rabbit, black, 88,000 ml. 1982 HONDA PRELUDE CONVERTIBLE
9 AUTOSAUTO 'leave message 1.24-5-11 best offer 375-3030 Iv msg. 1-26.6.9 sporty 335.5498 excl eves condit.1-30.8.9. $6500 obo, call Paul 46000 ml, 5 sp, absolutely perfect cond.,

$5500 firm, Dr. Stein 373-4177 1.26.3-9
Toyota Supra 86 1/2 perfect condition, Toyota Corolla '80, 4 speed ac.. AM/FM./
INSURANCE SAVE $$ at orange & fully maintained low mileage. automatic New front tires Camaro 84 V6 auto PW PB PS AC tilt
brakes.
blue Insurance In'butler plaza we care call loaded $11300 obo call 332.7307 or 376 generator am/fm A last clean car in superb condo FIAT SPIDER 1980 new top, looks good
Mileage103000 $1300 or best offer 336
US 1 ISI377-CARS or 377-2277, 1.25.10.9 7324. I.Z4-5-11 Must sell. Asking $3668 obo. 335.6132 runs great $1900 obo. For more info call
3977. 1 24-4 9 eve 1.29.69CHEVY 371'.3189 student 1.26.3.9

87 Hyundai Excel excellent condo AC 88 Ford Ranger xiI blk 25.000 mi 5.ipd 84 Nissan 300 zx Turbo silver fully '
am/fm cats low miles take over paymentsor sir tp dk; 86 Samurai top & tires new loaded every option leather int digital MANZA 80. Red Auto, new 75 Camero 350 V-8 Excel/cond, A/C./
$4700 335-4164. 1 1.24-5.11 37,000 mi. str tp dk blue Day 372-4131 dash great cond.. 95k miles $7200 obo. paint ac, am/lm Peppy & dependable. AM/FM/ Cassette new paint, Interior and
After 7pm 3720472. 1-25.5.9 335-0791 Karl. 1-26-4.9 Asking $1600 OBO 3750116 1.30.5.9 brakes $2700 335-2891. 2179



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Artist' needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine
Jewelry 373.9243. 4.30.75.10

WANTED: Model around 5'2". 126 Ib for
photographing with car. Will pay! Call'
375-8710, mention case no 90-001, 1.
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GATORS "We are going to try to cre-
Assistantcoach from page 15 ate our own tempo and hopefully -
we can do that and give
"We are going to have to ourselves a chance to win,"
get our hands in their faces," Garcia said.
hired Garcia said. The Ga-
"We can't tors need to
reAnother I loss
i Alligator Staff ReportEd ally let ofa win a confer
into their key player does ence game to
I f Ross, a Gainesville native, will tempo." get back in
return to his hometown,as he was hired But whileVanderbilt not allow us to extend the race.
Tuesday as UF's assistant men's tennis With
games
I and
coach. will shoot the develop at SEC lead 1 4 &
Ross,a 1983 graduate of Gainesville ball from theoutside the confidence ers Louisiana
High School, replaces Bruce Lipka, State and Ala
who became head coach at Miami of DeVoe said we would want bama looming o tr f'
Ohio in the fall. they on thehorizon I
Before taking the job with the Ga- ble of playing with this team. i Ii/ ,:.. '"
tors, Ross was a touring pro from June the InsideWe have to keepalternating DeVoe said .'tL:;":.> 3
1987 to December 1989.He was invitedto outside game. the Gators -
the U.S.Olympic Trials last year and When theCommodores peoneed a vic !
qualified for the 1989 U.S. Open.A ple for obvious tory againstVanderbilt. : '' I
four-time letterman in tennis at go inside, .
Southern Methodist, Ross helped the they will look reasons..." "I expect I Z'
Mustangs reach the NCAA Tourna- to sophomore them to meet
ment each season he competed at Todd Milhol- Don DeVoe us at the tramstation I
SMU. The Mustangs placed in the top land ((11.0 interim basketball _.
six in each of those trips,and Ross was ppg) and senior DeVoe said.
Abused Children
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As a junior player, Ross was rankedas ((10.5 ppg). have a 40- Hard Time Talking About It.
high as No. 15. But Garcia said the key to minute game against Vandy.
The Gators begin their season this winning the game could rest It's a big game, but more importantly 1-800-96-EIIJ' 13
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I Emmitt Smith will have pro decision Feb. 15 J 1By


JASON DAVIS national signing day-the first with the players he came to derclassman to declare himself eligible for
Alligator Staff Writer day high school recruits can (UF)) with- the April NFL draft.
sign with universities. "It's got to be a very difficult Among the records the Pensacola resi-
Emmitt Smith has got a lot of heavy "This is Emmitt's decision "
choice for him to make.
9 9Grua dent holds are most rushing yardage in a
thinking to do over the next 23 days. Spurrier said. "I
could not ad- Smith, a 1989 Heisman Tro- career ((3,928 on 700 carries), yardage in a
Smith, the holder of 58 UF football re- vise him either way. He knowswe phy finalist and the most pro- season ((1,599 on 284 carries) and touch-
cords, will make an announcement Feb. 15 want him back. lific running back in Gators downs in a career ((37)).
whether he will stay with the team or turn "But right now, I think he's history, could not be reachedfor
made his to crowd of
Spurrier speech
pro, Gators coach Steve Spurrier said Mon- torn between two things: Will additional comment. Dur- about the a Hernando
1,000 gathered at
day night. he be the first running back to
ing the season, he said he raise for
County Airport to the
money
Speaking before a group gathered for a go in the draft? Some draft ex- wanted to see what other toprn110"a Hernando Community Blood Bank.

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He also of the of
spoke
planting
All-America thing he's paying careful atten. Smith progress
junior running back told him he Last week, linebacker Keith natural at Florida Field (work should
grass
would reach decision lion to Is does he want to finish out his career ,
a one day following McCants of Alabama became the first un- begin around March 1, he said).
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Lady GatorsBy Gators still hurtingas

Vandy arrivesBy
GREGG DOYEL

Alligator WriterIf DAN STIFFLER

Alligator Staff Wnter
basketball games were played on paper, the Lady
Gators' game tonight against Alabama probably would The UF basketball team returns to
be declared a tie. The two teams are that evenly familiar surroundings tonight after the
matched. loss of another key player this week.
But still, the game has to be played. So it's off to The Gators will play host to
Tuscaloosa for the Lady Gators, who will play in the Vanderbilt tonight at 7:30: in the
first of three consecutive road games. O'Connell Center, looking to end a
UF coach Carol Whitmire is looking forward to the two-game Southeastern Conference 19-
trip. losing streak.

"There's some similarities between their personneland But the Gators ((6-7 overall, 2-4 in
our personnel, and I think it's a good matchup," the SEC) suffered another blow Mon-
she said. day when B.J. Carter fractured his left
Tipoff is set for 8 p.m. EST. hand during a drill in practice. Carter .
The similarities between the two Southeastern Con- was evaluated Tuesday at Shands Hos- f *
ference rivals are striking. Both are coming off nail-bit- pital and will be out three to six weeks.
ing victories over SEC foes. The loss of Carter places an added
UF needed a Casandra Washington shot with six burden on the Gators squad, and the
seconds remaining to force an overtime against Mis- loss has hurt the team's confidence.

sissippi State on Saturday and went on to win by four, "Another loss of a key player does
while Alabama upset 15th-ranked Louisiana.State on not allow us to extend and develop the
vIr
Saturday when an LSU shot at the buzzer missed. confidence we would want with this
UF is 10-6( overall, 1-2 in the SEC. Alabama standsat team," Coach Don DeVoe said. "We
12-6, 1-2. have to keep alternating people for
Also, both have posted similar results against common obvious reasons and unfortunately for
opponents. The Crimson Tide lost to Georgia and us, we're losing a very fine backcourt
Florida State by a combined 10 points, while UF fell to player who, in particular, has helpedus
the two squads by 13 total points. in getting the ball up the floor."I .
The similarities extend to last season as well. UF think other people have to cometo
finished 15-14 overall, 1-8 in the SEC, while Alabamawas (the) call."
14-15 and 2-9. This year, UF returns all but one Those players will come in the formof
player from a year ago; Alabama brings back every- freshman Scott Stewart and sopho- A
body. more Brian Hogan, both guards. Stew-
But for the Lady Gators to win their second game in art and Hogan must pick up the slackin
a row, Whitmire said they must set the tone early Carter's absence.
something UF has had trouble doing this season. But while Carter became lost to the
'The first half is very important; it sets the tempo team, 6-foot-7 sophomore forward Tim
for the whole game," she said. "We need to come out Turner returned to the team after re-
hard for the first couple of minutes and take them out ceiving a written reprimand Monday
of their game." for his part in a Jan. 14 incident at an ADRIAN DENNIS
Alabama's game,Whitmire said, revolves around the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity party. The Gators will be missing guard B.J. Carter for tonight's game against
three-point shot, which she said has historically given The loss of Carter has forced DeVoeto Vanderbilt. Carter, pictured last week against Tennessee, broke his left
the Lady Gators trouble. shuffle the lineup, with Garcia shift- hand In practice Monday.

They Ve got an excellent team that does some things ing to point guard and freshman Hosie "It really didn't make differ-
game. a extra edge because I'm used to all the
that have given us problems in the past," she said."They. Grimsley moving from small forwardto ence because I figure it is the finishers, physical play."
penetrate''and dish it back out for the three- shooting guard.Freshman not the starters that
make the
really
pointer." walk-on Willie Jackson, difference. Starting doesn't really The Commodores ((10-5( 3-3)) enter
Alabama's leader offensively 5-foot-ll forward listed at 6-0, will make his first start of make a big impact." the game on a three-game losing
Laura Heard, who scores 13.7 points a game. She also the season for the Gators at the for- streak of their own. A pair of guards
collects a team-high 7.6 rebounds an outing. ward position along with freshman Jackson was redshirted this year as lead Vanderbilt, junior Scott Draud
But the Lady Gators, led by juniors Sophia Stacey Poole. a football player and said the adjust- and senior Derrick Wilcox. The 5-11

Witherspoon ((17.1 ppg) and Rhvonja Smith ((16.3)), are DeVoe said Jackson, a P.K. Yonge ment from football to basketball has Wilcox averages 12.1 points a game,
confident not been as quick as he would like it while the 6-2 Draud averages 15.9 a
after Saturday's victory against MSU. prodllct, gives the Gators added ability
to be. But he admitted that his football
"We did win, and it was against an SEC team," and strong defense. game.
experience will help him inside
fight
Whitmire said. "And that confidence." But Jackson is concerned with
always gives you more with the bigger forwards he will face. The Commodores have attempted
UF has more than mere words on its side.The Lady finishing the game than starting, 264 three-point shots to the Gators'
Gators rank sixth in the nation in rebounding, pulling though he was pleasantly surprised "I feel my progress has been good 128, led by Draud's 100 attempts. The
down 46.8 a game nearly 10 more than their oppo- DeVoe named him as a starter. but still slow since coming off football," threat of the three-pointer places an
nents. Also, UF has the country's third-leading play- "I'm always ready to play,but to start Jackson said. "I weigh more than regular extra burden on the Gator defense.see .
maker in senior guard Camille Ratledge. Ratledge, was unexpected said Jackson,who is basketball players because I do '
second on the SEC career assists list, hands out 9.9 averaging 3.5 points and 2 rebounds a play football, and that gives me an Gator, page 14
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the i aepeent 1lorida VOLUME 83. NUMBER 88 McCoy enters plea.5 Emmitt to decide by Feb.15 .15 Student politicians release party platforms By JUDY A. PLUNKETT Vision presidential caiddie iitho parking lis have fli A!h llr o wt-s bu ld s 'l( kIOws soTlt A11 di IhL ols Brownie said he didn't know Tie ha(Ikgro'md of 1rFs thIrt park;g girai, ]r, I pim t IdIuisirarcis ad wll blung Vision party members are prIsomig to bring movie rentals, dry cleaners and phoIOcopy services to the Reitz Union -but administrators already have plans to do it FTe services are part of the party's platform, a list of promises candidates make to students. Vision and the Today parties released their platforms earlier this week to recruit students to run with their party Union director David Kratzer said Tuesday the services Vision listed are part of a long-range plan the Union's Board of Managers recently adopted He said the board surveyed students last spring and those services rated highly on the list of facilities students would like to see in the Union Koch to talk about future of U.S. cities By ELIZABETH CLARKE Alligator Writer Ed Koch, the man credited with saving the financial capital of the United States, may give UF students inspiration for the future, Accent Chairman Richard Brilliant said. By creating new jobs. lowering unemployment and rebuilding New York City's reputation, former mayor Koch helped pull the city out of near-bankruptcy in the mid-1970s. He will receive $15,000 from Accent to speak about the future of American cities Thursday at 8 pm in the O'Connell Center. AdKoch mission is free. 'We got him because he's a vibrant, outgoing speaker, and he's right out of the gate," Brilliant said. "We're getting him before almost everyone else." Koch, 64, recently completed his third consecutive term as mayor and plans to become partner at a major New York law firm, but Brilliant said he is regarded as much more than a former mayor. "le my be the ost charismatic political figure on the U S. political scene today," he said Known for the trademark question 'How'm I doin? -Koch eared celebrity status across the United States and has been vocal in his criticisms of public figures. "Oliver North was controversial," Brilliant said, referring to the retired Marine officer who drew more than 200 protesters when he spoke at UF in November. 'Ed Koch is opinionated," he said. "He is not afraid to speak his ideas on issues." Koch is expected to discuss the homeless, AIDS, health care, crime and other problems rican cities will face in the 1990s. behind that platform the idea of his treas plank ket ause it was urer Candidate D aol Stern Stern could noi be reached for comment Fuesdav One of Today's most visible promises, if carried out, is the addition of emergency blue phones to campus parking lots Today party vice-presidential candidate Jake Jackson said campus security is one of his most important campaign is sues "The call boxes we have now seem to be in the most obscure places," Jackson said UF police said she was spokeswoman Angie Tipton not sure how many campus i Ch C Other orntroJ (verv foor lok, oil (III loddo advot iing arid tobbying against the (urrerli drinking age. reforming campus housIgS current rool mmat selection procedure to ensure no student has to ive with someone who has "obviously conflicting Interests or Ihfiestyles," and creating a cooperative book by students and designed to deok costs 1 intop that, store run crease bo A Vision plank that Browne said wi rest students is theparty's proi seto sprinklers during class hours fo do stdden 111 N um In Io Id a o I po II Uomg s[wdtrnl hklp |11m J all, IRrowne NLd i I l t-Iiiploy 'i 1i i t ( t I [hey Ialmmoiisttors) nort k ,k,[s si nously Browne sold Other VIsion jrourist, are N workiiig to t It( I a stI ti 10 (;arFetsville' s (itv ( ommin I nssion, re-openmg24 hour ( mput~ier a itws, including starting a t omripiut-r laboratory it the law school. and N lobbying o promrole boiler (ImpjiS facilities for disabled silti is Although iny SG platform promised never see the light of day. Browne soltd h, party drafted a list Orat (.In a o m u plishir( within a year -~ -S a.: -. ~~~.1~~"~ ----.-M 4C-~ -t -c --44 .Dragnt UF senior Chris Humphrey seines Lake Alice Tuesday as part of a fisheries class Senators support veto of COAR's funding Although some Student Senators wanted to overturn the COAR Week funding veto, the interim student body treasurer convinced them not to Tuesday night Treasurer Scott Thomas said Campus Organized Against Rape hasmoney to pay for COAR Week speaker Jean Kilbourne in its Infirmary account, a fact COAR leaden refuted. 'The main reason we were going to bring Kilbourne to speak because sexist attitudes are present in the media and they lead to assault," COAR President Wendy Maynard said "It (assault) is a lack of respect. It's sad that we get the same lack of respect from the Student Government administration." Thomas added that if COAR members took money out of their Infirmary account and needed more money from Student Government later, they could ask for it. Senators agreed Sen Charlie Grapski said during the Senate meeting that since senators overwhelimingly voted to give COAR $3,000 last week, he thought the same majority would overrnde the veto But aftermorethan an hourof debating, senators supported the veto -ANTHONY LEDERMAN SGI spring elections 1990 hfi s u ti lti I ,tom .Im c Alligator staff Writer JIlotn ml Il ?1*4 ; 4

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Task force sizes up racial problems, offers goals By GEOFF BOUCHER Alligator Staff Writer A Uptask force spent luesdav afternoon sizing up the problems facing black and Hispanic students and then tried to hammer those campus shortcomings into a comtpact plan of attack, The Quality of Life Fask Force met for the second time and separated minority problems into six broad categories -attitudes and climate, policies, support services, academics, organization and facties. Co-chairman Simon Johnson said the format will help the group form strong recommendations to give admirnistrators ''I don't want to nickel and dimt lhem,' Johnson said Let's go for lie biggie, a( 's get some changes iade Fhe 12 task force m brs pres ct also talked about some specific proposals, such as a mandatory undergraduate course on multi( ultUral exierientes, a pull to gauge students' opinions oil rat 'sm and the establishment of a campus building where minority students could congregate Interim UF President Robert Bryan appointed 19 students and faculty members to the task forte last month, challenging them to lornmulate polius imprcvmg Ili# quality of minority Ilt ni tcimusi *ryan gave (he group ntil April 15 to make recommendations to hepresident'soffice,whbth wil lbe oktupied by President-elet John I ombard after March Bryan set tip the task force i a response to growing racial tension Black students point to recent at titles by white supremacist skinheads,thedefacingofthe Rev Martin Luther Kig Jr monument in downtown Gainesville and the proposed Formation of a white student union as evidence of racism on the rise. The task force agreed that the.1InIg Int, fk.111pAuIS cH iltud Swo Id Ie AInainhiiler oki pnoiirll bkii [Ii he o,[ ththoull Io ai hwv loh n Sil 1Sul host'1tillts% doti exist siiely an the student lIv Look at all thn I I) tice presi (el&it ihlnsoi "Id Ilievie all whit.' males. with a jew white itmales And I doil I hiV le argo ment that there' Sot enough [ualifitI people Oiut there -it's a question of comiin g to going out and getting then CohriIm (Arardo GOn/a lez Said a I o tinttei was ASO needed to bring I -enrohlintit numbers in lioe with Ilorid'a grIIm HISpl~K 1)01u11,111n1 Sousa stories set to song Dana Phinney sings the words from a Dr, Seuss book at the Reitz Union Colonnade ruesday.Phinney is of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Chorallaries, who are currently touring the East coast mixes comedy with music. a member The group Schintzius meets with conduct official By RON KASPRISKE Alligator Witter UF center Dwayne Schntzius met with the Student Conduct Committee chairman Tues, day to decide when he could return to the basketball team, but the results of the meet. ing probably won't be known until today. That's because Student Judicial Affairs of. ficials wouldn't comment on the outcome of the hearing, citing the Buckley Amendment, a law which prohibits the release of information involving students. Chairman Milledge Murphy met with the 7-foot-2 center Tuesday afternoon and also called on his teammate Tim Turner to disscuss the events that led to their suspension Jan. 15 "they just called me in and I told my part,' said Turner, who was cleared for reminstatement after meeting with Student Judicial Affairs Monday "It seemed to be going smoothly, but I haven't seen him (since the meeting)' Turner was reinstated Monday after admitting that he threw the mirror that hit the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house Jan. 14 Schintzius was originally blamed for both ripping the mirror off a Jeep outside the house and throwing it, according to a sworn complaint filed with the State Attorney's Office. DeVoe said after practice Tuesday that Schintzius could return to the team imniediately as long as he was cleared by Student Judicial Affairs and met the coach's request to cut his hair and lose weight "There's no question that he could come back," DeVoe said. "We need him in his right frame of mind and doing what he does best." Schintzius already has missed two games while serving his suspension and is likely to miss tonight's game against Vanderbilt. isIma "t mllcin dic oor I" s, titaO n 2 [et iL i 4 Our ta( ul ,, H'Sot and thco111 ob, no L Fl.Haixt HId Iit' 11,31 I lic 1riA ve(irs II we wan lulm hr1 we XLve to igli lo It[it '1 Although Spe( li nwrg halve II been voted Tio, litaSk hort agr(d on lhi (id iim prove minority alviseient and es tablish muture l,( k itand liosimu role tmfode (i-I I ttm tpu S \vxi huasdav. lho group will (ist uSS iivLi g 5J)akoIt S ti itstily (an mnnorTy 1--Su n d ls de1t11)(t (de iiiwhat ordr tlv ill approach the prbh-mI Campaigns start today; party fined By M D CUMELLA AlliPI.rl r Wrirer Std 't ( "o rnille'nt t t i T o '1c Ic Iltii/"(i a t p]Lit at I1i 'iLT vioi Itt oc ou' ( h.ugtLl I I 14 1iit, iise( 'I prosic uti c d'S{ii lotion ( oin ii i n i :nt d ht r advertisement before the I tit i.il < a.it (it the campaign, which wia li gim I 5 Afierthtvtrdic Elections sofpervl sor Jim Crowlev moved the campaign' S tart to today Crowley Said he changed the date after the Board ot Masters. SG's ver S G spng elections 1990 sion of the Supreme Court, Fuled uha the elections supervisor det ties when campaigning begis %i al prolnbfl students Fru campaigning, which mi cludes handig out Ilyers or adversmg, before that late "it would probably ht mI ,ivervon' best interest to say [lie campaign begm's on Jan 24 at 5 01 ni ," Crowley sad The conissti, a six-mimbr jimel that supervises and regulates elections, fined Vision $10 for the advertstieme l But Vision spokesman Maina Weston said the laws are so vague that ihe party shouldn't be penalized Phe language is sloppy,' Weston said "It needs to be more clear -the laws need to be written better Commissioner Steven Berman said the ruling was an attempt to interpret the laws. "We're not making an ex post facto law we're trying to understand the intent behind the law," Herman said Commissioners fined Vision only $10 because Crowley said party members immediately corrected the problem when he told them it was a violation Vision party could have been fined $50 for the violation The commission also decided that Viston vice-presidential candidate Kevin Mayeux did not violate a similar campaign role when he announced his candidacy at a Jan 16 Student Senate meeting. In his announcement, Mayeux asked for Senators' support The commission ruled the speech wasn't campaigning

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)NI Il Vl\A, ink I "I ELSEWHERE Barry enters Florid A \SHIIN( EON (huI' Ihe wormhl wh'o lured \lavor Maron I ariy [rH [ I or LeTi s1Iill c i[s.,ii1n1 Irstold beilori grind Cu Ir loda, whnlse barry i','oId I plea I'lolt IFrida Alcohol raimit Ill teniti thai It he allowd to (iitnue his h'aing press im Risht'da Haiti Moore, 1, testified beforealederal grand tury im Washington (or [mnore than two hours 11 was Int known what Moore, who wvs working as an I II informant when lairv was ariestd lohursday light, ,Id iml her sri ret telimony BLII her tvstinmony (ould ead to further charges againstt Barry, whonow llteonm idemieanor(ount 11 1.r( k t Ill, os ew n at' snx'ti ]hi' lrst lulE day lktIlay at III HaneIry elden C *tutr. i inl loitioi sibsiitc fbuse pro it or It \trY' Hospital an West Palm Beat h lie I:ill Tehe 2day trealmecit center Monday for what h, attorny sold was iim ak nhot problem Recporters continued to taimp oiide th treatment a alcohol center ,enter and Harry. through his spo(keswonhl In Washmgton, Isued a plea to be left alone lit asked the iedia to please balk off the tenter :or a while to please illow him to get into his walking process In peace," aid spaykeswoman I urma Rackley, who talked to Barry by telephone lhe government remained in thle hands of City Administrator (arol thompson, whom Barry named Friday to run the (ty definitely Barry. 53, was videotaped buying and smoking crack cocane Tursday evening inside a downtown hotel, where he was lured by Moore, according to an, FIll affidavit filed in ourt After his arrest, Barry tested positive for cocame, said U S Attorney Jay Stephens It convicted of the tocamit piSseswi oin charge, Barry could be Sentenced to i to a year III )riot aid a S100,000 fine He will plead innocent and seek a jury trial, said his, attorney. R Kenneth Mundy A hearing is scheduled for Feb 5 Planned bill would raise state sales tax 'AI IAT IASSlt Fla (lIT) A North -lorida egis lIAIr said he planS to 'tirodiiLe a bill dirtig he 1990 legislature to raise he slite sales ax I percent to rahtieIrly 1 bllheon 4 vsar lor sot tal and 'nvirotnuial nitels Rep lid \Iirim, I-Hl,,wtttmI .: hI twiInll eveal tI Is itf [e bill l icm I a n stws i e I Welniesel.lv o allahcssct' lit stid money raised from the I-eri sales tax im rease would pay for khildrens programs, environenial land alcuisitio., affordable housing and colleg programs for selected students I lrndla is th greatest state li ihe lanoin, but we to tws f 'st mt funds I proo mlils 1i ke p it that Noriega cocaine actual WASHINGION ([PI) -AwhitesubstantitLond rpp t beanai kavts ii a witt h house' In Viiarnia irequtiled by MainUel Noriega Wa not (tame as the Army believed but a material used it voodoo, the P!itagcrn) said Tutlsday however, the Army's Criminal Investigation Division -which condu tled tests on the material would tnt immediately idenlify the substance other that to dess ribe it as Lbonding material There was spetilition it Was flour or corn meal in lec 22, Army Col Mike Snell, the commander of a [1 S infantry task force, told reporters that his troops had found 50 pounds of cocaine in a house frequented by Noriega at Fort Amador, a military base used jointly by 11 S and Panamanian forces before the D ec 20 U S invasion he two-story building was inhabited by a Brazilian woman believed to be Noriega's "sorceress" and became knownamong U S soldiersasthe witch house" snel said someofthe suibstarnewas foundwiapped way," said Martin, who is returning to work after suffering from health problems that prevented him from working much of last year. "We've tried in the House of Representatves to dol the best we Lan with what we have, but I don't think! it has been enough." he added Martin, chairman ot the House Governmenial, Operations committee, said a I-cent Increase In the' statesalestax would raiseabout I 4 bhillioneach year He wants half the money to go for children's programs and 25 percent for state purchase of environmentally sensitive land he rest would be used to fund affordable housing and to provide college funding for select tedl ligh Ihol students v voodoo substance In banana leaves inside a refrigerator 'We're sure t's cocaine,' he was quoted as saying Gen Maxwell Murman, commander of the IT S Southern Command based in Panama, later repeated the allegation, saying that 50 kilos -not pounds of cocaine belonging to Noriega had been found A kilo equals 2 2 pounds "They found a white, powdery substance wrapped in banana leaves in a refrigerator and thought it was cocaine," Wood said "It looks like cocaine. But CID did tests on it aid it turned out to be 'bonding'material "We found out we were wrong The contents of the banana leaves apparently were used in Noriega's magic "bonding rituals" against opponents or persons he wanted to control, officials said Nonega, who surrendered to U S fomes Jan 3, is in jail in Miami awaiting trial on federal drug trafficking and racketeering charges. Florida farmers hurt by freeze to receive aid lAI[AHASSE (UI) -Federal officials will waive mortgages and rent payments for some of the farmworkers who lost their jobs due to the Christmas freeze, Gov Bob Martinez said The governor said he received a letter Monday from the Farmers Home Administration state director L ames Cherry Jr informing him the agency has granted his request for the payment waivers for FnHA -supported housing Martinez asked President George Bush on Jan, 11 to declare seven South Florida counties federal disaster areas The order could affect thousands of families in Broward, Dade, Collier, Kendry, Lee, Monroe and Palm Beachcounties Bushalready hasdeclared those counties federal disaster areas because of freeze damage and approved the governors request for disaster unemployment assistance "Right now the biggest concerns of unemployed farmworkers are how to make the next housing payment and how to pay for the next bag of groceries," Martinez said in a statement. "e federal government has lifted one of those burdens for many of the farnmworkers while we help them meet their other needs" The letter from Cherry said the FmHA will grant a moratorium on mortgage payments through its singlefamily program, which provides low-interest loans to buy houses. Waivers will be approved on a case-by-case basis and borrowers who have reduced incomes also may qualify for interest subsidies that can be granted along with the moratornum. Individuals needing the housing payment waiver can apply through local FmHA offices The FmHA also has agreed to waive payments to the agency from local housing authorizes that operate 15 FmHA-backed farmworker housing complexes for an esimated 3,000 families. The waivers will allow the housing authorities to reduce tenant payments. 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WI I INI SPAY LANi IARY 24. 144, AllIGAR., Jail and Bail to raise money for cancer research By LISE FISHER Alligator Writer Ical physician Robert Casey wasn't worried about being wanted by shenff's deputies Instead, he jogged from downtown Gainesville to a makeshift jail at the Oaks Mall, where he raised more than $5,000 for the Amencan Cancer Society 1990 Jail and Bail program, which began Tuesday Volunteer judges set bail for people brought in by deputies for phony charges hose who are jailed pay their bail by to]lecting pledges from friends For the first time, volunteers also will stalf an or-campus jail today on the Orange & Brew patio University police officers will arrest people on campus, but they won't disrupt class. said Michele Green, who helped coordinate the event. "Some people don't understand that They really want to humiliate people Ed Nordyke, transportation coordinator for the Oaks Mall jail, said he would like someone to turn n t l football th Steve Spurner "It's been quite evident that for [ie past year lie's been the most wanted man in Gainesville," he said "Now he's wanted by the American Cancer Society The University Police Department already has warrants to arrest 50 people Wednesday. By filling out an arrest form or calling 37.8974, individuals and orgamizatee lot olfividials is s'I while rcuInii lions pay 25 The Oaks Mall Ja., which will cpeTale through Mhursday, ( charges S25 ttir all r rests and also requires a lior or a tall t the fail of 'II-JAIL Mondays Oaks Ma] ill plaLWdsI Sti 00 and held 75 jailbirds, Volunte I s hope Ili raise more [han s120,000 for t ancer rI search community education u( anor patients and their families Plasma donors earn cash By DOERE SASSE Alligator Writer UF sophomore Tony Schmidt recently sat in the lobby of the Alpha Plasma Center, waiting to donate He'd seen a television commercial about plasma donations earlier that morning and decided that sellingpart of his blood might help him pay back money he owed his roommate just came here on the spur of the moment," he said About 40 percent of the donors at the center are students, director Susan Hamblen said Most other donors are part-time workers and those with minimum-wage jobs The center processes more than 1.600 units of plasma each month and pays donors $15 for each visit. After four visits, donors can get bonuses. About 200 donors come twice a week, Hamblen said Unlike whole blood, which takes eight weeks to replenish itself, extracted plasma is replenished within 48 hours. REGGIE GRANT -ALLIGATOR UF freshman David Weiss has given plasma eight times. Donors sit in lounge chairs while tubes are inserted in their arms. They squeeze a rubber sponge and blood flows into a centrifuge, where blood cells are separated from plasma While the plasma goes into a collection bag, the cells are mixed with a saline solution and immediately reinfused into the donor Within about 45 minutes they've donated 577 to 815 grams of plasma, depending on their weight, and health. Hamblen said height There is no danger of infection because equipment that comes in contact with blood is discarded after each use, Hamblen said fle plasma is used to fight bum and shock trauma, treat hemophilia and suppress infections after organ transplants, she said McCoy submits not-guilty plea By MIKE DAME Alligator Staff Writer LIE Inior Ionny McCoy d sca'g defe'isvt I atile the Gators football teim last season, itered a wrnii plea of not guilty tuesday lo six rirniial charges siiming from an alleged sexual assault of a IE sudeni I November McCoy, 21, did not appear at his morning arraigine-rl in Alachua County Court, but his plea was Filed by his attorney, H untley John son Assi siant state Attorinev Maty Day Coker, the prosecuting at (tIrney, aid a lIa I d a has not been set but likely will take place in April he state charged McCoy Monday with armed k (al ping, aggravated assault, two counts of saiple alnerv and two counts of armed sexual btterv McCoy wasiidefinitely suspended roin il-llootal team Nov 20 -the day he was arrested -and has heIn out of jail on $25,000 bond since Nov 22 The 6-foot-1, 265-pounder was arrested In (oIIet ion with Ihe sexual assault at knfepoin if a 22-yearold female UFstudent -a woman he hascalled hisgirlfriend Alachua County jail records showed McCoy allegedly assaulted the victim and forced her to perform oral sex Afterstabbing herm ithechest with the knife, heallegedly told her she was going to die Resisting [he attack, the victim also suffered cuts to her right hand, am and leg, and scratches on her chest The incident was not McCoy's first contatt with le law last May, McCoy allegedly kicked and punched a co-worker at a Gainesville supermarket A sworn com plaint for battery was filed, but the viclim later dropped charges Still Openings For Non-Credit Athletic Improvement Class Open to all UF students Physical examinations required for participation Organizational meeting January 24, 4:30pm South End Zone Meeting Room, Football Stadium For further information call 375-4683 Ext. 4994 kajes rose cod Boxsd and rosied onywhsero In the U S A 14.95 Thenh Addictio" 8 9 -UivAv 373662 9f you can't At kt us! 373W556 211 West Univeskiy-next door to Central city CUT $.95 Pen 534.96 Highlight Ffl $1'S) USne MI $19.95 *tihmpwoo loqng tsa j eeec -lw ya n i bo y First e Fiat ly Fit lm a t see os al 50% OFF All Winter Merchandise RODERICK'S aamde Clothing fh the Young F1traional Creekeide MM 3501 SW 2nd Ave. ope Manday hrou0 Saturday 10 377-0902 Alteration Extra AU Saksm MnaI

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Aity com isnioners make decisions stiudeult government, if you don't vote, alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Ma aging Editor Mary Shedden like that and, like you can't complain Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Letters Policy re o c 1,o 1ro. A se tre.A 200 wfos ,30i ,,e y to paer te sound SO yII I(ublespa'r 11' 'C c ey Shou'd &,1 'le a tosl nime address ard Isiephrre ,ur r,, pa ,,, I' II W ", I An 'o.hr 'O1s I'l e 1 hi Pe 'Iy jeskons cal Artheoed Qr1a "Aedr o 3 AIt Do your part to save our earth here is a hole i our atmosphere, the rat ioresls Are almost goi ind a super fund toxic waste Lie C o InII)U to threatn GmesvfAle's drnng wattr I lo Colege student d1) It, save aIi tni ]r pLin.( her, ire solme general suggttt'hrlto help ow Ilr First change the way yhulive sIIiid> Ihillsta )U sirl slowly [Iiidoniaehhbt o I voirshIa I, (Itrimemtal I 'he plan t and change 11 -l A% I-nur example, everv ironing krJ. sIr[ prew dLy litakil of toiutt tptolopt (l '110k Volt' A,kku dir~icg 11h, load dash to pour urst LlAs. \uJLu (In not ]Lke sirniloom, bt I hat is all IAig]iulod has Icr likeouc Next time bring your own ng iken! itI 01 o 1)t pat, I)Lke It on A e pointr od ask or mitre ImT your own eivIronmenhtaI!v .Niive, reusable mug N)ot will make I ,taee idl il thi. ugly, (Ipossible, toxic slA rofoami (Iup, (boo 1ii'N) You might be saying, I Air nv one person aiiti that IS only one (Up'" Blit eIts take out a calcuilator and say for a minute you Practie ibis save the world coffee ritual live tines a week lirt is live (ips .1 week, 80 cups a semester and 640 { up) over your college career -a few more for sone o us Picture tainted image of student Editor: I felt that I should write and express my views since my picture was on the front page of The Alligator, and a lot of people probably already have an opinion of me -but they haven't heard my side. I'll start off by saying I AM NOT A RACIST' I'm a firm believer in letting everyone express their ideas freely, as long as they are not violent toward other people. [feel thereisnoneed forawhite student union, or a black student union, or any individual race union I feel there should be an all student union to aid any student no matter what race, color, or gender, if they feel they have been discriminated against in any way Though these are my feelings about the white student union. I Al Benla nin Ip'aulz AVING THE WORLD \wIay there T( a I, I I) ol iswho shut ishuiIk ') rI Is tha rr lIO 00 tius Say thnt every unly%,r sky r lit bh,1i'p lm pair.ju t TIT L I t i 11s13 ttI ifl Is ml1i1 vo art [el iutI one stidle I I o1 o Iany toniernietld, buddig ativisis wir Ii thange theworld tr The better [he osis oT eionvioinelal protection Are gAtl irl i uL mIviAb~ ireh[ by highly orga t A pprohiji, 1t, Willing and able to lobby elki :evlI' inauulsl anyTbimig ii their selfish interest, I lies people usually triumph over the difluseand urnrrgum/ed iteresis of the air-breathmig pubit 1 1 hep I At v ii lt-iitnjml Atinu (Aroup is (IIs iL dItii sake io tie plane It Vou rare about Ito enlviroinmef (Iol siiams your l, you should 1 east lend yorir ViCii it's your earth, get involved Benjamin Pargian A president fthe Enternn i (All dcirn Group and camrres hi own auog a Hageland at least ive times a week feel it could function asakon racist mgaTngaunon I Thought I would then kout thisurganzatio, ard see 'I it would address a problem that I feel sAn't addressed -racism directed against whites lenpnig a member
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Students, businesses happy with Expo By JUDY SCHRAMM Alligator Writer Although some students griped Iiesday about having to walk all the way around the OConnell Center to enter Career F xpo, both students and employers agreed it paid off Barry Shiflett, assistant director of the Career Resource Center, said about 178 companes were represented Shiflett said 4,204 students attended this sprig's event. Expo took place in the O'Connell Center tor Ihe setoml tie, ioviig tron its prv tou location in the Nun [nUnion lullrorim I like he (lhone better than I lie Rt(t/, said (loria Sheflield Irom the Iloreda )Ilic I of the Audlor General t'" not so noiSy and there's a lot niore raom Ill student and Expo director ot rgsitra titn aid reception Marcia Hars said lhet O'fone is a better place for Expo bet auste i allows all the employers to be there at once "Before we had it i the Union over a period of three days," Harris said Fle event was divoltd Into Li t h }Ct'th &, n Ii hii]s I] I coullif day, Students al(iidinig I' Xpo ltI with eiplov er5 arid tned to esullish imterviews or later in the semester I given prioriy. students could reserv( to irviVIw tfis at (olm puter terminals WI ltip in the O nnril ( t I ter. 'The main pJocti of this is for students to get priority interviews," Harris said IYoul have a foot in the door when the bisimnores return Reporter says court records need to be public By MOLLY JALEMAK Alligator Writer Court records must be kept public, an award-winning journalist from The Washigton Post told a small group of faculty and graduate students Tuesday as he munched on potato chips and drank apple juice "Drug defects, car safety and malpractice are all issues I found to be kept out of the public eye." Benjamin Weiser said Weiser was in Gainesville to receive the UF journalism school's fourth annual Brechner Freedomi of Information Award Hie shared the award with co-worker Elsa Walsh The team discovered that judges in the Washington, [.C, area routinely seal civil court files When a hospital investigated one of its cardiac surgeons in the deaths of four patients, the doctor sued the hospital -knowing the hospital would not want the bad publicity that would accompany a lawsuit. Weiser said he case was dropped and the files sealed. but Weiser and Walsh uncovered the story The doctor is now practit ng at a hospital in Maryland Weiser said companies pay prosecutors to put gag orders on cases "It is legal and ethical to get a gag order for an increased settlement," Weiser aid "What we're saying is that there is a flaw in the system that allows this I I I I)AY IANI'WY I It'k I #o AItVR Polls show students opinions By GEOFF BOUCHER Alligalur Stali Writer Residents it UF dorminorto, gentr lly like their residence issistait building security. but they irtil ri tilrly load of jnisate Nex or h: Imlk rcolas t hey list-, II ( ordine I f} November pol] [le 4 r470 udN i whlI rel rittd the 48-question survey answered quesoi ab it themselves, Ih plat ts I ty live and the people they live wih Housing l)irector James Grii said ITe 1nony Itus responses, which are IIId it gauge UF's seree, prm id settl surprises -both gound and had wasn't expecting he severe set Survey Dee 8 de s/an Over 120 Aerobic Classes Weekly You'll get the areas widest variety of aerobic classes at the times you want them. From our beginning to our high intensity classes, you'll get Gainesville's most dynamic instruction To supplement your workout, choose from hundreds of pieces of exercise equipment featuring Nautilus, Stairmaster, Lifecycles, Liferowers, and more. we even have an indoor heated pool and a restaurant. With memberships starting as low as $19.95 a month, you can start a healthy lifestyle today. Gainesville Health & Fitness Center Call' Tday For A Free Visit Men &WOmnenWeilgateegeqcy 377-495 WomenOnlyThornebrookVillage 374-4634 C! To the Sisters of Pi Beta Phi, "It Pt, /4) Thanks for all the love. Thanks for all the care. Thanks for all that We have and will share. Love, S, P.C. '89 Pi Phi Pledges 201 A WED. ONLY CLUB Alternative Dance Music DOORS OPEN AT 10 PM $2.00 ADMISSION 18 YRS. and OLDER with 1.0. Why did the ddien cng the madl To get a copy of The Alligator!I C'Cf zt" AVisit ur Club AMovin 0

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SURVEY u x ,. n : I I I It I dr lieun reade: ) IT SI I L J (I r Nult ol e I' Ae k 1) li I I I II II I I I k I I I Ii I ( li I r LLI tii h ] 1 '" Muee Ivoa a |-t II .I )IIII l i h T II a t I r I It Ilie It L m d(ftit[N& S lit ottrall (I pv veigsage was 2 SIT. e lIUI{, rtsidlnIhtldtI27I(,] waiNone.n am II hJJKbs*ul *e Im tT ( r ( IIe MODELS WANTED For the 1991 WOMEN OF U.F. & MEN OF FLORIDA calendars OeP P,pe R taf cs sary Interviews Reiiz Union Room 122 NL)men January 26 27, and 2B 1 to 6 pm Mo.n February 2 3 and 4 1 to 6 pm $5 00 processing fee call 374-7195 for more Inform.iIon i I T I .,[ I oh b~ I I I Z X I IT In T I n IIII ) I I iII : I IITII, n f u le n 111'e 1

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VI [,INI I])\\, I \N. UR I I' U l (, OR I BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Iligator lassifieds FOR RENT: UNFURN. I Classifications 1 For Rent -Furnished 2 For Rent -Unfurnished 3 Mobile Homes For Rent/Sale 4 Sublease HouSe/Apt. 5 Roommates 6 ForSale 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? Clatilieds will oegin TW/) DAYS after they are placat Ads mailed in or placed at thin Union or Shands may tkcs THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of lime Ind be canceLled at any time Sorry but tmere can De no re FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED New turn 2b( 2ba condo was/dry, security locks pool, entils racquet ball $475/mo Call collect' 407 876 4207 1 24 10 1 WALK TO UFI Furnished Room, Share i/bathi Ch/ac prefhr 2 grad students. $180 includes utilitiesI 37 66052. 378 8122 1-31-101Rockwood Villas 3drleb. nmmt need for own fully furn bdr/bem rice Condo All e'tra./included $225/mo Dan 33-9332 1 24-1-I GEORGIA EAGLE HALL A male Co-OP 3blks to UF Single cc wkIelaundry facilities I002 W Univ 376-979 1-26 7 1 Need to sublet 2br apt in H BomSaeard 'inmediately $335/mo and no deposit down Call Crystal at 373-019 1 25 0 2 Private EnIrance DR, F kIcten privileges, rost utI, turn walk to LFE 1740 NW 3rd p 11SISmo 372 2284 1 24 3 1 STUDENTS ONLY 2Room Studio Apt turn parily turn $210 irc all util 373-4593 Keep Trying 1-26 4 WANTED N/S/F tr own room 'n 3 bdr house, call 376-OlS 1-29-5 1 Own bed/bath in 2bedbatlh turnished mobile home Close Ad campus, Spring students only $175 & 1/2 Utilities 335 9075 1 26-4-1 J How to place a classified ad: In Person I.', A I A r 01' 'I W J -t A No' I M M I n r'4/. Si' K~ M By Mail 1 ,0 11 -D s A A 1 0 o By Phone 373-FIND Km 'r, A ~ lI M How to correct or cancel your ad Can ceIlon NoI n cnA &i I n Noraunscbeygiven Alligator errors I i as in ,ioS try I II 1 Al [JI I, I~ >4 Ijr rili Kr Y (,n, S 4 C -I 0 I "I i Colra,' Sr. Customer error or changes .1 .r,'eo d 4e';n' A i 0 0''' 1 iTIT NOON There will be a $2 00 correction f FOR RENT: FURN. Lae 1& 2 or apt neatly turn'shed no pets convenient to UF a downtown $250 275 mo 376-5957 1 29 5 1 Urban[ take Over Ldease Remodeled condo across from law school 374 9609 1 26 5 A Eticiency furn or unturn. close to UF one person no pets quiet privat, Patio free cale 'V. $225/mo p ies Call378 2016 1-28 3-I1 Ap or n ro oday Ft300flO ds 0o 4402 SAV 10 Tor AI Be Fast 371 9638 Yonca 1 25 2 1 CENTER COURT Apts 2bd ceder dng by UF c,,1 air very nice, must see 1210 NW 11 Ave Office 411 NW 15 St 371 0769 14-30 S I FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Santa FE CC I BOR $270 $280. 2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440 Sea Plus LMR Pool. laundry no core or does Santa Fe Trace Apis 376-1190 4307I2 Oak Glade Apts Near U & VA quiet washer/dryar available in most unt, for $15 mO Cats Allowed IB 28, 1 2 Beth 1250-$350 see A mr 372 6422 4-30752 Arlington Square -Apis for the serious sliudent or professional next to the Hip podrome, i bdr from $365, 2bdf from 850. uptown living dowlowni 370-Al62 1 31-17 2 Colonal Oaks ?br $31s' uly Iose 10 ur 22 12A 1 1 2 he townhouse Ok ,p d"hwdsher kW I If 376 3133 IBlocktraonUP largelRooir'sirrepa'd Co, Cab, no:w Call (,rg 376 329' $50 5 5 ro ,r r I Bicycle Club Move in Special soup Son us 2br'2ba great rooi te i loor plan great ameniti.s call for d .1 377-2220 1 31 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOMA APT ON, Y $260 MIT I yONS Ap. 4000 SW 20TH AV 377-8797 4 In' INCREDIBLE Efficiency Apt SIarting at $195 I Bedroom Sterling a S215 2 Bedroom CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 110 NW both Ave 378 398 375 386 4 30 'N I MON TI NT -REL '06' $235 ord C9 3 or t)R rBA4 HOur 8y UF I0 NW '0 Wood I our Ion fit A, Cdr a'' Co I I Task 5' 0 S 11 0769 300 WINDMEADOWS APTS .2 a& Bedroom Pool. Tennis, Laundry 2712 SW 34th St A 373-3558 WILLIAMSBURG APTS AVAILABLE NOWi i 1 2 TH & 3 sdrms Pool, Laundry 1 Block to UFfShands 2000 SW neiS9 St *** 375-1253 MOUNT VERNON APTS 1 & 2 Bedrooms PoolLtaundry Close to UFShande 2370 SW Archer Ad *** 372-538 2 13 15 2 3bd)I 12 5 townhouse in SW area 475 ma tirnt, lasi and security Avail Feb 1 Areer Iyr lease 332 4567 1 24 5 Apt or rent take over lease I br Pinorush Apt. Will pay $)2 deposit Ph 335 3196 leave ag 1 24 5 2 A spacious 2000 eq ft 3 or 4 bdr 2ba, poo house 1 1/2 mW neat of LF 216 WUniv Awe $25/lo Appr only 374-5340 or 376 613 1 25-5 2 WA4ER/AYER INCL. 2 BEDROOM/2 SATm I IIOAOgf/$ OAygh OXFORD MANOR 377-2776 1312 Mature NIS female, own room in a houe Pool, kitchen. I 12 mile to UF Rent $I 5tmo a utities Call 374 5430 or 371 618$ 1-25-5-2 2bdrm 1bth house on quiet at Fenced yard, pet ok, I ati ast/dep/teas. NW Central, 3 miles to UF 8385 375-6345 1 29 5 2 Walk to UFlI Studios $210 to $225 1820 NW 2 Ave (by O'Dome) & 1222 NW o Av Now or Falt. Office 411 NW IS St 3710760 1-30-S-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. ','ia 'adr apt n Town Parc pool clb rouse or rwn maro,'laely $5soimo II 1 335 0070 1 10 5 2 314 NW 14th SI 2bdrrIla 3biks from UF $ZOS'mo Century 21 John Merrl no 3,2 1195 1 24 1 2 N'S semi studious MIT needed for api 3 locks from campus $135irr plu l;2 of ul''os and last months nenT 373 2596 1 25 2 2 Cisablanca East 2bdr2 a 'ro now 'ownhouse hasod screened porh Poo $4 75 ,o 0 402 Canl 335 0440 Warsn ReallyiHolern 2 6 ?O 2 I Ard 4bed'2bat III Jobe s Ca pAr big yard o courI nra argo re room W/gnantilrepace 565011r ma shA lio, 38 P016 1 I3 2 POOMMArE WANTED' Male In sai ?bdr'Zba luaury townhouse for 1 2 rent 1 332 3022 afternoons 3320 79 eves '5 3 ? MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE 1984 Skylne ?bd2ba 14 60 Mus1 see many e1as $8500 abo Local 451 m130 or 39Z 71 Iask for Susan 1 255 3 1970 MOOILE Horn 1r sale 12 A 58 2br 1ba fenced in yard *Ith shed A awn'iq $4500 rig 373 420? or 47 2928 at1er S 30 pm 2 10 3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Apt awat own Bdr/ba rct wasriory Lakewood Villas $240/mo Jan Feb dp ies Calor 373 4129ask foryia 1 2510 4 Landmark 2 9R, 1 1/2 OATH townhouse diahwasher $380 nag very close ro campus pes On 338 1042 leave mes sage 1 29 5 4 Room for al in 2bdr/2ba in Oxford Manor $239 0mo ,/2 Aill 373 7135 for more info N,,d as soon as possible female 1 24 5-4 Sublease ap. UN, 2bdIba Camelot pool view, barbecue fireplace 550mo 373 5784 1 24 5 4 Sublet 2bdr apt until Aprl 90 $350/mo & uil Negotiable HomMedead Apt 3611 SW 34th SE 335-5493 1 25 5 4 2bdr/ba large rooms, carport, wash/dry connections $270/mo Come by/Call 1943 NE Ma1h way, G Valle ph 335 1984 I 26-5-4 Sublet Ibd en new carpttrefrig unfur mished $225 Ireq 280) & furnished $28 (feg 330) a mo 2nd floor ph 375 3305 1-26-S-4 Sublet garage apt 2bdrm behind Norman Hall un4l May 18th $300/mih 1021 SW 10th Ase Call 377 Sf1 or 371-3425 125-3-4 SUBLEASE APT. one bd n a 2b4/2b. T'eho" Il"e, pool W'd furm' 5,50/mo, Mndi or Michell. -335.7755 '-30-"-4 S ROOMMATES Newly Furnished Townhouse close to LFE F for own be in Ig bdr wet/dry, cable. pool, $200/mo to share or $300/mo for own room 338-0036 1-25 40 5 ROOMMATE WANTED NS ME $200/ni 1/2 ut 8200 sec Large, nice & neat apI 2bdrm 2 1/2 bath Call Tim 332 3248 1 25-10BRANDYWINE Fm, own rm wwtr bd, fully turn 2bdrelba apt Many xras $210/mo 1/3 util Near MF 373 0024 1.29.8-5 i to share comporto Da townhouse $22Smo .tr 2 util y Lrn.s hd >bd, I SW I-'i wAish MN 627 4 S Roommate wanted 10 $dri wiln 00, own room briksto snice ap 1O 'no esc please call anytrimer 3 IS 61 r 4 MF NIS own od/ba in Rockwood V iia. new 'u"y 'rn washo'dryo $"2S 1/4 9891 1 24 5 5 H-I P I need a or, 'lend y olo N a mmt Oxford Manor Ap JI ill h1 Av' Now' 37?8034 r _445 -N S for own mas'arhdr bri I C A[ ip near UF turn w krr Aoi' fI' dwnst swash dry qo1 Ira I> ve mas 1 /5 5 1 Noor' for rn l's .ienr/operciass pel0' I Rock ViWas Sou, and goI arhod 30.' Ins 1 5 VrYCAYA ? Mt Rrls 1,,r I 1r~res oil S' II no-,,, v '9 S I i '0 b color. s 0,11 C 1842 1 25 5 $ NW lOUSIac screen room unfair 3ra b499 2 3 FMN, po'ch $165 To 1 10 5 -run) ia' a y eI rI to U SI CC 1.3 r No ,' MMT needed 'ar spac'o, 3drr R'ce O',tAp. .$55ss,>rs 33 sAM 25 5 5 SPYGLASS One mrrr r'edp III contain MIAMr ii'1 r4' I'1$.4 A AIH Red or I. 1 14 10jj oug 1 26 5 n MASTER BEDROOM S119 o I privaleenlrance phanl And cab''o "110' ,ri room M Or -iv I p CAIl I A I 1 3019 1 26s5 I Pay 2 leases' F for house or Awl $1307mno will nego Cvnap' 2 b s to Ut wash/dry bl Hardwood floos 3/3 5656 376 1655 1 24 3 5 Wifiamsburg Village F Immi ror townhouse $240/mo + 12 Art Medsias Call matter Sp 336-4257 or Joanna bef So 375 1253 1 25 4 5 JAN FREE Brandywine F N/S needed I share a master bdr lurnished 2bdba only $137/mo i/a utVlIlies cell 335 9046 1 20-5-5 Enviromentally aware dri/f no roommale wanted I block 10 UF 1920 3 house hrr wood fir Sbath 110 + 115 ulil call 373 9145 1 2-5-5 Room avail M/F In 3bd/2ba house near Polos Private or share bath, rent nAg 1/3 unII Call Joe or Bosso at 374 $820 2-2-10-5 Owf bdrtba F, 4/2 ut0l A 521 5mA many extra@, Regency Oas Call Amy 372 7627 1-29-5-5 ROOMMATE WANTED Oxford Manor NS M/F Own bedsbth $250 moath/ 1/2 utilities Call 378-9439 Leave Message 1-29 5-5 MF roommate needed for3bd/2ba house 1 ?Wino a uti 372 3095 1 29 5 5 Jan Free At SPYGLASS NOW 3SdOBa OWN BDtBA FOR ONLY $227 A MONTH PLEASE CALL Chris 335-671 1-29-5-5 DESPE RATE Liberal em 10 occupy been bdr in modern Sbdr house in quiet, safe area Big Fenced yard, no pls WD. VCR, skylights Approt 2in NE of UE 11180/mod & V3 til 376 4138 Jon or Martha 1 29 55 Class f laeds. Continued on next page. I ROOMMATES E31

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ROOMMATES 1 1 r .loppi 4 1 1 r or ~ ~ i I I-l t 1 1I .i I t IP ,i I, ,II 1 her 1 e N Mi cr H~o r i eI nde. 'rr r hin I Sor r Ar'in ln i $I I Il % I I I ,' 65,' 1 5 3 5 Nei Utarelace Al 3/O $140 ro 'oa 37 ; rge tit l w q 4 4 I 1 9-1 SW 6 110' 1 1 h S I >PYGI ASS Jan ,onr irei Lr own Dodr bath walk in ioset D W micro $?3'mo & 3 epl 135 //20 335 '/48 33590 '955 Nons 'i M rodeoo 0 share bdrm r led I bor apt walking disance ro Lmpti Call 376 1 83 tor details 1 29 5 S OAKF OHL ST M I Mastr bedroom in ?dr ApT $250,mo & 1 2 rl 335 6189 1 6 10 5 MF N SID shar eoDO 3Da poolsidecondo Micro wash dry Mu st be neat sludious but 'Un S150 DO No gays Bob 336 4015 63 1 5 rmmt *arted M io share 2bdr apt 1 ilk fror tL Cal| day angh' 371 78093 ask jor Ty 1 30 5 S I I s Own bedroom i 2 bedrm I oath apt Ciean & stud aus $165 Me & 1 2 uill Ave' Now call Pail, it 3/4 4970 'ave Message 1 30 5 1 POOMMA rF' NS quiel A sudoas $200 m own bed I bath, wash/dryer 1 3 SA 200 sec F An condo Cal 336 1600 1 26 1 e I I s 'D L'are cure condo near i & SF mvco $1 0 mea 1 r 1 Toie' 2bdr/ I I ? CC urndr pool I dill 336 4763 Id 3 6 FOR SALE BRAND NAME COMPUTERS As ow as 2Surr no $down F RF Ialalogue over 50 000 cuSlorners 1 800 825 7?83 30 or Apin i Kelwood Sony and 30 mOre rard drl .r 1 II our New Localion Car Stereo Spec.al sts 3215 NW 13 St 37? 20D 4 30 /56 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldes, bei and lowest priced car stereo Store In town 372-2010 2201 ilNW 1381 4 30-IS" Rockford. Fongae, Yemehe, Pioneer, Infinity. Kicker, Cod. Alarm The Best Car Steora Installers In town Car Stereo to Go 375-1934 4 30 75 6 RUGS AND CARPETS Affordable rem nap!s for your dorm or apartment We detrvet Ray s Rugs 535 SW 4Th Ave 377 5265 6 blocks E of Campus 2 6 20 CAR ALARMS installed remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed Will demo Call 336 9193 student lv message 2 28 34 6 CLEARANCE SALE many iTems 1O choose from Jewelry TV' cameras, VCR a etc Best Jewelry & Loan Pawnsnop Sale is on Till everythig a goralI 1 25 10 5 BEDS SEOS *EDOS Dressers, Clesi, Bookcases. Sofaf, TV carts Entertainment centers and more at the lowest prices n Gsinesvill. 371 4422 Oumas Discount 1421 ME 0 AnS 2-216COMPUTER Packard Bell 265, 12mhz 40mb hard drive, 5 251 2 floppy 3 SC 4 4 Floppy. Tml rram vga hira color monitor yr warr 4 mths on-side. $1849. CAI 335 1300 2-20-14-6 Car Alarm., Autopge, Chapman Nes and Car Stereo. Plone,. Sanol, Sherwood, and more We Beat All Priceds! 373-3754 4-30-196 Packard Bl1 computer with monitor and Okidata printer includes ATI DOS and word processor sowar* $1400 bo 375 6082 1-30-10-6 I NiShiki 10 speed. red. quick release wheels, $17 8250 new I single bed with pine wows ?ram. 41 00 375-35fl Dennis 1-24--6 3 piece sectional couch, good conditions. eight green, $100 332-4547 1224-5 0 FOR SALE SULRF BOARI) Nsiuril Art of rr I In ir me eenr corrIion $'S I/I ,'To' I I Ib N I mneriat onal racing ake Ii ac1 cond Index shill 21 5 1 Mal see $125 on Call Phil .11 395 j08i 1 24 5 6 Orims jor sale Mus 5011 Make Jell 375 69 1 5 piece 1 ido ca tis ofler Asking S250 Call 25 5 6 Electrre typewr, erg IBM Selectric wde carr age ball element $150 Smith Carona8000 wide carriage oltice model $100 Both ine new cond 373 3135 7 25 5 6 18 sod Ya ore outr ng bike nearly new' All Simand parts Includes rack water bot lie pump, oe Clips vit gel seal $400 481 9358 1 2-5 5 WORD PERFECT 5 1 Latest release from Elre Computer Systems $135 #335 1300 PC-3 LAPTOP Great, for class notes $230 from Eric 0335 1300 PRINTER 24pIn Loller uilty from E lie S305 A335 1300 2 6 13 6 JETSKI 87 650 SX Excerient Condition, WiTrarler Never Used in Salt Water $2500 332 3565 1 26 5 6 Compater ala 104 Ost 720X 3 5 drive IMB ram color Mon tor printfer over $700 in software must sell $1000ioba 372 2327 1 26 5 6 E etic GOu tars Krammer focus 2000 nalez Ar'ist each with hard shell cases $250 each, firon call 336 4502 1 26 6 PEUGEOT 12spd man s road bike Excel line condition, S115 or best oller Call 336 8491 1 25 4 6 MOPED FOR SALE -in excellent Condi ion JAWA $285 BAkes & More 2133 NW 6th at 33 6574 1 24 3 6 Oseen Waterbed headboard nImrror Leader, line mattress pad sheets padded rils, delivery a set up $199 For ran 335 0578 1 26 S 8 Canon Fi camera wIAE motor drive FN 1psH3I lenses, Canon 199Aspoedlit. silk ur'pod filters, beg $800 obo Call Hays 335 9582 1 24-3-0 ** Liquidaloo ** For Sale ** ing size waterbed $150 Livngrem SeT Dtningrum set End tables Lamps AltGreatCond Call Rob 370 2967 1 24-2 6 TWIN8ED FOR SALE $75 Call Leslie 335 9455 1 25 3 4 KENMORE FRIDGE approx 2 cubic feet Cheapl ($75) Will Deliveri 330-0991 Leave Message 1 24-2 6 10 spd bike, very good cond $50, pots pans & dishes 30 both neg MUST SELL Call 371 4989 1-24-46 ITEMS FOR SALE Six speed Nashiki all lerrah $220 obo, maltresses $15 eac. chairs $15 each, weights and woighibench $45 Ob I ineersied call 336-0296 1 24 26 MICRO CENTER, Computers 376146 Editor's choice I ConpuAdd Northgate H P Price same or lower than mail order Systems below include Imb. 40mb 28ms), graphics motor MC2812 1106, Packard Bol 1295. MC M8sS $1495. Northstga 38420 $2300 PB 2M laptop wI hd A battery $1999 Corrpurkdd S10 ill 20mb A graphics monior -070 1 a year warranties Onpsie warranties Psnasonic I ato printer $145. HP Laser .t IS $1049 4110 SW 34th St 1 308 W Univ Ave 4-30 65-6 IBM -XT, S12K. dual floppy. color monitor, L Q printer. modem, desk, programs I yearold AskigO1100 3958797 1-25-3-8 Cs, Storeos speakers for sale Digital 24 station preset, 20in 200* Pioreer speakers Pai $250. Asing $130 395 8797 1 25-3-0 TV Sony Timnitron Color Excellent Condition $45 Call 335-9323 Leave Message 1-25-26 FOR SALE I r 0 N w Atr r I I 332 167/ I 25 26 SOFA G0) CONDII ION $200 CAIl FVFS3 36 331b1 10 5 6 COMPULF N Apple ilc monocrome mopor, Apple Scribe pri1er AppIPwOrka & other software $450 obo Call Jason 336 4229 Ross mena 10 speed bike $70 GreaT price' Sofa and desk only $100 and a small washer and dryer at $500 Call Ivone at 336 1593 leave a message 1 30 5 6 DealI New turbo it 640k 2 360k drives maioch, graphics 2ser) 2par, I game po, I clical Hard drive optional $895 KevIn 372 5158 1 30 5 6 bicycle brand rew must sail N'h'k' colorado sacric, 332 0940 keep Trying 130 5 6 FOR SALE P'i'ly PairIO' elecric gaIr wood body Irh harasnert case n real shape $'50 Lii 39/ 3/84 8 v or 151 930 1 30 5 H Marshall 100 wal! Gu a' Amp and a 4 12 cabinet channel switching effects Inca and oolpedal both r, $925 obo 3,7 5795 2 6 10 6 7 REAL ESTATE Real Estate Licensing Course, Sat only 12 30 6 30 7 day crash course Feb 12 Real Estate Appraiser, starts Feb 27 The Fronda Center 371 2787 1 30 10 7 lbdr'lba Condo for rent, Lease or W/ op fion to Buy Washeridryoer Hook up $300,mo Call Sue at 372 5375 1 28 8 7 Own instead of rent Condo for sale 2bd/2 "2 ba, poolside energy efile A 1 cond priced right terms SouthFork Oaks 373 4347 1 31 107 8 MOTORCYCLES HONDA MAGNA 81V4 liq cooled, shalt dr rank and saddle bags L rCH cord a gem $2500 pit 376 2777 1 24 S 8 74 Honda 750 balanced custom paint smoothboxes keker 91 Icc kiT S & W mar aek dunlops runs good needs rings $550 obo 373 4518 1 24 2 8 Say goodbye to parking Iroubhesi Ire clipper moped 1908 e cellent condmiron $400 Christy 371 0424, Separate oil and gas tanks 1 24 2 8 1967 Honda Spree, one owner 4100 miles inor helmet must sell eTc cond $525 or beat offer 373-3512 leave message 1 26-4 8 400 CC SUZUKI $300 LOW MItES CALL EVES 378 3316 1-30-5 6 1982 Suzuki 550, SOCOm s, full faring, at ways covered, excellent cod $1400 call Mike aft 3 3774257 1 29-48 viL.L.Of's C tomm .00141 er r Lggw! A "M1 1 tjimor WN H49 -* H -DI ALI V WIe A M" BLT -(574'W /M4 ---,.-,4S i V "'Ge' -2 s 01, lolv p or R er ofAt I'A yJA~O r = .sThE fILE GOLDFISH 50, ANYA Y, YOuR LONSORNESS, I NOutHT r4 OFFiCR WAS A LITtLE PIK3SUNNY .E&E Wtfl4 weEI 4 C-The Incomparable Arthur. r c Coocs step -/ .---woJnf Till" W14" we CM ~ SC A114 If --r 6 y C by David Bacon a ,t'aey zsve --.wr Lop a-r A H500 ByA I t fAkF HIM T4 rs r ASSAY I 'V ~JUDE WAPER AND A .C m 4' by Anthony Lederman So oco Cnn ph= t K ful al LJi BC tots 0~ochLT ---NI' 80, '100 LO I0o N/CLLEO F 0 4

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WII CNIAY JANIARY24, 1' ALICA'TIR. 1i MOTORCYCLES I loni 150 L Ile Scoie paris nyw"ie or amp s Non, h ?Srti oil on I i)nid Cll o I or> nto $1 l oe ll P0 11 1 30 58 9 AUTOS AU fO INSURANCE SAVE $$,Oirina A 1 n5 dr 0e -i n lfer plf, Iwe ,, I I ilst37/CARSor3//2'yI' 1I5 10 A 8' Hyendho Facel excelloni cora AC ar,.I "l Cass low riles lake over pay IrT'l5 a, $4700 335 4164 1 24 5 9 AUTOS Ford Escort 1983 2 door Good condilion $1500 obo cal 336 6470 arter 530a 1 24 5 9 1980 Pontiac Phoenix grey S door I-m sielo many new pails $00 33? 3511 leave message t P4 5 9 Ioyota Supra 66 1. perfcI cond ,an ','y maintairned low milofqe auromi|oadpd $1130) 0 call 13,1 '310, ir I rp1 1> 59 08 FOr Rainge oll ik 5 000 m sa Sr df 86 Samurt & res rys 37 000 1i Scr IP dk nLe Day 3/ 1131 Alter Ipm 3V2 041' 25 5 9 AUTOS B8 SU/UrI SAMURAI 5 off CONS I WO 1/a n [XC COND $ 5100 0O) 181 9358 xnls vookerid 1 '4 a a 8 fhna, Hp cibock .d im lirfror Olr InT blk convrr 1ap $1 /l0 cost &le' 37', 3030 IV ins3a [oyori Cool 1 80 4 aafco n AM M New Iron 'ires ge rar or Lr I '3 M, TAQ& 10 on' $1300 0 an .1oTBrII UPS/ 2t 4 a Nissan 303 7, I ra loaded every 0oon ieii a' dash grear cord ,95k I T $ 335 0791 Karl 1 A6 4 9 ','O ily o i, digilil '>00 obo AUTOS I5 MUSTANG I Great "raoosA -loll $650 08O CIi 311 Alrl I e9 Mssg r 21 I Cony 81 VW abbi b Io 0 ). 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Assistant coach hired -Aligator start Rleprt I'd Ris a GirevrILt irifUw wdil run to iin hometown as i' hired ruensiiy is T XDIuItf rIn In ioach Rof a 1983 graduate il Ginot tille high St hocl, replad 5 Bri e I Lpka who bcaie head tuoh it Mlioii or Ohio in he fall before Laking t job wAh ir i (; tors, ROSS was a ioung Inn> il! 1987to Detember 19jo lie wasinvited to the L'S Olyrrnlm I rai last] ver.md qahli'ied for ITT s Ot>ii A it our I IT le Iu Tterm a it 1enn !11 i southern methodist Ross helped flat \luslang reat H thi N(AA l'ournamT 1it h 59111n i ie impet'd at Sl I he MULITCigs la)l(Cd a the top iIl ti.l of those lips, and ROSS was io: S%11 to cipltti Ill hITII arid N>7 As a Junior player Ross wAs rn1ktd is high a' No 15 I'I Galo s begin ihieo cLoi Ihi e nd the ed' ( Sl Indoor 0 hrawpion 1Co\hllege of Liberal At & College of Liberal Arts &IT Student Council CLASS GATORS i [oiK have It) Iir I r [ Ii l I W Tl e %rA I it( r OfIh NollI Sllr tp[ [he ball Ir el he o i I I (I I I IIi'v art ( P hit It )laN I1ri oMid garlme When he t omoaor"' go 111Aod, th y Ail] lookI to Sophomore odd Milhol land (11 0 rmnr LOT Rtid i0 ( prl 'a hlu GaClo' Sal t I gti g It "' 1 r1 t aurs' v4t LA 0LIlt V, A. ,L' ki] 1 (* It ir ii ts, "Another Io a key player not allow us tend and de the confide we would with this te We have to alternating ple for obv reasons -Don C Interim bask d he key to Atoning the gaI could rest IwItli A h t1am fontro g the SS of I1 1i does LtgLIT1t' gt I a ml(I l to exhe ria velop "'"Il' of SE.( leadnlce ers IJLIasay~ stile and Ali pant bllot ur t h mI I keep I)Voit sad Ill( Gators peneed I VI( ous ry against Vanleribil 'I Xpect hemn to met eVoe 'a the rfn etball Staill" Coach lilt." have a I Ce gamllo against Vandy IS ,i big torlinliLy game, but more n or 3us betanot we iled [It p)[k ant i ) hrt 4 AV I Many Abused Childs. Hive A Har im Talking About it. 1-8O-964. Y;1 4I I 'N .USE A COMPUTER ALL tiT KC Lob get acquainted offer, January 24 UF Plaza, 17 & Univ., Below Copper Monkey 372-6500 -EEE> -HO 'S HE NOBO[N7 MAXE YNAM [tFREF I I I I x P e 'I ." RESUME CITY 378-165 Z WILD HAIR $5.00 HAIRCUT $20.00 PERM *174 868 *O-i= Un=v A l lo ill DoI '? EX-NEW YORK CITY MAYOR ED 8pm Thursday Jan. 25th, 1990 Stephen C. O'Connell Center Free and open to the public presented by funded by Student Government SAr 'I c" Ad Sciences C MEETING TODAY! Will be held at McCarty Hall, Room 3108. Wed Jan 24 at 5 10 pm All those interested are encouraged to attend for more info call 392-2154 KOCH We are looking for energetic, enthuslastc, innovative and motivated people to join us In our crusade against boredom and apathy In the Relir Union. If you are Interested, please stop by room 330 of the Reltz Union and fill out an application today C0MM TTEES Entertainment Orange & Brew Spinal Tech Host A Hospdakty Film & Video Ad News& Vaews Recreation & Travel Special Events College Bowl Publicly

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SPORTS Emmitt Smith will have pro decision Feb. By JASON DAVIS Alligator Staff Write, Imintt Smith has got a tt of heavy thinking to do over the next 23 dlivs smith, the holder of 58 UF W all reOrds, will make an announcement I I'l 15 whether he will stay with the lean or turn pro, Gators coach Steve Spurner said MIn Lay night Speaking before a group gathered for I ind -raiser in Brooksville, Spurrier said the inior All-Anenca runnig back told h i would reach a decision one day ollowtig 'Bama similar to Lady Gators By GREGG DOYEL Alligator Writer If basketball games were playd oi papwr. the Lily (itors' game tonight against Alabama probably would he declared a tie The two tamci are tha eni rmcached Hut still, [he game has to be played so it, ot t liuscaloosa for the lady Gators. who will play in the first of three consecutive road games U coach Carol Whitmire is looking fmrward to [ihe trip "There's some similarities between their personnel and our personnel, and I think it's a good manlhiep," she said. lipoff is set for 8 p m. EST The similarities between the two Southeastern Contvrence rivals are striking Both are coming off nail-biting victories over SEC foes UF needed a Casandra Washington shot with six seconds remaining to force an overtime against Mississippi State on Saturday and went on to win by four, while Alabama upset 15th-ranked lzuisana State on saturday when an LSU shot at the buzzer missed UF is 10 6 overall, 1-2 in the SFC Alabama stands at 12-6, 1-2. Also, both have posted similar results against com mon opponents. The Crimson Tide lost to Georgia and I lorida State by a combined 10 points, while UF fell to [he two squads by 13 total points Te similarities extend to last season as well UF finished 15-14 overall, 1-8 in the SEC, while Alabama was 14-15 and 2-9. ris year, UF returns all but one player from a year ago; Alabama brings back every body But for the Lady Gators to win their second game in a row, Whitmire said they must set the (one early something UF has had trouble doing this season 'the first half is very important, it sets the tempo for the whole gane," she said. We need to come out hard for the first couple of minutes and take them out of their game." Alabama's gam, Whitmire said, revolves around the three-point shot, which she said has historically given the Lady Gator. trouble. 'They've got an excellent team that does some things chat have given us problems in the past." she said 'hey penetrate and dish it back out for the threepointer." Alabama's leader offensively is 5-foot-11 forward laura Heard, who scores 13.7 points a game She also collects a tearmhigh 7.6 rebounds an outing But the Lady Gators, led by juniors Sophia Witherspoon (17.1 ppg) and Rhvonja Smith (16 3), are confident after Saturday's victory against MSU 'We did win, and it was against an SEC team," Whitmire said. "And that always gives you confidence'" UF has more than mere words on its side. The Lady Gators rank sixth in the nation in rebounding, pulling down 46.8 a game -nearly 10 tore than their opponents. Also, UP has the country's third-leading playmaker in senior guard Camille Ratledge Ratledge, second on the SEC career assists list, hands out 9 q assists a game ui 't~sgromg dlav -the lerst lay high t huol ret ruts m to igol wall uiversiotes 'Ihis is I minctis (le dsiom," Spurrier sand 'I could no advis hi, Ilher way He knows we wall hmn bakt k Hut ght in ow, ihiik he's torn between Iwo things Will he be the ir! running back to go in the draft? '.*)me drai ex perts say he would The other Ihing he's paying careful atten hon lo sdoes he want to Irush oul Gators still hurting as Vandy arrives By DAN STIFFER Aligator Staff Writer lhe U[ basketball eant returns to laitar set roundings tonight alter the loss it mother key pla er this week I he Gatoors will play hos: It) Vanderbil tonight at 7 30 im the O 'Connell Center. looking to enda wo -game Southeastern Conferene losing streak But the Gators (6-7 overall, 2-4 in the SEC) suffered another blow Mon(lay when B J Carter fractured his left hand during a drill in practice Carter was evaluated Tuesday it Shands Hospl)at and will be out three to six weeks Ihe loss of Carter places an added burden oci the Gators siuad, and the liss has hurt the leam's confidence "Another loss of a key player does [iot allow us to extend and develop the confidence we sould want with this titm," Coach ton DeVoe said 'We have to keep alternating people for obvious reasons and unfortunately for us, we're losing a very fine backcourt player who, in particular, has helped us in getting the ball up the floor "I think other people have to come to (the) call Those players will conic n the form of freshman Scott Stewart and sophomore Brian Hogan, both guards Stewart and Hogan must pick up the slack in Carter's absence But while Carter became lost to the team, 6-foot-7 sophomore forward Tim Turner returned to the team after receiving a written reprimand Monday for his part in a Jan 14 incident at an Alpha Tau Omega fraternity party 'Me loss of Carter has forced Devoe to shuffle the lineup, with Garcia shifting to point guard and freshman Hosie Grinsley moving from small forward to shooting guard Freshman walk-on Wiline Jackson, listed at 6-0, will make his first start of the season for the Gators at the forward position along with freshman Stacey Poole. DeVoe said Jackson, a P.KYonge product, gives the Gators added ability and strong defense ButJackson is more concerned with finishing the game than starting, though he was pleasantly surprised DeVoe named him as a starter "im always ready to play, but to start was unexpected," said Jackson, who is averaging 3.5 points and 2 rebounds a Smith with th pl.ivt-rs lit 'n t> (I'I )iflli 'lt'Si ot[l oea lorl I d tlIlt chotte or him to ii.lst smlll, a 1984 Hesnian Iro phy finaist anull liisl pro lcfit runnlg tak iI (iors history, i told not be real Led for additonal comment [ur ing the sei1soi, Ile said he wanted to see whale other top college juniors did Last week. ,mebat her Keith Alabama became the lirst un dertissmiir to It lre imsell.H N gbj l il te %pIII N I I dr0Il (kil hodis at iitost rm t hoig \dttItI ft calel ( 1,4 8 oil 700 (,ares), tarIage iI I season tli) on 281 ( nio) .idto Iowns a tireer ) spurner made his siton Ih to t i 4 ii of .000 gathered it he lernard C ouiity Airunrt tol raist frontv or Io Hernando Community Blood lobik He also sxoke of the progrt ss ol poi m g natural grass at -lorida Field work muld begin around March 1, he sold) UF ADRIAN DENNIS The Bators will be missing guawd BJ. Carter for tonight's game against Vanderbilt. Carnter, pictured last week against Tennessee, broke his left hand In practic. Monday. game. "It really didn't make a differencebecause Ifigure it is the finishers, not the starters, that ally make the difference, Starting doesn't really make a big impact Jackson was redshirted this year as a football player and said the adjustment from football to basketball has not been as quick as he would like it to be But he admitted that his football experience will help him fight inside with the bigger forwards he will face "I feel my progress has been good but still slow since comingoff football," Jackson said. "I weigh more than regular basketball players because I do play football, and that gives me an extra edge because I'm used to all the physical play 'he Commodores (105-, 3-3) enter the game on a three-game losing streak of their own. A por of guards lead Vanderbilt, junior Scott Draud and senior Derrick Wilcox The 5-11 Wilcox averages 12 1 points a game while the 6-2 Draud averages 15 9 a game The Commodores have attempted 264 three-point shots to the Gators' 128, led by Draud's 100 attempts. The threat of the three-pointer places an extra burden on the Gator defense see Qators, page 14 15 Same pain, another game for

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